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Gup Shup / The Girl Who Cries Blood
« on: August 28, 2015, 08:32:06 AM »
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News Khabran / A Radhe Maa-Themed Kitty Party. Whatever Next?
« on: August 25, 2015, 02:10:48 PM »


It's hard to tell if self-proclaimed godwoman Radhe Maa is being held up to ridicule or admiration by the crimson-clad women in this photo of, believe it or not, a kitty party.

Yes, it's apparently a thing now, or might become one.

For the uninitiated, the scarlet-robed "godwoman" has been making headlines for her alleged involvement in a dowry harassment case, photographs showing her in a mini skirt, and a case registered by a Phagwara resident who accuses Radhe Maa of obscenity and of hurting his religious sentiments. Radhe Maa has also divided celebrity opinion with Sonu Nigam and Subash Ghai speaking out in her defence and Rishi Kapoor strongly criticising her. Actress and former devotee Dolly Bindra has accused Radhe Maa of threatening her.

On social media, Radhe Maa has been the subject of both jokes and debates. However, this picture of the kitty party, tweeted by a Press Trust of India journalist, seems like the cherry on top of a huge red velvet cake.

The women in the photo seem to have a done a good job of copying Radhe Maa - they're all in red (obviously), with huge teekas on their forehead and bangles on their hands. Some are even carrying the trishul as an added accessory to their outfits

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Tech Lounge / Samsung Galaxy Note 5 128GB Storage Variants Confirmed
« on: August 16, 2015, 04:37:13 AM »



Samsung's Note 5 promises to be a massively powerful device, with a Samsung Exynos 7420 octa-core 64-bit processor, 4GB of LPDDR4 RAM and either 32, 64GB,128 GB of storage.
Measuring 153.2x76.1x7.6mm and weighing 171g, the new Note 5 squeezes in a 5.7in Quad HD (2560x1440, 518ppi) SuperAMOLED screen.
It runs Android Lollipop 5.1, and features LTE Cat 6 connectivity. There's also the latest dual-band 802.11ac Wi-Fi with MIMO, Bluetooth 4.2, NFC and a fingerprint scanner.
A non-removable battery is rated at 3000mAh, but the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 supports sat charging through both wired and wireless chargers. For wireless it supports WPC and PMA.
For photography you'll find 16Mp with optical image stabilisation at the rear, and 5Mp at the front. As with the S6, a double-press of the home button will instantly launch the main camera.
The Note 5, as always, comes with Samsung's S Pen stylus, now redesigned to feel more balanced in the hand and offer improved writing capabilities. You can write down notes while the screen is off, and the Air Command feature is also more intuitive.

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BlackBerry has expanded its premium smartphone range in India with the launch of the Porsche Design P'9983 Graphite. Priced at Rs. 99,990, the new premium Qwerty smartphone will be available to buy in the coming days. The move to launch its new premium smartphone now appears to be an attempt by BlackBerry to tap the upcoming festival season in the country.

The new premium Qwerty smartphone is a variant of the Porsche Design P'9983 smartphone that was launched last year.

Initially launched in May, the BlackBerry Porsche Design P'9983 Graphite smartphone features "exclusive graphite-metallic coloured elements" while also sporting "hand-wrapped leather on the back door cover." The new Porsche Design P'9983 Graphite smartphone is the fourth smartphone launched in collaboration between BlackBerry and Porsche Design, with the others being - BlackBerry Porsche Design P'9983, BlackBerry Porsche Design P'9982, and BlackBerry Porsche P'9981.

For specifications, the Porsche Design P'9983 Graphite features identical innards as the Porsche Design P'9983 smartphone. It features a 3.1-inch touch screen with a resolution of 720x720 pixels and offers a pixel density of 330ppi. Under the hood, the handset is backed by a 1.5GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 (MSM8960) processor coupled with 2GB of RAM, and 64GB inbuilt storage expandable via microSD card (up to 128GB).

A 2100mAh battery powers the BlackBerry Porsche Design P'9983 Graphite, and it sports an 8-megapixel rear camera and a 2-megapixel front camera. For connectivity options, it features Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n; Bluetooth 4.0; LTE; FM radio; Micro-USB, and Micro-HDMI.

One of the highlight features of the Porsche Design P'9983 Graphite is the unique PIN feature - BlackBerry provides an exclusive Porsche Design PIN range to every consumer. The new premium smartphone from BlackBerry comes with such BlackBerry 10 features as BlackBerry Hub, BlackBerry Blend, and BlackBerry World (for downloading business and productivity apps).

The company in a press statement lists some of exclusive Porsche Design accessories that will be in the box including a premium stereo headset, an international charging kit, a polishing cloth, and a USB cable for high-speed data transfer.

Commenting on the launch, Hitesh Shah, Director - Sales and Distribution, at BlackBerry India said, "With the launch of the new P'9983 Graphite from BlackBerry, we bring a unique stylish smartphone combined with the superior productivity and ultimate security experience of BlackBerry 10 technology for our Indian consumers. This new smartphone is custom-built for power professionals aiming to make a style statement while not willing to compromise on effective communication and collaboration.


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Tutorials / How to add autoplay youtube song on your profile
« on: August 14, 2015, 12:05:13 AM »
Ssa all

1. Click on this link and paste your youtube song link

http://www.gorissen.info/Pierre/files/YouTube_code.htm

2. You will get 4 different codes  copy any and paste in your profile on pj

3. The code you will paste in tht code you will see  2 time
Autoplay=0  just change tht to autoplay=1


Job done

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PJ Games / Guess karo aaj uper wale ne ki banaya
« on: August 12, 2015, 11:51:47 PM »
hanji shuru hojo :D:

apne to utte wale ne ki banaya dassso like  chicken currry,shahi paneer etc

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Gup Shup / tuvade kol kinne kinne kille jameen hai
« on: August 11, 2015, 07:59:49 PM »
mere kol in total  105 kille hai  :D:

shuru hojo  :D:

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Lok Virsa Pehchaan / Shaheed Udham Singh Ji...Martyr Day
« on: July 31, 2015, 02:21:58 PM »


On the 31st July, 1940, Udham Singh was hanged at Pentonville jail, London. On the 4th of June in the same year he had been arraigned before Mr. Justice Atkinson at the Central Criminal Court, the Old Bailey. Udham Singh was charged with the murder of Sir Michael O'Dwyer, the former Lieutenant-Governor of the Punjab who had approved of the action of Brigadier-General R.E.H. Dyer at Jallianwala Bagh, Amritsar on April 13, 1919, which had resulted in the massacre of hundreds of men, women and children and left over 1,000 wounded during the course of a peaceful political meeting. The assassination of O'Dwyer took place at the Caxton Hall, Westminster. The trial of Udham Singh lasted for two days, he was found guilty and was given the death sentence. On the 15th July, 1940, the Court of Criminal Appeal heard and dismissed the appeal of Udham Singh against the death sentence.

Prior to passing the sentence Mr. Justice Atkinson asked Udham Singh whether he had anything to say. Replying in the affirmative he began to read from prepared notes. The judge repeatedly interrupted Udham Singh and ordered the press not to report the statement. Both in Britain and India the government made strenuous efforts to ensure that the minimum publicity was given to the trial. Reuters were approached for this purpose.

The father of Udham Singh, Tehl Singh, was born into a poor peasant family and worked as a Railway Gate Keeper at the railway level crossing at Village Uppali. Udham Singh was born on 28th December, 1899 at Sanam, Sangrur District, Punjab. After the death of his father Udham Singh was brought up in a Sikh orphanage in Amritsar. The massacre at Jallianwala Bagh in 1919 was deeply engraved in the mind of the future martyr. At the age of 16 years Udham Singh defied the curfew and was wounded in the course of retrieving the body of the husband of one Rattan Devi in the aftermath of the slaughter. Subsequently Udham Singh travelled abroad in Africa, the United States and Europe. Over the years he met Lala Lajpat Rai, Kishen Singh and Bhagat Singh, whom he considered his guru and 'his best friend'. In 1927 Udham Singh was arrested in Amritsar under the Arms Act. The impact of the Russian revolution on him is indicated by the fact that amongst the revolutionary tracts found by the raiding party was Rusi Ghaddar Gian Samachar. After serving his sentence and visiting his home town, Udham Singh resumed, his travels abroad. If it was the Jallianwala Bagh massacre which provided the turning point of his life which led him to avenge the dead, it was Bhagat Singh who provided him with the inspiration to pursue the path of revolutionary struggle.

Echoes of Kartar Singh Sarabha and Bhagat Singh may be found in the words of Udham Singh in the wake of the assassination of O'Dwyer.

'I don't care, I don't mind dying. What Is the use of waiting till you get old? This Is no good. You want to die when you are young. That is good, that Is what I am doing'.

After a pause he added:

'I am dying for my country'.

In a statement given on March 13th, 1940 be said:

'I just shot to make protest. I have seen people starving In India under British Imperialism. I done it, the pistol went off three or four times. I am not sorry for protesting. It was my duty to do so. Put some more. Just for the sake of my country to protest. I do not mind my sentence. Ten, twenty, or fifty years or to be hanged. I done my duty.'

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Pangebaaz gang di sardar nu jamandin di lakh lakh badhaiya

 :balle: :balle:













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News Khabran / Former President APJ Abdul Kalam Dies at 83
« on: July 27, 2015, 11:44:28 AM »
SHILLONG:  Former President APJ Abdul Kalam died on Monday at a hospital in Meghalaya, where he had gone to deliver a lecture at the Indian Institute of Management in Shillong, reports Press Trust of India. He was 83.

Dr Kalam reportedly collapsed on stage at the IIM in Shillong and was rushed to hospital.

He was the 11th President on India between 2002 and 2007.

Doctors say he suffered from a cardiac arrest.

Dr Kalam was born in Rameswaram on October 15, 1931, to a boatman.

He played a pivotal role in India's Pokhran-II nuclear test in 1998, the first since the test by India in 1974. He was known as the missile man of India.

For his achievements, he was awarded the Padma Bhushan and Bharat Ratna, and then he became the 11th President of India in 2002


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A pair of veteran cyber-security researchers have shown they can use the Internet to turn off a car's engine as it drives, sharply escalating the stakes in the debate about the safety of increasingly connected cars and trucks.
Former National Security Agency hacker Charlie Miller, now at Twitter, and IOActive researcher Chris Valasek used a feature in the Fiat Chrysler telematics system Uconnect to break into a car being driven on the highway by a reporter for technology news site Wired.com.

In a controlled test, they turned on the Jeep Cherokee's radio and activated other inessential features before rewriting code embedded in the entertainment system hardware to issue commands through the internal network to steering, brakes and the engine.

"There are hundreds of thousands of cars that are vulnerable on the road right now," Miller told Reuters.

Fiat Chrysler said it had issued a fix for the most serious vulnerability involved. The software patch is available for free on the company's website and at dealerships.

"Similar to a smartphone or tablet, vehicle software can require updates for improved security protection to reduce the potential risk of unauthorised and unlawful access to vehicle systems," the company said. It didn't immediately answer other questions.

Miller and Valasek have been probing car safety for years and have been among those warning that remote hacking was inevitable. An academic team had previously said it hacked a moving vehicle from afar but did not say how or name the manufacturer, putting less pressure on the industry.

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration chief Mark Rosekind on Tuesday said his agency is increasingly concerned about the security of vehicle control systems.

"We know these systems will become targets of bad actors," he told a conference on autonomous and connected vehicle technology in Ypsilanti, Mich. If consumers don't believe that connected vehicle systems are safe and secure, he said, "they will not engage it."

Members of Congress have also expressed concern, and on Tuesday senators Ed Markey and Richard Blumenthal, both Democrats, introduced a bill that would direct the NHTSA to develop standards for isolating critical software and detect hacking as it occurs.

Miller and Valasek said they had been working with Fiat Chrysler since October, giving the company enough time to construct a patch to disable a feature that the men suspected had been turned on by accident. They plan to release a paper at the Def Con security conference next month that includes code for remote access, which will no longer work on cars that have been updated.

They said the harder problem for an attacker, moving from the entertainment system to the core onboard network, would take months for other top-tier hackers to emulate.

Many Jeeps could remain unpatched, leaving them open to attack. But the researchers said hackers would need to know the Internet Protocol address of a car in order to attack it specifically, and that address changes every time the car starts.

Otherwise, "You have to attack random cars," Valasek said.

The men stressed that it would be easy to make modest adjustments to their code and attack other types of vehicles.

They said that manufacturers, who are racing to add new Internet-connected features, should work much harder on creating safe capability for automatic over-the-air software updates, segregation of onboard entertainment and engineering networks, and intrusion-detection software for stopping improper commands.


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Gup Shup / Home made popcorn by sukhi
« on: July 12, 2015, 10:51:06 AM »


Haha :laugh:

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News Khabran / India's 'most expensive' film Bahubali hits cinemas
« on: July 11, 2015, 05:38:28 PM »
India's battle epic film Bahubali (Strong Man), billed as its most expensive film to date, has released in cinemas on Friday.
The two-part film, directed by SS Rajamouli, was made at a reported cost of about $39m (£25m).
No date has been announced for the release of the second part.
The film, which has been compared to Zack Snyder's fantasy war film 300, has generated great interest because of its "massive budget" and special effects.
Bahubali focuses on a prince who is smuggled out of his kingdom and eventually returns to reclaim it, fighting an epic battle along with his brother to save it from a murderous army.
However Bahubali is not the first film that has made headlines in India because of its budget. Here are a few others:



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Knowledge / Ashpal, Englands first Sikh hockey player
« on: July 03, 2015, 04:29:03 PM »

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Maan-Sanmaan/Respect+ / PJ Mutiyaar Promotion Dreamer
« on: June 28, 2015, 02:04:35 PM »
Sat shri akal
Aaj sadde pj tai sariya nu dream baare samjaan wali and jayda to jayda dream dekhan wali Miss Jassy urf Dreamer nu as a PJ Mituyaar Promote kitta janda hai
We hope dreamer idda hi agge pj utte  dream dekhdi rahegi :loll: :loll: :loll::D: :D:


 Dreamer (Jassy)

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Maan-Sanmaan/Respect+ / PJ GABRU Promotion Shin Chan
« on: June 28, 2015, 01:56:22 PM »
Sat shri akal janta

aaj pj utte bahut vadda magic hon wala sadde pj utte first time koi china  PJ GABRU banan jaa riha

china wala jatt jehra tuvanu apne noodles vich bann bann ke hasanda hai agge bhi idda hi hasanda rahega ahi umeed naal
sadde payaare jane pechane china wala jatt nu chinese style vich promote kitta janda hai

jai noodles di 

davo badaiya china wale jatt nu  :loll: :loll: :loll::D: :D:


 Shin chan

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News Khabran / Why June 30 Will be 1 Second Longer
« on: June 28, 2015, 03:03:51 AM »


WASHINGTON:  Strictly speaking, a day lasts 86,400 seconds. On June 30, the day will officially be a bit longer than usual because an extra second or "leap" second will be added and NASA has an explanation for this.

"The Earth's rotation is gradually slowing down a bit, so leap seconds are a way to account for that," said Daniel MacMillan, NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland.

This is the case according to the time standard that people use in their daily lives - Coordinated Universal Time or UTC.

UTC is "atomic time" - the duration of one second is based on extremely predictable electromagnetic transitions in atoms of cesium.

These transitions are so reliable that th.e cesium clock is accurate to one second in 1,400,000 years

However, the mean solar day - the average length of a day, based on how long it takes the Earth to rotate - is about 86,400.002 seconds long.

"That is because the Earth's rotation is gradually slowing down a bit owing to a kind of braking force caused by the gravitational tug of war between the Earth, the Moon and the Sun," the US space agency said in a statement.

Scientists estimate that the mean solar day has not been 86,400 seconds long since the year 1820 or so.

This difference of two milliseconds, or two thousandths of a second - far less than the blink of an eye - hardly seems noticeable at first.

But if this small discrepancy were repeated every day for an entire year, it would add up to almost a second.

Typically, a leap second is inserted either on June 30 or December 31.

Normally, the clock would move from 23:59:59 to 00:00:00 the next day. But with the leap second on June 30, UTC will move from 23:59:59 to 23:59:60, and then to 00:00:00 on July 1.

In practice, many systems are instead turned off for one second.

Previous leap seconds have created challenges for some computer systems and generated some calls to abandon them altogether.

"In the short term, leap seconds are not as predictable as everyone would like," said Chopo Ma, geophysicist at Goddard.

"The modelling of the Earth predicts that more and more leap seconds will be called for in the long-term but we cannot say that one will be needed every year," Ma said.

From 1972, when leap seconds were first implemented, through 1999, leap seconds were added at a rate averaging close to one per year.

Since then, leap seconds have become less frequent.

This June's leap second will be only the fourth to be added since 2000.



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Maan-Sanmaan/Respect+ / PJ Mutiyar Promotion Simran Brar & Reet Nav
« on: June 24, 2015, 11:29:33 PM »
Ssa To All PJ Members

PJ utte topic, pjfb utte rounka laan waliya nu aaj promote kitta janda hai


Welcome karo Two New PJ Mutiyar






 1. Reet Nav


 2. Simran Brar











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Birthdays / Happy Birthday To Vijay Gohal
« on: June 20, 2015, 05:02:28 AM »
Happy Birthday To DR. Vijay Gohal







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Birthdays / Happy Birthday to Gundeep Kaur
« on: June 13, 2015, 03:32:47 PM »


Happy Birthday to Gunnu












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