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Knowledge / Internet Nu Punjabi/Hindi chi Ki khende ?
« on: April 12, 2016, 08:54:18 AM »
 Han a jao dekh de a thadi knowledge :D: Manu app ni Pata Ki khende :wait: Yaar kine phadako fer de ethe Aaj Pata lago kine ku paani CB nay eh :D:

So daso saare internet Nu Punjabi Ja Hindi ch Ki khende eh Google Te vi Ni labda koi chnga Punjabi teacher fadna pene eh Janan layi lagda  :smh:

Birthdays / HAPPY bday to ♡-∂ɨℓ ∂є ɦღღʀ-♡ >
« on: March 26, 2016, 11:39:44 PM »
han ji aaj pj di ik user da bday a "dil di hoor" sare is nu happy bday wish kar0... kuddi nu koi gift vi dena chi da par ki daiye ki daiye :wait:  han ik mahan bande ne kehe ki gifts di kimat hundi par dua di koi kimat ni hundi ... so mere walo is nu bhut duas and wishs  :pray: :pray: rbb is di haar isha puri kare te khusiya bhakshe  :blowout: :blowout: :blowout:

                                       :B: :B: :B: HAPPY BDAY to ♡-∂ɨℓ ∂є ɦღღʀ-♡ :B: :B: :B:
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News Khabran / Chipotle shuts 43 stores after new outbreak . CDC Says
« on: November 04, 2015, 02:09:42 AM »

:O :O :cry: :cry:
 Chipotle-Linked E. Coli Outbreak Under Investigation 1:01
Federal health officials commended Chipotle restaurants on Tuesday for closing outlets in Washington and Oregon, saying bold actions are what it takes to stop big, multi-state outbreaks of food poisoning.

But they still don't know just what type of food sickened at least 37 people who ate at the popular restaurant chain — or even if it is indeed a single outbreak.

"We don't yet know of a vehicle, what food caused it, or even with certainty that all of the cases that are identified there are related to each other," Centers for Disease Control and Prevention director Dr. Tom Frieden told reporters.

"We do know that Chipotle has closed many of its restaurants until more information is available," he added.

Chipotle said last week that it had closed 43 outlets in Washington and Oregon after 22 people became sick with a virulent type of E. coli infection. Washington and Oregon officials reported more cases Tuesday, bringing the tally to 37.

"I think it is always better to take a broad action than to narrow it down. They are being very responsible in their actions," Frieden said.

It's the latest multiple state outbreak of foodborne illness, the type featured in an unrelated report issued by CDC on Tuesday about the outbreaks.

"We don't have much more to tell you about this outbreak other than to tell you that it is the type of multistate outbreak that we are describing," Frieden told reporters.

Dr. Kathleen Gensheimer of the Food and Drug Administration says her agency spoke with Chipotle's senior management over the weekend.

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 Chipotle outbreak source sought in Pacific Northwest 2:08
"We have not yet identified any specific food. Nevertheless, Chipotle is sharing all their records with us, working with us in any way possible to get us information about their suppliers," Gensheimer said. She said Chipotle indicated an interest in coming to FDA after the outbreak has subsided to see what practices are contributing to outbreaks.

In its report, CDC said it found that outbreaks of foodborne illness mostly happen at the local level — say, an outbreak linked to a picnic or to a single restaurant. But the big, regional outbreaks are generally more serious.

"The leading causes of multistate outbreaks — Salmonella, E. coli, and Listeria — are more dangerous than the leading causes of single-state outbreaks," the CDC said in a statement.

"These three germs, which cause 91 percent of multistate outbreaks, can contaminate widely distributed foods, such as vegetables, beef, chicken and fresh fruits, and end up sickening people in many states."

Local outbreaks are more likely to be caused by norovirus, which is common and not usually deadly, CDC said.

"Multistate outbreaks have much more serious health effects than other foodborne outbreaks. The reason: the germs that cause most of the multistate outbreaks are deadlier," Frieden said. That's in part because these germs can persist and spread when food handling is consolidated in one place and then redistributed widely.

CDC analyzed 120 multi-state outbreaks that happened from 2010 to 2014. Only 3 percent of all reported outbreaks of foodborne illness crossed state lines, but they caused 7 percent of the illnesses — nearly 8,000 out of more than 71,000 reported illnesses.

And the bigger outbreaks send more people to the hospital: 34 percent of all 4,200 people hospitalized, and 56 percent of the 118 deaths.

Fruits, vegetables and beef were the biggest carriers of these germs, although Frieden noted that new techniques mean more unusual foods are turning up, such as the contaminated caramel apples that killed seven people last winter.

And most cases are never reported.

"For every case that is reported of Salmonella infection, there are 29 unreported cases," Frieden said. Only one in every 26 cases of E. coli is ever reported. Food poisoning looks like many other illnesses, including norovirus, and most victims recover without ever seeing a doctor.

One surprise: Imported food caused relatively few outbreaks or cases. "Imported foods accounted for 18 of the 120 reported outbreaks. Food imported from Mexico was the leading source in these outbreaks, followed by food imported from Turkey," the CDC said.

For instance, Mexico was the source of cucumbers implicated in a recent outbreak of Salmonella that killed four people and sickened 767 in 36 states.

Retail outlets such as restaurants can use tools such as data from loyalty cards to track down people who may have eaten contaminated food, Frieden said. And he encouraged retailers to buy from distributors who follow recommended safe handling practices.

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News Khabran / sach ki a ?
« on: August 26, 2015, 07:02:13 PM »
han ji hun tusi hi daso kon sahi a munda ja kudi?

manu te saala media hi kanjar lad da ja fer ik gal  ho sakdi a young blood di ..dova nu gussa aya te o gusse vuch ik doje nu challenge kar gaye a ki dekh la gaye ki kar laye gi tu ja ki kar le ga tu .. manu te ehi lag da.. vase puri video dekh thano appe pata lag jao ki kuddi bhut gussa o kiss tara media te shamne uth ke bhaj gayi.. so manu eh sabh kuch fake lag da  :thinking:

Knowledge / Every Car Could Be A Hybrid By 2020..
« on: August 26, 2015, 07:07:17 AM »

In a terrifying, post-apocalyptic, doomsday scenario envisioned by the brains at the IBM Institute for Business Value, every new car on the market in 2020 would be some kind of a hybrid. Not only that, but they project cars which communicate, avoiding accidents and taking over certain driving tasks. The findings were published in a paper, ominously titled “Automotive 2020: Clarity Beyond the Chaos,” after the consulting branch of Big Blue interviewed 125 auto execs across the globe.

This dismal future of fuel efficiency and dangerously silent cities can only be battled with vigilance and your buying dollars. Imagine a world where hippies fall into deep depressions after their banner method of communicating moral superiority becomes commonplace; muscle-car fiends sit on the floors of garages everywhere, weeping into their now-pointless toolboxes. Where you don’t drive, your car drives you. The horror… the horror.

Knowledge / Top 10 Reasons to Buy a Pickup Truck
« on: August 17, 2015, 05:17:24 AM »

hanji tusi daso thano ki pasand a car ja pickup truck  :thinking:

i like trucks  :rockon: :won:

Keep on Truckin'

Americans love trucks. We adore them more than fast food, football games and country music. They’re like 4,000-pound hamburgers made with two all-freedom patties, liberty sauce, Willie Nelson, sparklers and Old Glory, sprinkled with bacon bits and built on a sesame-seed frame. Drivers lust after these utility-focused rigs like hungry children crave chicken nuggets; month after month, year after year, we just can’t get enough of ‘em!

America’s peculiar obsession with pickups is a bit of a mystery. Certainly people from other countries don’t understand it. No doubt, Japanese motorists wonder why Americans want to park such fuel-swilling behemoths in their garages. Drivers in Germany probably ask themselves why we want to own vehicles that handle like an overloaded garbage hauler with a busted steering box and no front brakes.

Find the Perfect Truck for You

America is a land full of opportunity. We do things, build stuff and go places; trucks are central to the way we live. And let’s be honest, the founding fathers Tom Jefferson, Benny Franklin and George “the big-man” Washington would have totally rolled in a GMC Denali if gasoline had been invented in 1776. Now that’s a Declaration of Independence from crappy small cars. Grab your cowboy hat and throw on some work boots, here are the top 10 Reasons to own a truck.

2. Impressive Towing Ability

With wide-open beds trucks can haul just about anything, from two-by-fours to horse manure, slag sand to potted plants. The things you can load in the back of a pickup are damn-near endless. These vehicles are purpose built for heavy hauling and that’s what they excel at. Even compact trucks can work like a sled dog in Alaska. As classical Greek scientist Archimedes once said “give me a pickup strong enough and a full tank of fuel and I shall move the world!”

3. Go-Anywhere Drivability

Doc Brown from Back to the Future said it best, “Roads? Where we’re going we don’t need roads.” A flying DeLorean is hard to top, but trucks have nearly the same go-anywhere capability, as long as “anywhere” isn’t in a different time in which case the stainless-steel sports car wins.

With full-frame construction and available four-wheel drive, pickups are built to go where others stop. Drop the transfer case in four-low and buckle up because about the only thing that can impede one of these vehicles is Mount Everest.

4. Rugged Sensibility

True trucks are built on sturdy, ladder-style frames. The body is separate from the chassis, just the way God intended. This makes them tough; it’s part of the reason they can handle off roading with ease and carry such heavy loads. Plus, do you remember what vehicle Bill Paxton drove in the tornado-themed movie Twister? A pickup truck, of course! A mostly shiny-red Dodge Ram 1500, back when Dodge still made trucks. He wasn’t mincing about in Honda del Sol or a BMW 3 Series wagon, no. To chase storms he chose a truck. What else could stand up to flying cows and Helen Hunt? If a pickup is good enough for a B-list celebrity in a mediocre film it should be good enough for you.

5. High-Riding Visibility

Like the crow’s nest on a pirate ship, trucks offer commanding views. Drivers sit up high and can survey the road around them to keep a look out for treasure galleons or good deals on gas-station burritos. The taller stance makes it easy to see over surrounding vehicles. Why is traffic stopped? If you’re driving a Porsche 911 there’s no hope of seeing the grizzly accident scene/escaped wild animal/dumpster fire that’s ahead. In a four-by-four pickup you have a front-row seat. Don’t let some dinky Toyota Y-Arrrrh-is block your view of the road ahead, step up to a pickup.

6. Interior Flexibility

Thanks to their increasing popularity over the last decade or so, trucks have transformed from blue-collar work vehicles to high-riding family haulers. With the advent of extended- and crew-cab bodies the typical pickup is every bit as comfortable as a Nissan Altima, but orders of magnitude more functional. Bring the kids, load the dog and even leave a spot for your ornery spouse; with a pickup you can bring it all and still tow a trailer and haul brick pavers.

7. Impressive Customizability

Do you want a Chevy Malibu? Of course not, but if you’re forced to park one in your driveway there’s not a lot of choice. Just two engines are offered (excluding the eAssist model) and one transmission. If you want a manual gearbox you’re going to have to look elsewhere. Might we suggest the Camaro ZL1?

Compare the Malibu to Chevrolet’s truck offering, the Silverado. What kind of cab do you want? There are three options. Beyond that two bed length and drivetrain configurations are available, plus GM offers three different engines. There are enough choices to make even the most decisive person weep, and that’s just the light-duty model.

8. Surprising Affordability

Like buying in bulk, trucks are usually strong values; they’re practically cheaper by the pound. Oftentimes pickups are some of the most discounted vehicles on dealer lots. Right now for instance Ford is putting up to $4,000 in the beds of some F-150 models to move the metal. That’s a huge deal, especially in today’s post-recession market.

9. Rough-and-Tumble Vanity

Not only can their prices be attractive but trucks also have less quantifiable virtues that make them popular choices. People love their rugged good looks and how it makes them appear behind the wheel.  Other than his trusty steed, what would the Marlboro Man drive? Don’t even think about a Subaru…

10. Flagship Luxury

With heated and ventilated seats, dual-zone climate control and premium leather trimmings modern pickups aren’t just built to work; they can also serve as full-fledged luxury vehicles. They offer available features that were once the exclusive territory of flagship sedans.

Ten years ago who would have guessed pickups would be equipped with eight-speed transmissions, like the 2013 Ram 1500? Who would have thought racing-grade twin-turbo V6s with direct fuel injection would ever end up under the hood of a truck? EcoBoost technology powers a huge chunk of F-150s sold each month.

Today’s trucks are worlds apart from where they were just a few years ago. They offer more capability, luxury and style than ever before. When it comes to amenities some of them can rival the likes of BMW’s 7 Series, yet they can still haul a yard of gravel. Beat that, car!

Knowledge / What exactly is a “healthy” relationship?
« on: August 14, 2015, 05:09:13 AM »

A:  No matter what type of relationship it is -- a family relationship, a friendship or a romantic relationship, -- there are four key components that make for a “healthy” relationship:

A healthy relationship involves mutual respect -- taking the time to discover and enjoy what each person has to share and contribute to the relationship.  Respecting your partner means actively listening to what they say and need, and trying to understand their point of view.  It also means valuing their worth as an individual and respecting what is important to them.  When respect is absent from a relationship, power becomes imbalanced and one partner will dominate over the other.  Usually, the less dominant partner is forced to sacrifice autonomy, values, goals, or other relationships.

A healthy relationship means not only being honest with your partner, but also being honest with yourself.  Some challenging questions you should ask yourself are what are my thoughts and feelings about this relationship, what do I want to happen in this relationship, and how do I want it to grow?  Having a solid understanding of your true feelings will better prepare you for sharing them honestly with your partner.  Healthy relationships thrive when both individuals involved share who they truly are and what they truly desire.  Deceit and manipulation only destroy a relationship. 

A healthy relationship involves trust -- each individual feeling they truly know their partner and are truly respected by their partner.  It also entails feeling confident that your partner will be there for you in times of need as well as joy.  Trust is established through honesty and respect and is built over time.  On the other hand, it may take only one broken promise to completely shatter it. 

In a healthy relationship, communication is the vehicle through which partners demonstrate their respect, honesty and trust.  Communication has two ingredients: 1) clearly expressing your thoughts, feelings, needs and wishes, and 2) actively listening to the thoughts, feelings, needs and wishes of your partner.  Through communication, individuals learn about their partner and gain a deeper understanding of how to enrich their relationship.   
Healthy relationships require time to develop.  They do not unfold overnight, or even in a week.  They require an individual’s willingness to invest time and emotion as well as a willingness to change and grow. 

Knowledge / Which Gas Stations Sell the Best Quality Gasoline?
« on: August 04, 2015, 05:06:17 PM »
Phillips 66

for me exxon and shell

thano khedive gas stations di gas quality changi lag di ?

Fun Time / Why are Punjabis so proud of being a punjabi?
« on: August 04, 2015, 04:47:32 PM »
I have often seen punjabis answer the following questions with a simple phrase "we are punjabi" and I seriously want to know why do they boast so much about being a punjabi

Q1) Why do they eat so much?
Q2) Why do they abuse so much?
Q3) Why do they drink so much?
Q4) Why are they so carefree?
Q5) What are they proud of?

I want some good reasons as to how the phrase mentioned in the question justifiably answers the questions mentioned above?

thano ki lag da punjabi apne app nu ana proud queen feel car de ne

i like being a punjabi .. and main fear tu donai the awa main punjabi hi hunt mang da

tusi dasi apni slaah  :he: :won: :ok:

« on: July 26, 2015, 02:44:29 AM »
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 :won: =D>  sira kar geya bai

pakki badla di shaan koi na

ve puttro hoos kao

anna nasina di maa koi na

Gup Shup / kya khub likhA hai kisi ne!!!
« on: July 13, 2015, 12:33:07 PM »

Gup Shup / friends ja pyar ?
« on: June 23, 2015, 06:32:15 PM »
han ji dosto daso zindgi ch pyar jroori a ja friends ?.. :idk:  :wait: :wait: 

News Khabran / india now paying for poop!!!
« on: June 19, 2015, 03:46:18 PM »

News Khabran / happy new year 2015 everybody wish here.....
« on: January 01, 2015, 02:32:35 AM »
han ji happy new year phelan ta sareyan mere walo te pure pj walo

 :superhappy: :superhappy:
hun tusi vi wish kar dao sanu
rabb sabh nu khusi rahe te nava saal tuhade layi bhut khusina le ke awe

 :excited: :excited: :excited: :dumlak: :dumlak:

Help & Suggestions / pj de bhoot te bhootni.......
« on: September 19, 2014, 01:00:12 AM »
han ji tusi marn tu wadh pj use kareya karo gaye ja nahi  :D:  rabb na kare koi mare par har ik ne marna ik din .. je han ta tusi bhoot ban ke kis tara pjs de users nu darraya karoge te kyun  . main te use kareya karoga .  yaar koi gussa na kareo is topic da vas eh fan layi hi banaya main hur mera kise da dil dukhan da koi iraada ni :happy:

ta fer ho jan shuro ch chunn lao appo apne dushan te dost....  :blah:  :D: :D: :D: :blowout:

sab tu phelan ta main auna users nu wapis le auna ju pj shad ke te sadi yaari shad ke chale gaye ...... :sad:

News Khabran / Ice Bucket Challenge?
« on: August 22, 2014, 01:05:59 AM »
 :thinking: :thinking: :thinking: :thinking: eh ki nava panga chal reha aaj kal fb te .. aunda hi paani kahrab kari jande  :anger: :anger:

Fun Time / falling giddha>>>>>
« on: August 06, 2014, 11:59:34 AM »
Falling giddha

 :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: vase hasna te ni chi da par main apne app nu rokk ni sakia  :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

vase galat hoya vicharia nal  :D: :D:

Gup Shup / thand seak lao >>>
« on: June 12, 2014, 05:00:11 PM »
bhut garmi hoyi payi a yaar india ..... a jao jine bbarf seak ni a  :laugh:

Love Pyar / must read heart toching story:>>
« on: January 02, 2013, 01:08:01 PM »
Girl: hey baby,
 happy birthday
 Boy: thank u (: .
 Girl: I'll be at ur house at 7:30pm .
 Boy: okay babe,promise? .
 Girl: yeah, I promise. I love u so much..
 no matter what happens. .
 Boy: I love u too. I am going to cook for our dinner (: .
 Girl: okay baby (:
 Exactly 7:30, girl does not arrive...
 1 hour goes by. 8:30 and the girl arrives.... .
 Boy: hey babe.. What took u so long? .
 Girl: *hugs him*, sorry. There was a lot of traffic. .
 Boy: Its okay as long as u are here (: . I bet u're hungry.
 They went to dinner and ate and talked... . *boy phone rings* *Its the girls mom* .
 Boy: hello . Girls mom: ( crying ) son,
 I have to tell u something
 I am in the hospital right now my daughter just passed out.
 . Boy: ha? What are u talking about?
 Girls mom: (crying) she was in a car crash a "hour ago" she did not make it. .
 .Boy: "shocked" looks at his . girl.
 The girl is in the dark holding a candle saying "Baby, I did not break my promise.."most read heart toching story

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Fun Time / Best movie of the year 2012 for u ?
« on: December 21, 2012, 04:42:14 PM »
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