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Nasir Ali Khan

Believing is easier than thinking. Hence so many more believers than thinkers.

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'Oldest' blogger dies, aged 108
An Aussie woman reputed to be oldest internet blogger died at 108. more here http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/7505029.stm Nasir Ali Khan Read More...
Internet Age - How Old Are You on the Internet
one of my friend in Florida, US is doing some research on various patterns of user spending their time on internet, you can contribute towards his research by download one software and browsing your internet normally. All data collected is only for statistical Read More...
General Elections 2008, a revolution ?
Initial results of general elections are quite interesting one, as per initial reports big guns like Sheer Afghan, CH Shujaat, Sheikh Rasheed already lost their seats. Is this the turn around that we badly needed and our nation has finally waked up. I Read More...
Facebook Development with the .NET Compact Framework
Facebook has become a huge phenomenon in social networking. The site exposes a developer API to support Web and desktop applications. In this article we will explore making use of this functionality from a smart device application. The source code to Read More...
Australian Prime Minister Apologies “Aborigines”
Recently I read news that Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd Officially Apologies "Aborigines" on stolen generation. After some googling I found quite interesting story behind this. Australian government and authorities stole new generation from Aborigines Read More...
Danish reprinted cartoons
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/europe/7242258.stm This is really sad, i have no words to express my anger ..... Read More...
Yahoo 'to reject Microsoft offer'
Yahoo has reportedly decided to reject Microsoft's unsolicited takeover offer. Several newspapers and news agencies say Yahoo's board will on Monday dismiss the $44.6bn (£22.9bn) offer as being inadequate. http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/business/7237320.stm Read More...
Stolen bike brings world tour to a stop
Dubai: An Australian adventurer who planned to travel four continents on his motorbike might have to cut his trip short after his bike was allegedly stolen in the UAE on Friday. http://www.gulfnews.com/nation/Society/10188638.html read the news entirely, Read More...
Eggs and abuse hurled at Murali and officials
Aussies well known for racism continues their reputation in a recent incidence with srilankan officials and players. http://content-gulf.cricinfo.com/cbs/content/current/story/334673.html I personally recon Australia as one of my fav countries but these Read More...
Cluster Suicides
a really interesting read about Cluster Suicides 'when people having some commonalities commits suicide'. http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/7205141.stm Amazing how the people of most civilized/modernazied/rich countries are doing this, must be something Read More...
Raining Dubai & my first day at new Offis
Finally I joined my new company today, but i had very forgettable greetings of the day. New shoes/clothes welcomed by Heavy rain, flooding and mud . Chey current scenes in dubai are really horrible non stop rain, street floods, traffic jams causing huge Read More...
My Facebook Badge
Scroll down to the footer of your facebook profile and you will find the link to create a badge, heres mine ... Cheers Nasir Ali Khan Read More...
First Dollar and now Pound
The pound has fallen to a record low against the euro, as dealers expect more Bank of England (BoE) interest rate cuts in 2008. The pound bought just one euro 37.6 cents in quiet Christmas Eve trading. http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/business/7159223.stm My Read More...
Google debuts knowledge project
Google has kicked off a project to create an authoritative store of information about any and every topic. The search giant has already started inviting people to write about the subject on which they are known to be an expert. Google said it would not Read More...
Computer knowledge 'undervalued'
Computer skills are still undervalued in the UK board room, according to software giant Microsoft. It surveyed 500 UK business leaders and found that a knowledge of information technology (IT) was seen as the seventh most important workplace skill. Instead, Read More...
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