Dec 31, 2013

Goodbye 2013..!! Hello 2014..!!

Hiiii All...

Happy to meet you all after a while. Hope you all are doing well. Sorry for such a long gap and my absence for the past few months. You may ask reasons for my sudden appearance. Well the  reason was I don't want to miss writing this last post for the year 2013. Yesss..few more minutes. 2013 gonna disappear very soon.

For me 2013 was crazy, i got lot of experience in 2013. I gained many new friends this year on the other hand I have seen true colors of some people. You think you know people well, but then they surprise youThis 2013 thought many lessons in my professional life. More importantly I know myself better. I would like to thank 2013 for that.

Ok now let the past be the past. Hopeful future is waiting for us. Let us start this New Year 2014 with celebrations for a great beginning. Wish you all a Very Happy and Prosperous New Year.

Let this new year bring us more positive fortunes, good health, lods and lods of



Aug 25, 2013

Real Annabelle Story, The Haunted Doll From THE CONJURING

Do yo remember Annabelle, the doll from 'The Conjuring'...Here is her true story...

Annabelle is real.

One of the creepiest parts of the truly scary The Conjuring is the evil possessed doll Annabelle, who makes up the cornerstone of Ed and Lorraine Warren's spooky museum of trophies. Director James Wan redesigned Annabelle for the movie, giving her a much more disturbing appearance, but in real life Annabelle was just your run of the mill Raggedy Ann doll.

Donna got Annabelle from her mother in 1970; mom bought the used doll at a hobby store. Donna was a college student at the time, and living with a roommate named Angie, and at first neither thought the doll was anything special. But over time they noticed Annabelle seemed to move on her own; at first it was really subtle, just changes in position, the kinds of things that could be written off as the doll being jostled. But the movement increased, and within a few weeks it seemed to become fully mobile. The girls would leave the apartment with Annabelle on Donna's bed and return home to find it on the couch.

Their friend Lou hated the doll. He thought there was something deeply wrong with it, something evil, but the girls were modern women and didn't believe that sort of thing. There must be an explanation, they reasoned. But soon Annabelle's actions got even weirder - Donna began to find pieces of parchment paper in the house with messages written on it. "Help us," they would say, or "Help Lou." Just to make the whole thing that much creepier nobody in the house had parchment paper. Where the hell was it coming from?

The escalation continued. One night Donna returned home to find Annabelle in her bed, with blood on her hands. The blood - or some sort of red liquid - seemed to be coming from the doll itself. That was enough; Donna finally agreed to bring in a medium. The sensitive sat with the doll and told the girls that long before their apartment complex had been built there had been a field on that property. A seven year old girl named Annabelle Higgins had been found dead in that field. Her spirit remained, and when the doll came into the house the girl latched on to it. She found Donna and Angie to be trustworthy. She just wanted to stay with them. She wanted to be safe with them.

Being sweet, nurturing types - they were both nursing students - Donna and Angie agreed to let Annabelle stay with them. And that's when all hell broke loose.

Lou started having bad dreams, dreams where Annabelle was in his bed, climbing up his leg as he lay frozen, sliding up his chest to his neck and closing her stuffed hands around his throat, choking him out. He would wake up terrified, head pounding like all blood had been cut off to his brain. He was freaking out. He was worried about the girls.

A few days later he and Angie were hanging out, planning a road trip, when they heard someone moving around in Donna's room. They froze - was it a break in? Was there an intruder in the apartment? Lou crept over to the door, listening to rustling within. He threw open the door and everything was as it should be - except Annabelle was off the bed and sitting in a corner. As he approached the doll Lou was consumed with that feeling, a burning on the back of the neck that indicates someone was staring at you and he spun around. Nobody was there. The room was empty. And then sudden pain on his chest. He looked in his shirt and saw a series of raking claw marks, rough ditches in his flesh that burned. He knew Annabelle had done it.

The weird claw marks began healing almost immediately. They were totally gone in two days. They were like no wounds any of them had ever seen before. They knew they needed more help, and they turned to an Episcopalian priest, who in turned called in Ed and Lorraine Warren.

It didn't take the Warrens long to come to their conclusion: there was no ghost in this case. There was an inhuman spirit - a demon - attached to the doll. But they warned that the doll wasn't possessed; demons don't possess things, only people. It was clinging to the doll, manipulating it, in order to give the impression of a haunting. The target was really Donna's soul.

A priest performed an exorcism on the apartment and the Warrens took possession of the doll. They put it in a bag and began the long drive home; Ed agreed to stay off the highways because there was a concern that the demon might fuck with the car, and at 65 miles an hour that would be disastrous. And sure enough, as they drove on the back roads, the engine kept cutting out, the power steering kept failing and even the brakes gave them trouble. Ed opened the bag, sprinkled the doll with holy water and the disturbances stopped... for the moment.

Ed left the doll next to his desk; it began levitating. That happened a couple of times and then it seemed to just quit, finally laying quiet. But in a couple of weeks Annabelle was back to her old tricks; she started appearing in different rooms in the Warren home. Sensing that the doll was ramping back up the Warrens called in a Catholic priest to exorcise Annabelle. The priest didn't take it seriously, telling Annabelle "You're just a doll. You can't hurt anyone!" Big mistake: on his way home the priest's brakes failed, and his car was totaled in a horrible accident. He survived.

Eventually the Warrens built a locked case for Annabelle, and she resides there to this day. The locked case seems to have kept the doll from moving around, but it seems like that whatever terrible entity is attached to it is still there, waiting. Biding its time. Ready for the day when it can again be free.

Source : Badassdigest


Jun 29, 2013

Starry Eyed

It was a summer. he first met her when they were both stuck on a ferris wheel at the county fair. her name was Sarah. he hadn't really noticed her before in school; but in the car he could see the dark flecks of green in her pretty green eyes, the freckles crossing the bridge of her nose, the darker blonde streaks in her blonde hair. he realized how pretty she was then, with her cute farmgirl look, and his heart beat faster just glancing at her.

He had been head over heels for her for months now, but he had kept it to himself, he really had. no one expected Peter Bishop to have a crush on a girl that barely anyone noticed. they all expected him to go out with ava, a girl apparently suited more to his 'popularity'. he didn't really care about popularity, not really, he just cared about Sarah and what she was doing and what she thought of him.

They had math together, which was very unfortunate for him, because math was definitely not Peter's good subject at all. he failed miserably and didn't quite understand algebra two (using the word quite was being nice to the poor boy). it drove him insane, knowing Sarah was only a few feet away while he struggled and nearly cried because he couldn't comprehend any of it.

That day in math, he sat with his feet crossed, aware that there were girls around him that happened to be gossiping about the fact that he was having trouble. the math teacher could see it, too, and she whispered a few words to Sarah, the math genius of the class, which made Sarah come over to him. his heart beat faster with every step she walked towards him, and she kneeled down beside his desk, her arms crossed on it and head resting in the crook.

She asked him, "what do you need help with?" with that soft voice of hers, and he shook his head, running a tan hand through his black hair. she chuckled andsaid, "if you don't tell me, then i can't help you," and he smiled miserably, feeling very self conscious at that moment. Sarah looked over at his paper and picked up his pencil, choosing a problem to explain.

When the bell rang, Peter hopped up and would have bolted out of there, had there not been a girl clutching to his arm and saying, "oh no you don't." he turned to her curiously and she said, "i saw your grade in here when i helped ms. sanchez." Peter cringed. "you need help," she declared, pointing at him, "and lucky for you ms. sanchez has assigned me to tutor you."

He gulped. "are—are you sure?"

Sarah crossed her arms. "damn sure."

"when, then?"

"anytime i tell you." she grinned mischievously. "meet me in the library at lunch." and with that, she was gone.

 He entered the library with his sack lunch and sat down. Sarah emerged from the stacks a few minutes later, setting down her stuff at the seat across from him. he assumed that she came from the other side of the library, through the other enterance. he sighed and pulled his sandwich from the bag.

"what exactly are we here for?" Peter asked her, and Sarah replied, "if i'm going to tutor you, i need to get to know you."

so the two talked all lunch period. they both were nervous, legs shaking, voices trembling, palms sweating—for both had loved the other since that day in the ferris wheel, but neither knew it. and they came back again the next day, and for lunch every day, and went to the library after school on wednesdays so that Sarah could tutor Peter. with each session, his grades got better, and he always felt better about himself afterwards.

one day, after their session, Peter blurted, "you should go to the game on friday."

Sarah raised an eyebrow. "um . . . why?"

"i'm the quarterback," he replied, "so you should come."

she smiled. "maybe i will."

At the game on friday, Peter looked for Sarah in the stands and finally spotted her in a green sweater and jeans. he smiled and waved, to which she returned. then she sat down and he started the game, playing more vigorously than he ever had before.

After the game, his teammates all came up to him and said, "way to kick some ass, Bishop!" before finding their friends and hiding away. he looked for Sarah after, and he found her with a group of her friends. they looked like they were about to leave. Sarah told them to go ahead, saying, "i'll catch up with you later!" and jogging to him.

"hi, Sarah," he said to her, smiling.

"hi, Peter."

he sighed. this was it. "so, there's something i want to tell you."

"alright, shoot."

"Sarah montgomery, i've had the biggest crush on you since that day we met in the ferris wheel. you're the prettiest girl i've ever met. you're the kindest, most patient, you know how to deal with my struggles in math—" at this she laughed— "and i've grown closer to you in the time we've gotten to know each other than i've ever been to anyone before. would you do me the honors of letting me take you on a date?"

Sarah, on the verge of tears, nodded yes.

They dated for awhile, through the rest of junior and all of senior year, and all the way through college. you couldn't think to find a happier couple. one night, just for the hell of it, they went to a game at their old high school, cheering the football team on. after, they stood in the spot that Peter had asked her out six years before, and he said, "Sarah, i want to ask you something."

Sarah said, "ask me something."

He turned to her, looking her square in the eye. "you know that the nfl wants me, and i really want to go."

"i know."

"Sarah montgomery, i love you with all my heart. i don't want to go anywhere without you. you are my second half, my soulmate. i can't live without you. you are truly beautiful, and wonderful, and the only girl i want to spend the rest of my life with." Sarah started crying as Peter got down on one knee. "will you do the honors of being my wife?"

Sarah exclaimed, "yes!" and hugged him, kissing him on the lips.

Just then, the coach (who happened to also be Peter's old coach from high school) came out with the quarterback of their team, nick. he had said, "i want you to meet my star quarterback of the old days, Peter Bishop," and led nick out to the spot where he had seen Peter and Sarah last. nick looked perplexed to see the two kissing, looking towards the coach; coach just smiled and said, "i haven't ever seen two people more starry eyed."


Jun 14, 2013

World's longest married couple - 87 Years..!!

To have and to hold ... for 87 years! World's longest married couple share their secrets to living happily ever after

Karam, 107, and Katari, 100, have been married for 87 years. They have 8 children and 28 grandchildren together. The marriage is almost 5 years longer than current Guinness record holders. Couple say that laughter and looking after each other is key to marriage

In an age where few marriages endure the test of time, 107-year-old Karam and his wife Katari Chand, 100, are proof that happy ever after does exist. The couple, who have eight children and twenty eight grandchildren together, have lived in wedded bliss for 87 years making them the world's longest married couple.

The pair say that the key to success is looking after each other in every way possible: ‘My trick is to make Katari laugh. I like to tell jokes and make her smile. Being funny is my way of being romantic.' says Karam.

‘I have been told laughing makes you live longer... my wife is still alive so it must have worked! I love her so much and I want to spend another 80 years by her side,’ said Karam.

From romantic meals to sharing jokes, the couple, who hail from Punjab, India and now live in Bradford ensure that they do little things for each other to keep the romance alive.

Katari told to a networking site: ‘When I was young I used to make him a nice fresh meal every night. We are vegetarian so I brought lots of fresh vegetables and made sure he was eating healthy food.

‘Health is very important and I wanted to look after him so we could grow old together. Some would say it has worked!

‘Oh and how can I forget, I always save a bit of my chapatti for him. Just a little gesture that he appreciated a lot and it kept me a bit slimmer.’

Karam, who likes to do a word search every day to keep his mind alive, believes that spending plenty of time together has helped their marriage last.

‘We have not spent any long span apart in over 50 years. We go everywhere together – up until a few years ago we went to India every year with the family and for all family weddings we make sure we get to stay together,’ he said.

Their marriage has lasted nearly five years longer than that of the current Guinness World Record holders and the couple are in the process of getting confirmation from the company
that they will be named as the new record holders.

Many modern day romances fail to stand the test of time but longevity and experience makes Karam the best man to go to for relationship advice.

‘In the past people used to listen. Now I don’t think people take the time to listen to each other properly. People seem too busy today with work, TV and other stuff going on around them.

‘Relationships are about understanding one another and listening to concerns and problems, so my advice to men and women is to listen to their partners, show interest in what they are saying and help them overcome any worries or problems they are going through,’ he said.

And their son Satpaul, who is extremely proud of his parent’s relationship, added his own words of wisdom. He said: ‘One piece of advice that I can’t stress enough is to keep your parents very close. We live with them in Bradford and look after them because we want to help them live as long as they can together.

‘I don’t want to see their love story end. I truly believe that by helping them over the last few years we have enabled them to enjoy their time together with no stress and being looked after.

'Also, you have to value them while they are here because you never know how long they are going to be around for.’

The still loved-up couple, who met through an arranged marriage, are having a big party in November to celebrate Karam’s 107th and Katari’s 100th birthday.

The Mayor of Bradford as well as lots of community members will be joining in the festivities.




1) Always be faithful: always be faithful to one another. When you get married you commit to devoting your life to that person and even when the times are tough, don’t believe that the grass is greener...because it isn’t.

2) Look after each other as best you can: if you want to grow old with your partner you have to make sure you always look after each other in every shape and form. Whether it is making a meal, holding your partners hand when crossing the road or being a shoulder to cry on when something goes wrong.

3) Be tolerant of each other: everyone has bad habits or annoying traits. Whether it is leaving a towel on the floor or listening to the radio too loudly, you have to tolerate each other and realise that no one is perfect. Of course we irritate each other occasionally, but if you want to last nearly 90 years, learn to love bad habits or it won’t work.

4) Listen to each other: the most important thing in a relationship is to listen. People don’t listen anymore because they are too busy with work and TV. Listen to your loved ones’ problems and concerns every day, because then you can help them overcome them and be happier. Also, it brings you closer together because you are the first port of call for each other when there is an issue in your life.

5) Follow social and religious values: always make sure you follow social or religious values. Respect, care, cherish, love and value your partner – always treat them how you would want to be treated yourself


Jun 4, 2013

Worlds largest bus carries 256 passengers

AutoTram® Extra Grand is developed by the Fraunhofer Institute for Traffic and Infrastructure Systems. Considered as the longest bus in the world, it is nearly 31 meters long, has four steering axles and can carry 256 passengers. Combining the capacity of a small train with the maneuverability of a bus, the vehicle runs mostly on electric power.


May 20, 2013

Simple thought to explain Life

Simple thought for the day

A wise man once sat in the audience & cracked a joke.

All laughed like crazy. After a moment, he crackedthe same joke again and a little less people laughed this time.

He cracked the same joke again & again, when there was no laughter in the crowd, he smiled and said, "When u can't laugh on the same joke again & again, then why do u keep crying over the same thing over and over again”

'Forget the past & move on'


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