Sunday, September 14, 2008

Monpura - Sonar Moyna pakhi ( Arnob )

Thanks to my friend Tareq, who shared this video posted in YouTube. I think you gonna like it :)

Friday, August 15, 2008

Few of my photo work desmonstration by

Here is a demonstration on my Photo shoots using :) It's a test animoto video for 30 seconds.


Feel free to share your comments!

Scott Kelby's World Wide Photo walk @ August 23rd, 2008

Ok friends! Here is an exciting news for the photographer friends..It's a social photography event to celebrate the release of the update to the world's bestselling Lightroom book, "The Lightroom 2 Book for Digital Photographers" (and you just might win a copy yourself).

Check out the Link:
Link for the Bangladeshi Photographers:

See you at Saturday, August 23rd, 2008 infront of Ahsan Manzil, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Saturday, August 09, 2008

Historical Places of Bangladesh: Part 1 Trailer

Watch out this trailer of a documentary of Historical Places of Bangladesh.

I salute to the team who are behind on this documentary film. I am waiting to see the whole video soon! Hope it will be great and worth watching!

The Forbidden Kingdom - Trailer

Today after a long break i had a chance to watch a movie.. and it was awesome! I loved this movie - "The Forbidden Kingdom"

Jet Li, Jackie Chan, Michael Angarano, Crystal Liu,


Sunday, July 27, 2008

Earthquake shook Dhaka at night 12:50AM - 27th July 2008

Suddenly tonight i felt like my bed was shaking. Then i recalled that i did flooring for my backpain and i was not on my bed. So it's my building was shaking. Bangladesh Time : 12:50AM at 27th July 2008.

Here goes few references that my other friends noticed it and shared in Twitter.

Then i saw the Google News update which was redirecting to the BDnews24 news update of earthquake held in Dhaka at night.

I assume it was in richter scale 3 (IV) in reference of

** UPDATE: from AFP
See the source:

Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Shamudra Gupta Aid Photography Exhibition 2008

“Shamudra Gupta” is a famous poet, writer and activist in Bangladesh. He is now fighting with Life & Death in hospital suffering from cancer. All the artists and other groups are trying to raise fund for his treatment. Students of Institute of Fine Arts of Dhaka University requested Bangladeshi Photographers to help them. They will arrange an exhibition to sell art work, photography etc. We have decided to donate our best photography work, an exhibition will be held at Chobir Hatt (opposite to Charukala, Shahbagh, Dhaka) from 29th May at Charukala Corridor, Institute of Fine Arts, Dhaka University.

Shamudra Gupta Aid Photography Exhibition 2008

I myself contributed this photo of mine into "Shamudra Gupta Aid Photography Exhibition 2008"

Exhibition Venue: Charukala Corridor, Institute of Fine Arts, Dhaka University
Date: 29th May to 2nd June 2008
Time: Everyday 11am to 6:30pm

I am glad for getting the chance to contribute!

Thursday, May 08, 2008

University & College Championship - WCG 2008 in Bangladesh

Hey guys! I am after a long break with a breaking news!

WCG Bangladesh is arranging the University & College Championship in BRAC University from 15th May to 17th May, 2008.


Game freaks! rush for it! I hope to be there in this gaming contest! See you guys there!

Saturday, April 05, 2008

You Are Everything to Somebody...

You Are Everything to Somebody...

Right now at this very minute-----------


is very proud of you


is thinking of you
cares about you
misses you
wants to talk to you
wants to be with you
hopes you aren't in trouble

is thankful for the support you have
wants to hold your hand


hopes everything turns out all right
wants you to be happy

wants you to find them

is celebrating your successes
wants to give you a gift
think you ARE a gift
hopes you are not too cold, or too hot
wants to hug you
loves you
wants to lavish you with small gifts
admires your strength

is thinking of you and smiling
wants to be your shoulder to cry on
wants to go out with you and have a lot of fun

thinks the world of you
wants to protect you
would do anything for you
wants to be forgiven
is grateful for your forgiveness

wants to laugh with you about old times
remembers you and wishes you were there

needs to know that your love is unconditional

values your advice
wants to tell you how much they care
wants to stay up watching old movies with

wants to share their dreams with you

wants to hold you in their arms
wants YOU to hold them in your arms
treasures your spirit

wishes they could STOP time because of
can't wait to see you
wishes that things didn't have to change

loves you for who you are
loves the way you make them feel
wants to be with you
hears a song that reminds them of you
wants you to know they are there for you
is glad that you're their friend
wants to be your friend
stayed up all night thinking about you

is alive because of you
is wishing that you would notice them
wants to get to know you better

believes that you are their soul mate

wants to be near you
misses your guidance and advice

values your guidance and advice

has faith in you
trusts you
needs you to send them this letter

needs your support
needs you to have faith in them
needs you to let them be your friend

will cry when they read this

Sunday, March 30, 2008

My photo on a Sweden's English News site

Sunlight, originally uploaded by Tahmid.

I am excited to share with you all that one of my photo from Flickr has been shared in a Sweden's English News website for an article titled - "Skin cancer figures rising in Sweden" which was written by David Landes ( 8 656 6518)

Here is the article:

They had not informed me directly but i was notified by one of my Flickr friend. But it's fine until they have given me the credit for my photo. It could have been even more exciting and inspiring for me if they had contacted me directly :)

By the way - I hope i will be joining the Bangladesh Photographer's Monthly trip of Photography of this new up coming month on 26th march!

See the discussion:

Monday, March 10, 2008

Let Go

Let go of the Past,
Only then you move towards the future.

Let go of the Regrets,
Only then you move towards the happiness.

Let go of the Presumptions,
Only then you move towards the truth.

Let go of the Problems,
Only then you move towards the solutions.

Let go of Yourself,
Only then you move towards the divinity.


Wednesday, February 27, 2008

You Are A Diamond

Never despise life's fiery trials.
They are God's ways of bringing out the best in you.

Always remember, you are like a Diamond.
And more a diamond is cut, the more it sparkles.


Sunday, February 17, 2008

[intro] - Mozammel Haque's Photography

As i already have decided to post new websites and information on Bangladesh, in my blog under the [Intro] tag. Here comes my another intro post on Mozammel Haque's ( website.

A hobbyist wedding photographer in Bangladesh. An exceptionally different creative wedding photographer. He is professionally a Software Engineer and photography is one of his hobby. Check out his website and feel free to contact him for your memorable wedding photos if you are not married yet! :)

Thursday, February 14, 2008

Valentine's Day: Roots & Islamic View

By Living Shari`ah Staff

Feb 12, 2008

As Muslims, we are required to love one another and to wish and inculcate love among people regardless of their color, race, religion, or identity. However, this does not mean dissolving our identity or blindly copying and imitating others' traditions and practices.

The Origin of "Valentine Day" or "Festival of Love"

The Festival of Love was one of the festivals of the pagan Romans, when paganism was the prevalent religion of the Romans more than seventeen centuries ago. In the pagan Roman concept, it was an expression of "spiritual love".

There were myths associated with this pagan festival of the Romans, which persisted with their Christian heirs. Among the most famous of these myths was the Roman belief that Romulus, the founder of Rome, was suckled one day by a she-wolf, which gave him strength and wisdom.

The Romans used to celebrate this event in mid-February each year with a big festival.

One of the rituals of this festival was the sacrifice of a dog and a goat. Two strong and muscular youths would daub the blood of the dog and goat onto their bodies, then they would wash the blood away with milk. After that there would be a great parade, with these two youths at its head, which would go about the streets. The two youths would have pieces of leather with which they would hit everyone who crossed their path. The Roman women would welcome these blows, because they believed that they could prevent or cure infertility.

The Connection Between Saint Valentine and This Festival

Saint Valentine is a name which is given to two of the ancient "martyrs" of the Christian Church. It was said that there were two of them, or that there was only one, who died in Rome as the result of the persecution of the Gothic leader Claudius, c. 296 CE. In 350 CE, a church was built in Rome on the site of the place where he died, to perpetuate his memory.

When the Romans embraced Christianity, they continued to celebrate the Feast of Love mentioned above, but they changed it from the pagan concept of "spiritual love" to another concept known as the "martyrs of love", represented by Saint Valentine who had advocated love and peace, for which cause he was martyred, according to their claims. It was also called the Feast of Lovers, and Saint Valentine was considered to be the patron saint of lovers.

One of their false beliefs connected with this festival was that the names of girls who had reached marriageable age would be written on small rolls of paper and placed in a dish on a table. Then the young men who wanted to get married would be called, and each of them would pick a piece of paper. He would put himself at the service of the girl whose name he had drawn for one year, so that they could find out about one another. Then they would get married, or they would repeat the same process again on the day of the festival in the following year.

The Christian clergy reacted against this tradition, which they considered to have a corrupting influence on the morals of young men and women. It was abolished in Italy, where it had been well-known, then it was revived in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, when in some western countries there appeared shops which sold small books called “Valentine’s books”, which contained love poems, from which the one who wanted to send a greeting to his sweetheart could choose. They also contained suggestions for writing love letters.

The above information is excerpted, with some modifications, from

The Islamic View

Elaborating the Islamic stance on celebrating Valentine Day, Dr. Su`ad Ibrahim Salih, professor of Islamic Jurisprudence (Fiqh) at Al-Azhar University, says,

Indeed, Islam is the religion of altruism, true love, and cooperation on that which is good and righteous. We implore Allah Almighty to gather us together under the umbrella of His All-encompassing Mercy, and to unite us together as one man. Allah Almighty says: (The believers are naught else than brothers. Therefore make peace between your brethren and observe your duty to Allah that haply ye may obtain mercy.) (Al-Hujurat 49: 10)

I can say that there are forms of expressing love that are religiously acceptable, while there are others that are not religiously acceptable. Among the forms of acceptable love are those that include the love for Prophets and Messengers. It stands to reason that the love for Allah, and His Messenger Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) should have the top priority over all other forms of love.

Islam does also recognize happy occasions that bring people closer to one another, and add spice to their lives. However, Islam goes against blindly imitating the West regarding a special occasion such as Valentine’s Day.

Hence, commemorating that special day known as the Valentine's Day is an innovation or bid`ah that has no religious backing. Every innovation of that kind is rejected, as far as Islam is concerned. Islam requires all Muslims to love one another all over the whole year, and reducing the whole year to a single day is totally rejected.

We Muslims ought not to follow in the footsteps of such innovations and superstitions that are common in what is known as the Valentine's Day. No doubt that there are many irreligious practices that occur on that day, and those practices are capable of dissuading people from the true meanings of love and altruism to the extent that the celebration is reduced to a moral decline.

Collected from:

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Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Two Hearts To Love : Happy Valentines!

God gave you..

Two Legs to Walk
Two Hands to Hold
Two Ears to Hear
Two Eyes to See

But why did he gave you only one Heart?
Because he gave the other one to someone for you to find.

source: Pravs World

Monday, January 28, 2008

[Intro] - Flickr based Photographers Community

Bangladeshi Photographers community (based on Flickr) has arranged a Photography exhibition of around 56 photographers at a time. It's already started from today 27th January, 2008 and will continue till 31st January, 2008. It's is titled as : SIDR Aid Photography Exhibition 2008.

Bangladeshi Photographers Blog:

Flickr: Bangladeshi Photographers

Facebook: Bangladeshi Photographers

[Intro] - Buy Bangla Books Online!

I thought of doing this for a long and today is the 1st post introducing websites related to Bangladesh, Bangla, Bangali (People of Bangladesh), Bangladeshi Communities and other important websites i find online. I hope to keep doing this from today :) So here i came up with a very old website i suppose to introduce with you guys.

Boi Mela (

Stay tuned with my [Intro] tags :)

Life Is Wonderful

Face your past without regret.
Handle your present with confidence.
Prepare for the future without fear.
Keep faith and drop the fear.
Don't believe your doubts and never doubt your beliefs.

Life is wonderful if you know how to live it.


Thursday, January 24, 2008

Ignorance Behind Veil Uproar: Ridley & Newspapers

"Under Islam, I am respected. It tells me that I have a right to an education and that it is my duty to seek out knowledge," said Ridley.

CAIRO — Award-winning British reporter Yvonne Ridley has blamed the ignorance of Western politicians and media for the ongoing debate about the face-veil and other misconceptions about the status of women in Islam.

"Having been on both sides of the veil, I can tell you that most Western male politicians and journalists who lament the oppression of women in the Islamic world have no idea what they are talking about," Ridley, who reverted to Islam two years after a brief detention by Taliban, wrote in the Washington Post Sunday, October 22.

Ridley used to consider the veil as a mark of women oppression but changed hearts after reading about Islam and the Noble Qur'an.

"I'd been expecting Qur'an chapters on how to beat your wife and oppress your daughters; instead, I found passages promoting the liberation of women."

British former foreign minister Jack Straw has stirred an uproar after recently revealing he used to ask Muslim women to show their faces during meetings with him, describing the face veil as a symbol of separation.

"It is with disgust and dismay that I watch here in Britain …Straw describes the Muslim niqab as an unwelcome barrier to integration," said a mocking Ridley.

"Even British government ministers Gordon Brown and John Reid have made disparaging remarks about the niqab -- and they hail from across the Scottish border, where men wear skirts."


Ridley said Western politicians and media are wrongly blaming Islam for cultural customs in the Muslim world.

"They go on about veils, child brides, female circumcision, honor killings and forced marriages, and they wrongly blame Islam for all this -- their arrogance surpassed only by their ignorance," she wrote.

"These cultural issues and customs have nothing to do with Islam."

The prominent British reporter said Islam has enshrined equal rights for women.

"In Islam, superiority is achieved through piety -- not beauty, wealth, power, position or sex."

She insists that the Noble Qur'an guarantees women all the rights Western feminists have long fought for.

"Women in Islam are considered equal to men in spirituality, education and worth, and a woman's gift for childbirth and child-rearing is regarded as a positive attribute.

"Under Islam, I am respected. It tells me that I have a right to an education and that it is my duty to seek out knowledge, regardless of whether I am single or married."


Ridley said dress codes for Muslim women serve a purpose.

"My dress tells you that I am a Muslim and that I expect to be treated respectfully, much as a Wall Street banker would say that a business suit defines him as an executive to be taken seriously."

Islam sees hijab as an obligatory code of dress, not a religious symbol displaying one’s affiliations.

As for the face veil, the majority of Muslim scholars believe that a woman is not obliged to cover her face or hands.

Scholars, however, believe that it is up to women to decide whether to take on the veil.

After reverting to Islam, Ridley wore a hijab. Only then, she discovered how hijab-clad women are discriminated against in the West.

"I instantly became a second-class citizen," she said.

"Cabs passed me by at night, their 'for hire' lights glowing. One cabbie, after dropping off a white passenger right in front of me, glared at me when I rapped on his window, then drove off. Another said, 'Don't leave a bomb in the back seat' and asked, 'Where's bin Laden hiding?'"


Ridley refuted Western claims that Islam condones violence against women.

"As for how Muslim men are allowed to beat their wives -- it's simply not true.

"Critics of Islam will quote random Qur'anic verses or hadith (sayings of Prophet Muhammad peace and blessing be upon him), but usually out of context," she insisted.

"If a man does raise a finger against his wife, he is not allowed to leave a mark on her body, which is the Qur'an's way of saying, "Don't beat your wife, stupid."

Ridley said violence against women was much higher in the West than in the Muslim world.

She said four million American women experience a serious assault every year.

"More than three women are killed by their husbands and boyfriends every day -- that is nearly 5,500 since 9/11," she added.

"It is also true that in the West, men still believe that they are superior to women, despite protests to the contrary. They still receive better pay for equal work -- whether in the mailroom or the boardroom -- and women are still treated as sexualized commodities whose power and influence flow directly from their appearance."

(collected from

Saturday, January 19, 2008

LabAid Cardiac Hospital - The real story behind the fancy ads!

I am really shocked reading this article :s... The authority needs to re-evaluate the LABAID's Service Quality and the Assurance of not doing business with human lives! - if this is the real scenario. Read the article below:

My intuition of writing this is to raise my voice against LabAid Cardiac Hospital and provide a real picture about LabAid, so that the LabAid hospital changes their attitude with their future customers. Please read the attached news paper article which was published on The Daily Janakantha on 19 Dec, 2007. Also, please see the actual condition of my father while he was under treatment at LabAid Cardiac Hospital:

The person that you are watching on this video is not in this world anymore! He died on 11 Nov, 2007 at LabAid Cardiac Hospital, Dhaka, Bangladesh while treating under Prof.(Dr.) Baren Chakrabarti, Prof. (Dr.) M. Matiur Rahman (who is actually not a professor, but using this fancy title) and Prof. (Dr.) Ali Hossain (the best doctors in our country with some fancy fake title.!!!).

We trusted the fancy ads of LabAid, also trusted the fancy titled doctors and nurses. But look at the real picture of LabAid’s CCU Bed No. 8. After the surgery they left my father on the bed without any proper attention. The LabAid doctors are so busy to catch another new CCU patient, which they forget about stitching the surgery area of the current patient. Look at the blood all over the bed! Look at.. how clean LabAid’s CCU unit is!

I raised my voice when I saw the real picture of LabAid. For raising my voice I got slapped on my face in front of the all the people by the LabAid G.M. Mr. Imran Chowdhury.

I am sure LabAid doctors who were involve with my father’s treatment has got a good amount of share from the bill, but can they really tell that the hospital/or even the doctor’s has done a proper treatment for that helpless guy Mr. A. K. M. Fazlul Haq (my father)? He was just lying on the CCU Bed No. 8 helplessly for 15 days and expecting his sons, also the doctors will take care of him properly. We have done our part from the bottom of our heart; we were ready to spend all of our savings and everything to get a proper treatment for our father, because he is our father who took care of us properly. But, Mr. or Ms. LabAid Administrators. Have you guys taken care of my father properly? I am sure you did not, because I am the one who is one of your victims. How come a person who didn’t even have any heart surgery or any type of major surgery, but got a bill for almost five and half Lac taka (BD Tk. 5,50, 000.00, AU$8,155.00, US$7,288.00)?

Dr. Lutfor Rahman (Head of Cardiac Surgeon) I am pointing you because you are the golden son of our country. Do you guys still wanna claim that the Heart Surgery is cheaper in Bangladesh now? On 11 Nov, 2007 when my auntie (Ms. Sharmin Naaz, Assist. Commissioner of Taxes, Bangladesh Govt.) went to see with you regarding my father’s bill that time you mentioned about your contribution in Bangladesh. You were also talking about you can make 1 Lac take in a matter of second. Well, done Dr. Lutfor Rahman! Well done! We’re really proud of your contribution (?) to our country’s medical history! Here is one of your biggest contributions to our country’s medical history, which was published on the Daily Janakantha on 19 Dec, 2007 “LabAid has become a human killing machine.”

Life is very interesting Dr. Lutfor Rahman! When we lost our love ones then we feel for it, but then we forget about it. Instead of forgetting about my father’s death, I want to raise my voice against LabAid Cardiac Hospital and request all of you to “STOP GOING TO THE LabAID for any heart treatment” and wanna make those doctors to understand that they should not play with any humans life, because no matter how powerful or rich they could be, they will never be able to give a life back to a dead man’s life! So, STOP around with a human life, OKAI Dr. Lutfor Rahman, Prof (Dr.) Baren Chakraborty, also the others who are involve in this human killing business!

The LabAid hospital needs to know a little bit about the power of Internet in disseminating information. I will request to all of you also do the same (when forwarding the article, send CC or copies to the lab-aid related addresses, so that the LabAid individuals feel a little shame about their Hospital’s work activity every time they receive a copy of this email.

Here are the email addresses of the LabAid individuals with their full name:

Prof. (Dr.) Baren Chakraborty -
Prof (Dr.) Matiur Rahman -
Dr. Lutfor Rahman -

(Article collected from : and see more comments there)

Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Please appreciate "HER"

Tomorrow you may propose a working woman, but you should marry with these facts firmly grounded in your mind........

Here is a girl, who is as much educated as you are; who is earning almost as much as you do;

One, who has dreams and aspirations just as you have because she is as human as you are;

One, who has never entered the kitchen in her life just like you or your
Sister haven't, as she was busy in studies and competing in a system that
gives no special concession to girls for their culinary achievements.
One, who has lived and loved her parents & brothers & sisters, almost as
much as you do for 20-25 years of her life;

One, who has bravely agreed to leave behind all that, her home, people who
love her, to adopt your home, your family, your ways and even your family

One, who is somehow expected to be a master-chef from day #1, while you
sleep oblivious to her predicament in her new circumstances, environment
and that kitchen

One, who is expected to make tea, first thing in the morning and cook
food at the end of the day, even if she is as tired as you are, maybe more,
and yet never ever expected to complain; to be a servant, a cook, a mother,
a wife, even if she doesn't want to; and is learning just like you are as
to what you want from her; and is clumsy and sloppy at times and knows that
you won't like it if she is too demanding, or if she learns faster than

One, who has her own set of friends, and that includes boys and even men at
her workplace too, those, who she knows from school days and yet is willing
to put all that on the back-burners to avoid your irrational jealousy,
unnecessary competition and your inherent insecurities;
Yes, she can drink and dance just as well as you can, but won't, simply
because you won't like it, even though you say otherwise

One, who can be late from work once in a while when deadlines, just like
yours, are to be met;

One, who is doing her level best and wants to make this most important
relationship in her entire life a grand success, if you just help her some
and trust her;

One, who just wants one thing from you, as you are the only one she knows
in your entire house - Your unstinted support, Your sensitivities and most importantly - Your understanding, or love, if you may call it.

But not many guys understand this......Please appreciate "HER"

Collected from my sister Putul's collection

Grameen Phone BlackBerry

Saturday, January 12, 2008

Women has their own rights to use HeadScarf/Hijab

If there is something called "Human Rights" or "Women Rights" - then why not Muslim/Non-Muslim women are allowed to use HeadScarf/Hijab? Aren't they human at all?

Hijab is Freedom not Oppression

Today i got an alert from Facebook groups as below:

Subject: Call for international solidarity for headscarf/hijab

Dear friends,

Assalamu alaikum,

As you know, there are many groups related to the subject of hijab on facebook. With this message I would like to invite you to join and support a very important one among them. This groups aims at contributing to the solidarity and the exchange of experiences among those who are subject to the headscarf bans in Turkey and other countries in the world. Please join and invite your fiends also.

JazakaAllah khairan and thank you.

Group link :

Note : How to invite your fiends
When you enter the main page of the group grom this link you will click on “Invite People to Join" on the right hand side. A new page will open and you will select the names of your friends and then click on "Send Invitations".
Thank you for your contributions.

Woman playing Rugby wearing Hijab

Muslim woman prefers to shave than abandon headscarf

No headscarf allowed - FIFA

Don't you think women has their own rights to use HeadScarf/Hijab?

Thursday, January 10, 2008

My 270th post with PravsWorld's inspiring Images and Notes

Here is my 270th post in this Blog with a gift of PravsWorld pictures slideshow for my readers.

Wednesday, January 09, 2008

Love While You Live

Realize things before its too late.
Have lots of friends before you are alone.
Accept things rather than deny them.
Love people before you loose them.

Life comes just once.
Love it while you live it.

Tuesday, January 08, 2008

What My Favorite Color Black Says About Me

What My Favorite Color Black Says About Me:

Timeless --- Stylish --- Sophisticated
Overpowering --- Intimidating --- Dominant
Perfectionist --- Controlling --- Competent

Tuesday, January 01, 2008

Happy New Year 2008

Happy New year to everyone. Wish you everyone a happy new startup after letting the 2007 as a page of your old memory and the 2008 as your next day. Today's sunset was the last Sunset of 2007 and tomorrow's Sunrise will be the 1st Day light of 2008. Today's sunset was the last page of your old memories and tomorrow's sunrise will be the new daylight of your Happy new year 2008! Hope you have a great happy successful life ahead with your family and friends.

Ok! friends.. Just few words to note down if you like and helps to redesign your plan for 2008 or Next:

Few of My Suggestion:
You will get really surprised to Know Yourself if you ever know about your own capabilities and the power/strength you have in depth of your confidence.. You might even get scared of your capabilities which is hidden in You! So be confident and know yourself before knowing someone else :)

Life is just few moments where we come to know many people around us and in sometimes we feel like we don't like someone, we like a person more then someone else.. or we like or i should say Love someone more then anyone else.. But everything is just for this few moments you are alive here :) So don't regret for whatever you are getting or loosing.

In case of emotional people i should suggest forget about all the emotional feelings in which you are surrounded with.. This emotions is the only bindings who is not making you confident. Caring the emotions sometimes makes you to head into the wrong path. So it's better let not giving any chance to your Emotions to lead you, But let yourself leading your emotions and don't care it. You will be heading to your success and you will be not blind at least! But that really doesn't mean to leave from the humanity or Human norms or duties like helping the Poor people or the hopeless refugees.

Suggestion for my IT student friends - please get connected through the Technical Groups to get in touch with new updates, announcements or scopes which are discussed in the groups/forums etc. Never feel shy to shoot your question, cause the value of this question could be even more than you are thinking not making yourself silly. You never know - may be no one ever thought the way you are thinking and wanted to ask! So forget about your shyness and shoot your question to the groups or forums. There will be many friends waiting to reply any type of questions.

My wish list for 2008:
My request to my younger Brother - be smarter, confident, proactive, intelligent than me. Start building your own career by your own calculation and decision - try building it by your own hand. In the mean time remember to guide your younger siblings too! I have trust on you that you will be there one day! Forget whatever you didn't get or you missed. Time moves on and nothing waits for anyone, so why bothering ? Move Forward just as you saw at - Meet the Robinson :)

My request to my old friends (22) to keep connected even after you guys get busy with lots of family stuff. At least keep connected saying hi or hello once in a month! :) After all we had a long walk up to now all together!

My request to Samiha Esha (a famous blogger) to keep blogging on different life style, career oriented , family member inter-relationship, duty to society, the relationship of friendship between a girl and a boy, stuff or guidance which makes female more confident and motivating to step forward. I just meant not to change her mind :)

My request to Technical Groups for do events together for more aggressive plans to develop the bridging of University Students and Professionals. Which will be a great scope of getting back the students interested to take Software Engineering as their career path.

My last update:
Few days back suddenly i bought a guitar and started learning some..

Thanks to Arun for his post on me and my guitar (i am taking it as my new year gift):

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