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Top Ten Romantic Movies You Must See......................

1. A Walk to Remember
2. Gone With the Wind
3. Enchanted
4. Sleepless in Seattle
5. The Notebook
6. Titantic
7. How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days
8. My Big Fat Greek Wedding
9. Ghost
10. Love Story

Top 10 Most Romantic Love Quotes

“A kiss is a lovely trick, designed by nature, to stop words when speech becomes superfluous.”

“In my wildest dreams, you always play the hero. In my darkest hour of night, you rescue me, you save my life.”
“My night has become a sunny dawn because of you.”

“In real love you want the other person’s good. In romantic love you want the other person.”
“In dreams and in love there are no impossibilities.”
“Love is composed of a single soul inhabiting two bodies.”
“Each moment of a happy lover’s hour is worth an age of dull and common life.”
“Your words are my food, your breath my wine. You are everything to me.”
Love is a temporary madness. It erupts like an earthquake and then subsides. And when it subsides you have to make a decision. You have to work out whether your roots have become so entwined together that it is inconceivable that you should ever part. Because this is what love is. Love is not breathlessness, it is not excitement, it is not the promulgation of promises of eternal passion. That is just being “in love” which any of us can convince ourselves we are.
Love itself is what is left over when being in love has burned away, and this is both an art and a fortunate accident. Your mother and I had it, we had roots that grew towards each other underground, and when all the pretty blossom had fallen from our branches we found that we were one tree and not two.
- Captain Corelli’s Mandolin6. “Love is the beauty of the soul.”

Top 10 Telecom Companies in World

10 Bharti Airtel 125 Mln Subscribers

9 France Telecom 133 Mln Subscribers

8 TeliaSonera 148 Mln Subscribers

7 China Unicom 148 Mln Subscribers

6 Deutsche Telecom 151 Mln Subscribers

5 Telenor Group 172 Mln Subscribers

4 AmericaMovil 201 Mln Subscribers

3 Telefonica 202 Mln Subscribers

2 Vodafone Group 333 Mln Subscribers

1 China Mobile (522 Mln) Subscribers

Top 10 List of TV Manufacturers

1. Hitachi: Hitachi is the Japans most venerable company is electronic business. Many companies in the industry just dream of the knowledge and experience of Hitachi. In 50s its career was started as a tube manufacturer. With Hitachi’s own picture tube, it started to manufacture TVs and other electronic products in 1960. Hitachi made its name by some high-quality and most reliable TVs. Its CRT rear-projection TVs amazingly thin and well designed. It has a good range of products like LCD and LED TVs. It is in the first position in the Top 10 List of TV manufacturers.

2. LG: LG is a popular company in recent TV market. In early 90’s, formerly known as Goldster, it produced low-budget electronic products. Goldster was a Korean electronics manufacturer starter in 1958. In 1995 it changed into LG Electronics and start producing quality TVs. In 2001LG started to make TVs jointly with Philips. In 2003 the market was leaded by LG with some 20” and 30” LCD monitors. Now LG is a successful manufacturer of LCD or LED TVs or monitors. LG is in the third position in the Top 10 List of TV manufacturers.
3. RCA: RCA is a electronic company whose journey was started when TV was first introduced in the year 1939. After achieving the standard it started to produce color TVs in 1954. Today you can find RCS’s direct-view CRTs, Flat-panel LCD monitors, rear-projection TVs which use CRT and DLP based rear projectors in most competitive prices. But before you buy, you should know that according to statistics, RCA is among the most-repaired TVs. RCA is in the forth position in the Top 10 List of TV manufacturers.
4. Samsung: Samsung, a Korean electronics manufacturer, began its journey not too long from now. In 1970 it is making TVs which were terribly average. But from the last decade is has started to proof itself as an Asian giant. It has made high-quality and powerful LCD, LED and Plasma TVs which is packed with Samsung’s own invented advanced technologies. Samsung is in the fourth position in the Top 10 List of TV manufacturers.

5. Sharp: The Japanese company Sharp was started in 1912 by of the invention of the Ready Sharp mechanical pencil. Sharp designed Japan’s first radio in 1925, first TV in 1953 and first transistor calculator in 1964. Additionally, Sharp makes flash memory, CMOS, computer chips and CCD sensors. Sharps Aquos LCD televisions are among the finest TVs today. This company is in the sixth position in the Top 10 List of TV manufacturers.

6. Sony: The Sony Corporation is known to all over the world. It is a giant in the electronic industry. There is hardly any electronics product that Sony doesn’t make. It is the first manufacturer of transistor in Japan. It invented the Trinitron color TV. Sony’s strong point is clearest and sharpest picture quality in their Trinitron TVs. Sony is highly marked for their quality and long lasting TVs. This company is in the seventh position in the Top 10 List of TV manufacturers.

7. Panasonic: Most of the people do not give credit to Panasonic TVs until they are reviewed and praised. Panasonic, in 1918, first began its journey after the invention of two-socket light fixture by Konosuke Matsushita. Today Panasonic is like a specialist of digital TVs. It is highly praised for its Plasma TVs. No matter how much your budget is for a display, Panasonic can give you something in your price range. This company is in the eighth position in the Top 10 List of TV manufacturers.
8. Philips: Philips is a Dutch company founded by Gerard Philips in 1891 which used to manufacture night bulbs and other electronic equipments. Philips MiraVision TV is among the coolest TVs nowadays. Philips makes both CRT and flat panel TVs. In the flat panel TVs there are LCD and Plasma TVs. The high-quality and faster pixel rate made the Philips’s LCD and Plasma TVs popular. Philips is in the ninth position in the Top 10 List of TV manufacturers.

9. Hannspree: Hannspree is a Taiwanese manufacturer of LCD TV. Though lately, its TVs have received recognition and it is trading well in various websites. The unique products that Hannspree makes are the LCD TVs. You won’t buy Hannspree TVs for their quality, but only for their attractive design. They are well designed with artistic flair. Hannspree is not only designing TVs, but also offering the customers a new buying experience. They are opening stores with a special environment in the key locations of the cities. It is in the second position in the Top 10 List of TV manufacturers.

10. Yamaha: Yamaha is a paradoxical manufacturer. It manufacture from automobiles to IC chips. Torakusu Yamaha founded Yamaha Corporation in 1897. He was a craftsman of musical instruments. Yamaha produced Plasma TVs and projectors, but it is only for them who can spend $10K for a TV. Yamaha produces procrssors like Silicon Opti and Faroudja DCDi and very high-quality projectors like DarkChip3. This company is in the last position in the Top 10 List of TV manufacturers.

Top 10 Antivirus 2011

1. BitDefender

This is most popular and highly recommended antivirus. Its features are:
a. IM Ecryption to keep your chats private.
b. Search Advisor to block any suspicious file from downloading.
c. A highly customizable interface.
d. Laptop Mode to save on battery.
e. Automatically updates itself within few hours.
f. Free 24/7 support.

2. Kaspersky
a. Real time protection against spams and viruses.
b. Hourly Updates.
c. System Analyzer which detects any suspicious activity on your PC.
d. Vulnerability detection seeks out recommended patches and updates for various programs.
e. Anti Phishing.
f. Virtual Keyboard to help secure your entries on banking and shopping transactions.

3. ESET NOD 32

a. Stops any suspicious services and trojans that may intrude your computer.
b. Stops threats that may enter through various removable devices so you can share files easily without any worries.
c. SysInspector and SysRescue that performs system scan and diagnosis with confidence.
d. Self Defense prevents malwares and spywares.
e. SSL encrypted.
f. Free technical support.

4. AVG

a. Scans smartly and fast.
b. Surf and Download confidently and securely.
c. Protection against phishing and fraud sites.
d. Keeps threats out of system.
e. Support and assistance.

5. Norton

a. Integrated Anti-Spyware and Anti-rootkit.
b. Bot Protection.
c. Pulse Updates.
d. Networking Mapping to detect any threats from networks.
e. SONAR 3 Behavioral Protection which scans your computer for suspected programs.
f. Norton Bootable Recovery Tool that creates backups regularly.

6. Avira

a. Anti Ad/Spyware.
b. Anti Phishing protects against phishing.
c. Anti Rootkit.
d. Mail Guard scans all your incoming emails and FTP transfers.
e. Rescue System creates backup time to time.
f. AntiVirProActiv.
g. AHeAD Technology detects unknown viruses by their profiles.
h. Netbook Support.
i. Avira Support.

7. McAfee

a. Anti Spyware.
b. On-access file scanner.
c. Daily updating of virus database.
d. Site Advisor which displays the safety rating of various websites that we surf.
e. System Guards which protects your computer.
f. X-Ray rootkit detection.

8. Avast

a. Built on certified antivirus engine.
b. File System Shield.
c. Mail Shield scans all your attachments and mails.
d. Web Shield protects against any HTTP proxies.
e. P2P shield protects from P2P file viruses.
f. Script Blocker disables any malicious script.
g. Network Shield which acts as an intrusion detection system.

9. Trend Micro

a. Light Weight.
b. Anti-spyware.
c. Real Time Updates.
d. Cloud Technology support which helps in creating backups.
e. Automatic protection.
f. Streamlined interface.

10. Webroot

a. VB100 certifications.
b. Spy Sweeper that protects against spywares.
c. Easy to use protection.
d. blocks, detects and removes threats.
e. Great value for money.

Top Ten fastest bikes in the world

10. Suzuki GSX-R750
On the number 10 spot is not a liter class bike but a 750 cc bike, the Suzuki GSX-R750. In 1985, this was the first bike which started the trend of sports bikes and later on super bikes. The 4 cylinder 3/4th liter motor develops 148 Bhp of surging power. This power combined with its light weight chassis ensures that the Gixxer reaches its top speed of 268 kmph really fast.

9. Ducati 1098S
Number 9 spot is taken up by the Ducati 1098S. When this bike was first revealed to the public in 2007, there was a frenzy of fans for this bike. This was the ideal machine for both the race track as also for daily road use. This Italian bike also boasts of having one of the highest power to weight ratios across all sections and road going bikes. This bike boasts of a top speed of 275 kmph from its 160 Bhp motor.

8. Honda CBR1000 RR
Number 8 space is occupied by the Honda CBR1000 RR. This bike was introduced in the year 2004 and the designers are none other than the ones who have built Honda’s Moto GP bikes. A 1 liter 4 cylinder liquid cooled engine does duty on this Fireblade enabling it to push out 178 Bhp. With all this power, the Honda could go only 1 kmph more than what the Ducati could do. However the Honda revved to a very high 13k rpm.
7. MV Augusta F4 R312
The MV Augusta F4 R312 is number 7 on our list and it is here for a good reason. Not only was this bike meant for racing purposes but it is also built with the intent of taking a lead in all the races that it participates in. It makes a cool 182 Bhp at 12,500 rpm. The top speed that one can muster on this Italian is 282 kmph.
6. Yamaha YZF- R1
On the number 6 position is the world famous Yamaha YZF- R1. This bike was a rage in 1998, the year that it was introduced and still is. The liter engine has got 16 valves with 4 cylinders and liquid cooling technology. Not only does the Yamaha achieve a top speed of 284 kmph but it also does 0-100 kmph in 3 seconds, just 0.1 seconds off the official timing of a Lamborghini Aventador.
5. Suzuki GSX-R1000
For the number 5th position is another Japanese, the Suzuki GSX-R1000, the bigger brother of the 750. While the R1 may not be attractive to look at, the Suzuki is one hell of a looker. Its 999 cc liquid cooled motor makes 192 Bhp of power at 12,100 rpm and this is enough to propel this bike to a top speed of 285 kmph.
4. Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R
Another Japanese slots in the number 4th position and this time it is Kawasaki making their debut in this list. The bike is the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R. From its ram air induction technology and 1 liter engine, this Ninja produces 198 Bhp of power which is more than enough to take this bike to its designated top speed of 288 kmph. As far as its desirability goes, this bike has quite a reputation of getting stolen and has the most claims for theft insurance.

3. Kawasaki Ninja ( Ninja ZZR1400)
The most powerful Kawasaki Ninja, the Ninja ZZR1400 makes its debut in the number three position. From its 1400 cc engine, this bike develops 190 Bhp of power at as low or high as 9500 rpm. This is enough to propel it to a top speed of 300 kmph and at the same time racing from 0-100 kmph in only 2.8 seconds.

2. Suzuki Hayabusa
We are sure that all of you guys must be wondering where the Suzuki Hayabusa, the legendary motorcycle, would be. Well, here it is at number 2 position. It also has a reputation of being the most powerful bikes in production across the world. Superbikes cannot get more maniacal than this and the Hayabusa has proved it time and again. As of now, this Busa does 302 kmph top speed runs however earlier on, some of the stock Hayabusas were seen clocking 325 kmph on a regular basis. Suzuki had to restrict its performance as it was seen as a death machine by many.

1. BMW S1000RR
The BMW S1000RR. If you would have noticed, the battle for the top spot was always fought between Japanese however it is an unsung German which finally clinches the top honors. Various Motorcycle of the Year awards plus Machine of the Year tags means that this radical looking motorbike is one of the best in the industry. It produces 193 Bhp of power at lofty 13500 rpm and its top speed is in the regions of 306 kmph. Its performance is enhanced to a great effect by its 181 kgs dry weight. Its radical styling may not win it many fans but it is the fastest stock production bike in the world as of now.

Top Ten Fastest Cars In World

1. Bugatti Veyron (267 mph)
0-60 in 2.5 secs. Aluminum, Narrow Angle 8 Liter W16 Engine with 1200 hp, base price is $1,700,000. Tested again on July 10, 2010 with the new 2010 Super Sport Version, the Bugatti Veyron once again claimed its title as the fastest car in the world at 267 mph.

2. SSC Ultimate Aero ( 257 mph)
0-60 in 2.7 secs. Twin-Turbo V8 Engine with 1183 hp, base price is $654,400. Tested in March 2007 by Guinness World Records.

3.Saleen S7 Twin-Turbo (248 mph)
0-60 in 3.2 secs. Twin Turbo All Aluminum V8 Engine with 750 hp, base price is $555,000. Smooth and great, will make you want to show it off non-stop.

4. Koenigsegg CCX (245 mph)
0-60 in 3.2 secs. 90 Degree V8 Engine 806 hp, base price is $545,568. Made in Sweden, it is aiming hard to be the fastest car in the world, but it has a long way to go to surpass the Bugatti and the Ultimate Aero.

5. McLaren F1 (240 mph)
0-60 in 3.2 secs. BMW S70/2 60 Degree V12 Engine with 627 hp, base price is $970,000. Check out the doors, they looks like bat wings, maybe Batman need to order one and paints it black.

6. Ferrari Enzo (217 mph)
0-60 in 3.4 secs. F140 Aluminum V12 Engine with 660 hp, base price is $670,000.

7. Jaguar XJ220 (217 mph)
0-60 in 3.8 secs. Twin Turbo V6 Engine with 542 hp, base price was $650,000. Made in 1992, this car still got what it takes to make the list.

8. Pagani Zonda F (215 mph)
0-60 in 3.5 secs. Mercedes Benz M180 V12 Engine with 650 hp, base price is $667,321. With a V12 motor, this model can do much better.

9. Lamborghini Murcielago LP640 (211 mph)
0-60 in 3.3 secs. V12 Engine with 640 hp, base price is $430,000. Nice piece of art, the design is very round and smooth.

10. Porsche Carrera GT (205 mph)
0-60 in 3.9 secs. Aluminum, 68 Degree, Water Cooled V10 Engine with 612 hp, base price is $440,000.

Top 10 Lost Cities In World

10. Pavlopetri Greece
Whenever ‘lost cities’ are discussed Atlantis springs to mind. While there is no strong evidence that Atlantis existed outside of an allegorical tale by Plato many cities have suffered the supposed fate of Atlantis – being swallowed by the sea. Pavlopetri was a town of pre-Classical Greece that was settled in the Stone Age and persisted until ~1000 BC. That the site was submerged has given archaeologists a unique insight into life at the time. Other sites have been built over, or plundered for building material, or ploughed over by farmers, but Pavlopetri is uncontaminated. The town was likely submerged by rising sea levels and subsidence of the ground caused by earthquakes. Since sea levels have fluctuated widely over the course of human existence it is entirely likely that other such sites exist in the world’s oceans awaiting discovery.

9. Cliff palace Colorado
The Pueblo people, the Native Americans of the US southwest, are named for the villages (Pueblos) they construct. While there are still vibrant pueblo communities today, the Anasazi, an ancient pueblo society, flourished between 900 and 1200 AD. ‘Cliff Palace’ was constructed in this Golden age of the Anasazi; dendrochronology dates most of the buildings at the site to ~1200 AD. Occupation of the site was short lived and it was abandoned by 1300 AD. It remained undiscovered in the desert until 1888. While out looking for stray cattle Richard Wetherill, Charles Mason, and an Ute tribesman called Acowitz found the site nestled under a cliff wall. Their accidental discovery turned out to be the largest cliff dwelling in North America. ‘Cliff Palace’ is actually a misnomer as the site is more like a village than what we would understand as a palace. While the reason for the site’s abandonment is not certain the widely accepted theory is that the first of the great droughts, that has been linked to the collapse of the Anasazi golden age, disrupted farming throughout the region.

8. Akrotiri Santorini
The Minoan civilization of Crete is named for the mythical king Minos, builder of the labyrinth. There is scant written material left from the Minoans so we do not know what they called themselves. The entire civilization was largely forgotten until the turn of the 20th century. With the discovery of the great palace at Knossos the glories of the Minoans were rediscovered. Instead of the well known Knossos I have included a Minoan outpost, Akrotiri on the island of Santorini. Santorini, or Thera, is the home of the Thera volcano. It is now thought that the explosion of Thera around 1600 BC, one of the largest eruptions in recorded history, brought about the collapse of the Minoan empire. The discovery of Akrotiri in 1967 brought to light exceptionally well preserved frescos, homes up to three stories high, and a complex planned settlement. The water supply system suggests the people of Akrotiri had access to running hot and cold water, with the hot water provided by the very volcano which would destroy them.

7. Tikal Guatemala
The Mayan city of Tikal was once the capital city of a Mayan kingdom and a major city of the New World. The site was occupied from ~200-900 AD. Thanks to the almost perfect preservation of the city much is known about the grandeur of Tikal at its height as well as the powerful kings who ruled there. While the site is sometimes like other New World ruins listed as ‘mysteriously’ abandoned, research is showing that the land could not support the large number of people congregating in the city. Abandonment occurred over a number of years and the city was left for the jungles to grow over. It seems however, that some locals knew of its existence during those years for rumors of a lost city in the area persisted. The first organized expedition found the city in 1848. What they found was one of the largest surviving New World archaeological sites. There are pyramids up to 70m high, royal palaces, monumental stele and a playing arena for the Mayan ball game.

6. Timgad Algeria
Timgad, or Colonia Marciana Ulpia Traiana Thamugadi to Latinists, is the archetypal lost city from adventure stories. Once a vibrant city founded in the desert on the orders of the emperor Trajan it survived the upheavals of the empire and grew to a large trading city. After being sacked in the 5th century it was reborn as a center of Christian life. A second major sacking in the 7th century by Vandals led to the complete abandonment of the city. That is when the sands of the Sahara covered the site and preserved the city until its rediscovery in 1881. Now the ruins of the city give a brilliant insight into Roman cities of the African provinces. The streets follow a perfect grid, as you would expect from a city built to order. Today at the site you can see the arch of Trajan, the baths and the temple of Jupiter. The temple is as large as that of the pantheon in Rome, showing the importance of the city. A graffito in the forum reads “To hunt, bathe, play games and laugh. This is life.

5. Machu Picchu Peru
No list of lost cities is complete without Machu Picchu. This old Inca city sits on a peak in the Andes. It was only inhabited for a short period of time, likely 1450-1572 AD, before being abandoned as a result of the Spanish conquest of South America. Since Spaniards never found the city, and locals did not reveal its location, Machu Picchu only came to the attention of the West in the early 20th century. Debate still exists as to whether Machu Picchu was a regular settlement, a Royal retreat, or a religious sanctuary. To reach the site itself is now incredibly easy, with regular buses and trains. This has led to worries about the sustainability of large numbers of visitors there. However, given the wonderful views and the ruins themselves it is easy to see why people flock to Machu Picchu.

4. Mohenjo-daro Pakistan
Along with the Egyptian and Mesopotamian civilizations the Indus Valley civilization is considered one of the world’s earliest. The Indus Valley civilization reached its peak approximately 2000 BC, though was considerably older. Science, writing, trade, crafts, religion, and agriculture all progressed remarkably. The advanced nature of this civilization can be seen at Mohenjo-daro with its ordered streets and drainage system. Unlike other sites on this list there is no obvious palace or temple complex. This has led some to consider the Indus Valley civilization as egalitarian, however we know very little of the people who lived at Mohenjo-daro so such a statement is bold. Flooding of the Indus appears to have destroyed the city at least six times and new cities were built directly on top of the ruins of the previous ones. What caused the final abandonment is not clear but occurred around ~1800 BC and Mohenjo-dar was only rediscovered in 1922.

3. Petra Jordan
The inclusion of Petra may prove controversial as one can question whether it was really lost. It was certainly abandoned, but may have been very well known to locals. At any rate it was lost from Western knowledge for at least a thousand years. The ancient precursor of Listverse, Pliny the Elder, mentions Petra and it was taken into Roman rule in 103 AD. The city in the desert flourished until an earthquake destroyed the vital water system. With other cities available it seems it was easier to just abandon the site than rebuild. From then the site was left to the desert, attracting only curious travelers and grave robbers. Now it is one of the great archaeological sites in the Middle East. The city is half built and half carved from the red rocks of the hills it inhabits. The architecture is a fusion of Roman, Greek and native Nabataean. Really, no small text here can do credit to the remains of this city.

2. Troy Turkey
Sing, O Muse, the anger of Achilles son of Peleus…” So begins the Iliad of Homer, the foundational text of western literature. For all the importance placed in the Iliad it was for a long time thought that Troy was as mythical as Atlantis. Then in 1871 a self-taught classicist, Heinrich Schliemann, funded a dig at a mound in Hissarlik. There – where in ancient time a city called Ilium (named for the Iliad) had stood – they found huge defensive walls of the type described by Homer. As well as the walls of Troy, Schliemann discovered golden jewelry which he displayed as the jewels of Helen. This treasure was once thought lost after the Second World War but was in fact looted by the Soviets and can be found in the Pushkin museum. Modern excavations of the site have revealed the city to be large – large enough to be the basis of the ancient legend. They have also discovered the city was founded in around 3000 BC and destroyed multiple times. Each new city was built on the ruins of the last. There is a lively debate as to which of these layers might relate to the city besieged by the Greeks. Interestingly the mighty walls of the city would have far outstripped any siege weaponry available to the attackers at the time and therefore any siege would be protracted. This is just what the Iliad describes and explains the need for the trickery of the Trojan Horse.

1. Pompeii and Herculaneum Italy
There were some so afraid of death that they prayed to die.” So write Pliny the Younger of the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD. His uncle, the great elder Pliny, had taken the Roman fleet across the bay of Naples to rescue those people trapped at the foot of the volcano. The expedition would cost the elder Pliny his life as the towns of Pompeii and Herculaneum were smothered in ash. The ash, which destroyed so many lives, perfectly preserved the two towns for 1700 years. While we often think of the ancient Romans as inhabiting a flawless world of white marble Pompeii reveals a real town with many features we would recognize today. Political slogans are daubed on walls; “Vote for Lucius Popidius Sabinus!” There is also fruitier graffiti on toilet walls. A mural shows a riot that occurred around the cities amphitheater. The city has been a gold mine for archeologists and is a major tourist site. Unlike the other cities here you can still see some of the inhabitants. Dotted throughout the ruins are the ghostly, and in many cases ghastly, plaster casts of the dead whose bodies left hollows in the ash.

Top 10 video games

1. Half-Life (1998)
When it was first released in 1998, gamers knew that Half-Life was going to be a great game. At the time, however, we had no idea that it would change the first-person shooter genre forever. In an era when the world of shooters was dominated by online titles such as Quake II, Half-Life offered gamers an amazing story-based experience. Playing as Gordon Freeman, Half-Life felt more like taking the lead role in a well-written action movie. If not for Half-Life, one could say that we wouldn't have had other great story-based shooters, such as Medal of Honor and Call of Duty.

2. Starcraft (1998)
Often compared to the various Warcraft and Command and Conquer titles that preceded it, Starcraft had some pretty large anticipatory shoes to fill. While the debate raged as to whether Starcraft was the best real-time strategy (RTS) title up to that time, the fact remained that with Starcraft, Blizzard did a great job of sticking to the RTS formula that was heralded in by Warcraft and Command and Conquer. With a great multiplayer mode, Starcraft's single player (or campaign) mode was both long and compelling. Players could choose from one of three races: the insectlike Zerg, the interstellar "everymen" Terrans, and the high-tech Protoss. The gameplay itself was so addictive that players often played the game through three times just to experience it from the perspective of all three races.

3. The Sims (2000)
Released in 2000, The Sims, created by Maxis, took the gaming world by storm. Having experienced success with the various Sim City titles, The Sims was unique: rather than managing cities, players got to manage the lives of their onscreen counterparts--everything from bathroom breaks to waking up and going to work. While this sounds like torture to many of us, the game was extremely successful. Popular among women gamers, The Sims spawned a veritable deluge of offshoots.

4. Quake (1996)
One of the best-looking games ever to be released, Quake introduced us to true 3D gaming. In conjunction with the ascendance of graphics chip maker 3Dfx, with Quake, games became not only three-dimensional, their textures were also greatly improved. Gone were the days of hideous pixelated graphics and simple aim-and-shoot gameplay. In Quake, perspectives looked correct, nails from nail guns whizzed by your head, and the gameplay gave birth to the vaunted keyboard-and-mouse gaming combination that was needed to aim up, down, left, and right, all while moving your character forward and backward as well as strafing left or right. And let's not forget that with a soundtrack created specifically for the game by Trent Reznor from Nine Inch Nails, Quake also introduced us to the idea of mainstream artists making music for video games.

5. Madden NFL Football (immemorial)
Now, in its 17th year, the Madden NFL Football series is the king of all sports games. Not so much a game as a lifestyle, I don't think there's a man alive who hasn't played Madden. While each year has seen significant changes to the game, some years have been better than others. For instance, many critics seem to think that Madden 2005 is better than the recently released Madden 2006. That said, there's no doubt that Electronic Arts will experience success with Madden 2006. Additionally, the game's reach is so deep, before every Super Bowl, players are chosen from each team to compete in a game of Madden. Up until recently, the team whose player won the Madden game won the big game, too.

6. EverQuest (1999)
When you think of massive multiplayer online role-playing games (MMORPG), EverQuest shines as the king of the genre. Often referred to as "EverCrack," the game's addictive gameplay and extensive online community has led to people making a real-world living selling in-game artifacts on eBay and meeting on EverQuest servers and getting married in the real world.

7. Halo (2001)
Released in 2001, Halo had to be a lot of things. Not only did it have to be a good game (the Halo-hype machine was immense), it was also the flagship launch title for the recently released Xbox. In other words, Halo had to be compelling enough to get people to shell out $300 for an as-yet-unproven console. Fortunately for Microsoft, Halo was a success. Not only was it a genuinely fun game to play, fighting to save the world as the Master Chief, Halo did a great job of showing off the Xbox's technological capabilities.

8. Metal Gear Solid (1998)
At a time when all shooters were of the "grab a big gun and shoot the hell out of everything and everyone in the room" variety, Metal Gear Solid was a breath of fresh air. As the venerable Solid Snake, in Metal Gear Solid, players were required to use stealth to save the world from a group of terrorists that had gotten their hands on...uh...some weapons of mass destruction. Like many of the games in this list, leaks about the game were rampant and hype was through the roof. Fortunately, the game was so enjoyable that once the game was released, no one minded all the hype.

9. Grand Theft Auto III (2001)
When it first came out, Grand Theft Auto III (GTAIII) took the gaming world by storm. With open-ended environments that gave players a ton of freedom, you could enjoy the game without diving into its more shady aspects. But where's the fun in that? Unless you've been living in a cave, you already know that GTAIII is about stealing cars, killing people, sleeping with hookers, and many other things that make the Mature rating seem appropriate. While it's easy to get distracted by GTAIII's over-the-top sleaziness, the fact remains that the actual gameplay is actually fun.

10. The Legend of Zelda, Ocarina of Time (1998)
Originally released for the Nintendo 64 (N64), The Legend of Zelda, Ocarina of Time represents what a platformer is capable of being. With a ton of side missions, minigames, and compelling puzzle levels, Zelda has spawned a ton of sequels and a gang of copycats

Top 22 Off Page SEO Tools

1). Community Creation in Social Networking Sites
The most popular social networking sites like Orkut, Myspace, Facebook, Linked In, Ecademy, etc., and create a profile of your own. By doing this you can extend your network online.
2). Blog Creation & Blogging
Blog is the most powerful ways to promote your site business/company etc. promote your blog with blog directory..
3). Forum Postings
Create online forum discussion, and start a discussion or share topics with your friends.
4). Search Engine Submission
Submit your website to most popular search engines like Google, Yahoo, MSN, Altavista, Alexa, Lycos, Excite, etc .. Its Free..!
5). Directory Submission
Submit your websites to the top most directories like DMOZ, Yahoo Directory, ZoomInfo, One Mission, Pegasus, etc..! Its the powerfull way of site promotion..!
6). Social Bookmarking
Social Bookmarking is yet another powerful way of promoting your website. Creat a bookmark in different Bookmarking site. Like Digg, Delicious, StumbleUpon, Propeller, etc.
7). Link Exchange
Exchange links with service-related websites. that can help increase your link popularity, Its the major part of search engine ranking.
8). Link Baiting
You have copied/published another website's content in your blog/website. Don't forget to place their website link as a reference. his is another way to increase your link popularity.

9). Cross-Linking
This increases your internal link popularity ..!
10). Photo Sharing
Share your web site photos, product, Etc.
The major photo sharing sites like Flickr, Picasa, Photo Bucket, Picli, etc.11). Video Promotions
Like with photo sharing, you can publish/share your product videos, expert opinions, and reviews of your product and make them public in YouTube, Metacafe, Dailymotion, etc.
12). Business Reviews
Write reviews about others businesses & ask your friends /client.
13). Local Listings & Yellow Pages

14). Article Submission
15). Press Release Promotion
16). Classifieds Submission
17). Social Shopping Network
If you own an e-commerce website, this is a good strategy for advertising and easily branding your products for free. Submit your products to Google Product Search, Yahoo Online Shopping, MSN Online Shopping, and other major social shopping network sites.
18). Answers
19). Document Sharing
20) CSS, W3C & RSS Directories Submission
21). Widget / Gadget Development
22. PPC Ad Campaign
When none of the above strategies work for you, go for a PPC ad campaign with your targeted keywords. Remember that you have to pay to drive more traffic towards your website through PPC...!

Top Ten Most Expensive Cars in the World 2011

1. Bugatti Veyron Super Sports
Price: $2,400,000 ($2.40 million)
speed: 267mph.

2. Pagani Zonda Clinque Roadster
Price: $1,850,000 ($1.85 million)
speed: 217 mph.
3. Lamborghini Reventon
Price: $1,600,000 ($1.60 million)
speed: 211 mph.
3. Koenigsegg Agera R
Price: $1,600,000 ($1.60 million)
speed: 260 mph.

4. McLaren F1
Price: $970,000 ($0.97 million)
speed: 240 mph.
5. Ferrari Enzo
Price: $670,000 ($0.67 million)
speed : 217 mph.
6. Pagani Zonda C12F
Price: $667,321 ($0.66 million)
speed: 215mph+ and through this speed you can zoom 0-60 mph in just 3.5 seconds.
7. SSC Ultimate Aero
Price: $654,400 ($0.65 million)
speed: 257 mph
8. Ascari A10
Price: $650,000 ($0.65 million)
speed: 215 mph
9. Saleen S7 Twin Turbo
Price: $555,000 ($0.55 million)
speed: 248 mph
10. Koenigsegg CCX
Price: $545,568 ($0.55 million)
speed: 245 mph.

Top 10 Facebook users in the world

1. United States: 128,936,800

2. United Kingdom: 27,479,020

3. Indonesia: 26,792,780

4. Turkey: 23,199,180

5. France: 19,416,060

6. Italy: 16,858,340

7. Philippines: 15,935,880

8. Canada: 15,756,400

9. Mexico: 14,535,020

10. India: 12,608,840

Top Ten Most Beautiful Beaches in the World

10. Whitehaven beach, Australia
9. Tulum Beach, Mexico
8. Mnemba Lodge Beach, Tanzania
7. Lanikai Beach, Hawaii
6. Kondoi, Coral beach Okinawa, Japan
5. Horseshoe Bay Beach, Bermuda
4. Boracay Beach, Philippines

3. Anguilla Beach
Ranked first in the top 10 World Best beaches of 2005 by the Discovery Channel Travel and Adventure certainly not a nonsense. Anguilla has it all. Quiet, clean, modern, complete with little island life that really Carribean

2. Maldives Beach
The best calm beach in the world. Beautiful, quiet, modern and secluded. The very rare combination found on the beaches in the world. Welcome to Maldives.
1. Fernando De Noronha Beach, Brazil

World’s Top 10 Car Manufacturers Companies

No: 1 Toyota Motor Corporation
Head Office: Aichi, Japan

No: 2 General Motors Company
Head Office: Detroit, United States

No: 3 Volkswagen Group AG
Head Office: Wolfsburg, Germany

No: 4 Hyundai Kia Automotive Group
Head Office: Seoul, South Korea

No: 5 Ford Motor Company
Head Office: Dearborn, United States

No: 6 Nissan
Head Office: Yokohama, Japan

No: 7 Honda Motor Company
Head Office: Tokyo, Japan

No: 8 PSA Peugeot Citroën S.A.
Head Office: Paris, France

No: 9 Suzuki Motor Corporation
Head Office: Shizuoka, Japan

No: 10 Renault

Top 10 Android Phones

10. Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc S
9. LG Optimus 2X
8. LG Optimus 2X
7. HTC Sensation XL

6. HTC Sensation XE
5. Motorola Razr
4. Sony Xperia S
3. Samsung Galaxy Note
2. Samsung Galaxy S II i9100
1.HTC One X 

10 Fastest Trains In The World

1. CRH380A
The speed of the world’s fastest train is 302.8mph and is powered by 25 kV AC overhead electrical system. This China based train is manufactured by CSR Qingdao Sifang Locomotive and Rolling Stock Company. It can carry up to 494 passengers and its route is from Shanghai to Nanjing and Shanghai to Hangzhou.

2. TR-09
This German train uses magnetic levitation system. It can move at a speed of 279.5mph and is powered by 50-100kW electric current.

3. Shinkasen
It is Japan based train which can attain a max speed of 275.2mph. it is powered by 25,000 V AC electrification system. It is operating in Japan since 1964.

4. TGV Reseau
It has a top speed of 236.12mph and is powered by 25 kV AC, 1500 V DC electrification system. It is French train which can carry up to 377 passengers.

5. KTX 2
The manufacturer of this train is Hyundai Rotem but is operated by KOrail since 2009. Although, it can attain a top speed of 218mph but it operates around 190mph for security reason. It is powered by 25 kV/60 Hz AC Catenaries. It is a South-Korea based train.

6. THSR 700T
It is a Taiwan based train and can move up to a speed as high as 208mph (335.50 km/h). It can house 989 passengers and is powered by 25 kV/60 Hz AC electrification system.

7. AVE Talgo-350
Touching a speed as high as 205 mph, this train connects Madrid-Barcelona and Madrid-Valladolid. The origin of this train is in Spain and it uses 25 kV 50 Hz electrification systems.

8. Eurostar
It is a UK based train and carries about 900 passengers daily. It links UK and France and moves inside long channel tunnels. The max speed which can be attained by this train is around 199 mph. it is powered by 25 kV 50 Hz.

9. ETR-500
ETR stands for Elettero Treno Rapido and it operates in Italy since 1993. The max speed of this train is around 190 mph. it is powered by 3 kV DC, 25 kV 50 Hz AC and ETR-500 takes just 60 minutes to cover the distance from center of Bologna to Milan.

10. HSL 1
The top speed attained by this one is around 186 mph and it is operating in Belgium since December 1997. It is powered by 25 kV 50 Hz Ohle railway electrification systems.

Top 10 Blog Websites to Create Free Blogs

1. Blogger.com
Blogger is one of the most popular blog websites and now it is owned by Google. Blogger is a great starting site to get to know blogging and its user dashboard is very user friendly.

2. WordPress.com
WordPress is another major blog website besides blogger. With its own blogging platform WordPress, you can easily choose your favorite theme and blog layout.

3. Livejournal.com
Livejournal is not only a great blogging website but also a social networking website where you can search people by interests and school and participate in community discussions.

4. Blog.com
Blog.com offers free blog hosting with unlimited bandwidth for free members, more benefits for paid members.

5. Tumblr.com
Tumblr is a micro-blogging website where users can post text, images, videos, and more to their tumblelog.

6. Blogsome.com
Another blog website offering free web hosting for blogs. Blogsome is powered by wordpress

7. Opendiary.com
Offers unlimited storage and posts, low cost subscription rates for advanced features.

8. Blogetery.com
Blogetery is a blog website that offers you payment to write blogs. You will get 90% of the profit, which is much more higher than other sites.

9. Blogster.com
Blogster offers free blogs as well as free image hosting.

10. Weebly.com
Weebly is one of TIME’s 50 Best Websites, which has an easy, drag & drop interface to create your own website.

Top 10 Powerful armed forces in the World

Position: 1
Country: USA
Annual Defense Budget(USD): $515 Billion
Military Personnel: 1,385,000
Air Force Jets: 22700
Navy ships: 1600

Position: 2
Country: China
Annual Defense Budget(USD): $59 Billion
Military Personnel: 2255000
Air Force Jets: 2400
Navy ships: 760

Position: 3
Country: Russia
Annual Defense Budget(USD): $43 Billion
Military Personnel: 1245000
Air Force Jets: 6500
Navy ships: 525

Position: 4
Country: India
Annual Defense Budget(USD): $33 Billion
Military Personnel: 1325000
Air Force Jets: 1250
Navy ships: 145

Position: 5
Country: UK
Annual Defense Budget(USD): $53 Billion
Military Personnel: 195000
Air Force Jets: 2670
Navy ships: 140

Position: 6
Country: France
Annual Defense Budget(USD): $62 Billion
Military Personnel: 225000
Air Force Jets: 1700
Navy ships: 135

Position: 7
Country: Germany
Annual Defense Budget(USD): $46 Billion
Military Personnel: 25000
Air Force Jets: 1100
Navy ships: 130

Position: 8
Country: Brazil
Annual Defense Budget(USD): $24 Billion
Military Personnel: 287000
Air Force Jets: 1650
Navy ships: 80

Position: 9
Country: Japan
Annual Defense Budget(USD): $44 Billion
Military Personnel: 378000
Air Force Jets: 2700
Navy ships: 150

Position: 10
Country: Turkey
Annual Defense Budget(USD): $31 Billion
Military Personnel: 541000
Air Force Jets: 1530
Navy ships: 180


Here is my top 10 list of sexy Bollywood Actresses with pictures and description. Beautiful and multi-talented actresses. With lot of new faces in Bollywood, this list is not up to date. Enjoy the beautiful pictures of sexy Bollywood Actresses as they contribute so much to the Indian filmindustry and are paid well.

1. Katrina Kaif
Beautiful , elegant, charming and angelic would be the best adjectives to describe this beauty, Katrina Kaif. Born in Hong Kong but bred in Hawaii and London, Katrina Kaif comes from a family of seven sisters. Her mother is English and her father is a NRI originally from London. Her debut film was Boom which doomed in the box-office. Her Hindi diction is poor but she is making every effort to improve her Hindi.

2. Priyanka Chopra
Priyanka Chopra is a 26 year-old girl is the copybook success story. She spent the requisite gym-hours, became Miss World and entered Bollywood. Where she actually slogged it out and earned herself the applause.

3.Aishwarya Rai
Born in a traditional south Indian family, Aishwarya Rai started modelling at a young age. This green-blue eyed beauty stole ads for many prestigious firms, the ones which brought her into the limelight were the garden sari and the pepsi ad. Crowned Miss femina '94 runner up, she was a hot favorite to win the miss world title, which she did! Her beauty and charm made her India's darling.

4. Preity Zinta
Psychology graduate. Preity Zinta has won many awards for acting. Preity acts in just about one film a year. She made a special appearance in the film, Krrish, and while her screentime in Karan Johar's mammoth Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna is very little, she's one of the few to escape all the critical rants. She is goodlooking, smart, spontaneous and intelligent, producers sign her up easily in their films.

5. Kareena Kapoor
Since Kareena's debut in the 2000 film, Refugee, she has acted in nearly 30 films, majority of them bringing her critical success rather than commercial success. Despite this fact, she has emerged today as one of the top and most versatile actresses from the industry.

6. Sushmita sen
Sushmita Sen made India proud as he won the Miss Universe crown in 1994. She was 19 then. She displayed great maturity when asked about the after feel of winning the crown. According to her, she told that it was more a responsibility than glamour alone
7. Deepika Padukone
8. Bipasha Basu
9. Riya sen
10. Mallika Sherawat

Top 10 Richest Countries in the World

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