Movie Review: Rang De Basanti

This is gonna be nice movie I guess. Basically, a women from England comes to India to make a documentary about her grandfather’s diary which was written in the 1920s about the Indian Independence with five young men… It is director by Rakesh Mehra. It will feature Aamir Khan, Atul Kulkarni , Arjun Rampal , and Kunal Kapoor etc. Note sure bit my firend told me that this movie may be available in English version and it may be called paint it yellow.

I will update you guys later on movie… Sorry folks I was busy. Yup, go and watch movie it is really nice one.

Rang de basanti

King – Kong – Amateur team claims It found signs of Bigfoot in kerala India

King - Kong - Amateur team claims It found signs of Bigfoott

It look like Peter Jackson’s king kong movie giant character was true. A team of amateur claims it found signs of Bigfoot. They found the footprints of a giant man who had shoe size of 29″. According to them giant was:

  • Weighted over 400Kg
  • May have been as tall as 17 ft
  • Full grown male had 29 inch foot print
  • Footprint found at Karalmanna, kerala, India.

If I considering any average height of male (5 ftp 6/” 6ft +) today it was really a giant. S R Krishnaswamy the man who lead the team said that “This is a site where many unknown geological, archaeological and anthropological facts lie buried”. I guess carbon dating and other scientific method may through some light in coming days. Only after detailed analysis, we can accept stories regarding giant and his Bigfoot.

Times of India has more information: King Kong in Kerala

We are the web

Ten years ago the World Wide Web came into being for most of us, and
Wired Magazine is marking what has been a remarkable decade of life
changing technology with a series of articles in its August issue. Today we see blogs, wikipedia, open source projects, peer-to-peer networks behold the power of the people.
It may seem obvious now, but those who first imagined the Web had an
uphill battle to persuade people that it was possible – and would be
useful. Kevin Kelly’s “We Are the Web” details the public and
democratic nature of what we now rely on daily. And guess what by 2015 everyone alive will (on average) write a song, author a book, make a video, craft a weblog, and code a program. 175,000 books were published and more than 30,000 music albums were released in the US last year and at the same time 14 million blogs lauanced worldwide. Sure we are the web and future seems to be bright!