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Bussiest Week::

One of the bussiest week I had, No MSN, YAHOO, rarelly get to check my mails..Still on my Project Desk grilling AnderSon Davis course from ASP to a client based javascript and Convertin it to AICC compliance course. I do like the Project cause its the first project of its kind. Thankfull to all my friends out here (Ronnie,Ashish,Irfan, Zubin,Raffique,Saif,Nikhil) without whome contributions I culdnt be able to do it.

I am waiting for the upcoming movie "the TERMINAL" ::The
Terminal was a film I was greatly looking forward to. I’ve always had an affection for Steven Spielberg.while I would call him the greatest film maker of all time , he is my sentimental favorite and probably always will be.

The idea of another team effort between he and Tom Hanks was incredibly appealing as both of their previous collaborations (the stirring World War II epic Saving Private Ryan and the breezy Catch Me if You Can) were outstanding.

Reading This week : JACK : Straight from Gut.Jack Welch may be the most talked about and widely emulated manager in business history. He's used his own uncanny instincts and unique leadership strategies to run GE, the most complex organization in the world, increasing its market value by more than $400 billion over two decades.

Current song: " Dil dhoondhta hai fhir wahi.."
Current Mood : " sea-Wave"


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