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Using office 2007 professional

Hi guys...most of you must be using the Microsoft Office 2007, especially Microsoft Office 2007 Professional. I am running a small business, supplying handicrafts in bulk to retailers, procuring them from manufacturers based across India. You can't believe about how I operate my business! I have only two staff as my manpower and my real strength is my three computers installed with office 2007 professional.

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Using office 2007 professional

Hi guys...most of you must be using the Microsoft Office 2007, especially Microsoft Office 2007 Professional. I am running a small business, supplying handicrafts in bulk to retailers, procuring them from manufacturers based across India. You can't believe about how I operate my business! I have only two staff as my manpower and my real strength is my three computers installed with office 2007 professional.

Very easy to work with, the Office 2007 professional edition has unlimited facilities, keeping me organized in the most professional manner, saving my time. I could efficiently focus my efforts on sales, marketing, and customers from one place, i.e. from my computer. I am also able to store my private business data without the least of tension in the most secured manner. Achieving results I want more quickly and easily is just the clicking of the mouse and the utilities are just too many! At times I also use my PC for gaming and the gaming experience is just superb!

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No Layoffs at Microsoft, and a Round-up of other Recent Comments

NO LAYOFFS: first, I think it's fair to give some time to comments in the last post that wanted to absolutely dismiss any sort of Microsoft layoff rumor, starting off from one from 12/28/2008 (various comments edited to be condensed a bit):NO LAYOFFS @microsoftYes, Executives are looking for measures to cut cost. And that can be done without any layoffs. Current hiring rate is slow at MS and considering the natural attrition, we will have lesser workforce at the end of FY09.We are not immune to recession and our bottom line will see a hit for few quarters. We expect a full recovery by FY10 Q3. We are very optimistic that this recession is an opportunity for us and we will play our cards well. Urge all Microsoft employees to stay focus and keep doing the great work. You will hear more from SteveB soon on his plans. Thank you !!and another from 12/27/2008:For the last time folks -- THERE ARE NO LAYOFFS HAPPENINGS IN JANUARY..[...] beyond Jan...well we dont have a crystal ball -- but…

Iranian Energy Minister meets PM Gilani

Awaz Apni ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani has said that Pakistan attaches great importance to its brotherly relations with Iran which are rooted in common history, culture, geography and faith.

The Prime Minister expressed these views while talking to Iranian Minister for Energy Parviz Fattah, who called on him here at the Prime Minister House on Monday.

Talking about the regional situation, the Prime Minister reiterated Pakistan's stance of not allowing its soil to be used against other countries for any terrorist activities.

He said Pakistan always strived for peaceful co-existence with all its neighbours and expected the same from them as well.

He further said that sincere global efforts are required to confront collectively the scourge of terrorism instead of blaming Pakistan which has made immense sacrifices in this war.

Expressing satisfaction over the bilateral relations between the two countries, the Prime Minister underscored the need for further promoting …

Pak, India should to calm tension by dialogues

Awaz Apni ISLAMABAD: President Asif Ali Zardari on Monday said Pakistan wants peace and stability in the region and wants to promote friendly ties with all its neighbours including India.

The President was talking to the visiting Special Envoy and Vice Foreign Minister of China, Mr. He Yafei, who called on him here and exchanged views on the current situation in the region.

President Zardari said Pakistan wishes to resolve all its disputes with India in a peaceful manner.

“Pakistan offered assistance and cooperation to India to investigate the Mumbai incident and displayed restraint and conciliation. Our constructive proposals were aimed at sustained and pragmatic cooperation to deal with the problem of terrorism”, he added.

The President agreed on the need to avoid further vitiation of the atmosphere, adding, Pakistan and India need to engage in dialogue to address their differences.

He, regretted that instead of responding to Pakistan’s positive gestures, India had engaged in a blame gam…

Pak wants good relations with neighbors: Gilani

Awaz Apni ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani on Monday reiterated Pakistan's firm resolve for maintaining good relations with all its neighbours.

He, however, regretted the fact that only elements inimical to cordial Pakistan-India ties and terrorists had benefited from the situation which revolved in the aftermath of Mumbai tragedy.

The Prime Minister was talking to He Yafie, Chinese Vice Minister for Foreign Affairs who called on him here at the PM House today.

The Prime Minister termed the menace of terrorism as a global phenomenon with Pakistan being its worst affectee.

He reaffirmed his government's determination to persist in its efforts to eradicate this menace and called for collective actions by all the countries in the region.

The Prime Minister stated that Pakistan desired de-escalation of tension with India and hoped that these sentiments would be reciprocated by the Indian leadership, as well.

Dilating upon the Pakistan-China bilateral relations, the Prim…

Vice Foreign Minister of China call on COAS

Awaz Apni ISLAMABAD: He Yafei, vice Foreign Minister of China held separate meetings with army leadership and Advisor for Prime Minister on Interior Rehman Malik on Monday.

He was also called on COAS General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani at GHQ and discussed matters of mutual interest.

The COAS highlighted the need to de-escalate and avoid conflict in the interest of peace and security in the region.

Saleem Raza named Governor State Bank

Awaz Apni KARACHI: Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani has appointed senior banker Syed Saleem Raza as the new Governor of the State Bank of Pakistan, the prime minister house sources said. The central bank governor Dr Shamshad Akhtar has decided to step down from Jan. 1, 2009, on completion of her three-year term, a spokesman of the bank earlier said. Shamshad Akhtar took over as central bank governor on Jan. 2, 2006.

Bangladesh holds first election since 2001

Awaz Apni DHAKA: Bangladesh went to the polls under tight security Monday in the first elections here since 2001, with a pair of former leaders and bitter rivals vying to reclaim power in the impoverished nation.

The vote will restore democracy to the south Asian country after two years of caretaker rule by an army-backed interim government, installed after a wave of political violence prevented the last scheduled elections.

Thousands queued at polling stations in thick early morning fog, with hundreds of thousands of police and soldiers deployed to avert clashes between rival supporters and feared attacks by Islamic extremists.

Despite attempts by the caretaker regime to shake up a political system long seen as deeply corrupt, the two leading candidates are fierce rivals who have ruled alternately since 1991.

Sheikh Hasina Wajed of the Awami League and Khaleda Zia of the Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) both wooed voters with last-minute promises of lower food prices, action against Is…

Pak still waits for 'Rab Ne' & 'Ghajini's' release

Awaz Apni Karachi: The suspension of the Indo-Pak peace process after the Mumbai Terror attacks has left the Pakistani film distributors, exhibitors and cinema owners worried about their business, which was thriving on the Bollywood flicks.

These exhibitors, distributors and theatre owners were one of the biggest beneficiaries of the peace process, as part of which the Pakistan Government had lifted a 42-year ban on the exhibition of Indian films in cinema halls here in 2007.

With relations between the two countries taking a nosedive and the peace process suspended after the Mumbai attacks on November 26, the release of the latest Bollywood movies has been stopped in Pakistan.

"There is nothing officially conveyed to us but the Censor and Culture Ministry have not cleared any new Indian films for release after the Mumbai incident," said Nadeem Mandviwalla, a well-known distributor and owner of Nishat cinema in Karachi.
Pakistani film goers-were eagerly awaiting for the two of th…

'Ghajini' has unprecedented start, collects over 10 cr

Awaz Apni Mumbai: The keenly-anticipated ‘Ghajini’ fetched the biggest start ever, shattering the record held by ‘Singh Is Kinng’ and ‘Golmaal Returns’, the two big openers of 2008. The paid previews were packed to capacity on Wednesday night and the film ran to almost 100% response screens throughout the country on Thursday. Studio 18, the distributors of the film, were in for a pleasant surprise. Having released two of the biggest openers this year – ‘Singh Is Kinng’ and ‘Golmaal Returns’ -- and also one of the biggest openers of 2007 [‘Welcome’], the couldn't believe their eyes when they saw the figures pouring in from all over. Exhibitors across the country were going into raptures, stressing on the cent per cent occupancy on Wednesday night [paid previews] and also Thursday [Christmas]. This writer was in constant touch with several exhibitors, who couldn't hide their excitement. The common feedback is, the crowd was uncontrollable, that the crowd inside and outside their…

Obama, Rice discuss Gaza strikes

Awaz Apni WASHINGTON: President-elect Barack Obama spoke with Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice on Saturday about the violence in Gaza, which has left as many as 228 people dead, two transition aides told media."The president-elect appreciated the call and the information from Secretary Rice," one aide said, adding that Obama initiated the eight-minute phone call. "He will continue to closely monitor these and other global events."Israeli airstrikes pounded targets in Hamas-ruled Gaza on Saturday and continued into the night, retaliating against Palestinian militants who have been escalating rocket attacks against southern Israel. The fighting sparked eight days after a six-month Egypt-brokered cease-fire between Hamas and Israel expired.Obama has pledged to make Middle East peace a priority from the beginning of his presidency. Arabs are calling for a more even-handed approach than the Bush administration, but Israel is expecting Obama to stay true to the pro-I…

Death tally in Israel air strike mounts to 230, over 700 injured

Awaz Apni GAZA CITY: As instructed by its political leadership, the Israeli army continued its military offensive against the Gaza Strip and shelled further targets raising the number of deaths among the residents to 230, and at least 700 residents were wounded, dozens seriously. The Qatar-based news Agency said that the simultaneous and ongoing Israeli strikes also targeted a mosque, the Palestinian Ministry of Detainees, and dozens of civilian homes and facilities. At least 40 security centers were simultaneously hit; some centers were repeatedly hit which increased the number of casualties as the residents and medics rushed to evacuate the wounded and the casualties before the Israeli force struck the same targets againAL Shifa hospital in Gaza, the main hospital in central Gaza, is overloaded with killed and wounded residents. Dr. Hasan Khalaf, head of the hospital, said that the hospital had to use some ordinary rooms as primitive intensive care units due to the large number of …

Shamshad Akhtar stepping down

Awaz Apni KARACHI: The central bank governor is stepping down this week at the end of her three-year term, a State Bank of Pakistan spokesman said on Monday.

"Dr Shamshad Akhtar has informed the government of her decision to step down ... effective Jan. 1, 2009, on completion of her three-year term," said spokesman Syed Wasimuddin.

Shamshad Akhtar took over as central bank governor on Jan. 2, 2006.

Wasimuddin said Akhtar's replacement would be announced when the government had notified the bank of its decision.

According to reports Syed Saleem Raza, the chief executive of the Pakistan Business Council, was scheduled to meet Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani and would become governor.

Analysts said there had been speculation Akhtar would stay on to oversee an International Monetary Fund (IMF) programme agreed last month.

The IMF approved a $7.6 billion loan for two years for Pakistan in November to help the country avert a balance of payments crisis.

Pranab rules out giving ultimatum to Pakistan

Awaz Apni NEW DELHI: Indian external affairs minister Pranab Mukherjee Sunday ruled out giving of any ultimatum to Pakistan following Mumbai violence, however, he reiterated India’s demand that Pakistan should take action against people whose names had been provided to it.According to an Indian TV channel, Pranab Mukherjee said Pakistan will be provided all the evidence after India completes the investigation into Mumbai attacks.

Israeli air force attacks Gaza, 195 reported killed

Awaz Apni GAZA CITY: Israeli air force fired about 30 missiles at targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds and killing more than 195 people, Arab media reported.The Israeli military confirmed they had conducted strikes, saying they targeted "terrorist infrastructure."Television footage showed dead bodies scattered on a road and wounded and dead being carried away by distraught rescuers. There was widespread damage to buildings.More than 155 people were killed and 200 were wounded in the attacks, Al Jazeera TV said, citing the head of the Gaza ambulance service.Hamas police spokesman Islam Shahwan said a police compound in Gaza City had been hosting a graduation ceremony for new personnel when it was attacked. Police chief Tawfiq Jabber was among the dead, the radio said."I'm afraid we have at least 40 dead," Shahwan said.Uniformed bodies lay in a pile and the wounded writhed in pain, television pictures showed. Rescuers …

Benazir Bhutto Assassination at a glance

Assassination of Benazir Bhutto
The assassination of Benazir Bhutto occurred on December 27, 2007 in Rawalpindi, Pakistan. Bhutto, twice Prime Minister of Pakistan (1988–1990; 1993–1996) and then-leader of the opposition Pakistan Peoples Party, had been campaigning ahead of elections due in January 2008. She was shot at after a political rally at Liaquat National Bagh; a suicide bomb was detonated immediately following the shooting. She was declared dead at 18:16 local time (13:16 UTC), at Rawalpindi General Hospital. At least 23 other people were killed by the bombing. Shortly after her return from exile two months earlier, she survived a similar attempt on her life that killed at least 139 people.Though early reports indicated that she had been hit by shrapnel or the gunshots, the Pakistani Interior Ministry initially stated that Bhutto died of a skull fracture sustained when the force of the explosion caused her head to strike the sunroof of the vehicle. Bhutto's aides rejected …

Benazir at a glance

Benazir Bhutto (Sindhi: بينظير ڀٽو, Urdu: بینظیر بھٹو, [beːnəziːɾ bɦʊʈːoː]) (21 June 1953 – 27 December 2007) was a Pakistani politician who chaired the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), a centre-left political party in Pakistan. Bhutto was the first woman elected to lead a Muslim state,[5] having twice been Prime Minister of Pakistan (1988–1990; 1993–1996). She was Pakistan's first and to date only female prime minister.
Bhutto was the eldest child of former prime minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, a Pakistani of Sindhi descent and Shia Muslim by faith, and Begum Nusrat Bhutto, a Pakistani of Iranian-Kurdish descent, similarly Shia Muslim by faith. Her paternal grandfather was Sir Shah Nawaz Bhutto, who came to Larkana District in Sindh before the independence from his native town of Bhatto Kalan, in the Indian state of Haryana.
Bhutto was sworn in as Prime Minister for the first time in 1988 at the age of 35, but was removed from office 20 months later under the order of then-president Ghu…

Watch and Download Ghajini 2008 bollywood online movie

Watch and Download Ghajini 2008 bollywood movie online for free on Awaz Apni starring Aamir Khan, Asin, Jiah Khan

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Ghajini Part 03



Ghajini Part 04


Ghajini Part 05



Ghajini Part 06


Ghajini Part 07



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Language
Hindi
Genre
Thriller
Shooting Locations (City & Country)
Namibia
Shooting Studios
Filmcity
Filmistan
Producer
Tagore Madhu
Madhu Mantena
Director
A.R. Murugadoss
Star Cast
Aamir Khan...... Sanjay Singhania
Asin...... Kalpana
Jiah Khan...... Sunita
Pradeep Rawat
Khalid Siddiqui
Cassettes and CD's on
T-Series
Singers
Javed Ali
Sonu Nigam
Suzanne D'Mello
Benny Dayal
Shreya Ghosal
Karthik
Pravin Mani
Lyricist
Prasoon Joshi
Music Director
A R Rahman
Cinematography
Ravi K. Chandran
Choreograph

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