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Listen And Download Devarajan Master Hit Songs

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01 PRALAYA PAYODHIYIL 02 VENCHANDRALEKHA 03 ELANJI POOMANAM 04 ANUMODHANATHINTE 05 ULLASAPOOTHIRIKAL 06 INDRAVALLARI 07 ELAVANOOR 08 ANUPAME AZHAKE 09 DEVALOKHA 10 ASHADAM MAYAGI 11 BHOOMIDEVI 12 CHAKRAVARTHINI 13 KALLAYI PUZHAYIRU 14 NADHABRAHMATHIL 15 AMBALAKULANGARE 16 VANDI PUKAVANDI 17 EDAYA KANYAKE 18 KATTUCHEMBAKAM 19 KASTHOORI THAILAMITTA 20 VIROLONNU MUTTIYAL 21 AKASA POYKAYILUNDORU 22 AAMALAR POYKAYIL 23 KATTUPOOKKAL 24 VARANONDU 25 MANDACHARE 26 NANDANAVANIYIL 27 MUNGI MUNGI 28 PUNARJANMAM 29 ARAMULA BHAGAVATHI 30 ETHU KADALILO 31 URUGI URUGI 32 PADMARAGA 33 MANATHE MANDAKINI 34 CHANDRODHAYATHILE 35 KIZHAKKU 36 KUNNIN PURATHORU 37 THAMARAKULAKADAVIL 38 AKKARE AKKARE

Devarajan master Hits EDAYA KANYAKE

Devarajan Master Hits 03 ELANJI POOMANAM

Yaamam –

yathra chodikkayayi –

Ellaavarkum Thimiram…! by Murukan Kattakkada

Kanaka Munthirikal – Punaradhivasam

Ardramee dhanumasa ravukalonnil

Aanandha Dhaara…! by Balachandran Chullikad

Sandarshanam… ! by Balachandran Chullikad

Ravana puthri...malayalam Kavitha

renuka -Malayalm Kavitha by Murugan Kattakada

Baby Ligers: Lion And Tiger Hybrids Born In Taiwan, Zoo May Face Fines For Crossbreeding Protected Species

Eating chocolate cuts heart failure risk among women

LONDON- Eating bits of chocolate occasionally can help protect women from heart failure. However, daily consumption seems to negate its positive benefits.
In a first ever nine-year study involving 31,823 Swedish women, researchers looked at the link between quantity of high-quality dark chocolate eaten and the risk of heart failure.
They found that women who ate an average of one to two servings of high-quality chocolate per week had a 32 percent lower risk of developing heart failure, reports the Telegraph.
Those who had one to three servings per month had a 26 percent lower risk, but those who ate at least one serving daily or more didn’t appear to benefit from a protective effect against heart failure, said the journal Circulation: Heart Failure.
Murray Mittleman, who led the study, said the lack of a protective effect among women eating chocolate daily was probably due to the additional calories gained from eating chocolate instead of more nutritious foods.
Mittleman, the director of t…

Don't eat me - I'm absolutely tasteless!

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Spencer Glacier

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Baltic Sea,Gulf of Riga, Ikla

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Baltic Sea,Gulf of Riga, Ikla

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Baltic Sea,Gulf of Riga, Ikla

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Beautiful naaa.....!!!!!!!!!

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Horseshoe Bend, Page, Arizona

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Moving rock, Racetrack Playa, Death Valley, California.

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Household Hack Pack!

Grandmother's Guide to Video Chat

Colorful street lights bokeh, Kyoto, Japan.

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Swans in the skies over Hokkaido Japan. More at http://www.dave.jp Shot during the MBP Hokkaido Wildlife Photography Tour

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Eclipse Clip "They'll Be Here In Four Days" Official (HD)

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Monsoon

Mystery of how sharks smell blood a quarter mile away 'solved'

Scientists claim to have finally solved the mystery of how sharks can smell a drop of blood in the ocean a quarter of a mile away.

A team at Florida University has found that sharks' noses use "smell stereo" to detect tiny delays —— no more than half a second long —— in the time that odours take to reach one nostril compared to the other.

And, according to the scientists, when the hunters experience such a lag, they will turn towards whichever side picked up the scent first, the Daily Mailreported.

The scientists have based their findings on laboratory tests on eight smooth dogfish and one small grey—brown shark.

They fitted headgear consisting of two tubes to the sharks in a 50 litre tank of seawater and then delivered bursts of marinated squid to each nostril in turn, and found that the fish rely on a combination of directional cues, based on scent and the flow of water, to keep themselves orientated and find what they are looking for.

If the delay between the scent re…

Vinnaithandi Varuvaya - Review

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First, we must thank Goutham Vasudev Menon for giving a refreshing and feel good cinema in the era of useless action masala. Vinnaithandi Varuvaya is really a pure magic and works a lot with the viewers who easily identify their own flashback or current memories while watching the lead pair.


Karthik (Simbu), a Tamil Hindu mechanical engineer with the dreams of making films, meets Jessy (Trisha), a Malayalee Christian girl, who is an IT professional. And yes.. it is love at first sight! She lives on the top floor with her strict father (Babu Antony), mother and an aggressive brother, while Karthik and his family have rented out the lower portion of their house. Karthik's passionate wooing melts Jessy, who finally succumbs to his ardent love. But her family and religion stands in the way of true love. Whats happening for their love is explained in a different way in the climax.

Silambarasan... a great performer! He is really awesome and has done his role with fantastic touch. His way …

Amazing Accident photos

Really Intresting

Ghost....!!!

Make Hot Ice..... Crazy...!!!

E - Waste The Upcoming Threat Beware....!!!!

Developing countries face increasing environmental and health hazards from electronic waste unless toxic materials are collected and recycled properly, according to a United Nations report released on Monday.

The report highlights the problem of recycling and salvaging procedures in poorer countries, often in unsafe conditions by unregulated operators. Sales of electronic devices are set to rise sharply in the next 10 years, particularly in emerging economies such as China and India, the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) said.

According to report, titled Recycling - from E-Waste to Resources, the world produces about 40 million tons of waste from electronic devices, known as e-waste, every year.

"Managing this waste has become not just important, it has become absolutely urgent," UNEP Executive Director Achim Steiner said at a news conference.

Experts said exposure to toxic chemicals from e-waste - including lead, cadmium, mercury, chromium and polybrominated biphen…

Nokia launched cheapest 3G phone @ Rs 4,499

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Nokia has launched 2730 classic, the cheapest Nokia 3G phone in India. The Nokia 2730 classic has fast 3G internet access so you can stay on top of events, keep up with email and connect with friends right from your phone.


Nokia 2730 classic is available in black and dark magenta colours and priced at Rs 4,499. Nokia 2730 classic is Nokia Life Tools compatible.

Key Features

Classic
Series 40
Size: 2.0"
Resolution: 320 x 240 pixel (QVGA)
2 megapixel camera with 4x digital zoom
Numeric keypad
MicroUSB connector, USB 2.0
3.5 mm Nokia AV connector
MicroSD memory card slot with hot swap, max. 2 GB
30 MB internal dynamic memory
Bluetooth version 2.0
Support for PC synchronisation with Nokia PC Suite
Opera mini browser
OviMail
Nokia Maps application
Music player
FM stereo radio with RDS support
Voice recorder
Digital stereo microphone
Java™ MIDP 2.0
Flash Lite 2.0
Ovi Share
Ovi Contacts
Windows Live Messenger (MSN)
Support for e-mail attachments
Nokia Xpress audio messaging

( Sales pac…

Car Racing Game with 3D Graphics for Nokia Phones

Polarbit and Ovi Store have decided to offer free games for a limited time. Raging Thunder, a Car racing game with 3D graphics is one of them.
Raging Thunder is a gut-churning, tyre burning racer giving you control over the most extreme muscle cars in the world! Race against time, CPU controlled opponents or up to three other speed addicts in this fast paced and exhilarating coin-op style racing game featuring the most breathtaking 3D graphics on your smartphone. This game is now available on Ovi store to free download. Raging Thunder is compatible with Nokia 5800, N97, N97 Mini, X6, 5230 or 5530.
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Nokia 5233 -Symbian 3.2 inch full touchscreen @ Rs.7500.

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Nokia 5233 is now available in India. This phone is priced around Rs.7500.
Nokia 5233 is the twin brother of Nokia 5230 but lacking 3G. This phone is a cheap alternative to Nokia 5800 XpressMusic which boasts of 3G,Wi-Fi and 3.2 MP Camera. Nokia 5800 XpressMusic is now availble at Rs. 13750 with 8 GB microSDHC card and Connectivity Cable. Both the accessories are not available with Nokia 5230 and 5233.


Key Features

2 megapixel camera3.2 inch full touchscreenMedia Bar for one-touch access to all your songs.33 hours music play back.10 songs free of your choice from over 30,00,00 songs at the Nokia Music Store.Standard 3.5 mm AV connectors.Up to 16 GB expandable memory.2G and A-GPSInnovative Contacts bar on the homescreen for easy access to up to 20 close friends and their emails, phone calls, photos or social media updates. --
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Airtel Super GPRS Pack - 2GB free @ Rs.98

Airtel offer a special GPRS pack for its prepaid subscribers inclusive of a free 2 GB download for 30 days and priced at Rs 98. But you have to pay 30 p / 50 KB 2 GB after data usage.You can use GPRS all day with same tariff.
Activation procedure:
DIAL *567*11# to activate GPRS in your MobileThen recharge Rs 98 and use GPRS.DIAL *123*10# to know balance amount

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Virgin Mobile GSM Tariff Plans In Details

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