Get Apple Mac OS X Theme for Windows 7

Some of the apple Mac appearance lovers will love to see, if they had a option to change their windows look like apple. Here is the chance to change. i found this when i try for my windows from

Mac OS X Lion theme for windows 7 developed by a DeviantART member, David Pieron

The theme can be installed in two ways –

  1. Manually by replacing files and
  2. Automatic with a 1-Click installer.

Please note that you’ll need to install Custopack in order to use the 1-click installer. Grab both the windows 7 theme and Custopack below:

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Beautiful TV anchors in Indian News media

Sometimes you get more interested to see the news channel than ever before. i think it may ’cause of this too:-) yeah!! i do this and guess you too.. I am going to list the pretty cool anchors of news channel in India.
the list is not by ranking!!

1. Sonia Shenoy of CNBC TV18

Sonia Shenoy is the beautiful anchor of CNBC TV 18. She is very famous for her Smile.

Twitter Profile: Financial markets anchor, CNBC TV18. Auto, aviation and real estate analyst. Travel junkie. Goonerette. Tweets are personal. No endorsements , no plugs.

Click here for her Twitter Profile

Her recent pic from Twitter >

More info:

Sonia Shenoy is one of the most popular news analysts with CNBC-TV 18 having an experience of more than five years. Born in the year 1987, she is a senior research analyst and financial markets anchor for the channel. Shenoy analyses and anchors prime-time financial programs like ‘Bazaar Morning CALL’, ‘NSE Closing Bell’ and ‘Markets and Macros’. She has also co-anchored other shows like ‘Markets Today’ a daily stock of the financial fluctuations and global market events; and ‘Taking Stock’ – a weekend stock market program which is a wrap-up of the trading action for the entire week. Read more

2.Mitali Mukherjee

 Mitali Mukherjee has been with CNBC-TV18 for 5  years. She leads the market coverage for the channel  as News Editor, Markets

Mitali Mukherjee was part of Network 18’s business channel CNBC TV 18 for the last ten years. As Markets editor she anchored the channel’s flagship show Bazaar for close to a decade. She was also the face behind several series like ‘Wealth Creators’, ‘the power of change’ with Idea Cellular , ‘Classroom’ a pioneering show on retail education and several investor initiatives organised across the nation.

Mitali Mukherjee has been associated with the world of television journalism for 14 years now. She has worked on documentaries with the BBC, India’s national broadcaster Doordarshan and Headlines Today , part of the TV Today group.

Mitali Mukherjee is a gold medallist from the Indian Institute of Mass Communication , JNU and a gold medallist in Political Science from Delhi university.

3. Ayesha Faridi

Ayesha Faridi is an anchor for the Indian business news channel ET Now.

She is a journalist by training, having graduated from Delhi University…
Prior to joining CNBC TV18, she has worked as a reporter and producer with the BBC World Service and MTV India.
She was an Anchor and Researcher at CNBC-TV18 and also headed the news ticker team. She recently ( May 2010) joined ET Now.

4. Sagarika Ghose

Found a good photo of her from facebook profile.

11224114_10153231680088131_8100555499618372177_n.jpgSagarika Ghose has been a journalist for 20 years, starting her career with The Times of India. Sagarika Ghose is an Indian journalist, news anchor and author. She has been a journalist since 1991 and has worked at The Times Of India, Outlook and The Indian Express. She was the deputy editor and a prime time anchor on the news network CNN-IBN – Wikipedia

Sagarika Ghose was honoured with the Great FLO Women Award.

Sagarika Ghose Twitter Profile

Sagarika Ghose on Facebook

Sagarika Ghose Wikipedia Profile


5. Naghma Saher

She started her career in the television media as a reporter in 1999. Before that she had a brief stint as a print journalist with Asian Age.
A shy person by nature, Naghma was into academics and coming face to face with million of viewers was certainly not something she planned for herself.
She joined NDTV in 2003 and has since been anchoring primetime news on NDTV India while also reporting on important events. Covering stories that touch human lives has been Naghma’s forte. On her talk show, Salaam Zindagi, she gets to use her natural sensitivity while handling stories of courage and success. She now hosts International Agenda, a presentation on International news and Indian defence policies towards world nations.
Today, she is a known face on NDTV. From print journalism to broadcast journalism, this lady has come a long way. An anchor of several prime time shows, Naghma has also worked with the United Nations Population Council and the Centre for Social Research (CSR) – an NGO which focuses on women issues.

Her job description includes analysing macro/micro market related trends, company fundamentals, investigative and sector based reports, general financial news, present summary capsules, liaisons with traders, bankers, economists for inputs. Ayesha has also hosted events like the prestigious India Economic Conclave, Investor Camp, ET Now’s Market Summit, Chartbusters, Market Sense and Closing Trades. Ayesha joined ET Now in May 2010 – Wikipedia

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6. Richa Anirudh

7. Shaili Chopra – Ndtv

8. Shireen Bhan – CNBC TV18

Shireen Bhan CNBC TV anchor India



Managing Editor, CNBC-TV18. Series Editor of Young Turks, one of India’s longest running shows that puts the spotlight on bright ideas & young entrepreneurs


Her Twitter Profile:

Shereen Bhan has an experience of 15 years, 14 of which were spent in tracking corporate, policy news and events that defined the business landscape in India. She began her career working as a news-researcher forKaran Thapar in his production house Infotainment Television. She joined UTV’s News and Current Affairs division and produced shows like We the People for Star TV and Line of Fire for SAB TV. She joined CNBC-TV18 in December 2000


9. Ambika Anand, editor in chief, fashion at NDTV.


Ambika Anand (born 15 September 1980) is an Indian TV anchor and the editor in chief, fashion at NDTV Good Times, the lifestyle channel of NDTV. She completed her schooling from Delhi Public School & graduation from Jesus and Mary College, Delhi University.Ambika Anand earned a Diploma Degree in Economics from the Cardiff Business School. Ambika joined NDTV in December 2002 and worked for their show India Business Report, a weekly programme that was produced for the BBC. After close to two years of working with NDTV, she went and worked for the Department of Communication of the International Labour Organisation, Geneva. In December 2005, she rejoined NDTV and worked on several programmes in her capacity as reporter and anchor, including Hot Property, Boss’s Day.

10. Shaili Chopra – ET NOW

Shaili Chopra - Indian Tv anchor Book writer

Shaili CHopra Indian TV anchor





A familiar face on TV, Shaili Chopra is an award-winning business news anchor with nearly twelve years of experience in television anchoring, reporting and writing columns. She is the Business Editor for Tehelka, writes a popular golf column ‘Tee Off With Shaili Chopra’ for the DNA. Until September 2012, Shaili was the Senior Editor and Lead Female Anchor at ET Now, the Economic Times Business News Channel.

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11. Puja Bhardwaj – NDTV India

12. Avantika Singh – Headlines Today

13. Charitra singh – ndtv profit

14. Jyotsna mohan – ndtv 24×7

15. Mayuri dongre – star news

16. Sikta deo – ndtv india

17. Rucha jain – ndtv india

18. Ritika jhanjee – ndtv india

19. Tamanna inamdar – cnbc awaaz

20. Aafreen kidwai – Times now

21. Mini Menon

Mini-Menon indian Tv Anchor

The Executive Editor of Bloomberg TV India, Mini Menon was a Femina Miss India winner back in 1996. She is a popular face in the Indian media who has been active for covering both political and business news for the last 15 years. She has won awards for her work as a news anchor and journalist and In 2013 she was adjudged as one of the 10 most influential women in Indian Marketing, Advertising and Media by Impact magazine. In 2008- 2009 she was judged the best business news anchor by the Indian Broadcast Federation, Zee Astitva Award for Journalism, Rajiv Gandhi award for Excellence as a young achiever, Miss India Asia-Pacific. She holds a graduation degree in history from St. Stephen’s College, Delhi and masters in communication studies from Pune University.

Teens in tech- booster for young technology entrepreneurs

Hi friends. i cant leave what i saw today. So, i’m gonna let you know a technology site for us ‘Young Entrepreneurs ‘.

Teensintech  is dedicated to covering news about young entrepreneurs, new companies, and innovative products. We aim to help and accelerate young entrepreneurs with their startups and ideas, and provide them visibility for their ideas, whether it be big or small, Teens in Tech is a go-to site for young entrepreneurs. The Teens in Tech Blog is operated by Teens in Tech Labs, which is based in Palo Alto, CA.

a sample video what teensintech do?

i just youtube and embedded the video. so, don’t grudge me if yudon’t like it. make use of everything!!!

Buy Steve Jobs: The Exclusive Biography by Walter Isaacson

Book Summary of Steve Jobs: The Exclusive Biography

In the early summer of 2004, I got a phone call from Steve Jobs. It turned out that he wanted me to write a biography of him. This is a book about the rollercoaster life and searingly intense personality of a creative entrepreneur whose passion for perfection and ferocious drive revolutionized six industries: personal computers, animated movies, music, phones, tablet computing, and digital publishing. You might even add a seventh: retail stores, which Jobs did not quite revolutionize, but he did reimagine. Plus, he opened the way for a new market for digital content based on apps. This is also, I hope, a book about innovation. Jobs stands as the ultimate icon of inventiveness, imagination, and sustained innovation. He knew that the best way to create value in the 21st century was to connect creativity with technology, so he built a company where leaps of the imagination were combined with remarkable feats of engineering – Walter Isaacson, from the Introduction of Steve Jobs.

About the Author
Walter Isaacson, the CEO of the Aspen Institute, has been chairman of CNN and the managing editor of Time magazine. He is the author of Benjamin Franklin: An American Life and of Kissinger: A Biography, and the coauthor of The Wise Men: Six Friends and the World They Made. He lives in Washington, D.C., with his wife and daughter.

What’s in the Steve Jobs book

The flood of revelations from the year’s hottest biography began four days early

The best-laid plans of authors and publishers often go awry when the bookstores get their copies.

Walter Isaacson’s Steve Jobs — the most hotly anticipated biography in years, at least in some circles — was supposed to have a dramatic worldwide laydown on Monday. But to the distress of Isaacson, Simon & Schuster and the dozens of publications that bought first or second serial rights, some reporters got their hands on the 630-page volume on Thursday. Result: The flood of revelations began four days early.

Our cheat-sheet, with links to the sources (multiple spoiler alerts):

● Steve Jobs refers to his biological parents as his “sperm and egg bank” (Associated Press)
● He had high praise for Paul Jobs’ work ethic. “He loved doing things right. He even cared about the look of the parts you couldn’t see.” (New York Times book review)
● He was bullied in school (AP) and learned to fight back verbally. “He could stun an unsuspecting victim with an emotional towel-snap, perfectly aimed,” writes Isaacson (NYT book review)
● He gave up Christianity at age 13 when he saw starving children on the cover of Lifemagazine. (AP)
● He was returning from an apple farm on one of his fruitarian diets when he chose the name of his company (AP)
● He told John Sculley (the former Pepsi exec who ousted Jobs) that if he hadn’t started Apple (AAPL) he might have been a poet in Paris (Huffington Post)
● He calls the crop of executives brought in to run Apple after he left “corrupt people” with “corrupt values” (AP)
● He is contemptuous of the people at Microsoft (and, to some extent, Google), whom he sees as pure technologists, with no humanities and liberal arts in their DNA. “They just didn’t get it. Even when they saw the Mac they couldn’t even copy it well.” (60 Minutes Overtime, via CNET)
● He calls Apple’s design chief Jonathan Ive his “spiritual partner” and says that no one but Jobs had the authority to tell him what to do. (AP) “Most people in Steve’s life are replaceable,” says Jobs’ wife Laurene Powell. “But not Jony.” (Mercury News)
● He told Barack Obama he was headed for a one-term presidency (Huffington Post)
● He offered to create Obama’s ad campaign but became annoyed because Obama’s strategist David Axelrod wasn’t sufficiently deferential (HuffPo)
● He joked that he had to hide the knives from his wife when Rupert Murdoch came to dinner (New York Times)
● He was “annoyed and depressed” by the iPad launch’s lukewarm reception — which included more than 800 e-mails from users (HuffPo)
● He was livid when Google (GOOG) copied the iPhone’s interface, calling it “grand theft” (AP)
● He swore to Isaacson he was going to destroy Android to his “last dying breath,” even if he had to spend Apple’s entire $40 billion cash hoard to do it (AP)
● Yet when asked for business advice from Google CEO Larry Page earlier this year, he obliged, telling him to focus on just five products. “Get rid of the rest, because they’re dragging you down. They’re turning you into Microsoft.” (Bloomberg Businessweek)
● He told Isaacson he had figured out how to make a TV that was “completely easy to use… It will have the simplest user interface you could imagine. I finally cracked it.” (Washington Post)
● He scrapped an early design for the new Cupertino campus because its shape reminded his teenage son of male genitalia (Merc)
● He once told John Sculley he thought he would die young (HuffPo)
● He came to regret having delayed surgery when his cancer was first diagnosed — turning instead to fruit juices, acupuncture and herbal cures, some of which he found on the Internet (NYT)
“The big thing was that he really was not ready to open his body,” his wife told Isaacson. “It’s hard to push someone to do that.” (NYT)
● When he decided to fight his cancer with modern medicine, he spared no expense — including $100,000 to have the DNA of his tumor sequenced (NYT)
● Jobs began meeting last spring with the people he wanted to see before he died, including Bill Gates (NYT)
● Gates was fascinated with Jobs but found him “fundamentally odd” and “weirdly flawed as a human being” (HuffPo)
● Jobs was working on new Apple products until the day he died (PC Magazine)

That last item may not be in the book, but it seemed a fitting coda.

Starting Monday, you will be able to buy Steve Jobs by Walter Isaascon in hardcover ($35) at a bookstore near you or as a $16.99 e-book from AmazonApple’s iBookstore or Barnes & Noble.

Courtesy: Fortune

Interview with Arjun Rampal

Arjun, lot of applause for your RA.One look?
I think it’s come out fantastic. It’s the fittest I’ve ever been and I really worked hard on it. You don’t get many opportunities to play characters like these which are so look defined and it works perfectly for a film like this. That’s why the look is special.

But you’re not doing Don 2. How come?
I just couldn’t fit in Jasjit’s character in the new script. Maybe I’ll be in Don 3.

Apparently, things were not ok with Shah Rukh because you had different views on the RA.One publicity? And he was reportedly upset because you weren’t there for the RA.One wrap party?
I’d never ever argue with Shah Rukh because he’s the king of marketing and publicity and I’ll never argue with him on anything. I think whatever he does, he’s very fair and knows what he’s doing. As for the latter, how could I be in the RA.One wrap party if I’m in Bangkok? I was flying out that same day and unfortunately it was coinciding.

After the National award for Rajneeti, were you expecting to be in Aarakshan?
I’d read the script, not as the prospective cast but because Prakash wanted me to read it. And I thought it was a very good script. I dint see myself fit into any of those characters and nor did he. We’re planning another film together soon and I love him, he’s a great director.

You’re the hero of Heroine. What were you doing when all the drama was going about who’s going to be the heroine?
That was just something that threw everybody off a bit. I’ve shot with Ash and she was bang on for that part and she was doing really well. But she got pregnant and you couldn’t continue shooting with her and God bless her.

You’ve never been linked to anyone. Is it because you’re really good or because you haven’t been caught?
It’s just that I’ve not had the urge to do anything. Not that the actresses aren’t attractive but it’s just that I’m very happy in my marriage and I don’t want to destroy it. We’re all professionals and all the actresses I’ve worked with are really good friends of mine. And I don’t think we’d like to ruin it by doing anything silly.

You are also very close to Shah Rukh and Karan, does that make you a part of a camp?
I don’t think that there’s anything called camps. I’ve worked with everybody in the industry. I think that’s my job, to work with not only established actors but also with new comers or whoever I feel is right for that thing.

Which Bollywood actress you would like to take kissing lessons from?

One Bollywood actress you’d like to see in a bikini?

Your favorite co-star?
Shah Rukh.

If Dostana was remade with you, who’d you want as your co-star?

Mirakle Couriers

i just want to share this with you which inspired me to help physically talented peoples. i suggest you guys to read about the company.

Mirakle Couriers was founded in January 2009. Started by Dhruv Lakra who combined his education and experience in both the business and social sectors to come up with a for-profit social enterprise. The idea to help the deaf was triggered by one particular incident he experienced while traveling on a bus in Mumbai.

Once upon a time, Dhruv was sitting on a bus next to a young boy looking eagerly out the window. In fact he was not just eager but actually being very restless. He was looking around anxiously, seeming slightly lost. Dhruv asked him where he was going but the boy did not respond. It took him a few seconds to realise that this boy was unable to hear or speak. He was deaf. Though the bus conductor regularly announced the stops this boy still did not know where he was. Dhruv took out a piece of paper and wrote to him in Hindi asking him where he was going. Through the back and forth pen and paper exchange, it suddenly dawned on Dhruv how difficult life was for the deaf. Something as straightforward as a bus became a struggle.

It is an invisible disability. You can not know when someone near you is deaf as there are no obvious physical attributes, and so its totally ignored. It is also a silent (voiceless) disability. There is very little public sympathy for the deaf, and by connection, a severe lack of government support for them in India. Particularly when it comes to employment there are no opportunities because no one has the patience or the foresight to learn deaf language and culture. This is how Mirakle Couriers was born.

Over the next few months Dhruv spent time exploring the deaf culture and learning Indian Sign Language. He focused on a courier business because it requires a lot of visual skills but no verbal communication. The deaf are extremely good at maps reading, remembering roads and buildings because they are so visually inclined.

Over the last two years Mirakle Couriers has grown to operate in 2 Branches in the city, employing 70 deaf employees and delivering over 65,000 shipments per month. We have won several awards including the 2009 Hellen Keller award and the 2010 National Award for the Empowerment of People With Disablities.

To know more about this miracle

Mark zuckerberg Qoutes

  • Every application will be designed from the ground up to use real identity and friends.

—    Mark Zuckerberg on unveiling a box of new tools / April 22, 2010

  • The web is at a really important turning point right now. Up until recently, the default on the web has been that most things aren’t social and most things don’t use your real identity. We’re building toward a web where the default is social.

—    Mark Zuckerberg on unveiling a box of new tools / April 22, 2010

  • A lot of companies can go off course because of corporate pressures… I don’t know what we are going to be building five years from now. I don’t know what we are going to be building three years from now.

—    Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook / March 04, 2010

  • The company is definitely set up in a way where myself and the other founders have a lot of control over it,

—    Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook / March 04, 2010

  • If you don’t need that capital, then all the pressures are different, and the motivations (to go public) are not there in the same way,

—    Mark Zuckerberg saying Facebook doesn’t have the same pressure as other companies to go public / March 04, 201

  • We are definitely in no rush.

—    Mark Zuckerberg saying Facebook will go public in the future, but not immediately / March 04, 2010

  • We’re going to go public eventually, because that’s the contract that we have with our investors and our employees,

—    Mark Zuckerberg saying Facebook will go public in the future / March 04, 2010

  • It might come in handy if we want to expand

—    Mark Zuckerberg on DST’s investment in facebook / May 27, 2009

  • A number of firms approached us, but DST stood out because of the global perspective they bring – backed up by the impressive growth and financial achievements of their internet investments. We’re looking forward to working with the DST team

—    Mark Zuckerberg on DST investing in Facebook / May 27, 2009

  • I’m not looking to take this money and go do a bunch of things with it immediately. We will continue looking at talent acquisition just as we had over the last period of time and if any make a lot of sense, then we’ll surely go ahead and do…

—    Mark Zuckerberg on acquisitions / May 27, 2009

  • Thanks to all of these efforts, our business is doing really well, and we’re on track to create a nice self-sustaining business, and because of this, a lot of companies and firms have approached us about investing in the company

—    Mark Zuckerberg / May 27, 2009

  • Our revenue numbers are up and our growth continues to scale very rapidly. This investment is purely buffer for us, and not something we need to get cashflow positive.

—    Mark Zuckerberg / May 27, 2009

  • Advertising on the Web is less about just hitting someone with a message… It’s about engagement [with that user].

—    Mark Zuckerberg / May 14, 2009

  • With a community that large and engaged, it needs a more open process of governance…

—    Mark Zuckerberg / May 2009

  • Both U.S. President Barack Obama and French President Nicholas Sarkozy have used Facebook as a way to organize their supporters. From the protests against the Colombian FARC, a 40-year old terrorist organization, to fighting oppressive, fringe groups in India, people use Facebook as a platform to build connections and organize action

—    Mark Zuckerberg saying Facebook is a platform to build connections and organize action

  • We are working hard to build a service that everyone, everywhere can use, whether they are a person, a company, a president or an organisation working for change

—    Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook celebrating 200 millionth user

  • If these new documents are approved, all future changes to the Statement of Rights and Responsibilities will go through the same process of notice and comment, and may be put to a vote if enough people comment … Even if these new proposed documents are defeated, we will still find ways to involve you in the governance process; however, this involvement will need to be explicitly stated in a future version of the Terms of Use.

—    Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook

  • Through an application developed by Wildfire Promotion Builder, you can now vote on which documents you want to serve as the foundation for governing the Facebook site … You will have two options on the ballot:
  • We encourage you to participate and make your voice heard … For this vote and any future one, the results will be binding if at least 30% of active Facebook users at the time that the vote was announced participate.
  • In reality, we wouldn’t share your information in a way you wouldn’t want … The trust you place in us as a safe place to share information is the most important part of what makes Facebook work.
  • There’s two things you can do, and I don’t think either one will happen to help Indiana out of this situation. First is get medical insurance for everyone. Second is banks and lenders just need to be more responsible about who they give credit cards to
  • People are learning how to use the site and what’s OK to share. As time goes on, people will learn what’s appropriate, what’s safe for them — and learn to share accordingly.

—    Mark Zuckerberg

  • There’s lots of stuff none of us have ever seen before. That’s good in some ways, but limiting in other ways.

—    Mark Zuckerber

  • The past week reminded us that users feel a real sense of ownership over Facebook itself, not just the information they share

—    Mark Zuckerberg

Facts Today

Facts: The word taxi is spelled the same in English, German, French, Swedish, Spanish and Portuguese. 

For every gallon of sea water, you get more than a quarter pound of salt. 

We lose half a litre of water a day through breathing. 

Breeze carries about 100 Million tons of sand particles around the earth yearly.

If you rearrange the words “Funeral” you can spell “Real Fun” 

Washington, D.C. has one lawyer for every 19 residents!

Facts Today

1. The only nation whose name begins with an “A” but doesn’t end in an “A” is Afghanistan.

2. The Pacific Ocean contains about 25,000 islands.

3. The shortest war in history was between Zanzibar and England in 1896. Zanzibar surrendered after 38 minutes.

4.Grenades were invented in China over 1,000 years ago.

5. There are 10 human body parts that are only 3 letters long (eye hip arm leg ear toe jaw rib lip gum).

6. 0.7% of Americans are currently in prison@