Sony NW-HD5H 30Gigs


sony releases a 30GB nw-hd5 version,

Thamizh Theme

Got my Thamizh Theme on

Women Fighters of the LTTE

Women Fighters of the LTTE, reported by Frances Harrison for the BBC

may the peace last forever

is there such a thing as a good politician?


this is a picture of a cheque sent to a tsunami victim in the andoman and nicobar islands, 2 rueeps, 2 pence, as tsunami aid,

how pathetic can you get?
india doesnt care for its poor

i wonder how things are in Sri-lanka, thank god for TRO, if TRO didnt exist tamils wouldve definitely suffered more

Nokia does Quick Fire Releases


4Gig Memory
The Nokia N91 serves up to 12.5 hours of great sound via the included stereo headset with remote control. Enjoying your music collection has never been easier, as the Nokia N91 supports a wide range of digital music formats including MP3, M4A, AAC and WMA.
also comes with 2MP camera, plays mpeg4

2MP camera
Photos and video clips taken with the Nokia N90 can conveniently be stored on the phone's internal 31 MB memory or the 64 MB in-box RS-MMC, so no 4gig memory for this one
plays mpeg4

2MP camera
the Nokia N70 comes fully equipped with stereo FM radio, a digital music player and new 3D games.

so thats a fight against ....SonyEricsson W800, iPods, PSPs and Nintendo hand helds
bring it on

all about the....A380

the beauty in its glory

First Flight

the above site has lots of pics
including graphics of how the plane will look when the customers have their ride customized

this is how the emirates plane will look

Sony Bonkers


the release date for the sony PSP in UK is 1st of september...10 months after its release in japan, 10 f***ing months after its original release.
b**** please...and the news gets better..

the price is £179 for the value pack

in the US of A the price of a valuepack is $249, convert that to pounds and its £130!

£130 in US, £179 lets make is £180 in england, that an addition of £50 pounds!
(£50 pounds is the tax i would have to pay to get an import machine from jap or us thru, with the cost of the machine at £130)

is it sony..or is it UK law?

i'm gonna buy it in the BLACK market, for £50, f*** you sony, cant wait or pay excess

Thamizh Theme Final Version (10)


zipped file
- theme sis
- msg alert tone
- ring tone
- screen saver (need screen saver app)

Click Here to Download

tamil theme version 9


Thamizh/Tamil Theme for your nokia phones

this theme is for the 60 series nokia phones, all those operating on symbian OS

i have also attached a msg alert and a ringtone

Click here to download

ship ahoy

went out to that 4.50 a dish chinese yesterday, used up all their chilli sauce/oil thing they had, and i faced the consequences today,

i wouldnt try this on a boat at sea

New Pics taken with my phone


This is my Uni, a view from the library steps

The Daisy fields, a place to have lunch

i forgotten what they call this, it has a church on the top floor

back live again

internet went out on sunday morning, and only got it back today
bloody NTL, i'm sure it has more people complaning than it has customers ;-)

got my mobile phone, the insurance company finally paid up, worth while investment of 150 over 4 years,

this is not a picture of my MY phone...but its good as,
now gotta surf the web and find good programs for it, they gave me a 64MB memory card with it, which is better than nothing.

had my two exams today, put together as one, friggin programming, i think i might scrape through it,

gotta start my project and start revision for the two remaining exams.

Japan Vs East Asia


while the islamic fundamendalists go to war with the west for screwing around with their countries and their beliefs on the other side, Chinese and koreans are going to war with Japan (the USA of the east?)

quote:Protesters carrying Chinese flags surrounded the Japanese consulate, throwing stones and other missiles.

They say Japan's new school books play down wartime atrocities and oppose a UN Security Council seat for Japan

quote:Zhao, 35, taxi driver

Japan has not faced up to its history. Chinese people don't have a good feeling for Japan.

There are many reasons - but I don't like Japan because I feel that Japanese people look down on other Asian people.

I have never been willing to buy anything Japanese. Japanese technology is good, but I will not buy it.

quote:Guo Jingyu, 31, TV producer

I've just finished making a drama about Shanghai in 1937 resisting Japan.

My father was head of the Chinese Communist Party Resist Japan campaign. His father and brothers were beheaded by the Japanese.

I want people to remember this history - but I also want people to forgive.

Forgive but remember - this is what my education taught me.

quote:Han, 21, student

I have read about the Nanjing genocide in the newspaper.

I haven't thought that much about it, but because of what I have read about that massacre I do not like Japan.

its all bloody politics,

japan wants to permanently join the UN security council, china doesnt want that to happen, but USA is gonna support Japan because it wants to remove communism and help USA with war with china if China is to take back taiwan, USA also has a lotta say in UN due to its large percentage of funding,

its not just the chinese that have something to say to japan, its most east asian countries,

some people in these countries are begining boycotting of japanese products, should be interesting, east is destabilized, japans economy will be soley dependent on the "west", who benefits?

i will ponder the upcoming release of sony PSP in korea and is better off shipping to europe till all this bad air is diffused



Central Station of Amesterdam

Ganesh statue in BABA coffeshop

yes yes..cuttin up with the credit card

posin with my cam...while kanna was tellin lux about his undying love for him

lotta people go to holland to see!

50EuroCent, Young F***, Tony W*nks, The Gayme, Phony yayo

Happy New Year

Puthandu Valthukal - Suba Aluth Awuruddak Weva!

back again


two days of doing nothing but listening and got paid, thats 70 squids in the bank
next week starts the hard work,

going london tommo, surrey uni dinner should be a laugh, hopefully.

hmmm gotta revise for the bloody biocomputing exam, perl is ok i guess but what abt java... wat the hell am i gonna dooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo

blah blah blah

How real?

between the lines

Tupac - Changes

[verse 1]
Come on come on
I see no changes wake up in the morning and I ask myself
is life worth living should I blast myself?

I'm tired of bein' poor & even worse I'm black
my stomach hurts so I'm lookin' for a purse to snatch
Cops give a damn about a negro
pull the trigger kill a nigga he's a hero
Give the crack to the kids who the hell cares
one less hungry mouth on the welfare
First ship 'em dope & let 'em deal the brothers
give 'em guns step back watch 'em kill each other
It's time to fight back that's what Huey said
2 shots in the dark now Huey's dead
I got love for my brother but we can never go nowhere
unless we share with each other
We gotta start makin' changes
learn to see me as a brother instead of 2 distant strangers
and that's how it's supposed to be
How can the Devil take a brother if he's close to me?
I'd love to go back to when we played as kids
but things changed, and that's the way it is

Come on come on
That's just the way it is
Things'll never be the same
That's just the way it is
aww yeah

[verse 2]
I see no changes all I see is racist faces
misplaced hate makes disgrace to races
We under I wonder what it takes to make this
one better place, let's erase the wasted
Take the evil out the people they'll be acting right
'cause both black and white is smokin' crack tonight
and only time we chill is when we kill each other
it takes skill to be real, time to heal each other

And although it seems heaven sent
We ain't ready, to see a black President, uhh
It ain't a secret don't conceal the fact
the penitentiary's packed, and it's filled with blacks
But some things will never change
try to show another way but you stayin' in the dope game
Now tell me what's a mother to do
bein' real don't appeal to the brother in you
You gotta operate the easy way
"I made a G today" But you made it in a sleazy way
sellin' crack to the kid. " I gotta get paid,"
Well hey, well that's the way it is


We gotta make a change...
It's time for us as a people to start makin' some changes.
Let's change the way we eat, let's change the way we live
and let's change the way we treat each other.
You see the old way wasn't working so it's on us to do
what we gotta do, to survive.

[verse 3]
And still I see no changes can't a brother get a little peace
It's war on the streets & the war in the Middle East

Instead of war on poverty they got a war on drugs
so the police can bother me
And I ain't never did a crime I ain't have to do
But now I'm back with the blacks givin' it back to you
Don't let 'em jack you up, back you up,
crack you up and pimp slap you up
You gotta learn to hold ya own

they get jealous when they see ya with ya mobile phone
But tell the cops they can't touch this
I don't trust this when they try to rush I bust this
That's the sound of my tool you say it ain't cool
my mama didn't raise no fool

And as long as I stay black I gotta stay strapped
& I never get to lay back
'Cause I always got to worry 'bout the pay backs
some buck that I roughed up way back
comin' back after all these years
rat-a-tat-tat-tat-tat that's the way it is uhh

Bridge 'til fade

work galore

working for peanuts

got my self a job, prolly not the best time to get a job but what can u do...
when u struggle..u struggle, so this should get out of the slump.
gonna kick out cricket this season and pay back my overdrafts...haha..prolly wont work, prolly quit da job after a month, hmm wonder if i can get a transfer...

if i get more hours after the exam...i should have the PSP once it reaches UK in June

My Niece

nex gen

have my niece on my knees
tell her that tamil eelam will have peace
when the settlement is reached
tamil eelam will be peached

Rhyme wire

this is the fine wire

it rains, it rains, it rains, it rains
it drives me insane, insane, insane
the pain, the pain, the pain, the pain
it causes me to go insane

Right Royal


Camilla the Duchess of cornwall makes a man of Prince Charles, finally after 30 years



thats what i like about the internet, with it around there is no need to say "i dont know" coz its all there, just need to find it,

known is a webpage, unknown is the internet.

but do i have time to read? that is the problem!

ARR - Bose - The Forgotten Hero - Hindi

i got no clue who Bose is...
seems like an old politician

Bose - The Forgotten Hero on

Subhas Chandra Bose (1897-1945)
Bose, Subhas Chandra (1897-1945), Indian nationalist leader, who during World War II led an Indian national army against the British and established an independent provisional government of Azad Hind (Free India). He was popularly known as "Netaji," (Hindi for "revered leader").

Bose was born into a family of high-caste Bengalis in Cuttack, a city in what is now India's Orissa State but was then the Bengal Province of British India. Bose was the ninth child of Janaki Nath Bose, a lawyer and government legal official, and Prabhabati Dey Bose.

Bose attended Presidency College at the University of Calcutta but was expelled in 1915 for complicity in the beating of a British professor who many students felt had maligned Indians.
A year later Bose was admitted to Scottish Churches College, also at the University of Calcutta, and graduated with highest honors in philosophy in 1919. At the urging of his father, Bose then went to England, where he studied at the University of Cambridge and prepared for the Indian Civil Service examination. He passed the examination in 1920 but resigned from the service to join the Indian nationalist movement. Bose was personally friendly to some British people, but from his early years he passionately hated the British Raj (British rule in India), and his central concern throughout his life was to bring British rule to an end.

After returning to Calcutta in 1921, Bose met Mohandas Gandhi, then the leader of the Indian National Congress (a political organization working for Indian self-government). On Gandhi's advice, Bose went to work with Chittaranjan Das, the Congress leader for Bengal Province. Appointed chief executive officer of Calcutta's municipal government in 1924, Bose worked to foster peaceful relations between Hindus and Muslims and to improve civic life. Soon, however, he was jailed for suspected involvement in acts of violence against the British Raj. No formal charges were made and no trial took place, but Bose served about three years in jail, two of them in British-controlled Mandalay, Burma (now Myanmar). He was released in 1927 for health reasons. Das had died in 1925, and Bose quickly rose to replace his mentor as the leader for the Congress in Bengal Province. In 1928 he became a general secretary of the Indian National Congress and pressed Gandhi to move quickly and forcefully for complete Indian independence. Bose advocated a socialist program for India.

Some of the volunteers working under Bose at the 1928 Congress session later formed an underground revolutionary group called the Bengal Volunteers. Bose's ties to this group and their acts of violence, together with his mass following as a Congress leader, marked him to India's British rulers as a dangerous man. Bose's extremism also troubled Gandhi, whose commitment to nonviolent methods was unswerving.

Bose was in and out of jail between 1930 and 1933 and was elected mayor of Calcutta in 1930, while imprisoned. In 1933 he was released from jail on the condition that he leave India, and he spent most of the next four years in Europe, restoring his health. While there, he completed an account of Indian politics that he had begun in prison, titled The Indian Struggle, 1920-34 (published in 1935). He also wrote An Indian Pilgrim, a short autobiography not published until 1948. Based in Vienna, Bose advocated the cause of Indian nationalism abroad and visited many European countries. On a return visit to India in 1936, Bose was rearrested for breaking his exile. He was freed unconditionally in 1937 when his health again began to deteriorate.

In 1938, with Gandhi's blessing but not his confidence, Bose was elected president of the Indian National Congress. He formed the National Planning Committee of the Congress for the purpose of coordinating the industrialization of India. Bose decided to run for Congress president again the next year, against Gandhi's wishes. With the backing of the left (mostly Indian communists and socialists) and strong support in some provinces, Bose narrowly defeated Gandhi's candidate. He soon realized, however, that he could not run the Congress organization without Gandhi's support and so he resigned his presidency. Bose then formed the Forward Bloc, a pressure group within the Congress working for immediate direct action against the Raj.

Imprisoned again in 1940, Bose undertook a fast, refusing to eat until he was released. The British released him in December but placed him under house arrest. With World War II (1939-1945) under way, and convinced that the British would never leave India peacefully, Bose decided to flee India and collaborate with a foreign power hostile to the British. He hoped to recruit and train a military unit that would combine with forces within India to drive the British out by violent means. In January 1941 Bose slipped out of Calcutta, reached the Indian frontier, and walked into Afghanistan. With Italian, German, and Russian assistance, he traveled to Berlin, where he set up the Free India Center, a propaganda operation that made radio broadcasts to India. He also formed the Indian Legion, a small fighting force recruited from Indian prisoners of war taken in North Africa. German dictator Adolf Hitler proved uncooperative, however, and Bose was unhappy in Europe. In February 1943 Hitler allowed Bose to leave Germany for Southeast Asia.

Traveling by submarine and airplane, Bose reached Tokyo in the spring of 1943. There, with the support of Japanese prime minister Tojo Hideki, Bose assumed the leadership of the Indian National Army (INA). This force was composed of about 40,000 troops, mainly Indian prisoners of war captured in Singapore when it fell to the Japanese in 1942. The army was supported by the Free India League, a nationalist organization backed by the Indian community of Southeast Asia. Bose also recruited a regiment of women who were trained to fight. In October 1943 Bose established the Provisional Government of Azad Hind (Free India). The provisional government immediately declared war on the United States and Britain, and in January it located its capital in Japanese-occupied Yangon (Rangoon), Burma. Meanwhile, Bose worked diligently to promote harmony between Hindus, Muslims, and Sikhs within his army and continued his radio broadcasts to India.

In early 1944 Bose induced the Japanese to invade India. Japanese and INA forces entered India in March, advancing to the outskirts of Imphal in the northeast. There, they besieged the British garrison until the beginning of the monsoon rains in June. The rainy season prevented further attack and gave the British time to reinforce their positions, and the British were able to turn back the invading army. In May 1945 the INA surrendered in Yangon. Bose escaped, making his way eventually to Japanese-occupied Saigon (now Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam). When Japan announced its surrender in August, Bose fled Southeast Asia. On the way, his plane crashed in Taiwan, and Bose died in a Japanese military hospital.
In the winter of 1945 the British put captured INA officers on trial for treason. Prominent Indian nationalist lawyers, including the leader of the Congress at that time, Jawaharlal Nehru, eloquently defended the accused. The INA officers became public heroes in India and received suspended sentences. After the trial, some Indian troops serving in the British military mutinied, further weakening Britain's hold on India. In 1947, within two years of Bose's death, India won its independence from Britain.
After his death, Bose's ashes were placed in a Buddhist temple in Tokyo. Many of his followers in India and Southeast Asia believed that Bose did not die but rather escaped, possibly to Soviet territory. For several decades after the war ended, the myth of Bose's return spread among Indians, who hoped that he would emerge to help India combat its many problems.

need a cure


a 1500 word essay...not much is it, not much at all, especially as the subject is huge
but can i do it? no, i just cant do it. i think the internet might be a reason, i cant disconnect it as someone is downloading something on my computer. why am i writing this here? well its better than using this time to study, i see my self actively chosing to do something else other than studying, next play enemy territory, then eat, then make tea. of course each of these activities will have an interval of 1 hour of web surfing
hmmm i havnt been to since the morning
a website on sony PSP

and so the list goes, why do i not just concentrate? have i gotten used to leaving everything to the last minute before i finish it?

i am a tamil, i could take on the world and still have time for a cup of tea


We are strong, we'll make an army shake, if you think we are weak, we'll show you we arnt
(crappy translation, but y'all get the gist of it)

Protestor scenes in Jaffna where the people want the state troops to leave

Tigers send condolence msg to pope


impress watch has nw-hd5


SonyEricsson W800

the Beauty

the front

the side
Free Image Hosting at

the back
Free Image Hosting at

Guess who has a PSP?


yep Paris Hilton, i'm waiting for a video of her playing with it under night vision camera

Sony PSP lands in Korea


still no sight of it in UK, June is the last ETA for UK

Sony NW-HD5


what an ugly piece of

Kalpana Fan Club

just made a Fan Club for Kalpana from

Kalpana Fan Club

just post your e-mail on comment and u can be a member of the club

KFC - Finger Licking Good

My Home


Welcome to my Humble Home,

who diz be?


this is the figure of the girl i wrote that little beef rap
she smiled at the rap, guess she liked it

still the same


lil by little i am going crazy...
i need to finish this bloody essay off..

need to go back to london for dinner on the 14 with the surrey crew
but i dont wanna spend too much time in london coz i need to revise for exam on 20th

i've spent a whole week sittin infront of the computer doing nothing

Wanni Sunset and Kili Paechu

video blog..well a year later..
i took this video in jan 2004 in wanni, sri-lanka
Wanni Sunset

its 12MB, about 1 minute long, the sound is real, nothing added,
there were a hundred parrots but i didnt film dem :(

Garden Wild Life


never look at that garden in the same light ever again

video of the event

open a book


i wonder why i dont want to study, is it laziness or dont know which to study out of the three possible things,

1.Diseases of Protein Aggregation Essay
2.Introduction for Dissertation
3.Revise for Exam

all three things needs to done around 20th of april
today is the 2nd, i got 18 days left
and still no where near starting any of the above

whats stopping me from doing these things

1. pure lazyness (is it laziness or lazyness?)
2. internet - forums - gadgets
3. oogling at sony psp
4. chatting on msn
5. games - enemy territory - farcry

i think i should go with pure lazyness and the internet, i shuld unplug the computer, but my friend is using it to download so cant just turn it off or take off the lan wire,

then of course..when i get bored of all the 5 things above i eat/drink

some beef : Make Love Not War

to kalpana from forum

i'll take you to london girl
i'll make it stop even tho it rains like hell
i'll let you lick my brighton rock
i aint talkin abt candy, i'm talkin abt my c***

i wanna make love to kalpana
come here girl, close the door
i wanna lay you on the floor
take off them jeans, u dont need em any more
no need for that black thong either
i got a black thing to put in yer
i love da way your mouth slide down
it makes me twitch girl slow down
u work it like a real pro,got that smooth flow
s***, i think i'ma cum in your mouth
i know how u love dat, let me head down south
girl,you taste like candy, i know u feelin randy
coz uz wet like a u workin in a sweatshop
i feel like a kid in a candyshop
this aint no 50cent song featuring olivia
this is semi makin love to kalpana

i'll take you to the london bridge
i'll make it hot even tho its feels like a fridge
i'll let you lick my brighton rock
i aint talkin abt candy, i'm talkin abt my c***

girl, its on, its hard as rock
i wanna put the key in your lock
i can see the shock in your eyes
like you never seen a c*** this size
spread up baby,let me slide inside
ur p**** is tight, i love da warm feelin
i see a tear in your eye, keep screamin
i'm abt tear it out, i keep reamin
poudin on it, gonna keep you cummin
this aint the end, this is just the beginin
uhh-yeah,i think the door is open or the lock is broken
why aint you screaming, why you stop movin
oh s***, she is faintin
there she goes, passed out on the linen

i'll take you to buckingham palace
i'll show you my jewels and make the queen jealous
i'll let you lick my brighton rock
i aint talkin abt candy, i'm talkin abt my c***

the pope is dead

early bird

well its gonna happen sooner than i'm jumpin da gun

pope dead, gone,sadness, chose another pope,new pope, happy, life goes on

The Black Chronic


Jay-Z vs Dr.Dre


the april fool joke for 6-7 years now...


Chandrika is DEAD

still dont feel it

here we are again

i dont wanna study...
but before that an interlude..

gettin prank calls, some b***** on the other side, tamil b****** too
wonder who they are, wonder who gave them my number,
hmm...weird..3-4 girls, prank callin, talkin rubbish,

oh well back to my 99 problems,
which do i do...revise for test? write essay? write dissertation introduction?
so far nothing is happening, sittin her surfin, maybe i should quit internet like i did for stats exam, only way i'm gonna get something done.