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    Latest and Brand new speech on topic Time is Money 2011

  • Monday, 17 October 2011
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  • Best Speech on Time is Money:
    The tiny infant cuddled in the warmth of the cradle soon becomes a cute toddler who runs after butterflies and rainbows. No sooner do the fairly tales and pranks of school days get over than the carefree lad blossoms into an exquisite youth when the heart leaps up to pluck the stars. The woods are lovely, dark and deep and the dreamy youth plans for the lovely miles he has to tread until the hard facts of life stare him in the face. The stress, storm and strife and manhood transforms him from within and without until one sad day the mirror acquaints him with his ‘Other self’, i.e. ‘grey hair, sunken eyes and trembling hands’ and he shockingly realizes that ‘shadows of the evening steal across the sky’. But Oh: What about the rosy dreams waiting to find expression, the plans left halfway, the promises to be kept, the words of lover never spoken and the aspiration to reach the starts? Seeing the shattered dreams, lost hopes and barren regrets, his heart wails, “Oh: If only I get a second chancel:” But no:: Life is insensitive and does not give us a second chance. We happen to pass through this way but once:
    A hurdle race from the womb to the tomb-if we may choose to describe life-compels us to question ourselves, “Have we extracted all the joys, the Maker intended us to, out of life? Time slips out of our hands even before we realize it. How tremulous is the water on the lotus leaf: Such is the life of man-frail and transient. Life is a gift of God-given to us because He loves us and wants us to realize the grandeur of life. But the in this journey of life one has to be always alert to seize opportunities, learn from mistakes and make hay while the sun shines.
    The period of youth is the spring time of our life when the mind and body is at its very best. The age from 15 to 25 years is of paramount importance because it lays down the foundation and determines the path of our life. Studies, career choices and job opportunities are hotly-debated issues during this period. It is high time students realise that spending time in noble pursuits will enrich them from within and without while wasting time in ignoble pursuits will impoverish them from within and without.
    Money is man’s dearest possession. He will think a thousand times before parting with it. Money can buy almost every material comfort and security which is again an integral part of life. In the same way careful use of time can make our future. It can lead us to the Golden Gate of achievement, satisfaction and progress while misusing time can drag us down to a sad, where life is meaningless. As you saw so shall you reap. How many precious lives and promising careers have been wasted and ruined only because they cared more for the false pleasures of the world and in the process they missed the track that would have led them forward. Perhaps the negative thoughts weakened them mentally and they lost the war even before it began. Bad thoughts cultivate bad habits that lead us to bad places. Acquaint us with bad people constitutes the losers who may win some of the battles in life out of sheer chance but they are bound to lose the war unless they realise the value of time and use it wisely. The other category constitutes the winners who will win the ultimate war even if they lose some of the battles in it.
    Their wise investment in good thoughts, good books and good friends pays them rich dividends. Using time wisely will ring out the old and false and ring in new and nobler modes of life. It can lead us to the paradise of excellence and satisfaction as is evident from the lives of great men and women who left their “footprints on the sands of Time’. Be they artists, scientists, sportsmen, businessmen or administrators-they excelled in their chosen fields because they realized the value of time. Procrastination, laziness, sluggishness are terms alien to their hearts. They believe in 100% contentment. Thorns of failure, betrayal and losses pricked them at every turning but they did not lose heart and persevered till they got the coveted crown. They are all geniuses of our times-who have an infinite capacity of taking pains at their task to the exclusion of everything else. They did not court success in a ‘sudden flight’ but were toiling upwards in the night’ hammering on the edges of their abilities, on to the bounds of perfection, breaking and bettering their own records until the world acknowledged them as Masters of their trade: They realized very early in their lives that, “If you waste time, time will waste you; if you honour time, time will honour you.
    Some people always complain that they have no time to do the things they always wanted to do. The weariness, the fever and the fret, consume all their time money and energy. You will never get time for doing something, you will have to find time; change your priorities and adjust your schedule. All the dreams and plans can be actualized with proper time management because as Gandhiji said: “The days of miracle are not gone. They will abide so long as God abides”. Trials and tribulations form an integral part of life. It is not help but obstacles, not facilities but difficulties that make men. Men have risen to dizzy heights despite the trials and crosses of life. Even the great Sarojini Naidu said, “Behold: I rise to meet the destined spring and scale the stars upon my broken wings” Jawaharlal Nehru advised his brilliant daughter Indira Priyadarshini in a letter, “The individual has it in him to rise above the caprices of fate …. He can, if he so wills, stands four-square to all the winds of heaven and hell. By doing so, he influences and turns the very fate.
    Hence we ordinary mortals must not get disheartened by the problems of everyday life. We must shed the burden of the unfortunate past and work sincerely today if we want to more towards a brighter tomorrow. What matters most is the present moment ‘Now’. The day is always his who works in it with serenity and great aims. Yesterday is only a dream and tomorrow is only a vision but today well lived makes every yesterday a dream of happiness and every tomorrow a vision of hope and glory. Let us therefore realize the value of today.
    It is not only during exams that we must use our time wisely but throughout life because life is our greatest Test-the Mother of all exams. If only we are a little more cautious and careful in all that we think, see and do, we will have fewer regrets and repentances. Life unfolds itself like a procession in front of us. The innocent child had sublime pleasures and he rejoices in the kind and princesses of the fairy tales while the excited youth seeks for the princess in his real life and lovers the challenge. The adult has more mature commitments while old age looks across the memory lane with tears either of satisfaction or regrets. Each phase of life demands duty and has a charm of its own. The basket is in your hands. Whether to pluck flowers or gather thorns depends on you.

    Latest Asif Ali Zardari news 2011

  • Sunday, 16 October 2011
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  • Asif Ali Zardari (Urdu: آصف علی زرداری, Sindhi: آصف علي زرداري; born 26 July 1955) is the 11th and current President of Pakistan and the Co-Chairman of the ruling Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP). He is also the widower of Benazir Bhutto, who served two nonconsecutive terms as Prime Minister.
    A Balochi from a tribe based in Sindh, Zardari rose to prominence after his marriage to Bhutto in 1987. Zardari became widely known as "Mr. 10 Percent" during the premierships of Bhutto because of his alleged role in obtaining kickbacks as an intermediary in government deals. His political career has been mired in corruption allegations, for which he was imprisoned from 1990 to 1993 and from 1996 to 2004. Between 1993 and 1996, he held various cabinet positions in the second Bhutto administration. During this period, his extensive entanglement in the Bhutto family feud over the future leadership of the PPP led to him being suspected of, and later indicted for, orchestrating the sudden death of Murtaza Bhutto.
    He was arrested for corruption in late 1996, following the collapse of the Bhutto government. Although incarcerated, he nominally served in Parliament after being elected to the National Assembly in 1990 and Senate in 1997. He was released from jail in 2004 amid rumors of reconciliation between Pervez Musharraf and the PPP. He subsequently went into self-exile in Dubai, but returned in December 2007 after Bhutto's assassination. As the Co-Chairman of the PPP, he led his party to victory in the 2008 general elections. He spearheaded a coalition that forced Musharraf to resign and was elected President on 6 September 2008.
    As president, Zardari has been a consistently strong U.S. ally in the war in Afghanistan, despite prevalent public disapproval of the nation's involvement in the conflict. He came under domestic criticism in 2008 after flirting with American vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin. In late 2008, his government obtained a three-year multi-billion dollar loan package from the International Monetary Fund in an effort to steer the nation out of an economic crisis. In early 2009, his attempt to prevent the reinstatement of Supreme Court judges failed in the face of massive protests led by Nawaz Sharif, his chief political rival. The passage of the 18th Amendment in 2010 reduced his vast presidential powers to that of a ceremonial figurehead. He again aroused widespread public uproar for his trip to Europe in the midst of the devastating 2010 floods across Pakistan.

    Latest article of speech on topic time is money 2011

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  • The Best Speech Topic Of All Time is Money:
    In this public speaking training article, I'm going to reveal to you the absolute best speech topic of all time.
    Now, don't panic if you think your speech topic is different, because I'm going to show you how to make a slight adjustment to your speech topic so that it's within the "framework" of the best speech topic of all time.
    Okay, drum roll please... Here's the number one best speech topic of all time:
    Money is without a doubt the hottest topic and until money disappears from the Earth, which is not very likely, money will remain the hottest speech topic until the end of time.
    Making money, how to make more money, how to stop losing money - these are speech topics that will never, ever get old and people will always flock to hear.
    Now, what if your topic doesn't have anything to do with money or making money or how to stop losing money?
    For example, let's say you're a motivational speaker and your speech topic is all about empowerment and how people can empower themselves to live a more fulfilled life.
    Well, by being more fulfilled, one can be more productive.
    And being more productive means you can produce more and therefore earn more money!
    Easy, isn't it?
    Okay, let's try another: what if you're a massage therapist and your topic is on massage therapy and you go out and speak about that.
    Well, people who get regular massages are more relaxed.
    And people who are more relaxed can think more clearly, be more creative, and get more done.
    And thinking clearly and being more creative and getting more done translates to being more productive, which means... you guessed it - making more money!
    Let's try one or two more - how about leadership skills and communication skills.
    Again, this is simple: being a better leader means being able to motivate groups to be more productive which translates to increase company profits which translates to raises and promotions for that leader (or more take home pay for the owner, if the owner is that leader).
    Same thing with communication skills: being a better communicator can lead to generating more clients and closing more sales which... yep, means more money.
    Being able to tie your existing speech topic into making more money is the key.
    Simply think about the benefits of what your speech topic offers people, and use the examples above to stimulate your thinking into how that ties into being more productive and making more money.
    There's an old saying: "you don't sell the steak, you sell the sizzle".
    So don't just talk about leadership, or massage, or communication skills - talk about the results people will get from being a better leader or more relaxed or a better communicator.
    Moreover be sure to tell people about all the benefits they'll receive. For example, making more money.
    Now, take your existing speech topic and make it into the best speech topic of all time!

    Latest world news of Celebs come out for Bill Clinton’s B-day bash 2011

  • Saturday, 15 October 2011
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  • World News:
    The Clinton Foundation kicked off a weekend of celebrating former old  President Bill Clinton's 65th birthday, as well as 10 years of the William J. Clinton Foundation, by hosting a gala dinner featuring Stevie Nicks and special guests.
    Celebs in attendance included Fergie and Josh Duhamel, Jessica Alba, Sofia Vergara, Felicity Huffman and William H. Macy, Maria Bello, Petra Nemcova, Jane Fonda, Geena Davis, Patricia Arquette, Idris Elba, Sugar Ray Leonard, James Denton, Chevy Chase, Mira Sorvino, Zach Braff and many more.
    You can watch "A Decade of Difference: A Concert Celebrating 10 Years of the William J. Clinton Foundation," featuring live performances by Lady Gaga, Usher, The Edge and Bono, Juanes, Kenny Chesney and K'naan, only on Yahoo! during our live webcast on Oct. 15, starting at 7 p.m. PT.

    Latest Expendables interview 2011

  • Friday, 14 October 2011
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  • On Last Friday, some selected Brazilian outlets where invited to a press conference with actor, writer, director and producer one and only Sylvester Stallone, who's in Rio de Janeiro to shoot his new movie, “The Expendables”. The interview was quick, around 15 minutes, and showed an apprehensive Sly, that did not lose the chance to crack some jokes at a Copacabana hotel.

    If you haven’t heard of “The Expendables”, the film is about a team of mercenaries that head to South America to overthrow a dictator. According to IMDB it stars Jason Statham, Mickey Rourke, Giselle Itié, Charisma Carpenter, Dolph Lundgren, Terry Crews, Eric Roberts, "Stone Cold" Steve Austin, and Jet Li. Also, shooting started today in Rio de Janeiro.

    Here are the best parts of the press conference:

    Why did you decide to shoot in Rio?

    Sylvester Stallone: Because the movie is situated on a tropical country. We needed a place with a very well developed movie industry and with local talents, cameras and facilities. Brazil has it all.

    Does this movie represent a reboot to the action movies from the 80s, with jungle, soldiers of fortune, etc?

    SS: Yes, it's a 1980s movie with today's technology. But in those days, the female leading character was a helpless girl, waiting to be rescued by the hero. Now we have a very strong female character that evolved to this form while I was writing the script. But except for this, yes, it's a 1980s movie.

    This movie is about dictatorships, I'd like to know where did you get the inspiration to it, if it was any Latin America country specifically and when are opening your set?

    SS: We're all very nervous about it. This is just the first week of shooting. I like to open my set, but only when everything is working properly. And about the dictators, they're fascinating fellows. They're mad people. At the beginning they might have some king of philosophy, but then they show how insane they really are. And to build'em I've got inspiration in North Korea, Uganda, Cuba, El Salvador, Russia and some Central America Countries. I made a blend of them all. What you see in this movie is a mixture of real dictators.

    Where are you shooting here in Rio? Are you going to Tavares Bastos' favela? And how's to act and direct at the same time?

    SS: It's not a problem if you know the script very well, which is the case, once I wrote it myself. It's an insane challenge that I love because you know exactly where to be and what to say. It's very exhaustive work, but it's totally worthy. About the locations, there's Parque Lage, Mangatiba, that's one and a half hour from here, and Tavares Bastos' favela. We're doing a lot of action. Some of the scenes are huge as I've never done before. Today we shot the port with those giant ships and some Somalian pirates. It's a great location, and that's kind of a problem to the imagination. Every day we see different stuff. This movie could last for two to three years to be done, just by adding more and more and more...

    Usually Brazil is shown in foreign movies as a massive jungle, with monkeys on the streets. I'd like to know what's the risk of having that in your movie and what are your first impressions about the country.

    SS: I'm loving it here. I'm really loving it. And economically speaking it was also very good to come and shoot here because there are very good financial incentives. You have place to work here. We need to do things that we can't do in America no more. Action scenes. It's not allowed, there's no place to do it there. We needed the jungle environment. We need the actors and the extras to have a very specific look. And also we were very lucky to have Gisele (pictured on right). That was the most difficult part of the casting process because she represents the heart of the movie. She's the reason why the guys come back. It's not for the money. It's important to these guys to keep alive what she represents, protecting civilization. Although they had sold their souls, there's a time in your life when you say: “You know what? You have to give it back, to do something without expecting something back, a cause that's worth fighting for”. It's a redemption movie. My character hates the world, but when I see what she does and she's been through, my character wakes up and, once more, feels alive. It was very important that the female leading was someone very special, not just a beautiful face. That would be too easy. But have the skill, beauty ant talent to express all her feelings is something rare. That's why it was so difficult to find the right person. Gisele was born for this role.

    In your movies you're always fighting. Are you having Brazilian fighters in the movie?

    SS: I don't fight no one. (laughs). I just fight in my movies, never in real life. Gisele Itié (Mexican-born Brazilian actress who has a part in the movie) is the tough one who likes to fight. I'm getting too old for that, hurting myself all the time.

    But did you know we have a MMA fighter here, Rodrigo Minotauro, who’s known as Brazilian Rocky Balboa?

    SS: Seriously?! (laughs). Oh god, just hope he hasn't been beaten as much as I did.

    Latest Force movie interveiw 2011

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  • With her upcoming action-romance FORCE with John Abraham ready to hit theaters worldwide on Friday, September 30, actress Genelia D’Souza sits down for this new one-on-one interview to discuss her latest film.
    SYNOPSIS: Force is a romantic – action film that revolves around Yashvardhan (John Abraham) who is a hard-headed senior narcotics officer who doesn’t play by the book but always ensures that justice is served. He believes that the only way to eradicate crime is to give criminals the bullet – not hand cuffs. In the midst of his most dangerous and significant operation to crack down on India’s drug cartels, Yashvardhan encounters a ruthless enemy who will stop at nothing until he gets his revenge for the damage done to his business by the narcotics team. He also meets the free-spirited Maya (Genelia D’Souza), whose love pushes him to make a choice between the life he already knows and the life he could have with her. Yashvardhan’s decision to let happiness and normalcy into his life changes his life forever.

    Tell us more about ‘Force’ and the character you play
    ‘Force’ is a very stylish,fighting and contemporary action-romantic thriller, layered with many twists and a compelling, central narrative. It is essentially a cop film with a love story at the heart of it. It’s a very gripping film with a strong suspense streak along with well-executed action scenes that will certainly have audiences glued to the screen. I play the character of Maya who is an extremely strong and empowered character in her own right. Within her cute, energetic and affable persona, she is strong-willed and someone who believes in doing things a certain way to make a difference to the world.

    How comfortable were you doing intimate scenes with John in the film?
    I have known and worked with John before so we have a great rapport. However, it was of course still a little awkward but we both focused completely on the scene at hand. What actually eased us out was knowing that our director Nishikant Kamath was in control thus ensuring a more relaxed atmosphere on set and a clean and aesthetic end product on screen.

    What attracted you to Force?
    It is a film that allowed me to push both my artistic and physical boundaries. I think while the young, cute, energetic girl has been something most people associate me with, ‘Force’ has given me a character who is definitely a mature extension of that bubbly girl. As soon as I read the script, I was hooked and wanted to be a part of this film. In addition to the story and script knowing that Nishikant (Kamath) and Vipul (Amrutlal Shah) were at the helm of it gave me more reason to be part of the project.

    What is John Abraham like as a co-star and how does he compare to other leading men you have worked with?
    It was great to work with John. He is such a wonderful co-star. He is extremely disciplined and focused on set. He has a very positive aura around him and enjoys the work he does. I have known and worked with him before so we had a rapport that went even beyond the film. He is a lot of fun to be around and working with him was, as always, very enjoyable. In all honesty, I can’t really compare the leading men I have worked with, as they have all been so great in their own ways. I have been fortunate enough to work with some wonderfully talented actors and each of those working equations have helped me learn and grow and I cherish the time I’ve spent with them to ensure we do our best and add value to our films.

    Will this film appeal to the ladies?
    Yes, without a doubt. Firstly, you have John’s amazing, 8-pack abs providing some eye candy for the ladies :). But more seriously, it is such a well crafted film – some wonderfully choreographed action sequences, a gripping narrative, and insofar as my role, ladies will certainly be able to relate to Maya. She very much represents the modern woman and has a very key role in the film. I think the film will appeal to men and women equally.

    Why have you remained so connected to South Indian cinema?
    I completely enjoy filmmaking regardless of which language it is communicated in. I have been working across 4 industries – Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam and honestly consider myself fortunate to have had the opportunity to work and learn so much. Each industry has its own sensibilities, working techniques, and thus helps you expand your horizons. Regional cinema is so influential and has a very strong following. It allows me to reach different audiences, and it produces some amazing films which can often inspire Hindi productions, as one can observe from a few recent Hindi films.

    Tell us something not many people know about you?
    I was a national level football player growing up..