Mar 30, 2008


I have been busy at work and studies, too stressfull that I didn't feel like login to the net and do anything, for the past two to three weeks it was allot of things to grasp, work wasn't easy for me to forcus, as people don't listen to my opinion until yesterday's meeting I had to put my feet down to the ground and make my statements too clear for everyone that nothing I prevuosly said will change, and thank God for keeping me cool all the time.

Mar 19, 2008

Earth Hour

Yesterday while I was watching the news on Dubai One TV, their were talking about Dubai will join the other cities around the world from 8 pm to 9 pm switching of most of the lights in the city to support minimising the usage of electricity and encourage alternative lighting solutions for environmental purpose, it’s to put Dubai city in the world’s map.

I wish Oman does join the world and supporting such environmental event.

Mar 6, 2008

Celebrity Conner

On February 22, 2008 Mr & Mrs Marc Anthony welcomed their first newborns son Max
and daughter Emme to the world.

With mama Jennifer Lopez been freaked out like every insecure celebrity worried that her new born babies to be kidnapped, she kept her babies under round-the-clock guard since their birth with two bodyguards for every 8 hour shift, which cost them a allot, but the Anthony’s aren’t worried about their financials, as they will be exclusively selling the newborns photos to People Weekly magazine in order to cover up their expenses and financially secure the newborns future.

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Prime Minister and Vice President of the United Arab Emirates, and the ruler of Dubai vision is sharpening, giving a chance for the his off-springs to become the future Prime Minister and Vice President of the United Arab Emirates by announcing on 1st February 2008, the crown prince of Dubai Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum and the deputy ruler of Dubai Sheikh Maktoum Bin Mohammed Rashid Al Maktoum along side his 2nd elder brother Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum.

Mar 5, 2008

After the storm

It’s been a while I haven’t posted anything, when ever I login the internet, I feel drained and not in a mood for to write nor surf the net; allot of news I want to talk about, I hope it may interest you’ll.

First I give high five for the Sultanate of Oman leader, the government and it’s citizens as well as the expatriates for making Muscat Festival 2008 work and go through after six months of ‘the Guno cyclone’ hit Oman and everyone got on their feet making it happen.

Dish TV is a satellite broadcasting service available to users in India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, and parts of South East Asia, which is now been sold off in the Arabian Gulf Counties - Middle East through the Indian expatriates who work in the satellite distribution companies or get it by them selves from India, I was told about by my colleague.

When you buy a dishtv connection you get - Hardware / Equipment:
  • Dish with LNB
  • Digibox and cable
  • Viewing Card (VC)

It will cost from USD122.21 to USD162.70 for one year with the above Hardware / Equipments, then it will only cost from USD 51.1 to USD91.59, it’s vary cheep. It seems it’s illegal in Oman but it is still sold.

Is it humanely to give one hour notice for dismissing your employee to pack his stuff and sending back home? I don’t believe so.

The first spy camera was found in female toilet in a government building in Dubai - UAE; the man was captured after 48 hours from the time it was found.

Dubai-based Almulla Hospitality is planning to develop a hotel chain that complies with Islamic law, including a ban on alcohol.