It was a hot meeting at the office conference hall. All the people from the department had been called. The VP was looking much tensed.
The mood was so bad. My friend asked me -”Hey, what is this meeting all about?” I told – May be they will decide on when to have the next meeting. People around smiled at each other. Then the VP started talking. It was about the recent attrition rate that was so high. Around 10 people had put in their papers. All experienced guys. It was quarter end and so work was huge. If we do not complete the work on time, we need to be paying heavy penalty said the VP. The VP turned to the manager and told “Hey – take how much ever resources you want. Recruit or take them from other departments. But complete the work in another 25 days. Take people and complete it man.
To this the sweet manager replied “Sir! Give me one wife and nine months and I shall show you results. Don’t give me nine wives and one month. I cannot do anything.” We looked at the manager and thought “What an Awesome Reply man!”
August 29, 2008 at 2:46 pm
Have a look around and you feel every other being is suffering from a skin related problem. Looking for harsher ways … and EXPENSIVE too. If you are young, the sun is causing trouble or its those pimples that go off after every few days. If you are aged the wrinkles make you go bonkers Woah … interestingly such problems were considered Oh-So-Feminish til few years back. Not any more. Men are interested, at times more, than women here.
Few days back I got the chance to have a look on a new brand’s such Cosmeceutical. BTW, cosmeceutical is a union between cosmetics and pharmaceuticals. Like cosmetics, cosmeceuticals are topically applied, but they contain ingredients that influence the biological function of the skin. Cosmeceuticals improve appearance, but they do so by delivering nutrients necessary for healthy skin.
Cosméceutique is the new skin care brand I’m talking about. I ordered their Skin Fareness cream. Not that I’m included in the blind race of going fair or anything like that. HMPH. One because Age defying couldn’t have been my choice. At this age using age defying could make me go look like 10 year old. Thanks, but no thanks So I selected the Skin Fairness formula. UV protection works good with me.
Their Skin Fairness compound had interesting ingredients working towards the
skin nourishment as well as the BIGGEST need for people in Pakistan, Protection against UV radiations. The ingredient that caught my eye was Umbelliferin … ah ha the Coriander seed as commonly known to us. I
love coriander seeds =D Not only that but do you know in Egyptian era, yeah the same Cleopatra tales, Coriander Seeds were considered symbol of immortality. Rejuvenation. What else your skin asks for?
The products are tested for hypoallergenic and are safe for all skin types. 4-6 weeks usage delivers visile effects (No, i’m not using it for that long … in case you are wondering). Nice thorough packaging and quick delivery that was accompanied by portfolio of all products. The best thing … there’s a healthcare helpline to answer all your emerging queries 24×7. Woah .. skincare going smart in Pakistan
Its for the people who have extra worries over their skin … loads of water and fruits should do the trick … if its not … probably you can try out the products. Refreshing Luck to ye… !
For More details on other products available by the company, go have look at their website. And the wide range of products that are available with them If you’ve any queries … you can ask here or ask the experts on Cosméceutique.
August 27, 2008 at 10:55 am
I have never seen a khotooo laugh )
he’s sooo cute
August 19, 2008 at 1:28 am
I love it when brides build their bouquets around blooms that have special meaning. This can be as simple as including a few daisies if your husband-to-be brought you a bunch on your first date, or a pair of peonies if your mother carried those down the aisle. Another sweet idea: Mixing and matching flowers that have, since Victorian times, come to symbolize different emotions and virtues. Here’s a list of some of my favorite flowers, and what they represent:
- crocus: cheerfulness
- daisy: innocence
- dogwood: duration
- orchid: beauty
- forget-me-not: remember me
- freesia: innocence
- geranium: true friendship
- hellebore: calming
- lady’s mantle: comfort
- lilac: first emotions of love
- pansy: you’re in my thoughts
- peony: bashful
- pink jasmine: I attach myself to you
- ranunculus: radiant with charms
- snowdrop: hope
- sweet pea: delicate pleasures
- tulip: declaration of love
- white jasmine: amiability
August 15, 2008 at 11:00 pm
Originally uploaded by Mudsi
We are still struggling though holding forts of our fragile ego.
August 14, 2008 at 12:25 am
Hundreds of Muslim refugees crowd atop a train leaving New Delhi for Pakistan in this September 1947 file photo.
August 13, 2008 at 10:41 am