Friday, April 23, 2010

Jazz on the dance floor

I'm going to keep it short.... excellent evening, jazz music, a little warm weather. Still it made me feel like jiving, mix with some salsa steps as the song played...Save the last dance for me.


"Save The Last Dance For Me"

You can dance-every dance with the guy
Who gives you the eye,let him hold you tight
You can smile-every smile for the man
Who held your hand neath the pale moon light
But don't forget who's takin' you home
And in whose arms you're gonna be
So darlin' save the last dance for me

Oh I know that the music's fine
Like sparklin' wine,go and have your fun
Laugh and sing,but while we're apart
Don't give your heart to anyone
But don't forget who's takin' you home
And in whose arms you're gonna be
So darlin' save the last dance for me

Baby don't you know I love you so
Can't you feel it when we touch
I will never never let you go
I love you oh so much

You can dance,go and carry on
Till the night is gone
And it's time to go
If he asks if you're all alone
Can he walk you home,you must tell him no
'Cause don't forget who's taking you home
And in whose arms you're gonna be
Save the last dance for me

'Cause don't forget who's taking you home
And in whose arms you're gonna be
So darling,save the last dance for me
Save the last dance for me
Save the last dance for me.

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Curb methane emissions.. How much is it possible

It seems far fetched idea.. but this news could be good or bad. Good that we are on road to find solution to curb things, which work in resistance to our survival. But bad also, if its used extensively, can these worms become next community of cockroaches which cannot be destroyed by nuclear bombs too. Well, makes me remember of the statement, dadi's use to give. "Use only what you need not over use or dump"...


In Lonar,key to curb methane emissions

Umesh Isalkar | TNN

Pune: Researchers from India and the UK have identified the active presence of several methane-eating bacteria at the Lonar meteor impact crater lake in Buldhana (Maharashtra ),which can offer hope for controlling global warming.
The research teams led by scientist Yogesh Shouche from the National Centre for Cell Science (NCCS),Pune,conceive the possible use of such extreme methane-eaters in reducing methane emissions from wetlands,landfills,power-stations and other areas where the green house gas is released.
These findings were accepted on April 12 for publication in the prestigious International Society for Microbial Ecology (ISME) journal,which is published by the Nature Publishing Group.The collaborative research was funded by the UK-India Education and Research Initiative (UKIERI).

via TOI, 16-04-2010

Sunday, April 18, 2010

Mango Sandwich


I'm felling so good to know, that few people know about it and tried it, so here's my simple recipe for Mango sandwich. For the mango lovers having them in breakfast, lunch , dinner and in between snacks...

Mango Sandwich.

Ingredients
Mango any kind
Bread(preferably brown for health)
salt
pepper

Process
Peel off Mango Neatly. Slice the mango, keeping the peices big and thickness of 5mm. Take a bread slice, arrange mango slices on it (like we arrange salad in normal sandwich). Sprinkle salt and pepper, acc. to taste. Put another slice of bread on it. Dress it with salted or masala chips on side. And your Mango sandwich is ready.

Review
i've been having it everyday, since the mango started coming home.