life is tough

i have troubles of my own , and then i find people all around me , with their own problems ....
And then I realize that I have acquired their problems too, so basically inheriting problems from all around .... so there is no end to these problems , Its the problem of my immune system that i get these problems and my white blood cells are useless , I might have PIDS (problems immune deficiency syndrom) or an STD (socially troubled disease ) .....
what ever it is..... it is making my already troubled life even more difficult ........may be ill take some LSD and feel happy for a while , or may be ill end it for ever ......
Life is tough ..... and tough things cant stay for too long ,,,,,,..

Delhi Chicks


After exhausting most of the tombs, dargahs, forts, masjids, cafes, bazaars and bookshops, The Delhi Walla has finally compiled a guidebook of what this city is perhaps most admired for: its women. Here is the list of hangouts in the capital where voyeurs can cool off their eager eyes.

Priya Cinema, Basant Lok

The scene outside Priya cinema's box office window at Basant Lok never fails to disappoint. Deep cleavages and low jeans makes this pedestrian strip one of Delhi's most erotically-charged destinations. The air is scented with perfume, cafes are packed with punk-haired kids, and college-goers and day-job yuppies walk hand in hand. Even bookshops are not safe from the invasion of the hotties.

Risk factor: Minimal since the Priya crowd, like ramp walk models, loves to set hearts racing.

Khan Market

Pricey showrooms, trendy restro-bars, and earthy kebab-stalls at Khan Market are the natural home of the beautiful in all hues and varieties—young and old, rich and powerful, desi and expats. Everyone is cool but they're not loud about their cool quotient. They may be botoxed but they never wear fake brands. However, the cleavages here are not that deep.

Risk factor: Quite high but the daring may try.

Paharganj Main Bazaar

If you have a thing for goras, then Paharganj must be your getaway. Its rooftop cafes, roadside bookshops, and makeshift henna stalls shimmer and glimmer with bare arms and barer legs. Loads of Israeli and European tourists lounge about - almost naked!

Risk factor: Not high but the gaze must be shifty so that it escapes notice.

M Block Market, GK-II

Size Zero may be the latest fashion statement but Delhi's attachment to hot aunties with heaving buxoms and salty maturity is always in vogue. Take a trip to M-Block Market and enjoy.

Risk factor: Not high. Aunties like it.

Near Jama Masjid, Old Delhi

If Paharganj tempts by bare flesh, Matia Mahal in Old Delhi allures the senses with delicious mysteries—just what lies beneath those ghunghats and purdahs? Beauty acquires a new meaning. Too bad men wear no veil.

Risk factor: Don't ask.

Statutory warning: Bird watching can be injurious to health.

Bus stop distractions

Photo Essay - Chicks of Delhi

Shy 'n' modest

Camera Shy

Kya bolta tu

Photo Essay - Chicks of Delhi

Beauty in exile

Killings in Lhasa, Unrest in Delhi

Madam in red

Blushing Red

Perfect symmetry

Photo Essay - Chicks of Delhi

Old Delhi babes

Jama Masjid Beauties

Drama queen

Drama Queen

Classical touch

Muslim Women of Delhi

What lies behind?

Burqa Beauties

Who is impaired?


I was on my way home,
On the roads like I always roam,
It was then I saw this girl,
Whose legs had a kind of twirl.

Then I called her “hey!need some help?”,
“No,Get lost!” ,was her yelp.
She had no friends and no fun,
she missed every merry under the sun.

“Attitude problem!”,I angrily sighed.
My sympathy for her instantly died.
Then I went home, calm and quiet,
rather argue with her and raise a fight.

Some time later I gave it a thought,
why into such misery she must have got.
Her invalid legs made her feel low,
World’s running fast and she was so slow.

Sympathy , she hated.
Friendship, she needed.
I waited for her the next day,
and found her limping all the way.

She looked sad and glum as always,
Heavy penalty,for a broken limb she pays.
“Hey!Whats your name?”, I called out.
Surprised she was to see me shout.

I slowly made friends with the girl I saw,
She started smiling since then making me awe.
Then I also came to know, crippled were only her limbs,
Not her intelligence for which the whole world whims.

Foolish World!
No body ever knows,
It’s the inside that counts
not what that shows!

Mathematics behind guessing answers in MCQ

Many times I've seen people saying that because of negative marking, one should only attempt questions in objective examinations that one is fully sure of.
I've seen this advice being given for the IIT-JEE, the AIEEE, and even the UPSC exams (negative marking has been introduced ).
This advice is WRONG, WRONG, WRONG.
Why am I saying so? It's all a question of probabilities. Read on to find out.
Why are negative marks given?
Before negative marking was introduced, several students got through just by guessing questions blindly.
Negative marking is meant to discourage blind guessing.
The keyword is BLIND.
Negative marking is NOT meant to discourage intelligent guessing.
Let's take the example of the IIT-JEE/AIEEE straight (one option correct out of four) questions (+3/-1). Say, there are 60 questions. You do not know the answers to any of them.
1. Guess blindly
Since one out of four options is correct, odds are, you'll get one out of every four questions correct.
That means that you should get around 15 questions correct, and 45 incorrect. So your total will be around (15 × 3 - 45 × 1) = 0, rendering you almost equal to a person who left the paper blank.
This is how negative marking discourages blind guessing.
2. Eliminate 1 option in every question
Let's say you know enough to eliminate one option in every question. Therefore, you have to guess among 3 answers. So the odds are that you get 1 out of every 3 answers correct.
This means that you should get around 20 answers correct, and 40 wrong. The total will be around (20 × 3 - 40 × 1) = 20. This means that you will be better off than if you had left the paper blank.
3. Eliminate 2 options in every question
Your odds will improve further. You should get around 30 answers correct, and 30 wrong. The total will be around (30 × 3 - 30 × 1) = 60. Your score is MUCH better than if you had left the paper blank.
Moral of the story
For a +3/-1 question, ALWAYS guess once you have eliminated at least one answer. ALWAYS.
Note that this is valid for all multiple choice questions in which the negative mark for a wrong answer is 1/(n-1) times the mark for a right answer. n is the number of options.
The situation can change according to the value of the fraction.
For the +4/-1 comprehension questions (in this year's IIT-JEE - 2009/2008/2007):
Even if you guess blindly, in 60 questions your score will be around (15 × 4 - 45 × 1) = 15. Therefore you should ALWAYS attempt such questions, even if you have to guess blindly.
For the +5/-1 multiple answer questions (previous IIT-JEEs):
There are 14 possible incorrect answers and only one possible correct answer. In 60 questions, if you guess blindly, you will get (4 × 5 - 56 × 1) = -36, i.e. badly hit.
If you are sure of one option being correct, there can be 8 possible answers -- you will get 1 out of 8 answers right. The odds are still against you.
If you are sure of 1 correct option and one other option (correct or incorrect), there can be 4 possible answers. The odds are *now* in your favour.
If you are sure of one option being incorrect, there can be 7 possible answers -- the odds are against you.
If you know two options are incorrect, there can be 3 possible answers -- the odds are in your favour.
Therefore, guessing is a bad idea, unless you are sure of two options either way.
Remember -- this is not a substitute for knowing the answers. You will always score the highest if you know the answers.
PS. It is possible that by chance you get all the answers you guessed right, or all the answers you guessed wrong. This chance is very small, however. To get all 60 questions wrong, the chances are (3/4)60 = 3.19 × 10-8. The probability of getting all 60 questions correct is even lower: (1/4)60 = 7.52 × 10-37.
EDIT: Some more information on this can be found at . The concept of expected values is also present in gambling, and guessing is quite similar to gambling, in a mathematical sense. The important thing is to get the odds in your favour.