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Thursday, October 28, 2010

Gunners news : Newcastle United 0-4 Arsenal

Walcott Brace And Decisive Bendtner Finish Seals Victory After Krul Own Goal

Arsenal advanced to the quarter finals of the League Cup after a deserved victory over Newcastle United, but the win was somewhat tainted by a dubious second goal.

The visitors took the lead just prior to the break in comical circumstances as a headed effort was sliced off the line only to smack the back of keeper Tim Krul's head and bounce into goal.

Theo Walcott added a second after dinking the ball over Krul, but Nicklas Bendtner's involvement in the goal had St James' Park fuming as, from an offside position, he deliberately blocked the path of Mike Williamson who was racing down on goal to block the England man.

The Danish striker notched one himself with a stellar finish with time running out after bending a shot beyond Krul before Walcott wrapped things up with minutes remaining.

Both managers made nine changes to their sides that played in the Premier League at the weekend, with the notable youngsters on show for the home side being Tamas Kadar, Haris Vuckic and Nile Ranger, who netted in the stunning away victory in the previous round at Chelsea.

Meanwhile Arsene Wenger named a strong line-up after abandoning his policy of playing solely youth players in the competition, with only Craig Eastmond and Polish stopper Wojciech Szczesny being considered rookies in an otherwise strong XI with Cesc Fabregas starting from the bench.

The somewhat experimental make-up of both teams made for an entertaining opening as each side sought to test the other, with Carlos Vela being denied by a bold save from Tim Krul, who was on hand moments later to bat away a Bendtner effort.

The men in black and white soon showed their attacking intent as they surged towards goal before Vuckic launched a strike from distance that rippled the outside of the net.

Minutes later and the visitors were launching more attacks of their own, but Theo Walcott spurned a chance to gift Vela a tap-in by misplacing a cross to the Mexican forward after Emmanuel Eboue had seen a low drive well saved by Krul and Bendtner saw an a strike drag wide.

The excitement didn't stop there though as the Magpies created the first clear cut chance of the game when Ranger's burst of pace enabled him to slip beyond the Arsenal back-line and latch onto a Danny Guthrie punt, but the young striker, after beating Szczesny, dallied before seeing a timid effort blocked away by Laurent Koscielny.

From the resulting set-piece the ball fell to former Manchester United midfielder Alan Smith, who hit a stinging drive that smashed off the bar after the Polish keeper managed to divert it via the slightest of touches.

Wenger was soon called into making an unanticipated change as Kieran Gibbs, who had picked up a knock in the opening minutes that necessitated treatment, struggled to get back up to speed and had to be replaced by Bacary Sagna.

That change enabled both sides to take a breather after 20 minutes of relentless action, and following the swap the pace dropped significantly, although Newcastle did appeal for what would have been a highly fortuitous penalty after the ball hit substitute Sagna in the box.

What had started as a high octane and open game soon turned cagey with neither team carving out clear opportunities, and Bendtner wasted a scarce chance after tamely rolling the ball to Krul following a confident run into the box.

Similarly, Emmanuel Eboue strode into the area from a left-sided position after beating Ryan Taylor with a drop of the shoulder, but the Ivorian futilely elected to shoot from a tight angle with Vela in space.

The Gunners were, however, exerting their control of the game with much of it being played in Newcastle's half and arguably should have had a penalty after James Perch misread a cross and first scraped Johan Djourou before then seeming to handle the ball.

Arsenal finally capped off a dominant spell by opening the scoring, but it was hardly a goal befitting their sophisticated play. A Vela corner was headed towards goal by Bendtner and, after bouncing off several bodies, the ball was nodded off the line by Taylor and rebounded into the net off the back of the unfortunate Krul's head.

That comical goal was the final act of a first half that had plenty of action, and plenty of missed chances, but the lead was a deserved one for an Arsenal side that had comfortably controlled the final 20 minutes of action and should have already opened the scoring, with Bendtner in particular guilty of wasting several decent opportunities.

Krul to be kind | Gaffe gifts Arsenal lead

Neither Chris Hughton nor Wenger opted to make a change for the restart, from which Newcastle captain Smith saw himself go in the book after a sliding tackle on Walcott tripped the zippy forward as he attempted to deliver a cross.

The home side soon had an opportunity to level the score from a corner, but after leaping like a salmon, Perch looked like a fish out of water as his header flew over Szczesny's bar.

The visitors then extended their lead in controversial fashion. Danish striker Bendtner, returning from an offside position, jogged into and collided with Williamson, allowing Walcott to race through unopposed and lift the ball over Krul as referee Andre Marriner refused to blow for an infringement.

Hughton swiftly thrust on winger Jonas Gutierrez and striker Andrew Carroll, for the ineffective duo of Wayne Routledge and Peter Lovenkrands respectively, but neither substitute was able to make an immediate impact as the Gunners continued in much the same fashion as they ended the second half, retaining possession with relative ease.

Gutierrez did, however, offer the home fans something to cheer about with some direct running at Sagna, who conceded a corner after blocking a shot from the Argentinian, and fellow substitute Carroll should have utilised his aerial might but could only nod wide at the far post from the set play.

Wenger was afforded the chance to give Cesc Fabregas a rare run out in the early stages of the Carling Cup as he replaced the tiring Vela, who had been the quietest of Arsenal's front trio, while Hughton also threw his last roll of the dice by making a like-for-like change as Smith was hooked off for Joey Barton.

Newcastle continued to prod away, and saw an effort scrambled off the line, but it came as no real surprise when Arsenal wrapped up victory with a third after Bendtner finished a sweeping team move with a superb strike on the edge of the area.

The Danish striker was quickly hauled off for Jay Emmanuel-Thomas, but Arsenal didn't stop scoring there as Walcott raced clear after being released by Koscielny and coolly slotted past Krul.

Carroll came close to netting a consolation goal with the final chance of the game only to be denied by Szczesny, and the margin of victory did not flatter the visitors who had strolled in the second half.

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Fakta mengenai tubuh badan manusia

Berikut adalah fakta-fakta mengenai tubuh badan manusia berdasarkan
> penyelidikan sains. Fakta-fakta ini mungkin masih tidak diketahui oleh ramai
> orang: *
> 1. Jika semua saluran urat darah dalam tubuh manusia dicantumkan ia boleh
> meliputi Jalan Raya sepanjang 96,000 Kilometer .
> 2. Saraf ditubuh badan manusia dapat menghantar impuls kira-kira 90 Meter
> sesaat.
> 3. Jika usus kecil manusia dibelah dan dicantum-cantumkan, ia boleh memenuhi
> kawasan seluas 9.2 Meter persegi.
> 4. Manusia akan hilang sebanyak 50 Peratus deria rasa pada usia 60 tahun.
> 5. Setiap langkah kehadapan anda terpaksa menggerakkan 54 otot dalam tubuh
> badan.
> 6. Orang lelaki mudah mendapat buta warna, 10 kali ganda berbanding wanita.
> 7 . Manusia bernafas kira-kira 23,000 kali dalam tempoh 24 jam.
> 8. Apabila seseorang bercakap, secara purata 300 titisan air liur akan
> keluar dalam tempoh seminit, iaitu
> kira-kira 2.5 titisan bagi satu perkataan.
> 9. Secara purata sesaorang itu minum 8,000 gelen air sepanjang hidupnya.
> 10. Manusia hanya menggunakkan 10 peratus daripada otaknya untuk berfikir.
> 11. Ketika bersin, semua organ dalam badan tidak berfungsi termasuk jantung.
> (sebab tuh kena sebut alhamdulillah, syukur sebab tak jalan terus.... bukan
> sebut pardon me or excuse me..)
> 12. Kerosakan otak akan berlaku jika suhu badan meningkat melebihi 41 darjah
> Celcius.
> 13. Badan manusia mengandungi sulfur yang cukup untuk membunuh kutu anjing,
> karbon untuk membuat 9,000 batang pensel, potassium, lemak untuk membuat 7
> ketul sabun, fosforus untuk membuat 2,200 batang kepala mancis dan air untuk
> mengisi tangki sebanyak 37 liter.
> 14. Ketika mulut kering, anda tidak akan dapat menikmati sebarang makanan,
> ini kerana air liurlah yang membantu kita merasa sesuatu yang masin, manis,
> masam dan sebagainya.
> 15. Apabila anda mengecam muka sesaorang anda sedang menggunakan otak
> sebelah kanan.
> 16 . Pada retina mata, terdapat lebih 100 juta sel yang cukup sensitif
> terhadap cahaya.
> 17. Jika 80 peratus hati manusia dipindahkan, bahagian yang tinggal masih
> boleh berfungsi, malahan ia akan membesar ke saiz asal dalam tempoh
> tertentu.
> 18. Secara purata kita menuturkan 30,000 perkataan sehari, mengambil masa
> selama 3 jam 30 minit. Ini
> bererti dalam tempoh 1 jam kita menyebut 9,000 perkataan yang ada.
> 19. Jika anda terkurung didalam bilik yang kedap udara, anda akan mati
> kerana keracunan karbon dioksida bukan kerana kekurangan oksigen seperti
> yang disangkakan.
> 20. Secara purata setiap orang makan 51 kilogram bahan perasa temasuk gula
> dan garam setahun.

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Top 7 Fastest Ways to Travel

Some of the world’s fastest trains, planes, boats and automobiles cater to private clientele for top dollar, while others are available to the general public and promise an unforgettable ride. Here are seven of the fastest ways to travel.

“Spirit of Australia” Boat

This boat set the world water speed record of 317.6 MPH in the late ‘70s, and is still the fastest boat in the world. The boat is powered by a 6,000 horse power Westinghouse jet engine and is currently on display at the Australian National Maritime Museum.

L'Hydroptere Sailboat

It’s the world’s fastest sailboat, reaching a speed of 69 MPH, and it's designed with hydrofoils that can make it go faster than any other type of sailboat on the waters. If you’re ready to head off on a private island getaway or explore the coast on your own, consider hopping aboard this speedy sailboat for a thrilling experience you’ll never forget.

Kawasaki Bullet Train

Japan’s Kawasaki Heavy Industries has developed one of the world’s most environmentally-friendly super express trains that can reach speeds of 217 MPH, and is one of the most efficient, state-of-the-art trains on the market.

Gulfstream G550 Private Jet

Clocking in at about 675 MPH, this private jet carries eight passengers and is designed with several deluxe amenities, including wireless LAN, a satellite communications system, DVD player, LCD televisions and individual temperature control units. The plane has flown nonstop from Seoul, South Korea to Orlando, Florida and is powered by enhanced Rolls-Royce BR710 turbofan engines.

Grand Voyager

Grand Voyager ships from Royal Olympic Cruises are some of the world's fastest cruise ships, reaching speeds of about 19.5 knots (roughly 23 MPH) and running on super-powerful engines. The ship is about 180 feet long and offers tours of the Mediterranean with stops at ports including Piraeus, Greece; Genoa, Italy; and Madeira, Portugal. The ship also features onboard entertainment and activities.


The Eurostar is one of Europe’s fastest bullet trains, connecting Paris and Brussels to London via the English Channel. The high-speed train offers basic amenities and services, and is one of the most affordable ways to travel from country to country.

China Railways CRH3

The CRH3 is a feat of modern train technology, reaching speeds of 350 KM/H. Passengers can choose from sitting in Deluxe, First, or Second class as they are delivered to their destination of choice, proving that efficiency and comfort need not be mutually exclusive.

Monday, October 25, 2010


Siasatan kemalangan maut: Bas Delima dipandu laju

Bas ekpres yang terlibat dalam kemalangan maut yang mengorbankan 13 nyawa di km 223 Lebuhraya Utara-Selatan berhampiran plaza tol Simpang Ampat 10 Oktober lepas, didapati dipandu 120 kilometer sejam (km/j) selepas memasuki lebuh raya itu dari tol Alor Gajah.

Menteri Pengangkutan Datuk Seri Kong Cho Ha berkata itu adalah antara penemuan kajian dan analisis saintifik mengenai kemalangan itu yang dikendalikan Institut Penyelidikan Keselamatan Jalan Raya Malaysia (Miros).

Beliau berkata berikutan kemalangan itu satu mesyuarat membabitkan agensi berkaitan seperti Jabatan Pengangkutan Jalan, Puspakom, polis dan Pihak Berkuasa Lebuhraya Malaysia diadakan pada 14 Oktober.

Laporan mesyuarat itu dikumpul dan dianalisis oleh satu pasukan berkaitan kemalangan Miros, katanya dalam kenyataan di ibunegara hari ini.

Beliau berkata berdasarkan laporan analisis kesan tenaga kemalangan, kemungkinan kelajuan Bas Delima yang membawa 36 penumpang itu, sebelum berhenti ialah antara 94 dan 109km/j.

"Selain itu, terdapat kenderaan lain yang terbabit dalam kemalangan itu yang mungkin dipandu dengan kelajuan 160km/j pada masa kejadian," katanya.

Dalam kejadian pada pukul 6.47 petang itu, bas ekspres Delima yang menghala ke Kuala Lumpur dari Melaka hilang kawalan, 'melayang' ke laluan bertentangan lebuh raya dan melanggar sebuah van, dua kereta dan sebuah lagi bas lain, menyebabkan 13 maut dan 38 yang lain cedera.

Mengenai keadaan bas ekspres itu, Kong berkata pemeriksaan berkala oleh Puspakom menunjukkan bas itu dalam keadaan baik.

"Berdasarkan pemeriksaan Puspakom selepas kemalangan mendapati tayar dan brek bas ekspres itu dalam keadaan baik sebelum kejadian itu berlaku," katanya.

Beliau berkata antara kemungkinan punca kemalangan ialah memasuki laluan secara tiba-tiba, aliran trafik yang kritikal di hadapan dan tindak balas yang perlahan daripada pemandu bas itu.

Jumlah kematian dan kecederaan akibat kemalangan itu boleh dielak jika semua pengguna mematuhi peraturan jalan raya dan mengamalkan pemanduan berhemah, memandu dengan had laju yang ditetapkan, memakai tali pinggang keledar dan kenderaan berat dipandu di laluan perlahan.

- Bernama

sumber: MALAYSIAKINI 25/10/2010


Gunners news : Man City 0 vs 3 Arsenal

Samir Nasri and Alex Song scored in each half before Nicklas Bendter scored on his return to give Arsenal a 3-0 victory over Manchester City in a fascinating match at Eastlands, which saw Derek Boyata sent off after just five minutes.

Boyata rightly recieved his marching order early on for hauling down Marouane Chamakh before Nasri and Song both scored powerful efforts, and Bendtner a cool finish, with a Cesc Fabregas missed penalty sandwiched in between for good measure.

After the distracting Wayne Rooney fiasco over the past seven days, attentions were turned to a far more sobering aspect of football before kick-off at Eastlands where a minutes applause was performed in memory of previous Manchester City manager Malcolm Allison, who managed to club on two separate spells and led them to their most successful era in their history during the 1960s and 1970s which included a first division title, an FA Cup and a European Cup Winners Cup.

However, even with no notable success since then, City are a far different prospect after the injection of millions from Abu Dhabi-based owner Sheikh Mansour and came into this game lying second, with more than a chance of beating Arsenal after overcoming the Londoners 4-2 in the same fixture last season.

With thoughts of Allison reverberating around the stadium, City started the strongest and Carlos Tevez, in for European hattrick hero Emmanuel Adebayor, nearly contributed to the opening goal inside the first few minutes. The Argentinian made a fool of Johan Djourou down the right flank and sent over a low cross that David Silva flicked through his own legs, only for Lukasz Fabianski to get down quickly to block.

City’s fortunes turned sour immediately afterwards though in an incident that Allison, a centre-half in his playing days, would no doubt be shaking his head at. Cesc Fabregas played a clever slide-rule pass through to Marouane Chamakh only for Dedryck Boyata to haul the Moroccan down to receive his marching orders and to leave his club playing with just 10 men for 85 minutes.

Despite the early red card, hard challenges continued to litter the Eastlands pitch with Gareth Barry, Fabregas, Denilson, Djourou and Song all going into the referee’s book before halftime but Arsenal slowly started to take control of the game and should have gone ahead after 18 minutes when Bacary Sagna’s whipped cross met a rising Johan Djourou, who could only powers his header over from eight yards out.

The Gunners did not have to rue the missed chance for long though as only a minute later they were ahead. Again Bacary Sagna was the provider, and he found Samir Nasri just outside the City area. The Frenchman played a one-two with Andrey Arshavin, leaving Barry for dead, before firing past the advancing Joe Hart from eight yards out for his seventh goal in his seventh appearance this season.

It was a big blow for City, but as counter-attacking specialists they remained a constant threat for the adventurous Arsenal, who looked far from watertight at the back and Micah Richards nearly made them pay. James Milner played in the marauding Micah Richards, but the full-back got noticeably nervous when he found himself inside the area with just the goalkeeper to beat he curled a left-foot shot just past the angle of post and crossbar from 12 yards out.

With City starting to find their feet again after the double blow of the sending off and then conceding, Arsenal were given the opportunity to take a 2-0 lead into half-time as Vincent Kompany recklessly took out Fabregas just inside the area and a penalty was immediately awarded.

The Spaniard stepped up and hit the penalty with pace towards the corner but it wasn’t low enough, and Joe Hart took advantage and made a brilliant save to deny the 23-year-old from the penalty spot for only the second time in his career.

As the clocked ticked towards the break Kompany came close to putting his side level when he headed over from eight yards out before restorting back to his defensive abilities and brilliantly blocking a powerful goal-bound effort from Denilson.

Despite being the team in front, Arsenal came out the strongest in the second half, Marouane Chamakh again involved as he nipped in to steal the ball off Jerome Boateng and feed in Samir Nasri. The goal scorer then found Cesc Fabregas, but his 12-yard shot lacked power and Joe Hart saved comfortably.

With Tevez hobbling badly, Arsenal again mounted an attack. Gael Clichy whipped over a cross from the Arsenal left that Joe Hart could only punch away to stop Cesc Fabregas sneaking in at the far post to double his team’s lead.

With Adebayor coming on for the injured Tevez, City started to increase the pressure for the first time in the second period. Togo international heads over with Fabianski in no-man’s land, before James Milner and David Silva combined well on the right flank to allow the Spaniard to toe-poke a powerful effort from an angle, that the Arsenal goalkeeper did brilliantly well to stop rifling into the back of the net.

With the pace of the match reaching Usain Bolt levels, Arsenal hit the home team with a sucker punch. Arsenal played it from left to right and Nasri picked it up and laid it back to Fabregas who tried to find Chamakh, but the pass was cut out by Wayne Bridge only for it fall to Alex Song to hammer the ball into the top corner of Joe Hart's goal from 14 yards out.

Mario Balotelli came on for Manchester City in the final 15 minutes for his Premier League debut, replacing the poor Barry and the move nearly brough fruition as the teenager was involved in the move that led to Adebayor coming extremely close to getting his team back into it, only for a stunning reaction save by Lukasz Fabianski to deny him.

But, whatever City produced, Arsenal seemed comfortable enough in defence, a marked change from the first half, to contain the home side, and had more than enough chances to score a third and did with just minutes remaining. With Nasri again involved, the Frenchman slid a ball through for Nicklas Bendtner, who escaped the offside trap to run through and coolly slot home on his return to first team action and round off a convincing win for the Londoners.

Sunday, October 24, 2010

BERSYUKUR Dengan Apa Yang Ada : An eye opener

We must also thank God for his blessings upon us...

An Eye opener

They are not aware about the advanced world.
Sitting on the grass mat, living an isolated life….

All day he has to pick garbage for his survival…..

Care for child safetyduring play!!!

No home to protect them from the winter….

All that belongs to me is my body.
Can’t afford a pair of shoes….

Nido milk is good for children’s health, but….

Study, play and work all in one…..

Time to buy a new bedroom set???
How do the orphans sleep....

How do you see his future…..

Living on the garbage pile….

Do you see hope in these eyes!!!!

Looking for food…

Not happy with your 2 Bedroom Apartment???
This is my home, my world, my universe….

Where is my lunch??

Don’t waste water, some people desperately need it…

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Matahari di planet Marikh.

Good morning, Red planet! We are lucky to observe a sunrise over Mars from the vantage point of high orbit. It is quite spectacular…

Stunning Martian Sunrises

Stunning Martian Sunrises

Stunning Martian Sunrises

Stunning Martian Sunrises

Stunning Martian Sunrises

Stunning Martian Sunrises

Stunning Martian Sunrises

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Gunners news : Arsenal 5 vs 1 Shakhtar Shakhtar

Arsenal comfortably assumed top spot in Group H after a thumping win over Ukrainian champions Shakhtar Donetsk.

Though both teams going into the game tied at the top of the group, there was a clear gulf in quality as Arsenal took the lead in comical circumstances after goalkeeper Andriy Pyatov let slip a simple catch to allow Alexandre Song to touch the ball over the line. Samir Nasri added a second prior to the break after plucking the ball out of the air and swivelling to fire past Pyatov.

Cesc Fabregas converted a penalty to extend the gap with over half an hour remaining before Jack Wilshere chipped in for his first Champions League goal and Marouane Chamakh slotted home from close range.

Erstwhile Gunner Eduardo da Silva added some respect to the scoreline after slotting in a late consolation goal, earning the Croatian a standing ovation from his former supporters.

Arsene Wenger handed a start to captain Fabregas, returning after a month's absence with a hamstring injury to dislodge Abou Diaby, while Tomas Rosicky replaced Andrei Arshavin in attack with Theo Walcott also named in the squad.

For the visitors, former Gunner Eduardo da Silva started from the bench where he was joined by erstwhile Barcelona defender Dmytro Chygrynskiy.

A tepid start saw neither keeper called into making a save in the opening 15 minutes as Arsenal kept the ball with customary slickness on a soaked surface, and Shakhtar stopper Pyatov will no doubt be citing the slippery conditions after his fumble gifted the home side the lead.

An outswinging Nasri corner was dropped with the loose ball falling to the feet of Song, who bundled the ball over the line despite the efforts of defender Olexsander Kucher to block the ball on the line.

That gift of a goal injected life into a game that had hitherto been quiet, with Pyatov forced to make an adept save as Nasri volleyed from outside the box after a neat nod down from Chamakh.

The Ukrainians struggled to get into the tie despite frustrating Arsenal, who retained possession with ease if not incision, epitomised as Jack Wilshere played a clever give and go with Fabregas only to run into a white shirt on the edge of the area.

When the visitors did move forward it was usually via a surging run from captain Darijo Srna, and it was the Croatian's ability from dead ball situations that saw Lukasz Fabianski tested for the first time as the Pole was forced out of goal to batter away a corner.

Not soon after that, however, Srna's defensive frailties were exposed as the right-back badly misjudged the flight of Song's cross, which was expertly met by the outstretched right leg of Nasri, before the Frenchman readjusted his shape and toepoked the ball past Pyatov.

It was the final chance of an almost effortless first half in which the champions of Ukraine put up little fight against an Arsenal side that scarcely had to step out of first gear to find themselves two goals up going into the break, keeping their imperious European home form intact with little energy expended.

Shakhtar boss Mircea Lucescu reshuffled his desperately underperforming pack prior to the restart by replacing the disappointing Brazilian midfielder Willian with compatriot Douglas Costa.

It didn't take long for evidence of a half-time hammering to surface as the visitors saw their first proper chance of the game when Luiz Adriano latched onto a Henrik Mkhitaryan through ball and twisted beyond Johan Djourou before unleashing a left-footed strike that forced a bold save from Fabianski.

Substitute Costa then pressured Rosicky into conceding possession and drew a foul from the Czech international, but Srna's cross from a dangerous area was well met by a the sea of red shirts.

The sudden burst of activity from the away side, who began to press the ball with purpose for the first time in the game, had the home support frustrated as Arsenal struggled to push forward in the early stages of the second half.

But the Gunners were soon exerting their quality on the game with some clever forward play that had to be stopped by a blatant Tomas Hubschmann foul that saw the Czech midfielder earn a yellow, from that free-kick Adriano was to give away a penalty after hauling Djourou to the ground.

Captain Fabregas stepped up to convert from the spot and seal the three points with over half an hour remaining.

The 23-year-old midfielder, comfortable as ever, was swiftly replaced by Denilson. At the same time, ex-Gunner Eduardo - whose time in North London will always be remembered for the horrific injury sustained in his first season in the Premier League - entered the fray to a warm reception Luiz Adriano to a warm welcome.

Moments later Arsenal's newest star, Wilshere, brushed aside controversy over his Premier League sending off by notching his first European goal after rounding off a swift team move, which saw a one-two with Rosicky and a slick flick from Chamakh, by dinking the ball over Pyatov.

Moroccan striker Chamakh, involved in several of his side's goals, then slotted home arguably the easiest chance he's likely to have this season after defying the offside trap to convert Nasri's lofted ball.

The former Bordeaux man was himself replaced just seconds after scoring, with Walcott making his first appearance since being stretchered off in England's victory over Switzerland in September, and Nasri also earned a break after an efficient display as Wenger introduced Arshavin.

It was another substitute who found himself on the scoresheet though with little under 10 minutes remaining, and though it was a Shakhtar goal, the Emirates rose to applaud scorer Eduardo who volleyed home a hopeful Jadson cross.

The generous response summed up the exhibition atmosphere that the game had dipped into as both sides saw out the game as if it were a pre-season friendly, with Costa weaving and seeing a long range effort dip narrowly wide and Denilson nearly netting from an audacious distance as Pyatov raced off his line.

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

TRY this when you have a headache

The nose has a left and a right side; we use both to inhale and exhale.

Actually they are different; you would be able to feel the difference.
The right side represents the sun, left side represents the moon.
During a headache, try to close your right nose and use your left nose to breathe.

In about 5 mins, your headache will go?
If you feel tired, just reverse, close your left nose and breathe through your right nose.
After a while, you will feel your mind is refreshed.

Right side belongs to 'hot', so it gets heated up easily, left side belongs to 'cold'.

Most females breathe with their left noses, so they get "cooled off" faster.

Most of the guys breathe with their right noses, they get worked up.
Do you notice the moment we wake up, which side breathes faster? Left or right? ?

If left is faster, you will feel tired.
So, close your left nose and use your right nose for breathing, you will get refreshed quickly.

This can be taught to kids, but it is more effective when practiced by adults.

My friend used to have bad headaches and was always visiting the doctor.

There was this period when he suffered headache literally every night, unable to study.
He took painkillers, did not work.

He decided to try out the breathing therapy here: closed his right nose and breathed through his left nose.

In less than a week, his headaches were gone! He continued the exercise for one month.

This alternative natural therapy without medication is something that he has experienced.

So, why not give it a try?

Sunday, October 17, 2010

Gunners news : Arsenal 2 vs 1 Birmingham

Arsenal registered a victory over Birmingham City to continue their upward push in the Premier League following the international break.

Nikola Zigic initially put his side ahead against the run of play, but the hosts came back to claim three points through a penalty from Samir Nasri and a goal from Marouane Chamakh.

The Gunners manager Arsene Wenger again missed the services of skipper Cesc Fabregas as the Spaniard continues to nurse a hamstring injury. Defenders Bacary Sagna and Laurent Koscielny and goalkeeper Manuel Almunia joined him on the sidelines. But young left-back Kieran Gibbs was available as he made the bench.

There was some positive news for the Frenchman, as Nicklas Bendtner and Theo Walcott recovered from their respective injuries to be named among the substitutes.

In the away dugout, manager Alex McLeish had midfielder Alexander Hleb back in action after the 29-year-old missed an international game for Belarus due to an ankle problem. Cameron Jerome had been slated as a doubt after sustaining an ankle injury during training, and the striker was missing from the squad. Craig Gardner was unavailable as he was suspended for this game.

Thus began Wenger's 800th game in charge of the Gunners, as his side began positively by putting their well-paced passing game on display. And in the sixth minute, it took a great block from defender Stephen Carr to ensure that the score line remained goalless from a shot from Marouane Chamakh.

After a little over 20 minutes had passed, a good counterattacking move from the hosts saw Abou Diaby release Andrey Arshavin to go one-on-one with goalkeeper Ben Foster, but the attacker's attempted lob was well read by the shot-stopper on that occasion - and the score remained unchanged.

And in another positive spell of possession, the home side were toying with their opponents in the attacking third of the pitch when a ball from midfielder Nasri saw midfielder Sebastian Larsson being defensively inert. By this time, left-back Gael Clichy had got forward as he took a shot, but it went wide as Birmingham breathed another sigh of relief.

Despite doing all the work, it was the Gunners who conceded first as the Blues took the lead against the run of play. A good cross from Keith Fahey saw towering forward Zigic head the ball into the back of the net. Defender Johan Djourou could have done better on that occasion, as he had left the Serbia international unmarked until the last moment.

Having broken the deadlock, Birmingham began to take the initiative and push for a second, but it saw them being slightly more exposed at the other end as Wenger's charges tried to draw level. In one such attacking move, Chamakh was taken down by Scott Dann as the referee pointed to the spot. Up stepped Nasri, who had no trouble sending the 'keeper the wrong way to score his fifth goal of the season.

Wenger's half-time team-talk must have had a really good effect on his players, as they managed to take the lead immediately after the break. Some good play in the middle saw young midfielder Jack Wilshere release Chamakh, who went on to coolly get past the Foster to put the ball into the back of the net.

McLeish's men went forward to restore equilibrium to the tie as Larsson sent in a fantastic cross, but unfortunately for the visitors Lukasz Fabianski did very well to punch the ball away amid traffic.

The Gunners then managed to pick up where they left off as they applied pressure on Birmingham. as Alex Song passed to Wilshere as the 21-year-old took a hard-hit shot, but sent the ball over the bar.

A few minutes later Zigic was unable to make a clearance at the near post off a cross from Nasri, but the defenders managed to ensure that the hosts did not double their lead.

Nicklas Bendtner came on for Chamakh as he made his first appearance at club level since April, but the Dane had no trouble getting into the game. With only a few minutes left to go, the tall forward almost put his side ahead by another goal - but was unable to stick hit foot in the right place, in what would have been an exquisite finish had it come off.

Deep into stoppage time, Wilshere was shown a red card for a very reckless challenge on Zigic, who was in some pain as he limped off the pitch before coming back on to see the end of the game.

As the man in charge brought the game to a halt, Wenger's 800th game as the manager of Arsenal resulted in a victory.

Friday, October 15, 2010

New Planet Discovered 2010 is like Earth - Gliese 581

Another Earth, but 120Trillion KM away from the Earth.

The Gliese 581 G, which is the name that its discoverers has given the new Planet discovered. People are getting excited and wondered about this new planet found over 20 light years away from out location. There are a lot of planets in this universe that are in difference composition and astronomers are able to find something closest resemblance to earth. Could lifeforms already inhabit this place? or is it still a place untouched.

The New Planet Discovered 2010 which is very similar to earth due to its location which is far from its sun and is also not too far to be so cold. This planet resides in the Goldilocks Zone and is in perfect distance similar to the earth.

The only problem right now is the capability of our technology to study this planet further. We are still years away from being able to touch this planet's atmoshere and find out what its composition is like. This new planet that has been discovered has a lot of facts that are compared to ours. It has liquids and pools forming on its surface.

Could this be the sign that there are really lifeforms from outer space? Is there more earth out there that we dont know? This New Planet Discovered 2010 is like Earth and can change history as we speak. The image here shows how the New Planet is Discovered 2010.

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Best Global Brands 2010

Monday, October 11, 2010

Kisah sadis sorang mat rempit

Satu lagi malam kemenangan buat Seman Wheelie. Terbeliak matanya mengira wang yang dimenanginya setelah mengalahkan Awang Neo dalam perlumbaan tadi. Khusyuk mengira, tidak disedari lansung dek Seman yang Ani, antara gadis yang paling anggun di kawasan Pertama Kompleks, sudahpun membonceng motornya.

Didakapnya Seman dari belakang sambil berbisik manja ke telinga Seman,

"Bang, bawakla Ani balik malam ni. Ani sunyi la tido sorang-sorang nanti..."

Jari jemari Seman yang asyik mengira wang sejak tadi tiba-tiba berhenti. Kepalanya yang terhangguk-hangguk menunduk terus terdongak dek lambaian suara manja Ani yang menghembus ke telinganya. Seluruh badannya kaku, tergamam sejenak bagaikan dipanah petir.

Tanpa berkata apa, terus disumbatkan segala wang kertas ke dalam dompetnya lantas dipakaikan kepada Ani topi keledar lebih yang sentiasa dibawa kemana-mana untuk situasi-situasi sebegini. Dihidupkan enjin RXZnya lantas laju Seman memecut meninggalkan rakan-rakan sekumpulannya.

"Seman Seman... sen pun kau dapat... mambang pun kau dapat malam ni... memang malam kau la ni..."

Kata Raz, rakan karib Seman kepada dirinya sendiri.

Dalam perjalanan pulang, segala peluang untuk mencilok ruang dicelah-celah kereta tidak ditinggalkan oleh Seman. Apatah lagi, semakin kuat dia menekan minyak, semakin kuat jualah pelukan Ani. Segala jenis lampu isyarat dan bonggol tidak diendahkan Seman.

"Hehe... orang cakap pompuan ni kalau lu bagi dia takut-takut, nanti dia lagi ghairah..."

Fikir Seman di dalam benaknya sambil laju dia memecut ke dalam kawasan rumah flatnya.

Tanpa membuka topi keledar, terus dipimpin Ani naik ke rumahnya di tingkat sembilan. Di dalam lif, hati Seman berdebar-debar memikirkan rancangan seterusnya. Matanya tajam merenung susuk tubuh Ani yang tidak ubah seperti model jamu yang menjadi pujaanya.

Makin dekat mereka ke rumah Seman, makin kuat debaran hati Seman. Sampaikan tangannya menggigil masa membuka pintu. Sebaik masuk ke dalam rumah, lampu kalimantang yang malap dipasangnya.

"Ini macam baru romantik. Ani duduk dulu ye, bang Seman nak mandi jap..."

"Ala bang Seman, tak payah mandi la... meh la duduk sebelah Ani ni. Boring la sorang-sorang..."

Gedegang! Topi keledar yang dipegang Seman terjatuh dek pujuk rayu Ani.

Terketar-ketar dia berjalan ke arah Ani yang sudah pun terbaring di atas sofanya. Berderau darah Seman melihat Ani. Perlahan-lahan ditumbangkan badannya. Jari-jemarinya Seman mula nakal. Gelak tawa kecil Ani bagaikan menaikkan lagi nafsu Seman yang sudahpun membuak-buak. Ani akur, merelakan dirinya diexplore oleh Seman.

"Tok! Tok! Tok!"

Bunyi ketukan pintu rumahnya tiba-tiba membantutkan gerak-geri Seman.

"Jais... Jais..."

Suara seorang lelaki sedang melaung diluar pintu.

Seman terkedu. Degup jantungnya kini sepantas motornya tadi. Dipalingnya ke kanan dah ke kiri; tiada tempat untuk sembunyi. Hanya tingkap rumahnya menjadi jalan keluar. Tanpa menghiraukan ketinggian rumahnya, Seman terus terjun keluar tingkap sambil bergayut pada engsel tingkapnya.

"T...t...takpe takpe Ani. Gi tengok sapa tu, c...cakap ni rumah Ani. Dok sorang kat s...sini. Abang Seman cuba g...gayut kat sini..."

Kata Seman tergagap-gagap dalam ketakutan.

Ani terus ke pintu dan bila dibukanya, seorang lelaki dalam umur 30-an sedang berdiri sambil bertanya,

"Ni rumah encik Jais ke?"

Ani tergamam.


Sayup tedengar suara Seman dari luar tingkap. Ani terus bergegas dan bila dijenguknya ke luar, mayat Seman sudahpun terdampar di tengah jalan.

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Duduk Lama Depan Komputer Boleh Bawa Maut

Duduk Lama Depan Komputer Boleh Bawa Maut

Sejak akhir-akhir terdengar beberapa webmaster diserang dengan pelbagai jenis penyakit sehingga ada diantaranya begitu kritikal sehingga terpaksa dimasukkan ke wad hospital untuk pemantauan kesihatannya. Malah ada diantaranya telah sampai ke tahap kritikal sehingga diserang penyakit angina ahmar.

Ramai yang masih tidak sedar bahawa duduk terlalu lama di depan komputer atau bekerja selama berjam-jam secara pasif di atas kerusi akan membuat otot-otot tubuh kita terasa kaku, keras dan mata menjadi pedih. Malah selain keluhan ringan tersebut tersembunyi juga ancaman lain yang berisiko bagi kesihatan.

New Zealand Medical Journal dalam edisi terbaru, melaporkan kajian dari Institut Penyelidikan Perubatan New Zealand menunjukkan bahawa pekerja pejabat yang menghabiskan masa terlalu lama duduk di meja masing-masing berisiko tinggi menghadapi masalah darah beku. Penyelidik mendapati, satu pertiga daripada pesakit yang dimasukkan ke hospital kerana mengidap -trombosis pembuluh darah vena (DVT) atau darah beku, adalah mereka yang menghabiskan masa berjam-jam mengadap komputer.

Penyakit Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) ini adalah disebabkan darah beku yang menyebabkan salur pembuluh darah terutamanya di bahagian peha dan betis tersumbat. Keadaan ini berlaku kerana aliran darah yang tidak baik hasil dari aktiviti yang pasif dan rehat yang berlebihan.

Hal ini akan diperburukkan apabila bilik yang diduduki berhawa dingin dimana udara yang sejuk itu mempercepatkan kadar pembekuan darah terutama di bahagian kaki.

Ketua penyelidik, Profesor Richard Beasley berkata sebahagian pekerja pejabat yang mengidap masalah itu duduk di depan skrin komputer selama lebih 10 jam sehari. Masalah ini biasanya dihadapi oleh pekerja dalam industri teknologi maklumat dan pusat panggilan.

Sekitar 34 peratus dari 62 sampel yang mengalami gumpalan darah adalah mereka yang dalam jangka waktu lama bekerja dengan duduk di kerusi, sementara 21 peratus penderita lainnya adalah terdiri dari mereka yang melakukan perjalanan jarak jauh menaiki kapal terbang, seperti disiarkan oleh AFP.

DVT itu sendiri merupakan menurut pakar kesihatan adalah pembentukan gumpalan darah nadi bahagian dalam, paling sering dijumpai di kaki. Gumpalan tersebut boleh pindah ke jantung, paru-paru atau otak dan bisa menyebabkan rasa sakit di dada, sesak nafas atau bahkan kematian akibat serangan jantung atau angin ahmar.

Pakar Perunding Paru-Paru, Institut Perubatan Respiratori, Dr Ashari Yunus berkata darah beku ini datang dari kaki, tetapi juga boleh berpunca daripada pembuluh darah di lengan, bahagian kanan jantung malah hujung kateter yang ditempatkan dalam pembuluh darah. Dalam kes yang sangat jarang berlaku, lemak atau tisu dari tumor atau kelompok bakteria mungkin boleh berkumpul di arteri paru-paru.

Mengapa pulmonari embolisme terjadi?

Manusia memiliki sepasang paru-paru. Darah secara konsisten dipam dari kanan jantung ke paru-paru dan kembali ke sebelah kiri jantung. Dalam paru-paru, darah mengambil oksigen dan mengeluarkan karbon dioksida, sisa metabolisme.

Arteri membawa darah yang kaya oksigen ke seluruh tubuh. Pembuluh darah pula membawa darah kurang oksigen kembali ke jantung. Darah beku yang terjadi dalam pembuluh darah boleh mengalir ke salur darah di kanan jantung sebelum masuk ke arteri paru-paru, di situ sekatan mungkin boleh berlaku.

Sekatan itu boleh terjadi pada arteri yang kecil tetapi paru-paru sangat ‘rapuh’ kerana semua darah dalam tubuh melalui paru-paru setiap kali diedarkan. Kerap kali, darah beku berisiko untuk terbentuk dan tersebar ke seluruh bahagian paru-paru.


1. Cepat penat.
2. Mengah.
3. Sakit dada.
4. Denyutan nadi laju.
5. Lemah di bahagian kaki.
6. Kurang selera makan.
7. Batuk.
8. Nafas pendek sama ada dalam keadaan rehat atau aktif.


1. Stokin untuk mengelakkan berlakunya darah beku dalam saluran darah (deep vein thrombosis). Ia berfungsi untuk mencengkam kulit dan mengempiskan vena supaya darah tidak bertakung.
2. Perbanyakkan gerakan terutama di bahagian kaki.
3. Elakkan meminum airbatu.
4. Elakkan membuka hawa dingin terlalu sejuk.
5. Sentiasa meminum air panas.
6. Amalkan bersenam.


Biasanya pesakit dirawat dengan ubat yang menghentikan dan memperlahankan darah beku seperti heparin dan warfarin. Kedua-duanya membantu mencegah darah beku sedia ada daripada menjadi besar dan menghentikan pembentukan darah beku yang baru.

Jika pulmonari embolisme yang dialami mengancam nyawa, biasanya doktor akan menyarankan terapi thrombolitik (mengeluarkan darah beku dari sistem tubuh dengan enzim yang bertindak memecahkannya).