This cute looking snubbie in .357 Magnum is one mean little monster. I have had many a wet dreams about owning one which thanks to my dear friend “Rotor” were realized just a few weeks ago, and has thus added to my subtle collection of handguns. Make no mistakes as the size and looks might… Continue reading Taurus 617 , 7 shot revolver – short review
Image courtesy of satit_srihin at FreeDigitalPhotos.net Ever wonder why there’s so much rumpus about “Pindi Boys”? There’s always lots of hoo-ha when one of them is around you. Or, even if one is not around the mere mention of a Pindi Boy evokes weird glances, uncanny thoughts and ephemeral sentiments which more often than not… Continue reading Something about Pindi boys…..
My old blue Levi’s had faded much to “her” dismay and dislike. On the contrary I have always loved a faded Levi’s, kind of reminds of the “Purani jeans aur guitar”, thing 🙂 But off course who can argue with “her”? And so a Jet Black stretch Levi’s came in as a much needed replacement… Continue reading Turning an old pair of Levi’s in to Denim Chappals
Image courtesy of RK008 at FreeDigitalPhotos.net The process of uniform allocation of frequency bands across an entire region is called as Spectrum Harmonization. At the global level it is the ITU which facilitates the harmonization of frequency bands by the three regions that the world is divided in to. Allocations made by ITU are further… Continue reading The role of Spectrum Harmonization in Mitigating cross border interference.
Seiko Big Boss is a diver’s watch made by the Seiko company. This one is in particular is a good looking all stainless steel watch which works on Kinetic energy. Means hand movements charge a small battery that keeps the watch working. It shows date and time, besides having a rotating bezel for time keeping… Continue reading The story of Seiko Diver’s watch
Those, living in Rawalpindi since last 30 years or less might recall a small shop selling Ice Cream in Saddar called as “Softo”. Well the shop and its owner has been there since my teens and is a favorite of any child living in Rawalpindi, including me, that is 🙂 And frankly there’s still a… Continue reading The “Softo” effect!
I live in an area where we get sub-surface water, thanks to the management. Its enough for us to drink, bathe, clean and wash. The management has installed water filtration plants where one can go and get drinking water. To be frank this becomes a big hassle specially in summers. Besides I could never trust… Continue reading The quest for clean drinkable water