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Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Luxury Indian home designs

luxury home plans Kerala
Architect : Praveen.M
moyacheri (ho)

Home plan and elevation - 1610 Square Feet.
Ground Floor 1298 Sq Ft
First Floor 312 Sq. Ft.
Total Built up Area – 1610 Sqft

Designer: Smarthome
Engineering and interior Consultancy
Ph.04803271484, 9809060630

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Home plan and elevation - 2085 Square Feet
Total Area-2085 Sq.ft
Ground Floor-1205 Sq. Ft
First Floor-879 Sq. Ft

Architect : Mohammed Kutty Kodambadam
Konathum Kuzhi
Ph :00966594236142

Home plan and elevation - 2001 Square Feet
Total Area-2734 Sq.ft
Ground Floor-1420 Sq. Ft
First Floor-1313 Sq. Ft

Architect : Praveen.M
moyacheri (ho)

Total Area-2367 Sq.ft
Ground Floor-1345 Sq. Ft
First Floor-1022 Sq. Ft

Architect : Praveen.M
moyacheri (ho)
Home plan and elevation -2367 Sq. Ft

Total Area-1581 Sq.ft
Ground Floor-936 Sq. Ft
First Floor-645 Sq. Ft

Architect : Praveen.M
moyacheri (ho)
Home plan and elevation -1581 Sq. Ft

Total Area-2055 Sq.ft
Ground Floor-1216 Sq. Ft
First Floor-839 Sq. Ft

Architect : Praveen.M
moyacheri (ho)

Home plan and elevation -2055 Sq. Ft

Home plan and elevation - 2013 Sq. Ft

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Preity Zinta Penthouse

I am sure all of you have watched the episodes of Up Close and Personal with PZ but here are some amazing still pictures of PZ's penthouse.

Preity Zinta Penthouse

Monday, October 24, 2011

Bulawayo Luxury home in Selbourne Park for sale

  • Bulawayo East Suburbs

Region: Bulawayo Suburbs
Country: Zimbabwe
Price US: Call For Price
Status: Active
Agent Reference: ZM-104183

Property Features:
  • Fitted Kitchen
  • Walled/Fenced
Full Description: Selbourne Park: Double Storey Mansion Brick-Under-IBR; DOWNSTAIRS, 3-Bedrooms, Main-En-Suite, Open Plan Lounge, Dining Room, Bar, Fitted Kitchen (with Oven & Hob), In-House Cinema [INCOMPLETE], Bathroom. UPSTAIRS [INCOMPLETE]; Skylight, Entertainment Area, 5m High Roof, Jetmaster Indoor Braai [INCOMPLETE], 4-Rooms, Bathroom, Main-En-Suite

Saturday, October 22, 2011

Patrice Motsepe “Africa’s Man of Mettle" Forbes Africa

Mining magnate, business-man, Sunday Times’ Rich List’s top earner and # 393 on the Forbes 2011 Billionaires List,  Patrice Motsepe, is featured on the cover of the inaugural edition of Forbes Africa Magazine.
Forbes Africa launched in September at the uber fabulous, Monte-Casino Inn in Johannesburg, South Africa. The launch event which was attended by South African celebrities, media, business-folks and VIP’s. Some of the celebs in attendance included “All Access” host, Bridget Masinga; “Top Billing” host, Simba Mhere; artist, Loyiso Bala; actor Emmanuel Castis from TV series, “Scandal!” and model Sonia Booth.
The magazine, which is the 16th edition of Forbes around the world, went on sale around Africa on 1 October. This is the the 16th local-language edition of the Forbes franchise, with English-language distribution in South Africa, Nigeria, and Kenya. Forbes Africa will be published and distributed by ABN Publishing.
Being in the USA, I have not gotten a copy of the issue but I got some quotes on “Africa’s man of mettle”, Patrice from my friend, DJ Sbu, who tweeted:
“I’m a sinner. I fumble. People must see me as one of them. The things that worry them, must worry me ” – Patrice Motsepe
“My parents insisted that we should always be respectful, never forget where we come from and that we are part of the challenges facing our people”  – Patrice Motsepe
“All our businesses comprise of the BEST people money can buy. My policy is hire the best and pay them well ” – Patrice Motsepe

Thursday, October 6, 2011

Benjani Mwaruwari House & Cars

Benjani Mwaruwari living large in Europe! Benjani Mwaruwari House & Cars

Benjani Mwaruwari Cars
Benjani Mwaruwaru Bournemouth house England
Benjamin Mwaruwari (born 13 August 1978), known as Benjani, is a Zimbabwean footballer who currently plays for Portsmouthin theFootball League Championship, where he plays as a striker.
Benjani played a total 44 times for the Zimbabwe national football teamand was their captain for many of those matches. He retired from international football in October 2010 in order to concentrate on his club career.


[edit]Early career

Benjani began his career at Lulu Rovers, Zimba Africa Rivers, University of Zimbabwe teams in Zimbabwe's Division one and Air Zimbabwe Jets in the country's Premier League in 1999. He moved toSouth African club Jomo Cosmos in 1999 where he met his mentorJomo Sono, after impressing in the friendly match between South Africa and Zimbabwe that was played to commemorate the inauguration of Thabo Mbeki as the president of South Africa.[citation needed]
In 2001, he was voted PSL Player of the Season and PSL Players' Player of the Season in South Africa.


[edit]Grasshopper and Auxerre

Benjani moved to Grasshoppers Zürich of Switzerland on loan in 2001. In 2002, Guy Roux took him to AJ Auxerre of France. Benjani had a good run at the start, capitalising from Djibril Cissé's absence, becoming top goalscorer in Ligue 1. Roux never played the two together, and eventually Benjani found himself surplus to requirements under Roux's successor, Jacques Santini, this time forced out of the 4–5–1 formation by Luigi Pieroni. While at Auxerre, Benjani score the opening goal in the 2005 Coupe de France final. On 5 January 2006Premier League club Portsmouth signed him from Auxerre for £4.1 million after Arsenal managerArsène Wenger recommended the player to Harry Redknapp.[2]
This transfer from Auxerre to Portsmouth in January 2006 is one of those about which the Stevens inquiry report in June 2007 expressed concerns:
“Agent Willie McKay acted for the selling club, Auxerre, in the transfer of Benjani and, for the same reason as above” (still awaiting clarification) “the inquiry is not prepared to clear these transfers at this stage.”
“In relation to Benjani’s transfer, the enquiry also has identified concerns regarding the role of (agent) Teni Yerima and (third party) Ralph N’Komo”.[3]


After failing to score in his first fourteen games for the club, Benjani finally got his first goal for Portsmouth against Wigan Athleticon 29 April 2006 in a 2–1 victory which saw Portsmouth avoid relegation from the Premier League.[4] On 29 September 2007, Benjani scored his first hat-trick for Portsmouth in a 7–4 win over Reading, which broke the record for the most number of goals scored in a Premier League match, and a league match shown on Match of the Day. After Portsmouth's visit to Wigan on 20 October, Benjani became the Premier League's top scorer.
Portsmouth boss Harry Redknapp banned Benjani from taking any further penalties after he missed a spot-kick in second-half injury time in a home game against West Ham United.[5]He then made amends for his miss scoring in the 4–1 victory over Newcastle United to bring his total to eight for the season. He then scored his ninth of the season, albeit a consolation goal in a 4–1 defeat at Liverpool. On 19 January 2008, Benjani earned his second Portsmouth hat-trick, scoring all of his side's goals in a 3–1 victory over Derby County at Fratton Park. This took his tally for the season to 12 and subsequently resulted in him revising his target for the season, which had been 10.
Benjani's goalscoring form during the first half of the 2007–08 season cemented Manchester City manager Sven-Göran Eriksson's interest in the striker, and on 31 January 2008 he had a bid of around £8m accepted for the transfer of the player. However, it was revealed that Benjani had missed two successive planes to Manchester (supposedly due to his falling asleep at the airport), meaning he did not arrive at the clubs training ground until 11.10pm, leaving insufficient time to complete a move before the midnight deadline.[6] Portsmouth had already confirmed the signing of Benjani's replacement, Jermain Defoe, for a fee in the region of £9 million from Tottenham Hotspur, with the impending sale of Benjani supposedly funding the majority of the transfer.

[edit]Manchester City

A transfer was completed for Benjani to move to Manchester City on 5 February 2008 for a fee of £3.87 million on a two-and-a-half-year deal.[7]Further payments could be made if the player makes up to 75 senior starts which would raise the fee to a total of £7.6 million. His wage is reported at £50,000 a week [7] His debut came on 10 February 2008 against rivalsManchester United in a 2–1 victory to City. He scored the second goal from a header in his first Manchester derby. His first goal at the City of Manchester Stadium was ironically against his former club Portsmouth on 20 April 2008, although Benjani refused to celebrate after the goal out of respect for his former club, stating in a post match interview that he would never celebrate a goal against Portsmouth because the club and its fans had been so good to him. His next goal came in the 3–2 home loss against Fulham.
After a lengthy thigh injury, Benjani made a goal scoring return for the reserves, before following this up days later by making an impact as a second half substitute, scoring what would be the winning goal in City's 3–2 win over FC Twente. He scored again in the UEFA Cup with an away goal against FC Schalke 04. His former club Portsmouth were fined £15,000 for his transfer to and from the club, after they were found to have breached transfer rules.[8]
He entered talks with Hull City over a transfer to the club in August 2009, but negotiations ended after he failed to agree personal terms.[9]He was also linked with a return to former clubPortsmouth as well asWest Ham United[10] and Stoke City[11] of the Premier League andLeague Two club Notts County.[12]
Under new Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini Benjani started his first game of the 2009–10 season in a third round FA Cup tie away to Middlesbrough on 2 January 2010, during which he scored the only goal just before half time in a 1–0 win.[13]
On 8 June 2010, it was announced that Benjani's contract had expired and that he would be leaving the club, along with SylvinhoKarl Mooreand Martin Petrov.[14]

[edit]Sunderland (loan)

On 2 February 2010, Benjani moved to Sunderland on loan until the end of the season, after the Premier League confirmed that the paperwork had been completed before the transfer deadline.[15] On 18 May 2010, Steve Bruce confirmed that Benjani would not be offered a permanent deal.[16]

[edit]Blackburn Rovers

After a month of being a free agent and considering his options, it was revealed that Benjani was training with Premier League team Blackburn Rovers in the hopes of earning a deal with the club.[17]
On 27 August, Benjani signed a one-year deal with Blackburn Rovers, with an option of a further year at Ewood Park. He made his debut, in a 1–1 draw, against Fulham, at Ewood Park, on 18 September, replacingNikola Kalinic in the 65th minute of the game. He made his first start for Blackburn versus Aston Villa in the third round of the League Cup, at Villa Park on 22 September.[18] He scored the first goal, a glancing header, in Blackburn's home game to Chelsea, on 30 October in the 21st minute, in a 2–1 defeat playing 46 minutes and being substituted by fellow striker Jason Roberts. He made his 10th appearance for the club as a substitute against West Ham United in a 1–1 draw on 18 December. Also against West Ham he miss kicked a clear shooting opportunity which fell to captain and New Zealand skipper Ryan Nelsenwho also sliced it but in the end he scored with the ball deflecting in off his thigh. On 5 January 2011, he scored two goals against Liverpool in a 3–1 win at Ewood Park.
On 21 July 2011, Benjani declined the new contract terms offered to him by Rovers and left the club.[19] In August 2011, he began training with Conference National side Stockport County who are managed by Benjani's former Manchester City team mate Dietmar Hamann. On 9 August it was announced that County had offered a contract to the player.[20]

[edit]Return to Portsmouth

On 13 August 2011 (his 33rd birthday), it was announced that Benjani had re-signed for Portsmouth. He was unveiled to the crowd at Fratton Park before the Championship clash againstBrighton after signing a one-year deal. His first match was against Reading on 16 August 2011 as a 75th minute substitute.[21] He scored his first goal in his second spell for Portsmouth in a 3-2 defeat at home to Peterborough United on 27 September 2011.[22]


Benjani is a former captain of the Zimbabwe national football team, having taken the armband from Peter Ndlovu when Peter retired from the international soccer scene after the 2006 African Cup of Nations. He is the third Zimbabwean to play in the Premier League after goalkeeper Bruce Grobbelaar, who played for Liverpool, and Peter Ndlovu, who played for Coventry City and later Sheffield United.
During the run up to the 2006 African Cup of Nations, Benjani provided the funding for the senior national team's stay in France when they were preparing for the competition.[citation needed]
Benjani retired from international football on 11 October 2010, following Zimbabwe's 0–0 draw with Cape Verde

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

The Nesbitt Castle Bulawayo

Photos of The Nesbitt Castle, Bulawayo
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The Nesbitt Castle
 Business CenterFree BreakfastFree High-Speed InternetFree ParkingRestaurantRoom ServiceSwimming Pool Accommodation

Type: Bed and Breakfast

 Number of rooms: 9 12th-Century romance, 21st century luxury - Bulawayo's most sought after destination. Nine gloriously individual suites lie behind these castle walls, stone-chilled in the heat of summer, cozy and welcoming for those cooler days. Be enchanted by the carved four poster beds, enviable antique collection and Gothic curiosities that await you along every twisting passageway and behind every Gothic oak door. Nesbitt Castle is everything a modern luxurious boutique hotel should be whilst retaining all the mystery & chivalry of a golden age.

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