Roger Federer will try to get momentum back.

It was only Wednesday that Roger Federer was unexpectedly ousted from the Miami Masters by Kei Nishikori after three sets.

Federer was riding a huge wave of success into Miami, having played some of his best tennis since recovering from an injury-plagued 2013 season. The loss may have affected Federer’s confidence and momentum slightly, but the former world No. 1 won’t have to wait long to get it back.

Federer announced via Twitter in February that he would join countryman Stanislas Wawrinka in the Davis Cup quarterfinals:

The duo were fantastic in their Round 1 matches, each coming away victorious against Serbia. Their performances gave Switzerland its first quarterfinals appearance since 2004, according to ATPWorldTour.com.

Federer is now set to take on a Kazakhstan team led by world No. 56 Mikhail Kukushkin. Compared to Federer’s recent battles against top-tier opponents, this well-timed Davis Cup appearance looks to be just what he needs to regain his momentum.

After losing in Miami to Nishikori, Federer admitted he wasn’t in top form, according to an interview with ATP’s website:

I think Kei does really well controlling the ball. He has great technique, especially on the backhand, very simple, very short back swings, so he does a really nice job of having good timing. I predict he’s going to be Top 10 in a short while.

I could never really get my service games going. On the return, as the match went on, I think it was that Kei started to serve a bit better, which made it more difficult.

Although he praised the play of Nishikori—in a typical classy move by Federer—it was clear that he was not happy with his performance, especially after rattling off shots like this just days prior:

These things have a way of lingering in the back of athletes’ minds.

It’s important for Federer to gain a decisive victory in short order. A little confidence goes a long way, and Federer has a perfect chance to regain his quickly.

With plenty of title chances remaining this year, the Davis Cup will serve as a great primer to get Federer’s game back to where it should be so he can continue on with his fantastic 2014 resurgence.

Mystery of malaysian airline

Flight MH370: Fresh objects found in new Indian Ocean search area

Five aircraft have spotted ‘multiple objects of various colours’ after the air and sea search was moved 1,100 km north on Friday

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A Royal Australian Air Force AP-3C Orion aircraft searching for missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370. Photograph: Michael Martina/Reuters

Reuters

Saturday 29 March 2014 01.09 GMT

Fresh objects spotted by planes searching for a missing Malaysian passenger jet in a new area of the southern Indian Ocean have again raised hopes of unravelling the three-week-old mystery.

Australian authorities coordinating the operation dramatically moved the air and sea search 1,100 km north on Friday after new analysis of radar and satellite data concluded Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 travelled faster and for a shorter distance after vanishing from civilian radar screens on March 8.

But Malaysian transport minister Hishammuddin Hussein told reporters near Kuala Lumpur on Saturday that there was no new information on the objects, which could just be regular debris floating in the ocean rather than parts of the missing plane.

“I’ve got to wait to get the reports on whether they have retrieved those objects …. Those will give us some indication,” said Hishammuddin, who was accompanied by his wife and children as he visited relatives of some of the passengers at a hotel in Putrajaya, Malaysia.

Australia said that five international aircraft had spotted “multiple objects of various colours” in the new search area some 1,850 km west of Perth.

The items included two rectangular items that were blue and grey, and ships on the scene would attempt to recover them, the Australian Maritime Safety Authority said.

Australian prime minister Tony Abbott told reporters in Sydney that the job of locating the debris was still difficult.

“We should not underestimate the difficulty of this work it is an extraordinarily remote location. There are inhospitable seas, it’s an inaccessible place, we are trying to find small bits of wreckage in a vast ocean,” he said.

“We are trying to find small bits of wreckage in a vast ocean, and while we are throwing everything at this, the search goes on.” 

 A map of the new search area for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370. Photograph: Australian Maritime Safety Authority/Getty Images

Flight Lieutenant Jamin Baker was on a New Zealand Air Force Orion which spotted several items and dropped a marker buoy in “an area of interest”.

“Obviously we don’t know if these (objects) are associated with the aircraft yet but it certainly looks like we are seeing a lot more debris and just general flotsam in the water, so we could be on to something here,” Baker said.

One Chinese navy ship was in the area and would be trying to recover objects on Saturday, while other ships were steaming to the area, the Australian Maritime Safety Authority said.

Malaysia says the Boeing 777, which vanished less than an hour into a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, was likely diverted deliberately but investigators have turned up no apparent motive or other red flags among the 227 passengers or the 12 crew.

US officials close to the investigation said the FBI found nothing illuminating in data it had received from computer equipment used by MH370’s pilots, including a home-made flight simulator.

The search has involved more than two dozen countries and 60 aircraft and ships but has been bedevilled by regional rivalries and an apparent reluctance to share potentially crucial information due to security concerns.

Malaysian officials said the new search area was the result of a painstaking analysis of Malaysian military radar data and satellite readings from British company Inmarsat carried out by US, Chinese, British and Malaysian investigators.

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Engine performance analysis by the plane’s manufacturer, Boeing, helped investigators determine how long the plane could have flown before it ran out of fuel and crashed into the ocean, they said.

“Information which had already been examined by the investigation was re-examined in light of new evidence drawn from the Inmarsat data analysis,” Malaysia’s acting Transport Minister, Hishammuddin Hussein, told a news conference on Friday.

For more than a week, ships and surveillance planes had been scouring seas 2,500 km south-west of Perth, where satellite images had shown possible debris from Flight MH370. That search zone has now been abandoned.

The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) said the shift was based on analysis of radar data between the South China Sea and the Strait of Malacca. At that time, the Boeing 777 was making a radical diversion west from its course.

Malaysia’s civil aviation chief, Azharuddin Abdul Rahman, said at Friday’s news conference he was “not at liberty” to give the exact path of the aircraft.

Officials close to the investigation told Reuters last week that the plane may have passed close to Port Blair, the capital of India’s Andaman and Nicobar Islands, 885 km further north-west from where Malaysia has said its military radar last detected it.

At around 319,000 sq km – roughly the size of Poland – the new search area is larger, but closer to Perth, allowing aircraft to spend longer on site. It is also favourable in terms of the weather as it is out of the Roaring 40s, the the deep sea region known for its huge seas and storm-force winds.

Searchers have perhaps a week to find debris, calculate the likely crash area and find the aircraft’s voice and data “black boxes” before batteries showing their location run out.

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Create your own website in india

Hi guyz my name is idris I am not a professional blogger but writing this post for my indian brothers and sister.
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         This is a link of a website buider side, who build website in which you had to buy a website and domain name
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(1)  BLOG: the easiest way to earn money is by writing a blog. you have a particular passion for something, whether it’s a hobby or an obsession, and you have something to say about it, blogging could be a profitable way to pour out your endless stream of thought. The key here, as with many other services on the Internet, is in selling advertising.

After starting up a personal blog, many writers sign up for ad services like Google AdSense, which post those familiar sponsored links you often see at the top and on the sides of Web sites. The more times your blog readers click on those ads, the more money you’ll make through the ad service. This works fine if you’re a casual blogger, and you may make some extra spending money. But if the blog is consistently interesting, well-written and really takes off, you may be approached by companies who want to reach your fan base with graphical advertising around your blog. Some of the more successful blogs, like I Can Has Cheezburger? and Boing Boing, have become pop-culture phenomena, and their creators have been able to quit their day jobs and blog full time because of the money they make from advertisers.

(2)  affiliate marketting:  Some people remember the 1990’s as a tremendous period of growth for grunge music and Jim Carrey films. While this is true, most people will probably tell you the 90’s were responsible for this big, beautiful, technology called the World Wide Web (aka the internet, the web, the vast digital ocean of information at our finger tips). And with any new technology or media, companies quickly realized they had a new opportunity to market their products and services to consumers via the millions of websites they visit every day.

With the emergence of search engines in the mid-1990’s, the internet ballooned into a massive e-commerce and information machine. Website owners were creating valuable content and providing tremendous benefits to their visitors, and these website owners wanted to be compensated for their hard work. Early forms of online advertising like CPM or fixed placement started seeing competition from emerging, more accountable forms of online advertising, like affiliate marketing. So, what is affiliate marketing?

Affiliate marketing at its very core is about relationships,
a relationship between three parties:

In the world of affiliate marketing, an advertiser can be a company selling a product like electronics, airline tickets, clothing or car parts, or an advertiser could also be an insurance company selling policies. The most important thing to remember is that you are an advertiser if you are ready to pay other people to help you sell and promote your business.
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A publisher is an individual or company that promotes an advertiser’s product or service in exchange for earning a commission. Advertisers contractually agree to work with a publisher, then provide the publisher with creative – in the form of links, banner or text ads or even unique phone numbers – that the publisher incorporates into their website.
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The final component that completes the affiliate relationship triangle is the consumer. The consumer is the one who actually sees the ad and then makes an action (either by clicking a link or by submitting their information via a form) that takes them from the publisher’s website to the advertiser’s to complete the action, which we call a conversion.
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How Does Affiliate Marketing Work?

Let’s face it: technology, especially the internet, can be pretty daunting to try to grasp, and with terms like malware, cursor and spam, it also seems pretty dangerous. So kudos to the guys who decided e-commerce and affiliate marketing should rely on an innocuous technology called a “cookie.”

 

A cookie is a technology that works with web browsers to store information like user preferences, login or registration information, and shopping cart contents. Have you ever opted-in to have a website “remember” your password and username for one of your online accounts? That’s a cookie. Ever notice while searching the web for “travel deals” and you suddenly start seeing travel display banners on other websites? Those ads are appearing for you because you’ve been cookied (it’s okay, you won’t get hurt).

In affiliate marketing, one task that cookies manage is to remember the link or ad the visitor to a website clicks on. Cookies can also store the date and time of the click, they can even be used to remember what kind of websites or content you like most. There are many different types of web cookies and uses, but the kind of cookie affiliate marketing relies on is called a first-party cookie.

When a user visits a publisher’s website and clicks an advertiser’s creative ad, the visitor’s browser receives the CJ tracking cookie that identifies the advertiser, the publisher, the specific creative and commission amount. This data is stored within the link information in what are called “parameters” and can include even more anonymous data used for attribution.

The sample link below includes some of the identifiers Commission Junction uses to enable proper tracking and auditing of the affiliate marketing process:

webservices.cj.com
PID: 5377085
PID (publisher website ID) is used to identify the publisher’s website. A CJ publisher may have multiple PIDs under one single CJ account (e.g. if you maintain multiple websites, you will have multiple PIDs).AID: 10590299
The AID (ad ID) is a number which identifies a specific link and enables CJ to track creative performance as well as credit the publisher when they earn a commissionable transaction. Because each link has a unique AID, it also allows CJ to identify the appropriate advertiser.SID: 012-123
SID (shopper ID) enables publisher to track where their referred actions originated so they can target and/or reward their unique shoppers. When the visitor makes a purchase or completes a lead form, that transaction is tracked and recorded by Commission Junction.

The CJ Network is capable of tracking and processing an enormous volume of actions and transactions. In 2011 alone, Commission Junction tracked a total of over 3 billion website visits, 175 million transactions and over $6 billion in online sales.

important dawoodi bohra links

01122011193Some useful Dawoodi Bohra links May 20, 2008
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For Miqaat Registration & Pass – http://www.ejamaat.com/

Pass for Ladies on Miqaats – http://www.busaheba.org/ladiespass/

Waaz & Image Downloads – http://www.alvazarat.org/

General Information & News – http://www.mumineen.org/
General Information & News – http://www.malumaat.com/

General Information & News – http://www.zeninfosys.net/

Mahad uz Zahra – http://www.mahadalquran.com/

The Daawate Hadiyah PRO site – http://www.dhpro.org/

Marriage and Taaruf programs – http://www.taiseerunnikah.org/

Al Jameatus Saifiyah – http://www.jameasaifiyah.edu/index1.aspx

For Ladies – http://www.busaheba.org/

For Ladies – http://www.amatullahaai.com/BusahebaMain.asp

For Deeni Education – http://www.attalim.com/Attalim-website-NK1.asp

especially Adeyat [Wuzu & Namaaz Duwa] – http://www.attalim.com/Inside/Nisaab_adeyat.asp

especially Karbala and Najaf Pics – http://www.attalim.com/Inside/Nisaab_maqaamaat..asp

especially Indian Mazaarat Pics – http://www.attalim.com/Inside/Nisaab_mazaaraat.asp

Essay on Busaheba Amatullah Aai Saheba’s Life – http://www.amatullahaai.com/murtaza/busaheba/busaheba.html

especially Home & Mumineen Lifestyle related information – http://www.amatullahaai.com/bwa.html

especially Home & Mumineen Lifestyle related information http://www.busaheba.org/Busaheba/Shuglul-Marat.html

especially Tallebaatul Kulliyatil Mumenaat – http://www.busaheba.org/tkm/TKM.htm

especially World of information – http://www.busaheba.org/Busaheba/Ilmi-Giza.html

especially Quran Hifz and Ashara Downloads – http://www.fununulquran.com/#

Online magazine – http://www.misbah.info/

Especially the download of all the Surahs – http://www.mahadalquran.com/Lauqsemo.htm

Complete information regarding Yemen – http://www.sigatulyemen.com/

Complete information regarding Misr [Egypt] – http://www.faizehaakimi.com/welcome.asp

Excellent Information about Mazaarts in India – http://www.mazaraat.com/index.htm

Complete information on Mandvi – Kutch – http://www.mazarenoorani.com/index.htm

For Mumineen Doctors – http://www.burhanimedical.com/

Yahoogroup for IT professionals – http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/dbsoft/

Yahoogroup for Zakereen – http://groups.yahoo.com/group/zakereen/

Anjumane Shiate Ali – http://www.anjumaneshiateali.org/

Best rivalries in sports

ROGER FEDERER : RAFAEL NADAL.                

Federer and Nadal have been playing each other since 2004 and their rivalry is a significant part of both men’s careers.

They held the top two rankings on the ATP Tour from July 2005 until 17 August 2009, when Nadal fell to world no. 3 (Andy Murray became the new no. 2).[113] They are the only pair of men to have ever finished six consecutive calendar years at the top. Federer was ranked no. 1 for a record 237 consecutive weeks beginning in February 2004. Nadal, who is five years younger, ascended to no. 2 in July 2005 and held this spot for a record 160 consecutive weeks, before surpassing Federer in August 2008.[114]

Nadal leads their head-to-head 23–10. Of their 33 matches, 15 have been on clay, which is by far Nadal’s best surface.[115] Federer has a winning record on grass (2–1) and indoor hard courts (4–1), while Nadal leads the outdoor hard courts (8–2) and clay (13–2).[116] Because tournament seedings are based on rankings, 20 of their matches have been in tournament finals which have included an all-time record eight Grand Slam finals.[117] From 2006 to 2008, they played in every French Open and Wimbledon final. They then met in the 2009 Australian Open final and the 2011 French Openfinal. Nadal won six of the eight, losing the first two Wimbledon finals. Three of these finals were five set-matches (2007 and 2008 Wimbledon, 2009 Australian Open), with the 2008 Wimbledon final being lauded as the greatest match ever by many long-time tennis analysts.[118][119][120][121] Of their 33 meetings, 11 have reached a deciding set. They have also played in a record 10 Masters Seriesfinals (tied with Nadal-Djokovic finals), including their lone five-hour match at the 2006 Rome Masters which Nadal won in a fifth-set tie-break, having saved two match points.