Tauqeer Ul Hassan

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31 and 32 Weeks Pregnant

26th April 2011
31 Weeks Pregnant You are now in your 31st week of pregnancy and your baby is now the size of a celery stick. Besides many other developments in the baby, the major growth is of lungs wherein air sacs starts releasing surfactant which is vital to keep ... Read >

Pregnancy at Week 6 and 7

21st April 2011
6 Weeks Pregnant By the start of 6th week, you may be facing some terrible morning sickness. At this stage, almost one third of the pregnant women face nausea. This all happens because of the rapid hormonal changes that are occurring in your body and y... Read >

Tips to Build a Rat Rod

23rd November 2010
A rat rod is not at all a machine like other sports car. It is not pretty in its looks as it is said that the older the car is, better the rat-rod. It is basically a bare-bones car built for speed and racing. Every rat rod built is unique to its owner. It... Read >

Tips to Repair Scratches on Glass

23rd November 2010
It is almost impossible to keep the glass surface free from scratches for a long period of time. Glass surface sustains scratches in one way or another over a period of time and you just cannot avoid them. There is no need to go for a new piece of glass b... Read >

Default Router Address (192.168.1.254)

25th October 2010
It is an IPv4 address and is mostly used as a default IP address for many ADSL and cable modems or routers. The major routers and modems which use 192.168.1.254 as a default IP address include Westell ADSL modems and Cayman/Motorola Netopia internet gatew... Read >

Protecting Your Balcony Garden

22nd September 2010
Balcony gardens are more prone to severe conditions as compared to normal gardens as they extend beyond the protect of their building. These balconies are more exposed to severe weather conditions. On heights, biting wind can cause severe damage. Besides,... Read >

Selecting a Dress for your Girlfriend

31st August 2010
Gifting is an art and when anyone is buying a gift for a girlfriend it tends to be very special as the gift holds its sentimental values to add on. Therefore much more care and thinking is involved in this special gift en what a better gift than gifting s... Read >

Changing a Tap Washer

16th August 2010
Over time your bathroom or kitchen taps begins to leak. This is not a big issue. The most possible chance for this leak is that the washer has worn out. Water dripping from taps is certainly not acceptable; it also wastes a lot of water. It requires immed... Read >

How to Maintain Concrete Patio

06th August 2010
You cannot save your concrete patio from every day mess, spills and chemicals that get hold of the concrete over time. The best way to keep your concrete patio well maintained and clean is regular maintenance work. If you want your patio look good, wash i... Read >

Making a Hovercraft

24th June 2010
Hovercrafts are sometimes considered as a magical vehicle, which can travel over almost any kind of surface. They can move on water as well as on land. Hovercrafts transition from land to water effortlessly. If you ever feel to make a hovercraft for yours... Read >

An Overview of Diesel Fuel Injection Pump

17th June 2010
The only similarity between diesel engine and the fuel engine is that they are each belonging to internal combustion engine. However, the difference between them lies in the process of ignition. The fuel engine uses sparks to ignite the fuel where as d... Read >

Significance of Car Headlights

11th June 2010
Lighting is very important to car users especially if you are a night driver and battles with the darkness during this part of the day. Lights in the car are treated as it eyes. Lights are one of the most essential parts in the vehicle. Without lights you... Read >

Guide to Washing Gasoline Smell Off Your Hands

08th June 2010
Anyone who has worked on automobiles or ever pumped gasoline will know that the smell of gas is not easy to remove from one's hands. The reason is the flammability of the gasoline fumes and precautions should be taken when removing the remains from hands.... Read >

Repairing a Broken Taillight Lens

08th June 2010
These days, new taillight assemblies are a little expensive just like the body shop does to remove and install the new ones. Classic car light lenses are often damaged with a passage of time by rocks or other road debris. Chips or small holes can be easil... Read >

Guide to Parallel Parking

07th June 2010
If you want to fit your car into a tight space or you're going to be driving in the city, then it is essential to have knowledge of parallel parking. Known for having restricted space and design, many parking lots in the city are designed parallel. Whethe... Read >
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