KENYA NATIONAL RALLY CHAMPIONSHIP STANDINGS
As Per Round 5:
1.Baldev Chager 360
2.Ian Duncan 220
3.Carl Tundo 200
4.Azar Anwar 210
5.Quentin Mitchell 165
1.Ravi Soni 360
2.Amaar Slatch 220
3.Julius Ngigi 210
4.Tim Jessop 200
5.Robin Dimbleby 165
1. Dennis Mwenda 320
2. Dalbir Thethy 210
3. Adnan Suheil 160
4. Joan Nesbitt 125
5. Sammy Nyorri 110
1. Edward Njoroge 320
2. Julius Mwachuya 210
3. Salim Khan 160
4. Tamara Jones 125
5. Steven Nyorri 110
CLASSIC CAR CUP
1. Hardev S. Sira 315
2. Aslam Khan 230
3. Malcom Destro 220
4. Ramesh Vishram 200
5. Iain Freestone 80
1.Jasneil S. Ghataure 245
2.Simon Bates 200
3.Atul Kochhar 190
4.Tim Challen 160
5.Arshad Khan 120
KNRC DIV 2
1. Frank Tundo 275
2. Jaspreet Chatthe 240
3. Don Smith 165
4. Manveer Baryan 150
5. Onkar Rai 100
1. Natasha Decangio 280
2. Gurdeep Panesar 240
3. Bob Kaugi190
4. Raju Chagger 110
5. Kavit Dave100
KNRC DIV 3
1. Jasmeet Chana 290
2. Rajbir Rai 210
3. Tejvir Rai 205
4. Issa Amwari 195
5. Farhaaz Khan 165
1. Rohit Bhudia 290
2. Supee Soin 210
3. Job Njiru 195
4. George Njoroge 154
5. Tariq Malik 136
1. Alisdair Keith 260
2. Jaswinder Chana260
3. Alex Horsey 220
4. Mahesh Halai 210
5. Stanley Thuo 165
1. Ravi Chana 260
2. Tariq Malik 260
3. Ketan Halai 210
4. Mwangi Waithaka135
5. James Mwangi 125
Team Kiboss’s Jassi Chatthe won the KCB M-Benki Nanyuki Rally. This is jassi’s maiden win in the kenya national rally championship as he’s 2nd in the African Rally Championship 2014. Carl Tundo’s car stalled in the last section at Batian View due to fuel pump problems,Boldy retired with alternator gremlins in the long Loldaiga stage. Here’s The Provisional Results
1. Jaspreet Chatthe/Dave Sihoka (EVOX) 1h 49m 33s
2. Raaji Bharij/Jasneil S. Ghataure (EVO9) 1h 54m 16s
3. Azar Anwar/Julius Ngige (EVO8) 1h 55m 08s
4.Jasmeet Chana/Ravi Chana (EVO9) 1h 57m 18s
5. Issa Amwari/Job Njiru (EVO9) 2h 00m 56s
6. Steve Mwangi/Steven Nyorri (Subaru N10) 2h 03m 16s
7. Karan Patel/Tauseef Khan (Subaru gc8) 2h 04m 05s
8. Anwar Pandya/Dipps Mehangra (Subaru) 2h 04m 28s
9. Carl Tundo/Tim Jessop (EVO9) 2h 02m 39s
10. Ronak Shah/Riyaz Ismail (Subaru N12B) 2h05m34s
11. Mahesh Halai/Ketan Halai (Subaru) 2h06m45s
12. James Kirimi/Evans Mwenda (Subaru) 2h07m06s
13. Jonathan Somen/Richard Hecle (Ford Escort) 2h07m43s
14. Hussein Malik/George Mwangi (EVO6) 2h07m54s
15. Steve Gacheru Linet Ayuko (Subaru N10) 2h10m24s
16. Paras Pandya/Falgun Bhojak (Subaru) 2h13m05s
17. Waigwa Murage/Tuta Mionki (Subaru) 2h13m06s
18. Leonardo Varese/Kigo Kareithi (Toyota Corolla RSI) 2h17m28s
19. Dennis Mwenda/Edward Njoroge (Toyota Sprinter GT) 2h18m16s
20. Gurmit Thethy/Depinder Kalsi (VW Golf MK3) 2h19m43s
21. Nadeem Kana/James Mwangi (Subaru) 2h19m44s
22. Rashid Kabi/Allan Muhindi (Subaru) 2h21m09s
23. Taiti Wachira/Eric Nzuva (EVO6) 2h21m43s.
24. Eric Njogu/Tonny Kimondo (Subaru Impreza N8) 2h24m16s
25. Sammy Nyorri/Ida Tallam (Toyota Vitz) 2h26m35s
26. Ramesh Vishram/Rohit “Ro Ro” Bhudia (Ford Escort MKII) 2h28m30s
27. Nikhil Sachania/ C. Singh (Mitsubishi Challenger) 2h28m31s
28. Chandrakant Devji/Jonathan Kosgei (Subaru) 2h28m58
29. Joan Nesbitt/Tamara Jones (Toyota Tercel) 2h37m58s
30.Alex Lairangi/Tony Gichohi (VW Golf MKII) 2h43m24s
Why Do Women Have so Many Shoes?
If you want to know why some women get really excited about shoes, I can’t tell you. But regardless of whether women actually like shoes or not, the average woman has to have a fair amount of them, especially if they wear dresses.
I can wear the same brown Pumas all the damn time when I wear my everyday outfit with jeans, but the moment your lowerwear (pants, dress, skirt, shorts, capris) changes, odds that your regular shoes will match are slim to none.
I mean, you can see something is wrong here, right guys?
You have to coordinate hemline with boot height so you don’t look like Cotton Hill; you have to make sure the styles match, so you’re not wearing butch Birkenstocks with a feathery dress; and you have to make sure the colors don’t look funny together. To cover all your bases, you usually need a brown, black and white pair of shoes in each style (pumps, flats, sneakers, low boots, high boots). If you get any funky “cute” colors, they’ll probably end up matching exactly one outfit.
And some shoes match zero outfits.
Figuring out which shoes would go with which outfit is basically voodoo, as far as I can tell, and there’s no changing rooms at shoe stores, so it’s easy to come home with a pair of shoes and find out they don’t match shit.
Maybe a lot of these “bad combos” seem like silly nitpicking to guys, but I’m pretty sure that at least in some cases, even though the average guy couldn’t tell you what was wrong, he would feel like there was something “off” about the outfit, or suddenly feel like the girl looked stockier or more awkward.
Why Do Women Get so Upset About the Toilet Seat Thing?
A reasonable person only needs to fall into a toilet bowl once in order to hold a grudge about it.
I believe one such incident was actually the inspiration for the horror filmThe Ring.
To avoid midnight toilet surprises, you want to agree on a default position, and one way to do that is logic. Men need the toilet seat down for pooping, which is, say, 33 percent of their bathroom visits. Women need it down for both, uh, procedures. So for a typical married couple, there’s a 66 percent chance (133/200) the toilet seat needs to be down for any given visit. So if you look at you and your partner as a unit, where you both share the house and both of your needs matter, numbers seem to indicate that down is the best default position.
However, if you, as a man, are looking at your own needs alone, there’s a 33 percent chance you’ll need it down and a 66 percent chance you’ll need it up, so it makes sense to leave it up by default. So deciding to go this way kind of says to the lady (intentionally or not) that she doesn’t really factor into your decision. Now if she was asking for something really awful, like for you to spend an hour scrapbooking with her, of course it would be understandable for you to point out that her right to quality time together has to be weighed against your right to not be bored to death, and there has to be some give and take.
But this isn’t about UN-condemned torture methods like couples scrapbooking, this is about flipping a toilet seat. So if you put up a fight about it, you’re basically saying that she isn’t worth the two seconds it takes to flip a lid up and then down.
Also, come on, the toilet rim is gross.
Why Do Girls Take so Long to Get Ready?
Again, there’s probably a bunch of things that cause this. Some girls probably actually do want to make a man wait in order to play hard-to-get or whatever, just like in the jokes. Someone has to keep stand-up comedians in business.
A more innocent answer could be that she’s trying on clothes. As you probably know, women usually like to wear new outfits to special events. While most women aren’t wasteful enough to buy a new dress every time, she’s probably going to want to combine the dress with a different pair of shoes, or a different shawl, or maybe drape it with meat — I’m not going to judge. So she’s got a really awesome new outfit combo planned for the big day.
I said I wasn’t going to judge.
The downside of a new and exciting outfit is that it’s an untested outfit, which means that even though those boots theoretically should have gone with that skirt for a smart, modern combo, once you put it on, apparently you look like a goth. It’s bizarre.
Then you swear and start grabbing other pieces that you think will fix this, which as you can imagine, consumes a lot of time, since a lot of nice going-out clothes are both flimsy and tight, so getting in and out without tearing them is an ordeal.
When are Inuit fashions going to catch on? That’s what I want to know.
Obviously, the logical solution is to test the outfit ahead of time, which some women do. However, women, like all human beings, procrastinate, so this happens about as often as anyone actually studying for a test early or doing their homework before the last minute.
And this is all before makeup. You don’t even want to get me started on makeup. Mainly because I don’t know anything about it. But I heard it takes a long time.
Why Are Women’s Fashions so Complicated?
In general, men’s fashions go along a one dimensional axis from casual to formal, like so:
And they just need to pick where on the line they need to be, depending on the situation. Sure, there are a lot of different styles (preppy, yuppie, guido, skater, hipster, etc.), but most guys usually just go with one style, and move along a single axis in that style. Here is an example of a guido axis:
Women’s fashions have multiple axes. For example in addition to casual and formal, there’s also slutty and dowdy, like so:
Guys fashions have some hint of a coolness spectrum, from smooth to dad-like, but it’s not nearly as wide and obvious as the women’s range from hijab to miniskirts. It’s a very rare guy outfit that would cause someone to point out its wearer as a man-whore, based on the outfit alone. Even if a guy was wearing no shirt in the workplace, he wouldn’t get called out for being slutty so much as for being way too casual.
And there’s more that just those two axes. There’s also a seasonal one, which I don’t completely understand, but apparently a white purse is a summer purse and you’re supposed to swap to a black one in the winter or something, or so I have gathered from my mom’s yelling. So you could have an outfit that’s just the right amount of formal and slutty, but it’s the wrong season. And the more fashionable you are, the more axes you have. So that’s why a simple decision like what to wear today can get so complicated.
Nefarious marketing by the fashion industry or inevitable result of the nature of woman, that’s beyond me to say. You all go ahead and get into a fight about that if you want to.
Why Do Women Smell Nice?
A lot of guys think women try to smell nice on purpose, using perfume or other scents. But only 36 percent of women wear perfume on a regular basis.
Since men seem to feel that more than 36 percent of women smell nice, another possibility is shampoo. Most men don’t think of shampoo as a smell that lingers, since their hair is usually short. Women, who tend to have longer hair, basically have a bigger head-sponge to retain shampoo smell.
I’m generalizing, of course. There arealwaysexceptions.
Not that women consciously pick shampoos based on how nice it will make them smell to others. If they do pick shampoos based on scent, it’s usually based on how nice it will smell to them while they are in the shower. Giving other people a nice smelling day is a sort of unintended side effect.
And finally, apparently guys would think women smelled nice even if they weren’t using any product at all, due to pheromones or something. This was demonstrated in an experiment where men got to sniff clothes women had wornand could pass it off as doing their part for science.
Clarification: They did not sniff the shirts while they were on the women.
Why Do Women Go to the Bathroom In Groups?
A lot of men seem to think there is a kind of secret, like the women have some kind of coordinated plan or traditional ritual, when it’s really a case of everything looking mysterious when you’re not in on it.
A lot of the time it’s as simple as trying to find an appropriate break in the conversation. When we watch TV, we all wait for commercial breaks to go to the bathroom, so we won’t miss anything. In a dinner conversation, there aren’t any designated “commercial breaks,” but if half the group is taking off, chances are the other half will save their good stories and such until they get back.
Ladies are traditionally known for being more relational than men, so they sometimes can see dinner conversation as being as important as a good TV show, and look for unimportant “breaks” where they can cut out and pee. If one lady decides to go, another lady might notice it, think about where the conversation is at, and realize, “Oh yeah, this probably is a good break.” By the time you get to lady No. 3 or 4, she’s not only thinking that, but, also that with a bunch of ladies gone, there might be a lull in conversation — or at least lady-appropriate conversation — and this is as close to an official break as you’re going to get.
When it comes to ladies on double dates or in large prom groups, they might see it as a good time to catch up with each other and how they think their dates are going. Maybe say what they think of each other’s dates. Just like men enjoy the play-by-play in sports, ladies enjoy a play-by-play on dates, but it’s very rude to do it right in front of the guy.
And a large number of ladies don’t do it at all. I don’t usually go to the bathroom when my friends do, but that’s because I don’t care about other people. Also they are going to take all the good stalls.
Basically there’s a bunch of different common-sense motivations depending on the situation and the individual women involved. There’s no universal ritual or secret plan.
Why Are Women’s Public Restrooms so Gross?
Obviously this varies from place to place, but a lot of men who have had to do janitorial work complain that women’s restrooms are often filthier than men’s restrooms. I don’t want to go into too much graphic detail here, but I’ve heard anecdotes of women apparently making a mural of used tampons on the wall.
This is understandably bewildering, since women are traditionally brought up to hate dirt and germs. And while a lot of women like to break the stereotype (CDC doctors, mud wrestlers), a lot more definitely fall into it to some degree.
This is why a lot of women don’t play Fallout. Just because the world has been destroyed with nuclear weapons doesn’t mean someone couldn’t sweep once in a while.
The thing about this upbringing is that it’s kind of intended to encourage women to clean, since in the past, that was a woman’s job. If you instill fear and hatred of filth in a woman, the thought went, she would get upset about dirty counters long before her man would, and automatically clean it up before he had to give the order.
Once upon a time, we took the same approach to raising girls as we do to programming Roombas.
As we all know, fear triggers a “fight or flight” response, equipping you to either fight the danger, or flee it. If a classically-raised woman runs into a nasty poo-encrusted toilet, she suddenly gets the visceral urge to either clean it or run away. If it’s in her own house, she’s got no choice but to clean it, at least eventually (or ask someone else to). If it’s in McDonald’s, she will pee hovering over the seat with her breath held, fling her toilet tissue in the general direction of the toilet and run like the wind.
So if you’re wondering why someone wouldn’t flush a toilet that obviously needed a second flush, the answer is that she was probably a block away by the time that became evident
1. Recognize that women want to feel connected .Women want to make sure the relationship is on solid ground. After a period of separation (even a day apart), establish that closeness as soon as you can, and everything afterward will flow more freely. This doesn’t mean you have to put your own needs completely on hold. For example, if you come home exhausted from a long day at work and your partner wants to talk, trying saying, “I’m so glad to see you. I missed you and wondering how your day was going. I want to hear all about it, but I’m tired right now. I need a few minutes to unwind and relax. Can we talk in 15 minutes?”
2. Don’t jump in the problem – solving mode .If you’re not sure what your partner needs at any given moment, it’s okay to ask her. You might say, “It sounds like you’re really upset. Would you like me to listen, or would you like some suggestions?”
3. If your partner is less interested in sex than you are, try a little empathy .Instead of taking the rejection personally and pressuring her for more frequent sex, consider the possible reasons for the discrepancy and desire – reasons that may have nothing to do with you. Be sensitive to issues from the past as well as your partner’s general frame of mind. Is your partner a survivor of sexual abuse? Were there traumas in her past that make physical intimacy frightening for her?
4. Think about how much work your partner does .Is she frequently exhausted? If she works outside the home, how much responsibility do you assume for cooking, shopping, cleaning, laundry, and childcare? I remember a cartoon with the heading, “What do women want?” The drawing depicted a woman vacuuming; in the bubble above her head, there was a man vacuuming. Brainstorm with your partner to figure out how you can reduce her workload.
5. Allow your partner to voice her fears, and support her in her efforts to face difficult situations .Women feel empowered by their significant relationships; your caring attitude will contribute to your partner’s success in attaining her goals. She doesn’t need you to talk her out of her fear, or solve her problems: she just wants you to listen and understand.
6. Understand that communication is a process .Look at communication problems as an invitation to keep on talking, keep on listening, and eventually work things out. You and your partner may communicate very differently, but the potential is still there to reach even higher levels of understanding interest.
Meet Mr. Rajesh Hirani,a kenyan businessman Famously Known As Raj B Hirani
A Father To Prince Subal,an astute businessman along side his brother Rajesh Hirani,They run SilverSpread Company in Kenya in Meru Town,The Land Of Green Gold Famously Known As Khat. A religous man who puts God first in everything he does
Raj believes in helping those who don’t have and those in need.
Let me take you through some of his charity generousity acts.
Raj fulfills the Silverspread CSR policies by lending a helping hand to the Maendeleo ya Wanawake group from Buuri district
At one time Raj met one Mr. patrick muthuri, guardian to an orphaned 1st yr medical lab maseno university student;Timorthy murimi who hails from egoji and threatened with expoulsion due to lack of fees and accommodation expenses.Since Raj has never heard of anybody having died due to giving,he did his usual routine…giving out until it hurts!
Being the pillar of our economy,education requires a multi-faceted approach where all players work together to ensure our children get the best of it.It is our responsibility to extend a helping hand to the less fortunate especially to orphans under the care of grandparents. His philanthropic dragnet encountered a 92 year old granny by the name of Karumela Kanini who hails from Egoji ward,mweru location.Her main struggle is to see her grand daughter Edna karwitha to enroll at Maua hospital MTC .She is so passionate and eager towards this course which has made me decide to shoulder the burden and pay school fees for the grand daughter.God Bless! Raj gave out a helping hand
Raj’s shown that his generous heart to the sick as he visited Mr.Isaac Ntongai who hails from Maua and who is visually changelled- to sort out his sons medical bill
In africa the girl child was percieved as a non important person in the society but its no longer ,raj took the liberty to help how he could with His Excellency Deputy President of kenya William Ruto during Kaaga Girls High School fundraiser.Part of Silverspread CSR in empowering girl child education Once again with the Deputy President H.E. William Ruto fulfilling the Silverspread CSR policies at a school fundraising in Tharaka Nithi County!
When it comes to empowering women,Raj has linked up with her execellency Rachel Ruto to contribute to branches of Joyful Women’s Organisation in kenya Raj B Plus Hirani
Her Excellency Mrs Rachel Ruto,Hon Florence Kajuju and Hon Mrs Peter Munya admiring his son Prince Subal’s t-shirt
Let me take you to Raj’s work in a photo gallery;
Raj at a childrens home spending time with the kids
incase any one wants to stretch a helping hand just contact;
+254 703 164 165
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KCB Nakuru Rally:
Map & Itinenary:
Spectator Stage 4/8:This is 1.9km spectator stage which will run along the the slip road off Kamwosor primary school grounds. Spectator stage will be centered around Kinwogo forest region aprox.
5km from Service Park located 40km from Eldama Ravine/Nyaru road.Rally will be flagged off outside KCB Branch in Eldama Ravine.
Rest of Rally Stages: Park & Walk. Road closed to public 2 hours before the first car.Traffic police manning the the roads and ensuring the passage is clear for rally cars. FOR MORE DETAILS CALL ME 254 703 164 165