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Guys,

I am not looking for a plugin but if someone could take a look at this and give me the streaming url i can add it manually. I tried using url snooper but obviously i do not know how to grab it from there.

http://www.radiokhushi.com/radio.cgi?con=est

Thanks in advance
This works for me in XBMC:
http://www.radiokhushi.com:9040/;stream.ns
Hi ampedandwired,

I am also looking for similar option but different channels of the same site

Australia - http://www.radiokhushi.com/radio.cgi?con=aus
India - http://www.radiokhushi.com/radio.cgi?con=in
UK - http://www.radiokhushi.com/radio.cgi?con=gmt
USA (PST) - http://www.radiokhushi.com/radio.cgi?con=pst

if you dont mind, can you let me know to get streaming urls for the above mentioned channels.

Thanks in advance.
Haven't tested these in XBMC, but I think they are:
Australia - http://www.radiokhushi.com:9010/;stream.nsv
India - http://www.radiokhushi.com:9020/;stream.nsv
UK - http://www.radiokhushi.com:9030/;stream.nsv
USA - http://www.radiokhushi.com:9050/;stream.nsv

Actually looking at OP's stream again the stream URL has changed slightly - not sure if they rotate them, if so these URL's may not work for long Sad
Thx ampedandwired for some reason i never got the emails so did not know if anyone replied back. Tried the first link and it is still working great. How do you get the stream url? If there is an easy way let me know and i will try to find and modify them as needed.
It's not too hard to find the stream URL. This is how I did it:
1. Start Google Chrome browser
2. Open Chrome's developer tools ("Menu > Tools > Developer Tools")
3. In the developer tools window, click on the "Network" tab
4. In the same tab as the developer tools, open the page that has the stream you want the URL for. A list of URL's fetched by the browser will now show up in the Chrome developer tools panel.
5. Scroll through the URL list till you see one like ";stream.nsv". Click on this URL
6. In the "Headers" panel to the right of the URL you clicked you will find the full URL to use for the stream
(2012-11-12, 00:45)ampedandwired Wrote: [ -> ]It's not too hard to find the stream URL. This is how I did it:
1. Start Google Chrome browser
2. Open Chrome's developer tools ("Menu > Tools > Developer Tools")
3. In the developer tools window, click on the "Network" tab
4. In the same tab as the developer tools, open the page that has the stream you want the URL for. A list of URL's fetched by the browser will now show up in the Chrome developer tools panel.
5. Scroll through the URL list till you see one like ";stream.nsv". Click on this URL
6. In the "Headers" panel to the right of the URL you clicked you will find the full URL to use for the stream

That helps a lot thanks.