ये साधारण घरेलू तरीके अपना लेंगे तो उड़े हुए बाल भी फिर से उग आएंगे



  1.  वर्तमान समय में बाल झडऩा, पतले होना, असमय पकना, डेंड्रफ होना, बालों का दोमुंहा होना जैसी बालों की समस्याएं आम हो चुकी हैं, लेकिन यदि कम उम्र में गंजेपन की समस्या होने लगे तो तनाव होना वाजिब है। बालों की समय से पहले गिरने की समस्या यदि आनुवंशिक हो तो उसे एंड्रोजेनिक एलोपेसिया कहा जाता है। इस समस्या से परेशान पुरुषों में बाल गिरने की समस्या किशोरावस्था से ही हो सकती है, जबकि महिलाओं में इस प्रकार बाल गिरने की समस्या 30 के बाद उत्पन्न होती है। इसके अलावा खान-पान और पर्यावरण प्रदूषण व दवाई के रिएक्शन व कई अन्य कारणों की वजह से कम उम्र में गंजेपन की समस्या हो सकती है। यदि आप भी कम उम्र में गंजेपन की समस्या से जूझ रहे हैं तो आज हम आपको बताने जा रहे हैं गंजापन दूर करने के कुछ घरेलू उपाय....
  2. नमक का अधिक सेवन करने से गंजापन आ जाता है। नमक, काली मिर्च एक-एक चम्मच व नारियल का तेल पांच चम्मच मिलाकर गंजेपन वाले स्थान पर लगाने से बाल आ जाते हैं।
  3. बाल झड़ते हैं तो हल्के गर्म जैतून के तेल में एक चम्मच शहद और एक चम्मच दालचीनी पाउडर का पेस्ट बनाएं। नहाने से पहले इस पेस्ट को सिर पर लगा लें। 15 मिनट बाद बाल गुनगुने पानी से सिर को धोएं। कुछ ही दिनों बाल झड़ने की समस्या दूर हो जाएगी।
  4. आंवला के फलों का चूर्ण दही में मिलाकर हल्के-हल्के हाथों से सिर पर मालिश करें और 5 मिनट बाद गुनगुने पानी से बालों को साफ कर लें। कुछ दिनों तक ऐसा करने से बाल स्वस्थ हो जाते हैं और डेंड्रफ भी दूर हो जाता है।
  5. कलौंजी को पीसकर पानी में मिला लें। इस पानी से बालों को कुछ दिनों तक धोने से बाल झड़ना बंद हो जाते हैं और घने होना शुरू हो जाते हैं।
  6. नीम की पत्तियों और आंवले के चूर्ण को पानी में डालकर उबाल लें और सप्ताह में कम से कम एक बार इस पानी से सिर को धोएं। ऐसा करने से कुछ ही समय में बाल झड़ना बंद हो जाता है।
  7. गेंदे के फूलों का रस नारियल तेल के साथ मिलाकर उससे हल्की-हल्की मालिश करके नहा लिया जाए तो सिर में हुए किसी भी तरह के संक्रमण, फोड़े- फुंसियों में आराम मिल जाता है।
  8. बहेड़ा के बीजों के चूर्ण को नारियल या जैतून के तेल में मिलाकर गुनगुना गर्म किया जाए और इस तेल को बालों पर लगाया जाए तो बाल चमकदार हो जाते हैं। बालों की जड़ें भी मजबूत हो जाती हैं। बालों की समस्याओं में हर्बल जानकारों के अनुसार त्रिफला का सेवन हितकर माना गया है।
  9. गुड़हल के रस को नहाने से 10 मिनिट पहले सिर पर लगाया जाए तो इससे बालों के काला होने में मदद मिलती है। यह एक बेहतरीन कंडीशनर की तरह काम करता है।
  10. शिकाकाई के बीजों को कुचलकर, एक कटोरे में लेकर पानी में डुबो दिया जाए और सारी रात रख दिया जाए। सुबह इस पानी से बालों की धोया जाए तो ये एक नेचुरल शैम्पू की तरह काम करता है। आदिवासी जानकारों के अनुसार इसका इस्तेमाल बालों को चमकदार और स्वस्थ बनाने के साथ, बालों का दोमुंहा होना बंद कर देता है।
  11. तिल के तेल से बालों की मालिश करना बेहतर माना जाता है। आदिवासी हर्बल जानकारों की मानी जाए तो तिल के तेल में थोड़ी-सी मात्रा गाय के घी और अमरबेल के चूर्ण में मिला ली जाए और सिर पर रात में सोने से पहले लगा लिया जाए तो बाल चमकदार, खूबसूरत होने के साथ घने हो जाते हैं और यही फार्मूला गंजेपन को रोकने में मदद भी करता है।
  12. मेथी की सब्जी का ज्यादा सेवन बालों की सेहत के लिए उत्तम माना जाता है। मेथी के बीजों का चूर्ण तैयार करके पानी के साथ मिलाया जाए और पेस्ट बना लिया जाए। इस पेस्ट को सिर पर लेप करके आधे घंटे के लिए छोड़ दिया जाए और बाद में इसे धो लिया जाए। ऐसा करने से बालों से डेंड्रफ खत्म हो जाते हैं। ऐसा सप्ताह में कम से कम दो बार किया जाना चाहिए
  13. अमरबेल के पौधे से रस तैयार किया जाए और सिर पर प्रतिदिन सुबह एक सप्ताह तक लगाया जाए तो सिर से डेंड्रफ नदारद हो जाएगी, साथ ही बालों का झडऩे का सिलसिला भी कम हो जाता है। आम के पेड पर चढी हुई अमरबेल को उबालकर उस पानी से स्नान किया जाए तो गंजापन दूर होता है।
  14. सहजन की पत्तियों के रस को लगा कर प्रतिदिन नहाने से सिर से रूसी या डेंड्रफ खत्म हो जाती है। इस रस का इस्तेमाल कम से कम एक सप्ताह तक करना जरूरी है। सहजन की फलियों को उबालकर पल्प तैयार किया जाए और नहाते वक्त इस पल्प को सिर पर शैंपू की तरह इस्तेमाल किया जाए तो यह बाजार में उपलब्ध किसी भी विटामिन ई युक्त शैंपू से बेहतर साबित होगा। आधुनिक विज्ञान भी सहजन में पाए जाने वाले विटामिन ई को बालों के लिए लाभकारी मानता है।
  15. जटामांसी की जड़ों को नारियल के तेल के साथ उबालकर ठंडा होने के बाद प्रतिदिन रात को सोने से पहले इससे मालिश की जाए तो असमय बालों का पकना और झडऩा रुक जाता है
Source..Bhaskar

Know - About LPG gas cylinder’s expire date



Have u ever heard about LPG gas cylinder’s expire date. I also didn’t know.
How to find LPG cylinder’s expiry date?

Very important information.
Most of us do not know this. I came to know today from the gas stockiest, because here one accident occurred.

Do you know that there is an expiry date (physical life) for LPG cylinders?

Expired Cylinders are not safe for use and may cause accidents. In this regard please be 

cautious at the time of accepting any LPG cylinder from the vendor.
Here is how we can check the expiry of LPG cylinders: 
On one of three side stems of the cylinder, the expiry date is coded alphanumerically as 

follows A or B or C or D and some two digit number following this e.g. D06.
The alphabets stand for quarters –
— A for March (First Qtr) 
– B for June (Second Qtr) 
– C for Sept (Third Qtr) 
– D for December (Fourth Qtr)

The digits stand for the year till it is valid.
Hence D06 would mean December qtr of 2006.

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5 Healthy Living Tips for Young Men



While it's important for everyone to engage in healthy living practices, regardless of age, gender or physical fitness level, it's especially important to begin these good habits early on in life. Many people find that by establishing good living habits and lifestyle practices at a young age, it becomes much easier to maintain them and stay healthy throughout the rest of their life.

There are a few healthy living tips that young men everywhere should consider following in order to be healthy not only while they're still young, but as they get older as well. Read on for a few of these basic guidelines.

1. Exercise Regularly

While many young men already participate in sports or other activities, it's essential that you continue to practice these things. It can be much easier to participate in exercise activities while you're in school than it is after you've graduated and have begun to take on a job and other responsibilities. It's crucial that you continue to make regular exercise a part of your life. Plan to get a good workout of some kind on four to six days per week.

2. Don't Push Yourself too Hard

Because many young men are in excellent shape, it can be difficult for those who are not quite as fit to engage in exercise programs. The temptation is often there to push oneself further and harder than is safe or healthy. Always keep in mind your own fitness level and do not push yourself beyond your capacity. This will only lead to discouragement and, even worse, to potential injury.
3. Eat Right

Eating healthily is an important way of maintaining your overall health, regardless of your age. Because many young men have strong metabolisms and seem to be able to eat a lot of food without gaining weight, it's easy to take this as an excuse to eat whatever you want. Keep in mind, however, that the food that you eat may have a bearing on a lot more than just your weight. Your exercise levels, fitness, stamina and long term health are all affected by what you eatl.

4. Avoid Drinking and Smoking

Many young men smoke cigarettes or drink alcohol. While engaging in either of these practices in moderation has become common throughout the United States and the world, they are still not considered to be healthy living practices. Abstain from drinking and smoking if at all possible. At the very least, you'll be healthier if you do not smoke or drink to excess at any time. Because these habits are also quite expensive to maintain, you'll find that you'll be much better able to save money by limiting the amount that you drink and smoke.

5. Visit the Doctor

It's important to get a regular physical exam and to have any medical issues checked out by a doctor. The fact that you're a young man doesn't mean that you aren't subject to important medical concerns.
Source - Fitday

12 Tips To Fight Cancer


Cancer is a deadly disease. A silent assassin, it strikes in the dead of the night and a victim realizes it only when it’s too late. Here are some tips and precautionary measures will help in further combating against the evils of cancer.

1. Drink Ample of Water

Water is a vital element for our existence. Drinking water in adequate quantity will ensure perfect functioning of the digestive system, flawless bladder operation, hydration, and tonnes of other benefits.

2. Keep a Tab On Alcohol Consumption 

Alcohol is linked to numerous types of cancer, especially breast cancer in women, and hence it is advisable to consume less or no alcohol if possible. Breast cancer can also occur in obese males, and hence, precautionary measures need to be taken.

3. Drink Green Tea 
Green tea has always been a staple diet of Asians, and hence it is an observed trend that constant green tea drinkers are capable of eliminating the risk of a variety of cancer, especially prostate cancer. So grab that mug and pour yourself some healthy tea.

4. Keep Exercising Keeping your body fit and yourself active is the easiest and fail-safe method to stop your body from malfunctioning. This will ensure you’re keeping a tab on your weight and keeping away all the cancer for good.

5. Avoid Smoking 

Smoking is the main killer when it comes to lung cancer. A deadly and addictive element, tobacco’s fatality quotient is quite high on every scale. Don’t smoke, and if you are addicted to smoking, quit it, pronto!

6. Eat Garlic 

We Indians have it easy in this case. Garlic being a staple ingredient in every Indian dish, it provides a treasure chest of sulphur compounds that may stimulate the immune system’s natural defences against cancer, and may have the potential to reduce tumour growth!

7. Reduce Red Meat Consumption

Animal fat has an affinity of running higher risk in many types of cancer, especially colon cancer. Reducing red meat consumption will ensure lesser stress on your digestive system and lesser chances of cancer. Poultry or fish meat is preferred in such cases.

8. Eat Smart

Avoid food products that are loaded with high percentage of calories. Fat free and natural food should always be consumed. Avoiding food products with artificial sweetners also helps in cutting down the risk of cancer. Stick to high-fibre food loaded with all the necessary active ingredients.

9. Eat Green

Keeping a healthy vegetarian diet comprising of green vegetables like broccoli, spinach, etc. drastically cuts down the risk of running prostate cancer and even heart diseases. That’s not all; they’re known to pack a treasure chest of other vital elements that help you keep fit and strong!

10. Check Family History
Genetics and the works play a major role in cancer. A family with cancer history runs a greater risk of keeping the trend intact for the following generations. Have a thorough look at your family’s illness history and consult a doctor for a professional perspective.

11. Cut Down Supplements

Remember a golden rule, anything artificial that isn’t a part of your body and its functioning shouldn’t be consumed. Do you exercise? Stop taking those muscle enhancing supplements. Actively consume antibiotics and fairly unnecessary medicines? Search for safer natural alternative. Keeping your body clean and pure from within goes a long way!

12. Have Regular Check-ups

Cancer is a disease that isn’t usually visible in most of the cases, and neither can it be deciphered from its symptoms in the early stage. Hence, go for regular check-ups. A routine check-up will help you in keeping a tab over your body, detect early stage cancer if any, as well as ease the stress of any cancer-related apprehension in the older age!
Source - lifestyle.yahoo

Skincare tips for the summer

As the summer rages on, protect your skin so you don’t have to suffer from the season’s skin problems.

Your skin needn’t take the brunt of the heat this season. We have for you, some tips that’ll help keep your skin fresh and dewy, even as the mercury continues to stay high.

Stay hydrated. Your body tends to lose a lot of moisture in the summer, so it’s important to regularly replenish the H2O. Drink a lot of water and liquids and your skin will stay soft and moisturised as well.

Go for a water-based moisturiser. Don’t make the mistake of skipping the moisturising routine altogether as its essential for your skin to remain hydrated. However, if you find your regular moisturiser too oily, go for a water-based one.

Cool your skin. Blending half a cucumber and 1 tbsp of yoghurt in the mixer can make another simple and effective homemade face pack. Apply this to your face for 15 minutes and feel completely pampered.

Ditch those aerated drinks. Most people have the tendency to reach out for an ice cold aerated drink to quench their thirst on a really hot day. However, it’s important to remember that these drinks are full of sugar that is not good for your skin or your figure. Instead drink some water, fresh lime, fresh fruit juices, aam panna (green mango drink) or coconut water to stay hydrated. It’s also best to minimise the intake of diuretics like alcohol and caffeine as they reduce the water from your system.

Get that warm, summer glow. Papaya is full of natural goodness and you can even use it as a homemade pack. Just mash 2 tbsp of papaya with a tsp of honey and 1 egg white. Leave the mixture on your face for about 15 minutes and enjoy the glow you get afterwards.

Cleanse your face twice a day. At least! This is important to do even if you’ve been home all day and feel like your skin is clean. Cleansing and moisturising your skin before sleeping is an absolute must.
Don’t like your tan? Gram flour can also be used as a facemask to get rid of an uneven tan. Mix it with yoghurt and a few drops of lemon and apply and leave it on your face till it’s dry. The citrus properties of the lemon are very effective in removing the tan.

Use a toner. It’s important to keep your pores closed and skin cool by using a toner. Look for a brand that suits you or try rose water. Its natural cooling properties make it an excellent toner for the hot season.
Skincare tips for the summer
Exfoliate. More than the rest of the year, it’s really important to exfoliate your skin in the summer to remove dead skin and improve blood circulation to the face. Choose from any of the cosmetic scrubs available in the market or make one at home. Try this simple one using 4 to 5 tbsps of gram flour, a pinch of turmeric, 5 – 6 drops of rose water and milk or yoghurt. Mix it into a paste and use it to exfoliate your face. Follow it up with a facemask and moisturiser.

Bonus tip. Eat healthy, exercise and sleep well! The holy trinity of good health and glowing skin holds true for the whole year. So along with all the tips above, don’t forget to eat a balanced diet, work out for at least 45 minutes everyday and get 7 to 8 hours of sleep. Enjoy the summer!

Sun protection. If you can, try and stay indoors between 11am and 3pm. That’s when the sun’s rays are the strongest and can have an adverse effect on your skin. Also, don’t forget to apply that all-important sunscreen 30 minutes before you step out. If you’ve been out in the sun for a few hours, touch it up again so you’re well protected.
Source - lifestyle.yahoo

Expert tips: Healthy hair and skin this Holi


Expert tips: Healthy hair and skin this Holi

Don’t end up red in the face after you finish playing Holi! Follow these tips to keep your skin and hair looking healthy and shiny, even after a day of fun and games.

Precautions to take before you start playing Holi

Prevention is always better than cure – even when it comes to enjoying the colourful festival of Holi! Take these precautions before you set out to play, so you don’t end up causing long-term damage to your hair and skin.
Buy only natural or organic colours that are water-soluble. Avoid glitter and paint and metallic colours, as they can be very harmful.
  1. Oil your hair well before you start playing. Coconut oil and olive oil are good options to protect your hair from harsh colours.
  2. Also apply some oil behind your ears, ear lobes and nails as these are points were the colour really tends to settle.
  3. You can further protect your nails by covering them with nail polish.
  4. Similarly, put lip balm or lipstick on your lips to protect those as well.
  5. Use a toner to close the pores on your face before you head out. This way, you reduce the chances of colour going in too deep.
  6. Don’t forget to wear waterproof sunscreen before you step out for a day in the sun!
  7. Wear clothes that cover most of your body. These clothes should be in a lightweight, easy-to-dry material. Avoid heavy fabrics like denim that don’t dry easily.
  8. It’s a good idea to wear a thick scarf or bandana to cover your hair.
  9. Don’t wear lenses when you go out to play! While Holi colours by themselves cause irritability, lenses have a tendency to absorb the colour, thereby making things worse. Wear glasses and keep wiping them clean from time to time.
After you’re done playing Holi 

While the precautions you have taken before playing will help you immensely, there are a few points you must keep in mind even after you’re done.
  1. Holi can be exhausting! But remember to clean up before you take a nap or start relaxing. The longer you let the colour stay, the harder it’ll be to remove.
  2. Remember to dust off the dry colour before you hit the shower.
  3. Use a mild cleanser, not a harsh detergent to remove the colour.
  4. Clean your face using cotton dabbed in moisturising cream or oil. It’s a myth that kerosene or nail polish remover help remove colour. Avoid those at any cost.
  5. If a mild cleanser doesn’t quite do the job, try using a scrub. An apricot scrub or even a homemade scrub should suffice. But excessive scrubbing or rubbing may damage your skin and can cause irritation.
  6. Wash your hair using a mild shampoo, but don’t overuse the shampoo. If the colour doesn’t come off your scalp in one try, just let it stay on and shampoo again in a day or two.
  7. All that colour and shampoo will tend to dry out your scalp. Definitely use a conditioner after.
  8. Remember it may take few days to get rid of whole colour, don’t try to remove the colour from whole body at the first go.
Reviewed by Dr.Bhushan Madke, Dermatologist
Source - lifestyle.yahoo

VASTU TIPS FOR YOUR HOME



In an ideal world, a home should be a labour of love, a sanctuary you come back to after a hectic day of facing the world. Unfortunately, most of us live in structures of brick and mortar that really cannot be called homes. The love, warmth and joy that characterises a home has gone missing in our fast-paced life.

The reason for this is that in the hectic course of our lives, we have deviated from the ancient principles of Vaastu.
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Vaastu Shastra is based on the principle that a home is an abode of a living soul, the dwelling place of the entity called the Vaastu Purush.

The Vaastu Purush, according to the Matsya Purana , was born out of the sweat of Lord Shiva when he was dueling with a demon. The droplet fell on earth and turned into the prostrate figure of the cosmic man, or the Vaastu Purush.

The resting form of this cosmic man has been the basis of Hindu architecture.

The figure is lying down on earth with his head towards the north- east, feet towards south- west, and the hands pointing north- west and south- east. It is these magnetic directions that turn a house into a home.

Here are some other tips for building a house according to the principles of Vaastu Shastra and thereby ensuring a confluence of positive energies: The kitchen should be built in the south- east corner of the house with the cooking area facing east.

The bedroom should be located in the south- west with the headboard of the bed facing the south.

The bathroom should be in the east and if for some reason that’s not possible, then the geyser should be installed in the south-east corner.
Source - lifestyle.yahoo

How to explain rape to a 5-year-old

Murder is kosher. War needs no introduction. Even school shootings make the cut at the dinner table. But rape? No. Never. We never talk about it.

My daughter, nearly five, can read. She reads fairy-tales aloud, she reads shop-signs from a moving car (we’ve successfully deflected her attention from the ‘Piles and Fistula’ clinics in the proletarian parts of town), she spots hilarious if confounding legends on the backs of auto-rickshaws (yes, we’ve had engrossing family debates over ‘Mother is god, lover is danger’) and she catches typos in the fliers that the paperboy gets paid for tucking into our breakfast reading.

When she’s really bored, she reads the newspapers.

At home we get two dailies, three on weekends. Since December 17, the headlines have consistently screamed a certain four-letter word in our faces. It has latched onto our consciences and eaten into the comfortable fabric of our lives. Despite such bombardment, we cannot escape being startled to violent, impotent rage every time it is uttered. The images it evokes are unbearably terrifying, even dooming. Yet, as we attempt to shrug away the deluge of horror stories now pouring out of the prisons where they have long been locked away, we hear and read that this – this thing – is more commonplace than we imagined. That it could be only a single frightening degree of separation from our sheltered lives. 

It is rape we’re not talking about. Although we have all read enough to be informed that we must talk about it. But when we nod our heads in agreement in a social situation we’re talking detachedly about the lives of others – people we don’t know, over whose pains we shall never lose sleep.

And the headlines they continue to scream, telling of shocking tragedies that we pray we won’t ever have the misfortune to endure. If we’re careful, we whisper soothingly to ourselves, if we’re careful. 

It’s only a matter of time before my daughter, who has learned to argue with conviction about her “fundamental rights”, asks me what rape means. We’ve discussed everything from butterfly migration (“Where are the blue butterflies we saw last year?”) to retail supply chains (“Where do the toys in toy stores come from?”), all in answer to direct, sharply framed questions from which there is no weaseling out. To her, I’m the fount of encyclopedic wisdom, the Jedi master who unlocks the mysteries of the Force. I can’t afford to let her down. Or she might go and find out from somewhere – or someone – else.

When I’m not Superdad, I’m a cog in a media machine where news is chosen not for its salience but for its propensity to turn casual, accidental readers like you into patrons who will come back for more. We media-types place rape high among our priorities, right up there next to the Bollywood starlet’s wardrobe malfunction and anything cricket. It’s a hot-ticket item with great stamina and shelf-life, what with all the moralistic chest-thumping and TV debates and candle-light marches and water-cannon-baiting protestors. Oh yeah, we devote a lot of space to rape. 

But we don’t talk about it. Not at home.

Murder is kosher. War needs no introduction. Even school shootings make the cut at the dinner table. But rape? No. Never. 

And not just because we fear or loathe it, but because somewhere in our heads we confuse it with carnal knowledge – an unwelcome, premature, irreversible initiation to life’s embarrassing truths. 

Talking about rape isn’t like clearing your throat, putting on a poker-face, and delivering a preamble on birds and bees and dogs and cats. Though it begins there. Sort of.

Unlike consensual sex, which a person has a right to experience upon attaining legal age for it, rape is an act of violence where the perpetrator does not always care if his victim has attained sexual maturity. Minors, toddlers, even babies – of all genders – are raped more frequently than we want to know, most often by people known to them. People they trusted.

There’s the rub. So, whom can you trust?

My wife, for reasons she can justify, distrusts men in general. In her book, no one is a saint. Everyone – no exceptions here – starts at a zero-trust level and then works their way up, if at all. It’s an approach that is effort-intensive and stressful; it requires her to keep a sharp, paranoid eye on our little girl at all times. Often, when she deputes me to stand in, I can tell she’s not entirely confident of my level of alertness to danger. I’m comfortable with that for the most part, but there’s one thing of which I’m watchful: I don’t want our daughter growing up fearing the world she must at some point confront on her own. 

We both want her to understand danger, to be able to read the warning signs, and to act appropriately to save her skin. We want her to be able to cope positively in adversity. We want her to be confident about her body, not resentful of it. We want her to feel proud of her femininity, not threatened or vulnerable on account of it.

There’s no easy way. We started the conversation with an iPad app for kids that confirmed her suspicions that male and female bodies are indeed different and work differently. While bathing her and dressing her, we encourage her to talk about her body without shyness or reserve. We tell her about parts of her body that are “private”, which only she and her caregivers can examine or touch, and in what circumstances it is all right for them to do so. We tell her about “good touch” and “bad touch” – and debate endlessly over the social mechanics of it. We drill her on how to respond and react if she thinks a touch is “bad” and how, and whom, to call for help. From time to time, when we get lost, we turn to The Yellow Book: A Parent’s Guide to Sexuality Education and other online resources

None of this, we know, is going to erase rape from the world, or keep the headlines from screaming. At least not until fundamental systemic changes take effect in our society. Meanwhile, the questions, when they come, will fly at us thick and fast. I try to wrap my head around the answers I will give. I try to frame them mentally so that they sound neither unconvincing nor terrifying. Both are undesirable outcomes – the last thing we want is to have her believe that sexual abuse or rape isn’t serious enough to be talked about, or develop a fear of it so overblown and irrational that it cripples her for life. 

I have but one chance to get this right.

Looking up from a book she is reading, my daughter smiles. Maybe she can read my mind.
Bijoy Venugopal is Editor, Travel.
Source - Yahoo Lifestyle Entertainment

हेल्पलाइन नंबर ( HELP LINE NO.)


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जिंदगी में कई मौके ऐसे भी आ जाते हैं जब आपको ऐसे हेल्पलाइन नंबरों की इमरजेंसी में जरूरत पड़ जाती है। ऐसे में अगर आपको रोजमर्रा के कामों से जुड़ी हेल्पलाइनों की एक अपटुडेट लिस्ट मिल जाए तो आपका काम आसान हो सकता है। हेल्पलाइन की अपटुडेट लिस्ट में: 

मेडिकल 

एंबुलेंस- (सामान्य)- 102 
एंबुलेंस 011-2659-3689 (चौबीसों घंटे) 

एम्स एडमिशन 011-2659-4707 (चौबीसों घंटे) 

किस काम के लिए 
एम्स की एंबुलेंस के बारे में जानकारी हासिल करने के लिए। 
किसी को भर्ती करने के बारे में जानकारी के लिए। 

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क्या है एफआईआर 

किसी अपराध की सूचना जब किसी पुलिस ऑफिसर को दी जाती है तो उसे एफआईआर कहते हैं। यह सूचनालिखित में होनी चाहिए या फिर इसे लिखित में परिवतिर्त किया गया हो। एफआईआर भारतीय दंड प्रक्रियासंहिता 1973 के अनुरूप चलती है। एफआईआर संज्ञेय अपराधों में होती है। अपराध संज्ञेय नहीं है तोएफआईआर नहीं लिखी जाती। 

आपके अधिकार 
  • अगर संज्ञेय अपराध है तो थानाध्यक्ष को तुरंत प्रथम सूचना रिपोर्ट ( एफआईआर ) दर्ज करनी चाहिए।एफआईआर की एक कॉपी लेना शिकायत करने वाले का अधिकार है। 
  • एफआईआर दर्ज करते वक्त पुलिस अधिकारी अपनी तरफ से कोई टिप्पणी नहीं लिख सकता, न ही किसी भागको हाईलाइट कर सकता है। 
  • संज्ञेय अपराध की स्थिति में सूचना दर्ज करने के बाद पुलिस अधिकारी को चाहिए कि वह संबंधित व्यक्ति कोउस सूचना को पढ़कर सुनाए और लिखित सूचना पर उसके साइन कराए। 
  • एफआईआर की कॉपी पर पुलिस स्टेशन की मोहर व पुलिस अधिकारी के साइन होने चाहिए। साथ ही पुलिसअधिकारी अपने रजिस्टर में यह भी दर्ज करेगा कि सूचना की कॉपी आपको दे दी गई है। 
  • अगर आपने संज्ञेय अपराध की सूचना पुलिस को लिखित रूप से दी है , तो पुलिस को एफआईआर के साथआपकी शिकायत की कॉपी लगाना जरूरी है। 
  • एफआईआर दर्ज कराने के लिए यह जरूरी नहीं है कि शिकायत करने वाले को अपराध की व्यक्तिगत जानकारीहो या उसने अपराध होते हुए देखा हो। 
  • अगर किसी वजह से आप घटना की तुरंत सूचना पुलिस को नहीं दे पाएं , तो घबराएं नहीं। ऐसी स्थिति मेंआपको सिर्फ देरी की वजह बतानी होगी। 
  • कई बार पुलिस एफआईआर दर्ज करने से पहले ही मामले की जांच - पड़ताल शुरू कर देती है , जबकि होनायह चाहिए कि पहले एफआईआर दर्ज हो और फिर जांच - पड़ताल। 
  • घटना स्थल पर एफआईआर दर्ज कराने की स्थिति में अगर आप एफआईआर की कॉपी नहीं ले पाते हैं , तोपुलिस आपको एफआईआर की कॉपी डाक से भेजेगी। 
  • आपकी एफआईआर पर क्या कार्रवाई हुई , इस बारे में संबंधित पुलिस आपको डाक से सूचित करेगी। 
  •  अगर थानाध्यक्ष सूचना दर्ज करने से मना करता है , तो सूचना देने वाला व्यक्ति उस सूचना कोरजिस्टर्ड डाक द्वारा या मिलकर क्षेत्रीय पुलिस उपायुक्त को दे सकता है , जिस पर उपायुक्त उचितकार्रवाई कर सकता है। 
  • एएफआईआर न लिखे जाने की हालत में आप अपने एरिया मैजिस्ट्रेट के पास पुलिस को दिशा -निर्देश देने के लिए कंप्लेंट पिटिशन दायर कर सकते हैं कि 24 घंटे के अंदर केस दर्ज कर एफआईआरकी कॉपी उपलब्ध कराई जाए। 
  • अगर अदालत द्वारा दिए गए समय में पुलिस अधिकारी शिकायत दर्ज नहीं करता या इसकी प्रतिआपको उपलब्ध नहीं कराता या अदालत के दूसरे आदेशों का पालन नहीं करता , तो उस अधिकारीके खिलाफ कार्रवाई के साथ उसे जेल भी हो सकती है। 
  • अगर सूचना देने वाला व्यक्ति पक्के तौर पर यह नहीं बता सकता कि अपराध किस जगह हुआ तो पुलिसअधिकारी इस जानकारी के लिए प्रश्न पूछ सकता है और फिर निर्णय पर पहुंच सकता है। इसके बाद तुरंतएफआईआर दर्ज कर वह उसे संबंधित थाने को भेज देगा। इसकी सूचना उस व्यक्ति को देने के साथ - साथरोजनामचे में भी दर्ज की जाएगी। 
  • अगर शिकायत करने वाले को घटना की जगह नहीं पता है और पूछताछ के बावजूद भी पुलिस उस जगह कोतय नहीं कर पाती है तो भी वह तुरंत एफआईआर दर्ज कर जांच - पड़ताल शुरू कर देगा। अगर जांच के दौरानयह तय हो जाता है कि घटना किस थाना क्षेत्र में घटी , तो केस उस थाने को ट्रांसफर हो जाएगा। 
  • अगर एफआईआर कराने वाले व्यक्ति की केस की जांच - पड़ताल के दौरान मौत हो जाती है , तो इसएफआईआर को Dying Declaration की तरह अदालत में पेश किया जा सकता है। 
  • अगर शिकायत में किसी असंज्ञेय अपराध का पता चलता है तो उसे रोजनामचे में दर्ज करना जरूरी है। इसकीभी कॉपी शिकायतकर्ता को जरूर लेनी चाहिए। इसके बाद मैजिस्ट्रेट से सीआरपीसी की धारा 155 के तहतउचित आदेश के लिए संपर्क किया जा सकता है। 
source - navbharat times

5 easy tips to reduce hairfall problem


Do you often face one of those mornings where your bathe drain is blocked because of all the hair you’re shedding? It is true that losing hair is really heart breaking and the sight of seeing yourself going bald during your heydays is really a nightmare.

Hair fall is a common problem that people face these days. Now, hair loss can be due to various reasons as in this hectic life we hardly get any time to maintain a beauty regime. Further, our unhealthy lifestyle and bad food habits add to the problem. 

Don’t worry much for we bring to you some easy ways and measures that you can implement daily and weekly to reduce hair fall.

Say no to junk food: Your first step towards healthy hair is to switch to a healthy diet and exercise regime. Include protein rich food like wheat, oats, barley, maize and brown rice in your palette. Kidney beans, black beans, chickpeas and green peas are another great source of protein. Also, drink a lot of water as it not just keeps your skin healthy but also makes hair roots strong. Another important tip is not to indulge in crash dieting or starving yourself to reduce weight as it has a very harmful effect on your hair.

Get a hair massage: A good hot oil massage is the best treat that you can give to your hair. Rub hot oil into your scalp for at least one or two hours to restore the moisture of your tresses as this will replenish the hair roots and provide them intense nourishment. You can use massage your scalp with coconut, almond, neem, amla or olive oil.

Beat stress: Yes, you heard it right. Stress is a major factor that leads to hair fall. So, try to control it with meditation, yoga and breathing exercises

General hair care: Avoid taking hot water baths as hot water opens the pores, making your hair follicles brittle leading to hair fall. Another thing to be kept in mind is to use a thick hair brush and not to comb your hair roughly if you are facing hair fall. It is also suggested that if you have long hair, then avoid tying your tresses in a bun all the time as this can also lead to hair fall as well. And finally, if you really love your hair then please avoid indulging in a lot of hair styling as it damages your tresses.

Choose a healthy lifestyle: A healthy lifestyle is the key to keep you fit overall. So, please get ample amount of sleep as insufficient sleep may aggravate the problem. Also, say no to smoking and alcohol as they aggravate the problem of hair loss.
Source - Zee News

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ALERT - Women & Girls, Be Carefull with Hidden Camera At Hotel & Lodge

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10 tips to keep your mobile devices charged and happy








he batteries that your mobile devices contain are miracles of engineering. They hold amounts of energy that their predecessors couldn’t come close to equaling. Properly using this potential can help your mobile batteries last longer on the road. Here are our tips for obtaining optimum battery performance.

1. For the quickest Tablet charge, use the original charger or a charger specifically designed for it.

When charging tablets, use the charger they came with for best results.
iPads and other tablets have large batteries, so they come with chargers that can output lots of juice to recharge them quickly. For example, the iPad's adapter can output up to 2100mA (2.1 Amps), which is more than double the amperage that a typical USB port can support. This extra power output makes a huge difference. In our tests, charging an iPad took 5 hours, 9 minutes with the iPad charger (which can deliver up to 2100mA), but it took 10 hours, 13 minutes with an iPhone 5 charger (which maxes out at 1000mA). In a similar test with a generic USB travel charger, the charger took more than 24 hours to build up a full charge in the same iPad.
As these tests demonstrate, to reduce charging time to a minimum, you need to use either the original charger or one designed specifically for your device. Some devices contain circuitry that won’t allow the battery to use the charger's full capacity unless the charger contains a special authorization chip: otherwise, the device will charge at a much slower rate. For instance, when we tried to charge an iPad 4 with a Samsung Tab 10.1's charger, the process took over 19 hours to complete, even though the Samsung charger can deliver the same amount of juice as the original iPad 4 charger. That’s because the iPad 4, not recognizing that the charger could deliver a larger flow of power, limited the incoming current to an unnecessarily low level. The same was true of the reverse situation: When we tried to charge a Samsung Tab 10.1 tablet with an iPad 4 charger, the process took more than 15.5 hours. In contrast, the original Samsung charger completed its work on the Tab 10.1 in 4 hours, 46 minutes.

2. Most cell phones don’t need a specific charger.

Cell phones, which carry smaller batteries than tablets use, don’t require high-current chargers. As a result, you can use a generic charger to transfer power to them, without suffering a severe slowdown in charging time. When we timed how long an iPhone 5 took to reach a full charge when fed by various chargers, the differences ranged from 2 hours, 4 minutes with an HTC travel charger to 2 hours, 59 minutes with a Samsung charger. The original iPhone 5 charger took 2 hours, 16 minutes—so you won’t suffer much of a penalty for using a third-party charger with your cell phone or other small device.

3. Use a charging USB port or a powered USB hub.

If you don’t have a charger handy, you can recharge via a USB port. USB 2.0 ports come in two types: standard and charging. The difference is in the amount of juice they can deliver: A standard USB port delivers a paltry 100mA, whereas a charging port can deliver a much more respectable 500mA. That’s why, when you plug a power-hungry device into some ports, it either won’t charge at all or will charge very slowly. Though many laptops offer a combination of standard and charging USB ports, many manufacturers do a poor job of identifying which ports are of which type; in such cases, the only way to find out is to try each port in turn. Even more confusingly, some ports on fairly recent laptops can provide up to 1.1 Amps of current when a device that can use it is plugged in. Check with your system's manufacturer to see what types of ports it has and what amperage they can deliver to your device, before relying on them to keep your devices charged and ready to go.
Although USB 3.0 ports can deliver more juice (up to 900mA) than USB 2.0 ports can, they perform at this level only with USB 3.0 devices. If you plug a USB 2.0 device into a USB 3.0 port, the port will deliver the same maximum 500mA that a USB 2.0 port would.
If you use an unpowered USB hub, the available current will be divided across all of the ports, which won’t leave enough to charge your devices. A powered USB hub can deliver the full amount of charging juice to each and every port, which makes it a better option for charging your devices.
You can use any micro-USB cable, not just the one your phone came with.

4. You can use any Micro-USB cable to charge your phone if the phone has a Micro-USB port.

For devices that have Micro-USB ports, you can use any cable that has a Micro-USB plug on the end for charging; you don’t need a special cable.

5. The first time you charge a device, let the device charge completely, and then discharge it until it runs out of juice.

The first charge cycle of any device is important: It conditions the battery and helps the device figure out how the battery behaves. So, when you first plug it in, leave the device on to charge for at least 12 hours, then unplug and run the device until the battery is empty.

6. You can safely leave devices charging.

Modern mobile device batteries contain circuits that control the flow of power, so it is safe to leave them plugged in and charging for long periods. When the battery is fully charged, the battery management controller will regulate the flow of power to keep the battery topped up, but won’t overcharge it. Which is a good thing, as an overcharged Li-Ion battery could explode.

7. It is good for your batteries to occasionally completely run them down and fully recharge them.

It's not a bad idea to occasionally let a battery drain completely.
Modern Lithium Ion batteries don't suffer from the memory effect problem that plagued their older nickel-cadmium cousins, so you can safely recharge your device even if the battery hasn't completely run down. Nevefrtheless, manufacturers recommend running the battery down and recharging it fully at least one a month to maximize the battery's life, as this helps keep the battery conditioned and helps preserve its chemistry.

8. Treat your batteries with respect.

If you treat them well, your devices' batteries will repay you with years of service. But if you don’t treat them well, they won’t respond well—which is a problem because the insides of batteries are dangerous places. It may help to think of batteries as small chemical fires waiting to happen: You should always carry them in the device or in a case (if you're carrying a spare). Never poke, puncture, or otherwise mistreat them.

9. Replace (and recycle) your batteries every two years or so.

As batteries get older, their ability to retain a charge diminishes, and consequently your device's battery life gets shorter. This gradual but inevitable process reflects chemical changes inside the battery. Most batteries should be good for a couple of years, though: Apple asserts that the battery in an iPad will hold 80 percent of its maximum charge after 1000 charges, and other manufacturers make similar claims.
When you do replace them, recycle the old batteries at a hardware store or other designated rechargeable battery drop-off. The Call2Recycle website will help you find a recycling station in your area. Don't discard any recyclable battery into the trash, as its ingredients are quite poisonous and potentially combustible.

10. You can diagnose a USB power problem in a few simple steps.

The Generic USB Hub Properties window shows a list of connected USB devices and the amperage each one is drawing.
If you're trying to use a USB port to charge a device, but it isn't working, you can find tools in Windows that may improve the situation. Unfortunately those tools are buried rather deep in the system. To get to them, go to Control Panel > Device Manager, and selectDevices by Connection from the View menu. Click the top item on the list (which should be the name of your PC), and press the * key. This will open a list of all the devices connected to your system. Scroll down until you find one called 'Generic USB Hub'. This is your computer's built-in USB hub, which connects the USB ports in the case. You may have more than one such hub, depending on your system. Right-click Generic USB Hub and select Properties. In the Generic USB Hub Properties window click the Power tab, and you'll see a list of connected USB devices, together with the amount of power that each one is drawing. This information can help you determine whether the device will charge quickly (if the number is, say, 500mAH or above) or relatively slowly (if the number is less than 500mAh). When I checked this list on my computer, I found that my cell phone was drawing just 96mA. As a result, even though the phone reported that it was charging, it was receiving only a trickle of power, and would probably never have charged fully.
Source - www.techhive.com

ALERT - At Cyber Cafe be alert



If you visit a cyber cafe and find find any black pin attached to the CPU as shown in the picture, do not use that system. This pin is actually a connection which saves all your data you enter in the system. It is a hardware key-logger, very powerful, it records each and every action on your system. It is a risk to your privacy over the net, at risk are passwords, banking, or any other data you enter.

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6 career myths you shouldn't fall for

6 career myths you shouldn't fall for
1. A college degree will get you a jobGenerations of students have been told that if they get a college degree, they'll easily find a job afterward. Unfortunately, it's no longer so clear-cut. Degrees no longer open doors the way they used to, and too many new graduates are remaining unemployed or under-employed for months or even years, as employers opt for more experienced candidates. This is frustrating and confusing for graduates, who often feel that they did everything they were supposed to and they're not getting the pay-off they were promised would come.

6 career myths you shouldn't fall for

2. Do what you're passionate about and the money will followIn reality, not all passions match up with the realities of the job market. If you're passionate about poetry or painting, you're going to find very limited job opportunities for those things. In fact, the people who get to do what they love for a job are the lucky ones; they're not the majority. A better goal is to find work that you can do reasonably happily; it doesn't need to be your passion.

6 career myths you shouldn't fall for
3. If you can't find a job, just start your own business Starting your own business is hard, and it's not for everyone. It's not as easy as just having a skill and selling it. You have to have something that people want to buy from you more than they want to buy it from your competitors. You also have to be able to market yourself, deal with financial uncertainty, have some savings as a launch pad, and overcome plenty of other challenges. It's not a cure-all for anyone who can't find a job or is unhappy in their career.

6 career myths you shouldn't fall for
4. Your major in college will lead to your career Students often come out of school thinking that their major will lead them to their life-long career path directly, but it's very often not the case--especially for majors in the liberal arts. You might have an English degree but end up in HR, or a sociology degree but end up selling ads, or a music degree but end up as a professional fundraiser. On the other hand, degrees in the sciences, technology, engineering, and math are more likely to end up pointing you toward a more defined career path.

6 career myths you shouldn't fall for
5. If you're not sure what you want to do, go to grad school Grad school makes sense when you want to follow a career path that requires an advanced degree. But it's a bad use of time and money if you're hoping it will somehow point you down a career path, or if you're going because you're not sure what else to do. Many people who go to grad school for lack of a better option come out a few years later saddled with large student loans, and not any better positioned than they were before they enrolled. Which leads to?

6 career myths you shouldn't fall for
6. Grad school will always make you more marketable Grad school generally will not make you more marketable unless you're going into a field that specifically requires a graduate degree. In fact, it can make you less competitive, by keeping you from getting work experience for that much longer and requiring you to find a higher-paying job than you might otherwise need because you need to pay back school loans--and even worse, if you apply for jobs that have nothing to do with your graduate degree, many employers will think you don't really want the job you're applying for, since it's not in "your field.

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