Thursday, September 30, 2010

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Flash: Allahabad HC rules by majority that disputed land in Ayodhya be divided into 3 parts, say lawyers. Land to be distributed among Waqf Board, Nirmohi Akhara, party for `Ram Lalla', say lawyers. Status quo will be maintained at the disputed site in Ayodhya for 3 months, claim lawyers Ravi Shankar Prasad and K N Bhatt (PTI)

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Saturday, September 25, 2010

World Heart Day 2010 | 10 simple tips | Wallpapers

World Heart Day was created to inform people around the globe that heart disease and stroke are the world's leading cause of death, claiming 17.1 million lives each year.
On World Heart Day, we call on everyone to take responsibility for their own heart health and say "I work with Heart". By outlining 10 simple steps that can be taken and encouraging people to start by taking at least one; healthy diets, physical activity and saying no to tobacco is advocated.

10 simple tips

1. Healthy food intake - Eat at least 5 servings of fruit and vegetables a day and avoid saturated fat. Beware of processed foods, which often contain high levels of salt.

2. Get active & take heart - Even 30 minutes of activity can help to prevent heart attacks and strokes and your work will benefit too.

3. Say no to tobacco - Your risk of coronary heart disease will be halved within a year and will return to a normal level over time.

4. Maintain a healthy weight - Reducing weight, especially together with lower ed salt intake, leads to lower blood pressure. High blood pressure is the number one risk factor for stroke and a major factor for approximately half of all heart disease and stroke.

5. Know your numbers - Visit a healthcare professional who can measure your blood pressure, cholesterol and glucose levels, together with waist-to-hip ratio and body mass index (bmi). Once you know your overall risk,you can develop a specific plan of action to improve your heart health.

6. Limit your alcohol intake - Restrict the amount of alcoholic drinks that you consume. Excessive alcohol intake can cause your blood pressure to rise and your weight to increase.

7. Insist on a smoke-free environment
Demand a tobacco ban - ensure your workplace is 100% smoke-free
Support the adoption of smoking - cessation services encourage your employer to provide help to those wanting to quit tobacco

8. Bring exercise to the workplace - Include physical activity in your working schedule - cycle to work if this is possible, take the stairs, exercise or go for a walk during your lunch breaks, and encourage others to do so too

9. Choose healthy food options- Ask for healthy food at your work canteen, or find nearby cafes or restaurants that serve healthy meals

10. Encourage stress-free moments -whilst stress has not been shown to be a direct risk fact or for heart disease and stroke, it is related to smoking, excessive drinking and unhealthy eating, which are risk factors for heart disease.
- Take time for lunch away from your workplace to get some fresh air
- Have regular breaks during the day - try stretching or exercising for 5 minutes twice a day

Friday, September 24, 2010

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Vajiram and Ravi IAS Coaching Institute | Vajiram and Ravi Website

Vajiram and Ravi is one of the premier coaching institutes for preparing students for IAS Examinations. The institute was founded by Prof P Velayutham. Giving Civil Services examination is not an easy task for students and if institutes such as Vajiram and Ravi are there students need not worry much. With their guidance and practice many students have been clearing IAS examinations since the establishment of the institute. The success rate is seen to be quite high every year. There are in total three levels before one can clear the Civil Services examinations. They are Preliminary test, Main Examination and Personality Test.
Examination help rendered by Vajiram and Ravi

The examinations in which Vajiram and Ravi help out the students are

* Indian Administrative Services (IAS)
* Indian Foreign Services (IFS)
* Indian Police Services (IPS)
* Indian Revenue Services (IRS)
* Indian Railway Traffic Services (IRTS)

And many more
Courses Offered by Vajiram and Ravi
Priliminary cum Main Exam

The duration of the course is 20 weeks and it starts in the first week of October. Public Administration, Psychology, Sociology, Political Science and Geography are taught for preliminary examinations. For the main exam. Public Administration, Psychology, Sociology, Political Science, General Studies, Commerce, Accountancy and Geography are taught. The course is divided in two parts. The first part is of 16 weeks’ duration and the second of 15 weeks’ duration. The main examination course commences from the 3rd week of March.
Personality Test

In this course overall grooming of the students is done and they are prepared to face the interview. They aim at making the students alert, good decision makers, have logical and analytical thinking, develop social and leadership skills. The course lasts for about 10-15 days and mock sessions of personalised interviews are conducted.

Interview Program

The duration of the program is about a week. Subjects taught in this program are national and international current affairs, administrative issues, economics and mock interviews.

Vajiram Test Series- This is conducted for the preparation of Prelims. The test series is conducted on the following subjects: general studies, public administration, commerce, geography, political science. These test series include study material, practice tests, strategy session and explanatory session. The fee charged is Rs 8500 for General Studies and Rs 7500 for other optional subjects.
Subjects offered by Vajiram and Ravi

* General studies
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* Sociology
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* Geography
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Postal guidance by Vajiram and Ravi

Postal guidance for students is also available who are not based in Delhi or for the ones who cannot make it to the institute. They are sent study material is sent in two to three lots through courier. The first is sent in January, the second in either last week of September or the first week of October. It takes about a week for the study material to reach the students. The fee is Rs 2000 for sending study material by post.
Contact Details of Vajiram and Ravi

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Ph: 011-25734058, 25820000, Email:
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Thursday, September 23, 2010

coaching center for any competitive examinations

Guidelines to those who are going for any coaching center for any competitive examinations

1. Regularly attend all classes in time

2.Copy what ever teacher write on the board

3.Listen carefully and try to understand the concept

4.Use pencil to draw circuits and graphs

5.Study only standard books and underline important concepts and equations

6.Solve atleast last 10 years of question papers of GATE/IES/IETE etc

7.Write all the exams conducted by institute after serious preparation

8.Use long book (white papers) of 200 pages and write any two subjects in each subject and bring all the books every day

9.Clarify the doubts after or during the class

10.Unless you solve the problems, you can’t understand the subject

11.Don’t join any batch in the middle

12.Discuss the subject among the friends

13.Daily you have to prepare atleast 4 hours

14.Class notes are better than any material

15.Selection of the institute, duration ( long term, short term, week end etc), distance from the home also important

16.Site in the class, where you are able to see the board clearly and it is also audible and visible

17.Tell the difficulties to concerned faculty without any delay

18.Short term coaching and long term preparation is good for above average students

19.Long term coaching and short term preparation is good for below average students


a.I listen I forgot

b.I see I remember

c.I do I learn

Wish u all the Best

New Bajaj Pulsar 135 cc Light sports 2010 showroom price and user review

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The headlamp and new design fuel tank is pretty much attractive. The black mat finish allow wheels is too sexy. It is also equipped with digital LCD console , LED tail lamp. Now if you check the engine, it is high performing 134.66 cc , 4 stroke, air cooled, 4 valve, single cylinder, SOHC , DTS-i petrol engine with five speed gears. This engine delivers an output of 9000 rpm with 11.4 Nm at maximum torque at 7500 rpm. For an average India , mileage is the thing which matters most, Bajaj pulsar 135 LS offers a mileage of 48 KMPL in city limits and on highway it provides 59 KMPL mileage. This is pretty much amazing mileage for such a powerful and stylish bike.

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Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Ahead of Ayodhya verdict, Gujarat appeals for peace

The Gujarat government Wednesday urged the people not to be swayed by the Ayodhya verdict and appealed to them to maintain peace in the state.

‘With the municipal corporation election next month and the Ayodhya judgment round the corner, the need of the hour is to help the state march towards progress,’ Chief Minister Narendra Modi said here.

‘My humble appeal to all citizens is that though you would be eagerly waiting the judgment (Ayodhya verdict), please do not be swayed by excitement as it will not benefit anyone. Kindly remember that Gujarat had laid to rest, for the past several years, the ghost of violence and curfew,’ the chief minister said.

Modi warned that the enemies of the country are closely watching the developments.

‘Let us not allow anti-social elements to succeed in destroying our peaceful social fabric. I appeal to all of you that let us take the development of Gujarat further towards the path of progress with peace, self-control and patience,’ he added.

A three-judge special bench of the Allahabad High Court is scheduled to pronounce the verdict in the Babri Masjid-Ramjanmabhoomi dispute Sep 24.


Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Whither the Commonwealth Games?

With just two weeks to the 2010 Commonwealth Games, the first to be held in the Commonwealth's most populous nation, the event has run into trouble. The president of the Commonwealth Games Federation, Michael Fennell, yesterday announced:

"Many nations that have already sent their advanced parties to set up within the village have made it abundantly clear that, as of the afternoon of 20 September, the Commonwealth Games village is seriously compromised. Significant operational matters remain unaddressed."

The Scotland team added in a statement: "On arrival in Delhi on Thursday last week, Team Scotland officials found that building works had fallen seriously behind schedule and that its allocated accommodation blocks were far from finished and in their view, unsafe and unfit for human habitation.

"After representation to the organising committee, Scotland was reallocated finished accommodation, but which still required serious cleaning and maintenance to bring it up to the necessary Games-ready standards. This has now been largely addressed by the Scotland team management, cleaning the seven-storey tower block from top to bottom themselves with assistance from Delhi Games volunteers.

"However, many of the other blocks in the Residential Zone still remain in a highly unsatisfactory state ... During the last few days, despite repeated promises, only slow progress has been made, to the extent that there are now grave concerns as to whether the village as a whole will meet the health and safety standards required to host all 71 CGAs and their 6,500 team members, which are due to start arriving on 23 September."

These are not the first problems to afflict the Delhi Games. As Bloomberg notes: "The lead-up to the four-yearly Games, which feature about 8,000 athletes from the UK and its former colonies and dependencies, has been marred by allegations of corruption and mismanagement, an outbreak of dengue fever, monsoon floods and the 19 Sept. shooting of two Taiwanese nationals at the city's Jama Masjid mosque that raised fears over athletes' security."

Discus thrower Dani Samuels, last year's world champion, today became the first member of the Australian team to pull out of the Delhi Games over security concerns. An Australian TV crew had already helpfully exposed security problems by carrying a case for an explosive detonation kit into the main arena without being stopped.

Despite all of this, the Games will probably go ahead. Most major sporting events are plagued by stories about the unpreparedness of the venues in the run-up. It would surely be too politically embarrassing at this late stage to abandon Delhi. The Indian government had taken the Games on board as an opportunity to prove the nation's modernity. This in itself is something of a curio, because some might argue that the Commonwealth Games are an anachronism. When they began in 1930 they were known as the British Empire Games, but they gradually mutated into The Commonwealth Games, the third largest multi-sport event in the world.

Entry into the event depends upon membership of the Commonwealth, which is largely made up of former British colonies. This means that many of the world's sporting superpowers do not compete: the US, Russia, Germany, Brazil, Italy. But this is true also of other high-profile sports that are mostly held dear by former British empire nations, such as cricket and rugby union.

After so many Commonwealth/Empire Games have been held in Britain, Australasia and Canada, India's Games mark an important cultural break. Only Jamaica in 1966 and Kuala Lumpur in 1998 have taken the event away from the, let's admit it, majority white Commonwealth countries.

Not all athletes were committed to the Delhi Games, even before the current burst of stories. European Championship double gold-winning distance runner Mo Farah had already pulled out of the event, as had heptathlete Jessica Ennis and cyclist Chris Hoy, because the Games clash with cycling's European Championships.

Are the Commonwealth Games an anachronism whose course has run? Or are they a fine old tradition, worthy of maintenance for uniting disparate nations and giving athletes from many smaller nations a chance at glory?


Yuvraj makes way for Pujara | Yuvraj Singh dropped

Yuvraj makes way for Pujara | Yuvraj Singh dropped

The decision wasn't unexpected. An illness had forced Yuvraj to cede his spot to Suresh Raina in the second Test against Sri Lanka. Raina made a century on debut and kept his place despite Yuvraj being fit for the third Test. He then contributed a crucial cameo that helped level the series.

With Yuvraj struggling in the tri-series that followed, the writing appeared on the wall. The National selection committee, which met here at the M.A. Chidambaram Stadium on Monday, replaced Yuvraj with Cheteshwar Pujara, the 22-year-old Saurashtra batsman who has been prolific in first-class cricket.

Indian squad: M.S. Dhoni (capt. & wk), Virender Sehwag, Gautam Gambhir, Rahul Dravid, Sachin Tendulkar, V.V.S. Laxman, Suresh Raina, Harbhajan Singh, Amit Mishra, Zaheer Khan, Ishant Sharma, Sreesanth, Pragyan Ojha, M. Vijay, and Cheteshwar Pujara.

Rest of India squad for Irani Cup: Yuvraj Singh (capt.), Abhinav Mukund, Shikhar Dhawan, Virat Kohli, S. Badrinath, Saurabh Tiwary, Parthiv Patel (wk), Piyush Chawla, R. Ashwin, Jaydev Unadkat, Umesh Yadav, R. Vinay Kumar, Manish Pandey, Abhimanyu Mithun, and Ravindr


Yuvraj Singh unhappy for not getting Test Selection BreakingNewsOnline.
Yuvraj makes way for Pujara The Hindu
From Test, Yuvraj pushed to the Rest Indian Express
Hindustan Times - Calcutta Telegraph
Yuvraj Singh has been left out of the Indian squad for the two-Test cricket series against Australia which begins on October 1.

Sunday, September 19, 2010

Chennai Super Kings loses out in super over

Having made 51 to help Victoria Bushrangers tie Chennai Super Kings' score of 162, David Hussey starred in the Super Over to win his side the match.

Hussey hit R. Ashwin for three sixes, as Victoria made 23 runs in the Super Over. Clint McKay restricted Suresh Raina and M. Vijay to enable Victoria register its second win in three league games in the Champions League Twenty20 tournament.

It was a cruel fate for Chennai, which had survived Aaron Finch's breath-taking cameo and put itself in a position to win the game.

Finch smashed Doug Bollinger for four fours and R. Ashwin for three sixes to race to 41 off 16 balls. Victoria, as a result, was on 43 without loss after 3.1 overs.

However, Ashwin got his revenge with a carrom-ball. Bollinger then bowled Brad Hodge, but Matthew Wade and David Hussey counter-attacked.

Muttiah Muralitharan broke the 55-run partnership when he had Wade caught behind and struck next ball, dismissing Andrew McDonald.

David Hussey and Rob Quiney put on 36 before Raina's double-strike in the 18th over reduced Victoria to 142 for six. With 12 needed in the final over, McKay struck Raina for six but chipped a catch to the bowler next ball. Dirk Nannes holed out, leaving Victoria requiring six off three balls. Peter Siddle struck the fourth ball for four over extra-cover.

Dhoni and Raina combined for an overthrow that gave Victoria the single to tie the scores, but they did better next ball to run out Bryce McGain.

Earlier, Vijay (73, 53b, 5x4, 2x6) started uncertainly, taking nine balls to get off the mark.

Despite losing Michael Hussey and Raina, Vijay didn't lose a step. With M.S. Dhoni also finding the boundary, Chennai seemed in control. But John Hastings and McKay reduced Chennai from 135 for two to 146 for five with three deceptive slower balls.

Thursday, September 9, 2010

Lions take on Mumbai in ACLT20 opener

With spot-fixing clouds still around, the extravagant Airtel Champions League Twenty20 starts on Friday in South Africa.

The second season of the league kicks off with the underdogs, Highveld Lions playing against a team which landed in South Africa as hot favourites, Mumbai Indians.

Any team that has Sachin Tendulkar is bound to be viewed with respect, fear and a lot of affection. The fear factor will of course play for the bowlers every time Tendulkar walks out into the middle. Despite finishing second best in the IPL, the Mumbai Indians were arguably the most complete side of the tournament.

The Indians have a solid batting line-up with the likes of Shikhar Dhawan, JP Duminy, Kieron Pollard and Saurabh Tiwary. Dangerous and destructive. The reason why Mumbai Indians present such an all-round enigma is because they have some extremely potent bowlers stacked up in their ranks. Lasith Malinga and Harbhajan Singh with Dwayne Bravo will be an envious attack to have in South Africa. Mumbai will of course keep their fingers crossed for Zaheer Khan to be fit in time.

While the Warriors are filled with an array of international stars, the Highveld Lions pride themselves on making use of the available local talent.

Besides Petersen, Neil Mckenzie is the other international player of repute in the squad. The Lions recently signed former Proteas skipper Kepler Wessels as the team’s strategic consultant hoping to utilise his expertise knowledge. Wessels was the coach of Chennai Super Kings during the inaugural edition of IPL in 2008.

With that being said, it will not be easy for Mumbai Indians to see off the Lions' challenge. The Lions' over a period of time have built a resistant character. They have been in the worst of situations and bounced back. The biggest example can be their domestic campaign, where they won the inaugural T20 Championship in South Africa but were on the back foot and lingering around the bottom half of the table since then. However, this season, they turned it around and finished runners up to the Warriors.

Another factor which could prove to be vital during the match could be the team chemistry. The Mumbai Indians' players meet every year for a month or so, whereas, the Lions play as a team all season long. Even though Mumbai Indians is a much more talented team on paper, one cannot count the Lions out.

The Mumbai Indians have specialists in all the areas of the field, whereas, the Lions’ side comprises of at least half a dozen all rounders. It is yet to be seen whether the specialists will be able to overcome the resistance of the all rounders.

The Lions will be out to prove a point as they have already been labelled as the underdogs. Petersen, the Lions’ captain, claimed that their side will not roll over and die, instead, they will play to win every match. On the other hand, Mumbai Indians, the heavyweights of the tournament will look to kick start their campaign with a win. It is more a matter of pride than just two points. The opening match of the Airtel Champions League T20 is sure to provide fireworks to the supporters all around the world.