Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Election buzz is going all around us and everyone seems excited about it.  Newspapers and News channels are filed with the political stuff. So how can I stay away from it being a Journalist? Last time I published about the Once again the same tournament that we call “Elections”. This time I am going to express my views on politics which is nothing more than a family business in India. Being a largest democratic country India is under dynasty rule from its Independence.

Most prominently Nehru Gandhi family Jawaharlal Nehru (Freedom Fighter, First Indian PM, Prime Minister, 1947–1964) Indira Gandhi (Prime Minister, 1966–1977 and 1980–1984) (Daughter of Jawaharlal Nehru) Rajiv Gandhi (Prime Minister, 1984–1989) (Son of Indira Gandhi) Sonia Gandhi, (President of the Indian National Congress party), wife of Rajiv Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi. is one who is ruling the entire nation since its independence. This family has given three prime ministers for the country and these days Rahul Gandhi leads the Congress Party.

Samajwadi Party whose chief is Mulayam Singh Yadav (Mulayam Singh Yadav, National President of Samajwadi Party, Former Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh and Former Defence Minister of India. Akhilesh Yadav, Son of Mulayam Singh Yadav & Present Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh. Dimple Yadav, Wife of Akhilesh and MP Lok sabhA  Dharmendra Yadav, Nephew of Mulayam Singh Yadav and MP from Badaun. Shivpal Singh Yadav, Cousin of Mulayam Singh Yadav and Present PWD Minister in Uttar Pradesh Government. Ram Gopal Yadav, Cousin of Mulayam Singh Yadav and MP Rajya Sabha.)

The RJD, whose chief is Lalu Yadav (Rabri Devi, Bihar chief minister wife of Lalu Yadav, Sadhu Yadav, Rabri Devi's brother Subhash Yadav, Rabri Devi's brother.)

The DMK, who’s chief is Karunanidhi, (M. Karunanidhi, Tamil Nadu Ex Chief Minister M.K. Stalin, Tamil Nadu Ex Deputy Chief Minister (Son of Karunanidhi) M K Azhagiri, Union Minister (Eldest son of Karunandihi) Kanimozhi, Member of Parliament, Rajya Sabha (Daughter of Karunanidhi) Late Murasoli Maran, Former Union Minister (nephew of Karunanidhi) Dayanidhi Maran, Union Minister (son of Murasoli))

Shiv Sena whose chief is Bal Thackeray’s (Balasaheb Thackeray Udhav Thackeray, son of Balasaheb Smitha Thackeray, daughter-in-law of Balasaheb wife of second son Jayadev; divorced but using Thackeray surname Raj Thackeray, nephew of Balasaheb).

These political parties which are no more than family business of these politicians, is inherited by their son’s or family members. Voter of the country had voted for those, who represent a dynasty or belongs from a political family.

From last many years no new faces were introduced in election but this time country has seen a change. Many fresh faces can be seen this time which are no longer associated with political family. Arvind Kejriwal is best example of it who recently won the Delhi assembly elections.

Will the dynasties continue to rule Indian or any change will take place this time…….........
India need Change vote for Change

Friday, April 18, 2014

Ancient Egyptians believed that consumption of lemons was essential to protect them from a variety of poisons, and recent research has confirmed this belief. Evidence of the consumption of lemon, dates back to 2,000 years ago in the ruins of Pompeii, which was buried when Mount Vesuvius erupted, though it is generally accepted that lemons were first cultivated in India.

A rich source of vitamin C, lemons are inexpensive, yet rich in nutritional value. One cup of lemon juice has 55 gm of vitamin C or more than 70 per cent of the recommended dietary allowance for women. Apart from this, it contains potassium, some amount of calcium and iron. Mumbai-based nutritionist, Shibani Talpade lists the benefits, “The vitamin C content in lemon strengthens the walls of blood vessels and helps prevent atherosclerosis. Lemon also promotes iron absorption, which in turn helps develop bone density, especially in women and children.”

Lemon juice consists of about 5 per cent citric acid that gives it a tart taste. This citrus fruit fights infections and is a quick fix remedy for many common ailments.
Lemon can help relieve digestion problems when mixed with hot water. It also combats common cold — one spoon of lemon juice mixed with one spoon of honey provides relief. When lemon is added to hot water or tea, it helps ease pain.

Lemon also has therapeutic properties as well. “It helps heal wounds faster as the vitamin C content stimulates the production of collagen — a key requirement for the repair of injuries,” says Talpade. The problems caused by a dry mouth can be solved by lemon, which stimulates saliva flow effectively. One of the many attributes of lemon is its ability to relieve nausea. Sucking on a lemon wedge will abate queasiness.

Lemon rice

PREP TIME: 10 minutes
COOKING TIME: 15  minutes

2 cups cooked Basmati rice
2 tbsp vegetable / canola /sunflower cooking oil
1 tsp coriander seeds
1 tsp mustard seeds
3 to 4 curry leaves
2 green chillies, slit lengthwise
1 inch ginger, grated
½ cup groundnuts, roasted
1 tsp turmeric powder
Juice of two lemons
Salt to taste

Gently roast and then coarsely powder the coriander seeds. Keep aside.
Heat oil in a pan and add the mustard seeds, curry leaves and  green chillies.
When they splutter, add the ginger and groundnuts. Fry for another minute. Add the turmeric powder and remove from heat.
Add the lemon juice and blend well.
Finish by mixing  rice and roasted coriander powder.
Add salt to taste.

Source: & healthmeup

Friday, April 4, 2014

A good news for all those aspirants who are preparing for banking exams. State bank of India which has 15,860 branches in the country and has its business in 36 countries is recruiting for probationary officers.

Total Posts: 1837

Online registration: 07.04.2014 to 25.04.2014
Payment of fees - online: 07.04.2014 to 25.04.2014
Payment of fees - offline: 10.04.2014 to 28.04.2014

Examination will be conducted tentatively in June 2014.
Essential Academic Qualifications: Graduation in any discipline from a recognised University or any equivalent qualification recognized as such by the Central Government
Candidates will be required to register themselves online through Bank's website or After registration candidates are required to pay the requisite application fee through one of the following modes:

(i) Offline mode: The system will generate a cash voucher/ challan form pre-printed with the candidate's details which will be required to be presented at any State Bank of India branch counter with the requisite fee. On payment of the requisite fee through computer generated challan form, registration of the online application will be complete.

(ii) Online mode: The payment can be made by using debit card/ credit card/Internet

Thursday, April 3, 2014

To facilitate the aspirants willing to apply for admission in various courses in this academic session, Himachal Pradesh University (HPU), has launched online admission process for first time for the year 2014-15. Like other universities HPU is also taking steps to provide forms online for students.

Students will now get rid of staying in queue to get the prospects and get the form submitted. Nearly 15 departments of HPU will come under this online admission process.

Vice Chancellor AND Bajpai on Thursday converse on this matter with head of the departments and Dean of the varsity. Bajpai further said that, "Forms will be available soon on website". This decision will also implement on the private institutes and colleges, affiliated to the Himachal Pradesh University.

After launching this online service, HPU will not print prospects as forms will be available online for all the aspirants. The Himachal Pradesh University was founded on July 22, 1970. It is located at Summer Hill which is at a distance of 5 kms from Shimla.


Form can be downloaded from the website of varsity:
Fee can be deposited in any bank in the HP.

Some of the courses which university offers: 
1. MMC./ M.A./ M.Sc. (Mathematics)
2. M.Sc. (Physics/ Chemistry)
3. M.A. (Social Work/ English)
4. M.Sc. (Botany/ Zoology)
5. LL.B. (Three Years), MBE
7. M.A. (Physical Education)
8. M.Ed.
10. IVS
11. MTA
12. MCA
13. M.Tech.
14. M.Sc. (Microbiology)
15. B.Ed.

Selection procedure:
Only those aspirants will be eligible for admission who will qualify the entrance exam conducted by varsity.

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