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Posts for May, 2014
Foul breath is a problem that has plagued humankind for centuries. Everyone suffers from halitosis once in a while. However, thanks to advancements in dental hygiene, there are various simple and readily available remedies for halitosis.
care | 30 May 2014
The World Health Organization (WHO) has designated the theme "Raise Taxes on Tobacco" and also released the poster with the same title for its worldwide campaign. "Raising taxes on tobacco is both the most effective and cost-effective way of reducing tobacco use around the world," says WHO brochure.
Dr. Lalit Kishore | 30 May 2014
Toyota Kirloskar Motor (TKM) today launched the All New Corolla Altis. The launch marks the beginning of sales. The vehicle was unveiled in February at the Auto Expo 2014. The vehicle is the 11th generation of the legendary Corolla.
Tarunya Mohan | 30 May 2014
The words "Secular" and "Socialist" need to be deleted from the Preamble to the Constitution of India
The following is the Preamble of the Constitution of India as downloaded from the site of the Legislative Department of the Government of India:
Satbir Singh Bedi | 30 May 2014
City of Reedley in California has become the 11th city in USA to declare October 25 as Rajan Zed Day after distinguished religious statesman Rajan Zed, who is President of Universal Society of Hinduism.
Correspondent | 30 May 2014
I am now 68 years and 8 months old and have realised at this old age that I was clinging to the memories of the past years and scratching my old wounds which was only troubling me and none else.
Satbir Singh Bedi | 29 May 2014
Shri Ram Sena Jammu and Kashmir has taken serious concern over the Jammu Municipal Corporation (JMC) work culture giving rise to illegal constructions in Jammu city.
Rajiv | 29 May 2014
Shri Ram Sena Jammu and Kashmir state president, Rajiv Mahajan has taken serious note of Congress leaders jibe at HRD Minister Smriti Irani's educational qualification being only a12th pass.
Rajiv | 28 May 2014
Rana Gurmit Singh Sodhi, Congress MLA from Guruharsahai Assembly in Punjab's Ferozepur district, while congratulating Narendra Modi for assuming the charge as Prime Minister of India stated that although the efforts of the Prime Minister in down -sizing his cabinet are commendable yet some imbalance in giving representation to various areas is conspicuous by absence of any Sikh gentleman.
HARISH DIDO | 28 May 2014
Skipping PM's oath taking ceremony riding on emotion/rivalry- Some Chief ministers in fact insulting Indian democracy & Constitution!
While SAARC leaders along with Mauritian President attended the mega oath taking ceremony of 15th Prime Minister of India, leader of 16th Lok Sabha, it was really embarrassing when some Chief Ministers of the states skipped or literally boycotted the ceremony. The Congress chief ministers from Karnataka and Kerala along with Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalitha skipped the oath taking ceremony!
Biranchi Narayan Acharya | 27 May 2014
In a simple and impressive function organized by Shaheed-e-Want Youth Orgnisation (Regd.) Punjab, Ferozepur, on Saturday late evening, organized a cultural programme dedicated to Kartar Singh Sababha (24 May 1896 16 November 1915) a Sikh revolutionary, a leading luminary of the Ghadar Party, who was amongst the most famous accused in the Labohre conspiracy trial and executed at Lahore for his role in the Ghadhar conspiracy.
Naresh Kadyan, Social Activist and running Kadyan Khap International in the public and animals interest, has taken up number of issues with the Centre and State Governments in the public and animals interest.
Causes of short circuits leading to fire accidents should become a regular study till the situation is well under control
Press reports once a while do come up with fire accidents resulting from short circuits in electrical fittings in different places across the country. Regular study should become a norm for all concerned for finding out why such short circuits do place and how to control the same in the future.
Vishnu Mohan | 26 May 2014
With the introduction in internet services, the using a strong username and password to protect your accounts, web sites is crucial as well as important. At the same time, it is also very important that if you as site administrator are careless in choosing usernames and passwords or store credentials, then a hacker may find it relatively easy to break your sites security.
HARISH DIDO | 25 May 2014
In India, it is estimated, there exists one Non Governmental Organisation (NG) for every 400-1000 people. These organisations do help the society in getting forward. Debates are needed to explore the possibility of mandating or encouraging strongly for all these NGOs (existing as well those planned for the future) for going in for Enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions. This was suggested by none other than Mr. Narayan Murthy, who is the Executive Chairman of Infosys Ltd.
Vishnu Mohan | 22 May 2014
Old proverb that man proposes but God disposes holds true with Haryana, Govt's decision to bring Right to Service Act for providing relief to people who suffer at the hands of bureaucracy.Impressed by the Rajasthan Act Ashok Tanwar Congress.M.P from Hayana while canvassing during Rajsthan assembly polls has decided to replicate the Rajsathan Right to Hearing Act,2012 as a pilot project in Haryana.
Pawan Kumar Bansal | 21 May 2014
Aam Adami Party contested on 426 seats in recent LS polls and its humiliating defeat would not have been so serious if more than 360 social activists associated with NAPM (National Alliance Public Movement) and working for tribal & poor rights protection, cleaning of administration-public life, rehabilitation of displaced people, farmers, women empowerment, anti-globalization and workers welfare would not have been rejected by the 'Aam Aadmi' of Indian democracy.
VJAS | 19 May 2014
On Sunday evening volunteers of Rashtriya Swayam Sangh (RSS),Patna branch organized Annual Day Celebration of Shakha with fervor at Loha Park, Professors Colony,Chitragupta Nagar,Patna.About 300 children,youth,women and old active members of RSS participated in this programme.
Ranjan Kumar Amritnidhi | 19 May 2014
A colorful fusion of Indian and western culture and a harmonious of blend of music and dance marked the annual function which was organized by SRM Global school on Saturday. Er.Roshan jindal, CMD, SRM Group, Naraingarh, Ambala was the chief guest on the occasion. The function began with the "Saraswati Vandana" song. The function involved participation from all the students of the school.
Rakesh Chaudhary | 19 May 2014
Rajiv Mahajan, State President Shri Ram Sena Jammu and Kashmir congratulates Narinder Modi and his team for grand success in Lok Sabha elections- 2014 breaking all previous records.
Rajiv | 16 May 2014
It is good to see that Bharatia Janata Party (BJP) has emerged as the star performer in the recent Lok Sabha elections of 2014!!! Last time this party won on the slogan of India shining and this time it is Mr. Narendra Modis magical laher (wave) which has helped the party win on such a huge grand scale.
Vishnu Mohan | 16 May 2014
JANADHIKAR, countrys pioneer in human rights, once again selflessly helped in delivering justice to a poor lady Lakshmi Gupta, whose husband was died in an electrocution accident on May 11, 2011, in village Dholiya, under police station Sursha, district Hardoi, Uttar Pradesh, as NHRC recommended to chief secretary, government of UP to pay two lakh more to the her. It would be additional to one lakh which had previously paid by Uttar Pradesh Power Corporation Limited, Lucknow. The recommendation came in NHRC case No.30734/24/36/2011 on a complaint filed by Janadhikar Activist Anand Mohan Batham of Lakhimpur-kheri vide No.Janadhikar/ Pari-NHRC/2011/74, dated July, 24, 2011 and prayed from justice to a poor widow lady whom the activist not know till date. The complainant always finds renowned social activist Ashok Shankaram as his source of inspiration.
JANADHIKAR Reporter | 16 May 2014
Nagpur, the city of many socio-religious movements and the head quarter of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) is likely to see a major shift in traditional voting pattern, which always favoured the Congress Party. BJP candidate and former party national president Nitin Gadkari has managed to place a well advised social engineering strategy to gain the decisive support from the minority communities, which were traditionally vote bank for the Congress Party.
Chakradhar Behera | 16 May 2014
The 35 year old TDP is facing a neck to neck competition with two and half year old YSR Congress to take hold of the power in Andhra Pradesh.
V GOPALA KRISHNA MURTHY | 15 May 2014
Due to lack of consensus among the political parties, the Election Commission's recommendation to bring an amendment to the Conduct of Election Rules to provide for the use of the 'totalizer' for counting of votes cast ate more than one polling station where EVMs are used, so that the trend of voting in individual polling station areas does not get divulged and the electors may not be be subjected to any harrassments or victimization on tht account and other numerous government committees electoral reforms recommendations are made to be in paper
TR. Madhavan | 15 May 2014
Hindu religious leader Canada to undertake the upliftment of its indigenous people seriously and wholeheartedly and address their problems urgently.
Correspondent | 15 May 2014
In Pehowa town of Kurukshetra district in Haryana, Buddha Jayanti to mark the holy coincidence of Buddha's birth, enlightenment and nirvana, was celebrated on May 13 at the Dr. Ambedkar Yuva Vikas Kendra in the town. The message of ethical living, compassion and non-violence was stressed by the speakers on the occasion.
Dr. Lalit Kishore | 15 May 2014
A Pagan is a person who believes that everything has a soul or spirit. This is called Animism, and all Pagan religions share this belief. Rivers, animals, rocks, trees, land are all filled with there own unique spirits for people who are Pagans. Christians believe that only humans have souls or spirits, Pagans see the divine spirit in all life.
Satbir Singh Bedi | 13 May 2014
NDA's next Govt. in waiting PM in Q Narendra Modis very big promise of making Indian Agriculture sector as profit making activity by giving at least 50% on investments by adopting minimum support price (MSP) formula recommended by national commission of farmers and promises of giving fresh crop loan to crisis ridden ,debt trapped distressed farmers of farm suicide prone and agrarian crisis hit region of India ,has raised very high hopes of 5 million distressed dying farmers of Vidarbha region where farmers are committing suicides @ 8 hourly since 2004 and this issue Modi highlighted in all meeting of rural India that has increased anxiety of relief aid starved farmers as region went to election in first phase on 10th April almost 66 days wait, Kishor Tiwari of Vidarbha Janandolan sa
VJAS | 13 May 2014
Lok Sabha elections is about to end as only one phase i.e 9th phase has left. This is a last phase of election in which fortune of each candidates will sealed in EVM. But the struggle of fetching votes in voting bank is still on and unfortunately in a history of Indian Politics this is the first time when elections has shattered the unity of Indian society in different castes.
Rajni Verma | 13 May 2014
This article is for those who are ready to listen, learn and challenge something their brain and heart really can not understand and feel. The agony of Indian caste system has infested the roots of this great country that principles, values and humanity is deterioration from the hearts of this country.
sunaina suresh | 13 May 2014
In a remarkable interfaith gesture, distinguished Hindu statesman Rajan Zed was honored with a siropa (robe of honor) on May 11 at Gurdwara Baba Deep Singh Ji in Las Vegas (USA).
Correspondent | 13 May 2014
Late Rajiv Gandhi has brought anti-defection law to clean the politics from horse trading. But shockingly, Haryana Chief Minister, Bhupinder Singh Hooda had killed the spirit of anti-defection law made by his mentor.
Pawan Kumar Bansal | 12 May 2014
Maharishi Dayanand and Mahatma Gandhi both were born and brought up in Gujarat and spoke Gujarati as their mother tongue. Precisely speaking the two stalwarts were from Kathiawar in Saurashtra where the vagaries of Nature and limited rainfall make the sons of the soil tough and sturdy. Both were born in and nourished by the princely states where their fathers had found employment and cultivated their culture without acquiring an imprint of princely high brow.
Brigadier CHITRANJAN SAWANT,VSM | 12 May 2014
Supreme Court today asked CBI to take the whole investigation of Saradha scam and similar cases in their hands. The chit fund-related scam cases in Orissa and other states including Tripura and Assam aslo investigate by the same team.
Rajni Verma | 09 May 2014
To become good teachers if not great teachers, the fraternity need to clearly put their souls possessing spiritual quotient (SQ) and hearts having emotional quotient ( EQ) into the work of teaching and learning along with heads bestowed with intelligence quotient( IQ), told Professor Goel.
Professor Madan Mohan Goel | 09 May 2014
The city gets up with the morning Aarti, fresh up by dipping in the holy river Ganga, lined in, murmuring har har mahadev, jai ma ambe gauri, jai hanuman ji etc and pick up the bamboo made bowl filled with varieties of flowers, ladoos, burfis, pedas, panchmels, puffed rice, coconut shells, fresh milk, channa amrit (milk made with nuts) etc, offers and prayers in temples at different places like Kashi Vishwanth, Durga Mata, Hanuman Mandir, Kalverab Etc.
Kumar Yogesh Singh | 09 May 2014
Pragati tiwari | 05 May 2014
INDIA: Political Villainy, UPA's Fall, AAP's Surge: Supporting Kejriwal is supporting aam aadmi or the common man
India has entered the new Millennium without the aura of the much-touted millennium. Indian democracy is shallower and hollower now than a decade ago. If India has to develop into a full-blown democracy, instead of merely gloating over sustaining democracy as its greatest achievement, India ought to strengthen its democratic structures and institutions and make concerted efforts for clean, corruption-free, efficient, secular, transparent and people-centric governance; rapid expansion of civil space for rapid secularisation and democratisation of state and society with secular public institutions mediating between both; equip and energise the judiciary for expeditious justice delivery, especially for the masses who cannot afford to spend and cannot afford to wait; and protect and uplift the weaker sections from poverty, illiteracy, unemployment, and social oppression. As the nation has been caught between the two evils Congress and BJP, team-Annas anticorruption surge, launching of th
P. Radhakrishnan | 05 May 2014
Some times it is very funny. here in the two trios sisters are sacrificing their lives for their brothers, It indicates how affectionate to their brothers. Though they are rivals in politics the two sisters are telling so much to the society.
V GOPALA KRISHNA MURTHY | 05 May 2014
The Chief Minister, West Bengal. We would like to draw your kind attention towards a serious problem which has arisen in ARTC, Burdwan, West Bengal due to tremendous ego problem & negligence of SMO (Dr. Subrata Dutta). He is a retired Deputy Superintendent of Medical College.
Satbir Singh Bedi | 05 May 2014
Kurukshetra to organize student seminar to feminize self-study skills through group work and supportive learning environment
A five-day students seminar on self-study skills is going to be held from May 5 to 9 at Kanya Gurukul, Kurukshtra, by emphasizing group work and a skill support system, the elements central to feminist pedagogy.
Dr. Lalit Kishore | 05 May 2014
Hindus have asked for including Yoga Room in the plan for $2.4 billion Sydneys second international airport, which was recently approved by Australia government.
Correspondent | 05 May 2014
RTI activist, Chandra Mohan Sharma's charred body was found inside his car last night after passersby informed the police that the vehicle caught fire, a police official said.
Satbir Singh Bedi | 04 May 2014
HARISH DIDO | 04 May 2014