Reality Of Sanjay Dutt And The Diabolical And Pathetic Lies Being Shown In Sanju Movie!


Hindus and Bombayites, NEVER forget. Indeed, your darling Sanjay Dutt got off lightly. READ & learn & comment:
Vivek Kangokar
There is a dialogue in Gangs of wasseypur (ab tak iss desh mein saneema hai, tab tak log chutiye bante rahenge) this is true bcos of Sanju and hirani said bullshit story and we are believing that. Real story of Sanju in the second half and sorry for the long story must read

Just how diabolical, read here. 71 AKs, 500 grenades, 3.5 tonne RDX were hidden in “safe” places for when ‘riots started’ after serial blasts. Just that Bombay saved India, and failed ISI.
You remember the mayhem just 10 AK rifles caused in Mumbai on 26 November 2008. But do you also remember how many AK rifles were recovered in Mumbai following the serial blasts of 1993? We aren’t even counting the one found with Sanjay Dutt and destroyed by his “friend” Kersi Adjania in his foundry. Adjania, by the way, spent two years in jail in his mid-eighties for destruction of evidence.
Okay, you Googled. Yes, it was 71 AK rifles. What havoc would 71 have wreaked in 1993? Mind you, that in 1993, Mumbai (then Bombay) Police didn’t have a single AK, or any other assault rifle.

Second, do you recall how much RDX was recovered in Mumbai following those blasts? It was 3.5 tonne. Employed well, as you’d trust ISI-trained terrorists to do, this is enough to blow up every high rise in South Bombay, or Bandra-Kurla Complex, India’s financial capital.
Third, how many grenades were recovered? It was a full 500. Nobody in Bombay Police had ever seen a grenade go off.
Fourth, would you know why Bombay Police officers called ISI’s first operation outside Kashmir and Punjab a failure even though it killed 257 persons in the blasts?
To understand the plot, first sequence three sets of events.
The first round of riots broke out on 6 December, 1992, as the Babri Masjid fell in Ayodhya. Angry Muslims hit the streets first, but were quickly overwhelmed by Shiv Sainiks, and the rest by an openly partisan Bombay Police. By the third week of December, uneasy calm returned.
The second round began in the first week of January. A few significant things had happened in the interim.
* A large consignment of arms, ammunition and RDX landed at a place called Dighi on the Konkan coast in the first week of January.
* In the run-up to the second round of riots, the police discovered an intriguing pattern.
Bodies of very poor, Hindu, mathadi (head-load) workers from the Maharashtra hinterland were being found early mornings on pavements where they slept, slit at the throat with a small knife, as if in ritualistic jibah style. These were mostly found around Dongri, a communally sensitive area. The conjecture was: Someone was trying to provoke a second round of riots.

That plot succeeded and Bombay burnt again. This time, it was even more one-sided against Muslims.
* Please note that armaments were being delivered at Dighi at the same time and were to be distributed in “sensitive” areas. Dutt got his consignment, for example, on 16 January, when the second round of riots was ebbing. So the weapons coming in from Pakistan and distributed to sensitive places for safe-keeping were not for “self-defence” during those riots. The riots had, by now, ended.
The second consignment landed at Shekhadi in the first week of February. There was peace in Bombay from mid-January.

The serial bombings happened on 12 March, five weeks after the second landing at Shekhadi.
The plot to burn all of India
Focus harder on these dates and events.
The mathadis, who are a large, poor but well-knit population, were killed ritually in sensitive areas to provoke fresh riots. Since the Sainiks were now prepared and reinforced by a partisan police, this created greater justification for bombings (by Muslims) in retaliation. These also inspired, for the ISI masterminds, what the Supreme Court later described as the foot-soldiers within the furious and insecure local Muslim population.
It was after this second round of much more one-sided riots that the bombings were planned and weapons pre-stocked in sensitive localities. The plot was simple: The bombings will again unleash killer Hindu hordes, escorted by police. And they will be greeted by AKs and grenades, leading to mayhem India could never imagine. With a few hundred, even thousands butchered by AKs and grenades in Bombay, the fires will spread all over India.
After the Supreme Court order in March 2013, to refresh my memory, I read up our April 1993 stories, and also spoke again to some of the key figures in that investigation.
M.N. Singh, who led the investigation as joint commissioner (crime) then, and who you often see as a sensible TV talking head, recalls what a horror Bombay had saved itself by not coming up to the ISI’s expectations of reviving the cycle of reprisals. While investigating the conspiracy as a reporter in 1993 I had met Singh in his police housing cooperative apartment on Worli Sea Face, and first heard the story of the mathadis with throats slit. One of my key colleagues was sceptical then. So I checked again with Singh’s then boss and Maharashtra DGP, S. Ramamurthy, whom I had known as an Intelligence Bureau veteran. He was more familiar with the methods of the ISI and vouched for the story.
From 1993 to 2008 – the same ISI playbook for Mumbai
And how did his police crack the case within two days?
Alongside the blasts, one band of gangsters had been driving to the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) headquarters at Victoria Terminus in a car loaded with AKs and grenades. It was just their luck that the Century Bazar bomb, the biggest of all, went off while they were still crossing Worli. They fled in panic, abandoning the car. This car was found, along with 7 AK rifles and grenades. The police traced its registration to the Memon (Tiger and Yakub) family. The case had been cracked.
And why was the car headed for the BMC headquarters?
Singh tells me the terrorists were headed there to break in to kill as many corporators (many of them from the Sena) as possible. This, eight years before the Parliament attack and 15 years before 26/11. See the common ISI playbook with all three?
The blasts, the massacre of corporators, and then the largescale killings of Hindu reprisal-seekers and policemen, with AKs and grenades already positioned. You get the picture?
Singh has one regret even today. “Arms were delivered to Sanjay Dutt on 16 January. Instead of concealing them, if he had only told his patriotic father, who in turn would have surely informed us, we would have prevented the bombings and saved so many lives.”
You also understand now why Singh and his many colleagues see the bombings of 1993 as an essentially failed operation. It killed many people, but failed in its strategic objective of setting India on fire. I also called Ramamurthy again in 2013. He lives in the same modest (for a former state police chief) personal apartment in the narrow Sohrab Bharucha Road (off Colaba Causeway) where I had met him in late March 1993. The old cop only said: “See, this Bombay Police, good, bad, ugly, whatever you call it, it has cracked every single case of terror attacks so fast. Something works for it.”
Not only was it the ISI’s first major operation in mainland India, it was also the most audacious to date. Much more ambitious than even 26/11. So ambitious and audacious, in fact, that they risked their most important asset in India, Dawood Ibrahim, and his underworld army. The ISI would have known that irrespective of how this ended, they would have to evacuate the whole lot, and find them safe harbour in their own country. Now you know why they pamper and protect Dawood and the Memons the way they do. They were key to their most sinister and brutal conspiracy in India to date. Also, they knew simply too much.
ISI has since been obsessed with targeting Mumbai. In the many rounds of bombings since then, including 26/11, there’s a common pattern: Multiple bombings or attacks, but hit one key point in South Mumbai first, get the government distracted thus, and then have trouble radiate outwards. Even in 26/11, a bomb was left in a taxi timed to go off after a while to cause confusion in an entirely different area. What this tells you is that except the instruments and methods, the ‘masterminds’ work on the same formula for 25 years.
The most dangerous and diabolical of the many lies and half-truths Sanju tells you is that bombings were carried out by Tiger Memon because his office had been burnt in the riots. It is a criminal rewriting of history. The Memons might have had their own grievances but here they were Dawood’s pawns. Who, in turn, was an ISI kingpin.
Dutt was but a bit player in this. His home was a safe place to keep weapons. It could be that he was a gullible man-child, fearful for his family. Never mind also that his father already had three licensed weapons. We have no evidence to doubt his intentions. But that question from M.N. Singh remains: If only he had told his father.
When a Rajkumar Hirani-Vidhu Vinod Chopra film begins by thanking Raj Thackeray, abusing journalists
History, not cinema, definitely not of the cutesy, comedic, hagiographic genre, determines whether Dutt was a victim of the ‘system’ and media, or a beneficiary. It is correct that the TADA trial court acquitted him of terror charges. But it is curious that the CBI chose not to appeal this in the higher court. Do any other terror accused get such benevolence? Never, unless the ‘system’ and the media conspire to help, not target him. His late, Congress minister and MP father begged before everybody for help, even Balasaheb Thackeray.
Stars or star-makers do not send anybody thank-you cards. Nobody sends them to journalists anyway. But to blame journalists for Dutt’s travails is shockingly and arrogantly dishonest.
Reflect now on the state of Indian cinema, on the quality of our popular culture. This was a movie made by two of our most talented and successful filmmakers, Vidhu Vinod Chopra and Rajkumar Hirani. It begins by thanking Raj Thackeray in the opening credits. And it ends with Sanjay Dutt (the real one, not Ranbir Kapoor’s Sanju) addressing all journalists with “teri ma ki…”
I presume we are supposed to find it endearing.
This isn’t just a most dishonest Sanjay Dutt biopic as at least one brave critic, Anna Vetticad, called it. It’s a funnily dark, endoscopic peek into the entrails of Bollywood, and shows you exactly what’s rotten there.

True Story of Valor!


आज विश्व मिलिट्री दिवस भी हैं, और आज के दिन कुछ अतुलित शौर्य और वीरता की गाथाओं का वर्णन करना और होना बनता हैं ।

बारापिण्डी की जंग या बसान्तर की जंग 1971 के युद्ध मे लोंगेवाला से कम निर्णायक नही था । पाकिस्तान हर बार की तरह प्लान उम्दा बनाया था पर उसको क्रियान्वयन के लिए लगने वाली योग्यता जोल्हा थी । खैर पाकिस्तान ने जब कश्मीर को भारत से काटने के लिए शकरगढ़ सेक्टर पे हमला किया तो भारत ने बसान्तर नदी पे कामचलाऊ पुल बना कर पाकिस्तान में मोर्चा खोल दिया । पाकिस्तान अपनी ज़मीन पे पैदल सेना के 5 डिवीज़न सहित युद्ध मे था, भारत कुछ 3 डिवीज़न के साथ पर किया था । 1 डिवीज़न में 10 से 20 हज़ार जवान होते हैं । खैर सोलहवीं armoured ब्रिगेड नेतृत्व में आगे थी । कुछ 3 भारतीय टैंक थे जिनका सामना 14 पाकिस्तानी टैंक उन्नत शेरमन टैंक्स से हुआ । 3 के सामने 14 का अर्थ हुआ कि पटक के पाकिस्तान लेलेगा 3 भारतीय टैंक्स की । लेकिन 2 घंटे में 11 का सामना 3 कर रहे थे, अगले 1 घंटे में 4 और जा चुके थे कि पहले भारतीय टैंक की गन खराब हुई । अब रेशियो 7 के बदले 2 थे । अभी भी कोई साधारण बुद्धि बोलेगी की 7 टैंक्स से 2 टैंक्स तो ऐसे खत्म हो जाएंगे । अगले 1डेढ़ घंटे में 3 जोल्हा टैंक और गए, की दूसरा भारतीय टैंक आग पकड़ गया । अब अंतिम टैंक था जिसके कमांडर थे 21 वर्षीय सेकंड लेफ्टिनेंट अरुण खेत्रपाल ।

और कुछ देर में रेशियो 2: 1 का था कि उसको 1:1 में बदलते समय, अरुण खेत्रपाल का टैंक हिट पा गया । टैंक की मुख्य तोप छोड़ कर बाकी टैंक जल रहा था । अरुण खेत्रपाल को आदेश मिला कि वे टैंक को छोड़े और निकले, पाकिस्तान को मतलब भर का सबक सिखाया जा चुका हैं । आखरी टैंक कुछ मीटर की दूरी पे था और खेत्रपाल ने ये जानते हुए भी फायर किया कि रिकॉइल में उनका टैंक भी क्षतिग्रस्त हो सकता हैं । हुआ भी वही, सेकंड लेफ्टिनेंट अरुण खेत्रपाल वीरगति को प्राप्त हुए और सबसे कम उम्र के परमवीर चक्र विजेता बने ।

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Petrol Price Rise: Modi HATERS do NOT Mislead the Nation!!


Courtesy : An Oil Industry Expert

Under UPA, when crude oil prices averaged $132 per barrel in July 2008 (it was during that month Brent reached a historic high of $147/b) petrol price was just Rs. 50.62 per litre. Today when oil price is around $80/b, petrol price has reached a high of Rs. 76.57 per litre in Delhi. On the surface it looks like Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been citizen unfriendly. NO.

Natural for anyone to think that when international prices have fallen (by $52/b, 2008 versus 2018), petrol prices in India should also fall. But it has not. It is this simplistic, non-expert thinking which must have impelled or provoked the former Finance Minister P. Chidambaram to tweet that Modi can easily cut petrol price by Rs. 25. However, when we analyse the factors behind the petrol price movement, one will wonder how a responsible leader can mislead the country. It is shocking.

NDA was lucky that soon after it came to power oil prices fell. It wisely decided not to pass on all the benefits to consumers. It increased excise taxes on petrol in small doses from Rs. 9.48 per litre to current rate of Rs. 19.48 per litre and for diesel it was from Rs. 3.56 per litre to 15.33 per litre.

Chidambaram must be aware that under his government policy the public sector oil companies (Indian Oil, Bharat Petroleum and Hindustan Petroleum) were bleeding. He must also be knowing that their irrational pricing policies forced private sector oil companies like Reliance, Essar and Shell to close down their thousands of stations. Their stations were far more efficient than the ones operated by the public sector giants. In addition, the so-called “under recoveries” (in simple term losses) by the public sector companies were reaching stratosphere. In 2012-13 under recoveries of public sector oil companies was mind-boggling Rs. 1.6 trillion.

Here is one more reason to convince critics of Modi that NDA’s policy was far more progressive than the populist policy of UPA. While NDA succeeded in collecting additional revenues of Rs. 4.4 trillions during its four- year rule, UPA incurred a loss of Rs. 4.3 trillions by selling petrol and diesel below cost between 2005-06 and 2014-15. Who are the real beneficiaries of different policies of NDA and UPA?

UPA’s munificence (selling fuels below cost) mostly helped the middle class and the rich. It also increased fiscal deficit resulting in higher inflation which harmed the poor. NDA’s policy of not passing the benefits of lower crude oil price (by imposing additional excise taxes) helped them to finance various welfare measures, reduce fiscal deficit and check the inflation.

I am sure the former Finance Minister must be fully aware of these facts. As suggested by Chidambaram, NDA can reduce excise taxes by Rs. 10 and revert to the level of UPA. But as a consequence what will happen to fiscal deficit? Where will Modi find the additional Rs. 15 to cut? Is he expecting Modi to force oil companies to lose (as happened when he was the Finance Minister) or ask States to reduce their VAT or act as a magician?

Note: Dr. Bhamy V. Shenoy, an IITM graduate, has over 50 years of experience in international oil industry having worked for Conoco in US, and Europe. He was on the board of Georgian National Oil company, Advisor to former Soviet Union countries of Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan and Georgia and also advised Ghanian Government, Pemex in Mexico, Pertamina in Indonesia, etc. In India, he served as a member of Advisory Committee to Chairman of ONGC.

He was senior advisor to Centre for Energy Economics at University of Texas.

Why choose NaMo for the Prime Minister Job?


The end of February 2014 saw the release of another round of disappointing figures on India’s economy.  In the final quarter of 2013, India’s economy grew by 4.7 percent, the fifth consecutive quarter of sub-5 percent growth. The  4.7percent growth rate is far below the 8 percent growth rate that is needed to combat the country’s chronic development challenges.

As India heads towards a landmark election, there is certainly a need to change the  government  as the Congress led UPA’s  dire economic performance has casted a long shadow on people of the country.

The incumbent UPA government, a coalition of left-leaning parties, has long championed an “inclusive” growth model. But its failure to ensure that the benefits of growth have “trickled down” to the poor is well established. When adjusted for variations in the cost of living, 32.7 percent of India’s population live below the international extreme poverty line of $1.25 per day. India is home to a third of the world’s poor and on a host of  other social and development indicators it continues to slip further and further behind other developing countries.

According to figures compiled by the World Bank and McKinsey, since the 1980s India has only lifted 35 million people out of extreme poverty. In China the figure is 678 million. India’s poor poverty-reduction rate is matched by rapid increases in income inequality. In January India’s Business Standard reported income inequality in urban areas across a third of India’s states reached its highest point in 2011-12 since 1973-74.

The widening gap in income levels in urban areas is the product of a number of factors: continued rural-to-urban migration, a contracting industrial sector and a growing under-skilled labor force. India is urbanizing rapidly, with the urban population set to increase from 27.8 percent in 2011 to 38 percent by 2025. The country’s shrinking manufacturing sector has not been able to absorb this migrant labor force, exacerbating the problems of urban unemployment, slum expansion and widening income inequality. These challenges have had a long gestation, and persistent policy neglect is to blame.  It is clear that the Congress led UPA government at the centre continues to be evasive in addressing the legitimate needs of a fast growing urban India.

Manufacturing has the potential to be an engine of growth and development. But owing to bad policies of the Congress led UPA,Indian industry has become the country’s economic “Achilles’ heel.”The country’s manufacturing sector continues to be hobbled by poor electrification, a shortage of skilled workers and inflexible labour laws .

Improving public services, reforming labor regulations and boosting infrastructure are three things which are central to India’s effort to tackle poverty, boost employment and revive industry.

Until then India is witnessing the curious phenomenon of “reverse migration”: due to the lack of manufacturing jobs, 12 million people are set to return to rural areas from cities by 2019. These estimates, produced by Crisil, an Indian research institute, also show that the rate of job creation across both industry and agriculture is declining.

India is famously enjoying a demographic divided: it has a growing population with millions more entering the labor force each year than are leaving it. With a median age of 26 and with almost two-thirds of the population under 35, India is well placed to compete with the aging populations of its Asian economic rivals China and Japan. But India’s vast stock of labour is being squandered by a shortage of jobs, a stumbling manufacturing sector and desperate skill deficits – challenges with serious implications for urban India.

The present government has failed to meet the challenges mentioned above during the last 10 years. It is time to usher in a new era of new economic reforms under the leadership of a visionary leader like Sh. NarendraModi. So let us vote for better economic policies this time, let us vote for BJP, let us endorse Sh. NarendraModi’s candidature for Prime Ministership.

Biggest Challenge To Real Estate Comes From China!


Every Tom, Dick and Harry had only one opinion about real estate 2 years back. It has nowhere to go except up. I spoke to many people and gave them all my 2 cents but they all dismissed me at that time and started giving me lessons in investing. I am no guru i say what i see and what i feel.

Real estate is not God it is not something which can never go down. It is an asset class and like any other asset class has risks involved in it.

The biggest risk and challenge in real estate in India comes from China. As everyone knows that America is under huge debt from China viz about $11 trillion and everyone including China knows that American Government will never repay the debt.

The Chinese have a huge bundle of US Dollars in there reserves. So much so that even American Government does not have that many.

The time is not far away when Chinese people will start selling the USD aggressively and will make the US currency go tumbling down. Once that happens the INR will be so down as well that no one in the country will have a job or money to even pay for food, let alone invest black money in real estate.

This will happen pretty soon and will take everyone  by surprise. When this does happen the first market to crash will be the Equity market. The next one will be real estate.

The equity market will survive just because of liquidity in it, but real estate and people involved in real estate will most likely be most burnt out because of sheer lack of liquidity in the sector.

No liquidity and still people say real estate has nowhere to go but up.


Commercial Property in Punjab is exorbitantly priced!


I wanted to see what the reaction of people will be when i ask them about the exorbitant pricing and logic behind the real estate. So i went to market and looked for a few properties. The pricing was so exorbitant that it simply blew my mind of.

In Rajguru Nagar, Ludhiana in an area where market is 80% unoccupied and has virtually has no customers coming in. The price of a 10×10 (100 sq. Feet) SCO is wait for it INR Rs. 50,00,000/- yes that is right 50 Lakh for a 100 sq. feet shop in an area where 80% shops are closed and only owned for resale and where there is no customer in realty.

Now if i am serious about starting a business and wanted to start a shop in this area. I will have to Shell out a 50 Lakh for shop another 10 Lakh for furnishing and another 50 Lakh for product building. Total comes to 1.1 Crore. I shell out 1.1 Crore to start a business in an area which has 80% unoccupancy and no customers.

Logically thinking I will never get back the 1.1 crore ever because there will virtually be no sales.

But when you speak to “Real Estate Gurus” they say so what just buy the shop and sell it for 1 crore in 4 years why start a business and even if you want to start a business your shop value will rise.

My question are you certain it will rise? What makes you so sure about it? In a market which has 80% unoccupancy for last 12 years what makes you think the prices will double again like it did in last 5 years of “Price Rigging” in next 4 years as well?

This is not something artificial i an writing, you do not believe me you can go check the pricing on street and ask to buy a shop there.

Now i wanted to see if prices are negotiable? No they are not. We will keep holding onto inventory and loose all interest income but not sell the shop for 1 lakh less.

Kudos for making it almost impossible for anyone to start a business and generate Jobs in a state which is dying financially for your greed by using “Price Rigging”.

Why Real Estate in Punjab is poised for a huge fall in near term?


I have always been an ardent believer of a saying in investing which is never to put all your eggs in one basket. With that in mind, i never invested too much into one asset which actually saved me from 2008 market crash and i came out with only a marginal loss. Now about my views on real estate. I do not claim to be any expert or anything in any financial savings or investments i just share what I believe.

Up until 2010 real estate market in Punjab looked really attractive and was one of the best place to park your money.

The prices were rising sharply and all and everyone was enjoying to their fullest in the mean time Beheading the real business and industry which is the backbone of Jobs and backbone of “Real Growth”. Can any state or country have real GDP growth based solely on the rising real estate prices. I know GDP has real estate in factor in it as well but I stated “Real”.

So much so that in Ludhiana bigger firms like Eastman started investing and selling real estate rather then focusing on their core business which has started to plummet now. Eastman’s core business is actually in ruins now because of excessive leverage on real estate that they took viz. a viz. Janpath Housing Society.

Uptil 2011 they sold good amount of real estate at Exorbitant prices to many gullible investors who bought into it thinking it will rise like it did from 2002 to 2011. But since last 2 years things are not rising but stagnant.

So everyone has a logic that they are stagnant for now but will start rising in near term. Remember one thing past indicators are never the logic for rise in any asset’s future pricing. I explained the plight of the industry and regular business in Punjab in previous example of Eastman. Same is the case with many more industry as well.

Almost 50% industry is running low on cash and is on the brink of closure. Rest of the industry is thinking to shift outside Punjab since govt. policies are really not that business friendly.

Now question to all investors who think property in Punjab will start rising soon. When industry dies or comes to a halt which will happen in next 7-10 years where will jobs come from? Where will money come from for people to buy their homes?

Does that not let a logical person question Why invest in real estate when jobs will die pretty soon?

This is just start of my series on why real estate is poised for 30-50% correction in coming 4 years.

Please stay Tuned for more updates from my side.

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A real and funny essay by a student in IAS exam

This is the essay on "Cow" which was (supposedly) written by some student 
in the course of completing the "Indian Civil Services Examination" :-) 

I bet you will enjoy this.


PS : There are no typos in this essay. Everything is legal and as it was
     written in the exam.If you develop cramps reading this or find your
     English gone haywire after reading this, please dont blame me :-) 


CALCUTTA's Telegraph has got hold of an answer paper of a candidate at the
recent UPSC examinations. The candidate has written an essay on the Indian

"The cow is a successful animal. Also he is quadrupud, and because he is 
female, he give milk,but will do so when he is got child.He is same like
God,sacred to Hindus and useful to man.But he has got four legs together.
Two are forward and two are afterwards.

"His whole body can be utilised for use. More so the milk. What can it do?
Various ghee, butter,cream, curd, why and the condensed milk and so forth.
Also he is useful to cobbler, watermans and mankind generally.

"His motion is slow only because he is of asitudinious species.  Also his
other motion is much useful to trees, plants as well as making flat cakes in
hand and drying in the sun. Cow is the only animal that extricates his feeding
after eating.  Then afterwards she chew with his teeth whom are situated in
the inside of the mouth.  He is incessantly in the meadows in the grass.

"His only attacking and defending organ is the horn, specially so when he is 
got child.  This is done by knowing his head whereby he causes the weapons
to be paralleled to the ground of the earth and instantly proceed with great 
velocity forwards.

"He has got tails also, but not like similar animals.  It has hairs on the
other end of the other side.  This is done to frighten away the flies which
alight on his cohoa body whereupon he gives hit with it.

The palms of his feet are soft unto the touch.  So the grasses head is not
crushed.  At night time have poses by looking down on the ground and he shouts
his eyes like his relatives, the horse does not do so.

"This is the cow."

P.S.: We are informed that the candidate passed the exam.

25 Ultimate Tips For Better Life You Should Follow



1. Take a 10-30 minute walk every day. & while you walk, SMILE.
It is the ultimate antidepressant.

2. Sit in silence for at least 10 minutes each day.

3. When you wake up in the morning, Pray to ask God’s guidance for your purpose, today.

4. Eat more foods that grow on trees and plants and eat less food
that is manufactured in plants.

5. Drink green tea and plenty of water. Eat blueberries, broccoli,
and almonds.

6. Try to make at least three people smile each day.

7. Don’t waste your precious energy on gossip, energy vampires, issues of the past, negative thoughts or things you cannot control.
Instead invest your energy in the positive present moment.

8. Eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner like a
college kid with a maxed out charge card.

9. Life isn’t fair, but it’s still good.

10. Life is too short to waste time hating anyone. Forgive them for
everything !

11. Don’t take yourself so seriously. No one else does.

12. You don’t have to win every argument. Agree to disagree.

13. Make peace with your past so it won’t spoil the present.

14. Don’t compare your life to others. You have no idea what their journey is all about.

15. No one is in charge of your happiness except you.

16. Frame every so-called disaster with these words: ‘In five years,
will this matter?’

17. Help the needy,Be generous ! Be a ‘Giver’ not a ‘Taker’

18. What other people think of you is none of your business.

19. Time heals everything.

20. However good or bad a situation is, it will change.

21. Your job won’t take care of you when you are sick. Your
friends will. Stay in touch.

22. Envy is a waste of time. You already have all you need.

23. Each night before you go to bed ,Pray to God and Be thankful
for what you’ll accomplish, today !

24. Remember that you are too blessed to be stressed.

25.Share this to everyone on your list to help them lead a happier



Symptoms of Dengue fever are :
• Headache
• Fever
• Exhaustion
• Severe joint and muscle pain
• Swollen glands
• Rashes over the body.
• Patient suffering from Dengue fever may also show sign of bleeding gums, severe pain behind the eyes, and red palms and soles

डेंगू के लक्षण :- तीव्र ज्वर, सर में तेज़ दर्द, आँखों के पीछे दर्द होना, उल्टियाँ लगना, त्वचा का सुखना तथा खून के प्लेटलेट की मात्रा का तेज़ी से कम होना डेंगू के कुछ लक्षण हैं जिनका यदि समय रहते इलाज न किया जाए तो रोगी की मृत्यु भी सकती है l
Pomegranate and black grape juice helps in increasing the blood platelet count to a great extent.

2. Wheatgrass Juice:- Wheatgrass is know to increase Platelet count and increase in HB level, RBC, Total WBC and different WBC count. wheatgrass increases in Platelet count.
3. Papaya Leaf Cure for Dengue Fever
cure for Dengue is papaya leaf. The juice or pulp made from this plant has been found to be quite effective not only in fighting the symptoms of dengue fever, but also in curing it.
How to Prepare Papaya Leaf Juice at Home
(1.) The Juice Method. For this method, it is recommended to extract the juice out of papaya leaves by crushing. After removing the stems and other fibrous parts you should crush the other part, the greener one. You can use a cloth filter or any other type of device to squeeze the juice out. However, remember that the leaves have to be fresh. If you don’t use raw fresh papaya leaves, the outcome might not be that good and the positive effect will be minimized. You need about two leaves for each treatment. Take two tablespoons of juice every six hours, three times a day and you will certainly feel better.
(2.) The Paste Method. You can use a food processor or a grinder to turn the leaves into a paste. However, because it is quite bitter, it is recommended to mix it with some fresh juice. Take four teaspoons twice a day. After three days to one week, you will see the difference.

4. Ghiloy Ghan Wati : Recommend by Swami Ram Dev
You can get this medicine in Swami Ram Dev ‘s store. Take 3 medicnes a day.
Or ….
As per Swami Ramdev’s formula take a foot long branch of Giloy herb (Tinospora cordifolia) and 7 Leaf of Tulsi plant. Mix them together and extract juice of this mixture in a pot. Boil this juice and drink it.
Fig (Angeer) , Apple is also useful and helps in increasing blood.
डेंगू बुखार का इलाज : आजकल डेंगू एक बड़ी समस्या के तौर पर उभरा है, पुरे भारत में ये बड़ी तेजी से बढ़ता ही जा रहा है जिससे कई लोगों की जान जा रही है l यह एक ऐसा वायरल रोग है जिसका माडर्न मेडिकल चिकित्सा पद्धति में कोई इलाज नहीं है परन्तु आयुर्वेद में इसका इलाज है और वो इतना सरल और सस्ता है कि उसे कोई भी कर सकता है l
यदि आपके आस-पास किसी को यह रोग हुआ हो और खून में प्लेटलेट की संख्या कम होती जा रही हो तो चित्र में दिखाई गयी चार चीज़ें रोगी को दें :
१) अनार जूस
२) गेहूं घास रस
३) पपीते के पत्तों का रस
४) गिलोय/अमृता/अमरबेल सत्व

अनार जूस तथा गेहूं घास रस नया खून बनाने तथा रोगी की रोग से लड़ने की शक्ति प्रदान करने के लिए है, अनार जूस आसानी से उपलब्ध है यदि गेहूं घास रस ना मिले तो रोगी को सेब का रस भी दिया जा सकता है l
- पपीते के पत्तों का रस सबसे महत्वपूर्ण है, पपीते का पेड़ आसानी से मिल जाता है उसकी ताज़ी पत्तियों का रस निकाल कर मरीज़ को दिन में २ से ३ बार दें , एक दिन की खुराक के बाद ही प्लेटलेट की संख्या बढ़ने लगेगी l
- गिलोय की बेल का सत्व मरीज़ को दिन में २-३ बार दें, इससे खून में प्लेटलेट की संख्या बढती है, रोग से लड़ने की शक्ति बढती है तथा कई रोगों का नाश होता है l यदि गिलोय की बेल आपको ना मिले तो किसी भी नजदीकी पतंजली चिकित्सालय में जाकर “गिलोय घनवटी” ले आयें जिसकी एक एक गोली रोगी को दिन में 3 बार दें l यदि बुखार १ दिन से ज्यादा रहे तो खून की जांच अवश्य करवा लें l यदि रोगी बार बार उलटी करे तो सेब के रस में थोडा नीम्बू मिला कर रोगी को दें, उल्टियाँ बंद हो जाएंगी l ये रोगी को अंग्रेजी दवाइयां दी जा रही है तब भी यह चीज़ें रोगी को बिना किसी डर के दी जा सकती हैं l
डेंगू जितना जल्दी पकड़ में आये उतना जल्दी उपचार आसान
हो जाता है और रोग जल्दी ख़त्म होता है l