Saturday, January 30, 2010


To add to your body of body knowledge:
Dr. Virend Somers, a cardiologist from the Mayo Clinic who is lead author of the report in the July 29, 2008 issue of the Journal of the American College of Cardiology .
Most heart attacks occur in the day, generally between 6 A.M. and noon, Somers said. Having one during the night, when the heart should be most at rest, means that something unusual happened. Somers and his colleagues have been working for a decade to show that sleep apnea is to blame.
1. If you take an aspirin or a baby aspirin once a day, take it at night. The reason: aspirin has a 24-hour "half-life". therefore, if most heart attacks happen in the wee hours of the morning, the aspirin would be strongest in your system.
2. FYI, aspirin lasts a really long time in your medicine chest....... .......years.
(when it gets old, it smells like vinegar.)

Please read on.
Something that we can do to help ourselves.. Nice to know.
Bayer is making crystal aspirin to dissolve instantly on the tongue. They work much faster than the tablets.
Why keep aspirin by your bedside?
About Heart Attacks - There are other symptoms of an heart attack besides the pain on the left arm.
One must also be aware of an intense pain on the chin, as well as nausea and lots of sweating, however these symptoms may also occur less frequently.
Note: There may be NO pain in the chest during a heart attack.
The majority of people (about 60%) who had a heart attack during their sleep, did not wake up. However, if it occurs, the chest pain may wake you up from your deep sleep.
If that happens, immediately dissolve two aspirins in your mouth and swallow them with a bit of water.
Phone a neighbor or a family member who lives very close by
 -say"heart attack!"
 -say that you have taken 2 aspirins.
 - take a seat on a chair or sofa near the front door, and wait for their arrival and...

~DO NOT lie down~
A Cardiologist has stated that, if each person, after receiving this e-mail, sends it to 10 people, probably one life can be saved!
I have already shared the information- - What about you?
Do forward this message; it may save lives!

Thursday, January 28, 2010

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Saturday, January 23, 2010

Trains in India - Useful Info

The inevitable truth of Life is everyone whom you love is going to hurt you sooner or later. The vital decision we need to make is which amongst the two is worth keeping - the "PAIN" or the "PERSON"

Sunday, January 17, 2010

Haiti Earthquack Pics (Gruesome)

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See if we can also do something about it....





Haiti earthquake survivors blockade roads with piles of corpses in protest at lack of aid


By Liz Hazelton
Last updated at 9:56 AM on 15th January 2010



  • Hundreds of criminals on the streets after prison collapses
  • 7,000 corpses are dumped in Haiti's first mass grave
  • Aid workers pour on to island as emergency fund launched
  • Fears for British woman Ann Barnes who worked in collapsed building
  • Britain pledges £10m in aid as Brown describes 'tragedy beyond imagination'

Desperate Haitians have set up roadblocks with corpses in Port-au-Prince to protest at the delay in emergency aid reaching them after the devastating earthquake.

Thousands of injured people spent a third night twisted in pain, lying on pavements waiting for help as their despair turned to anger.

'We've been out here waiting for three days and three nights but nothing has been done for us, not even a word of encouragement from the president,' said Pierre Jackson, nursing his mother and sister who lay whimpering with crushed legs.

'What should we do?'

Bodies fill the front yard of the morgue in Port-au-Prince. Angry survivors have started using corpses as road blocksHaiti earthquake

Despair: Shocked crowds throng the ruined streets, many homeless, many simply afraid to go into any building

An aerial view shows a ruined cathedral after Tuesday's earthquake. Troops and planeloads of food and medicine streamed into Haiti to aid a traumatised nation

Desperate Haitians blocked streets with corpses in one part of Port-au-Prince to demand quicker relief efforts following Tuesday's catastrophic quake, which flattened buildings and killed tens of thousands, leaving countless others homeless.

Bodies lay all around the hilly city, and people covered their noses with cloth to block the stench of death.

Corpses were piled on pickup trucks and delivered to the General Hospital in Port-au-Prince, where hospital director Guy LaRoche estimated the bodies piled outside the morgue numbered 1,500.



The first British search and rescue workers to enter earthquake-ravaged Haiti were beginning to scour the rubble for survivors today as logistical problems continued to hamper the massive international relief effort.

Supplies and aid workers - including 64 search and rescue staff from UK fire services - were held up yesterday as Port-au-Prince' s airport struggled to handle the influx of flights.


Survivors gathered around bodies in Haiti's capital Port-au-Prince photographed during a joint Red Cross Red Crescent/ECHO (European Community Humanitarian Organization) aerial assessment mission

Thousands of homeless people have set up tent cities as they wait for aid to arrive

People gather around a petrol pump seeking fuel. Petrol shortage is causing long queues and angry customersEnlarge  

Shanty towns on the outskirts of the Haitian capital were flattened by the earthquake - the worst to strike the island nation in 200 years

More than 48 hours after disaster struck, masses of people demanded food and water, as well as help in digging out relatives still missing under the rubble.

Shaul Schwarz, a photographer for TIME magazine, said he saw at least two roadblocks formed with bodies of earthquake victims and rocks.

'They are starting to block the roads with bodies. It's getting ugly out there. People are fed up with getting no help,' he said.

Angry survivors staged the protest as international aid committed by 30 countries began arriving in Port-au-Prince in dozens of planes that clogged the city's small airport.

The Haitian Red Cross said it believed 45,000 to 50,000 people had died and 3 million more - one third of Haiti's population - were injured or left homeless by the major 7.0 magnitude quake that hit its impoverished capital on Tuesday.

'We have already buried 7,000 in a mass grave,' President Rene Preval said.

The Haitian Red Cross said it had run out of body bags.


James Girly, 64, of the US is brought out of a destroyed building of the Montana Hotel where he was trapped for 50 hours in Port-au-Prince

Richard Santos, 47, of Washington, DC, speaks to a journalist in Port-au-Prince as he is attended to by a French military rescuer from the Securite Civile after being brought out of the Montana Hotel. French rescuers pulled seven Americans and one Haitian survivor


Doctors in Haiti, the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere, were ill-equipped to treat the injured.

Relief workers warned that many more people will die if the injured, many with broken bones and serious loss of blood, do not get first aid in the next day or so.

'The next 24 hours will be critical,' said U.S. Coast Guard officer Paul Cormier, 54, a qualified emergency worker who has triaged 300 people since Tuesday.

Planes full of supplies and search and rescue equipment began to arrive at Port-au-Prince airport on Thursday faster than ground crews could unload them, jamming the limited ramp space and forcing arriving aircraft to circle for up to two hours before landing.

U.S. President Barack Obama pledged an initial $100 million for Haiti quake relief on Thursday and enlisted former U.S. presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush to help raise more, vowing to the Haitian people: 'You will not be forsaken.'

The United States was sending 3,500 soldiers, 300 medical personnel, several ships and 2,200 Marines to Haiti.


An injured man in a wheelchair looks at the collapsed Haitian Governmental taxation building

A Spanish rescuer carries two-year-old Redjeson Hausteen after he was rescued from a collapsed home


Gladys Loiuis Jeune is pulled alive from the rubble of her home in Port-au-Prince nearly 43 hours after Tuesday's earthquake

The U.S. Navy said its nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson will arrive on Friday to serve as a 'floating airport' for relief operations by its 19 helicopters.

The United States pledged long-term help for the crippled Haitian government. The presidential palace, the parliament, the cathedral and many government buildings collapsed.

The main prison also fell, allowing dangerous criminals to escape.

Nations around the world pitched in to send rescue teams with search dogs and heavy equipment, helicopters, tents, water purification units, food, doctors and telecoms teams.

But aid distribution was hampered because roads were blocked by rubble and smashed cars and normal communications were cut off.

Relief agencies' offices were damaged and their staff dead or missing. The port was too badly damaged to handle cargo.

Many hospitals were too battered to use, and doctors struggled to treat crushed limbs, head wounds and broken bones at makeshift facilities where medical supplies were scarce.

Sarlah Chand ,65, smiles as search and rescue workers tend to her after they rescued her from under the rubble of what is left of the Hotel Montana more than 50 hours after the massive earthquake

Ppolice officers from the Philippines search for colleagues who may be trapped in the rubble of the UN Police Headquarters in Port-au-Prince

Makeshift tents were strung everywhere and Haitians at one informal camp approached journalists shouting 'water, water.'

'Please do anything you can. These people have no water, no food, no medicine, nobody is helping us,' said Valery Louis, who organised one of the camps.

Haitians clawed at chunks of concrete with bare hands and hammers, trying to free those buried alive.

From time to time, aftershocks shook the city, sending panicked people running away from buildings.

A 35-year-old Estonian, Tarmo Joveer, was freed from the rubble of the United Nations' five-story headquarters early Thursday, and told journalists he was fine.

The U.N. said at least 36 members of its 9,000-strong peacekeeping mission had been killed and scores remained missing.

Brazil said 14 of its soldiers were among the dead.

Fourteen people were pulled alive on Thursday from the landmark Montana Hotel, which was largely flattened.

Chilean Army Major Rodrigo Vazquez, who was directing the rescue, said: 'We estimate 70 more inside. This is devastating. '


Google have also released satellite images of the devastation caused in Haiti, after being asked by relief organisations and users to provide up to date images of the country.

The pictures show the amount of damage caused to building in the Port-au-Prince, as well as thedestruction caused to the national palace.


Destruction port au prince

Before (left) and after satellite images released by Google Maps and GeoEye after the earthquake

Palace pre


Satellite images show the damage caused to a large section of the National Palace in the 7.0 quake

In a blog post, Dylan Lorimer and Jessica Pfund of the Google Map Maker team wrote: 'We hope that Google Map Maker can also play a role in disaster relief efforts.

'Today, we have made this Map Maker data for Haiti available to the UN in its raw form for the earthquake relief efforts.'



These before and after pictures of the Sylvio Cator Stadium in Haiti show the earthquake has destroyed part of the building and left the ground strewn with debris

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Thursday, January 14, 2010

Check your traits thru ur blood grp


Blood group check out your traits!! 






In a nutshell

Cannot stand people who hide the truth

Pessimistic and too sensitive

Cannot take orders easily

Romantic and sentimental

Basic Behavior

Make objectives clear

Careful about decision-making

Make decisions fast

Extremely practical

Possess great deal of confidence

Make things clear in black and white

Can be flexible

Excellent in analyses

Honest, optimistic and energetic

Care too much about social rules and standards

Do not care about rules

Give fair criticisms

Respect scientific and practical findings

Cannot decide when it comes to important issues


Strength and endurance depend on their aim

High tolerance for physical or repetitive work

Maintain the longest interest in what they do

Try to be hard-working

Give up easily if they find the job meaningless

Cannot take changes easily

Seem impatient

Tend to be impatient

Lose interest in a hobby easily

Dislike repetitious work

How do they see their future and past?

Positive about the past, thus do not regret about the past

Try hard to forget the past

Hard to forget recent affairs, but able to forget past and memories

Sentimental about the past

Seek financial stability for the future

Pessimistic about the future

More concern about the immediate problems than anything else

How do they express their emotions?

Usually stable and calm

Able to display cool outlook even though angry



Sensitive towards sincerity


Cool and objective

Usually cool and steady, but can get upset with an immediate, unsolved problem

Give frank, direct opinions

Take longer to heal a broken heart

Although joke a lot, could actually be very shy

Can get moody easily

Sensitive to others' opinions

Change moods like the weather

Cannot stop complaining when they are upset

How do they work?

Ability to concentrate vary from time to time, depending on aim


Creative and possess new ideas

Able to handle a wide scope of jobs

Mostly prefer to lead

Handle one thing at a time

Cannot differentiate between work and hobby

Value hard work

Can overlook details

Work a line between work and personal affairs

Cannot take orders

Quick in understanding

Highly responsible

Do not hesitate to introduce innovative changes and are not worried about theirs criticisms

Not highly responsible and unable to follow-up on a project until its completion

Tend to choose hobbies which help them release stress

Tend to be artistic in approach

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Sunday, January 10, 2010

Fwd: What is Miscommunication??

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Awesome Answers

can't comment on the authenticity, but certainly a good TP..time pass. Sent by my friend jigar.

Q. How can you drop a raw egg onto a concrete floor without cracking it?
A. Concrete floors are very hard to crack! (UPSC Topper)

Q. If it took eight men ten hours to build a wall, how long would it take
four men to build it?
A. No time at all it is already built. (UPSC 23rd Rank Opted for IFS)

Q. If you had three apples and four oranges in one hand and four apples and
three oranges in the other hand, what would you have?
A. Very large hands. (Good one) (UPSC 11 Rank Opted for IPS)

Q. How can you lift an elephant with one hand?
A. you will never find an elephant with one hand. (UPSC Rank 14 Opted for

Q. How can a man go eight days without sleep?
A. No Probs, He sleeps at night. (UPSC IAS Rank 98)

Q. If you throw a red stone into the blue sea what it will become?
A. It will Wet or Sink as simple as that.. (UPSC IAS Rank 2)

Q. What looks like half apple ?
A: The other half. (UPSC - IAS Topper )

Q. What can you never eat for breakfast?
A: Dinner.

Q. Bay of Bengal is in which state?
A: Liquid (UPSC 33 Rank)

Interviewer said "I shall either ask you ten easy questions or one really
difficult question. Think well before you make up your mind!" The boy
thought for a while and said, "my choice is one really difficult question."
"Well, good luck to you, you have made your own choice! Now tell me this.
"What comes first, Day or Night?"
The boy was jolted into reality as his admission depends on the correctness
of his answer, but he thought for a while and said, "It's the DAY sir!"
"How" the interviewer asked.
"Sorry sir, you promised me that you will not ask me a SECOND difficult
He was selected for IIM!

This is a famous paper written for an Oxford philosophy exam, normally
requiring an 8 page essay answer and expected to be backed up with source
material, quotes and analytical reasoning. This guy wrote the below answer
and topped the exam!

Question: What is courage? (50 Marks)
Answer: This is courage

Technical Skill is the mastery of complexity, while Creativity is the master of presence of mind.


Saturday, January 9, 2010


Have a great new  year 2010 ! May all your dreams come true this year


10 must to things this year  


  1.  Stay out of trouble.   


2.  Aim for greater heights. 


3.  Stay focused on your job.


 4.  Exercise to maintain good health.

 5.  Practice team work.

6.  Rely on your trusted partner to watch your back.  Take your time trusting others.


 7.  Save for rainy days.


 8.  Rest and relax .


 9.  Always take time to smile.



 10.  Realize that nothing is impossible.