Thursday, September 13, 2012

which food is good for lever

Liver Problems is one of  dangerous disease. Once lever problem diagnosed, diet must be implemented to help optimize liver function and minimize further liver damage.

The most common causes of chronic liver failure:

  • Viruses including hepatitis A, B, and C
  • Long term alcohol consumption
  • Hemochromatosi

These are vegetables helps to re-gain or decrease lever problem:



Carrots and beets


Green leafy vegetables


Thursday, February 2, 2012

Victim s Body Found at KSRTC Bus Stand

Mangalore: Leelavathi of Vamadapadavu had died from consuming organo-phosporous pesticide, informed COD Deputy Super-intendent of Police B G Kav-tikar quoting forensic science Laboratory reports.
Testifying before the Fast Track Court in Cyanide Mohan Kumar case on Thurs-day, he said that t he victim's body was found lying in a KSRTC bus stand in Mysore.
Elaborating on the investigation, he said that the team had gathered evidence to confirm that Mohan Ku¬mar had stayed with Leelavathi at a lodge in Mysore.
The findings were corroborated when Raju, work¬ing as a room boy in the lodge, had identified Leelav¬athi from a photograph shown to him, he said. - The accused after confirming her death, had returned to Vacate the hotel room along with Leelavathy's gold ornaments.
DySP Ramalingappa, an investigating officer in COD,

Said Nagesh of Umamahesh-wari lodging in Mysore had identified Mohan as having stayed in the lodging with Sunanda from Sullia.
The witness had identified Sunanda in a photograph shown to him, he added. During cross examination by Mohan Kumar, he said that the distance between the body and the toilet entrance was about 150 feet.
Conceding that there was a mismatch between the dis-tance mentioned by him and as shown on the map in the place of crime, he clarified that the map had not been prepared by him. Mean-while, the accused Mohan
was shown CDs of the spot-inspection with the help of a laptop at the courtroom.
Postmortem Reports
Mohan while defending himself, made it a point to insist on whether the postmortem reports revealed any sexual intercourse. On Thursday too, he sought an answer from DYSPs and the latter pointed out that postmortem focuses only on reasons of death.

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Communal Violence Bill 2011: His Holiness Shankaracharya Jayendra Saraswathi urges Hindus to fight ultimately

Tiruvanthapuram : 21 Nov. 2011 || Hindu Existence & IBTL presentation : His Holiness, the Shankaracharya of Kanchi Kamakoti Peeth, Swami Jayendra Saraswathi has called for the one billion strong Hindus of India to stand and fight against the proposed Communal Violence Bill draft. His holiness was speaking at the meeting of the delegates of various Hindu organisations as part of the platinum jubilee celebrations of the Temple Entry Proclamation. The event was organised by the Hindu Aikyavedi at Tiruvantha puram. The year-long platinum jubilee celebrations were inaugurated by His Royal Highness, Uthradom Thirunal Marthanda Varma, head of the royal family of Travancore.

Speaking on the occassion, His Holiness said that the bill is an attempt to destroy the unity of Hindus and all must fight against it. His Holiness also spoke about the social reformer Sree Narayan Guru. His Holiness said that the state and the Hindu community at large ows a lot to him. Shree Narayan Guru's fight against untouchability and other inequalities helped the community to remain united.

On this occasion, Kesari editor J Nandakumar also delivered a talk on the proposed Communal Violence Bill. He emphasized that the Prevention of Communal and Targeted Violence (Access to Justice and Reparations) Bill 2011 was aimed at splitting the Hindu community.

Other talks delivered in the meeting included one by Kerala Pulayar Maha Sabha general secretary N K Vasudevan who spoke on Justice Ranganathan Commission report and another by Aikyavedi state secretary Brahmachari Bhargavaram who talked about ‘Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple and Kerala Temples’.

It was an important conglomeration for Hindu community. Around 110 leaders of 61 Hindu organisations attended the leadership meet held as part of the function.

The Original Version ofPrevention of Communal and Targeted Violence (Access to Justice and Reparations) Bill 2011.
The Menace of the Draconian and Anti Hindu Prevention of Communal and Targeted Violence (Access to Justice and Reparations) Bill 2011.
Copy this Complain, sign and send it to respective SP and SDPO in your locality : Dr. Swamy files complaint against Sonia Gandhi on Communal Violence Bill.

Mining near Vaishno Devi shrine by the support of Christian and Muslim lobby is nothing but a conspiracy to destroy the thousands years old Hindu Shakti Peeth in J&K.

Katra | Jammu | 18-11-2011 :: Vaishno Devi temple is nearly an assumed million year old that was studied by geologists. It is not possible to predict the exact age of the temple. Vaishno Devi temple is not mentioned in the Rig Vedas, but mountain T rikoot is mentioned in the Vedas. The worshiping of Shakti started in Puranic period. The first mention of Maa Shakti (Mahamaya Shakti – Supreme Mother Power) is in Mahabharata. This was mentioned by Arjun when he prayed to Mother Goddess on advise of Krishna he said “Jambookatak Chityaishu Nityam Sannihitalaye”. This means prayer to Shakti who resides in the mountains of Jamboo. So we can assume that this is the reference to Vaishno Devi temple, which is located in Jammu. May be, Jammu in old times was called as Jamboo.

It is also believed that Pandavas were the first to construct temple of Goddess adjacent to the Trikoot Mountain and the five stones inside Vaishno Devi temple is said to be symbols of Five Pandavas. Oldest reference for Vaishno Devi temple is when Guru Govind Singh goes there from Purmandal. Purmandal is a pilgrimage center which has an old foot track for Vaishno Devi temple. Vaishno Devi temple is believed to be the place where skull of Sati fell. Some do believe that right arm of Sati felled here and Vaishno Devi temple also have the stone shaped human hand called as Varad Hast which means “the hand that gives blessings”.

This cave temple has a very popular following from people of all faiths. Among the most revered of shrines, and the oldest in the region, it entails a 13.5 km trek from Katra which in turn is 50 km from Jammu. The route up to the shrine consists of both tiled paths as well as st eep staircases, and the devout often walk bare-feet up the Trikuta Mountain. Several shrines, wayside stalls for snacks and beverages and water-points dot the route. An important temple, midway at Adhkunwari, marks a major center of obeisance where the goddess is supposed to have spent nine months on her journey up the mountain.

But in the name of Development and procurement of magnesium  ore  from Trikuta Hill of the Shivalic range with in the periphery of  Trikuta wildlife sanctuary, the Central Govt. and other related bodies have given the nod for magnesium  mining out of a conspiracy hatched by Vatican Operator Sonia Maino Gandhi and the Pak operators with Omar Abdullah.

Actually, the Jammu and Kashmir government's proposal for mining 12,40,000 tonne per annum of high-grade magnesium deposit in land owned by the Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board near the pilgrimage site, and setting up of a 30,000-tonne per annum magnesium plant have got the Centre's nod.

The go-ahead came after the state government advocated a proposal to de-notify the 31.40sq km Trikuta wildlife sanctuary in the vicinity of the project site, and the Union environment ministry ratified it in April.

The existence of the wildlife sanctuary nearby had made it mandatory for the state to approach the National Wildlife Board's standing committee seeking clearance for mining. Supreme Court orders require that all projects falling within a 10-km radius of any wildlife sanctuary or national park be cleare d by the standing committee of the PM-chaired NWB.

In a two-pronged move, the state government first asked for the sanctuary to be de-notified in April. The NWB's standing committee permitted the de-notification of the sanctuary with a rider: the state government should notify twice the area elsewhere as a sanctuary. Then, in October the state government moved another proposal to set up mining operations near the delisted sanctuary.

Minutes of the April meeting of the standing committee record that the state board for wildlife and the state's chief wildlife warden had recommended the proposal.

However, some non-official members on the standing committee objected to it. Prerna Singh Bindra, one such member, said: "This de-notification sets a bad precedent." But after the meeting of the standing committee in October last, it is found that the proposal was to mine in non-forest private land under the ownership of Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board. Mining was proposed for only 17.92 ha out of a total mine lease area of 485.30 ha of private land. The lease agreement is between the shrine board and the Jammu and Kashmir Mineral Development Corporation. The proposal was cleared by the state wildlife board and the state's chief wildlife warden, and did not require any felling of trees. J&K chief wildlife warden said at the meeting that the state government had already started the process of identifica tion of areas to be notified as new sanctuary in lieu of Trikuta Wildlife Sanctuary.

As a matter of fact, Omar Abdullah is hatching plans to destroy the famous Vaishno Devi temple. Plans have been made to start mining activity very near to the sacred Temple. The crooks have managed to secure a no objection from the Ministry of Environment. All Hindus should unite against this diabolical move to destroy the environment surrounding Vaishno Devi temple. It will not be a surprise if some extremist elements use the mining route to destroy the temple itself. Militants are trying to evict all Hindus from J&K. The pilgrimage centers are enabling Hindus to unite and resist the militants in J&K. The diabolical idea is to pollute the surroundings and eventually destroy the temple itself so that pilgrimages to Vaishno Devi temple ceases. It is our appeal to all Hindu brothers and sisters and the Hindu organizations to join and start a movement to stop this dangerous mining project. We should also approach the Supreme Court to get a stay against the Central and J&K government's ill motives to this age old Hindu Shrine of Vashno Devi, which is still disseminating its power to keep Hindu vibes in J&K against the total aggression by the Islamists and the Chinese.  Omar has to be kept under watch. He wants to withdraw AFSPA (Armed forces Special Powers Act 1958), start mining activity arou nd sacred Hindu pilgrimage centers, dilute vigilance on borders, what is the deep rooted plan?  The Christian lobby in New Delhi and the Pakistan lobby in Srinagar are always trying to offer J&K to Pakistan in a designer platter.

If a huge oil reserve is found under the Jama Masjid in New Delhi  or Gold reserve is found under the  Azmir Shariff, do the Govt. give a nod to start the related projects there ? Govt. Should rethink as our  magnesium reserves and the resource is not in a acute crisis at all or the Trikuta sourc e of   magnesium is mot the last option to retain our industrial and economical development. But, Amarnath Yatra and Vaishno Devi Darshan in J&K are the retaining Life Line of integrity and the existence of Hindus in Jammu and Kashmir with the rest of India most practically and surest possibility.


Thursday, November 17, 2011

schools teach Hindu hatred

ISLAMABAD || 9th Nov 2011 || Dawn News: Text books in Pakistani schools foster prejudice and intolerance of Hindus and other religious minorities, while most teachers view non-Muslims as ”enemies of Islam,” according to a study by a US government commission released on Wednesday.

The findings indicate how deeply ingrained hard-line Islam is in Pakistan and help explain why militancy is often supported, tolerated or excused in the country.

”Teaching discrimination increases the likelihood that violent religious extremism in Pakistan will continue to grow, weakening religious freedom, national and regional stability, and global security,” said Leonard Leo, the chairman of the US Commission on International Religious Freedom.

Pakistan was created in 1947 as a homeland for the Muslims of South Asia and was initially envisaged as a moderate state where minorities would have full rights.

But three wars with mostly Hindu India; support for militants fighting Soviet-rule in Afghanistan in the 1980s; and the appeasement of hard-line clerics by weak governments seeking legitimacy have led to a steady radicalisation of society.

Religious minorities and those brave enough to speak out against intolerance have often been killed, seemingly with impunity, by militant sympathizers.

The commission warned that any significant efforts to combat religious discrimination, especially in education, would ”likely face strong opposition” from hardliners.

The study reviewed more than 100 textbooks from grades 1-10 from Pakistan’s four provinces.

Researchers in February this year visited 37 public schools, interviewing 277 students and teachers, and 19 madrases, where they interviewed 226 students and teachers.

The Islamisation of textbooks began under the US-backed rule of army dictator Gen. Zia-ul-Haq, who courted Islamists to support his rule.

In 2006, the government announced plans to reform the curriculum to address the problematic content, but that has not been done, the study said.

Pakistan’s Islamist and right-wing polity would likely oppose any efforts to change the curriculum, and the government has shown no desire to challenge them on the issue.

The report found systematic negative portrayals of minorities, especially Hindus and to a lesser extent to Christians.

Hindus make up more than one per cent of Pakistan’s 180 million people, while Christians represent around two per cent. Some estimates put the numbers higher.

There are also even smaller populations of Sikhs and Buddhists.

”Religious minorities are often portrayed as inferior or second-class citizens who have been granted limited rights and privileges by generous Pakistani Muslims, for which they should be grateful,” the report said.

”Hindus are repeatedly described as extremists and eternal enemies of Islam whose culture and society is based on injustice and cruelty, while Islam delivers a message of peace and brotherhood, concepts portrayed as alien to the Hindu.”

The books don’t contain many specific references to Christians, but those that ”that do exist seem generally negative, painting an incomplete picture of the largest religious minority in Pakistan,” the report said.

Attempts to reach Pakistan’s education minister were not successful.

The textbooks make very little reference to the role played by Hindus, Sikhs and Christians in the cultural, military and civic life of Pakistan, meaning ”a young minority student will thus not find many examples of educated religious minorities in their own textbooks,” the report said.

”In most cases historic revisionism seems designed to exonerate or glorify Islamic civilisation, or to denigrate the civilisations of religious minorities,” the report said.

”Basic changes to the texts would be needed to present a history free of false or unsubstantiated claims which convey religious bias.”

The researchers also found that the books foster a sense that Pakistan’s Islamic identity is under constant threat.

”The anti-Islamic forces are always trying to finish the Islamic domination of the world,” read one passage from social studies text being taught to Grade 4 students in Punjab province, the country’s most populated.

”This can cause danger for the very existence of Islam. Today, the defense of Pakistan and Islam is very much in need.”

The report states that Islamic teachings and references were commonplace in compulsory text books, not just religious ones, meaning Pakistan’s Christians, Hindus and other minorities were being taught Islamic content.

It said this appeared to violate Pakistan’s constitution, which states that students should not have to receive instruction in a religion other than their own.

The attitudes of the teachers no doubt reflect the general intolerance in Pakistan.

The 2011 Pew Research Center study found the country is the third most intolerant in the world, but because of the influence they have, they are especially worrisome.

Friday, November 11, 2011

4 Hindu doctors gunned down in Pakistan

SHIKARPUR, Nov 8th 2011: Unidentified men gunned down four Hindu doctors in Chak town, near Shikarpur, on Monday, the Bakar Eid Day in a vendetta over a dancing girl with a tribe. Actually, the slaughtering of cows in Bakri Eid day is no sufficient for the Muslims to hurt the Hindu sentiment. From this initiation the Muslims may try to cut some Hindus also in every Bakri Eid under their New Jihad regulations.

“Two men riding a motorcycle sprayed a clinic with bullets, killing the four Hindu men and injuring a paramedic,” Ramesh Kumar, chief of the Pakistan Hindu Council, said.

The dead men were identified as Ajeet Kumar, Naresh Kumar, Ashok Kumar and Satyapal.

Naresh Kumar and Ashok died instantly while Dr Ajeet Kumar and Dr Satyapal were taken to Sukkur’s Civil Hospital, where Dr Ajeet Kumar and Satyapal died of injuries.

The incident drew immediate attention of the President and the prime minister. After their intervention Sindh Home Minister Manzoor Hussain Wassan visited Chak town and assured the victims’ relatives that the government was determined to bring the culprits to book.

Mr Wassan ordered suspension of the SHO of Chak police station while police arrested an unknown number of suspects during raids at suspected hideouts.

On Tuesday, provincial minister Agha Sirajuddin Durrani also visited Chak and expressed condolences with relatives of the dead. Shikarpur PPP president Mir Badal Khan Bahyo accompanied the minister.

Ramesh Kumar, the Hindu Council chief, told AFP that a dispute had been brewing for the past three weeks between the Hindu community and the Baban Khan Bhayo tribe after Hindu boys brought a Muslim dancing girl to the area.

“Police raided the house where the girl was dancing and arrested four boys,” said Ramesh Kumar.

The issue was referred to a jirga, which decided to arbitrate over the case after Eid holidays, but before that could happen the
matter took a gruesome turn, he added.

Members of the Hindu community began a three-day mourning in response to a call by the Hindu Council and the Hindu Punchayat Committee.

The Hindu community asked police to give them protection after receiving threatening calls warning of “serious consequences”.

LAST RITES: The last rites of the four men were conducted at Shikarpur’s Sadhu Bela temple, along the Indus, on Tuesday evening.

A large number of Hindus attended the rites. Prominent among them were Sindh Minister Mohan Lal, PPP MNA Lal Chan, PML MNA Darshan Lal and Jeay Sindh leader Bashir Khan Qureshi.

Earlier, angry members of the Hindu community took the bodies from Chak to Sukkur Press Club and carried out a sit-in, calling for arrest of the killers.

The incident caused panic in the area, which is a part of the constituency of NA-203 where PML-Q’s federal minister Ghous Bux Khan Mahar was declared the winner in a by-election last month on 47 polling stations against PPP’s candidate Wahid Bux Khan Bhayo.

Shikarpur SSP Junaid Ahmed Shaikh said a police operation was in progress at various places for the arrest of culprits.

Seventeen suspects from Bhayo community have been arrested.

An FIR was registered on Tuesday against 15 Bhayo clansmen for the triple murder.

Relatives of the victims expressed their dissatisfaction over the FIR and termed it a fabricated one to give benefit of doubt to the accused.

According to them, they would lodge another FIR to “bring facts to light”.

"This is not the first time such an incident has taken place where members of our community have been targeted. What is of concern is that the law enforcement agencies tend to support the criminals involved in such acts," Dr Kumar said.

"There is a strong population of around 50,000 Hindus in Chak so for such an incident to happen is bad and the government must take notice of it and provide protection to the minorities," Kumar demanded.

Police said they had arrested two of the people involved in the killings and were searching for the other culprits.

A police official confirmed that the killings could have been the result of a dispute between some Hindus and the local Bhaya Baradari that took place two weeks back over a Hindu girl.

Kumar said minorities were well protected and secure when military strongman Pervez Musharraf was the President but now they had become prey to open terrorism and crime.

Condemning the murders, the Pakistan Hindu Council appealed to President Asif Zardari, the Chief Justice of Pakistan and the Army Chief to take note of the targeting of Hindus in parts of Sindh.

President Zardari took "serious note" of the attack and directed authorities to immediately arrest those responsible and bring them to justice.

Zardari had sought an immediate report on the incident, presidential spokesman Farhatullah Babar said in Islamabad.

Zardari instructed Ramesh Lal, a Hindu parliamentarian from Sindh, to go to the village and convey his condolences to the bereaved families.

The President said it was the "moral and legal responsibility of the government to protect members of the minority community against vandalism and atrocities".

Babar quoted Zardari as saying that the "law would take its course and the culprits will not go unpunished".

Ramesh Kumar, chief of the Pakistan Hindu Council, said the Hindu community had sought protection from police after receiving anonymous calls threatening them with “serious consequences”.

Sindh police Inspector General Mushtaq Shah also confirmed the explanation for the incident and the casualties.

Hindus make up less than two percent of the population of this Muslim nation of 175 million people.

Thursday, October 13, 2011

Hyundai launches new car Eon at 2.69 lakh

Thursday: Koen based automobile company Hyundai launches his new small car Hyundai Eon at introductory price of between Rs 2.69 lakh to Rs 3.71 lakh.

The Eon will be available in six variants D-Lite: Rs. 2,69,999, D-Lite with AC option: Rs. 2,91,869, Era: Rs. 3,11,869, Magna: 3,36,869, Magna (O): Rs. 3,46,869, Sportz: Rs. 3,71,869.