May 29, 2016

Man Loses his Wife in IPL Gambling

Shocking! Man loses his wife as stake in IPL gambling

Taking the example set by Yudhishthir in Mahabharata a tad too seriously, a man from Govindnagar area put his wife at stake in an IPL betting game and then proceeded to lose her. This betting game was noticed only when her husband’s fellow gamblers began harassing her, which resulted in her approaching the local police with the help of social activists.

The police have registered a case. The accused is still at large. The police said that after having lost his all money at the share markets, the man put up his wife as a stake in IPL betting. “The wife said the husband would beat her every now and then and once he even urged her to bring R7 lakh from her parents,” said SHO Govindnagar Ajai Prakash Srivastava. “Recently, he lost her during an IPL betting game, after which the husband’s fellow gamblers started making rounds of their house. They began harassing her on the phone too. Sensing trouble, she finally lodged a complaint against her husband on Friday,” the police said. “The case is really shocking. We have received the complaint from the woman and have registered an FIR against her husband. We are now looking into the allegations made by her and investigations are on to understand the exact circumstances behind the crime,” Srivastava said.


Mar 25, 2016

Turmeric May Help Healthy Lifestyle

Turmeric reduces inflammation and oxidation of the blood. It's regulate blood presure and blood clotting.

Turmeric may help fight drug-resistant tuberculosis

This potential new tuberculosis treatment would be less prone to the development of drug resistance.
The humble turmeric, an essential ingredient in Indian curries, may help fight drug-resistant tuberculosis, Turmeric is used to treat many health conditions and it has anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and perhaps even anticancer properties,

They found that by stimulating human immune cells called macrophages, a substance in Turmeric, curcumin, was able to successfully remove Mycobacterium tuberculosis, the causative bacterium of tuberculosis, from experimentally infected cells in culture.

Turmeric medicine and traditional uses
In India, turmeric has been used in an attempt to treat stomach and liver ailments, as well as topically to heal sores, based on its supposed antimicrobial property

Turmeric is considered auspicious and holy in India and has been used in various Hindu ceremonies for millennia. It remains popular in India for wedding and religious ceremonies.

Turmeric makes a poor fabric dye, as it is not very light fast, but is commonly used in Indian and Bangladeshi clothing, such as saris and Buddhist monks's robes.


Mar 13, 2015

Inspirational Persons

When you don't know your limitations, you go out and surprise yourself. In hindsight, you wonder if you had any limitations. The only limitations a person has are those that are self-imposed. Don't let education put limitations on you.

Nick Vujicic: a man with no limbs who teaches people how to get up


Dec 24, 2014

Actress Anushka Shetty Beauty Tips

Actress Anushka Shetty Profile

Sweety Shetty, known by her stagename Anushka Shetty, is an Indian film actress, who works mainly in the Telugu and Tamil film industries. Born in Mangalore, Anushka started her career as a Yoga instructor.
Born: November 7, 1981 (age 33), Mangalore
Height: 1.83 m
Upcoming movies: Baahubali, Thala 55
Parents: Prafulla Shetty, A.N. Vittal Shetty
Siblings: Gunaranjan Shetty, Sai Ramesh Shetty

Gorgeous Anushka Beauty Tips 

What's the best way to spend a cool evening on a hot summer's day?

Yoga is a part of my life, it made me open to learning!

There’s always a reason to Living With Smile!

So do practice regularly, even if it's only for a few minutes.

Yoga is a perfect way to relax and work out at the same time.
Everyone smiles in the same language. 
Drink lots of water. Good for health! 
Our life always expresses the result of our dominant thoughts.


Petrol Pump Owner Booked For Hiding Camera In Washroom

A petrol pump owner in Raisen district has been booked for installing a hidden camera in the washroom on the premises.

Stating this here on Tuesday, Madhya Pradesh Food and Civil Supplies and Consumer Protection minister Vijay Shah said the process for cancellation of his pump license was underway.

About a week ago, a college-going girl suspected while using the washroom that something was amiss and found, after searching, a camera hidden behind the tiles.

Police have registered a case against the owner under relevant sections of the IPC.

Women Take Care Public Places In Bathrooms
shopping mall Metro City, shooting videos of unsuspecting women using the bathroom, Has your house recently undergone any type of renovation? If so, you might want to take a closer look at the work that was done. “People have a heightened expectation of privacy in a washroom,” “There are a lot of questions raised by this.” 


Nov 26, 2014

Alankrita Sahai Representing (India) Miss Earth 2014 Top 16 Video

Sixteenth entry to our Top Sixteen (16)  Miss Earth 2014 is Miss Earth India 2014 Alankrita Sahai. Alankrita is 20 years of age, 165cm tall, and has vital statistics of 81-61-86. She is a Business Developement Officer and an artist. Her hobbies include dancing, reading and travelling.

Alankrita competed in regional pageant in the year 2009 and was crowned Miss Noida 2009. She then participated in Miss Diva Universe 2014 pageant where she finished as first runner-up and was crowned Miss Earth India 2014.

At the ongoing Miss Earth 2014 pageant Alankrita was awarded with a gold medal in evening gown competition and with a bronze medal in swimsuit competition.

India had won Miss Earth title in the year 2010, when Nicole Faria was crowned Miss Earth 2010. Alankrita seems to be giving a tough competition to the other contestants of Miss Earth pageant. What do you think?

Our Top 16 so far includes Colombia, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Guyana, India, Kenya, Mongolia, Myanmar, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Romania, Spain, Ukraine, and Venezuela. Stay tuned to Angelopedia as we bring you the latest updates on Miss Earth 2014!

Miss Earth 2014 Top 16 Video

Miss India Earth, Alankrita Sahai,poses during the fashion show round at the Miss Earth pageant.

Alankrita, with Miss Japan, Miss Italy and Miss Madagascar.

Miss India Earth, Alankrita Sahai with the contestants of Miss Earth during the fashion show.

Alankrita looks dazzling in a all black attire during the Miss Earth fashion show round.

Miss Spain with MIss Tahiti, Miss Tanzania and Miss U.S. Virgin Island.

Miss Slovak Republic with Miss Spain and Miss South Africa during the fashion show.

Miss Earth contestants pose during the fashion show round at the Miss Earth pageant.

Miss India Earth, Alamkrita Sahai, during the resort wear competition.

Alankrita Sahai Photo Gallery


Sex Traffickers 'using Facebook'

Sex traffickers 'using Facebook' to lure victims

Gangs are using social media sites such as Facebook to lure young women into crime and prostitution, the head of European policing agency Europol said on Wednesday. Rob Wainwright said traffickers were drawing victims in by posting advertisements for childcare or cleaning vacancies and once ensnared, controlling their movements with webchats and webcams. "They are using modern technological tools to more efficiently monitor an increasing number of victims," Wainwright told the Centre for Social Justice think-tank in London.

"So instead of paying them a visit every day they can use webchat services and also webcams to confirm that they are where they should be, in that brothel waiting for the next customer.
"In the past pimps and traffickers had to do that by physically visiting them. Now they can just do it at the click of a button and therefore control 50 victims much more easily and readily in virtual form," he said. The police chief said criminal gangs regarded trafficking as a "low-risk, high profit" venture, which generates around $150 billion a year for criminal gangs.

Most of Europe's estimated 500,000 victims are from Romania, Bulgaria and Hungary with Britain, Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands the most likely destinations. Wainwright called for an international effort to tackle the problem. "As things currently stand, organised crime groups are going about the business of modern slavery with little fear of being caught and pursued. We urgently need to do much better," he said. "There is no point in sitting on a vital piece of information in one country if it can break a syndicate spread across five or more others. The culture of policing must change," he added.


Nov 2, 2014

Hrithik Roshan And Sussanne Khan Granted Divorce by Family court

Bollywood star Hrithik Roshan and estranged wife Sussanne formally ended their marriage on Saturday. A family court in Mumbai granted them divorce by mutual consent. Both had come in separate vehicles and left before 11 am. There were no signs of acrimony or bitterness.

Hrithik, revelling in the recent success of his film Bang Bang, and Sussanne had decided to end the marriage of 13 years on an amicable note and had filed for a mutual consent divorce six months ago in the court complex located in Bandra, close to their suburban home.
The common lawyers for both, Mrinalini Deshmukh and Dipesh Mehta, were also present, when the two entered the court premises. The settlement between the two was not detailed in the court papers, but both parted with an assurance that the agreement made outside court would be honoured. Both will share custody of the children and will have a say and role in their upbringing. The couple knew each other for over 17 years. They have two sons; Hrehaan is seven years old and Hridhaan is five and reside with their mother in Versova.

Hrithik, son of actor-director Rakesh Roshan, donned a hat and wore black, while Sussane wore a white collared t-shirt. Both had released public statements last December that they were headed for a split.

The mutual consent plea essentially stated that the couple could no longer reside together as husband and wife as irretrievable differences have cropped up and efforts to resolve it have had no effect. The marriage had broken down beyond repair and hence they were filing the plea.

In a mutual consent plea, there is a six month cooling off period at the end of which if neither side withdraws their consent, the court on finding that there was no coercion or collusion and existence of a genuine marital breakdown then grants a divorce.


Sonia Gandhi Family Real Life Photos

Sonia Gandhi is an Italian-born Indian politician, who has served as President of the Indian National Congress party since 1998. She is the widow of former Prime Minister of India, Rajiv Gandhi who belonged to the Nehru–Gandhi family.


Father Murders Tenant For Sexually Assaulting A Minor Daughter

A 52-year-old man allegedly murdered his tenant who he claimed had sexually assaulted his minor daughter around a month ago. The incident took place in Khajuri Khas area of North East Delhi last night. It was reported to the local police around 4 AM when the man walked in to the police station and told them that he has murdered his tenant and escorted a police team to the house where Omkar (45) was found dead.

"The man told us that Omkar had sexually assaulted his daughter around a month ago and threatened her of dire consequences if she revealed the matter to anyone. The family however came to know about the incident recently," said a police official.

Instead of reporting the matter to police, the girl's father decided to take revenge himself. Omkar who hailed from Madhya Pradesh had gone to his hometown to celebrate Diwali.

"On his return to Delhi, the 52-year-old man confronted him last night and in a fit of rage, strangled him to death. It seems that he was killed with a rope or something but the exact cause of death will be revealed following a postmortem," the officials said.

Omkar's family has been informed. He is survived by his wife and children at his native village in Madhya Pradesh. Meanwhile, the 14-year-old girl was given counselling by an NGO in the presence of her mother.


Nov 1, 2014

Tips For Search On Job portal

Some Tips To Make Effective Search On Job Portals

Job portals are a great tool for searching jobs, given one knows how to effectively leverage the medium. With changing times the look, feel and options on these portals have undergone a sea change to suit the needs and requirements of Gen Y…

Job portals have time and again been ranked as the preferred medium for job search by candidates across experience levels and functions. Nearly 62 per cent of candidates in the 0-2 and 2-5 years category prefer using job portals for a job search, revealed a study by TimesJobs.com. Consequently, to meet the changing aspirations of this category of workforce, most job portals have re-invented themselves.

It is important than ever before to understand the medium thoroughly and use it for an effective search, to increase chances of getting the desired job.

Try These Tips

Posting resumes, having a good cover letter and searching for desired job/role are some of the basics. Here are some more suggestions when you look for jobs on the job portals:

* Complete all relevant information columns (mandatory and optional) on the job portals

* Review and check the job portal frequently as new jobs might get added to the listings

* Refresh the resume once every 10 days to increase chances of getting noticed by employers. Make small modifications so the resume gets reposted automatically. This is beneficial since most employers search resumes by date/day posted

* Ensure that your resume is visible to everyone

* Use search filters – basis experience, salary, function and location for quick and relevant job searches

* Many portals also allow you to search by skill type, which helps you post an application to the most suited role

* Take advantage of various features on the portal, including job agents, job alerts, resume services that will help strengthen your profile

* Good job portals also provide information on top hiring companies. A job seeker can identify companies and then search on their website for career opportunities


Oct 14, 2014

8 Home Remedies to Reduce Belly Fat

Top 8 home remedies to reduce belly fat

Belly fat is a return gift that our haphazard lifestyle and wrong eating habits give us. Belly fat has always been a major concern area.

It not only destroys your image but also increases your risk to many health ailments. Try these Ayurveda tips to lose the fat deposits around your belly.

Start your day with lemon juice This is one of the best therapies to eliminate belly fat. Pinch some yellow juice into a glass of warm water and add some salt to it. Continue drinking this every morning to boost your metabolism and to get rid of that paunch.

Stay off from white rice Replace white rice with various wheat products. Include brown rice, brown bread, wholegrains, oats and quinoa in your diet.

Avoid sugary substances Stay away from sweets, sweetened drinks and foods rich in oil. Consuming these foods can increase body fat around various areas of your body like abdomen and thighs.

Drink plenty of water If you want to get rid of your belly, then drink sufficient amount of water every day. Drinking water, after regular intervals will help to boost your metabolism and remove toxins from your body.

Eat raw garlic Chew two to three cloves of garlic every morning, and drink a glass of lemon water after that. This treatment will double up your weight loss process and make your blood circulation smooth in your body.

Avoid non-veg food To eliminate belly fat, it is recommended that one should avoid non-vegetarian food as far as possible.

Load up on fruits and vegetables Eat a bowl of fruits daily in the morning and evening. This will fill you up with many antioxidants, minerals and vitamins.

Spice up your cooking Use spices like cinnamon, ginger and black pepper in your cooking. These spices are loaded with health benefits. They help to improve your insulin resistance and reduce levels of sugar in your blood.


Jun 23, 2014

Koyal Rana (FEMINA MISS INDIA WORLD 2014) Real Life Photos


Koyal Rana Family 

winning Teen Diva India International 2008 with my little brother and sister

Koyal Rana's little brother, Sarthak

Who said being the eldest sibling in the family is tough? Specially when you have such supportive siblings! That's my sister Sonakshi on the left and my brother Sarthak on the right! Love them

Koyal Rana grandmother's blessings


Jun 19, 2014

Couples in Football FIFA World Cup 2014

FIFA World Cup 2014: Top 5 Hottest Couples in Football [PHOTOS]

With FIFA World Cup 2014 underway, the focus of football fans all over the world is not only going to be on their favourite footballer, but on their wives and girlfriends, popularly known as WAGS, as well. Many of these WAGS have already made a beeline to Brazil to attend the the World Cup and cheer on their partners.

Cristiano Ronaldo and Irina Shayk

Cristiano Ronaldo and Irina Shayk
Early this year, FreeBetNegotiator.com conducted a survey to find out the hottest couples in football, and Cristiano Ronaldo and his partner Irina Shayk topped their list. Interestingly, most of the respondents stated that they found the bodies of Ronaldo and Shayk more attractive than their faces. The Real Madrid player has been dating Shayk, a model, for four years, and a few days back the couple even sparked rumors of being engaged after a Media Mass report claimed that the couple was seen visiting jewelry stores. However, the story was soon proved to be false.

Ronaldo and Shayk recently grabbed headlines when they were featured on the cover of Vogue Spain as the risqué photo had a naked Ronaldo standing behind his girlfriend.

Gerard Pique and Shakira

Gerard Pique and Shakira
Shakira, a global music sensation, has been with Spain's Gerard Pique for almost four years. They met when the footballer was featured in the music video for "Waka Waka (This Time for Africa)." They have a 16-month-old son named Milan. When they first started dating, Pique reportedly told Shakira that they would have a baby before the next world cup, which kicked off in Brazil on Thursday. ''It is really cool and it's kind of like the way everything started almost four years ago when he was about to play in his first World Cup and I was there singing, he told me, 'I'm going to win this World Cup so I can see you at the finals,' and he did, he won," Shakira told E! News. ''We started dating and he said to me, 'The next World Cup we're going to go together with our baby boy,' and we're doing it. So everything he promises, he keeps.''

Iker Casillas and Sara Carbonero

Iker Casillas and Sara Carbonero
Sara Carbonero, a journalist by profession, was once touted as "The Sexiest Reporter in the World" by FHM USA. During the 2010 FIFA World Cup, it was alleged that she distracted her boyfriend Iker Casillas during a match between Spain and Switzerland that resulted in an unexpected Swiss victory.

The couple also grabbed headlines when Casillas kissed Carbonero during a live interview following Spain's 1-0 World Cup final victory over the Netherlands. The Real Madrid goalkeeper and the journalist welcomed their first child, Martin Casillas Carbonero, early this year.

Wesley Sneijder and Yolanthe Sneijder-Cabau

Yolanthe Sneijder-Cabau, an entrepreneur and the co-founder and ambassador of Stop Kindermisbruik, a foundation that fights against child sex abuse in developing countries, started dating Wesley Sneijder of the Netherlands in 2009. They married one year later, following which she was featured in the third season of the "Voetbalvrouwen," which is similar to the British series Footballers' Wives. Yolanthe was voted the "Sexiest Dutch Woman" by the Dutch FHM in 2006, 2007 and 2009.

Lionel Messi and Antonella Roccuzzo

Lionel Messi and Antonella Roccuzzo
Argentina's Lionel Messi and his fiancée, Antonella Roccuzzo, met when they were just five years old, but fell in love only in 2008. She is Messi's best friend's cousin and they welcomed their first child, Thiago, in 2012. The two have been engaged for three years, and fans of the footballer are hoping that he would tie the knot after the World Cup.


In A Single Gene, A Path To Fight Heart Attacks

Two major studies by leading research groups published on Wednesday independently identified mutations in a single gene that protect against heart attacks by keeping levels of triglycerides — a kind of fat in the blood — very low for a lifetime. These findings are expected to lead to a push to develop drugs that mimic the effect of the mutations, potentially offering the first new class of drugs to combat heart disease in decades, experts say. Statins, which reduce LDL cholesterol, another cause of heart disease, became blockbusters in the late 1980s. Since then there have been no major new drugs approved for lowering heart disease risk. But experts caution that drug development takes years and that there are no guarantees that new treatments will work as hoped.

Heart attacks are the leading killer in the United States, and about 720,000 Americans a year have them.

Although statins are effective in reducing heart attack risk, many users still often have high levels of triglycerides and go on to have heart attacks. So the results of the new studies are good news, said Dr Daniel J Rader, the director of the Preventive Cardiovascular Medicine and Lipid Clinic at the University of Pennsylvania, who was not involved in the research. "We've been looking for something beyond statins," Rader said. "After we have put people on high-dose statins, what else can we do? Essentially nothing."

Experts differ in their estimates of how many Americans might be candidates for a triglyceride-lowering drug. If the eligible group included all adults with triglyceride levels of 200 or more — the normal level is 150 or less — that would mean about 20 percent of adult Americans. If it was just those with the highest levels, above 500, then 2 percent to 3 percent of adults would qualify. The discovery announced on Wednesday was hinted at in 2008 in a much smaller study in the Amish conducted by researchers from the University of Maryland's medical school. One in 20 Amish people has a mutation that destroys a gene, APOC3, involved in triglyceride metabolism, as compared with one in 150 Americans generally. The scientists were intrigued but did not have enough data to nail down the gene's role in heart attacks.

Sam, a 55-year-old Amish farmer who declined to have his last name published, saying he was uncomfortable about being conspicuous, has such a beneficial mutation. He recalls little heart disease in his family. On a cold day last fall, as an icy rain fell outside, he sat at a small wooden table in his daughter's house and laid out a sheet of paper that showed he had a triglyceride level of 45. The average in the United States is 147. "It's nice that something came out that is positive," he said. Triglycerides have long puzzled researchers, although they are routinely measured along with cholesterol in blood tests and are often high in people with heart disease. Many experts were unconvinced they actually caused heart attacks. Clinical trials of drugs that lowered triglycerides by a small amount added to doubts about their role in heart attacks. The drugs had no effect on heart attack rates.

As for triglycerides themselves, "do they just keep bad company or are they independently doing something to risk?" asked Dr Robert Hegele, a heart disease expert at Western University in London, Ontario, who was not involved with the new studies. Those studies, published in The New England Journal of Medicine and funded by the National Institutes of Health and the European Union, provide "a very, very strong type of evidence," Hegele said, that triglycerides are in fact a cause of heart attacks.

The work began several years ago when researchers at the Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT starting searching through an enormous data set drawn from 70 studies involving 200,000 people to see if there were tiny genetic changes near or in genes that seemed to lead to very high or very low amounts of triglycerides in the blood. They also asked whether people who happened to have a higher or lower triglyceride level also had a higher or lower incidence of heart attacks. The researchers discovered that people with a genetic predisposition to higher triglyceride levels had more heart attacks and those with genetically lower triglyceride levels had fewer. Their study, published last year in Nature Genetics, did not isolate individual genes, though. It just pointed to signposts on the long stretch of 30 million DNA letters that were near the genes. So the investigators began a hunt for the genes themselves.

To that end, they mapped the genes of 3,734 Americans, about 2,500 of whom were white and the balance African-American. The researchers reported the results of that effort on Wednesday. One gene, APOC3, stood out. The scientists found four mutations that destroyed the function of this gene. The Amish study had discovered that people with such a mutation could drink a big rich milkshake, loaded with fat, and their triglyceride levels did not budge. For everyone else, they spiked. The new studies show what that means to people's health. "Those who carry the gene mutations have a 40 per cent reduction in triglyceride levels and a 40 per cent lower risk of heart disease," said Dr Sekar Kathiresan of Massachusetts General Hospital and the Broad Institute. He is the lead researcher on the gene project.

Now, he added, "there is a route to heart attacks that is independent of LDL," referring to the form of cholesterol associated with heart disease. The other study, led by Dr Anne Tybjaerg-Hansen of Copenhagen University Hospital, used data from 75,725 subjects to learn whether low triglyceride levels were linked to a reduced heart attack risk. They were. The researchers also asked whether people who had mutations destroying the APOC3 gene had fewer heart attacks. They did. Those with such mutations had a 44 percent reduction in triglycerides and a 36 per cent lower heart attack risk. The Danish data, Kathiresan said, "are eerily consistent with our data."

"It is incredible how reproducible the finding is," he added. Yet the two groups worked independently, with The New England Journal of Medicine coordinating publication of their studies. For the University of Maryland scientists who conducted the 2008 Amish study, the new finding shows that their hypothesis about the gene was correct. Those with the mutation had less calcification of their arteries, an indication that they had less heart disease. But the Maryland group was not able to say if those people also had fewer deaths from heart disease. Toni Pollin, lead researcher for the study, explained: "To really find out if it is related to heart disease we'd need to follow people over time. And the Amish use hospitals a lot less than other people, so it is hard to document the cause of death." Meanwhile, a small California company, Isis, also hit upon the gene when it was looking for ways to make triglyceride levels plunge in the small group of people with disorders leading to triglyceride levels so high they can be fatal. They made a drug that counteracts the gene and began testing it. It slashed triglyceride levels by 71 per cent.

"It is the most important drug in our pipeline," said Dr Stanley Crooke, the chief executive of Isis. "Trust me, these data are really exciting." The company has no plans to test whether its drug prevents heart attacks in the general population. That sort of huge study, lasting years, would require the resources of a much larger company. But heart researchers see the Isis drug as, at least, proof that it is possible to come up with drugs in what could be a new class of pharmaceuticals to protect against heart disease.