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Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Soya Bean - Top Heart Attack Fighters



Soya Bean

Top Heart Attack Fighters - Soya Bean


Soya beans are chock full of protein, folic acid and antioxidants (saponins, flavonoids and phytosterols) that help prevent the formation of fatty clots in the blood vessels and decrease bad cholesterol (LDL) in our body. Try to include soya in any form in your daily diet. Add 100 gm of soya flour to 1 kg wheat flour, so you have some soya content in your chapattis. Alternatively, experiment with other forms of soya - add granules to upma, chunks to vegetables or pulao, or whip up soya milkshakes

Scientific classification

Kingdom: Plantae

Phylum: Magnoliophyta

Class: Magnoliopsida

Order: Fabales

Family: Fabaceae

Subfamily: Faboideae

Genus: Glycine

Species: G. max

Binomial name

Glycine L. max

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Monday, February 25, 2008

Walnuts - Top Heart Attack Fighters



Walnuts

Top Heart Attack Fighters - Walnuts


Walnuts are rich in Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids (PUFAs) that protect the heart walls and blood vessels from free radical damage. It is advisable to eat a couple of walnuts every day, or incorporate them in recipes such as the one for Walnut Balls that follows.

Walnut Balls

2 tbsp walnuts, toasted
1/2 cup black seedless dates
1/4 tsp cardamom (elaichi) powder

1.  Knead the dates into smooth dough.
2. Add the walnuts and cardamom powder and mix well.
3. Divide the mixture into 8 portions and shape into balls. Serve at room temperature.


Scientific classification

Kingdom: Plantae

Division: Magnoliophyta

Class: Magnoliopsida

Order: Fagales

Family: Juglandaceae

Genus: Juglans

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Sprouts - Top Heart Attack Fighters

Sprouts

Top Heart Attack Fighters - Sprouts


A fistful of sprouts everyday is a must to strengthen your heart - eat them raw or add to salads. The process of sprouting increases the atioxidants (vitamin A and C) along with its fibre content.

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Sunday, February 24, 2008

Almonds - Top Heart Attack Fighters


Almonds Tree


Green Almonds


Almonds

Top Heart Attack Fighters - Almonds


Almonds are full of magnesium and B complex vitamins that together work to keep the heart fit-n-fine. For a healthy heart, make sure you eat a couple of soaked almonds on a empty stomach everyday.

Scientific classification

Kingdom : Plantae

Division: Magnoliophyta

Class: Magnoliopsida

Order: Rosales

Family: Rosaceae

Subfamily: Prunoideae

Genus: Prunus

Subgenus: Amygdalus

Species: P. dulcis

Binomial name

Prunus dulcis

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Wheat Bran - Top Heart Attack Fighters


Wheat


Wheat grain


Wheat Bran

Top Heart Attack Fighters - Wheat Bran


The 'bran' (konda) or outer covering of wheat grain is richest source of fibre. Add just two tablespoons of bran to parathas, cakes, bread or soups to benefit from its heart friendly effects.

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Amla (Indian Gooseberry) - Top Heart Attack Fighters


Amla (Indian Gooseberry)

Top Heart Attack Fighters - Amla (Indian Gooseberry)


Vitamin C present in amla helps to improve the elasticity of blood vessels, maintain normal blood flow and inhibits blockage of arteries caused by deposition of fat and cholesterol. You will be surprised to know that just one amla a day is enough to fulfil your day's requirement of vitamin C and maintain a healthy heart.

The Indian Gooseberry (Phyllanthus emblica, syn. Emblica officinalis) is a deciduous tree of the Euphorbiaceae family. It is known for its edible fruit of the same name. Common names of this tree include amalaka in Sanskrit, amla in Hindi, amlaki in Bengali, amala in Nepal Bhasa, nellikka in Malayalam, usirikai in Telugu, and nellikai in Kannada, and Tamil as well as aonla, aola, ammalaki, amla berry, dharty, aamvala, aawallaa, emblic, emblic myrobalan, Malacca tree, nillika, and nellikya in various other languages.

Scientific classification

Kingdom : Plantae

Division : Flowering plant

Class : Magnoliopsida

Order : Malpighiales

Family : Phyllanthaceae

Tribe : Phyllantheae

Subtribe : Flueggeinae

Genus : Phyllanthus

Species : P. emblica

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Saturday, February 23, 2008

Olive oil - Top Heart Attack Fighters



Olive Oil

Top Heart Attack Fighters - Olive Oil


It's a well known fact that olive oil is possibly the healthiest medium of cooking. It contains MUFA, which increases HDL cholesterol (good cholesterol) that makes the blood less sticky and reduces the clogging of arteries. Remember howevre to restrict your oil in take to three teaspoons a day, as excess oil is a ladder to weight gain enentually heart diseases.

Olive oil is a fruit oil obtained from the olive (Olea europaea; family Oleaceae along with lilacs, jasmine and ash trees), a traditional tree crop of the Mediterranean Basin. It is commonly used in cooking, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, and soaps and as a fuel for traditional oil lamps. Olive oil is much healthier than other sources of alimentary fat because of its high content of monounsaturated fat (mainly oleic acid) and polyphenols with a powerful antioxidant Hydroxytyrosol

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Fenugreek ( Methi ) Seeds - Top Heart Attack Fighters



Fenugreek ( Methi ) Seeds

Top Heart Attack Fighters - Fenugreek ( Methi ) Seeds


The high fibre and saponin content of fenugreek (methi) have a cholesterol lowering effect. Soluble fibre absorbs water, swells, and binds the bad cholesterol, helping to remove it from the body. An easy way to incorporate methi seeds in your diet is to add them to dals (while tempering) or vegetables, or sprout them and add to a regular vegetable salad. Alternatively, eat six to eight soaked methi seeds on an empty stomach on a regular basis to lower your blood cholesterol levels.

Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum) is a plant in the Family Fabaceae. It is commonly known as menthya (Kannada), Venthayam (Tamil), menthulu (Telugu) or Methi (Bangla, Hindi, Marathi). Fenugreek is used both as a herb (the leaves) and as a spice (the seed). It is cultivated worldwide as a semi-arid crop. It is frequently used in curry.

Fenugreek is used to flavour a variety of dishes and is also in bread making. It is one of the most powerful and ancient spices, believed to aid digestion. Its leaves are used both fresh and dried and the dried seeds are commonly used in ground spice mixes. Dried fenugreek leaves are often referred to as kasoori methi.

Scientific classification

Kingdom: Plantae

Division: Magnoliophyta

Class: Magnoliopsida

Order: Fabales

Family: Fabaceae

Genus: Trigonella

Species: T. foenum-graecum

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Friday, February 22, 2008

Avocado - Top Heart Attack Fighters



Avocado

Top Heart Attack Fighters - Avocado


This is not so very commonly available fruit has recently been added to the list of heart attack fighters. Though often difficult to source, you should eat avocados whenever possible - add to salads or make that popular Mexican dip, Guacamole. Avocados are abundant in nutrients like potassium, folic acid and Monounsaturated Fatty Acids (MUFAs), all of which lower and risk of heart attacks.

The avocado (Persea americana) is a tree native to Mexico, Central America, and Guam, classified in the flowering plant family Lauraceae.

Scientific classification

Kingdom: Plantae

Division: Magnoliophyta

Class: Magnoliopsida

Order: Laurales

Family: Lauraceae

Genus: Persea

Species: P. americana

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Guavas - Top Heart Attack Fighters



Guavas

Top Heart Attack Fighters - Guavas


Guavas are the richest source of vitamin c, which is a powerful antioxidant that destroys harmful compounds and protects the lining of the heart, thus delaying heart attacks. Eat whole raw guavas as cuting or exposure to atmosphere will destroy the vitamin c content. Oranges, sweet limes and strawberries are other citrus fruits that fall in the same category. Try to include at least one of these fruits in your daily diet.

Scientific classification

Kingdom: Plantae

Division: Magnoliophyta

Class: Magnoliopsida

Subclass: Rosidae

Order: Myrtales

Family: Myrtaceae

Subfamily: Myrtoideae

Genus: Psidium

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Thursday, February 21, 2008

Tomatoes - Top Heart Attack Fighters



Tomatoes

Top Heart Attack Fighters - Tomatoes


Tomatoes are rich in folic acid that helps to protect the heart from the action of harmful amino acid. The 'lycopene' pigment present in tomatoes not only imparts the attractive red colour but also helps lower LDL cholesterol (bad cholesterol) in the blood. Cooked tomatoes are recommended as lycopene content increases with cooking, but raw tomatoes in salads are also healthy.

The tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) is a plant in the Solanaceae or nightshade family, as are its close cousins tobacco, chili peppers, potato, and eggplant. The tomato is native to Central, South, and southern North America from Mexico to Peru.

Scientific classification

Kingdom : Plantae

Subkingdom : Tracheobionta

Division : Magnoliophyta

Class : Magnoliopsida

Subclass : Asteridae

Order : Solanales

Family : Solanaceae

Genus : Solanum

Species : S. lycopersicum

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Spinach (palak) - Top Heart Attack Fighters



Spinach (palak)

Top Heart Attack Fighters - Spinach (palak)


Its fibre and iron content make spinach an extremely heart-friendly vegetable. Fibre helps to lower LDL (bad cholesterol) whereas iron helps to maintain normal blood circulation to the heart, keeping it healthy. Add spinach to parathas, theplas or rice preparations for maximum benefit. If you do not like spinach, opt for other equally heart-friendly dark leafy vegetables like fenugreek (meathi) leaves or colocasia (patra) leaves.

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Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Oats - Top Heart Attack Fighters


Oats

Top Heart Attack Fighters - Oats


Oats are generally considered "healthy", or a health food, being touted commercially as nutritious. The discovery of the healthy cholesterol-lowering properties has led to wider appreciation of oats as human food.

The soluble fibre called 'beta-glucan' found in abundance in oats lowers LDL and raises HDL levels, thus reducing the risk of developing heart diseases. Include Oats porridge or puffed barley in your breakfast.

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Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Broccoli - Top Heart Attack Fighters



Broccoli

Top Heart Attack Fighters - Broccoli


Broccoli has lots of beta-carotene (vitamin A), a natural antioxidant that destroys free radicals, harmful compounds which otherwise damge our heart walls and increase blood clots. Add blanched broccoli to salads or soups, or incorporate in parathas or pulaos.

Broccoli is a plant of the Cabbage family, Brassicaceae (formerly Cruciferae). It is classified as the Italica Cultivar Group of the species Brassica oleracea. Broccoli possesses abundant fleshy flower heads, usually green in colour, arranged in a tree-like fashion on branches sprouting from a thick, edible stalk. The large mass of flower heads is surrounded by leaves. Broccoli most closely resembles cauliflower, which is a different cultivar group of the same species, but broccoli is green rather than white.

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Monday, February 18, 2008

Garlic - Top Heart Attack Fighters


GARLIC


GARLIC PLANT

Top Heart Attack Fighters - Garlic


A wonder ingredient! Garlic is rich in 'allium compounds' that reduce the risk of heart disease by improving the elasticity of blood vessels, and lowering the chances of blood becoming sticky and thereby causing heart diseases. Remember, garlic loses its compounds of cooking so it's best to eat two cloves of raw garlic or add it to good food towards the end of the cooking process.

Allium sativum L, commonly known as garlic, is a species in the onion family
Alliaceae. Its close relatives include the onion, the shallot, and the leek. Garlic has been used throughout recorded history for both culinary and medicinal purposes. It has a characteristic pungent, spicy flavor that mellows and sweetens considerably with cooking.

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Sunday, February 17, 2008

Mahatma Gandhi Antarrashtriya Hindi Vishwavidyalaya

Mahatma Gandhi Antarrashtriya Hindi Vishwavidyalaya

ADMISSION NOTICE - 2007-08


Applications are invited for admission to the following courses being offered at the Centre for Distance Education, MahatmaGandhi Antarrashtriya Hindi Vishwavidyalaya for the academic session 2007-08.

Last date :
Requisition for supply of prospectus : 10 Feb. 2008.
Submission of forms : 20 Feb. 2008.
Submission of forms with late fees of Rs. 200/- before 28 Feb. 2008.

Course Name : P.G. Diploma in Translation (PGDT)
Eligibility : Bachelor Degree or equivalent
Duration : Min 1 year     Max 4 years
Fees : 1900/-
Medium : Hindi

Course Name : P.G. Diploma in Journalism & Mass Communication (PGDJMC)
Eligibility : Bachelor Degree with 2 years experience in media/ communication organisation
Duration : Min 1 year     Max 4 years
Fees : 2300/-
Medium : Hindi/ English

Course Name : Creative Writing in Hindi (DCH)
Eligibility : 10+2
Duration : Min 1 year     Max 4 years
Fees : 1900/-
Medium : Hindi

Course Name : Diploma in Women's Empowerment & Development (DWED)
Eligibility : 10+2 or its equivalent or non 10+2 with 3 years working experience as development worker at any level
Duration : Min 1 year     Max 4 years
Fees : 1900/-
Medium : Hindi

Course Name : B.A. in Hindi (BA)
Eligibility : 10+2 or equivalent
Duration : Min 3 year     Max 6 years
Fees : 1300/-p.a.
Medium : Hindi


The Students handbook & prospectus can be obtained from Centre for Distance Education, MGAHV, Extn. Office : Dist. sportsComplex, Civil Lines, Jajuwadi, Wardha-442 001 (Maharashtra), in person, on payment 100/- Rs. of DD, through post bysending DD of Rs. 150/- drawn in favour of Director, Distance Education MGAHV payable at Wardha. An electronic version ofthe prospectus in also available at MGAHV webite at www.hindivishwa.org. Application form can be downloaded from thewebsite & submitted alongwith DD for Rs. 100/- in addition to the programme fee.

Please write your name and address on the back of DD. There is no age bar for any of the programmes.

Proposed regional centres are at : Delhi, Kolkata, Lucknow, Ahmedabad & Chennai.

Study Centres : Will be in all state capitals & all important cities.

For More Details Contact :

Address : Mahatma Gandhi Antarrashtriya Hindi Vishwavidyalaya
(A Central University established by an Act of Parliament)
Post Box No. 16, Panchteela, Wardha-442001. (Maharashtra)
Extn. Office : Dist. Sports Complex,
Civil Lines, Jajuwadi, Wardha-442001
Phone : 07152-247146
Fax : 07152-230902, 242849
E-mail : info@hindivishwa.org
Website : www.hindivishwa.org

Friday, February 15, 2008

Mohammad Hamid Ansari


Mohammad Hamid Ansari

Vice-President of India


Name : Mohammad Hamid Ansari
Vice President of India 11 August 2007 - Till date
Date of birth : 1 April 1937
Place of birth : Calcutta , India
Nationality: Indian
Gender: Male
Father's Name : Mohammad Abdul Aziz Ansari
Mother's Name : Mrs. Aasiya Begum
Spouse : Mrs. Salma Ansari
Children : Two sons and one daughter

Educational Qualifications :

St Edwards High School in Shimla
St. Xavier College, Kolkata
S.T. High School (Minto Circle), AMU Aligarh
M.A. (Political Science) in 1959 from AMU Aligarh
Lecturer: Department of Political Science, AMU Aligarh -1959-61
Joined Indian Foreign Service in 1961 (4th Rank)

Positions Held :

Joined the Indian Foreign Service (IFS) in 1961 and served in Indian missions in Baghdad, Rabat, Jeddah and Brussels
Ambassador to the United Arab Emirates (1976-1979)
Chief of Protocol to Govt. of India (1980-1985)
High Commissioner to Australia (1985-1989)
Ambassador to Afghanistan (1989-1990)
Ambassador to Iran (1990-1992)
Permanent Representative to the UN, New York (1993-1995)
Ambassador to Saudi Arabia (1995-1999)
Visiting Professor, Centre for West Asian and African Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi (Dec 1999-May 2000)
Vice-Chancellor, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh (2000-2002)
Distinguished Fellow at the Observer Research Foundation, New Delhi (2002-2006)
Visiting Professor, Academy for Third World Studies, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi (2003-2005)
Co - Chairman, India-U.K. Round Table (2004-2006)
Member, National Security Advisory Board (2004-2006)
Chairman, Advisory Committee for Oil Diplomacy, Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas (2004-2005)
Chairman, Working Group on 'Confidence building measures across segments of society in the State', established by the second Round Table Conference of the Prime Minister on Jammu and Kashmir, held at Srinagar, 24-25 May, 2006; the report of the Working Group was adopted by the 3rd Round Table held at New Delhi, 24 April 2007
Chairman, Fifth Statutory National Commission for Minorities (March 2006-July 2007)
Vice President of India and ex officio Chairman, Rajya Sabha since 11th August 2007.
Awards : Padma Shri (1984)

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Thursday, February 14, 2008

Bhairon Singh Shekhawat


Bhairon Singh Shekhawat

Vice-President of India


Name : Bhairon Singh Shekhawat
Vice-President of India
Date of birth : October 23, 1923
Place of birth : Sikar, Rajasthan,India
Nationality: Indian
Gender: Male

Bharion Singh Shekhawat was born on October 23, 1923 in Khachriawas in Sikar district of Rajasthan. He served in that position since August 2002, when he was elected to a five-year term by the electoral college following the death of Krishan Kant. He resigned on July 21, 2007, after losing the presidential election to Pratibha Patil. He was the former Rajasthan Chief Minister and Bharatiya Janata Party politician.

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Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Krishan Kanth

Krishan Kanth

Vice-President of India


Name : Krishan Kanth
Vice-President of India
Date of birth : February 28, 1927
Date of Death : July 27, 2002
Place of birth : Amritsar, Punjab,India
Place of death : New Delhi
Nationality: Indian
Gender: Male

Krishan Kanth born on February 28, 1927 at Amritsar, Punjab in a family of freedom fighters. He was a writer and parliamentarian.He was the vice-president of India from 1997 until his death. He took part in the Indian independence movement as a youth and continued to be involved in politics, eventually being elected to Parliament. He served as governor of Andhra Pradesh from 1990 to 1997, becoming one of India's longest-serving governors. He was elected vice-president by Parliament as the joint candidate of the Indian National Congress and United Front. He died on July 27, 2002 in New Delhi.

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Monday, February 11, 2008

Gopal Swarup Pathak

G.S.Pathak

Vice-President of India


Name : G.S.Pathak
Full Name : Gopal Swarup Pathak
Vice-President of India
August 1969 to August 1974
Date of birth : February 26, 1896
Date of Death : October 4, 1982
Place of birth : Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh
Nationality: Indian
Gender: Male

Gopal Swarup Pathak was Vice-President of India from August 1969 to August 1974. Born on February 26, 1896 at Bareilly in Uttar Pradesh, he studied law at Allahabad University . He was the judge in Allahabad High Court 1945-46, member of Rajya Sabha 1960-66, Union Minister of Law 1966-67, Governor of Mysore state 1967-69 and Chancellor of Mysore University, Bangalore University and Karnataka University.He died on October 4, 1982.

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Dances Of India

classical dances : Bharata Natyam | Kathakali | Kathak | Manipuri | Kuchipudi | Odissi | Mohini Attam
Folk Dances North : Bhangra | Dhumal | Rouf | Lama Dance | Pangi Dances | Losar Shona Chuksam | Raas | Gidda | Dhamyal | Duph | Lahoor | Dhurang | Mali Dance | Tera Tali |
Folk Dances East : Bihu | Naga Dance | Hazagiri | Bamboo Dance | Nongkrem | Thang-Ta | Karma | Ponung | Brita or Vrita | Hurka Baul | Kali Nach | Ganta Patua | Paik | Dalkhai |
Folk Dances West : Gendi | Bhagoriya | Jawar | Garba | Dandiya | Kala | Dindi | Mando |
Folk Dances South : Dollu Kunitha |Dandaria | Karagam | Kummi | Kuttiyattam | Padavani | Kolam | Lava | Nicobarese |

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