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Message for 2017

New year 2017 is on horizon.

Everyone will enjoy firing crackers on 31st December eve around the globe. But, there is not a single message from an environmentalist yet! Otherwise, they are on full fire 15 days ahead of Diwali!

Santa Clause is a mythical character. But, people trust that story. Whereas shraaddh or kaag vaas (food offered to crows on shraddh days) is superstitious. What is in our puraaNas is mythical and superstitious.

Offering bilva leaves to mahaadeva during shraavaNa damages environment. But, cutting whole christmas trees is fine and no environmentalist is bothered at all!

Bird lovers feel sad for birds being wounded by kite flying on 14th of January. But, their sympathy is blown away in blues when people eat birds and kill birds!

Bathing in Gangaa to eradicate sins is superstitious but throwing coins in river for wishes is acceptable!

Tulasi vivaaha is superstitious but they have faith in christmas tree!

We do not oppose any religion. We want respect for our own religion and samskruti (culture)!

Finally, we pray God, touch feet of elders and share sweets to celebrate our new year whereas foreign cultures celebrate new year with alcohol!

(Translated what’s app message)

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Ask these to company

1. What’s the biggest change your group has gone through in the last year? Does your group feel like the tough times are over and things are getting better, or are things still pretty tough? What’s the plan to handle to either scenario?

2. If I get the job, how do I earn a “gold star” on my performance review? What are the key accomplishments you’d like to see in this role over the next year?

3. What’s your (or my future boss’) leadership style?

4. About which competitor are you most worried?

5. How does sales / operations / technology / marketing / finance work around here? (I.e., groups other than the one you’re interviewing for.)

6. What type of people are successful here? What type of people are not?

7. What’s one thing that’s key to this company’s success that somebody from outside the company wouldn’t know about?

8. How did you get your start in this industry? Why do you stay?

9. What are your group’s best and worst working relationships with other groups in the company? What are the pain points you have to deal with day-to-day?

10. What keeps you up at night? What’s your biggest worry these days?

11. What’s the timeline for making a decision on this position? When should I get back in touch with you?

12. It’s been tough economic times, and every position is precious when it comes to the budget. Why did you decide to hire somebody for this position instead of the many other roles / jobs you could have hired for? What about this position made you prioritize it over others?

13. What is your reward system? Is it a star system / team-oriented / equity-based / bonus-based / “attaboy!”-based? Why is that your reward system? What do you guys hope to get out of it, and what actually happens when you put it into practice? What are the positives and the negatives of your reward system? If you could change any one thing, what would it be?

14. What information is shared with the employees (revenues, costs, operating metrics)? Is this an “open book” shop, or do you play it closer to the vest? How is information shared? How do I get access to the information I need to be successful in this job?

15. If we are going to have a very successful year in 2016, what will that look like? What will we have done over the next 12 months to make it successful? How does this position help achieve those goals? (This question helps show your ability to look beyond today’s duties to the future more than a year away.)

16. How does the company / my future boss do performance reviews? How do I make the most of the performance review process to ensure that I’m doing the best I can for the company?

17. What is the rhythm to the work around here? Is there a time of year that it’s “all hands on deck” and we’re pulling all-nighters, or is it pretty consistent throughout the year? How about during the week / month? Is it pretty evenly spread throughout the week / month, or are there crunch days?

18. What type of industry / functional / skills-based experience and background are you looking for in the person who will fill this position? What would the “perfect” candidate look like? How do you assess my experience in comparison? What gaps do you see?

19. What is your (or my future boss’) hiring philosophy? Is it “hire the attitude / teach the skills” or are you primarily looking to add people with domain expertise first and foremost?

20. In my career, I’ve primarily enjoyed working with big / small / growing / independent / private / public / family-run companies. If that’s the case, how successful will I be at your firm?

21. Who are the heroes at your company? What characteristics do the people who are most celebrated have in common with each other? Conversely, what are the characteristics that are common to the promising people you hired, but who then flamed out and failed or left? As I’m considering whether or not I’d be successful here, how should I think about the experiences of the heroes and of the flame-outs?

(from email by Marc Cenedella)

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Low thyroid treatment

By Dr Mark Hyman:—

How You Can Overcome Hypothyroidism

I encourage you to take the following steps to rebalance your thyroid:

  • Make a thorough inventory of any of the symptoms that I mentioned in the previous hypothyroidism blog to see if you might suffer from hypothyroidism.
  • Get the right thyroid tests including TSH, free T3, free T4, TPO, and anti-thyroglobulin antibodies.
  • Check for celiac disease with a celiac panel.
  • Consider heavy metal toxicity.
  • Check your vitamin D level.

Once you have confirmed that a sluggish thyroid is contributing to your symptoms, the good news is that there are many, many, many things you can do to help correct thyroid problems.

I have developed a seven-step plan to address hypothyroidism:

  1. Treat the Underlying Causes — Identify and treat the underlying causes of hypothyroidism, like food allergies, gluten, heavy metals, nutritional deficiencies, and stress.
  2. Optimize Your Nutrition – Support your thyroid with optimal nutrition, including foods that contain iodine, zinc, omega-3 fats, selenium, and more.
  3. Minimize Stress – Eliminate adrenal exhaustion and minimize stress by engaging in a comprehensive stress management program.
  4. Exercise – Engage in thyroid stimulating exercise, which boosts thyroid function.
  5. Supplement – Use supplements to help enhance thyroid function, including all the nutrients needed for proper thyroid metabolism and function.
  6. Heat Therapy – Use saunas and heat to eliminate stored toxins, which interfere with thyroid function.
  7. Thyroid Hormones – Use thyroid hormone replacement therapy to help support your thyroid gland.

I believe a comprehensive approach is needed to address chronic thyroid issues and to diagnose them. Unfortunately, most of the options for healing by conventional care are quite limited and only provide a partial solution. But by following my seven-step plan you can achieve lifelong vibrant health.

More at: http://drhyman.com/blog/2010/05/20/a-7-step-plan-to-boost-your-low-thyroid-and-metabolis/

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Great Management Guru


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Message …..
Earn First. Consume Later..
Invest First. Spend Later.
Simplicity is the most precious asset that one should own.
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When any irritation gets into oyster it uses the same irritations to create a Pearl.
Message from Oyster……
“Create a pearl every time you face adversities”
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Eagle has a life of 60 years.
However after 30 years ,
it cannot fly and catch food .
So it breaks its own beak and wings .
New beak and wings grow in a few months.
The eagle can then fly and catch food .
The eagle sacrifices for a better  tomorrow!

Message from Eagle ….Upgrade your knowledge, skills and abilities continuously.
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Trees  teach  us Patience, Growth and Selfless Service.
Trees  begin  as a small seeds and grow in  stages.
The  higher  it grows; the more it needs to spread its roots deeper.
To grow as an individual, family or an organization we need to spread our roots deeply .
Trees also spread branches.
We should spread in various dimensions like personal, professional, social and spiritual.
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Chameleon changes colors, for self-protection and hiding from target food.
We should accommodate others wishes as much as people, environment and situation allows.
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Going bananas

At CCNY for a physiological psych class told his class about bananas.  He said the expression ‘going bananas’ is from the effects of bananas on the brain.  Read on:

 

Never, put your banana in the refrigerator!!!
This is interesting.

After reading this, you’ll never look at a banana in the same way again.

Bananas contain three natural sugars – sucrose, fructose and glucose combined with fiber. A banana gives an instant, sustained and substantial boost of energy.

Research has proven that just two bananas provide enough energy for a strenuous 90-minute workout. No wonder the banana is the number one fruit with the world’s leading athletes.

But energy isn’t the only way a banana can help us keep fit. It can also help overcome or prevent a substantial number of illnesses and conditions, making it a must to add to our daily diet.

Depression: According to a recent survey undertaken by MIND amongst people suffering from depression, many felt much better after eating a banana. This is because bananas contain tryptophan, a type of protein that the body converts into serotonin, known to make you relax, improve your mood and generally make you feel happier.

PMS: Forget the pills – eat a banana. The vitamin B6 it contains regulates blood glucose levels, which can affect your mood.

Anemia: High in iron, bananas can stimulate the production of hemoglobin in the blood and so helps in cases of anemia.

Blood Pressure: This unique tropical fruit is extremely high in potassium yet low in salt, making it perfect to beat blood pressure. So much so, the US Food and Drug Administration has just allowed the banana industry to make official claims for the fruit’s ability to reduce the risk of blood pressure and stroke.

 

Brain Power: 200 students at a Tw Ickenham (Middlesex) school (England) were helped through their exams this year by eating bananas at breakfast, break, and lunch in a bid to boost their brain power. Research has shown that the potassium-packed fruit can assist learning by making pupils more alert.

Constipation: High in fiber, including bananas in the diet can help restore normal bowel action, helping to overcome the problem without resorting to laxatives.

Hangovers: One of the quickest ways of curing a hangover is to make a banana milkshake, sweetened with honey.. The banana calms the stomach and, with the help of the honey, builds up depleted blood sugar levels, while the milk soothes and re-hydrates your system.

Heartburn: Bananas have a natural antacid effect in the body, so if you suffer from heartburn, try eating a banana for soothing relief.

Morning Sickness: Snacking on bananas between meals helps to keep blood sugar levels up and avoid morning sickness.

Mosquito bites: Before reaching for the insect bite cream, try rubbing the affected area with the inside of a banana skin. Many people find it amazingly successful at reducing swelling and irritation.

Nerves: Bananas are high in B vitamins that help calm the nervous system.

Overweight: and at work? Studies at the Institute of Psychology in Austria found pressure at work leads to gorging on comfort food like chocolate and chips. Looking at 5,000 hospital patients, researchers found the most obese were more likely to be in high-pressure jobs. The report concluded that, to avoid panic-induced food cravings, we need to control our blood sugar levels by snacking on high carbohydrate foods every two hours to keep levels steady.

Ulcers: The banana is used as the dietary food against intestinal disorders because of its soft texture and smoothness. It is the only raw fruit that can be eaten without distress in over-chronicler cases. It also neutralizes over-acidity and reduces irritation by coating the lining of the stomach.

Temperature control: Many other cultures see bananas as a ‘cooling’ fruit that can lower both the physical and emotional temperature of expectant mothers. In Thailand, for example, pregnant women eat bananas to ensure their baby is born with a cool temperature.

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD): Bananas can help SAD sufferers because they contain the natural mood Enhancer tryptophan.

Smoking &Tobacco Use: Bananas can also help people trying to give up smoking. The B6, B12 they contain, as well as the potassium and magnesium found in them, help the body recover from the effects of nicotine withdrawal.

Stress: Potassium is a vital mineral, which helps normalize the heartbeat, sends oxygen to the brain and regulates your body’s water balance. When we are stressed, our metabolic rate rises, thereby reducing our potassium levels. These can be rebalanced with the help of a high-potassium banana snack.

Strokes: According to research in The New England Journal of Medicine, eating bananas as part of a regular diet can cut the risk of death by strokes by as much as 40%!

Warts: Those keen on natural alternatives swear that if you want to kill off a wart, take a piece of banana skin and place it on the wart, with the yellow side out. Carefully hold the skin in place with a plaster or surgical tape!

 

So, a banana really is a natural remedy for many ills. When you compare it to an apple, it has four times the protein, twice the carbohydrate, three times the phosphorus, five times the vitamin A and iron, and twice the other vitamins and minerals. It is also rich in potassium and is one of the best value foods around So maybe it’s time to change that well-known phrase so that we say, ‘A banana a day keeps the doctor away!’

(from email circulation)

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Calories in Gujarati Food

BREAKFAST, SNACKS
Serving Size
Calories
FAT (gms)
Chevdo
3.5 oz
300
21
Papdi Gathia
3.5 oz
580
52
Fried Chana Daal
3.5 oz
160
30
Farsi Puri
1 puri
200
7
Khari Biscuit
1 biscuit
428
27
Khakhra
1 khakhra
80
9
 

Chakri/Murruku

3.5 oz
592
32
Bhakarwadi
1 bhakarwadi
466
20
REGULAR FOOD
SERVING
CALORIES
FAT (gms)
CARB (gms)
Rotli/chappati
2
100
2
22
Fruit Salad
1/2 cup
60
15
Khaman Dhokra
2 pieces
80
2
15
Tindora/Fansi/Parwal
1 cup
50
4
5
Rice
1/2 cup
80
15
Kadhi
1 cup
127
5
15
Raita
1 cup
107
4.5
12
Salad: carrot, cucumber, tomato
1/2 cup
25
0
5
Papad-baked
1 serving
29
2.5
6.9
Total
658
20
111
OCCASIONAL FOOD
SERVING
CALORIES
FAT (gms)
CARB (gms)
Puri
2 puris
105
22
15
Shreekhand
1/2 cup
178
15
30
Ladoo
1 piece
245
15
30
Potato/Eggplant Shaak
1/2 cup
75
10
15
Fried Bhinda Shaak
1/2 cup
266
21
5
Rice
1 cup
160
0
30
Kadhi
1 cup
127
5
15
Butter or Ghee
1 tsp
45
5
0
Samosa
1
369
17
15
Mango Pickle
1 tbs
22
9
0
Paapad (fried)
1
347
18
15
Total
1939
137
170
DESSERT AND SWEETS
SERVING
CALORIES
Puran Puri
1
250
Magaj
1
250
Barfi
1
100
Gajar Halwa
1
570
Gulab Jambu
1
100
Jalebi
1
200
Mysore Paak
1
357
Penda
1
250
(From email circulation)  

 

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THE POWER OF POSITIVE TALK

THE POWER OF POSITIVE TALK-

By the GREAT Dr. ABDUL KALAM

I remember my dad teaching me the power of language at a very young age. Not only did my dad understand that specific words affect our mental pictures, but he understood words are a powerful programming factor in lifelong success.
One particularly interesting event occurred when I was eight. As a kid, I was always climbing trees, poles, and literally hanging around upside down from the rafters of our lake house. So, it came to no surprise for my dad to find me at the top of a 30-foot tree swinging back and forth. My little eight-year-old brain didn’t realize the tree could break or I could get hurt. I just thought it was fun to be up so high.

My older cousin, Tammy, was also in the same tree. She was hanging on the first big limb, about ten feet below me. Tammy’s mother also noticed us at the exact time my dad did. About that time a huge gust of wind came over the tree. I could hear the leaves start to rattle and the tree begin to sway. I remember my dad’s voice over the wind yell, “Bart, Hold on tightly.” So I did. The next thing I know, I heard Tammy screaming at the top of her lungs, laying flat on the ground. She had fallen out of the tree.
I scampered down the tree to safety. My dad later told me why she fell and I did not. Apparently, when Tammy’s mother felt the gust of wind, she yelled out, “Tammy, don’t fall!” And Tammy did. fall.

My dad then explained to me that the mind has a very difficult time processing a negative image. In fact, people who rely on internal pictures cannot see a negative at all. In order for Tammy to process the command of not falling, her nine-year-old brain had to first imagine falling, then try to tell the brain not to do what it just imagined. Whereas, my eight-year-old brain instantly had an internal image of me hanging on tightly.
This concept is especially useful when you are attempting to break a habit or set a goal. You can’t visualize not doing something. The only way to properly visualize not doing something is to actually find a word for what you want to do and visualize that. For example, when I was thirteen years old, I played for my junior high school football team. I tried so hard to be good, but I just couldn’t get it together at that age. I remember hearing the words run through my head as I was running out for a pass, “Don’t drop it!” Naturally, I dropped the ball.

My coaches were not skilled enough to teach us proper “self-talk.” They just thought some kids could catch and others couldn’t. I’ll never make it pro, but I’m now a pretty good Sunday afternoon football player, because all my internal dialogue is positive and encourages me to win. I wish my dad had coached me playing football instead of just climbing trees. I might have had a longer football career.

Here is a very easy demonstration to teach your kids and your friends the power of a toxic vocabulary. Ask them to hold a pen or pencil. Hand it to them. Now, follow my instructions carefully. Say to them, “Okay, try to drop the pencil.” Observe what they do.
Most people release their hands and watch the pencil hit the floor. You respond, “You weren’t paying attention. I said TRY to drop the pencil. Now please do it again.” Most people then pick up the pencil and pretend to be in excruciating pain while their hand tries but fails to drop the pencil.

The point is made.
If you tell your brain you will “give it a try,” you are actually telling your brain to fail. I have a “no try” rule in my house and with everyone I interact with. Either people will do it or they won’t. Either they will be at the party or they won’t. I’m brutal when people attempt to lie to me by using the word try. Do they think I don’t know they are really telegraphing to the world they have no intention of doing it but they want me to give them brownie points for pretended effort? You will never hear the words “I’ll try” come out of my mouth unless I’m teaching this concept in a seminar.

If you “try” and do something, your unconscious mind has permission not to succeed. If I truly can’t make a decision I will tell the truth. “Sorry John. I’m not sure if I will be at your party or not. I’ve got an outstanding commitment. If that falls through, I will be here. Otherwise, I will not. Thanks for the invite.”
People respect honesty. So remove the word “try” from your vocabulary.

My dad also told me that psychologists claim it takes seventeen positive statements to offset one negative statement. I have no idea if it is true, but the logic holds true. It might take up to seventeen compliments to offset the emotional damage of one harsh criticism.
These are concepts that are especially useful when raising children.

Ask yourself how many compliments you give yourself daily versus how many criticisms. Heck, I know you are talking to yourself all day long. We all have internal voices that give us direction.
So, are you giving yourself the 17:1 ratio or are you shortchanging yourself with toxic self-talk like, ” I’m fat. Nobody will like me. I’ll try this diet. I’m not good enough. I’m so stupid. I’m broke, etc. etc.”
If our parents can set a lifetime of programming with one wrong statement, imagine the kind of programming you are doing on a daily basis with your own internal dialogue.
Here is a list of Toxic Vocabulary words.
Notice when you or other people use them.
Ø But: Negates any words that are stated before it.
Ø Try: Presupposes failure.
Ø If: Presupposes that you may not.
Ø Might: It does nothing definite. It leaves options for your listener..
Ø Would Have: Past tense that draws attention to things that didn’t actually happen.
Ø Should Have: Past tense that draws attention to things that didn’t actually happen (and implies guilt.)
Ø Could Have: Past tense that draws attention to things that didn’t actually happen but the person tries to take credit as if it did happen.
Ø Can’t/Don’t: These words force the listener to focus on exactly the opposite of what you want. This is a classic mistake that parents and coaches make without knowing the damage of this linguistic error.
Examples:
Toxic phrase: “Don’t drop the ball!”
Likely result: Drops the ball
Better language: “Catch the ball!”
Toxic phrase: “You shouldn’t watch so much television.”
Likely result: Watches more television.
Better language: “I read too much television makes people stupid. You might find yourself turning that TV off and picking up one of those books more often!”
Exercise:
Take a moment to write down all the phrases you use on a daily basis or any Toxic self-talk that you have noticed yourself using. Write these phrases down so you will begin to catch yourself as they occur and change them.

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GK

No.

Question

Answer

01

The theory of relativity was propounded by

Albert Einstein

02

The principal metal used in manufacturing steel is

Iron

03

An alimeter is used for measuring

Altitude

04

Oology is the study of

Birds eggs

05

Radioactivity was discovered by

Henry Bacquerel

06

The metal used in storage batteries is

Lead

07

The instrument used to measure the relative humidity of air is

Hygrometer

08

Barometer was invented by

Torricelli

09

The unit of power is

Watt

10

Radium was discovered by

Marie and Pierrie Curie

11

The existence of isotopes was discovered by

Frederick Soddy

12

Dynamo was invented by

Michael Faraday

13

The nuclear reactor was invented by

Enrico Ferni

14

The law of gravitation was propounded by

Sir Isaac Newton

15

Crescograph was invented by

J.C.Bose

16

Crescograph is used to measure the

Rate of growth of a plant

17

Galileo’s first scientific discovery was

Pendulum

18

Microscope was invented by

Aaton Van Leewen Hock

19

The scientist who is known as father of modern biology is

Aristotle

20

The first person to see a cell under microscope was

Robert Hooke

21

The smallest flowering plant is

Worffia

22

The four blood groups were discovered by

Karl Landsteiner

23

Sodium was discovered by

Sir Humphry Davy

24

The atomic number of oxygen is

Eight

25

The basic building blocks of proteins are

Amino acids

26

The botanical name of the cotton plant is

Gossipium Hirsutum

27

An Electroscope is used to

Detect charges on a body

28

The unit of loudness is

Phon

29

An ammeter is used to measure

Electric current

30

Plant that eat insects are called

Insectivorous plants

31

Fruits that are formed without fertilization are called

Parthenocarpic

32

Plants that flower only once in their lifetime are called

Mono carpic

33

The botanical name for rice is

Oryza Sativa

34

Penicillin is obtained from

Mould

35

The largest tree in the world is

Seguoia Gigantica

36

Herpetology is the study of

Reptiles

37

Entomology is the study of

Insects

38

Ornithology is the study of

Birds

39

Ichtyology is the study of

Fishes

40

Osteology is the study of

Bones

41

The botanical name for brinjal is

Solanum melongenal

42

The botanical name for onion is

Allium Cepa

43

The study of sound is called

Acoustics

44

The study of heavenly bodies is called

Astronomy

45

The study of tissues is called

Histology

46

Electric Lamp was invented by

Thomas alva Edison

47

The fear of crowd is called

Ochlophobia

48

The fear of books is called

Bibliophobia

49

The fear of going to bed is called

Clinophobia

50

The symbol of gold is

Au

51

The symbol of sodium is

Na

52

The symbol of Sr stands for

Strontium

53

The symbol Rb stands for

Rubidium

54

The symbol Md stands for

Mendelevium

55

Calcium sulphate is commonly called

Plaster of Paris

56

Sodium carbonate is commonly called

Washing Soda

57

Sodium chloride is commonly known as

Common Salt

58

The chemical name of Chloroform is

Trichloromethane

59

The chemical name of baking powder is

Sodium bicarbonate

60

The chemical name of bleaching powder is

Calcium hypochlorite

61

The formula HCL stands for

Hydrochloric Acid

62

The formula H2SO4 stands for

Sulphuric Acid

63

The formula CHCI3 stands for

Trichloromethane

64

The formula H2O2 stands for

Hydrogen peroxide

65

A fungus which can only survive on other living organisms is called

Obligate Parasite

66

A plant which lives in the dark is called

Scotophyte

67

A plant adapted to live in dry places is called a

Xerophyte

68

A plant adapted for growth in water is called a

Hydrophyte

69

Bifocal lens was invented by

Benjamin Franklin

70

Cement was invented by

Joseph Aspdin

71

Laser was invented by

Dr.Charles H.Townes

72

Electromagnet was invented by

William Sturgeon

73

Rayon was invented by

Sir Joseph Swann

74

Thermostat is an instrument used for regulating

Constant temperature

75

The science of organic forms and structures is known as

Morphology

76

Phycology is the study of

Algae

77

Tata Institute of Fundamental Research was established in

1945

78

CSIR stands for

Council of Scientific and Industrial Research

79

ISRO stands for

Indian Space Research Organisation

80

The first human being to land on moon was

Neil Armstrong

81

The first Indian in space was

Rakesh Sharma

82

ISAC stands for

ISRO Satellite Centre

83

VSSC stands for

Vikram Sarabhai space Centre

84

The headquarters of ISRO is located at

Bangalore

85

VSSC is located at

Thiruvananthapuram

86

ISAC is located at

Bangalore

87

National Science Centre is located at

New Delhi

88

Central Tobacco Research Institute is located at

Rajahmundry

89

Indian Institute of Horticultural Research is located at

Bangalore

90

The Atomic Energy Commission was set up in

August 1948

91

The first Indian Satellite was

Aryabhatta

92

The first Indian Satellite was launched in the year

1975

93

ASLV stands for

Augmented Satellite Launch Vehicle

94

INSAT stands for

Indian National Satellite

95

The fear of women is known as

Gynophobia

96

The fear of men is known as

Androphobia

97

The scientist who developed the Quantum theory was

Max Plonck

98

The steam engine was invented by

James Watt

99

The botanical name of tea is

Camellia Sinensis

100

Logarithms were devised by

John Napier

101

The acid used in a car battery is

Sulphuric acid

102

The system for writing by blind people was invented by

Louis Braille

103

The parachute was used for the first time by

J.P.Blanchard

104

The German physicit who first demonstrated the existence of Radio waves was

Henrich Hertz

105

The instrument that records the intensity of earthquakes is

Seismograph

106

The laws of floating bodies was discovered by

Archimedes

107

The density of milk is measured by a

Lactometer

108

Fountain pen was invented by

L.E.Waterman

109

The instrument used to measure the pressure of gases is the

Monometer

110

Bhaskara I was a famous

Astronomer

111

The first atomic power station established in India was the

Tarapore Atomic Power Station

112

The role of heredity was demonstrated by

Mendel

113

The instrument used to measure the concentration of salt water is the

Salinometer

114

Spectroscopy is the study of

Anders John Angstrom

115

Dactylography is the study of

Finger Prints

116

A tangent galvanometer is used to study the

Strength of direct current

117

The fruit of Oak is called

Acron

118

ZETA stands for

Zero Energy Thermonuclear Assembly

119

The formula C6H5OH stands for

Phenol

120

Michael Faraday worked as an assistant under another scientist whose name was

Sir Humphry Davy

121

Vulcanised rubber was invented by

Charles Goodyear

122

The symbol Zn stands for

Zinc

123

The symbol He stands for

Helium

124

Celluloid was invented by

A.Parker

125

Glider was invented by

Sir George Caley

126

Safety matches was invented by

J.E.Lundstrom

127

Radio valve was invented by

Sir J.A.Fleming

128

Space Applications Centre is located at

Ahmedabad

129

Atomic Energy Commission is located at

Mumbai

130

Dynamics is the study of

Movements of bodies

131

Statics is the study of

Forces acting on bodies at rest

132

Mechanics is the study of

Forces acting on bodies

133

Zoology is the study of

Animal life

134

Botany is the study of

Plant life

135

Psychology is the study of

Human mind

136

The first American to orbit earth was

John H.Glen

137

The electro-cardiograph was invented by

William Einthoven

138

The molecular formula of cane sugar is

C12H22O11

139

A compound which contains only hydrogen and Carbon is called a

Hydrocarbon

140

The liquid used to preserve specimens of plans and animals is

Formalin

141

The law of segregaton was propounded by

Mendel

142

Auriscope is used to detect

Ear disorders

143

The three states of matter are

Solid,liquid and gas

144

The scientific name for blood platelets is

Thrombocytes

145

The response of a plant to heat is called

Thermotropism

146

The response of a plant to touch is called

Trigmotropism

147

The symbol Zr stands for

Zirconium

148

Nickel was discovered by

Cronstledt

149

Manganese was discovered by

Gahn

150

The common name for pottasium carbonate is

Potash

151

Bismuth was discovered by

Valentine

152

The biggest plant seed is

Cocodemer

153

Toxicology is the study of

Poisons

154

Virology is the study of

Viruses

155

Paleontology is the study of

Fossils

156

Calorimeter is used to measure

Quantity of heat

157

Chronometer was invented by

John Harrison

158

Stethoscope was invented by

William Stockes

159

Spinning frame was invented by

Sir Richard Arkwright

160

Al stands for

Aluminium

161

Gd stands for

Gadolinium

162

Ir stands for

Iridium

163

Bi stands for

Bismuth

164

The Chemical formula of sodium bicarbonate is

NaHCO3

165

The chemical formula of common salt is

Nacl

166

The chemical formula of washing soda is

Na2CO3,IOH2O

167

The chemical formula of lime soda is

CaCO3

168

The chemical formula of chloroform is

CHcl3

169

The study of grasses is known as

Agrostology

170

The study of antiquities is known as

Archaeology

171

The study of the duration of life is known as

Chronobiology

172

The study of bacteria is known as

Bacteriology

173

Nylon was invented by

Dr.Wallace H.Carothers

174

Electric razor was invented by

Jacob Schick

175

The symbol of silver is

Ag

176

The symbol of silicon is

Si

(Compiled from e-mail chain)

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Stages of life

(compiled from e-mail received)
>
>> > THE MALE STAGES OF LIFE
>> > ======================
>> > AGE DRINK
>> > 17 beer
>> > 25 beer
>> > 35 vodka
>> > 48 double vodka
>> > 66 Maalox
>> >
>> > SEDUCTION LINE
>> > 17 My parents are away for the weekend.
>> > 25 My girlfriend is away for the weekend.
>> > 35 My fiancee is away for the weekend.
>> > 48 My wife is away for the weekend.
>> > 66 My wife is dead.
>> >
>> > FAVORITE SPORT
>> > 17 sex
>> > 25 sex
>> > 35 sex
>> > 48 sex
>> > 66 napping
>> >
>> > DRUG
>> > 17 pot
>> > 25 coke
>> > 35 really good coke
>> > 48 power
>> > 66 Ex-lax
>> >
>> > DEFINITION OF A SUCCESSFUL DATE
>> > 17 “tongue”
>> > 25 “breakfast”
>> > 35 “She didn’t set back my therapy.”
>> > 48 “I didn’t have to meet her kids.”
>> > 66 “Got home alive.”
>> >
>> > FAVORITE FANTASY
>> > 17 getting to third
>> > 25 airplane sex
>> > 35 menage a trois
>> > 48 taking the company public
>> > 66 Swiss maid and a Nazi love slave
>> >
>> > HOUSE PET
>> > 17 roaches
>> > 25 stoned-out college roommate
>> > 35 Irish setter
>> > 48 children from first marriage
>> > 66 dust bunnys
>> >
>> > WHAT’S THE IDEAL AGE TO GET MARRIED?
>> > 17 25
>> > 25 35
>> > 35 48
>> > 48 66
>> > 66 17
>> >
>> > IDEAL DATE
>> > 17 Triple Stephen King feature at a drive-in
>> > 25 “Split the check before we go back to my place”
>> > 35 sex in the company jet on the way to Vegas.
>> > 48 “Just come over.”
>> > 66 “Just come over and cook.”
>> >
>> >
>> > THE FEMALE STAGES OF LIFE
>> > =========================
>> > AGE DRINK
>> > 17 Wine Coolers
>> > 25 White wine
>> > 35 Red wine
>> > 48 Dom Perignon
>> > 66 Ensure
>> >
>> > EXCUSES FOR REFUSING DATES
>> > 17 Need to wash my hair
>> > 25 Need to wash and condition my hair
>> > 35 Need to color my hair
>> > 48 Need to have Francois color my hair
>> > 66 Need to have Francois color my wig
>> >
>> > FAVORITE SPORT
>> > 17 shopping
>> > 25 shopping
>> > 35 shopping
>> > 48 shopping
>> > 66 shopping
>> >
>> > DRUG
>> > 17 shopping
>> > 25 shopping
>> > 35 shopping
>> > 48 shopping
>> > 66 shopping
>> >
>> > DEFINITION OF A SUCCESSFUL DATE
>> > 17 “Burger King”
>> > 25 “Free meal”
>> > 35 “A diamond”
>> > 48 “A bigger diamond”
>> > 66 “Home Alone”
>> >
>> > FAVORITE FANTASY
>> > 17 tall, dark, and handsome
>> > 25 tall, dark, and handsome with money
>> > 35 tall, dark, and handsome with money and a brain
>> > 48 a man with hair
>> > 66 a man
>> >
>> > HOUSE PET
>> > 17 Muffy the cat
>> > 25 Unemployed boyfriend and Muffy the Cat
>> > 35 Irish setter and Muffy the Cat
>> > 48 Children from first marriage and Muffy the Cat
>> > 66 Retired husband dabbles in taxidermy, stuffs Muffy the Cat
>> >
>> > WHAT’S THE IDEAL AGE TO GET MARRIED?
>> > 17 17
>> > 25 25
>> > 35 35
>> > 48 48
>> > 66 66
>> >
>> > IDEAL DATE
>> > 17 He offers to pay
>> > 25 He pays
>> > 35 He cooks breakfast the next morning
>> > 48 He cooks breakfast the next morning for the kids
>> > 66 He can chew breakfast