Monday, June 24, 2013

pakistan wheather should be watched closely

Pakistan must keep close watch on weather

(IANS) / 25 June 2013

Pakistan must closely watch for weather systems approaching the country that may cause a disaster situation, warned a Pakistani daily following the calamity in India’s mountainous Uttarakhand state.
An editorial in The News said that cloudbursts have induced massive landslides and flash floods in India’s Mandakini river.
“The swollen river washed away houses, shops, apartment buildings, hotels and bridges on its way — along with unsuspecting locals and visitors. Flood-related deaths have also been reported in Himachal Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh and in neighbouring Nepal,” the daily said.
The toll is over 500 with thousands still stranded.
“This disaster was so unpredictable that even the most capable agencies would have been caught off guard — and the Indian military has been deployed to rescue the affected,” it said.
The daily said that disasters such as these offer deep insights about the climate change issues we face the world over.
“Pakistan must also closely watch for weather systems approaching the country that may cause a disaster situation — and start preparing from now for the inevitable human and material losses that come with these disasters.”
“The consequences of the devastating floods in Pakistan — the worst in 2010 — over the past three years still linger. People are displaced, crops ruined, and homes destroyed,” it said.

Friday, June 14, 2013

what is the name of your car | sardar car name

Sardar: What is the name of your car?
Lady: I forgot the name, but is starts with 'T'.
Sardar: Oh, what a strange car, starts with Tea. All cars that I know start with petrol..

where were you born | you were born |

Boss: Where were you born?
Sardarji: India ..
Boss: which part?
Sardarji: What 'which part'? Whole body was born in India .

Monday, June 10, 2013

how to defend dengue | dengue disease | symptoms of dengue | dengue prevention | what is dengue disease | how to prevent dengue | dengue fever prevention | prevention dengue | prevention for dengue fever | preventing dengue fever

What is Dengue Fever?

Dengue fever also known as break bone fever are acute febrile diseases transmitted by mosquitoes, which occur in the tropics, can be life-threatening, and are caused by four closely related virus serotypes of the genus Flavivirus, family Flaviviridae. The mosquitoes that spread dengue usually bite at dusk and dawn but may bite at any time during the day, especially indoors, in shady areas, or when the weather is cloudy.
Signs and symptoms
The disease manifests as fever of sudden onset associated with headache, muscle and joint pains (myalgias and arthralgias—severe pain that gives it the nickname break-bone fever or bonecrusher disease), distinctive retro-orbital pain, and rash.
Precaution measures to be safe 
1. All water from room cooler should be taken out.
2. Don’t let the water get accumulated near the plants and inside plant pots
3. Cover your face and body at dawn and dusk
4. Apply anti mosquito lotion on the uncovered parts of your body
5. Cover your body and face while walking in the garden/park.
6. Use anti mosquito spray in the house at evening.
7. Don’t let the people dumped garbage near your house.
8. Cover your saved water pots.
9. Keep the old tyres of vehicles in proper shape so that rain water does not get accumulated in them.
"The Srilankan team that visited Pakistan said that dengue has just started in Pakistan and it will increase in coming days but the good news is that 95% cases of dengue will not be deadly, only 5% needs extra attention of doctors. So don’t be scared if you got fever. Don’t rush to hospital for test until you feel that your fever is not going despite taking normal fever medicines. On top of all, if you got dengue PLEASE DO NOT STOP EATING, TAKE JUICES AND EAT AS MUCH AS YOU CAN."
Contact the nearest Government hospital indications appears where health care facilities will be available free of cost.

Thursday, June 6, 2013

rafael nadal and novak djokovic in semi finals excellent game and nice picture

The collision of Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic here in the semi-finals of the French Open has looked as inevitable as a rush-hour traffic jam on the Périphérique and the two juggernauts duly booked their showdown. Nadal, the seven-times champion of Roland Garros, and Djokovic, the world No 1, will meet on Friday for the right to face Jo-Wilfried Tsonga or David Ferrer in Sunday's final.

There was an appropriate symmetry about the two favourites' quarter-final matches, which finished within five minutes of each other. Nadal was the first into the winners' enclosure, beating Stan Wawrinka 6-2, 6-3, 6-1 after an hour and 56 minutes on Philippe Chatrier Court. Djokovic might have beaten Nadal by a short head if he had not failed to serve out for the match against Tommy Haas when he led 5-4 in the third set on Suzanne Lenglen Court, but the Serb broke back immediately and won 6-3, 7-6, 7-5 after two hours and 13 minutes.

lovely bird

lovely photo of mouse

who is your favorate cricket player tell us

Who Is Your Favourite Cricket Player??

Rajasthan Royals co-owner Raj Kundra has confessed to betting on IPL

Rajasthan Royals co-owner Raj Kundra has confessed to betting on IPL matches, including matches involving his own team, Delhi's police commissioner has said. Kundra and his friend and business partner Umesh Goenka were called in for questioning by the Delhi Police at their Special Cell office, which lasted eight hours.
"Raj Kundra has confessed to betting," Neeraj Kumar, the Delhi Police commissioner, told reporters. "He would place bets through Umesh Goenka, who is a bookie."
Kumar's statements came a day after the police interrogated the two intensively.The questions pertained to the operations of the Rajasthan Royals team, ownership patterns, security measures and processes in place. Goenka made a statement before a magistrate which can be treated as evidence in court, while Kundra submitted a written statement in front of a police officer.
Though Goenka doesn't have anything directly to do with the Royals management, he and Kundra, who bought a 11.7 per cent stake in the Royals ahead of IPL's 2009 edition, are partners in a steel business unit. According to PTI, Goenka's name cropped up during Royals' bowler Siddharth Trivedi's statement in front of a magistrate at the Delhi Police special cell last week. Trivedi, the report said, had told the magistrate that Goenka had sought information related to team formation from him. 

Shilpa Shetty and Raj Kundra arrive at the hotel for the IPL auction, Bangalore, January 8, 2011
Following the questioning, Kundra lashed out at the media via his twitter account for its coverage of the story. "Good morning woke up to news raj kundra faces the heat. yes it's very hot in Mumbai. Media has misconstrued everything using unreliable sources. Try speaking to the Main guys at crime branch. Why does media hype things and make such stupid claims to sell news. Is there an arrest warrant? I am back home in Mumbai. Kindly let Delhi crime branch do their work. media stop using derogatory statements," he tweeted.
The interrogation was part of the investigation into the arrests of three Rajasthan Royals players allegedly for spot-fixing during the Indian Premier League's sixth edition. The arrests of S Sreesanth, Ajit Chandila and Ankeet Chavan were followed by those of several bookies and Chennai Super Kings' team management member Gurunath Meiyappan, son-in-law of BCCI chief N Srinivasan who was later released on bail.
It was followed by former BCCI secretary Sanjay Jagdale, who had signed the tripartite player contracts involved between the BCCI, franchises and players and IPL chief operating officer Sundar Raman visiting the Delhi police headquarters for providing requisite information.
The corruption scandal has overshadowed the on-field performance of Rajasthan Royals during the sixth edition of the IPL, which concluded on May 26. The Royals finished third this season, their first top-four finish since their triumphant campaign in IPL's inaugural edition in 2008. Since the 2008 triumph, Royals have been embroiled in various controversies.
The team - owned by a consortium of four business conglomerates - was often accused of having been given by soft corner by founding chairman Lalit Modi. Suresh Chellaram, whose family owns the largest stake in the Royals, is Modi's brother-in-law. As a result, Modi's ouster from the BCCI and IPL was soon followed by the BCCI expelling Rajasthan Royals and Kings XI Punjab for a breach of the franchise agreement. However, Royals took the legal recourse and were reinstated into the IPL well in time before the 2011 auction.
The Royals have also been under the scanner for their monetary flow, with the Enforcement Directorate having issued multiple notices to them for an alleged breach of regulations. With the ownership pattern and monetary transactions being questioned time and again, the moneyball team of the IPL has been in the news more for off the field activities than on it since the inaugural season. 

tags: rajasthan royals | rr | ipl 6 | spot fixing | match fixing | raj kundra | shilpa shetty | delhi police | bcci | may 26 | modi's | franchises  

great news from australia coral sea

Great news for the Coral Sea

Great news from Australia, as the House of Representatives voted yes to moving forward with plans for the Coral Sea Marine Reserve.

This follows the Coalition (the opposition party in Australia) giving notice that they would move to disallow the Coral Sea and other marine park management plans. The government brought on a debate on the issue and the House voted yes to the Coral Sea Marine Reserve and yes to other new marine parks.

The OceanElders have been campaigning hard to raise awareness on this issue and it was a pleasure to be in Australia recently to receive the first ever Global Ocean Protectors Award from the Australian Government on our behalf.

We wholeheartedly support the Australian government’s commitment to the network of marine parks. It is perhaps the most important thing that this government has done while in power, and a wonderful lasting legacy.

However, if the current government lose the next election, it is vital that any new government does not undo all the good work by overturning these decisions in the future.

tags: australia | great news | under water swimming | sea diving | coral sea | good news | 

Tuesday, June 4, 2013

pakistan capital city islamabad nice place to visit

Pakistan is situated in south asia capital city of pakistan is islamabad. pakistan is situated in very important position in asia. islamabad is capital of pakistan and beautiful place.  pakistan;s 1st capital was karachi
who is social and economic hub of pakistan .

pakistan capital islamabad is nice place to visit when u visit to pakistan you should visit to islamabad there are almost 35 places were you can visit n enjoy.

the standard of living in pakistan capital islamabad is very high you will enjoy visit here .

see some cool views of islamabd and enjoy

A restaurant at Daman-e-Koh picnic spot, Islamabad, Pakistan

Faiza Abad View, Islamabad, Pakistan

hope you will like the information about pakistan capital islamabad

very nice qoute about rejection to boost u

looking to be true

funny cat with its opinion on internet very loveable

funniest pic of cat about internet

nice view icc champions trophy complete schedule highlited with pakistan matches

jpeg schedule of icc champions trophy 2013

amazing accident real video taken from cctv cameras

real view fo amazing accident

excellent pic of love with animals with big size difference

love to animals

Saturday, June 1, 2013

mian mohammad nawaz sharif nominated for pm by pml n parliamentary party

PML-N Parliamentary Party at its meeting at the Parliament House in Islamabad unanimously nominated Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif as candidate of the party for the office of the Prime Minister.
Addressing Parliamentary Party meeting‚ Mian Nawaz Sharif thanked Almighty Allah that PML(N) got a clear mandate in the elections and it will not have to make compromises for Government formation.
He said if his party had not been given clear mandate‚ he would have preferred to sit outside the government than making compromises.
Mian Nawaz Sharif said the country is facing daunting challenges like instable economy‚ poverty‚ unemployment‚ load-shedding and terrorism but expressed his resolve to address them squarely.
He said instead of spreading begging bowl before others‚ we will have to make the country stand on its own feet.
The PML(N) leader cautioned his party men that we will have to come up to national aspirations and safeguard national interests.
PML-N parliamentary party nominates Nawaz Sharif as candidate for PM
upcomming prime minister of pakistan mian mohammad nawaz sharif