Yahoo mail  

Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Yahoo mail is a famous mail where most of us will have a Yahoo ID. The main feature of yahoo mail is we can get E-mail updates to our mobile phone itself. We can receive this Email updates even If we are not logged into computer. And it has now increased its storage from 1GB to unlimited storage.

Try using the new yahoo beta version.

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In January, 1948, Jawaharlal Nehru spoke of secularism thus : “We shall proceed on secular and national lines in keeping with the powerful trends towards internationalism ... India will be a land, as in the past, of many faiths equally honoured and respected, but of one national outlook, not, I hope, a narrow nationalism living in its own shell but rather the tolerant, creative nationalism which, believing in itself and the genius of the people, takes full part in the establishment of an international order.”

The goal of One World is still far, far away, but since independence the Government of this country has undeniably kept itself aloof from religious controversies, not taking any side and taking all possible measures to ensure to every citizen full religious freedom in accordance with enlightened opinion all the world over, except in the Islamic countries where the tenets of Islam are enforced by law and the whole polity is declared as Islamic, not secular in any sense. In fact, Islam, like most other religions, regards secularism as a dangerous challenge.

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Google Maps  

Tuesday, December 9, 2008

I just Want to tell you something about Google Maps.. We can search any place with specified locations on Google Maps. It provides a clear picture of whatever we want. we can sit in the chair and we can search for any places around the world... It is designed in such a way that it is an Interactive one and it provides clear pictures. It provides clear path and directions also... It's really amazing that how google has created such a wonderful thing it will be useful for all...

Here after we don need to worry about Going to new places Lets have Google maps with us. it will provide a way for us..

if u want to see your desired location visit the below address..

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Building a High-Energy Food Plan  

Sunday, December 7, 2008

If you are like Paul and the majority of my clients, you know that food is important for fueling the body and investing in overall health, but you don’t quite manage to eat right. Perhaps you sleep through breakfast, work through lunch, skimp on meals, or stuff yourself with not-so-healthful snacks. Students, parents, business people, casual exercisers, and competitive athletes alike repeatedly express their frustrations about trying to eat high-quality diets. The stress and fatigue associated with long work hours, well-intentioned attempts to lose weight, and efforts to schedule exercise can all mean that food becomes more of a source of stress than one of life’s pleasures. Given today’s grab-and-go culture, eating well can seem harder than ever.

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Involuntary and voluntary attention  

Attention may be involuntary or passive, and voluntary or active. Involuntary attention is given without or even against will. Voluntary attention results from a direct act of the will. If the subject attended to is not a barren one, voluntary attention passes into interested attention. As Wright points out, in study voluntary attention and interested attention are both indispensable: “Interest is the driving power, the engine; voluntary attention is the streering wheel.” He adds aptly: “Thus concentration, in the sense of absorption in the subject one is studying to the point of blindness and deafness to all else is not the result of the strength of will, but of strength of interest, the strength of some desire for a particular piece of knowledge.”


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further provision  

There is also the further provision in Article 28(3) that no person attending any educational institution recognised by the State or receiving aid out of State funds shall be required to take part in any religious instruction that may be imparted in such institution, or to attend any religious worship that may be conducted in such institution or in any premises attached thereto, unless such person or, if such person is a minor, his guardian, has given his consent thereto. Thus, complete religious freedom, with the absence of any compulsion whatsoever in religious matters, is legally guaranteed by the supreme law of the land. India is, therefore, rightly described as a secular country in which the State has no religion, nor does it seek to promote or discourage any religion or religious belief. It is obvious that the Government and people of India are secular, that is, there is no official religion. That is the legal position. The State stands committed to a policy of non-interference in religious matters. Religion is a matter of personal beliefs and con victions.

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India is a Socialist  

India is a Socialist, Secular Democratic Republic pledged to secure to all
its citizens justice, liberty and equality, and to promote among them all fraternity, assuring the dignity of the individual and the unity of the nation. This is stated in the Preamble of the Constitution itself. Actually, while the word “secularism” is rather vague, and was introduced by the 42nd Amendment in 1976,

Articles 25 to 30 of the Constitution relating to the freedom of religion and
freedom to manage religious affairs are more specific. They contain the clear
directive that “no religious instruction shall be provided in any educational
institution wholly maintained out of State funds”.

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What is concentration?  

Concentration means the fixing of attention or a high degree of intensity of attention. To concentrate on an object is to employ all attention on it. In his ‘Heartbreak House’, G.B. Shaw asked, “Has he attained the seventh degree of concentration?” Concentration means
sustained attention
Concentration is not a faculty of the mind, but depends upon control of attention. Attention itself is defined as the process of psychological selectivity by which we select from a vast number of potential stimuli, only those which are related to present needs and
interests. For example, when we are deeply involved in an interesting conversation, we usually are not much aware of the temperature and furnishing of the room or the noises of traffic outside. To quote William James, “It (attention) is the taking possession by the mind, in clear and vivid form, of one out of what seem several simultaneously possible objects or trains of thought. Focalization, concentration of consciousness are of its essence. It implies withdrawal from some things in order to deal effectively with others, and is a condition which has a real opposite in the confused, dazed, scatter-brained state which in French is called distraction and Zerstreutheit in German.” In English the opposite of ‘attention’ is inattention, that is, scattered attention; educationally, attention to something other than the lesson

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You Tube  

Thursday, December 4, 2008

You tube is a famous Web site for Uploading and Watching Videos in a Flash player.It has Millions and millions of videos uploaded in its website you can also upload your latest videos your dream songs and many more all in a single place you can share those videos with your friends easily
There are many categories of videos available there
For Example
  • Videos Being Watched Right Now
  • Promoted Videos
  • Featured Videos .....and many more
For more details visit -->

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Eat three kinds of food at meals.  

Monday, December 1, 2008

The more different types of foods you eat, the more different types of vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients you consume. Instead of eating a repetitive menu with the same 10 to 15 foods each week, target 35 different types of foods per week. You can do this by eating not just Bran Flakes topped with banana for breakfast, but many different brands of cereal topped with a variety of different fruits; not just a turkey sandwich for lunch, but different types of breads and sandwich fillings; not just spinach in the salad, but lots of different colorful vegetables. Start counting!

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