Thursday, June 30, 2011

As every flower lover knows, flowers have a language of their own. Every sentiment is expressed in one form or another by these delicate blooms. Of course, even the experts disagree on the "true meaning" of many flowers and most have different meanings to different people. So, while all flowers convey thoughtfulness and love, here are some of the more traditional flower meanings, according to one source. See, if you agree. And, remember, a gift of flowers for a special someone will always create its own personal meaning, too.

Bluebells : for constancy in love

Carnation: pure love, devotion dedication

Chrysanthemum: truth and honesty

Crocus: be cautious with my heart

Daisy: innocence, purity

Dandelion: flirtation

Forget-me-not: true love

Gardenia: happiness, joy

Geranium: I love you over all others

Honey****le: faithfulness and devotion

Iris: respect, honor

Ivy: marriage, fidelity

Lavender: distrust, a fickle heart

Lemon blossom: fidelity and faithfulness

Lily of the valley: happiness

Magnolia: perseverance

Morning glory: flirtation, admiration

Narcissus: self-absorption

Orchid: rare and exotic beautyOrchid: rare and exotic beauty

Peony: shyness, bashful

Periwinkle: fond memories of past meetings

Phlox: a joining of two hearts

Rose: love (pink for innocent love)
Rosemary: remember me

Snapdragon: you presume too much about my feelings

Sunflower: all is not as it seems

Sweet William: a gallant and honorable admirer

Tulip: a declaration of love

Violet: faithfulness, dedication

Wisteria: welcoming a new person into your life

Zinnia: missing absent friends

The meaning of roses, the color of roses; the number of roses each has got their meaning. Do you know that 11 roses represent "You are my treasured one; the one I love most in my life" whereas 15 roses represent "I am truly sorry, please forgive me"? Now isn't that a total twist of the meaning for the roses you gave? What had meant to be a message of love has just turned into a message of apology; implying you was guilty of something?

Before you try to impress that someone with that bouquet of roses, make sure you know the meaning behind it, the meaning of roses; what the number of roses represent. 

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Beautiful Place In China — Shanxi

                                         Beautiful Place In China — Shanxi

Shanxi province is a beautiful place in China. It looks fantastic and truly amazing on these photos. Shanxi Province got its name due to its location to the west of Taihang Mountain. Shanxi neighbored on Hebei, Henan, Shaanxi and Inner Mongolia & Autonomous Region. It is located to the east of the Yellow River, and is also known as Hedong. Shanxi belonged to Jin State in Spring and Autumn Period, so it is abbreviated in Jin. Shanxi occupies an area of 156,000 square kilometers and has a population of over 32 million, including its minority ethnic population. Its capital is Taiyuan City. .
Shaanxi is also abundant in natural beauty beyond its rich historical legacy. As one of the five best-known mountains in China, Mt. Huashan, 120 kilometers east of Xian, is famous for its breath-taking cliffs and awe-inspiring landscape. The Hukou Waterfall on Yellow River, the second biggest one in China, is very overbearing and magnificent. And Moutain Lishan and the nearby Huaqing Hot Springs are very attractive. Their beautiful legends will bring you into a moving love story between emperor Xuanzong and a beauty named Yang Yuhuan. Shaanxi is both a base area of Chinese new-democratic revolution and a place with unique folk customs. The loud resounding Shaanxi opera, the joyous clattering of gongs and drums, the exquisite cut – paper art and the peasants’ paintings full of a rich flavor of life attract more and more tourists’ attention from home and abroad.

India Lose 73000000000000 Cr. (73 Lakh Crore) till date in scams

73000000000000 Cr. (73 Lakh Crore)

Hard to digest ? Just check the below given details:

1992 -Harshad Mehta securities scam Rs 5,000 cr

1994 -Sugar import scam Rs 650 cr

1995 -Preferential allotment scam Rs 5,000 cr

Yugoslav Dinar scam Rs 400 cr
Meghalaya Forest scam Rs 300 cr

1996: -Fertiliser import scam Rs 1,300 cr

Urea scam Rs 133 cr
Bihar fodder scam Rs 950 cr

1997 -Sukh Ram telecom scam Rs 1,500 cr

SNC Lavalin power project scam Rs 374 cr
Bihar land scandal Rs 400 cr
C.R. Bhansali stock scam Rs 1,200 cr

1998 -Teak plantation swindle Rs 8,000 cr

2001 -UTI scam Rs 4,800 cr

Dinesh Dalmia stock scam Rs 595 cr
Ketan Parekh securities scam Rs 1,250 cr

2002 -Sanjay Agarwal Home Trade scam Rs 600 cr

2003 -Telgi stamp paper scam Rs 172 cr

2005 -IPO-Demat scam Rs 146 cr

Bihar flood relief scam Rs 17 cr
Scorpene submarine scam Rs 18,978 cr

2006 -Punjab’s City Centre project scam Rs 1,500 cr,

Taj Corridor scam Rs 175 cr

2008 -Pune billionaire Hassan Ali Khan tax default Rs 50,000 cr

The Satyam scam Rs 10,000 cr
Army ration pilferage scam Rs 5,000 cr
The 2-G spectrum swindle Rs 60,000 cr
State Bank of Saurashtra scam Rs 95 cr
Illegal monies in Swiss banks, as estimated in 2008 Rs 71,00,000 cr

2009: -The Jharkhand medical equipment scam Rs 130 cr

Rice export scam Rs 2,500 cr
Orissa mine scam Rs 7,000 cr
Madhu Koda mining scam Rs 4,000 cr”
Orissa mine scam could be worth more than Rs 14k cr

‘A Cover-Up Operation’:

“It’s a scam involving close to Rs 60,000 crores”
Spectrum scam: How govt lost Rs 60,000 crore

India’s biggest scams 1, Ramalinga Raju, Rs. 50.4 billion

India’s biggest scams 2, Harshad Mehta, Rs. 40 billion
India’s biggest scams 3, Ketan Parekh, Rs. 10 billion
India’s biggest scams 4, C R Bhansali, Rs. 12 billion
India’s biggest scams 5, Cobbler scam
India’s biggest scams 6, IPO Scam
India’s biggest scams 7, Dinesh Dalmia, Rs. 5.95 billion
India’s biggest scams 8, Abdul Karim Telgi, Rs. 1.71 billion
India’s biggest scams 9, Virendra Rastogi, Rs. 430 million
India’s biggest scams 10, The UTI Scam, Rs. 320 million
India’s biggest scams 11, Uday Goyal, Rs. 2.1 billion
India’s biggest scams 12, Sanjay Agarwal, Rs. 6 billion
India’s biggest scams 13, Dinesh Singhania, Rs. 1.2 billion

Greed, graft, politics, bribery, dirty money. Just another day in the life of a nation still rated among the most corrupt in the world. Scan the scams that have grabbed headlines, destroyed reputations and left many people poorer.

Japan creates world's fastest supercomputer

New machine is three times faster than China's former record holder
A Japanese supercomputer has snatched the title of the world's fastest machine, ending China's brief reign at the top after six months.
The K supercomputer, built by the Fujitsu Company, is as fast as one million desktop computers connected together.

It has more than three times the power than the previous title-holder and is capable of performing eight quadrillion calculations each second.
A quadrillion is one followed by 15 zeroes and in computer jargon the speed is known as 8.2 petaflops.
The previous fastest machine was the Chinese computer Tianhe-1A, which was clocked at 2.507 petaflops and highlighted the emergence of China's growing technological and economic power.
The Tianhe- 1A machine was the first time China had topped the speed list, wrestling the title from the U.S. who had four of the top ten supercomputers.

Experts said the development of the K machine, which is faster than five of its closest competitors combined, marks a giant leap forward in technology.
'It's a very impressive machine - it's a lot more powerful than the other computers,' said Professor Jack Dongarra, who releases a six-monthly list of the world's top supercomputers.
The speed rankings are based by running a standard mathematical equation.
The bragging rights for Japan's K computer, which has cost $1.2bn to develop, marks a return to the top for the first time in seven years.
 Developed at RIKEN Advanced Institute for Computational Science in Kobe, Japan, the giant computer is housed in a climate-controlled, warehouse-like structure.
It consists of 672 cabinets filled with circuit boards containing almost 70,000 processors. A family computer or laptop uses a single processor.
The K supercomputer uses enough energy to power 10,000 homes and although its creators claim the machine is energy efficient, its running costs are put at £6m a year.
'Use of the K computer is expected to have a groundbreaking impact in fields ranging from global climate research, meteorology, disaster prevention, and medicine, thereby contributing to the creation of a prosperous and secure society,' a spokesman for the RIKEN institute said.
Fujitsu and RIKEN chiefs say the project had overcome difficulties posed by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami that devastated the country's northeast Tohoku region.
There are five U.S. supercomputers in the top-10 rankings, including the third-ranked Jaguar system at Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Oak Ridge, Tennessee.
Others in the top ten include two machines from China, two from Japan and one from France.

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Smelliest Man of the World

It is not an achievement that can readily be savoured by his nearest and dearest. But Kailash Singh has as good a claim as any to the accolade of world’s smelliest man – after refusing to wash for more than 37 years. Mr Singh, 65, has not bathed or cut his 6ft-long dreadlocks since 1974, shortly after he married.

Explaining his unconventional decision, Mr Singh claimed a priest guaranteed him a much-prized son and heir if he followed the advice.
Despite neighbours joking the sweaty farmer would be lucky persuade his wife to have any children at all, his religious guidance clearly failed – he has seven daughters.

Mr Singh spends his days tending cows in 47C heat, yet the only ‘cleansing’ he does allow himself is a ‘fire bath’ each evening, which involves smoking marijuana, praying to the Hindu Lord Shiva and dancing around a bonfire.

His long-suffering family admit they did once tried to force him into a stream. ‘He fought us off and ran away,’ said wife Kalavati Devi, 60. ‘We’ve tried several times since to force him to have a shower but he puts up such a fuss. ‘He says he’d rather die than take a bath and only a son could change his mind. It has been so many years now I’ve got used to it.’

His wife even threatened to stop sleeping with him if he didn’t bath, but she gave in first, insisting she should be loyal and put up with the stench. The father-of-seven spends all day working up a sweat tending cows and working in his fields near the Indian holy city of Varanasi, on the banks of the River Ganges, where temperatures regularly top 47C. He admits neighbours in the rural village of Chatav make fun of him but said he is following god’s will.

‘Children tease and shout that I don’t wash when I ride my bicycle through the village,’ he said. ‘There are many people who have a poor character that mock me for not washing. They do not understand my decision but I will not change my mind as it is god’s choice, not mine.

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Amazing Photos... That Truely Amaze You

These photos will leave you breathless. They were taken from up in the air and deserve your full attention. Some of the things you see in the photos were made by people , therefore we can say that not all things people alter in the nature are necessarily a disaster. Enjoy!


Saturday, June 18, 2011

Amazing unknown uses of Aspirin

Aspirin* (acetylsalicylic acid) comes from the inner bark of the willow tree. Known and used for centuries to relieve pain, reduce fever and thin blood, aspirin certainly qualifies as one of the miracle drugs.
But most people are clueless about aspirin's other useful qualities. Below are the top 7 benefits that may surprise you!
 1. Treat dandruff. Simply crush a couple of tablets then add the powder to the amount of shampoo you use to wash your hair. Lather up, leave the suds on for several minutes, then rinse.
 2. Prevent soil fungus from devastating your garden. Dissolve an aspirin in one gallon of water, then use that to give your plants a drink. This also works for houseplants.
 3. Help get rid of an ugly pimple. Crush an aspirin then mix the powder with just enough water to make a paste. Coat the pimple with this paste; then, after a few minutes, wash it off.
 4. Remove perspiration stains from your clothes.

Dissolve a couple of crushed tablets in four ounces of warm water. Now soak the stained area in this solution for several hours.

5. Ease the itch from bug bites. Run water over an aspirin for a minute or two, then rub the aspirin on the bite.

6. Revive a dead car battery.

Simply plop two aspirin tablets into the battery. This will get your car started one final time so you can drive straight to your nearest repair shop for a new battery. 
7. Help remove those stubborn heel calluses.

Crush four to six aspirin and mix the powder with water and lemon juice until you get a paste. Now smear the paste on your callus. Cover with a warm damp cloth and wait about ten minutes. The callus will be softened enough to file down easily.

Friday, June 17, 2011

Worlds First 4 SIM Mobile Phone Launched

This Flying F160 is the world’s first Quad SIM card, quad standby mobile phone. Quite why you’d need four SIM cards in your phone is another matter, although I suppose for permanent travellers this could save a bunch of time swapping out cards when you cross a border.
The rest of the spec is pretty so-so, with a 2 inch touchscreen, TV & FM radio, 0.3 mp camera and a choice of colors. Priced, however, at a very reasonable $75.00 unlocked.

Quick Overview

4 SIM, 4 Standby
Quad Band GSM
Full QWERTY Keyboard
FM Radio
Dual Cameras
MP3, Video Player
Quad Band GSM
The F160 phone from has tons of other great functions, including Bluetooth hands free calling, dual picture and video cameras, and a multimedia player to watch videos and listen to music. Don’t wait to get your hands on this baby!


Sunday, June 12, 2011

Computer Systems Phone (CSP) will replace Laptops in coming times

Life in this fast world requires gadgets that come wrapped with all the features and modes of entertainment as well. Taking this a step further is Computer Systems Phone (CSP), which will force people to shelf their laptops and tablets.

CSP has a very eye-catching facade that is complimented with a wide touchscreen. The display is crisp and very sharp making it all the more wanted. The screen comes with an embedded keypad, which can be pulled out and pushed back whenever required and is touch sensitive as well. The phone has all the qualities of a laptop injected in it hence one will not miss such hefty gadgets.

The elegant and fully functional gadget works on Windows operating system. The phone has been kept away from the cluttered look that the keys pose and its curvy facet adds a special appeal. Create memories while traveling with a high pixel camera that has been fitted to the cell phone.

Computer Systems Phone (CSP) will shower the magic of both a phone and computing system in your life. It will become your travel partner and connect you with the world that too the easy way.


Friday, June 3, 2011

True Facts about the Human Body

As you age, your eye color gets lighter.

There are 206 bones in the adult human body, but 300 in children (some of the bones fuse together as a child grows).

The human eye blinks an average of 4,200,000 times a year.

It takes approximately 12 hours for food to entirely digest.

The longest living cells in the body are brain cells which can live an entire lifetime.

There are more living organisms on the skin of a single human being than there are human beings on the surface of the earth.

Marilyn Monroe had six toes on one foot.

Lorne Greene had one of his nipples bitten off by an alligator while he was host of "Lorne Greene's Animal Kingdom".

Life expectancy for Russian men has actually gone down over the past 40 years. A Russian male born today can expect to live an average 58 years.

In 1985, the most popular waist size for men's pants was 32. In 2003, it's 36.

Seven percent of Americans claim they never bathe at all.

In 2004, one in six girls in the United States enter puberty at age 8. A hundred years ago, only one in a hundred entered puberty that early.

Newest trend in the Netherlands: Tiny jewels implanted directly into the eye.

A British gymnast survived a fall from a fourth story window because he went into a somersault and came down on two feet.

Jeffrey and Sheryl McGowen in Houston turned to vitro fertilization. Two eggs were implanted in Sheryl's womb, and both of them split. Sheryl gave birth to two sets of identical twins at once.

In 1991, the average bra size in the United States was 34B. Today it's 36C.

The average North Korean 7-year-old is almost three inches shorter than the average South Korean 7-year-old.

Every year, 2700 surgical patients go home from the hospital with metal tools, sponges, and other objects left inside them. In 2000, 57 people died as a result of these mistakes.

We forget 80 percent of what we learn everyday.

Pain is measured in units of "dols". The instrument used to measure pain is a "dolorimeter".

The Amish a diet high in meat, dairy, refined sugars and calories. Yet obesity is virtually unknown among them. The difference is since they have no TVs, cars or powered machines, they spend their time in manual labor.

As of January 1, 2004, the population of the United States increases by one person every 12 seconds. There is a birth every eight seconds, an immigrant is added every 25 seconds, but a death every 13 seconds.

Astronauts cannot burp in space. There is no gravity to separate liquid from gas in their stomachs.

The liquid inside young coconuts can be used as a substitute for blood plasma.

Fidgeting can burn about 350 calories a day.

Wearing headphones for an hour increases the bacteria in your ear 700 times.

A baby is born without kneecaps. They appear between age 2 and 6.

Women blink nearly twice as much as men.

In a recent survey, Americans revealed that banana was their favorite smell.

The arteries and veins surrounding the brain stem called the "circle of Willis" looks like a stick person with a large head.

Brushing your teeth regularly has been shown to prevent heart disease.

A kiss stimulates 29 muscles and chemicals causing relaxation. Women seem to like it light and frequent, men like it more strenuous.

Men can read smaller print than women; women can hear better.

Your nose and ears never stop growing.

Men get hiccups more often than women.

Human teeth are almost as hard as rocks.

Every time you lick a stamp, you're consuming 1/10 of a calorie.

The average person has over 1,460 dreams a year.

Human thigh bones are stronger than concrete.

Your heart beats over 100,000 times a day.

Your ribs move about 5 million times a year, every time you breathe.

One quarter of the bones in your body are in your feet.

Like fingerprints, everyone's tongue print is different.

Fingernails grow nearly 4 times faster than toenails.

The average person laughs 15 times a day.