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Viral: Farmer naked since 40 years August 31, 2015 10:07

Moving on the road half naked itself, would be very embarrassing to the general public, but here is a man, who is been completely naked since childhood.Subal Burman in Raipur Village has a typical kind of allergy towards the clothes. The clothes give him a burning sensation, which is unbearable.     (Image)Instead he cannot even sleep on the bed sheets, for the same reason. Then how would the villagers react to him? "My neighbours have fortunately got used to me, they think it’s normal and never complain, knowing my disorder.(Image) What about family, marriage?  “I lost my dad in my childhood and my mother in 2003. Since then fate has written me to be alone. Coming to marriage, no girl chooses a guy like me, as it would be embarrassment. But feeling depressed for it cannot reduce my problem” he said. (Image)Also read: http://www.andhrawishesh.com/442-telugu-hot-buzz-gossip/51808-love-redefined-mini-taj-mahal-in-memory-of-beloved-wife.htmlHe likes to believe the condition may be a blessing. "I have accepted that God has given me this special thing. Maybe in his eyes I am special!”A few of the intellectuals said that, “Subal might be suffering from a form of Dysaesthesia, which is an abnormal unpleasant sensation when someone is touched, usually caused by damage to the peripheral nerves. “Dysaesthesia includes pins and needles, burning, tingling and a crawling sensation.”(Image)However, it is Subal’s self confidence that is making him live boldly in this world. In fact, it is fortunate that the people around him are accepting the way he is. By Phanindra

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Master plan: MP Kavitha urges Naidu to join hands August 31, 2015 09:31

Nizamabad MP Kavita criticized the central government for not able to grant the special packages to Telangana state.On Sunday, speaking to the media, Kavitha said, “I appealed to the Centre not to discriminate against the new state in providing financial help. We are very much keen to co-operate the Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government in the country. Telangana people suffered a lot during the Telangana movement, so the centre should keep this in mind, and come forward to support the state.”Not stopping there, she even said, “Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu should stop acting against Telangana state. Due to the failure of the previous governments, both the Telugu states are suffering due to the lack of water. So it is not right to corner TRS government projects in this issue. Instead, join hands with the Telangana government in pressurizing the centre, for the benefit of both the Telugu states.” Naidu, fight tight against the centre for AP special status - Kavitha Kavitha even spoke about the AP special status issue. “Naidu’s silence on the issue has become a curse to the state. She urged Naidu not face the insults and start fighting against the centre. “The TS government is ready to resolve any dispute with AP provided Mr Naidus stop interfering in Telangana affairs,” she said.    What is the reason for Kavitha to show concern on AP?   It is to be remembered that, many times in the past, Naidu said that he is ready to join hands with Telangana government and thus collectively develop both the Telugu states. But in those days, no one from the government responded to Naidu. Now, Kavitha is backing Naidu to collectively fight against the centre. Instead of special status, special package is already announced to the AP government. The same special package is now demanded by the Telangana state. But as the state is a new one, centre is not willing to come forward. So at this time, the Telangana government might felt joining hands with AP government is the only option to get the funds and that might be the reason for Kavitha to urge Naidu to join the hands.By Phanindra

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Preparation of healthy oats sandwich August 29, 2015 17:40

Oats are one of the best choice for healthy breakfast. They are good source of manganese, molybdenum, copper, phosphorus and dietary fiber. Here is a healthy and simple oats sandwich recipe method of preparation. Prepare this recipe at your home and have healthy breakfast with your family members. Ingredients: 1/2 cup (50 gms)Quaker Oats - roasted 4 slices oats bran bread1/2 cup low fat yogurt - whisk well till smooth2 tbsp finely chopped capsicum1 tbsp grated carrotA pinch of roasted cumin (bhuna jeera) powderSalt and pepper - to taste1 tsp tomato Puree Method of preparation: Take a pan and dry roast Quaker Oats in it for 3-4 minutes till light golden.Mix whisked yogurt, tomato Puree, roasted Quaker Oats, chopped capsicum, carrot, salt, pepper and cumin powder.Spread 2 heaped tbsp of the above mixture on one side of a bread slice.Cover with another slice.Toast the sandwich on a non-stick pan on both sides till golden. Cut into two. Serve.By Lizitha

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Baahubali to Oscars! August 29, 2015 17:34

The Telugu Film Chamber of Commerce has announced Baahubali movie, as the official entry from the Telugu film industry, for India's Oscar shortlist. Yes why not? Baahubali, the pride of India, has every eligibility to go to Oscars from India, this year. The movie already crossed 50 days in all the major theaters with a whopping Rs.600 crores of collection. As of now, Baahubali took the Telugu cinema standards to the next level. With this confidence, the film is selected to send to the Oscars. The official confirmation regarding this will be made on September 25, after veteran actor Amol Palekar, who heads the five Oscar selection panel, studies over 45 films in Hyderabad and finally give his verdict, about the eligible movies to Oscars.If Baahubali is opted, then it is the first movie after 29 years, which is being sent to Oscars. The last movie was Kamal Haasan’s Swathimuthyam. Nominating to Oscar is another additional recognition to Baahubali. But not getting nominated does not make it less qualify, as it just one man, Amol Palekar, who is going to judge the movie, but already a millions of people, across the country, lifted the movie onto their shoulders and made the industry proud. Currently, Rajamouli is finalizing Baahubali 2 script and calls the artists onto the shoot in the next month. The first part left many commas and the second part is going to clear all those. So an ardent film lover, who watched Baahubali, will obviously run for Baahubali 2 too. So hope the second part makes more wonders and Baahubali remains as an immovable mountain in the Telugu cinema history. By Phanindra

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Simple tips to take care of your tattoo August 29, 2015 16:56

Tattooing is the latest trend nowadays. Although it makes you look stylish, it is painful and even cause healing problems if customers fail to follow directions. Here are some basic and must follow instructions avoid tattoo problems. Follow the instructions given by the tattooist as they know which method works best for his work, and for his customers.As tattoo is open wound, keep it clean. Most tattooists recommend hand-washing the tattoo very carefully with an anti-bacterial soap and allow it to air dry. Do not overdo the moisturizer as it needs to breathe if it's to heal properly.Don't expose your tattoo to the sun for at least two weeks. UV radiations are not a good thing.Do not soak your tattoo for at least two weeks after it’s been done, so avoid bathing or swimming. Do not scratch it or play with it. One remedy for the itch is to lightly pat or slap it with a clean paper towel.Avoid working out. Working out could also cause the skin to break and become irritated, extending the tattoos healing procedure.Using good quality tattoo after care products minimises threat of infection and helps to minimise scabbing. By Lizitha

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Viral: Going Nude in public is legal August 29, 2015 16:30

Being topless in India is absolutely a crime and the people who perform it, will be put behind the bars with no delay.    It is our body and how can the laws or the government has rights on our own body? If this is argument, you can win in New York state and city. Yes, being topless is legal in New York. In fact it is not only top less. For the sake of art, you can even be completely nude, which is legal again. Also read: Viral: Girl strips off clothes on roadArt in sense, the people, be it men or women, go semi or complete and apply art works on the body. Of course the prime reason to do it is obviously for money. These arts can be seen at Times Square area in New York.       By Phanindra

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Air pollution affects kid’s academic performance, finds study August 29, 2015 16:16

According to a new study, the researchers have found that children exposed to toxic air pollutants at home are more likely to have lower grades. The results of the study were published in the academic journal Population and Environment."Air pollution makes children sick, which leads to absenteeism and poor performance in school. The other hypothesis is that chronic exposure to air toxics can negatively affect children's neurological and brain development," said the study's co-author Sara Grineski, associate professor of sociology and anthropology at University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) in the US.To prove this, the researchers analysed academic performance and sociodemographic data for 1,895 fourth and fifth grade children living in El Paso, Texas. They used the Environmental Protection Agency’s National Air Toxics Assessment to estimate children’s exposure to toxic air pollutants, such as diesel exhaust, around the location of their homes.The researchers finally noticed that children who were exposed to high levels of motor vehicle emissions from cars, trucks and buses on roads and highways were found to have significantly lower GPAs.By Lizitha

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Syringe psycho - New tension of AP August 29, 2015 15:48

In Andhra Pradesh, a man is travelling in the early hours of the day on bike and pricking the women with syringes. Along with the regular hectic problems, Andhra Pradesh is now being threatened with another new issue, which is ‘Syringe Psycho’. This is now the hot issue of AP, and that too especially in West Godavari district. A few of the women took the issue saying that, they came across a man travelling on black Pulsar bike in the early hours of the day with the face covered. He stops upon seeing a woman and prick them with a syringe on their back and rushes immediately on the bike. Also read: Psycho Murders Girl At Secunderabad StationBut the thing is, the syringe has no harmful substance. With this declaration, the police are finding it tough to deal the case, as to know the reason behind pricking harmless syringes.        As of now, there are nine women, who have been pricked by the Syringe Psycho. Though the complaints started coming since a week, the issue turned viral, after knowing that, nine women are pricked.   Syringe psycho case: He might be playing a prank - Police “When the syringe he pricked did not contain any harmful substance, he might just be playing a prank and nothing else,” the police say. But to be on the safe side, the officials announced Rs.1 lakh reward, if any of his details are given. On the other hand, even Andhra Pradesh government has stepped into the action and asked the police to solve the case soon. However, after his identities are sketched and released into the media (the image above), he stopped pricking. But the issue cannot be taken light, as he may again come into the picture, once he knows that the investigation was dropped. By Phanindra

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Kick 2 area-wise collections August 29, 2015 15:21

Kick 2, the movie which blasted the box office by collecting Rs.7 crores with just opening day collections, could not keep up the run in the later days. The length and less comedy in the film, showed a great impact on the Kick 2 collections. At the end of the week, that is for the seven days, these are the area-wise collections. Area Collections Nizam Rs. 5.6 crores Ceded (Rayalaseema) Rs. 2.02 crores Uttarandhra Rs. 99 lakhs East Godavari Rs. 1.36 crores West Godavari Rs. 91 lakhs Guntur Rs. 1.03 crores Krishna Rs. 93 lakhs Nellore Rs. 46 lakhs Karnataka Rs. 2.01 crores Other areas in India Rs. 40 lakhs Overseas Rs. 1.02 crores Total Rs. 16.91 crores In the long run, the film might reach upto Rs.20 crores. But the movie producer Kalyan Ram invested Rs.40 crores on Kick 2. If Rs.10 crores are expected from the satellite rights, another Rs.10 crores seems loss to him. By Phanindra

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Aurangazeb out, Abdul Kalam in August 29, 2015 13:47

“The famous Aurangzeb road in Delhi is officially announced to be to be renamed as Abdul Kalam road. It is more than a month, we lost a true leader, Abdul Kalam and meanwhile, his followers and fans across the world, are trying to express their love towards him, in various types. Now it is the time for New Delhi Municipal Corporation, to express its love. The Municipal Corporation recently took the decision to replace Aurangzeb name to the famous road in Delhi, with Abdul Kalam name. Mahesh Girri, man behind Abdul Kalam road in Delhi The proposal came into the light after, BJP Lok Sabha MP representing east Delhi Mahesh Girri, had urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi, regarding the replacement of the name. He wrote to Modi and also Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal regarding this. The letter read: “Whenever we remember Aurangzeb, we think about cruelty and torture. We do not want to be reminded of that. A P J Abdul Kalam, on the other hand, is known for his love for the nation, his loyalty to the country, his generosity and kindness. We need to correct the mistakes made in our history.”Mahesh further added, "In my opinion, this will be a great way of preserving Dr Kalam's memories and legacy forever."Taj Mansingh hotel near India Gate is the start of Aurangzeb road and joins Safdarjung Road near the official residence of the Prime Minister. Aurangzeb Road is identified as the richest road in the country. Most of the properties on this road, value some crores. However, regardless of mentioning Abdul Kalam name at any public place, his teachings, his humanity, will always act as blessings, to all his followers across the world.  By Phanindra

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