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Lie your partner in these situations May 27, 2015 14:49

To protect few relations, it is true that telling a lie is not a big crime. But, we should make sure that the lie we told is just to save our relationship but not to deceive them.Example: Imagine that you forgot to meet your partner, though it is planned before.  In those situations lie them, saying that the traffic is heavy or with any other problem, but do not say the fact that you forgot. Because that hurts them literally as they feel that when you are loving them, how can you forget? By Phani

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India's tallest man needs a girl May 27, 2015 13:55

Dharmendra Singh is considered as the tallest man in the country, whose height is 8ft 1 inch.   Speaking about his height, Mr. Dharmendra said, “I feel shy to walk on the roads as the people admire. But I enjoy when they wish to take photographs with me. It makes me feel that I'm a celebrity”. But, when I searched for jobs, people questioned me of how can I work with this height, that really disappointed me”, he added.Finally he had to do a job where it suits his personality. He started working as a freak show performer at a local amusement park, where he spends his days in a cage-like structure selling photographs to paying punter for 10p per pop.   The guy is desperate to get married but claiming that no girl is really looking at him in that sense. 'Everybody is treating me as just an entertainment', Singh said.  But, according to his wish, let's wish that a right girl who loves his heart knocks his door soon.By Phani

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Blood fats may help in human brain growth and function May 27, 2015 13:49

According to the research led by Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School Singapore, it was revealed that certain special fats that are found in blood that are essential for human brain growth and function. The researchers examined that Mfsd2a mutations in two families in Libya and Egypt and showed that mutations in the protein Mfsd2a causes impaired brain development in humans as it carries a special type of fat called lysophosphatidylcholines (LPCs), which is composed of essential fatty acids like omega-3.The research conducted in North Pakistan observed that person, who had reduced Mfsd2a transport activity, had microcephaly, intellectual disabilities, impaired control of their limbs, and absent speech. The author stated that these findings confirmed the vital role of LPCs in brain development and function in humans, and indicates that brain uptake of LPCs during foetal development and in adult life is important.The research is published in Nature Genetics journal.By Lizitha

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'American Presstitutes' crticial about Modi's one year in power May 27, 2015 13:32

In the wake of Narendra Modi completing one year in power, Foreign Media has taken critical perspective of his promises, accomplishments, and failures. There is no wrong in having own perceptions, but I just want to say that whatever U.S. media opines is not a word of god and it is just U.S. media who has written it, not even U.S. Government. Have you ever heard a pot calling the kettle Black?. Before pointing at others, US shld worry about its own rising of unemployment rate. Many in U.S. are roaming jobless and the economy shambles. The racial tension is all-time high and for thousand times the nation has come close to defaulting on loan payment. how satisfied are ur own people from ur goverment.? The answer is horrible silence.Here is the fact, you Presstitutes of America!Under Modi’s leadership, nobody can take India as granted and Modi's efforts to have good relations with China and Russia could be giving the U.S. State Department sleepless nights ! Anything that could make India better and bigger will give heartburn to many countries starting with the USA.Now the U.S. is not able to digest Modi’s Governance. Because unlike the previous ministers, he is not a dumbo. Definitely not.So, Its high time for the American Media to join the psychiatric ward nearby. Otherwise, somebody wil take over their place. - Manohar

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Ram analysis on Pandaga Chesko! May 27, 2015 13:24

After a gap, Ram is ready to roll his new flick 'Pandaga Chesko' this Friday. The film is getting released amidst of high expectations.The reason behind these expectations is anyway open. Ram who is very concerned about his career wanted to get out of the serial flops he gave. This might be the reason for him to take a good gap and come out with a right film like 'Pandaga Chesko'.The director Gopichand Malineni, who earlier delivered a super hit flick like Balupu is one more added advantage of the film. The satellite rights of the film had already sold for a handsome amount and the censor of the film was completed recently and was awarded U/A certificate.So, Andhrawishesh.com wishes Ram to score a super hit and hopes that, it should help him to come into a form again. By Phani

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Annual Mela of Kheer Bhawani, communal harmony in display May 27, 2015 13:04

Annual Kheer Bhawani Mela at Tullamula in Srinagar, considered to be the biggest congregation of Kashmiri Pandits in the Valley and is celebrated with traditional fervor. Due to the controversy regarding the separate townships for the Pandit community, number of migrant Kashmiri Pandits have travelled from Jammu and other parts of the country to the temple of “Ragnya Devi” in central Kashmir to celebrate the annual Kheer Bhavani festival in the temple at Tulmulla in central Kashmir’s Ganderbal district, some 27 kms from Srinagar. The local Kashmiri Muslims community made arrangements for the fair, the Hindus hold night long prayers at the temple.Devotees walked barefooted, ringing bells and carried rose petals. They offered milk and Kheer (pudding) to the spring within the temple complex, which is considered to be sacred and is surrounded by Chinar trees. The temple town wore a festive look with pilgrims travelling in a convoy of vehicles and is welcomed by Muslims, who had made special arrangements by providing drinking water and juices enroute for the devotees. The Muslim community has also setup flower stalls and other pooja materials for the Pandit devotees near the temple.Kheer Bhavani festival symbolizes the centuries-old communal harmony and brotherhood between Hindus and Muslims in Kashmir. The devotees claimed that the water in the sacred spring this year is clean and pure. “It signifies good omen for the Valley.”Pandits principal deities are mostly in natural forms. Sharika is the holy hill at Hari Parbat adjoining the great fort built  by Akbar, while Ragya is the spring at Tul Mul. Ragya is one of the few Pandit deities who is strictly vegetarian and will not forgive those who enter the portals after having a non-vegetarian meal. Whereas, the prasad at Sharika is yellow rice with hot mutton liver curry and the priest even offers a sheep’s lungs to kites on the hill. Muslims said that they will never enter the shrine’s compound after eating mutton, fish or fowl nor would anyone from the neighbourhood. It is evident from the gathering at the Kheer Bhawani, that the yearning for reconciliation is intense on both sides.“Such festive occasions exhibit brotherhood and communal harmony among the people of Kashmir. Festivals give us opportunities to promote and strengthen the communal harmony and ethos,” said senior PDP leader and Minister for Law and parliamentary affairs Syed Basharat Bukhari.Jammu and Kashmir Tourism Department had organized a three-day Kashmiri Pandit Food Festival to promote the delicious Kashmiri Pandit cuisine among the tourists. Famous Kashmiri Pandit dishes like Dum Aloo, Kashur Haakh, Nadir Yakhni, Tamatar Chaman, Razma Daal, Chetin, Doade Al and Muj have been kept available. “We urge visitors to visit the restaurant and enjoy the ethnic delicacies on reasonable rates,” said a spokesman of the J&K Tourism Department.By Premji

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Why no Non-veg in Mahanadu? May 27, 2015 12:30

34 vegetarian varieties for Mahanadu!     Goats and hens: We are safe, at least they did not prefer us publicly   By Phani

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No more Bun, I want Biriyani- KCR May 27, 2015 12:25

If we have Rs.10, we think about tea and a bun, with Rs.100, we might dare to have tiffin, but when we possess Rs.1000 in hand, no one can stop us from ordering a Biriyani in a good hotel. It seems to be like, CM KCR is following the same logic. The man who once joined hands with TDP, is now able to counter the party in every issue. More seven MLAs from TDP to TRS?Coming to the point, for the MLC elections, there is an every scope for the party to gain four seats. But, KCR who seems to be more excited, is concentrating on the fifth seat too. To gain this seat, TRS needs the support of another seven MLAs. On the other side, TDP who is striving a lot for this fifth seat, needs the support of just two MLAs. So KCR, who is well aware of this fact, is trying to drag few TDP MLAs towards his party. He is concentrating on that MLAs who are waiting for a right opportunity to jump outside. The intention of KCR behind this, might be to quit TDP out.        KCR is already making his underground work for gaining the fifth seat and seems to be that, he is very concerned about it and also ready to go any corner to gain it. Adding to this, in an official meeting held on Tuesday, KCR said that, the party gains the fifth seat for sure.  This statement of KCR is now making TDP officials sleepless. However, the fact can be known  once the elections are held and the results are declared.By Phani

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Narendra Modi on a two-day visit to Bangladesh from June 6 May 27, 2015 12:14

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will make a two-day visit to Bangladesh from June 6 to further bolster bilateral ties, the Bangladesh foreign ministry here said on Tuesday. This is Modi's first ever visit to Bangladesh since he became Prime Minister last year. The Foriegn Ministry states that Modi's visit comes as a respect to his counterpart Sheikh Hasina's invitation following his election last year.  "The visit is expected to further strengthen the excellent relationship between the two countries," it said.The statement said the two premiers would hold talks to review the "entire gamut of bilateral relations" while Modi will also make a courtesy call on President Abdul Hamid.The statement came hours after Indian high commissioner in Dhaka Pankaj Saran joined a meeting with Bangladesh officials at the foreign ministry to finalize the protocols and other issues related to the visit.People with knowledge about the matter said that along with the talks with the President Abdul Hamid and Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif,  Modi would address public in a at Bangabandhu International Conference Hall in the capital city of Dhaka, join a function at premier Dhaka University, and visit the National Memorial at suburban Savar to pay tributes to martyrs of 1971 Liberation War. Modi finished his tri-nation tour that consists of China, Mongolia, and South Korea recently. The tour garnered a lot of uproar all over the nation. Many tweeted that Modi is an NRI Prime Minister his one year concludes maxium tours and minimum governance.  What creates so stir all over the media about his foriegn trips? Is he the first Prime Minister, who is making so many foriegn tours? or is it because the hype he created online backfires him? Is it really the need of the hour to organize a Ghar Wapsi Program for Modi? The moment has come for Modi to rethink about his childhood dream of visiting all the countries of the world is what Modi opponents are saying.But Modi supporters have thier own version. They said that till yesterday the opponents blamed Modi for his Hindu Cronyism and for not visiting any Muslim nations. And now, when he opted to visit Bangladesh, why to agitate so much, is their say.  Keeping these versions aside, hope Modi's visits bring fruitful results home. - Manohar

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Heat wave kills 1100 people across the country May 27, 2015 12:05

The heat wave has killed more than 1100 people across the country over the past two weeks. Both the Telugu states which are of no exception, had to bear the high temperatures which resulted in numerous deaths.852 deaths in AP, 202 from Prakasham aloneThough the reports specified that, the effect of Summer is reduced as the temperatures got down, but there is no such fall in the death rates. The death toll in Andhra Pradesh has now risen to 852, from which 202 deaths are observed from Prakasham district alone.     266 deaths in TelanganaComing to Telangana, according to the latest reports, around 266 deaths have been observed. A maximum temperature of 44.5°C was recorded in Ramagundam city, whereas in Andhra, Jangameswarapuram recorded 46.4°C which is thus considered as the highest temperature among both the Telugu states.  Meteorological department warns AP!The meteorological department issued “red box” warnings for coastal Andhra Pradesh, which implies that there are high chances of heatstroke, dehydration and fatality with temperatures inching upwards of 45°C.   The best part is, there are no huge power cuts in both the states and that is considered as a major relief to the people, who chose not to come out during the day time and stay back in the home under the cool machines.  Experts say that, the monsoon may hit after May 31st and then a proper relief from the heavy heat can be found. But till then, the people are advised to stay away from the sun, consume plenty of fluids and thus get a partial relief.     By Phani

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