Can ELECTRICITY pass through Flash light of the Digital camera to your body

Can ELECTRICITY pass through Flash light of the Digital camera to your body??? Yes it is 100% true..!

This is a true incidence reported of a boy aged 19, who was studying in 1st year of engineering, who died in Keshvani Hospital, Mumbai. He was admitted in the Hospital as a burned patient. Reason ??????

This boy had gone to Amravati (a place located in State of Maharashtra ) on a study tour, on their return they were waiting at the railway station to catch the train. Many of them started taking pictures of their friends using "Mobile Phones" and / or "Digital Camera". One of them complained that, he was unable to capture the full group of friends in one frame in the Digicam. This boy moved away to a distance to get the whole group.

He failed to notice that at an angle above his head, 40,000 volts electrical line was passing through.
As soon as he clicked the digital camera? 40,000 volt current passed through the camera flash light to his camera and then from his camera to his fingers & to his body. All this happened within a fraction of a second. His body was half burned. They arranged for an ambulance & his burned body was brought to Keshavani Hospital, Mumbai.

For one & half days or so he was conscious & talking. Doctors did not have much hopes as there was a lot of complex issues in his body. He passed away later. Now how many of us are aware about these technical threats & dangers? Even if we are, how many of us are adhering??

Now should we call ourselves as educated and knowledgeable people?
  1. Please avoid mobile phones on petrol outlets.
  2. Please avoid talking on mobile phones while driving.
  3. Change that "Chalta Hai Yaar Attitude".
  4. Please avoid talking on mobile phones while kept in charging mode without disconnecting from wall socket.
  5. Please do not keep mobile phones on your bed while charging and / on wooden furniture.
  6. Avoid using mobile phones / Digital cameras near high voltage electrical lines like in railway stations and avoid using flash.


10 Marvelous Islands on Earth

Island is a part of land that is covered by the water of Sea. These are the wonderful spots that makes sea more beautiful and wondrous. It is an amazing gift of Nature.

Human have lot of latest technology and skills but they can’t defend the Nature. Nature provide the unexceptional kinds of things that human can only imagine.

Here is a amazing collection of that islands that you can’t imagine even in dreams. These are wondrous islands that have beautiful shaped of things that are common in our real life. You should see and get lot of weird information along with enjoyment.

1. Heart
It is wondrous and delightful shape island. It is shaped just like a heart. Heart is symbol of love, so you should see the loveable island which gives the lesson of love to its viewers. It is situated Adriatic Sea and full of trees and greenery on it. This amazing gift of Nature is discovered in 2009.

2. Eye
Eye is another important sign of love and use as a communication channel for love. Nature gives the lesson of love sincerity and brotherhood by different means. This beautiful island totally shaped as a human’s eye. It is located near the paradise on earth that is famous place of Maldvies.

3. Seahorse
This beautiful island is shaped of Seahorse. It is the biggest island of Galapagos Islands. It was discovered in 2002 by a satellite of a department. It is an amazing site for its viewers.

4. Sperm
Can you imagine a sperm cell shaped island is swimming in a big sea? This island is swimming in the blue sea between Europe and Japan.

5. Lungs

This terrific island appears along with bronchi. This island look like green lungs is swimming on a sea.

6. Tree

This green tree is island gives such an amazing view. It is very nice gift and creation of Nature. It is located in Scilly.

Wonderful view of Boomerang in shape of island in the sea of china. You can see from the flight of Manila to Kuala Lumpur. It is located in the beautiful sea of china.

8. Carrot
It is also a terrific island which is discovered by a photographer near Maldives. The view of this island is quiet wonderful and amazing.
This island is invented by the landscape. The design of this beautiful island is very nice and amazing just like a big dolphin is swimming on the water. This beautiful island is located in Flores Islands of Indonesia.

This island is situated in Manukan islands of Malaysia. It gives a delightful view to its visitors. People see this gift and enjoy.


Beware, walking with earphones can kill

The death of 21-year-old Priya Jain, hit by a bike and then a bus while crossing the busy Vikas Marg road on Wednesday, is a wake-up call to the dangers of 'iPod oblivion' - walking on the road with earphones, listening to music or simply talking.

Priya, police said, had ear-plugs on while crossing the road on her way to work. That may well have been the crucial difference between life and death in her case. Experts say walking with earphones causes 'cognitive overload' which shuts out the world around the wearer and makes the person blind to danger.

With hand-held devices becoming more and more common around the world, this is being recognized as a major threat on the roads in the US, Australia and other countries, perhaps second only to using the cellphone while driving.

Closer home, Priya's is not an isolated case. A few months back in the capital, a man returning from a night shift early in the morning with headphones on, stepped right in the way of a car and lost his life. While the incident was reported, the fact that the man's headphones could have caused the accident, was not.

Walking on the road with earphones, listening to music or simply talking can be dangerous. There are countless close calls every day but the issue hasn't drawn the attention it deserves.

That's not the case in the US, where for some time now, legislators have unsuccessfully attempted to introduce laws banning use of headphones while walking, with evidence growing that many accidents can be avoided if pedestrians stop using earphones.

Dr M C Misra, chief of AIIMS Trauma Centre, points out that 50% of road accident deaths in the city are that of pedestrians and use of hand-held devices while crossing the road or walking in the carriageway was definitely a contributing factor.

"Listening to music or talking on the phone while crossing the road is dangerous. It diverts attention and causes a hearing deficit. The pedestrian is often not able to comprehend warning signals like honking or someone simply crying out," he says. He adds that in the capital where pavements are encroached upon or are simply not there, people are forced to walk on the road and distraction for even a second can put one's life at risk.

"The Motor Vehicle Act does not have any provision to prosecute the pedestrian,'' says Rohit Baluja, president, Institute of Road Traffic Education. "There are no statistics that tell you when a pedestrian is at fault and most often the vehicle owner is booked. But no one can deny that the increased use of cellphones to call up, text or mail while crossing the road is one of the causes of these accidents. Dr J D Mukherjee, neurologist at Max Hospital, Saket, says people who are talking on the phone while walking or listening to music are not able to respond to an emergency situation appropriately.

A study published in the April 2011 issue of the Journal of Safety Research in the US on the use of cellphone by pedestrians highlighted the problem. It showed that people busy on the phone did look both ways before crossing but didn't seem to be any safer. Compared with people who crossed without any distraction, people on the phone were delayed and incurred risks. In a simulation, some even got hit by a virtual car. Adults were as much to blame as teenagers, some other studies showed.

But Satyendra Garg, joint commissioner of traffic police, says prosecution is not the way out. "The number of pedestrians is huge. It's not practical to catch every violator and prosecute. In my view, awareness campaigns to promote judicious use of cellphones and other devices is needed. The traffic police is working on these lines," he claims.

Despite the danger, youngsters are not about to give up. "While listening to music like this, one feels cut off from the bustle. It's relaxing and soothing," says Fatima Akram, a BA Psychology (Hons) student at Jamia Milia Islamia University. Akhil Kumar, who studies at Amity University, says he listens to music while walking on the road but keeps the volume low. "Twice I landed right in front of heavy vehicles. Since then, I have become more alert," he added.

Major fire in Mumbai's Crawford market

A major fire broke out in Mumbai's Crawford market during the wee hours of Saturday(26/11/2011), resulting in scores of shops burnt and massive loss of property.

According to Times Now, Manish market and Sahara Shopping Complex have been completely gutted in the fire.

However, there are no reports of any casualities yet.


Railways offers special holiday packages for Goa

If you are planning a vacation in Goa in January, avail of special packages offered by Indian Railways Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC).

IRCTC is starting an exclusive train to the coastal state, which promises sightseeing by dedicated tourist buses and stay at decent hotels for seven nights and eight days. The train journey will start on January 21 from the National Capital, and will be back here on January 28. There is also provision to embark or disembark at tourist spots like Agra and Jaipur during the onward or return journey. The organizers have set aside an entire day for sightseeing of North and South Goa.

The budget of frequent train travellers have been factored in while finalizing the package as there are four categories of travel, ranging from budget to deluxe class.

Under the Budget Class, non-AC train travel and non-AC hotel stay is on offer for Rs 11,200 (single), Rs 8, 950 (double) and Rs 7, 800 for three persons. The Standard Class includes train travel in non-AC, but AC accommodation. The corresponding costs will be Rs 13, 200 (single), Rs 10,350 (double) and Rs 8, 950 for three persons. For Comfort Class, the journey will be in AC III, and stay in AC hotel. The charges are Rs 17,200 (single), Rs 14,350 (two) and Rs 12,950 for three persons.

AC-II travel and AC hotel accommodation is being offered under Deluxe Class, which will cost Rs 20,150 (single), Rs 17, 350 (double) and Rs 15, 900 for three persons.

An official said the tariff includes rail travel, transportation for sightseeing and hotel accommodation, including all onboard and off board meals like breakfast, lunch and dinner. If travellers directly book the package till first week of December, they will get a discount of 5% under IRCTC's Early Bird scheme, he added.

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Five Super Foods for Keeping your Bones Healthy

A strong skeletal frame is vital not only to provide structure to the body but also protect the internal organs and anchor the muscles.

Apart from this, a healthy set of bones is crucial for good posture, balance and strength. Now the two key nutrients responsible for developing healthy strong bones are calcium and phosphorus. Smaller amounts of other nutrients like vitamins, proteins and minerals are also important for healthy bones.

The process of developing healthy bones begins at birth. However, it is important that a healthy, bone-friendly diet programme is maintained all throughout the life. This becomes particularly important after about 30 years of age.

You of course have the option of going for calcium supplements (but do consult a doctor before you do that), you can also try some calcium-rich foods to make up for the deficiency of calcium and keeping the bones healthy. Below, we discuss five super foods which can help you boost your bone density at any age:

Without a shadow of doubt, milk is the best (and readily available) source of calcium required for proper bone growth. According to the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD), low fat or fat-free milk is the best choice as it has high calcium content without the added fat and this facilitates easy absorption of calcium by the body. And it's not just calcium. Milk is also rich in nutrients like potassium, magnesium, riboflavin, phosphorus and Vitamins D, A and B12, all of which are important for healthy bones.

Orange Juice
Oranges are packed with essential nutrients like vitamins, minerals and calcium. They are a must-have for healthy bone growth. They can be especially used by individuals who have intolerance to lactose and cannot obtain their daily calcium requirements from dairy products. So next time you help yourself with a serving of fruits, make sure you have enough oranges in that.

Dairy Products
Many experts have designated dairy products like cheese and yogurt as preferred source of calcium due to their high calcium levels. In case you are lactose intolerant, you can also opt for other dairy products that are either lactose-free or have low levels of lactose. Yogurt is contains a chemical called lactoferrin which an iron-binding protein which promotes the growth and activity of osteoblasts (the cells that build bones).

Nuts and Seeds
Besides being rich in calcium, nuts like walnuts, flaxseeds, almonds, pistachios etc are also very good sources of minerals and omega 3 fatty acids. Peanuts and calcium contain potassium which prevents loss of calcium in urine.
 Dark green leafy veggies like brocolli and spinach are great sources of calcium and vitamin D and it's the latter which helps in absorption of Calcium and Phosphorus, thereby ensuring growth of healthy bones and teeth. Collards and turnip greens can also be helpful in providing you with your daily dose of calcium. The alkaline effect of eating a diet rich in these vegetables will help you to strengthen your bones and promote bone growth by preventing calcium loss. Besides, plant sterols (steroid hormones) are converted to a hormone called calciferol and that aids calcium absorption.

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