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Sunday, September 18, 2011


The nose has a left and a right side; we use both to inhale and exhale.

Actually they are different; you would be able to feel the difference.
The right side represents the sun, left side represents the moon.
During a headache, try to close your right nose and use your left nose to breathe.

In about 5 mins, your headache will go?
Right side belongs to 'hot', so it gets heated up easily, left side belongs to 'cold'.

Most females breathe with their left noses, so they get "cooled off" faster.

Most of the guys breathe with their right noses, they get worked up.

Do you notice the moment we wake up, which side breathes faster? Left or right? ?

If left is faster, you will feel tired.
So, close your left nose and use your right nose for breathing, you will get refreshed quickly.

This can be taught to kids, but it is more effective when practiced by adults.

My friend used to have bad headaches and was always visiting the doctor.

There was this period when he suffered headache literally every night, unable to study.

He took painkillers, did not work.

He decided to try out the breathing therapy here: closed his right nose and breathed through his left nose.

In less than a week, his headaches were gone! He continued the exercise for one month.

This alternative natural therapy without medication is something that he has experienced.

So, why not give it a try?

Tuesday, September 13, 2011


It appears very HEARTENING at least, majority of countrymen are behind the crusade against corruption
by way of expressing strong willpower towards JAN LOKPAL BILL. However we should do introspect
ourselves in our thought process, attitude at home itself. Though following points may appear silly but
paying attention on the small things can make ourselves better and create a better society.

1. We (majority of our countrymen) are used to spit on public places and road without having the
thought that it may affect others. Urinating in the open so common in the city area too and no
one spares a thought it makes place so unhygienic and may be a source of contagious disease.

2. Throwing gunny bags, scraps, on the road and drains is so common consequently choking of
drainage is not uncommon.

3. Patriotism is not just about hoisting tricolor flags; it is about how much one cares about
neighbors, society, country and fellow countrymen. But cheating fellow countrymen in govt
offices, always asking some favor in exchange of doing any work(for which the employees
have been recruited), the behavior of policemen to civilians in police stations, making lacs of
cases pending in courts, developing poor infrastructures(not as per standard) really force us to
seriously doubt over their patriotism and nationalism.

4. We don’t want to stand in queue instead want to bypass fellow countrymen standing in line. We
don’t wish to sense others pain.

5. If our family member or relative is govt employee, We(means majority of our countrymen)
use to encourage him/her for proceeding on leave without putting an application, for minting
money by any means, for not attending offices on time, not paying heed to the public. On the
other hand, if we face any difficulty with other govt. officials, we express great frustration. Why
such dual policy??

6. Look at the castes, community feeling in our society, our society still discourages intercast
marriages. Noticeably there was big news of murder as well for violating self styled KHAP
PANCHAYAT rules. Don’t you think this is corruption in our society?

7. Typically our society is male dominated and consequently we find restaurants, bars are flooded
with men except occasional few women. Majority of them don’t wish to go out on dinner with
family’s members. Men use to expend hundreds of rupees in bars for junk foods & alcohols
which are not in fact good for health. On the contrary they shall not be willing to expend on
every wishes of other family member (say wife and kids).What does it mean?? They don’t like to
share their feeling for food and fun with other member of their families. It is another example of
corruption in the thought process. Though things are changing but in dismal pace.

8. In majority of families in our society, we find that wives are forced to eat jootha(sorry I don’t
know the exact English word) left by husbands but husbands are not supposed to eat jootha
left by wives eventhough it is acceptable in bedroom during nighttime. Isn’t it fair to call it shear
It is so surprising to observe that in our society people are so scared of eating jootha even in
family and among friends. There is big misconception in that. In fact there is nothing wrong in
a group eating from a common plate unless someone from them suffer from any contagious

And so many prevailing traditions you shall observe at our home and surroundings which should be
given second thoughts. Once we study our social behavior we find


Saturday, September 3, 2011

Lokpal Bill

Central to any compromise will be the contours of the Bill that Parliament will debate and approve. Sources say the government may make major changes to its draft Lokpal Bill to include provisions from Team Anna's Jan Lokpal Bill. The key differences between the two are:

To include the Prime Minister under the Lokpal or not:

This is perhaps the most emotive issue amongst Anna's supporters. Primarily because it's simple, it's symbolic and easy to comprehend. The Opposition BJP and the Left want the PM included too with some exclusion clauses to ensure national security is not compromised.
The government will discuss this at an all-party meeting today - it is inclined to give in to the demand; negotiations will be focused on the "exclusion clauses."

Lower bureaucracy to be investigated by the Lokpal:

The government wants only major corruption to fall under the Lokpal - so it says only Class 1 government servants should be included, not junior officers. The argument is that if every one of the 30 lakh central government servants is included, the Lokpal will need 20,000 investigators. Team Anna has argued that the common man faces day-to-day corruption from the lower-level government officials, so these must be included. The Left parties say only Class 1 and above should be included.
This remains one of the major sticking points. The Government says let us come up with another arrangement.

To include the Judiciary:

If there is one thing that the government, the BJP and the Left parties agree on, it is that the judiciary should not be under the Lok Pal. The argument is that the Lokpal will send corruption cases to courts for trial and sentencing. If judges are under the scrutiny of the Lokpal, how will they be independent enough to go against it in these cases? Moreover, this goes against a key tenet of the Constitution: The independence of the judiciary. Anna's team argues that there is rampant corruption in the judiciary and it must be policed by the Lokpal.
Team Anna may compromise on this. It has indicated that a good judicial accountability Bill, separate from the Lokpal but brought around the same time, could be acceptable.

Should MPs' actions inside Parliament be included under the Lokpal:

According to the Constitution any corrupt behaviour by MPs inside the House is currently exempt from scrutiny. Even the Supreme Court has held that MPs' actions inside Parliament cannot be questioned. Anna and his team say the Constitution should be amended to include MPs' corruption inside the House.
Most parties are against this. A compromise could be some form of accountability, but a change in the Constitution seems unlikely.

Overseeing corruption in the Lokpal:

Who will ensure that up to 20,000 officers in the Lokpal are not corrupt? Anna's draft has some oversight provisions - most parties feel the provision in the Anna draft is very weak. In a compromise, Team Anna may climb down on this and agree to a separate body to oversee the functioning of the Lokpal and for grievance redressal.

Method of appointing of the Lokpal:

The Anna draft has suggested complicated methods of appointing the Lokpal, which have been widely criticized as impractical. In a compromise, Team Anna is expected to agree to simplify this. So long as the appointment is not made by the Executive.

Common Bill for All:

Team Anna wants one common Lokpal Bill for both the Centre and the states. The government wants states to come up with their own Bills.
This remains a sticking point.

Including CBI and CVC:

Both sides agree that Parliament should decide whether or not India's foremost investigation agency, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and the Central Vigilance Commission should be under the purview of the Lokpal.