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Monday, October 31, 2011

India U-19 Beat Turkmenistan U-19 by 3-1




India U-19 line-up against Turkmenistan. 

TEHRAN:  The skies did clear but the chill pinched. In a weather where playing football is perhaps the best activity, India’s U-19 boys got off to a winning start on the opening day of the AFC U-19 Qualifiers when they beat a 10-man Turkmenistan 3-1 at the historical Takhti Stadium in Tehran.
Brandon Fernandes put India in the lead when he converted a penalty in the 39th minute only for Myradov to equalise in the 56th minute. Captain Malswamfela doubled India’s lead in the 60th minute while Prabir Das completed the rout in the 82nd minute.   
One is bound to be a bit nostalgic the moment one steps in the Takhti. Built in 1973, it played host to the 1974 Asian Games. The 30,000-seater Stadium doesn’t have any stands on the far side -- it has been left clear for the Alborz Mountain Range to watch; and the Indians didn’t disappoint the majestic Alborz.
It was a clinical display by the U-19 colts. They were not in a hurry and preferred to play the waiting game. In fact, Turkmenistan tried to dominate early as they preferred to attack down the left with Captain Durdiyev Didar and Muhadov Suleyman staying keen in making a mark. But a stubborn Pritam Kotal stood firm, thwarting and intercepting.
As the game progressed, the Indians took over. Brandon Fernandes and Sehnaj Singh took control and with Holicharan Narzary and Captain Malswamfela interchanging, the Turkmenistan defence was stretched a lot.
The first goal came in the 39th minute. Brandon, who with his deft touches had always kept the rival defence guessing, got past Gurt Podarov with a sudden burst of speed on the right side. Caught on the wrong foot, Podarov, all in desperation had little option but to bring Brandon down inside the box only to be given marching orders. Brandon gleefully converted from the spot to put India in the lead.
Changing over, quite against the run of play, Myradov pulled it back for Turkmenistan in the 56thminute. But it didn’t last long as four minutes later, Fela side-stepped two defenders before blasting it in.
Keen to seal the fate early, Coach Colm Toal introduced a double substitution – Johnychand Singh coming in place of Brandon Fernandes and Prabir Das replacing Pronay Halder -- and the fresh legs sealed the final nail. In the 82nd minute, Prabir complemented stayed alert to tap in India’s third goal after Holicharan Narzary had snaked past a couple of defenders down the left flank. For India, birthday-boy Anto Xavier was red-carded in the 86th minute.
India next play Iran on November 2.
In another match, Uzbekistan U-19 defeated Pakistan U-19  3-0.
India U-19: Ravi Kumar; Narayan Das, Bikramjit Singh, Sonu, Pritam Kotal; Brandon Fernandes (Johnychand Singh – 67th minute), Anto Xavier, Sehnaj Singh, Pronay Halder (Prabir Das – 69th); Holicharan Narzary, Malswamfela (C) (Sunny – 85th).



For detail of full schedule - click here


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बाँकी है ।

- गोपाल प्रसाद 
आर. टी .आई. activist

फैल चुके हो गुब्बारे की तरह तुम
बस एक कील चुभाना बाँकी है ।
प्रश्नों की श्रृंखला से घेर चुका हूँ तुमको
बस एक आरटीआई लगाना बाँकी है ।




 काफी परीक्षा हो चुकी हमारी
अब तो मात्र प्रमाणपत्र लेना बाँकी है ।
भ्रष्टाचार के चारों तरफ पेट्रोल डाल चुका हूँ मैं
अब आग ईमानदारी का लगाना बाँकी है ।

क्रिकेट के पचड़े में ही पड़े रहेंगे जमाने वाले
देश की समस्याओं का समाधान अभी बाँकी है ।
भरोसा दिलाया है वित्तमंत्री ने हमको
सब कुछ ठीक हो जाएगा एक झटके में
बस काला धन को वापस लाना बाँकी है ।

बिना तैयारी के हम चले थे नक्सलवाद मिटाने
कुछ लाश और आने बाँकी है ।
समया को ये नहीं उपर से देखेंगे
इतजार करें, एक नया आयोग बनना बाँकी है ।
खत्म हो गई अब सीबीआई के प्रति विश्‍वसीयता
पता नहीं क्यों कुछ लोगों को अभी भी आस बाँकी है ।

हद की सीमा पार करनेवाले पता नहीं क्यों है बेखबर
उनको हद में लाने वाले अंकुश का निर्माण अभी बाँकी है
क्या हिटलरशाही व्यवस्था ही ठीक कर सकती है देश को?
या देश की जनता को बापू के प्रति विश्‍वास अभी बाँकी है ।

वादा है मेरा आपसे नकाब हटा दूँगा उनका
सुबह देखना फिर एक सच्चाई, अभी तो रात बाँकी है
सावधान कर रहा हूँ गाँव के प्रेमियों को
खास पंचायतों के फैसले आने बाँकी है ।


BEWARE OF SWINDLING OF YOUR BANK ACCOUNT IN THE NAME OF WINNING LOTTERY




M K Gupta


I received a call from 923415844412 in the evening on 30.10.11 and was informed that I have won a lottery of Rs. 25 lakhs.  The caller told me that his name is Rajiv Patel and was asking my SBI’s bank account number with to deposit the cheque of lottery directly.   He told me to contact Mr. Rajesh Balaji on 0092341414353482 for further details. On asking to send the cheque by post after deducting the postage charges or hand me over the cheque by hand or on offer that I shall meet you in the Bank branch tomorrow, Balaji not agreed and he was insisting me to give the bank account number only.

When I asked address of the office to meet him personally, he said that he will tell this after the money is deposited in my account so that I can bring the sweets in the office and not before.  I think that the number 92 does not belong to India.

Please beware of such fraud and I have already informed this incident to Delhi Police on email.

Facts about tea, coffee and cola drinks


Dr KK Aggarwal
Padma Shri and Dr B C Roy National Awardee
President, Heart Care Foundation of India

1. Caffeine is consumed in coffee, tea, soft drinks, and small amounts in chocolate.

2. It is the most widely used pharmacologically active substance in the world.

3. Caffeine can acutely raise blood pressure by 10 mmHg in patients who are infrequently exposed.

4. There is no effect on blood pressure in habitual coffee drinkers

5. It does not increase the risk of incident hypertension.

6.There is no evidence that caffeine in doses used in routine can provoke a spontaneous arrhythmia in individuals with or without a history of cardiac arrhythmia. There is no protective effect of caffeine abstinence also. In heart patients with coronary disease, the risk may be increased in individuals who are slow metabolizers of caffeine and drink two or more cups of coffee per day.

7. Ingestion of large quantities of caffeine is associated with arrhythmic and cardiovascular events, especially in patients with underlying cardiac disease.

8. Patients with a history of cardiac arrhythmia or at increased risk for cardiovascular events should moderate their caffeine intake from all sources.

9. Consumption of caffeinated beverages is associated with some short-term benefits like increased mental alertness and improved athletic performance.

10. Consumption of caffeinated beverages is associated with short term adverse effects including headache, anxiety, tremors, and insomnia.

11. In the long term, caffeine is also associated with generalized anxiety disorder, depression, and substance abuse disorders.

12. Long term benefits of caffeinated beverages are dose-dependent. Caffeine is associated with a reduced risk of Parkinson disease, Alzheimer disease, alcoholic cirrhosis, and gout.

13. Both caffeinated and decaffeinated coffee is associated with a lower risk of type 2 diabetes.

14. Several studies have linked coffee consumption with prevalence of various cancers.

15. The majority of studies show there may be a modest inverse relationship between coffee consumption and all-cause mortality.

16. Caffeine withdrawal is a well-documented clinical syndrome with headache being the most common symptom.

[Source Uptodate]


Sunday, October 30, 2011

3 days "Uttarakhand Mahotsav" concluded in Dwarka,

Thakur Kundan Singh
Report & Photo
Dwarka Parichay Desk


Members of UCMD enjoying three-days colourful  cultural programme
“UTTARAKHAND MAHOTSAV”  for the aid of Orphanages  and  Old  Age  Homes.
Health of Children from Orphanages checked by Artemis Hospital.

People got their pain releived in 5 minutes in Acupressure/ Sujok camp by DR. R.K. Bharadwaj.  

People enjoying  3-day Cultural Programme from  28-30 October 2011 at  Dwarka, New Delhi

The scintillating Mahotsav showcased the Uttarakhand’s rich culture, folk music & dance, ethnic clothes, tourism, medicinal herbs, famous food products, delicious pahari cuisine, etc. 

Mr. M R Sirswal, President of UCMD informed Dwarka Parichay that on this ocassion UCMD is publishing 5th edition of Souvenir-cum-Directory of members. Dwarka Parichay ( on line promoted this event) has published the e-magazine of the 3 days event with full detail & photographs. Subscribe to get this e-magazine in your e-mail box.



Mr M R Sirswal thanked all the members of UCMD for their dedicated efforts to make this event a grand success. He thanked Sqd Ldr A R Nautiyal (Retd.)- Vice President, Vinod Rawat- Secretary (Honorary), Savitri Rawat -Joint Secretary, Mrs Harsha Lakhera-Cultural Secretary, Mr Anand B S Rawat-Treasurer, Mr Rajendra S Chauhan-Member, Mr Ramesh C Sundriyal- Member, Mr Dinesh Lakhera- Member.

6th Maha Rudram held at, Sector 7, Dwarka

6th  Maha Rudram held at Barat Ghar, Sector 7, Dwarka organised by Dwarkalaya

ABOUT MAHARUDRA MAHAYAGNA

“ Yagna is the Kamadhenu, Yagna is for your happiness and welfare. Your life depends on the five elements of the nature. By the practice of Yagna the cycles of nature are replenished and enriched. By performing Yagna you will fulfil your duty to nature. When you do this nature will bestow abundance upon you and your life becomes a happy one. But you must repay with feeling of gratitude in the form of Yagna. “(Bhagawad Gita- Ch. 3 & 4)”.


The Maharudra Mahayagna is the offering of Hymns in praise of Lord Shiva in the ritualistic manner and form as laid down in the Vedopanishads seeking His grace, mercy and blessings for peace, prosperity, longevity and above all good health for all, thus keeping away evil, misery and pain from mankind. This Yagna is a process that blends the repeated chanting of the Sri Rudram and Chamakam to both calm and empower the force of Rudra in our lives.


Recitation of Sri Rudram is always followed by the chanting of Chamakam, which is a prayer for “Abeeshta Sidhi” or desirable ends to lead a peaceful and happy life. Recitation of Sri Rudram with Abhishekam to the Lord is known as Rudra Abhishekam. Elevan (11) recitations of Sri Rudram followed by one recitation of the Chamakam is called EKADASA RUDRAM.This also constitutes. One unit of the Rudra Homam. Again eleven (11) Laghu Rudram recitations make a MAHARUDRAM.


New Office Bearers of SCAD elected


The Senior Citizens Association, Dwarka (SCAD) is a registered body and a Member of Confederation of Senior Citizens Associations of Delhi. The SCAD has enrolled about twelve hundred members with many more keen to associate themselves with this body.

The AGM of the Association was held on 16th Oct 2011 at Conference Hall of DAV School, Sector- 6, Dwarka. There was overwhelming response and over two hundred fifty members actively participated in the meeting.

Shri SP Roy, President of the Association, welcomed the members and Shri Balbir Singh Yadav, General Secretary presented in brief the Activities Report of the SCAD.

The Association actively participates and represents Dwarka in World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, observed annually on 15 June. On 14th June 2011 on the eve of World Elder Abuse Awareness Day organized by HelpAge India, a team of five members including President and Gen Secretary of the Association participated in the discussions.

On 01.10.2011, on the occasion of International Elders Day, 150 Members of SCAD led by Gen Sec Balbir Singh Yadav participated in Walkathon organized at India Gate(6.00AM to (9.00AM) jointly organized by Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, GOI and HelpAge in association with SCAD. Shri Mukul Wasnik, Union Minister addressed the Sr Citizens. T-Shirt with Cap and sweets packet were distributed to participants.

It is unfortunate that Dwarka has not been provided any place for social activities of the elderly. For the last two years the Association has been pursuing the matter with the Govt authorities viz Chief Minister and Social Welfare Ministers of Delhi Govt, MLA s and MCD Councilors of area, DDA etc. But there have been only assurances so far.

The Association has been pursuing the case with Union Health Minister and other authorities to enhance quality of Health Care in CGHS Wellness Centre in Dwarka by providing services of Specialists. Only Specialist Physician visits Dwarka, that too once a week which is inadequate.

The Association has been holding Free Health check up camps at Dwarka with the support of HelpAge India and prominent hospitals Sharp Sight Medfort, Columbia Asia, Bhagat Chandra, Fortis etc in different locations of Dwarka. This activity has been appreciated by the residents of Dwarka. The SCAD acknowledges with thanks the support of above agencies.

The majority of Sr Citizens of Dwarka are professionals with vast experience in Government, Public and Private enterprises. With their support and guidance the SCAD aims to achieve objectives like Recreation Space and facilities, Home for the Elderly, Medical facilities from Government & Private Hospitals, Ambulance facilities etc.

To ensure security of the elderly the Association has already sent a list of about six hundred senior citizens to Police with details of telephone numbers, address etc and action is in hand to forward the details of the remaining.

S.P.Rai, Patron
Members are informed that Association through Confederation of Associations of Delhi has taken up the case with the Chief Minister of Delhi to issue Identity Cards to Sr Citizens of Delhi. The Chief Minister had assured of speedy action but there has been no result so far. The Association is also issuing Identity cards to its members on its own behalf. 

The election of Office Bearers of Association was also held on 16th Oct 2011 as per the agenda of meeting. The election was unanimous and Election Officer declared the following office bearers as elected:- 






B.S.Yadav, Presidents
S.No.     Name Post 

1 Sh. Balbir Singh Yadav President
2 Sh. Bhagwan Singh (Jamwal) Vice President
3 Sh. S. P. Rastogi General Secretary
4 Sh. P. B. Singh Joint Secretary
5 Sh. P. P. Bagga Treasurer
6 Smt. Sadhna Sharma Executive Member
7 Smt. Renu Sharma -do-
8 Sh. A. C. Kashyap -do-
9 Sh. M. C. Sharma -do-
10 Sh. Surjit Singh -do-
11 Wg. Cdr K. L. Kapoor -do-

5 नवंबर से सब टीवी पर नये शो : गाड़ी बुला रही है

प्रेमबाबू शर्मा  

सब टीवी चैनल शनिवार 5 नवंबर से हर रात डेढ़ घंटे का एक महाएपीसोड का प्रसारण करेगा। रात 9 बजे से प्रसारित होने वाले इस खास महाएपीसोड में हर बार एक नए पारिवारिक हास्य धारावाहिक का प्रसारण होगा। 5 नवंबर को निर्देशक रवि राय और निर्माता विपुल डी शाह के धारावाहिक ओए बंटी बबलू ओए का प्रसारण होगा। इस धारावाहिक के मुख्य कलाकार हैं नितेश पांडे, गौरव गेरा, रीता भादुड़ी और तान्या ओबेरॉय। इन धारावाहिकों में से ओए बंटी बबलू ओए एक छोटे कस्बे में रहने वाले दो भोले-भाले युवकों बंटी और बबलू की कहानी है
12 नवंबर को प्रसारित कडी क्या होगा इस देश का। राजन वागधरे निर्देशित और सिद्धार्थ तिवारी निर्मित है। 

नवंबर के तीसरे शनिवार की रात धारावाहिक गाड़ी बुला रही है के नाम होगी। राजेश बेरी निर्देशित इस धारावाहिक में मुख्य भूमिकाएं रंजीत, राकेश बेदी, वरुण बडोला, श्वेता क्वात्रा, अमिता नांगिया और अरुपा बोस जैसे वरिष्ठ कलाकार निभा रहे हैं। 

सब टीवी के कार्यकारी उपाध्यक्ष व बिजनेस हेड अनुज कपूर ने बताया, हम दर्शकों को हर शनिवार को वैकल्पिक मनोरंजन की एक नई खुराक परोसने जा रहे हैं। भारतीय टेलीविजन पर इससे पहले कभी भी हर हफ्ते नया धारावाहिक वो भी महाएपीसोड के साथ प्रसारित नहीं किया गया है। अब शनिवार की शाम पूरे परिवार के लिए एक साथ हंसी-खुशी के साथ बिताने की शाम बन जाएगी। उन्होंने कहा कि सब टीवी ने इस खास प्रोग्रामिंग के लिए छोटे परदे के दिग्गज निर्माता निर्देशकों से हाथ मिलाया है जो सब टीवी के दर्शकों के लिए हर बार कुछ नया और कुछ बेहतर लेकर आएंगे।

Saturday, October 29, 2011

The Chhath Puja - tuning our LIFE with NATURE


Chhath, also known as Dala Chhath is an important festival celebrated in Bihar and many other parts of India in which setting Sun (dawn) is worshiped . Although Bihar celebrates Chhath most elaborately it is also followed in some parts of West Bengal, Jharkhand, Orissa, Assam, Mauritius, mainly among the Bhojpuri and Maithali speaking people. Chhath is also important for Nepalese worshippers of god as well as in eastern Uttar Pradesh.The best place to witness Chhath would be around Northern Bihar where it is celebrated in great grandeur. The festival is observed and in Bihar since time immemorial with the constant faith that the Sun God fulfils wishes if 'araghya' is offered with complete dedication and devotion. Chhath is not just a physical attachment to the people of Bihar, it is also present in their hearts, and this is why the people bring wherever they have migrated. Nowadays it can be easily seen at the ghats of Yamuna in Delhi and other parts of India indicating its presence across the country.
It is a festival connected with purity, devotion to the Sun God who is considered as the source of life on this earth and is regarded as wish fulfiller.

The festival is with an aim to express thanks to Sun God for offering energy to earth continuously enabling the environment suitable for the people to live.

In the evening arghya people express their thanks to Sun God for its work in growing their crops during the preceding year and morning arghya is considered as a request for a bountiful crop, peace and prosperity in the year to come.

Devotees assemble at the ghats at rivers and ponds including Ganges and take a holy dip before preparing offerings (Prasad). The main constituent of the offerings are Thekua, which is a wheat based cake.

Offerings are preferably cooked on earthen Chulha (oven). Some traditions are exercised with little difference varying from region to region and across the families with basic similarity.

During the , offerings are contained in small, semicircular pans woven out of bamboo strips called soop.
Chhath is a Hindu festival but many muslim families also participates in this holy festival.

Chhath Puja 2011
Chhath is also called ‘Suryasasthi’ as it observed after the six days of Diwali, the festival of light. Chhath takes place during 6th day (Shasthi) lunar fortnight of Kartik month. lasts for four days. There is also a "Chaiti Chhath" just after Holi during Chaitra Navratri in the month of Chaitra (March last to mid April).

In 2011, the festivity for Chhath puja will begin from October 30 and last till November 2

First Day of Chhath Puja: Nahai Khai Nahai Khai (Bath & Eat) The first day of the puja is known as Nahai Khai (Bath & Eat), the Vrati (devotees) take a bath preferably in sacred river Ganga and bring the holy water to cook offerings (Prasad) at home.

Second Day of Chhath Puja: Kharna 
A whole day fast (without water) is observed by the vratis (devotees). The vratis end their fast in the evening after performing puja. Offerings (Prasad) are comprises of Rasiao-kheer (rice delicacy), puris (deep-fried puffs of wheat flour) or chapatti and bananas - are distributed among family, friends and visitors.

Third Day of Chhath Puja: Chhat Sandhya Argh (Chhat Dala Evening puja)Devotees observe fast without consuming water. The whole day is spent in preparing puja offerings. All the offerings are kept in tray made up of bamboo. Offerings comprises of Thekua, coconut, banana and other seasonal fruits.

The evening ritual is performed at the banks of river or pond or any clean water body. All the devotees, family, friends and visitors assemble their and the agrahya is offered to the setting Sun. ‘Kosi’ – One of the most charming events during Chhath Puja known as ‘Kosi’ is celebrated at the courtyard of the house after evening offerings. Lightened earthen lamps (diyas) are kept beneath the covering of five sugarcane sticks or 24 sticks (as per local tradition). The same event also takes place at the ghats in the early morning before morning offerings (arghyas).

Fourth Day of Chhath Puja: Chhath Suryodaya Argh (Chhath Dala Morning puja) This is the last and final event of the auspicious puja, the devotees again with their family, friends and relatives assemble on the bank of river or pond to offer arghyas (offerings) to the rising Sun. After performing arghyas devotees break their fast. Ginger and Sugar are used by devotees to break their fast (as per local tradition).

Know more about Chhath festival

Meeting of IAC and programme on RTI on 13th Nov.






A meeting of the India Against Corruption was held today under the guidance of Shri Yashwant Prakash and next course of action was decided. It was decided to nominate co-ordinators for contacting and uniting the volunteers sectorwise. The office for taking vow against corruption i.e. no to bribe taking or giving will be decided shortly so that the volunteers can approach the staff of that office for taking vow against bribe. For this, four offices were suggested and they were DDA, PF, MCD at Kakrola and the Regional Transport Authority, Janakpuri.

It was also informed that such meeting will continue to be held on every Saturday at 5.00 p.m. at terrace 330, Vardhman Crown Mall in Sector 19. The volunteers should attend the meeting. However, in case of no meeting on any Saturday, it will be informed through SMS/ email.

Shri M K Gupta highlighted the importance of RTI and urged the participants to use that in case of delay or denial of a legitimate work. He also informed about the programme on RTI on 13th Nov (Sunday) at Gokul Garden which will be attended by Shri Shailesh Gandhi, Information Commissioner.

We will be competitive: Colm Toal


Nilanjan Datta

TEHRAN: India’s U-19 team stay focused on the AFC U-19 Qualifiers in Tehran at the moment. Clubbed in a strong group, Head Coach Colm Toal Joseph Toal assures, his boys will be competitive and stay positive against higher-ranked opponents. In a freewheeling chat with www.the-aiff.com, Toal spoke at length about the present batch, the preparations and about how results shouldn’t be the benchmark to judge Youth Development Programmes (YDP). EXCERPTS:


Head Coach Colm Toal
Expectations are running high back home after the U-16 squad qualified for the AFC Final Phase.
It’s nice to get results but we need to remember the Youth Development Programme (YDP) is not all about results. Obviously, the fact that we qualified in 2007 and again in 2011 gives us that extra fillip and tell us that we are marching forward. More than results the YDP is all about producing Players who can go onto playing in the I-League and represent the Senior National Team. That we have been doing that consistently is satisfying indeed.
The more the boys win, the more confident they become. We need to maintain the right balance.
How has the preparation been for the AFC U-19 Qualifiers?
We have been training in Goa where everything is in place. Besides, the Camp in Shanghai was a very significant one for us. We made a lot of progress from where we performed reasonably well against some very tough teams in the Weifang Cup. Prior to landing in Tehran, we were based in Doha for around 12 days. I’d say it came at the right time for us. The facilities were excellent and the practice matches further helped. The AIFF has done everything a Federation can do to help us train in the right manner.

U-19 boys at the breakfast table


How good is this bunch of U-19 boys?
They are as good as any other batch. But I don’t believe in comparing teams. Batches which produce results don’t always come out as better players in the long run. I want them to go and make a mark in the I-League for the Pailan Arrows after the U-19 Qualifiers end. That will define them for sure.
India have been clubbed in a tough Group along with hosts Iran and Uzbekistan. How do you rate our chances?
Our teams work hard and we need to be competitive. I can’t guarantee we will win but we will play to win. You need to give yourself a chance against the best and stay positive. It’s not for nothing that Iran and Uzbekistan are way ahead of us in the Rankings. Rankings don’t only reflect the performance of the Senior Teams – rather, it filters down to the age-groups. And if we look there, you will see they have been doing a better job than us for a longer period of time.
Since you took over the YDP, the face of Indian football is slowly but surely changing. What is the secret of Colm Toal’s approach/success?
I have a strong objection to what you say. It’s not about an individual; it’s about team work. If Indian football is to move ahead, it’s essential the Indian Coaches do well in the long term. I have been lucky enough to be surrounded by competent individuals who I believe, will change Indian football in the long run. YDP is not just about developing players -- it’s important the coaches also get the recognition.



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U-19 Team India - practice session

AFC U-19 Qualifiers - FIXTURES


Group C: Uzbekistan, Iran Pakistan, India, Turkmenistan (Takhti Stadium)

Oct 31: Pakistan vs Uzbekistan – 3.30pm
Oct 31: India vs Turkmenistan – 6.30pm – IST: 8.30pm
Nov 2: Pakistan vs Turkmenistan – 2pm
Nov 2: Iran vs India – 6.30pm – IST: 8.30pm
Nov 4: India vs Uzbekistan – 3.30pm – IST: 5.30pm
Nov 4: Turkmenistan vs Iran – 6.30pm
Nov 6: Turkmenistan vs Uzbekistan – 3.30pm
Nov 6: Iran vs Pakistan – 6.30pm
Nov 8: Pakistan vs India – 3.30pm – IST: 5.30pm
Nov 8: Uzbekistan vs Iran – 6.30pm


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रात से काली सुबह को देखा है।
रवि को आग बरसाते देखा है
पढ़ने को तरसते नन्हे मासुमों को देखा है
अरमानो के जलते दिये को बुझते देखा है
मासुमों कि आंखो से टपकते आंसूओ को देखा है
रात से काली सुबह को देखा है।


दोपहर की जलती धूप को देखा है
कामयाबी के पथ से भटकते मासूमों को देखा है
चहरे पर उदासी लिये नाजुक कंधो पर लदे बोझ को देखा है
उसी बोझ के नीचे बीतते उनके सारे बच्चपन को देखा है
रात से काली सुबह को देखा है।

रात की काली रात को देखा है
उनके जीवन पर फलते अंधकार को देखा है
आंखो से ओझल होते नन्हे आंखो के सपनो को देखा है
मेहनत कि मार से टूटते उसके बदन को देखा है
जिन्दगी को रात मे सिमटते, करवटे बदलते देखा है।


कहते है कि रात के बाद दिन आता है
पर रात के बाद रात आते देखा है
मासूमो के जीवन पर अंधियारा छाते देखा है
कंधो पर बोझ उठाये बच्चपन को देखा है
जवानी को बुढापे मे बदलते देखा है
जीवन मे रात को ठहरते देखा है
बच्चो को बच्चपन खोते देखा है
रात से काली सुबह को देखा है।

बच्चो को बच्चपन खोते देखा है
रात से काली सुबह को देखा है।।

Why Different Kriyas Are Experienced by Disciples In The Presence Of Guru


Geeta
Spiritual healer
What is a Kriya?
Kriyas are an involuntary physical and mental purification movements and reactions resulted from elevated spiritual consciousness. Seekers frequently experience kriyas during their spiritual practices. A disciple coming in contact with his Guru may feel a sudden uplift of spiritual emotions and ecstasy manifested by uncontrolled physical and mental movements or reactions known as kriyas.
Characteristics of Kriya: 
  • The aura of a Guru has tremendous vibratory energy, whenever a disciple sits within the range of the Guru auric field, his own auric field vibration is lifted to higher dimension and he feels elevated spiritual consciousness.
  • In order to higher energy to flow though our channels we need enlarged and unobstructed nadis. The elevated consciousness felt in the presence of the Guru releases the personal energy blocks necessary for inner purification.
  • The expansion of energy field and clearing of inner impurities may take place on many levels like physically, mentally, psychologically, emotionally and spiritually.
  • Whenever this elevated energy comes up against inner blockages of a disciple, produces kriyas in him. The inner impurities or blockages may be in the form of illness, emotional traumas, narrow or negative belief and attitudes, psycho-spiritual debris from past lives karmas and psychic influences from astral and invisible dimensions.
  • Sometimes the disciple imitates a variety of animal sounds and movements which represents his previous births habitual patterns.
Manifestation of kriyas:
Physical level:
Sensation in spinal cord, tingling in body, giddiness or heaviness in head, clapping, uncoordinated movements of hands, rapid movement of head, swinging from one side to other, high vibration in the body, dancing, singing, physical contortions, suspension of breath, abdomen can get flat and drawn inward, the chin may press against the lower hollow of the neck in the front, burning sensation in body sometimes the hands, feet and body will move to from certain dance patterns or yogic asana or postures which the disciple have never done before. Sometimes the disciple may act as a trained gymnast and makes rare hands posture or mudras.
Mental level:
In mental Kriyas different past lives patterns and imprints may surface on the consciousness and the seeker may feel the emotions of joy, sorrow, pain, and trance, he may feel prana or subtle energy flowing in the brain, feeling of extreme weightlessness or levitation, seeing lights and smelling sweet fragrances.
Emotional level:
Laughing or weeping with extreme joy, stupor [marginal consciousness], perspiration, horripilation [bristling of body hair], choking of voice, trembling, paleness of complexion, tears and loss of consciousness are some common signs of emotional kriyas felt by a disciple in the presence of the Guru. The disciple may automatically chant mantra or sing devotional songs in the front of their Guru,
Spiritual level:
In the presence of Guru the devotee may feel elevated level of spiritual advancement and filled with spiritual fervour. Devotion, concentration, renunciation and feeling of super consciousness are common experiences, experienced in the presence of the Guru. Some devotee can see saints, divine entities and celestial bodies like stars, sun and moon in the presence of their Guru. Some disciple may automatically get answers of their spiritual quarries in the front of Guru in the mysterious ways.
Benefits of kriyas: 
  • Kriyas balances the body, mind and senses by removing the impurities, deficiencies and weaknesses.
  • The kriyas which are visible as uncontrolled body movements may signify a great inner healing process. We are not aware of our inner blockages but the kriyas work constantly to dissolve these blockages.
  • Physical kriyas washes out the carbon dioxide from the blood, reactivate the brain cells, clean the air channels and stimulate the abdominal organs.
  • Kriyas redistribute the unbalanced energy of the aura created by malfunctioning chakras.
  • People having angry, depressed and worried attitude may feel sharp pain in solar plexus area, nausea and heavy weight being felt on chest or a sudden sensation of being punched in the stomach.
  • Different mudras as kriyas pacify and sooth the heart chakra.
  • Many kriyas can dissolve the negativity of this and past lives karmas.
  • Kriyas are simply the tools of mysterious and amazing transformation of consciousness.

Friday, October 28, 2011

SARGOTSAVAM–2011: promoting healthy competition among children

The biggest cultural event....after the School Youth Festival of Kerala....
Spread on four days....and conducted on several stages 

simultaneously....


SARGOTSAVAM–2011:-A festival as its name implies is intended to promote healthy competition among the participating children.... so as to create an awareness and eagerness among them to have more and more knowledge which ultimately results in improving their intrinsic qualities....



For more detail, please contact: Jansanskriti, 31 Firozshah Road, New Delhi - 110001
President: Mohandas P K - 9868499874, General Secretary: M V Santhosh - 9810996187

10th Sri Chitragupt Puja and Chitrans Ke Gaurav Award Ceremony in Dwarka





Sh Subodh Kant Sahai, Union Minister for Tourism, Govt. of India speaking on the ocassion of 10th Sri Chitragupt Puja and Chitrans Ke Gaurav Award Ceremony. Achievers in various fields got the awards - Sh. Yogendra Prasad-Former CMD NHPC, Sh. A B L  Srivastva- CMD NHPC,  Sh. R K  Sinha- CMD SIS Group, Sh. Amrendra Saran- Addl. Solicitor General, Sh. Sanjeev Srivastava- CMD Assotech  Group, Sh. Suresh Srivastava- Founder Chitragupt Foundation.



Public enjoying the dance & musical program at 10th Sri Chitragupt Puja and Chitrans Ke Gaurav Award Ceremony at Ambience Banquet, Sector-19, Dwarka. 


माता अंजना का पुत्र हनुमान से वियोग...!!`



प्रेमबाबू

सहारावन पर प्रसारित धारावाहिक जय जय जय बजरंग बली की वर्तमान कहानी में श्री हनुमान, बाली और तारा के साथ किष्किन्धा पहुंचते हैं और सुग्रीव को ये जानकर आश्चर्य होता है कि अंजना और केसरी के सिवाय वो तारा और बाली को अपना अभिभावक कहते हैं । इधर अंजना हनुमान के वियोग में संतप्त है ।


इस बीच सुग्रीव, बाली से हनुमान के इस प्रकार के व्यवहार पर प्रश्न करते हैं उन्हें हनुमान की शपथ और अभिशाप के विषय में जानकर आश्चर्य होता है । इस बीच रावण अपनी मॉं कैकयी से जानने के लिए व्याकुल है कि उसकी दूसरी योजना क्या है? इस बीच रावण का प्रतिबिम्ब रावण से कहता है कि लंका में वो जब तक उपस्थित है तब तक रावण अपनी तपस्या पूरी कर सकता है । इधर शोकाकुल अंजना महल में हनुमान को इधर उधर ढूंढती हैं, इस पर केसरी और कुंजर उन्हें होश दिलाते हैं कि मारूति तो किष्किन्धा में उपस्थित हैं, अंजना फूट पडती हैं । किष्किन्धा के लोग ये जानते हैं कि किस प्रकार हनुमान अपने माता पिता द्वारा त्याग दिये गये हैं और उस शाप की असलियत क्या है? उन्हें संदेह होता है कि हो न हो, ये केसरी की नयी चाल है जिसके द्वारा वा किष्किन्धा को हडपना चाहते हैं । हनुमान किष्किन्धा वासियों को अपनी माता की शपथ के विषय में बताते हुए दुःख का इजहार करते है और गॉंव वासियों को विश्वास दिलाते हैं कि वो अपने भविष्य के युवराज के दर्शन शीघ्र ही करेंगे। हनुमान के इस वचन को सुनकर तारा आश्चर्य चकित हो जाती है ।

क्या मॉं अंजना अपने प्रिय पुत्र हनुमान के वियोग में जीवन भर रह पायेंगी?
‘किश्किन्धा के युवराज’ को लाने का वचन हनुमान कैसे पूर्ण कर पायेंगे?

LAUNCH OF CALENDER DEDICATED TO PEOPLE AGAINST CORRUPTION



M K Gupta
          In an innovative move, Bhagat Hospital is launching a Calendar for 2012 which is dedicated to the persons who have taken stand against corruption. The calendar will be launched in the presence of Shri Joginder Singh, Chief Guest (Ex. Director CBI) and the Guest of Honour will be Cdr. Yashwant Prakash belonging to India Against Corruption movement, Delhi.  The function will take place on Tuesday the 1st Nov. at 5.00 p.m. at Bhagat Chandra Hospital, Mahavir Enclave, Near Palam Dwarka Flyover. 
All are cordially invited on this occasion.

Thursday, October 27, 2011

UCMD organising “Uttarakhand Mahotsav” from 28-30 th October, 2011

UCMD organising  

“Uttarakhand Mahotsav”
 A 3-day Cultural Programme 

For the aid of Orphanages and Old Age Homes  


Date: 28-30 October 2011


Time: 3.00 PM to 9.30 PM 

Venue:  Sector - 4,  DDA Park, Dwarka, New Delhi. 

There'll be many  more dignitaries who will grace the occasion.


The   scintillating  Mahotsav  will  be  the  rich  cultural  showcase  of Uttarakhand’s  folk  music, dance, musical instruments, ethnic clothes, medicinal herbs, famous food products, delicious pahari cuisine etc.

On this occasion we are also publishing  “5th edition   of   Souvenir-cum-Directory   of   UCMD  members”. UCMD members may call us soon to update their address/ phone. Any Sponsorship/ Donation for Mahotsav is most welcome. 


For Stalls booking, please rush few left. 


You may contact for Mahotsav Entry Passes: 9873300468




Uttarakhand  Chetna Manch - Dwarka (UCMD) is a non-profit registered socio-cultural welfare organization based at Dwarka, New Delhi. 


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Beside above the middle verge of Palam-Dabri Road near Dabri Extn. 
The situation has not changed for the last one month. Seems no VIP is using it for long. Local MP - MLAs all are being informed of the condition of the road but alas Delhi moving towards not world class city but World Callous City. Compare Japan built Shirakawa road within a month after Fukushima Tsunami disaster...

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Latest film release - Tell Me O Kkhuda




Film: Tell Me O Kkhuda Release Date : 27, Oct 2011
Director --- Hema Malini, Mayur Puri
Producer --- Hema Malini

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Dharmendra, Esha Deol, Rishi Kapoor, Vinod Khanna, Farooq Sheikh, 
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Public-police meet in sector-23, Dwarka


Association of Neighborhood Ladies Get-Together 

is
 
Organising a 

Police Public Meet
 
With 
DCP(South west District) Mr.Anil Kr. Ojha 
Agenda: Safety and security problems, solutions and suggestions....

Date: 29th October, 2011 
Time: 4.P.M. 
Venue: Community Hall, Green Towers CGHS
Plot 7C, Sector 23, Dwarka

Everyone is Invited..

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Film: Damadamm Release Date : 27, Oct 2011
Director --- Swapna Waghmare
Producer --- Studio 18

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