Tuesday, November 30, 2010


In today's world of fast and busy life every user wants fast internet facility with him/her.Using mobile phone as a modem is not a convenient mode.first it gives less speed and other hand it engage a costly hand set which could do other purpose .Data cards could be a good option and in present market there is a lot of options from different operators .But the problem is that most operators offer a bundle pack,it means a slavery with a particular operator .If you want to change operator your money may sunk.The best option is empty data cards where you can insert SIM and use on your choice and suitability of offers .

     micromax  give such an option by following product

3G modem is small usb device like pen drive which can be used for accessing internet in your laptop or desktop by inserting with your mobile phone GSM sim card.

100 % UNLOCKED (Supports any network)

  •  access broadband like high speed internet...all cell phone service provider offer this type of service
  • you can use any GSM sim card 2G/3G of BSNL, Airtel, vodafone, Aircel, Reliance ,orange or other with a single device
  • speed and tariff depends on service provider and state you want to use in (BSNL offers less than Rs.100 for a month)


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3. HSDPA -3.6 Mbps (downlink) / 384 Kbps (uplink)
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5. Internal Antenna
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 about 2800 to 3100 Rs depending upon town


Sunday, November 28, 2010

computer tests in banks

At present for every bank post the minimum qualification includes computer knowledge, but it is never made clear that up to which level of knowledge.It  put candidates under dilemma .Indeed computer knowledge means knowledge of basic computer operations,MS - office ,data base management,internet.one year diploma course would do all needs.Be careful about validity and recognition of institute before admission For SSC data entry test the minimum typing speed should be 8000 key press per hour but in Banks it is knowledge not speed  

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

medicinal plants of jharkhand bhent or white lotus

water lily is a common plant of standing water,although it do not have scent and charming colour like red one but from medicinal point of view .here is a description of white lotus

Botanical Name(s): Nymphaea lotus, Nymphaea Nouchali
Family Name: Nymphaeaceae
Kingdom: Plantae
Division: Magnoliophyta
Class: Magnoliopsida
Order: Nymphaeales
Family: Nymphaeaceae
Genus: Nymphaea
Species: N. lotus
Popular Name(s): Tiger Lotus, Wild Pond Lily, Egyptian White Water Lily, Sweet-Scented Pond Lily, Sweet Scented Water Lily, Toad Lily, Pond Lily, Water Lily, Cow Cabbage, Sweet Water Lily, Water Cabbage, Blue Lotus, Blue Water Lily, Sacred Blue Lotus, Blue Lily of the Nile,Bhent in palamau jharkhand
Parts Used: Flowers, Roots, Leaves, Stem.
Habitat: Throughout warmer parts of India,jharkhand,palamau  in tanks, ponds and ditches ,standing water

A species of water lily, white lotus is a perennial plant growing to a height of 45 cm. Also known as tiger lotus, it grows in clear, warm, still and slightly acidic waters. The lily pads can be seen floating on water, while the blossoms rise above the water. The flowers are white in color sometimes, with a pink tinge. The leaves vary from green to red-brown, with a number of purple spots. Tiger lotus is native to the Nile and is grown in various parts of East Africa and Southeast Asia. It is often used as an aquarium plant. 
Bhent or water lily

Plant Chemicals
(+)- apomorphine, nuciferine, phytosterols, bioflavonoids, phosphoiesterase, glucose, fructose, sucrose, mannitol, galacturonic acid, raffinose, amoni acids.

Uses & Benefits of White Lotus
  • White lotus was used in ancient Egypt, as a key to good health, sex and re-birth.
  • The plant is an aphrodisiac for both men and women and a general remedy for all kind of illnesses.
  • Continued use of tiger lotus enhances sexual vigor and general good health.
  • It is a tonic richer than ginseng, pain reliever richer than arnica, circulation stimulant richer than ginkgo biloba and sexual stimulant richer than Viagra.
  • The flowers of white lotus are used for preparing tea that creates a warm, euphoric glow.
  • The dried flowers are smoked by themselves or mixed with other herbs to add flavor to smoking mixtures.
  • The effects of tiger lotus are enhanced when soaked in wine or other alcohol.
  • The plant is effectively used to increase memory and create a feeling of euphoria and ecstasy, without the use of narcotics.
  • Its rhizomes are cooling, sweet, bitter and tonic and used in diarrhea, dysentery, dyspepsia and general debility.
  • White lotus is used internally in treatment of gastrointestinal disorders and jaundice.
  • The leaves are used in cutaneous, subcutaneous parasitic infection, eye treatments and pregnancy.
  • The seeds are used in sauces, condiments, spices and flavorings.

What went against Laloo

Laloo pd. yadav must be unable to think what went wrong.

He had all calculation done,exact vote percentage ,proper poll alliance with Paswan and incumbency factor.But such a big result in favour of opponent, unbelievable decision from public of Bihar who once trusted him for near about 15 yr.Even NDA could not think such a landsliding victory.
What deviated peoples mind away from failure of Nitish is negative propaganda of RJD as it had helped congress in 2009 MP election,calling weak PM had gone against BJP.projecting Narendra-Nitish handshaking shameful,laloo enhance vote polarisation in favour of NDA.He later attacked on correct position but it was too late.Paswan lost his charm over dalit vote,people want substantial work and more important deeds.He has lost credit and encircled in a image of opportunist not for mass as late kanshiram but  for himself and family.projecting paras as deputy CM ruined their claims against family politics.Now paswan is a five star dalit, a common dalit of bihar can not correlate him with  his.Anther factor is congress,she had to fight on two front at same time.she had been fail to show distance with laloo ,people would imagine a post alliance with RJD on the name of so called seculerism.charm of price Rahul and Sonia did not work in bihar.Every time congress made hue and cry about centers money Nitish Had been successful in putting onus on congress head for every misery of bihar.we can not deny excellent work of NDA in bihar particularly on law and order and female empowerment .It is deepest agony of bihari that they are compelled to be crazy about any ray of hope(dream) once Laloo and now nitish is showing to them.

Saturday, November 20, 2010

jOBS in Indian Statistical Institute

ISI invites applications from Indian Nationals for the positions of Visiting Scientist, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor and Professor in the subjects mentioned below, for its newly opened centre at Tezpur, Assam and Chennai, Centre in Tamil Nadu:

  • Visiting Scientist:
    • Qualification: Ph.D. degree in any of the relevant subjects.
    • Age: Preferably below 32 years
    • Pay: Rs. 35000-40000 pm + HRA
  • Assistant Professor:
    • Qualification:
      • Ph.D. Degree in any of the relevant subjects and consistently strong academic record throughout;
      • 3 years' Post-Doctoral Research and/ or teaching experience (relaxable in exceptional cases)
      • Age: Preferably below 35 years
    • Pay: PB-3 + GP Rs. 8000 + allowances. After completion of 3 years' service in PB-3 they will be place in PB-4 + GP Rs. 9000
  • Associate Professor/ Professor
    • Qualification:
      • Ph.D. degree in any of the relevant subjects and consistently strong academic record throughout;
      • 6 years' Research and/ or teaching experience for associate professor and 12 years' for professor (relaxable in exceptional cases)
    • Pay: PB-4 + GP Rs. 9500 + Allowances for Associate Professors. PB-4 + GP Rs. 10500 + Allowances for Professors.
  • Last Date: 30 days from 17.11.2010 (date of publication) i.e. up to 16.12.2010

For full details please visit the link below:

Jobs in insurence company

Applications are invited from Indian Citizens for the post of Administrative Officer (Scale –I) indicated herein below:
(I) Total No. of Vacancies: 300 *
(II) Eligibility Conditions: (As on 31/10/2010 )
(A) Educational Qualifications:
The qualifications of Specialists & Generalists are as under:
Group Discipline
to be
A Automobile
30 B.E/ B. Tech. in Engineering with Specialization in Automobile Engineering
OR Graduate in Engineering in any discipline with PG Diploma (at least one
Year duration) in Automobile Engineering
B Legal 30 Graduate in Law
C Medical 20 Graduate in Medical (MBBS).
D Generalist 220
1. Minimum Qualification
Graduate in Arts, Commerce or Science, Engineering, Agricultural Science,
Veterinary Science.
2. Preferred Qualification
Graduate in any discipline as per 1 above with any of the following postgraduate
professional qualification/s: M.B.A/ M.M.S / M.C.A /C.A./ I.C.W.A.
Total 300
Note: Out of the 300 posts mentioned above atleast 60 posts are in the Offices under the control of Mumbai & Pune Regions.(Details
available on NIC’s website). Rest of the posts are in other than Mumbai & Pune Regions. However, the number may vary as per
requirement of the Company.

For all the Groups the minimum passing marks at Graduation level shall be 55% ( in case of SC/ST candidates – 50%).
Preference will be given to the candidates having experience in their area of specialization.
Qualifications mentioned above should be from any of the recognized Indian Universities duly approved by the UGC or any of the
recognized Indian Institutes duly approved by AICTE.
(B) Age as on 31/10/2010
Age ( for both Generalist & Specialist)
Minimum age - 21 years
Maximum age
General - 30 years
OBC - 33 years
SC/ST - 35 years
ECO/SSRCO - 33 years
Persons with Disabilities
General - 40 years
OBC - 43 years
SC/ST - 45 years
Resident of Assam State during the period from 01/01/1980 to 15/08/1985: 36 years.
(III) Emoluments & Benefits:
Basic pay of Rs.17,240/- in the scale of Rs.17,240-840(14)-29,000-910(4)-32640 and other admissible allowance as applicable. Total
emoluments will be about Rs.26,600/- plus in Metropolitan Centres. Other benefits are P.F., Pension under New Pension Scheme under
PFRDA. Gratuity, LTS, Medical Benefits, Group Personal Accident and Group Savings Linked Insurance Scheme (GSLI) etc. shall be as per
rules. With Major Benefits beside the total emoluments, the CTC works out to approximately to Rs.4.75 lacs per annum at Metro centers.
 a written examination to be held on 30/01/2011 which would comprise the following: Objective type of tests in (i)
Reasoning Ability, (ii) Quantitative Aptitude, (iii) English Language, (iv) Computer Operation related Awareness (v) Professional Knowledge –
for the candidates belonging to Group A to C. (vi) A General Aptitude Test will be taken in lieu of Professional Knowledge Test for the
candidates belonging to Group D. The additional topics, which will be covered in this part, will be a) Data Sufficiency b) Analysis of
Information/Analytical Ability c) Data Interpretation. The first four tests i.e. Test of Reasoning Ability, Quantitative Aptitude, English Language
and Computer Operation related Awareness will be common for all the candidates. The Test of Professional knowledge will be specific to
each of the Group A to D as may be applicable.
Test papers (i), (ii), (iv), (v) and (vi) shall be both in English & Hindi.
Candidates will have to appear for the written examination at their own expenses on 30/01/2011.
The company reserves the right not to call any candidate to appear at the written examination and interview. On the basis of performance in
written examination, candidates will be called for interview. The final selection will be made on the basis of overall performance in written
examination and interview. Outstation candidates called for the interview will be reimbursed to and fro second-class rail fare/bus fare by the
shortest route on production of evidence of having undertaken journey.
The candidates are advised to satisfy themselves before they apply that they fulfill requirement as to age, qualification, (Final result
for the qualification must have been published on or before 31/10/2010) etc and if found ineligible, their candidature will be cancelled
at any stage of recruitment. Appearing in the WRITTEN EXAMINATION & INTERVIEW will not automatically confer any right of being
selected for the said post.
(VI) Examination Centers:
Competitive written examination will be held at 27 centers in India as given below. A candidate may choose any center. The center chosen by
a candidate must be indicated in the application Form clearly. No change of the center will be allowed at a later date. Company reserves the
right to direct candidates to appear at a center other than the one chosen by them for written examination without monetary assistance.
Company also reserves the right to hold the written examination at some and not all the examination centers listed below depending upon the
number of candidates and other relevant factors.
Centre Code Centre Code
Ahmedabad 11 Kolkata 25
Bengaluru 12 Lucknow 26
Bhubaneswar 13 Mumbai 27
Chandigarh 14 Nagpur 28
Chennai 15 New Delhi 29
Coimbatore 16 Patna 30
Dehradun 17 Pune 31
Guwahati 18 Raipur 32
Hubli 19 Ranchi 33
Hyderabad 20 Shillong 34
Indore 21 Vadodara 35
Jaipur 22 Vijaywada 36
Jammu 23 Vishakapatnam 37
Kochi 24
for more details plz visit:--  http://www.nationalinsuranceindia.com/nicWeb/nic/downloads/ADVERTISEMENT_2010_Employment%20News%20%2804-11-2010%29.pdf
last date 17 Dec 2010

Jobs in Nehry yuva kendra

Nehru Yuva Kendra Scheme was started in 1972 by the then Ministry of Education with the objective of providing the non - student rural youth an oppurtunity to help him grow and involve in the nation-building-activities. In 1987, all the existing kendras under the NYK scheme were re-organized into an autonomous body that was formed by a resolution of Department of Youth Affairs. As a result of this endeavour, Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan(NYKS) was formed. It has since grown to have kendras in 501 districts of India with a network of about a quarter (0.25) million youth clubs in as many villages. 

Annex- I
Special Drive for Recruitment of District Youth Coordinator (DYC)

II. Number of Posts : 45 (General – 24; SC – 07; ST – 03; OBC -11)
II. Pay Band : PB-3, Rs.15600-39100
III. Grade Pay : Rs.5400/-
Applicants who had been declared successful at the UPSC Civil Services Preliminary Examination, 2009 but were not finally selected for any appointment in any of the Services under the Civil Services Examination.
IV. Age limit:
Must have attained the age of 21 years and must not have attained the age of 28 years as on 1st January, 2010. (The upper age limit prescribed will be relaxable in respect of specified categories in accordance with the instructions issued by Govt. of India from time to time.
V. Educational Qualification:
i) Post Graduate degree in any discipline from a recognized University.
ii) Declared successful in the Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination, 2009.
VI. Desirable:
iii) Declared successful in the Civil Services (Main) Examination, 2009 and appeared for interview.
iv) At least three years experience in youth development activities / rural development / community development / other social sectors including voluntary work in a recognized organization in a responsible position.
VII. Duties and Responsibilities of District Youth Coordinator (DYC) in NYKS To maintain close liaison with District Administration, developmental departments & NGOs. To promote the self- reliant Youth Clubs; To determining training needs of Youth club functionaries and organizing training programmes; To assess the needs and problems of various sections of youth in the district; To prepare the Annual Action plan of programmes and activities, proper progrmmes and activities To assist Youth Clubs/NGOs in the formulation of project proposals under Schemes of Financial Assistance of Central Government Departments/Agencies; To prepare village, block and district profiles; To prepare documentation and circulation of supportive and publicity material, maintenance or records and reports; To conduct the periodic meetings of District Advisory Committee (DAC), National Youth Corps Volunteers (NYCV) and Youth Clubs and proper maintenance of NYK office including personnel administration, coordination with publicity media for image building of Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan.
VIII. Selection Procedure
(i) As against 45 posts to be filled, a maximum number of 450 candidates shall be called for interview/Personality Test. Short listing of applicants will be based on their past academic record and marks obtained in the Civil Services(Main) Examination ,2009 and Interview/ Personality Test in the Civil Services examination, 2009. Preference will be given to those who have cleared Civil Services (Main) Examination (2009) and appeared for the Interview/ Personality Test. In the first phase of short listing, only those candidates who have clear the Civil Service (Main) Examination, 2009 and appeared for Personality Test will be considered in accordance with the procedure lay down by the Department. In the event of sufficient number of candidates are not selected in the respective reserved/ unreserved categories than the Department will undertake the second phase of short listing from amongst those applicants who had cleared in the Civil Services( Preliminary) Examination, 2009 and appeared in the Civil Services (Main) Examination, 2009 but were not called for Interview/Personality Test, in accordance with the procedure lay down by the department.
(ii) The short listing and selection to the post shall be done as per the procedure and criteria laid down by the Department of Youth Affairs. Short Listed candidates will be informed of the Date, Time and Venue of the Interview/Personality test by Post and E-mail. The candidates can also check the date time and venue on the website.
IX. Last Date of Receipt of Application: - 8th December, 2010.
X. How to apply:
a) Candidates who are eligible may send their application form, complete in all respect in an envelope Superscripted ”Special Drive for Recruitment of DYC, NYKS” and must reach at the following address: Joint Director (Personnel), Nehru Yuva Kendra SangathanCore-4, 2nd Floor, Cope Minar, Twin Tower Complex, Laxmi Nagar, Delhi-92 either by hand or by post or by courier/e-mail to dycspldnyks@gmail.com on or before 8th December, 2010 in the prescribed proforma (Annex-II).
b) Applications received after the closing date OR NOT accompanied by testimonials in respect of Qualification, Experience, Proof of Age, Caste Certificate duly attested or incomplete in any respect shall be summarily rejected and no communication shall entertained from any applicant in this regard. Canvassing in any form shall lead to disqualification of the candidate.
c) Applicants who are in Government Service and eligible as per the above criteria need to apply through proper channel.
d) In case of any guidance/information/clarification regarding their applications, candidature etc., candidates can contact Shri Paresh Johri, Executive Director or Shri Sunil Malik, Joint Director (Personnel) in person or over Telephone 011-22402818 on working days between 10.00 hrs and 17.00 hrs. or e-mail at dycspldnyks@gmail.com

 for more details visit  http://www.nyks.org/

Friday, November 19, 2010

link of Buddhism with palamau,jharkhand

Palamau is famous for naxalism,crime,drought and all other negative face of a place,but it had once a link with religion of peace.The  present structure of palamau came into existence after annexation of hussenabad and belounjiya pargna from Gaya district of bihar in 1871.
            palamau gazetteer gives a detailed account of Lord Buddha with palamau.


.Amarnath Das5 propounds a novel theory regarding the course of the river Ganga and the life story of Lord Buddha. According to him the Ganga river flowed through the Vindhyas, passing by Palamau and entered the sea through Mayurbhanja, at some distance to the west of the present outlets. He fixes the head of the Ganga delta at Ramgarh, south of Chaibassa and indicates the alignment of the river connection from Chaibasa to the Ganga in the valley to the north of the Vindhyns. According to Das, a connection from Varanasi southwards penetrating the Vindhyas was existing. The two rivers North Koel and South Koel. Coalescing at the same point gave him the key and he thinks that the two Keels were one river at one time but had split into two sectious later on. From Ramgarh, the Suvarnarekha channel went up very near the channel of the South Koel where the connection must have existed and then the river entered the Vindhyas, following the course of the South and North Koel and joined the Son river near Rohtasgarh. According to him the name of the river near this locality was known as tile Ganga even so late as 1665A.D. as Tavernier mentions in his travels. As to why Koel should lose its name in the Ganga, it is suggested that Tavernier might have been misled by Pliny's account that the Ganga yielded precious stones and mistook the Son with the Ganga. Soncum- Koel was formerly, according to Das, a section of the Ganga river flowing past Sasaram, Rohtasgarh and on to Rajbara, Garhikbas, 4 miles north of Daltonganj, North Koel bed, ancient town of Netarhat, Chechhari and ancient ruins of Tamolgarh. Obstructed in its course at Daltonganj, it spilled its water eastward passing by the channel of the Amanat up to Ambakara, then through the valley of Chako river passing to the north of Levalong, close to Chatra to its north, and then close to
Chauparan to its north, it reached Monghyr(munger).

Amarnath Das had also come out with the bold theory that Gautama Buddha's birth place and travels lay within the Palamau district. He gave reasons and identified the places connected with the life of Buddha as follows:-

Palibothra—  Palamau.
Kapilavastu— Rajkheta lying 60 miles south of Palamau.
Kusinagara— Kerava near Paharbul where a neglected tope still exists.
Pava— Paharbul lying 100 miles south-west of Palamau.
Mahabodhi— A place 40 miles south-west of Palamau or 20 miles west of Netarhat.
Varanasinagara— Baravenagar, 20 miles south of Netarhat.
Kotigama—Kutti village on the bank of river Koel.
Vaisali— Vesariya Kalan, 2 miles north-east of Kutti village.
Nadi—Chandika—     Chando, between Kutti and Basariva, distortion of Chandika or Chandikakanana.
Amdanda—Ambagama or Amargawan.
Bhojnagara—Bhoja on the confluence of Gulafula and Mahan.rivers.
Jaluka Mahanna— Sal forest of Jaladega.
       1. Pre-Mauryan History of Bihar by Dr. D. S. Triveda.
       2. Aitareya Aranyaka 2-1-1.
       3. Mahabharata Bhisma Parva.
       4. Mahabharata Bhisma Parva.
       5. India and Jamboo Island by Amarnath Das, I.S.E., Book Company, Calcutta, 1931
Hiranyavati— Rehara river.
Saraswati—Sarasotia near Bhandaria.
Savitri— Satabaha.
Bhargava Chyavana's Ashrama— On the confluence of the Son and Koel rivers.
Yastigrahaka or Yastivana— Latehar.
Champanagara— Chanpikallan, 5 miles east of Palamau.
Devadaha— Deorwaha, 30 rolles west of Rajkbeta.
Sravasti—Saravath, 10 miles north-west of Rajkbeta.
Achiravati river or Saravati river— Ajher, a tributary of the Rehara river.
Gridhrakuta— Harilaong hills.
Saptaparni— Satbarwa.
Niranjana river— Buda river.
Kukkutapadagiri—The hill extending from Kukud hill to north west of Mahuadanr.
Budhavanagiri— Kumandi forest.
Kusagrapura— Rajagriha— Daltonganj.
Nalanda— A site within a radius of 8 miles from Ambabara.

Das identified the road from Yastivana to Kusagrapura as the road from Latehar to Satbarwa which still exists.

The theory advanced by Amarnath Das is rather ingenious and some of the similar names of sites with places well-known in Buddhist history are intriguing. But archaeological evidence is against the assumptions and later research and excavations at Vaishali and other
Place have thrown up a lot of additional evidence. No reliance, therefore, can be put on the theory of Das. But, his researches do show that Palamau had a hoary past and there was at one time clear Buddhist influence on this district. Even now at a village Murtia near Latehar
a large number of Buddhist relics could be seen.in ranka baulia village a statue of Buddha is worshiped as God.

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Bihar election 2010

Bihar election 21010 is to be finish but what is going to result may be a big issue to predict a result.Nitish kumar has tried to  lure voters.he has done excellent work on some fronts and he is likely to get back positive result.but there is some other issue which decide outcomes in bihar.Other then law & order ,development and social welfare ,there is issue of self proud,caste calculation and negative work of present government.All managed  media of bihar have been admiring Nitish govt. for five years but is it possible for a govt. to always do correct never a single wrong deed in all tenure.teacher appointment is a great setback for youth of bihar.it ruined the life of 1.7 lac person.they even do not get  pay equal to skilled worker of MANREGA .what is worth of Rs. 6000 in present market ,no promotion,no leave,no increment, and govt. want excellent work from those ill fated men.they all would vote against Nitish.
                                        For all shortcomings Nitish blame center and congress ,but think what is the need and relevance of state if Center have to do and fund all programs.they want and demand a spacial package for  bihar,why ,leave popular politics of blame and explain your case.MP and UP never demanded a package on account of separation than why bihar.Every bihari politician show dream of a govt. who would do everything for all person. Govt. would give food,money,entertainment and people would do nothing except attending political meeting.develop in a state with hard working ,self dependent,creative people .If bihari labour can construct  delhi and Mumbai than why not home state bihar.But bihar govt. want to make them idle for nothing except voting and producing new voters.It may be a cause for demand of special package that Nitish never got a chance to digest huge money as Lalu and other enjoyed in bihar before partition of  jharkhand.

 next in new post

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

budhhist tourism in Jharkhand

Lord Buddha  is light of Asia who gave solution to agony and pain of human being from sufferings of materialistic world.Prince Siddhartha of Shaky dynasty got enlighten at Bodhgaya.presently in Bihar.unknown fact about Buddha is his links with jharkhand..Chatra  and palamau districts of jharkhand adjoins gaya district of bihar.Buddhism at that time was a social reform movement which later turns into a religion .In bhadrakali temple of chatra,jharkhand ,Buddhist deities can be seen. Buddhist deity Tara can be seen here in black stone. It also has an inscription of the time of the king  Mahendra pal Deva. Dr. Grierson in his notes on Gaya District (pp. 3, 4) has mentioned the Buddhist stupa at Bhadrakali complex of Itkhori.It is said that after enlightenment Lord Buddha came to bhadrakali temple ,his parents came to woo him to back to palace but he said ITI KHOYI means all lost here.from that day this place is known as ITIKHOYI who gradually modified into itkhori.

links of Lord Buddha with palamau in next post 

images of medicinal plant

this plant is known as lahi,karhaina,chutchutia in palamau area of jharkhand.it grows in unused barren land .This is very helpful in fresh cut cases  on skin with bleeding .Just apply 2-3 drop of leave juice and see the miraculous effect


once there was monopoly of Nokia,Motorola,and Sony in Indian market.these companies kept price high.but with the entry of MICRO MAX in Indian market, situations begin to change ,the first product 1xi gave a relief to rural India who always face shortage of power.Extra powerful battery gave freedom from charging every day .Since then Micromax is launching new products of every range and with every kind of function.there is a large range of products from micromax to suit needs of individual costumer .

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

medicinal plants of jharkhand

Nature have given palamau many gifts of medicinal plants.Tribes have been familiar with their properties and use them to be healthy in all adverse conditions.birhore,korwa,asur and other primitive tribes live in malaria zone of jharkhand and availability of these medicinal plant decides their fate in dense forests.GUMA common name is a plant which is normally considered as a weed in rabbi crops.

Leucas cephalotes (Roxb.) Spreng, Labiatae. is one of the common weeds found in Central and South India. It is upland rainy season weed. In India, it is commonly known as Dronpushpi (Dron = bunds, Pushpi = flowering plant). It is commonly occur in Drona (earthen berm). Other names in different Indian languages include Barahalkura (Bengali); Gubo, Kubi (Gujrati); Dhurpisag, Guma, Gumma, Goma (Hindi); Devakhumba (Marathi) and Peedalumni (Telugu) (Krishnamurthy, 1993). The genus Leucas includes about 100 Asiatic and African species. Common species found in India are L. aspera Spreng., L. linifolia Spreng, and L. uritcaefolia R. Br. (Caius 1986). Although Dronpushpi is a problematic weed for farmers, it is a tasty potherb for many rural people and a valuable medicinal herb for herbalists and is cultivated for herbal drugs in some parts of India. In village markets. Dronpushpi can be seen easily in rainy season. (Oudhi 1999, 2000; Oudhia and Tripath 1998, 1999, 2000; Oudhia et al. 1999). In tribal regions of India, Dronpushpi is a valuable drug for snake bite. a property reported in ancient Indian literatures, and is used both externally and internally. In many parts of India, people plant this weed in front of their homes to repel snakes and other venomous animals. The juice extracted from leaves is used to cure skin problems. In rainy season, many Indian tribal communities take bath with water having Dronpushpi leaf extract. They also wash their cattle and other domestic animals with this water. According to Ayurveda, the plant is mild stimulant and diaphoretic and used in fevers and coughs. The flowers mixed in honey is used as domestic remedy for cough and colds (Caius 1986). The seed also yields medicinal oil. Labellenic acid (Octadeca – 5, 6-dienoic acid) has been reported in seed oil. Beta sitosterol have been isolated from the plant of Leucas cephalotes. Anti bacterial activity of Leucas aspera leaf extract against Micrococcus pyogenes and Escheria coli have also been reported (Rastogi and Mehrotra 1991). Dronpushpi is valuable homoeopathic drug and as such is used for the treatment of chronic malaria and asthama (Ghosh 1988). In many parts of India particularly in North India. 

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Pankaj Oudhia
Society for Parthenium Management (SOPAM)
28-A, Geeta Nagar, Raipur - 492001 India

Monday, November 15, 2010


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  • micro-USB
  • Bluetooth v3.0
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  • Expandable memory
  • Music Player
  • Video Player
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  • Accelerometer
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Nokia C7 Price

Nokia C7 Price

Nokia C7 Price in India : Nokia C7 Price in India is Rs.19,450 . It is now available in India .