Wednesday, September 30, 2009

GSM BSS Communication Flow


Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Jitter and Wander Testing in High-Speed Telecom Network


ATM Fundamentals

Slide 1
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Sunday, September 27, 2009

Understanding Wander in Transport Networks


CDMA Network Design


Ayurvedic Herbs

Ayurveda as the science of life combines natural therapies with a personalized approach to the treatment of disease. This form of healthcare focuses equally on the wellness of the body, mind, and spirit. Ayurvedic physicians ensure the overall health of people by looking at their unique strengths and susceptibilities and by identifying their metabolic type (vata, pitta, or kapha). The main aim of Ayurvedic medication is to help a person remain healthy as well as to treat a person suffering from disease. According to the eight branches of ayurveda or the Ashtang Ayurveda, when the bodily activities of a human being occur at an optimum level and the individual is physically, mentally and spiritually balanced, the condition is known as health. This non invasive Ayurvedic treatment procedure supports the usage of natural herbs as the main curatives. Since ages, ayurveda has rediscovered nature`s own treasure in healing. Herbs, roots, leaves and fruits have all gained a whole new facet in the arena of ayurvedic treatment as the ayurvedic healers of India have so very passionately pounded and stewed, mixed and matched whole flowers, roots, stems and leaves to get the desired curatives. The green and tender ayurvedic herbs since ages with their unique flavors and intoxicating aromas and impressive healing powers have made ayurveda a natural science to achieve healthy life.

Ayurvedic herbs are made out of roots, bark, fruits and plants, found in the deep dark woods of India where the herbs grow freely without pesticides and chemicals. These ayurvedic herb works with perfect harmony with the body and the mind. Ayurvedic medicine utilizes ayurvedic herbs for the therapeutics like herbal tonics, and herbal sweat baths. To deal with stress-related, metabolic, and chronic conditions these ayurvedic herbs are administered often orally or even often inhaled depending on the need of the patient. Ayurvedic herbs can be classified into five types: according to origin, according to habitat, according to various actions, according to action on doshas and according to their use.

Classifications of herbs according to origin are based on the theory of Panchabhuta. According to ayurveda, Dravya or substance is constituted by five elements or Panchabhuta. Herb is also a Dravya hence it has been classified as Parthiv , Apaya , Taijas , Vayaveeya and Akasheeya.

The classification of ayurvedic herb as per habitat and life span divides the herbs into four main categories like Sthalaj - Plant and trees that grow on land, e.g. Haritaki, Amalki etc, Jalaj - herbs that grow in water. E.g Lotus, Vruksharuha- herbs that grow other tree but are not dependent on that tree for its food and Vrukshadan (parasitic) - herbs that grow on another tree and also depend on that for its required food. Ayurvedic herbs that are being classified according to the action on doshas are known as Shaman - herbs which associate the vitiated dosha without purifying the doshas or disturbing the equilibrium, Kopan - herbs which vitiate the doshas in equilibrium and Swasthahita - herbs which have a tendency to increase or decrease vatadi doshas. Depending on their usage also ayurveda classifies the ayurvedic herbs into two main categories like aushadhi herb - herbs which are mainly used in preparing medicine; and ahar Dravya herb - the herbs that are used in preparing ayurvedic pathya.

Ayurvedic herbs are further categorized according to their herbal properties and functions and each herb are used to treat each specific disease or behavior. It is only by studying the symptoms coupled with the constitution of the patient, the ayurvedic practitioners determines the prevalence of each of the physical manifestations of the doshas and selects herbs to correct the physical imbalances. The selection of the ayurvedic herbs in this case is also done, based on the characteristics of the herbal materials. Based on their characters ayurvedic herbs can be broadly classified into three main groups: herbs related to Vaisheik gunas (related to the sensory organ), herbs related to Samanya gunas (general) and herbs related to Atma gunas (related to the soul). Although the ayurvedic herb has been categorised yet one of the major descriptions of herb properties is based on the taste of the herbs, i.e. Sweet, sour, salty, pungent, bitter and astringent.

The properties of the ayurvedic herbs and effects of the doshas are taken into account in designing the Ayurvedic herb formulas. So it is important to know the details of the ayurvedic herbs.

Amalaki is a common Ayurvedic herb mainly used to maintain and rebuild tissues whilst augmenting the RBC count. Rich in Vitamin C, it reduces pitta without aggravating vata or kapha and is one of the three herbs used in triphala, the primary Ayurvedic tonic for maintaining health. Arjuna, another ayurvedic herb is traditionally given to support circulation and oxygenation of all tissues. It is also a famous cardiac tonic used in Ayurveda for a variety of heart conditions. Ashoka is used in Ayurveda as a tonic for the uterus and is believed to maintain the proper function of the female generative system.

AshwagandhaAshwagandha an important ayurvedic herb has been traditionally used for general debility, sexual debility and nerve exhaustion. Ashwagandha is also considered as the primary adaptogenic Ayurvedic herb as this herb is famed to build reserves for handling stressful conditions. In the ancient Ayurvedic medical texts of India, the gummy exudate from boswellia is grouped with other gum resins and referred to collectively as guggals. Historically, the guggals were recommended by Ayurvedic physicians for a variety of conditions, including osteo-arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, diarrhea, dysentery, pulmonary disease, and ringworm.

GingerTraditional Chinese Medicine has recommended ginger for over 2,500 years. It is used for abdominal bloating, coughing, vomiting, diarrhea, and rheumatism. Ginger is commonly used in the Ayurvedic and Tibb systems of medicine for the treatment of inflammatory joint diseases, such as arthritis and rheumatism. There are two types of Ginger i.e. Black Ginger and Wild Ginger. Gotu kola, an important ayurvedic herb has been important in the medicinal systems of central Asia for centuries. In Sri Lanka, it was purported to prolong life, as elephants commonly eat the leaves. Numerous skin diseases, ranging from poorly healing wounds to leprosy, have been treated with Gotu kola. Gotu kola also has a historical reputation for boosting mental activity and for helping a variety of illnesses, such as high blood pressure, rheumatism, fever, and nervous disorders. Some of its common applications in Ayurvedic medicine include heart disease, water retention, hoarseness, bronchitis, and coughs in children, and as a poultice for many skin conditions.

LicoriceLicorice has a long and highly varied record of uses as an ayurvedic herb. It was and remains one of the most important herbs in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Among its most consistent and important uses are as a demulcent (soothing, coating agent) in the digestive and urinary tracts, to help with coughs, to soothe sore throats, and as a flavoring. It has also been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine to treat conditions ranging from diabetes to tuberculosis. In ancient times, the red-brown resin of myrrh was used to preserve mummies. It was also used as a remedy for numerous infections, including leprosy and syphilis. Herbalists for relief also recommended myrrh from bad breath and for dental conditions. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, it has been used to treat bleeding disorders and wounds.

PhyllanthusPhyllanthus or Niruri is an herb found in central and southern India. It can grow from 30-60 centimeters in height and blooms with many yellow flowers. Phyllanthus species are also found in other countries, including China (e.g., Phyllanthus urinaria), the Philippines, Cuba, Nigeria, and Guam. All parts of the plant are used traditionally as an ayurvedic herb. The bitter rhizomes of picrorhiza have been used for thousands of years in India to treat people with indigestion. It is also used to treat people with constipation due to insufficient digestive secretion and for fever due to all manner of infections.

TylophoraTylophoras as an ayurvedic herb has been traditionally used as a folk remedy in certain regions of India for the treatment of bronchial asthma, bronchitis, rheumatism, and dermatitis. In the latter half of the 19th century, it was called Indian ipecacuahna, as the roots of the plant have often been employed as an effective substitute for ipecac. Alfalfa, also known as lucerne, is a member of the pea family and is native to western Asia and the eastern Mediterranean region. Alfalfa sprouts have become a popular food. Alfalfa herbal supplements primarily use the dried leaves of the plant. The heat-treated seeds of the plant have also been used.

Among all herbs, Tulsi occupies the most respected and important position. The Tulsi plant can be used for prevention as well as cure of illnesses. A Tulsi plant at the doorstep is said to keep the atmosphere of the house pure and clean, and keep illness away.

While some ayurvedic herbs are administered individually some other herbs are also used as traditional formulas. In traditional ayurvedic formulas like Digestive Fire ayurvedic herbs like ginger, black pepper and pipalli are used to enkindle digestive fire and to burn fat and toxins. Gasex is another traditional formula used to help remove gas and bloat. This contains warming herbs such as cumin, and asafoetida. Joint Formula a most well accepted ayurvedic formula contains boswellia, Ashwagandha, turmeric and ginger to control inflammation and maintain healthy muscles and joints.

All the Ayurvedic medicines are made from natural ayurvedic herbs of Indian origin, which are used as herbal medicines, herbal extracts, herbal cosmetics, nutrition foods and other alternative medicines and herbal remedies for natural healings.

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Friday, September 25, 2009


Ayurveda, an essential part of health & fitness, is the art of living in harmony with the laws of nature. Ayurvedic living occurs when you recognize your basic nature and live according to this true self. In Ayurveda there are eight divisions of treatments for a healthy living. You will learn more about the different treatments for health & fitness and also the various diagnosis processes in Ayurveda. Learn the evolution, principles much more about Ayurveda.
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Stories that Coach : Three Tough Questions!!

There was a young man who went oversesas to study for quite a long time. When he returned,he asked his parents to find him a religious scholar or any expert who could answer his 3 Questions. Finally his parents were able to find a Monk

Young Men : Who are you ?Can you answere my questions ?

Monk : I am one of lords messenger and God willing. I will be able to answer your questions.

Young Man : Are you sure? A lot of proffessors and experts were not able to answer my questions .

Scholar : I will try my best with the help of Almighty..

Young Men : I have 3 Questions
Does God exist ? If so show me What is his shape ?
What is fate,why the same creation of god suffer or enjoy life differently ?

Suddenly, the monk slapped the young mans face very hard. YOung men ( feeling pain) Why did you get angry with me ?

Monk : I am not angry . The slap is my answer to your 3 questions.


Monk ; How do you feel after I slapped you ?
YOung Men : Of Course , I felt the pain

Monk : So do you believe that pain exist ?
Young Man : Yes

Monk : Show me the shape of the pain !
Young Man : I CANNOT

Monk : That is my anwere for your first 2 questions. All of us feel God's existence without being able to see his shape.

Monk : Last night, did you dream that you will be slapped by me ?

Young man : No

Monk : Did you ever think that you will get a slap from me ,today

Young Man : No

Monk : That is Fate...My hand that i used to slap you,what is it created from ?

Young Man : It is created from Flesh
Monk : How about your face , what is it created from ?

Young Man : Flesh
Monk : How did you feel after I slapped you ?

Young Man : In Pain

Monk : Even though Rich and also the Poor were created from the same flesh , if God wants both the flesh can lead different life style and feel .
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Jitter and Wander Measurements in Synchronous Ethernet Networks


CDMA Concepts-3


Thursday, September 24, 2009

Motivational Story - #Priceless Words

A husband wakes up at home with a huge hangover.
He forces himself to open his eyes, and the first thing he sees is a couple of aspirins and a glass of water on the side table.
He sits down and sees his clothing in front of him, all clean and pressed. He looks around the room and sees that it is in perfect order, spotless, clean. So is the rest of the house.
He takes the aspirins and notices a note on the table. "Honey, breakfast is on the table, I left early to go grocery shopping. Love You!"
Totally shocked with the note , he goes to the kitchen and sure enough there is a hot breakfast and the morning newspaper.
His son is also at the table, eating. He asks, "Son, what happened last night?"
His son says, "Well, you came home around 3 AM, drunk and delirious.
Broke some crockery, puked in the hall, and gave yourself a black eye when you stumbled into the door". Confused, the man asks, "So, why is everything in order and so clean, and breakfast is on the table waiting for me? I should expect a big quarrel with her!"
His son replies, "Oh, that! Mom dragged you to the bedroom, and when she tried to take your clothes n shoes off, you said,
Moral : Self-induced hangover - $ 400.00
Broken crockery - $ 800.00
Breakfast - $ 10.00
Saying the Right Thing While Drunk – "PRICELESS "
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Synchronization in Telecom Networks


CDMA Basic Concepts-2


Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Timing Measurements Fundamental (NW Syncronization)


CDMA Basic concepts-1

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A small touching story

While a man was polishing his new car, his 4 year old son picked a stone and scratched lines on the side of car. In anger the man took the child's hand and hit it many times, not realizing he was using a wrench. At the hospital, the child lost all his fingers due to multiple fractures. When the child his saw his father..... With painful eyes he asked ' dad when will my fingers grow back?' man was so hurt and speechless . He went back to car and kicked it many times. Devastated by his own actions... Sitting in front the car he looked at the scratches, child had written " LOVE YOU DAD" next day that father committed suicide......

Anger and love have no limits...... Always remember that- things are to be used and people are to be loved , but the problem in today's world is that, people are used things are loved.
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Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Two wolves - Inspiring story

One evening an old Cherokee told his grandson about a battle that goes on inside all people. He said, 'My son, the battle is between two 'wolves' inside us all.

One is Evil. It is anger, envy, jealousy, sorrow, regret, greed, arrogance, self-pity, guilt, resentment, inferiority, lies, false pride, superiority, and ego.

The other is Good. It is joy, peace, love, hope, serenity, humility, kindness, benevolence, empathy, generosity, truth, compassion and faith.'

The grandson thought about it for a minute and then asked his grandfather: 'Which wolf wins?'

The old Cherokee simply replied, 'The one you feed.'
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Godrej Group
Started in 1897 as a locks manufacturing company, the Godrej Group is currently one of the most accomplished and diversified business houses in India . The Godrej brand straddles across various products, including locks, cupboards, refrigerators, hair dye, edible oil and soaps. In 1930, Godrej became the first company in the world to develop the technology to manufacture soap using vegetable oils.

The Tata brand

The Tata brand represents assurance, reliability, a sense of nationalism (and) value for money, irrespective of the product, whether it is a wrist watch, tea, salt, a piece of software or a car. The Tata Group was established by Jamsetji Tata in the second half of the 19th century. Top brands from the Tata stable include Indica, Tanishq, Titan, Voltas and Tetley.

The Bajaj brand

The Bajaj brand is well-known in over a dozen countries in Europe, Latin America, the US and Asia . Founded in 1926, at the height of India 's movement for independence from the British, the group has an illustrious history. Jamnalal Bajaj, founder of the group, was a close confidant and disciple of Mahatma Gandhi. In fact, Gandhiji had adopted him as his son.

The name TVS is synonymous with automobiles. The TVS Group is the largest industrial group in South India . Originating as a transport company in 1911, it now comprises over 35 companies that operate in diverse fields such as automotive component manufacturing, automotive dealerships and electronics.

The Wadias
The Wadias' first venture, over 250 years ago, was in the area of ship-building, more than 355 ships were designed and built by the Wadias, including men-of-war for the British Navy. In 1879, Nowrosjee Wadia set his sights on India 's mushrooming textile industry. The Bombay Dyeing & Manufacturing Co Ltd was born on August 23, 1879. More than a company, a legacy was born.

Hindustan Lever Ltd
Hindustan Lever Ltd, now Hindustan Unilever Ltd, has famous brands like Pears, Lux and Vim to its portfolio. Vanaspati was launched in 1918 and the famous Dalda brand came to the market in 1937. In 1931, Unilever set up its first Indian subsidiary, Hindustan Vanaspati Manufacturing Company, followed by Lever Brothers India Limited (1933) and United Traders Limited (1935). These three companies merged to form HLL in November 1956.

Cadbury began its operations in 1948 by importing chocolates and then re-packing them before distribution in the Indian market. Some of the key brands are Dairy Milk, 5 Star, Perk, Éclairs and Celebrations. Cadbury enjoys a value market share of over 70%. Since 1965 Cadbury has also pioneered the development of cocoa cultivation in India .

The TTK Group
The TTK Group was started in 1928 by T. T. Krishnamachari, and is still largely owned by the family. The TTK Group has been associated with several brands, which are now household names in the country, such as Prestige Pressure Cookers, Woodward's Gripe Water, Kohinoor, Brylcreem and Kiwi Shoe polishes.

The Kirloskar group
The Kirloskar group launched its first iron plough, pump and engine; inventions that were devised from the need of the hour and went on to become signs of the time. The Kirloskar story starts with Laxmanrao Kirloskar, the founder. A highlight of the early history of the group is Kirloskarvadi , India 's first industrial township.

ITC was incorporated on August 24, 1910 under the name of 'Imperial Tobacco Company of India Limited'. ITC has a diversified presence in cigarettes, hotels, paperboards & specialty papers, packaging, agri-business, packaged foods & confectionery, information technology, branded apparel and greeting cards. The company's ownership progressively Indianised, and the name of the company was changed to I.T.C. Limited in 1974.

Cadila was founded in 1952. The dawn of 50s ushered in an era of awakening. Having broken free from the bondage of dormant history, a need arose for the country to be self-sufficient in all spheres. With the entire nation gearing up to make India self reliant, Ramanbhai B. Patel, founder, turned an entrepreneur, determined to contribute his share by setting up a pharmaceutical company.

Murugappa Group
Murugappa Group has its origins in 1900, when Dewan Bahadur A M Murugappa Chettiar established a money-lending and banking business in Burma . The Murugappa Group strategically moved its assets back to India and restarted from scratch in the 1930s. Starting with a sandpaper plant, the Group forayed into making steel safes, and then into manufacturing. It set up an insurance company, and bought a rubber plantation.

Indian Oil Corporation Ltd
Indian Oil Corporation Ltd was born on September 1, 1964 with the merger of Indian Refineries Ltd. with Indian Oil Company Ltd. IOC top brands include Servo lubricants and Indane LPG -- used in 40 million homes as cooking fuel and commands over 48% market share in the country. Indian Oil Corporation is now a Fortune 500 company.


Ambassador was the first car to be manufactured in India . Amby has been ruling the Indian roads ever since its inception in 1948. Originally based on Morris Oxford (United Kingdom, 1940, the Ambassador has been undergoing a series of changes, adapting to customer expectations. Amby largely remains the "official" car of India , ferrying babus and netas alike. Ambassador, the only automobile to ply Indian roads for more than five decades now, has carved a special niche for itself in the passenger car segment..
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Friday, September 18, 2009

MNC requires urgently NSS Manager - GNOC

An opportunity for GNOC as a NSS Manager.


Managing a team of NSS for a account of Telecom Servixce operator at GNOC
Managing a shift operation in Monitoring NSS / NMS / EMS
Managing a troubles at GNOC support layers of MSC, HLR, MSS, VLR, AUC, EIR
Good understanding of TCAP & TAC, ISUP, CSS7 and the support layers
Capable of working 24x7 AVAILABILITY with support system of NSS
Good understanding of work Instructions end to end at layer support of NSS
Manage to work in anticipation and committed to GNOC

People with experience of 10+ yrs with Graduate in Engg with regular curriculum desired for this profile. Must apply if you have a experience of Team Handling and NSS Support layer at NOC Environment. Must send your CV with Current CTC and Expected CTC details.


Anurag Tiwari
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Thursday, September 17, 2009

Honesty is still the best policy

Once a general manager wanted to test his people who had come from all over India, about their values of life.

He announced that in their seminar folder, there is PVC pouch and in it there is a seed. When they return, they must put it in a good soil in a pot and look after it very well.

He would hold a competition in the next year's seminar and that the best plants would be awarded suitably.

Everyone did what was told to him. A year passed quickly. And next year in a big hall, there were hundreds of pots and a great variety of plants-a great scene.

Except one pot in which the soil was there and no plant! The owner was standing quietly and seemingly ashamed of himself!

The general manager called him on the stage. He asked him what happened and he told him the truth. He planted the seed which he was given – and did that was to be done- but nothing happened!

The general manager declared him the winner!

Everyone was shocked. It was announced, "Gentlemen! The seeds I gave you were boiled seeds. You planted them and nothing happened! You acted smartly and used some other seeds.

This man was honest to his work and, therefore he did not cheat me or himself!"
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Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Opening for the position of Presales Professionals

Designation & Location: Sales / Presales Professionals

Specifications of position:
1st Position -

West Africa –Pre-Sales Professionals

Experience of working on Avaya Products / Solutions

Strong experience in selling and Pre-Sales (Design, Product Presentation etc)

2nd Position

SADAC – Design / Pre-Sales Person (Designing the Avaya Solutions on ASD, Solution Presentation, Training of Partners)

Location: West Africa (Ghana / Nigeria)

Salary – 36000 – 48000 USD

Please answer the queries given below

Please respond immediately on EACH of the following: (We request a response to each of the following queries so as to understand your needs better…)

Interest: Are you open for a recommendation to this company?
Current Compensation: What is your current compensation? We will like to have as much details as is possible of the fixed as well as the variable components & special benefits.
Expected Compensation: What is your expected compensation?
YOUR CV: Please send us your latest CV in the WORD format so that we can process the same.
Notice Period: What is the notice period that you have to give to your current employer before you can join your new employer?
Disclaimer: Importantly, we will like to clearly know if you have applied to this Company earlier directly or through any other Consultant or a Friend. If yes then when was this & what was the result?
Please answer the queries given below

Please respond immediately on EACH of the following: (We request a response to each of the following queries so as to understand your needs better…)

References for this position are appreciated.

Many regards,


You Need. We Deliver.

Savita Shankar
Assistant Manager - HCS
TEQNirvana Softtech Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
Tel: 080-26585426
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GSM Network Optimization Handbook


Oushadhi, Medicine

Like astronomy and metaphysics, the Hindus in Medicine also kept pace with the most enlightened nations of the world. The Hindus attained a position thorough proficiency in medicine and surgery as any people whose acquisitions are recorded.

In the Nidana or Diagnosis of Hindu medical books it appears to define and distinguish symptoms with great accuracy. The Hindus had paid great attention to regimen and diet, and there are a number of works on the food and general treatment suited to the complaint, or favourable to the operation of the medicine administered. This branch of work is entitled as Pathyapathya.

After Diagnosis, the Chikitsa, or medical treatment of diseases was introduced. In Chikitsa the subject are a variety of compositions, containing much absurdity with much that is of value. Then is the Rasavidya, or Pharmacy, in which they are most deficient.

In the Ayurveda the medical writings of highest antiquity and authority are considered to be a portion of the fourth or Atharva Veda, and are consequently the work of Brahma. The art of Ayurveda was communicated to Daksha, one of the  ChikitsaPrajapati, and by him the two Asvins, the sons of Surya, the Sun, were instructed in it. Then the two became the medical attendants of the gods.

The duties of the Asvins were to treat the gods and demons when they are wounded after the war and conflict between them. The Asvins was designated to give chirurgical aid to the wounded gods and demons.

The meaning of these legendary absurdities is clear enough, and is conformable to the tenor of all history. Man, in the semi barbarous state, if not more subject to external injuries than internal disease, was at least more likely to seek remedies for the former. These were obvious to his senses, than to imagine the means of relieving the latter, whose nature he could so little comprehend.
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Thought for the Day !!!

Learn from Zero
Staying at the Back
Giving own power & Support
To those who are in front &
Still being Egoless

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Microwave Transmission Networks Planning Design and Deployment


GSM Radio Network Optimization

GSM Radio Network Optimization

Diet Therapy , Naturopathy


USDA Food PyramidImage via Wikipedia

Diet is a very important part of living and a nutritious diet helps keeping new diseases from affecting the body. Ayurveda suggests that only a balanced diet is not sufficient for good health. It recommends that specific bodily conditions require specific diets. It looks at diet as an alternative therapy and treats the body as a combination of three different factors called vata, pitta and kapha. These factors represent air, fire and water respectively. A healthy boy is one in which the three elements are perfectly balanced which can be achieved through diet. When any one of the elements is disturbed the body becomes prone to diseases, correcting the diet can cure it.

Diet therapy is a process of treating diseases of the body by eating a diet, which contains the necessary curative and preventive ingredients. A diet therapist would try to include the useful foods in the diet and eliminate all the harmful ones so that the person can recover quickly. Practitioners of medicine even claim that a healthy diet plan can help curing diseases and also assist in prevention of the disease. This is the main function of a diet therapy.

Be it with a well-structured diet plan for healthy living, or be it with a plan of diet for different diseases, diet therapy has carved a niche for itself as a noteworthy alternative therapy.
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Thought for the Day !!!

"Treat people as if they were what they thought they
ought to be,
And you help them to become what they are
capable of being”

Monday, September 14, 2009

Presence of Mind

Presence of Mind Situation #1
John works in a supermarket. A man came in and asked John for half a kilogram of butter. The boy told him they only sold 1 kg packets of butter, but the man was persistent. The boy said he'd go ask his manager what to do.
John walked into the back room and said, "There's a bloody fellow out there who wants to buy only half a kilo of butter."
As he finished saying this he turned around to find the man standing right behind him,
So he added, "And this gentleman wants to buy the other half."
The manager finished the deal and later said to John, "You almost got yourself in a lot of trouble earlier, but I must say I was impressed with the way you got yourself out of it. You think on your feet, and I like it a lot.

Presence of Mind Situation #2
Which place are you from?"
John replied, "I'm from Mexico, sir."
"Oh really? Why did you leave Mexico?" asked the manager.
John replied, "They're all just prostitutes and soccer players up there."
"My wife is from Mexico," the manager said.
John replied, "Which team did she play for?"

Presence of Mind Situation #3
There was a Japanese who went to India for sightseeing.On the last day, he hired a cab and told the driver to drive to the Airport.
During the journey, a Honda drove past the taxi. Thereupon, the man leaned out of the window excitedly and yelled, "Honda, very fast! Made in Japan !!!.
After a while, a Toyota sped past the taxi and again the Japanese man leaned out of the window and yelled, "Toyota, very fast! Made in Japan!"
And then a Mitsubishi sped past the taxi. For the third time, the Japanese leaned out of the window and yelled, "Mitsubishi, very fast! Made in Japan!"
The driver was a little angry, but he kept quiet. And this went on for quite a number of cars.
Finally, the taxi came to the airport. The fare was 800 rupees. !!!!The Japanese exclaimed, "What??… so expensive!"
There upon, the driver yelled back, "Meter, Made in India VERY VERY FAST !!!!!

Presence of Mind Situation #4
In a small town, a person decided to open up his Bar business, which was right opposite to a Temple. The Temple & its congregation started a campaign to block the Bar from opening with petitions and prayed daily against his business.
Work progressed. However, when it was almost complete and was about to open a few days later, a strong lightning struck the Bar and it was burnt to the ground.
The temple folks were rather smug in their outlook after that, till the Bar owner sued the Temple authorities on the grounds that the Temple through its congregation & prayers was ultimately responsible for the demise of his bar shop, either through direct or indirect actions or means.
In its reply to the court, the temple vehemently denied all responsibility or any connection that their prayers were reasons to the bar shop's demise. As the case made its way into court, the judge looked over the paperwork at the hearing and commented:
'I don't know how I'm going to decide this case, but it appears from the paperwork, we have a bar owner who believes in the power of prayer and we have an entire temple and its devotees that doesn't.'
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Thought for the Day !!!

There are two kind of people
in the world
Givers & Takers
The takers may eat better
but givers sleep better


Weight Loss


WEIFANG, CHINA - JULY 24:  Overweight students...Image by Getty Images via Daylife

With the urbanization of life loosing weight is indeed the need of the hour in order to keep healthy, fit and of course young.

Weight loss refers to the loss of total body mass in an effort to improve fitness, health, and/or appearance. For healthy weight loss, the patient should follow a weight loss plan that is tailored to his requirements. Weight loss occurs when an individual is in a state of negative energy balance. When the human body is spending more energy in work and heat than it is gaining from food or other nutritional supplements, it will catabolise stored reserves of fat or muscle. Although weight loss may involve loss of fat, muscle or fluid, weight loss for the purposes of maintaining health should aim to lose fat while conserving muscle and fluid.

Weight Loss Methods
With the growing need of controlling weight and to shed off those extra pounds various weight loss methods have become largely popular. Based on absolutely scientific procedure, these weight loss methods promise for a better tomorrow whilst making one lot healthier and young.

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Saturday, September 12, 2009

GSM Frequency Planning

GSM Frequency Planning


Preparation of Flower Remedies


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There are two methods of preparing flower remedies viz. the Sun method and the boiling method. Although discovered by Dr. Bach these two methods are still followed for extracting the flower essence.. The two methods are collectively called as `potentization`. The basic difference of flower remedies with homeopathy lies in the preparative method of flower remedies.

The two types of methods in flower remedies are-
1.Sun Method : Dr. Bach found that the curative properties of plants are localized in the flower heads. He expanded the principle and was sure that the dew that is accumulated on the flowers also possesses some of the curative properties. In order to prove himself right he collected the dew that actually was deposited over the flowers and tested them. Dr. Bach discovered that the essence of the flowers is also present in the dewdrops also but the flower essence is more potent in the dewdrops that are exposed to sun.

Practically, it is not possible to collect so many dewdrops. So, in real life the flowers are placed in the jar containing clear water of stream and this is left in the sun. After a few hours, the extracts of flowers ooze out into the water.

2. Boiling Method : Boiling method is almost as same as sun method. Here the flower is placed in the jar containing clear water of the stream and then it is boiled. The flower extract pass out in the water. But there is one restriction in the boiling method. It cannot be used for the flowers that are heat sensitive.
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Friday, September 11, 2009

Flower Remedies in Different Diseases


Flower remedies are helpful in the treatment of all kind of mental disorders which have physical manifestation through various symptoms.

  • Agrimony flower
  • is used to cure hidden worries in mind. The internal tension is the root cause of many diseases.
  • Aspen flowers
  • remove fear of unknown things from a person`s mind.
  • Beech flowers
  • are useful for the people who are intolerant to changes in the surroundings.
  • Bleeding heart
  • flowers are for the people who are reconciling themselves for the lost of someone near and dear.
  • Centaury is
  • for the people who cannot refuse others.
  • Cerato flowers
  • are to make people more confidants, which enables them to make decisions.
  • Cherry Plum
  • flowers act like antidepressant for people who think that their mind is giving away.
  • Chestnut buds
  • flowers are used to gain the innate capacity to learn from own failures.
  • Chericory are
  • for the people who are too possessive of people and things.
  • Clematis is
  • used by the people who dream too much about their future but has no activity in the present.
  • Crab apple
  • makes the body free from internal toxins.
  • Elm is
  • for the people who are scared of taking responsibilities.
  • Gentian flowers
  • are for the people who are not confident about their own abilities.
  • Gorse is
  • for the people who are always depressed about their position in life, and become hopeless.
  • Heather flowers
  • are for them who always wish to be with the company. They can learn to live better with the flower remedies of heather.
  • Holly flowers
  • are for the people who bear too much hatred for the others.
  • Honeysuckle is
  • for the people who always remain within their pasts.
  • Hornbeam is
  • for the people who are too tired and have the habit of procrastinating always.
  • Impatiens cures
  • the people who always think of their own good only.
  • Larch flowers
  • are for the people who are timid and can not overcome their shyness.
  • Mimulus flowers
  • are for the people who are unreasonably scared of natural phenomena.
  • Mustard flowers
  • are for those who are temperamental and gloomy for no apparent reasons.
  • Oak flowers
  • are for those who exert themselves more than their capacities.

  • Olive flowers
  • are beneficial for people who recover from the long illness.

  • Pine is
  • for the people who have a perpetual guilty conscience.

  • Pink Yarrow
  • are for the people who have some kind of loss in their lives.

  • Rock rose
  • flowers are for the people who are petrified or seem to be harmless things.
  • Rock water
  • flowers are for the people who are too staunch in dealing with themselves.
  • Sclera thus
  • are for the people who are at a loss when it comes to deal with the options.
  • Star of
  • Bethlehem flowers are for those who have suffered from serious trauma.
  • Sweet chestnut
  • flowers are for those who think that they have done everything and still nothing seems to work.
  • Tiger Lily
  • is for the people who are extremely aggressive.
  • Vervain is
  • beneficial for the people who are hyperactive.
  • Water violet
  • flowers are for the people who are very proud and therefore are not quite friendly with others.
  • Walnut flowers
  • are for those who are undergoing some transitions in their lives.
  • White Chestnut
  • are for those who harbor unwanted thoughts in their minds.
  • Wild Oats
  • give result for the people who never settle down.
  • Willow flowers
  • are for those who bear grudges against someone.
    Rescue remedy is another important aspect of flower remedies. The blend of five flowers like the cherry plum, clematis, impatiens, rockrose and the star of Bethlehem carefully prepare this remedy. It possesses the curative property of all the five flowers. It gives the benefit all together.

    The Rescue remedy is beneficial in different situations like undue stress caused due to examination, migration, new employment etc. it reduces depression or panicky feeling during pregnancy. This remedy is also effective in loss of sleep i.e. insomnia. When there is some trauma due to some physical or personal loss, Rescue remedy comes in help. This blend of flower extracts also beneficial in extreme emotions such as fright, anger or sorrow.

    Rescue remedy is more commonly available in bottle form. This is also available in the forms of creams and spray. However, the bottle method is most convenient, popular and used worldwide.
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    Thursday, September 10, 2009

    GSM Um Interface and Radio channels

    GSM Um Interface and Radio channels

    10 tips for questionnaires on employee motivation

    1. What is the 'primary aim' of your company?
    Your employees may be more motivated if they understand the primary aim of your business. Ask questions to establish how clear they are about your company's principles, priorities and mission.

    2. What obstacles stop employees performing to best effect?
    Questionnaires on employee motivation should include questions about what employees are tolerating in their work and home lives. The company can eliminate practices that zap motivation.

    3. What really motivates your staff?
    It is often assumed that all people are motivated by the same things. Actually we are motivated by a whole range of factors. Include questions to elicit what really motivates employees, including learning about their values. Are they motivated by financial rewards, status, praise and acknowledgment, competition, job security, public recognition, fear, perfectionism, results...

    4. Do employees feel empowered?
    Do your employees feel they have job descriptions that give them some autonomy and allow them to find their own solutions or are they given a list of tasks to perform and simply told what to do?

    5. Are there any recent changes in the company that might have affected motivation?
    If your company has made redundancies, imposed a recruitment freeze or lost a number of key people this will have an effect on motivation. Collect information from employees about their fears, thoughts and concerns relating to these events. Even if they are unfounded, treat them with respect and honesty.

    6. What are the patterns of motivation in your company?
    Who is most motivated and why? What lessons can you learn from patches of high and low motivation in your company?

    7. Are employee goals and company goals aligned?
    First, the company needs to establish how it wants individuals to spend their time based on what is most valuable. Secondly this needs to be compared with how individuals actually spend their time. You may find employees are highly motivated but about the "wrong" priorities.

    8. How do employees feel about the company?
    Do they feel safe, loyal, valued and taken care of? Or do they feel taken advantage of, dispensable and invisible? Ask them what would improve their loyalty and commitment.

    9. How involved are employees in company development?
    Do they feel listened to and heard? Are they consulted? And, if they are consulted, are their opinions taken seriously? Are there regular opportunities for them to give feedback?

    10. Is the company's internal image consistent with its external one? Your company may present itself to the world as the 'caring airline', 'the forward thinking technology company' or the 'family hotel chain'. Your employees would have been influenced, and their expectations set, to this image when they joined your company. If you do not mirror this image within your company in the way you treat employees you may notice motivation problems. Find out what the disparity is between the employees image of the company from the outside and from the inside.

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    7 Things To Improve Your English.......


    English is very easy to learn .All you need to do is train yourself to speak English as comfortably as you speak your mother tongue. You need certain practice in your daily life. Here are some tips to follow:
    1. Make friendship.
    Find out a friend who also wants to improve his or her English and have lunch or dinner with them. Make it a habit and utilize the whole time for communicating in English. Introduce penalties if this rule is broken. Of course this will help you to improve your listening and speaking skill. If you don't have enough time to go out and meet people at least you can chat a little by telephone. Play games printed in English which require some knowledge of English Monopoly, Scrabble, Life, Dictionary, etc.Before starting, come up with a repertoire of basic commands for playing, and encourage the other players to speak only English. If you do like this no doubt you can improve your English speaking skill, what you want to do is keep on practicing it.

    2. Read English books like comics, magazine, entertainment
    Comics are always full of idiomatic language and are very easy to understand, but some are very difficult to understand the jokes and dialogue. So try to choose comics carefully. Usually, serious or adventure comics are easier to understand than funny ones. Which one you feel more comfortable buys them and read. Magazines also useful to improve language and get knowledge. I f you can read two versions of the same magazine for example, Newsweek in your language and in English, that will help you to understand easily.

    3. Read a translation into English.
    Choose a book that was originally translated into English, preferably from your own language. Even if you haven't read the book in your own language, you will find the English is written in a slightly simplified way that is more similar to how your own language is written than a book originally written in English would be. This will be easy for you to understand and learn that language

    4. Watch films in your language with English subtitles.
    If you find English films with English subtitles too difficult or you, watch films in your language. This is a best option to understand learn English. Local films with English subtitles can also help you to attain good English language.

    5. Watch the same film or TV episode over and over again.
    You can learn the language without having to study it. Some comedies can also get funnier the more you watch them, especially if you watch them with no subtitles and so understand a little more each time you watch it.

    6.Learn and use the phonemic script
    There are many sounds in English; if you learn phonetics you can understand these words. By learning the phonemic script you can improve your pronunciation and you will get the idea how to pronounce. It can also make things easier for you by stopping you trying to pronounce different spellings of the same pronunciation different ways.

    7. Read a book with lots of dialogue
    Dialogue is also much easier to understand than descriptive parts of a book, and is much more like the language you will want to learn in order to be able to speak English.
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