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Increasing Krishna-Consciousness Varthur Main Road: The auspicious day of the birth of Lord Krishna is celebrated all over the world as Sri Krishna Janmashtami on the eighth day of the Krishna Paksha (waning moon) of the month of Shraavan. Krishna, who is the Supreme Personality of Godhead, appeared in Mathura as son of Vasudeva and Devaki.
Making Robot Yes Papa! event was celebrated at SKR Convention Hall with fervor. The two days festival on 10 and 11 August 2012 involving poojas, homas, cultural events and lectures on Krishna consciousness were an eye opener towards divinity attracting a huge crowd.
I S KC O N a l w a y s celebrates Krishna Janmashtami with grandeur every year and this year too it does it in a â€œAs stated in the magnanimous style at Bhagavad-gita, the Lord d i f f e r e n t p a r t s o f says that His appearance, Bangalore. birth, and activities, are all At Kundalahalli, the transcendental, and one
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AECS Layout: Robots and kids go together like bacon and eggs. Now, tech-savvy kids in Marathalli and Whitefield area have a reason to rejoice. Thanks to Active Labs for introducing Robots to young ones aged between 8 and 15 years old. Active Labs will be conducting a free workshop, 'Introduction to LEGO Robotics and Engineering' for youngsters aged between 8 16 years, on 12th August. Participants will get a chance to build a model of LEGO Robot, get an insight into the basic concepts and programming, and make the
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Health Check up for Just Rs. 120 B.T.M. Layout: Healthcare solutions provider e-Kshema has set up 18 health kiosks across south Bangalore to provide medical check-ups, including tests, for just Rs.120. "At any of our 18 health kiosks, a person can have a general check-up of body temperature, pulse rate, blood pressure, blood sugar, blood test for differential count (DC) and urine test for Rs.80. Tests for malaria or tuberculosis disease will cost another Rs.40," K2 Technology Solutions chief executive Anant Koppar said. The clinics have been set up in civic hospitals of the Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) across eight assembly segments of the Bangalore South parliamentary constituency, represented by
Bharatiya Janata Party general s e c r e t a r y A n a n t h Ku m a r. The kiosks are open to public, especially the urban poor for early check-up of their health, including disease identification at affordable cost and to improve the healthcare delivery system in the city. The kiosks are also equipped to provide diagnosis, patient care and monitor patients remotely using innovative applications and costeffective technologies. "Such affordable kiosks are beneficial to the urban poor and BPL families as the healthcare delivery system has been crippled due to nonavailability of enough doctors in government hospitals," says the Health Minister Mr. Arvind Limbavali.
Are Vaccines Greatest Frauds of our Time? How many Americans really die of the flu each year? The report comes from the Research and Scientific Affairs Epidemiology and Statistics Unit. Get ready for some surprises, especially since the US Centers for Disease Control keeps trumpeting fludeath annual numbers as 36,000. Recently, Tommy Thompson, head of US Health and Human Services, stated that 91 per cent of the people who die from the flu in the US every year are 65 and older. So you might engage in a little arithmetic and figure out how many people under 65 are really dying from the flu each year. But no matter. The raw all ages stats are low enough. Quite low enough. Do you see what is going on here? A man shouts, "Where is my flu shot? We're all going to die!" Meanwhile, on Capitol Hill, Congress is planning a measure that will guarantee vaccine manufacturers annual biillion
payoffs, no matter how many doses are left over unused. Jon Rapport, a senior investigative reporter has long warned about the dangers of vaccines, especially for babies and young children, whose immune system are not capable of coping with the many contaminants and toxic preservatives in vaccines. There are other reasons why even adults should avoid them. Now, for the first time, a former insider from within the vaccine industry has agreed to talk about the dangers of vaccines. "Dr. Mark Randall" is the pseudonym of a former vaccine researcher who worked for many years in the laboratories of major pharmaceutical houses and the US government's National Institutes of Health. He is now retired and has reluctantly agreed to speak out. In his opinion, his testimony matches all the other claims that I he has studied in past years.
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Lake Teams Get Along Arekere: Arekere N e i g h b o u r h o o d Improvement Trust (ANIT) and One Bengaluru organized a meeting of lake teams on 5th Aug 2012. Representatives from 20 different lake teams participated in the meeting. Dr Ravi Ralph, CEO of Lake Development Authority (LDA), Mr Brijesh Kumar, Chief Conservator of Forest BBMP, Mr Somesh, Chief Engineer BDA, Dr Ashwin Mahesh from OneBengaluru and urban expert and Mr Purushotam Ravi, Corporator of Arakere area were the chief gusts.
Dr Ashwin Mahesh talked about how each small activity of documenting lake info by public can help in evolving a solution and build the infrastructure and setup required to solve the problem. Dr Ravi Ralph talked about the various challenges faced by different lakes in the city. He was very clear that encroachment of lakes and destruction of catchment areas of lakes is causing havoc. He highlighted the heavy contamination of lakes that cannot support even aquatic life.
Jon Rapport's interview with Dr. Randall's intimate knowledge of vaccine dangers is important for his testimony about the inside workings and cover-ups between government and the vaccine industry - the two sources that keep trying to assure Americans that they can be trusted. For a question, Why are we quoted statistics which seem to prove that vaccines have been tremendously successful at wiping out diseases?, Dr. Randal answers, "To give the illusion that these vaccines are useful. If a vaccine suppresses visible symptoms of a disease like measles, everyone assumes that the vaccine is a success. But, under the surface, the vaccine can harm the immune system itself. And if it causes other diseases - say, meningitis - that fact is masked, because no one believes that the vaccine can do that. The connection is overlooked.
Dr. Randal talks a b o u t v a c c i n e contamination. He says careless errors in the manufacturing errors are part of structural problems. In the Rimavex measles vaccine, he found various chicken viruses. In polio vaccine, he found acanthamoeba, which is a so-called "brain-eating"
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Non-stop 24-hour Coding IT Workforce in Grip of Chronic Lifestyle Disorders Marathon Bangalore: Over 700 young IT solution developers from across the country will be seen in action in Yahoo India Research and Development organised 'Open Hack' to be held here on August 11 and 12. Over 2,000 developers have registered this year, of which around 700 developers from 20 states across India have been accepted for the event. The Open Hack 2012 begins on August 11 with a series of technical workshops, followed by a 'hackathon' a non-stop 24-hour coding marathon. The key Internet themes under which developers are encouraged to hack include multi-device experiences, search, communications, mobile and video. To build their application, hackers are p ro v i d e d w i t h p o p u l a r technologies and tools from
the Open Web, including Yahoo's YUI, YQL and Mojito, as well as geolocation and Flickr APIs ( A p p l i c a t i o n Programmable Interface), which serve as the core building blocks for exciting new applications. 'Open Hack Day' celebrates the culture of innovation, bringing developers from all over the country to turn ideas into a working prototype, or a hack as it's called. All the entries will be reviewed at the end of the 24-hour hacking period. Subsequently, the shortlisted entries will be demoed for the panel of judges to determine the winning hacks. The grand winner will be invited to attend the Yahoo Hack event in Cannes in 2013.
Are Vaccines Greatest Frauds of our Time? (Cont from Page 2) a m o e b a . S i m i a n cytomegalovirius in polio vaccine, Simian foamy virus in the rotavirus vaccine, Birdcancer virus in the MMR vaccine. Various microorganisms in the anthrax vaccine. He has also found potentially dangerous enzyme inhibitors in several vaccines. Besides these
facts, he brings out several s h o c k i n g i n f o rm a t i o n about vaccines and its harmful effects. It is right time that we Indians keep watch of what is happening around and look for facts before coming to a conclusion about vaccines.
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Bangalore: Nearly 55 per cent of young workforce engaged in India's IT and ITES sector are stricken with lifestyle disorders due to unhealthy eating habits, hectic work schedules, tight deadlines, irregular and associated stress, according to a survey by apex industry body ASSOCHAM. The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM) interacted with about 3,000 employees in the age group of 22 to 30 year representing various business process outsourcing (BPO) companies, IT/ITES in the domains of pharma, manufacturing, energy and infrastructure sectors. The survey was carried out at Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Gurgaon, Noida and Pune between August and October last year to ascertain the extent of junk food addiction among BPO techies in Indian economy's sunshine industry. About 2,000 young men and 1000 women were interviewed by ASSOCHAM Social Development Foundation (ASDF). Over half of respondents said that due to 24x7 working environment and irregular food timings they directly place orders to fast food outlets, street food vendors and roadside eateries operating outside their offices serving ready to eat high calorie processed food items like noodles, burgers, pizza, etc.
food, lack of physical exercise, long working hours, lack of sleep together with unbound mental fatigue is telling on the health of BPO and IT professionals in the city.” said Mr D.S. Rawat, national secretary general of ASSOCHAM while releasing the findings of the survey. Nearly 1,600 respondents said that they have relocated to these cities for professional reasons and live independently along with their colleagues/peers at a rented accommodation due to which they tend to eat more of junk food stuff sold at office cafeteria and across local markets near their offices. About 35 per cent of the total respondents who eat junk food said that they visit doctors at least twice a month with complaints of physical ailments. Many of these said that hectic lifestyles, stress, excessive caffeine and smoking is leading to cardiovascular problems appearing early as their work involves heavy calling which keeps them sticked to their work stations for seven to eight hours with a single break of a few minutes.
Almost 45 per cent of respondents across these cities said that they do not exercise at all. Whereas 30 per cent said that they exercise at least 4 days a week, While remaining 25 per cent “Frequent snack breaks said they follow a strict diet and during office hours together with exercise regime. rampant consumption of greasy, “There is a grave need for spicy food is leading to health companies to be vigilant about the problems like diabetes, issues concerning employees' hypertension, depression, anxiety health as they are the ones and cardiovascular diseases.” responsible for an organisation's reveals the study. sound financial health,” said Mr “Excessive intake of junk Rawat.
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who understands them factually becomes immediately eligible to be transferred to the spiritual world. Lord Krishna Himself in Bhagavad Gita describes the reason of His appearance as follows:
BEML Layout: Shirley Mathew is an abstract artist who has acquired her skills from Escola L Lo t j a , B a rc e l o n a w h e re Picasso studied in his early stages. She strives to fulfill what Pablo Picasso once said, “A painter takes the sun and makes it into a yellow spot. An artist takes a yellow spot and makes it into the sun.” She has come up with her latest Hampi Series to enthrall art lovers. Her painting will have an earnest appeal among 45 other Indian artists in Galerry Sara Arakkal th 9 Annual Show 2012 that begins on August 25, 2012. “Gallery Sara Arakkal is heading for a great landmark with its year in year out annual art shows creating opportunity for senior as well as emerging artists to display their talents.” says the Syrian Christian artist
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who had the thriving to break into the world of art in her early stages. She was taken by the mystery of Hampi on her first visit to the historical place. Hampi is located on the south bank somewhere in the middle of Tungabhadra river's path. In this area the river takes a number of twists are turns owing to the rocky terrain. The river has immense significance in forming the political & religious history of Hampi. The river along with the boulder-strewn hills formed the northern barrier of the capital. It was not easy for an invading army cross the river without the fate of a sure defeat. The river and the ruins of Hampi remained as her treasure house that has finally taken a creative form in her artistic blend. She also reveals an interesting fact that children are prone to love art if they are rightly exposed to art galleries. “My paintings mean a great deal to me, Nature and her kaleidoscopic world of colors inspires my work.” says the abstract artist who is looking forward to a successful sale of her th paintings in the 9 Annual Show.
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“To deliver the pious and annihilate the miscreants, as well also reestablish the principles of religion, I Myself appear millennium after millennium.” The two days of celebration also involved ecstatic kirtan, exhibition on the essence of Vedic Sanatan
Dharma and delicious Prasadam throughout. Shri Hariksetra Das, who earned his MS from BITS Pilani was the head of the organizing committee and according to him, “We wanted to celebrate the festival in a grand manner and it really took off with the grace of God.” He inspires people t o c h a n t t h e mantra”Hare krishna hare krishna krishna krishna hare hare “
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Floral Carnival Adorns Independence Day Bangalore: Colourful flowers and floral replicas of animals and birds attracted hordes of tourists to the flower show organised for Independence Day celebrations. The sixday show at Lalbagh Botanical Gardens would be a low-key affair, as the state government has decided to limit spending for the show due to prevailing drought conditions. The show would be a feast and a novel experience for the
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