Stomach ailments in summer season

In summer season there is highest possibility that eating of stale or rotten food and drinking of filthy water can result in catching stomach infection. The most common stomach ailments that register highest growth in summer season are diarrhoea, typhoid and cholera. Regular vomiting and loose-motions can bring lot of weakness, pain and laziness in the body.

Precautionary Measures

  • Never eat road side eatables.
  • Minimize your consumption of oily and fried food because in hot season it restricts the digestion of food.
  • Eat fruits that have high water content, such as, water melon, sweet melon, mango, cucumber and grapes or grape juice etc.
  • In summer, drink at least 10 to 12 glasses of fluid including water, juice and coconut water, etc.
  • Whether in Home or work place, restaurant do not drink water, drink only warm water.
  • Eating fast makes slows down the process of digestion and can also cause excessive swallowing of air. Take small bites and chew your food carefully.
  • Other healthy eating habits like eating small four meals instead of two large meals can also help in solving your problem of bloating.
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Title Insurance in India

Title Insurance Policy protects you against loss in the event of defective titles, forgery, frauds in realty transactions. The word “title” is a legal term that means you have legal ownership of property.  While many companies are planning to tap this huge potential sector, four to five foreign title insurance companies are keen to do business in India on this product. The title insurance companies assure that if they miss any information that may result in financial loss, they will undertake the same.

Would you like to know more about Title insurance such as Why you need it, Who Can Apply for Title Insurance,  What are Title Insurance coverage, Working of Title Insurance…. Read More…

Tips for a safe Holi

Holi is festival of colors and brings people close to each other. It is celebrated on the full moon day in the month of Phalgun which is the month of March. Holi was traditionally played by making colors from flowers. However, during Holi demand for color are very high and some unscrupulous traders mix chemical dyes to base material. These harsh chemicals in Holi colors can cause itching and rashes.

Some of safety measures to be adopted for celebrating safe Holi are following.

  1. Skin Safety for Holi Celebration
  2. Safety of Children
  3. Safety of Women
  4. Safety of Environment
  5. To save your teeth from hard-to-remove stains from colored dyes, wear dental caps.
  6. Discourage your children to play Holi with eggs, mud or gutter water. Never turn a blind eye to such unclean ways of celebration.
  7. People take advantage of women on the pretext of coloring them. Ensure women or ladies play Holi only with close friends and family. Be with a group that doesn’t take advantage of you.
  8. Celebrating an Eco-Friendly Holi not only saves Nature but also saves you from Harmful Effects of Chemical Colors. It is the duty and responsibility of one and all to celebrate an eco-friendly Holi and save Nature.

Read More…Guidelines For A Safe Holi from CommonFloor.com 

Wish you all a Happy, colorful & Safe Holi

100th International Women’s Day

Wish you all a happy Women’s Day

International Women’s Day (IWD), originally called International Working Women’s Day is marked on the 8th of March every year. The first International Women’s Day was observed on 19 March 1911 in Germany following a declaration by the Socialist Party of America. The idea of having an international women’s day was first put forward at the turn of the 20th century amid rapid world industrialization and economic expansion that led to protests over working conditions.

On this day it is customary for men to give the women in their lives – mothers, wives, girlfriends, daughters, colleagues, etc. – flowers and small gifts. In some countries (such as Bulgaria and Romania) it is also observed as an equivalent of Mother’s Day, where children also give small presents to their mothers and grandmothers.

This year world celebrates 100th International Women’s Day on March 8, 2011. The UN theme for International Women’s Day 2011 is ‘Equal access to education, training and science and technology: Pathway to decent work for women’.

Tomorrow is 100th International Women’s Day-This Women’s Day just stand tall becoz you are the most special!!!

How to Design and Decorate Your Kids Rooms

Decorating Kids’ room plays vital role in your home decoration or interior decoration. Unlike decorating the other rooms, kids’ room requires a slightly different approach. Kids want to enjoy the freedom everywhere and do whatever they like. The first step in Designing or Decorating Your Kids’ Rooms is to sit down with your children and talk to them. Let them help you in choosing his colors, themes and materials. Find out their general likes and dislikes, then figure out all the different things the room will be used for. Read More for Tips for designing a kid’s room

Highlights of Railway Budget 2011-12

  • No hike in passenger fare and freight rates.
  • Highest ever Plan outlay of Rs. 57, 630 crore proposed for Railways.
  • Rs. 9,583 crore provided for new lines.
  • 1300 km new lines, 867 km doubling of lines and 1017 km gauge conversion targeted in 2011-12.
  • 56 new Express Trains, 3 new Shatabdis and 9 Duronto trains to be introduced.
  • AC Double Decker services on Jaipur-Delhi and Ahmedabad-Mumbai routes.
  • New Super AC Class to be introduced.
  • A new portal for e-ticketing to be launched shortly.  Booking charges will be cheaper with a charge of only Rs. 10 for AC classes and Rs.5 for others.
  • Pan-India multi-purpose smart card “Go India” to be introduced.
  • 236 more stations to be upgraded as Adarsh Stations.
  • 47 additional suburban services in Mumbai and 50 new suburban services proposed for Kolkata.
  • Two new passenger terminals in Kerala and one each in Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal proposed.
  • Feasibility study to raise speed of passenger trains to 160-200 kmph to be undertaken.
  • A special package of two new trains and two projects for the States managing trouble free run of trains through out the year.
  • Anti Collision Devise (ACD) sanctioned to cover 8 zonal railways.
  • GPS Based ‘Fog Safe’ Device to be deployed.
  • All unmanned level crossing upto 3000 to be eliminated.
  • All India Security Help line on a single number set up.
  • All state capitals in the North-East except Sikkim to be connected by Rail in next seven years.
  • A Bridge Factory in J & K and a state-of-art Institute for Tunnel and Bridge Engineering is proposed at Jammu.
  • A Diesel Locomotive Centre will be set-up in Manipur.
  • A Centre of Excellence in Software at Darjeeling proposed under the aegis of CRIS.
  • Rail Industrial Parks at Jellingham and New Bongaigaon proposed.
  • Additional mechanized laundry units to be set up at Nagpur, Chandhigarh and Bhopal.
  • 700 MW gas-based power plant to be set up at Thakurli in Maharashtra.
  • 18,000 Wagons to be procured during 2011-12.
  • A scheme for socially desirable projects, ‘Pradhan Mantri Rail Vikas Yojana’ with Non-lapsable fund proposed.
  • 10,000 shelter units proposed for track side dwellers in Mumbai, Sealdah, Siliguri, Tiruchirapalli on pilot basis.
  • Concession to physically handicapped persons to be extended on Rajdhani and Shatabdi trains.
  • Concession of 50% to press correspondents with family increased to twice a year.
  • Senior Citizens concession to be hiked from 30 % to 40 %.
  • Medical facilities extended to dependent parents of the Railway employees.
  • Scholarship for Girl child of Group-D railway employees increased to Rs.1200 per month.
  • 20 additional hostels for children of railway employees to be set up.
  • Recruitment for 1.75 lakh vacancies of Group ‘C’ and ‘D’ including to fill up backlog of SC/ST  initiated, 16,000 ex-servicemen to be inducted by March 2011.
  • A separate sports cadre to be created.
  • 2011-12 declared ‘Year of Green Energy’ for Railways.
  • Freight loading of 993 MT and passenger growth of 6.4 % estimated for 2011-12.
  • Gross Traffic Receipts at Rs.1,06,239 crore, exceeding one lakh crore mark for the first time estimated.
  • Ordinary Working Expenses assessed at Rs. 73,650 crore.

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