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New condoms change colors in the presence of an STD

Whether you call them STIs, STDs, or anything else, the important thing to remember is that they do exist. For years, protection against STIs has progressively improved, and now, two students have taken it one step further so that you and your partner can too.

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Muaz Nuaz, Daanyaal Ali, and Chirag Shah from the Issac Newton Academy in London developed the concept of what’s called the ‘S.T.EYE.’ At only thirteen and fourteen years old, these students have developed the concept for color changing condoms that glow a specific color dependant upon a corresponding STI being present.
The color key is as follows:
Green – Chlamydia
Yellow – Herpes
Purple – Human Papilloma virus
Blue – Syphilis
Just think of it as a fun game, and you’re certain to have a good ol’ time. Essentially it’s like a mood ring for your manhood, but if it changes colors, ‘happy’ wont be an option.

With their innovative new condoms, these three students won first prize at the TeenTech Awards, a competition focused on the development of inventions that help the world.
Remember, always practice safe sex. But, now you can be even safer. Enjoy your love making responsibly, you filthy animals ;)

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Researchers Discover First Sensor of Earth’s Magnetic Field in an Animal

A team of scientists and engineers at The University of Texas at Austin has identified the first sensor of the Earth’s magnetic field in an animal, finding in the brain of a tiny worm a big clue to a long-held mystery about how animals’ internal compasses work.

Inside the head of the worm C. elegans, the TV antenna-like structure at the tip of the AFD neuron (green) is the first identified sensor for Earth’s magnetic field.

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Animals as diverse as migrating geese, sea turtles and wolves are known to navigate using the Earth's magnetic field. But until now, no one has pinpointed quite how they do it. The sensor, found in worms called C. elegans, is a microscopic structure at the end of a neuron that other animals probably share, given similarities in brain structure across species. The sensor looks like a nano-scale TV antenna, and the worms use it to navigate underground.

"Chances are that the same molecules will be used by cuter animals like butterflies and birds," said Jon Pierce-Shimomura, assistant professor of neuroscience in the College of Natural Sciences and member of the research team. "This gives us a first foothold in understanding magnetosensation in other animals."

The researchers discovered that hungry worms in gelatin-filled tubes tend to move down, a strategy they might use when searching for food.

When the researchers brought worms into the lab from other parts of the world, the worms didn't all move down. Depending on where they were from — Hawaii, England or Australia, for example — they moved at a precise angle to the magnetic field that would have corresponded to down if they had been back home. For instance, Australian worms moved upward in tubes. The magnetic field’s orientation varies from spot to spot on Earth, and each worm's magnetic field sensor system is finely tuned to its local environment, allowing it to tell up from down.

The research is published this week in the journal eLife.

The study's lead author is AndrΓ©s Vidal-Gadea, a former postdoctoral researcher in the College of Natural Sciences at UT Austin, now a faculty member at Illinois State University. He noted that C. elegans is just one of myriad species living in the soil, many of which are known to migrate vertically.

"I'm fascinated by the prospect that magnetic detection could be widespread across soil dwelling organisms," said Vidal-Gadea.

The neuroscientists and engineers, who use C. elegans in their research into Alzheimer’s disease and addiction, had previously discovered the worm's ability to sense humidity. That work led them to ask what else the worms might be able to sense, such as magnetic fields.

In 2012, scientists from Baylor College of Medicine announced the discovery of brain cells in pigeons that process information about magnetic fields, but they did not discover which part of the body senses the fields. That team and others have proposed a magnetosensor in the birds' inner ear.

"It's been a competitive race to find the first magnetosensory neuron," said Pierce-Shimomura. "And we think we've won with worms, which is a big surprise because no one suspected that worms could sense the Earth's magnetic field."

The neuron sporting a magnetic field sensor, called an AFD neuron, was already known to sense carbon dioxide levels and temperature.

The researchers discovered the worms' magnetosensory abilities by altering the magnetic field around them with a special magnetic coil system and then observing changes in behavior. They also showed that worms which were genetically engineered to have a broken AFD neuron did not orient themselves up and down as do normal worms. Finally, the researchers used a technique called calcium imaging to demonstrate that changes in the magnetic field cause the AFD neuron to activate.

Pierce-Shimomura suggested this research might open up the possibility of manipulating magnetic fields to protect agricultural crops from harmful pests.Other members of the research team from the College of Natural Sciences are Joshua Russell, a former graduate student who completed his Ph.D.; Kristi Ward, a former undergraduate; and Celia Beron, a current undergraduate. Research team members from the Cockrell School of Engineering are: Dr. Adela Ben-Yakar, associate professor of mechanical engineering; Navid Ghorashian, a former graduate student who completed his Ph.D.; and Sertan Gokce, a current graduate student.

Support for this research came from the National Institutes of Health and the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke.

Contacts and sources:
Marc Airhart
University of Texas at Austin

Citation: Magnetosensitive neurons mediate geomagnetic orientation in Caenorhabditis elegans(eLife, June 17, 2015).


Supercomputers Surprisingly Link DNA Crosses to Cancer

Supercomputers have helped scientists find a surprising link between cross-shaped (or cruciform) pieces of DNA and human cancer, according to a study at The University of Texas at Austin (UT Austin).

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DNA naturally folds itself into cross-shaped structures called cruciforms that jut out along the sprawling length of its double helix. DNA cruciforms are abundant; scientists estimate as many as 500,000 cruciform-forming sequences may exist on average in a normal human genome. Over 80 percent of DNA cruciforms are considered small, i.e., under 100 base pairs of DNA. Small cruciforms enable DNA replication and gene expression, essential for human life. But scientists have also suspected these small cruciforms -- a structure of DNA itself -- to be linked to mutations that can elevate cancer risk.

Short inverted repeat sequences of DNA nucleotides are enriched at human cancer breakpoints.

Credit: Courtesy of Karen Vasquez, UT Austin

DNA cruciforms are created by short inverted repeats of the nucleotides Adenine-Thymine-Cytosine-Guanine that form the bases of DNA structure. Inverted repeats are DNA nucleotide sequences followed by their reverse compliment. They're like a palindrome, a word phrase that reads the same backwards and forwards, such as 'Never a foot too far, even.'

The UT Austin study found that small DNA cruciforms are mutagenic, altering DNA in a way that can increase risk of cancer in yeast, monkeys, and in humans. High performance computing at UT Austin's Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) with the Stampede and Lonestar supercomputers helped the researchers find short inverted repeats of 30 base pairs and under in a reference database of mutations in human cancer that are somatic, meaning not inherited.

DNA strands commonly break in human cells. Repair proteins fuse the broken end of one DNA strand to the broken end of another. If formed in certain ways, these 'gene fusions, or translocations' can lead to cancer development.

'We found that short inverted repeats are indeed enriched at translocation breakpoints in human cancer genomes,' lead author Karen Vazquez said. Vasquez is the James T. Delucio Regents Professor in the Division of Pharmacology and Toxicology at The University of Texas at Austin.

'In many cases, translocations are what turn a normal cell into a cancer cell,' co-author Albino Bacolla said. Bacolla is a research associate in the Vasquez Lab. 'What we found in our study was that the sites of chromosome breaks are not random along the DNA double helix; instead, they occur preferentially at specific locations,' Bacolla said. 'Cruciforms structures in the DNA, built by the short inverted repeats, mark the spots for chromosome breaks, mutations, and potentially initiate cancer development.'

Vasquez said, 'We have also studied the potential mechanisms that are involved in the interplays among alternative DNA structures and cancer development. Our team has discovered at least two different mechanistic pathways: one involving DNA replication, where these unusual structures cause a roadblock to DNA replication; the other pathway is independent of that, where DNA repair proteins, we think, recognize these alternative DNA structures as damage, even though there is no damage per se. The cells try to process the structures as damage, but they are really processing naturally occurring unusual DNA formations and not actual damage. An abortive error prone repair process can then cause DNA double-strand breaks and lead to serious problems including neoplastic transformation.'

DNA double-strand breaks can increase the risk of cancer because they can result in translocations, deletions, and other mutagenic events that disrupt the coding properties of genes. 'These modifications of the DNA can lead to cancer,' Vasquez said. According to Paul Okano, program director at the Division of Cancer Biology of the National Cancer Institute, 'The focus of Dr. Vasquez' research on the mechanisms of alternate DNA structure-induced mutations, DNA breaks, and chromosome translocations is a novel and significant aspect of NCI grant supported studies on mechanisms of genomic instability. Dr. Vasquez' studies on the role of non-B DNA sequences in these mechanisms can contribute to our knowledge of the etiology of human cancer.'

Several studies went into the report Vasquez and her lab electronically published ahead of print in March 2015 in the journal Cell Reports. One study used reporter gene assays to confirm that the short inverted repeat sequences from COS-7 cells, derived from monkey kidney tissue, were mutagenic. 'We wanted to confirm that this was a biologically relevant finding,' Vasquez said. 'That's when we had to do some computational studies and insilico searching. We used the TACC supercomputers for that aspect of the work.'

'We have used both the Stampede and the Lonestar Linux clusters. We usually back up our data on Corral,' Bacolla said.

The challenge and need for using HPC, said Bacolla, is that the time required to find all combinations of inverted repeats, given a DNA sequence is enormous. The Vasquez team designed their algorithm to take a string of letters corresponding to the DNA bases A-T-C-G and check if the nearby strings of letters match the reverse compliment of the first string. They then varied the string length and the distance between the strings.

'For every position along the DNA, the program has to perform several hundred iterations. Then the number of these iterations needs to be multiplied by the length of the DNA, then by the number of the translocations in our cancer patients,' Bacolla said. 'We developed mostly our own scripts, which we wrote in Oak in the shell,' Bacolla said. He used the scripts to generate about 20,000 random chromosomal breaks. 'We needed to compare the frequencies of inverted repeats found in the COSMIC data set with those that we would find in control, by chance.' COSMIC is a database maintained by the Sanger Institute in the U.K. of mutations found in human somatic, or non-inheritable cancer.

'We had 20,000 translocations from human cancers from the COSMIC database; 200 bases of DNA for each translocation; and about 200-400 iterations at each position,' Bacolla said. The number of iterations totaled about two billion.

'This simply takes a lot of time to perform. We certainly cannot do this kind of work on our laptop or anything like a normal system in our laboratories; we need a very powerful computing system to accomplish our gene sequence searches.'

Right away Bacolla found that the scripts he wrote would stall out when he tried to scale up to 100 or more sequences on one processor.

'To solve this, we had to get in touch with TACC support staff,' Bacolla said. 'They checked our script and analyzed the error log that we got. Finally, we ended up with a solution by giving to each processor fewer sequences.' This allowed Bacolla to scale his code up and use over 1,000 processors at once.

'It would not have been possible to do this job without the TACC resources,' Bacolla said. 'The center is an incredible resource in terms of its capacity and support. We have been using the resources and staff support for some time now. It's a wonderful opportunity for researchers at UT Austin.'

'With TACC's support, we were able to see that this is at least one plausible explanation in human cancer etiology, because these sequences are enriched at translocation breakpoints,' Vasquez said. 'That gives us hope, inspiration, and enthusiasm to move forward.'

Vasquez sees that the next step for her lab is to apply these findings to improve human health. 'Our overarching interest is to understand how DNA structure can influence cancer development. With access to TACC, we are more confident that DNA sequences capable of forming particular unusual structures present a plausible explanation for how DNA breaks can lead to translocations in cancer,' Vasquez said.

'Our next steps are to go forward with a mouse model that can detect mutations and translocations in the mouse genome using human sequences from these cancer breakpoints,' Vasquez said. Does this really occur now in the context of chromosomes in living organisms? Is it tissue specific? Does aging make a difference? These are the types of questions that the researchers will ask.

'The long term goal for these studies is to develop better prevention or treatment strategies for cancer patients,' Vasquez said.

It's important to realize, stressed Vasquez, that short inverted repeats and the cruciform structures they create also do good for the body. They facilitate replication origin firing, initiating human DNA replication. 'They have both positive and negative functions, I would argue,' Vasquez said. ' it's not really something necessarily that we want to try and change, to remove these sequences from our DNA, but to better understand what they're doing for life processes and to attenuate any negative events that might occur because of their 'ubiquitous' presence'

'If we can help clinical scientists apply mechanistic information such as we hope will be gained from our research to better cancer treatment and a cancer prevention strategies, we are benefiting all of us.'

Vasquez sees a bright future in the intertwining of computation and the life sciences. 'I think the potential of the computational analysis is mind-blowing. Bioinformatics and computational centers like TACC are critical for the next steps in science. It's an exciting time,' she said.

Contacts and sources:
Faith Singer-VillalobosUniversity of Texas at Austin


Moon and Sex Fact

An intern at NASA once stole a safe full of moon rocks, arranged them on a bed, after which him and his girlfriend had sex amongst them.


Artist In Bengaluru Creates Crocodile On Road To Grab Attention Of Civic Authorities

Tired of careless attitude of civic authorities in Bangaluru, Baadal Nanjundaswamy,an artist, created a temporary art installation with a model of life-sized crocodile in sitting inside a big pothole on on the Sulthanpalya Main Road in north Bangalore on Thursday.
A drinking water pipe broke about a month ago. The subsequent rain and constant traffic eroded the road creating a big pot hole. Locals have complained to the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike and the BWSSB to no avail. I am hoping they will take some action now,” Nanjundaswamy said. The artist created his fiber crocodile over a week’s time at a personal cost of Rs 6000. The crocodile pond did not exactly attract the attention of authorities, but it aroused the curiosity of hundreds of people passing by.
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14 Interesting Facts About The Male Reproductive System

Women think that men are just so simple. But it turns out there's a lot more to the male reproductive system that people don't know about.

Testicles Are Almost a Yard Long When Unravelled. Since the testicles are really just a system of ducts and tubes--you really could unravel a testicle. Completely unraveled, the average testicle is 2.5 feet long. Don't tell your girlfriend though, she doesn't need something else to threaten you with.

Premature Ejaculation is Likely Hereditary. If you're often caught coming out of the gates a little early, you may want to ask Dad about that. An awkward medical study found that 91% of men who have struggled with premature ejaculation also had a first relative who did as well.
Science Has No Definite Explanation For Morning Wood. The clinical term is "nocturnal penile tumescence." The old "it keeps you from peeing in bed" explanation we've all heard isn't completely true. The theory is plausible, but scientists can't explain why BEMHO (look it up on Urban Dictionary, grandma) comes and goes 3-4 times a night. There is actually no rock-solid explanation for why it occurs. Sorry.
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Semen Contains Mood-Elevating Compounds. Contained within semen are chemicals such as serotonin, oxytocin, endorphins, and other mood-elevators. It has been theorized that oral ingestion of semen will introduce these chemicals to the recipient's brain. Science hasn't proven it 100% yet, but your "why she should swallow" argument just got a lot stronger.
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Penises Are Shaped To Pull Other Guy's Sperm Out Of The Vagina. Think about evolutionary biology for a minute. Survival of the fittest, right? Your penis knows this, and that shape helps you cancel out women's natural instinct towards promiscuity (it's science, look it up.) The penis' shape creates a slight suction within the vagina, meant to pull other men's semen back out of there. The shape also works like a shovel, making room for your seed.
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"Balls Like A Gorilla" is Actually an Insult. True facts: Human testicles are bigger than gorilla testicles. There's not a real way around that fact. Challenge a gorilla to a big balls contest, and you're going to win. But don't get too confident. Chimpanzees have bigger testicles than humans.
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The Angle Of Your *****ion Varies From Person To Person. Science actually took the time to measure the angle of guys' *****ions while standing. A healthy *****ion should point slightly upwards, but never to the side. The exact angle isn't particularly important, however a 60-80 deg angle is most common -- 31% of men point this way. 5% of men have a 0-30 deg *****ion, 30% point 30-60 deg, 10% from 80-95 deg, 20% from 95-120 deg, and 5% of men point at a baffling 120-180 deg angle.
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There Are Sperm That Play Defense. A portion of your sperm is there to get the job done while another portion acts as defenders to kill other guys' sperm. And then there's another portion still that just runs interference--basically just there to lay down a protective layer after they're instantly killed by the hostile environment of the vagina.
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Your Scrotum Would Have Been Labia if You Were a Girl. Homology happens when two body parts have a shared ancestry. Basically, your scrotum is made out of the same stuff as labia--they just form into different parts when your sex organs start differentiating in the womb. During the process of sexual differentiation, the cells decided to make a sack instead of lips.
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Sperm Show Up With a Backstage Pass. Human sperm are made with a coating of glycoprotein molecules. When they enter the woman's body, this glycoprotein acts as a chemical signal that the sperm are not to be attacked by the woman's immune system. Glycoprotein is sperm's way of saying "It's cool. We mean you no harm! We just want to make you pregnant!"
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There's a Pretty Good Chance Frequent Ejaculation Might Prevent Cancer. Two recent studies found that men who ejaculate seven or more times a week were at much less risk for prostate cancer than their unlucky pals who only fired three or less rounds a week. There's no real reason for it, and it's still under further investigation, but you can't be too careful.
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A Foot or Two is an Average Ejaculation Distance. Alfred Kinsey measured distance of ejaculation in a few hundred men and determined that 1-2 feet is the average distance they could reach. Some men were able to regularly hit 5-6 feet and apparently a few of the elite could carry the green at about 8 feet. Accuracy was not measured, but that would be a great Sex Olympics event.
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There is No Body Part That Indicates Penis Size. Feet, hands, nose, whatever... none of them have anything to do with the size of your junk. Men with big feet wear big shoes--that's it.
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Your Scrotum Has Its Own Thermostat. The muscle that contracts the scrotum and draws the testis up to the body is called the Cremaster muscle. Its main function is to raise and lower the testes to keep their temperature steady. When you get scared and they shoot up inside you, that is a protective function.
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We do not remember nights
We remember moments!


Car trolls Tiger

A tiger was getting married and all animals attended the wedding . Every animal stood at distance and wished the  tiger

A cat came and climbed to the stage and danced nicly then extended his hand to wish the tiger

The tiger roared in rage and said how dare you come on the stage? Even the panther is maintaining its distance and you climbed the stage.

The cat replied and after listening to that the tiger fainted. What would have the cat said ???

Any guess???

The cat said "Oh shut up buddy, even I was a
tiger before marriage"



India looks so beautiful

Russian photographer Murad Osmann is travelling the world with his girl friend Nataly Zakharova. He clicks photographs of Nataly in front of world famous monuments where she is seen grabing his hand and pulling him closer. The photo series is named # "Follow Me". The series is a hit on Instagram and other online forums. Recently the couple was in India. See what they created....... India looks so beautiful


Maggi addiction

A health tip for all who are guilty of having fed their children Maggi for a long time and fear the ill effects of lead.  Give them the juice of coriander leaves at least thrice a week. Whip some leaves of coriander in water, add some sugar(lesser the better).   Coriander is a very powerful food that helps chelate(draw out) toxic metals from the body including aluminium.  Help the millions of children who may be affected.                    PASS THIS ON..


Love Story of an Engineer

An engg student had a crush on his classmate.
One fine day he proposed her.



But she rejected and threatened  that she would complain to the principal if he ever bothered her again. 😡😡😡

And the boy remains silent for rest of the days.



Some days later the girl borrows a book from that boy and

writes in it

" I love u too. Sorry to hurt you the other day. If you forgive me, please come and speak to me."


Four years passed,



the boy never approached the girl again.

MORAL: Engg Boys never open their books!😜

Dont laugh alone, pass it on.....πŸ‘ΉπŸ‘ΉπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜Š


Eye donation

Good Morning

Eye Donation
Anyone can pledge eyes
Eyes may be donated only after death.
Eyes may be removed only by a trained doctor.
Nearest eye bank should be informed immediately.
Eyes must be removed within 4-6 hours after death.
Eye removal does not leads to any disfigurement in eye.
One pair of eyes gives vision to TWO corneal blind people.
Eye removal process is simple and takes only 10 to 15 minutes.
The eyes can be pledged to any eye bank preferably the nearest one.
The identities of both the donor and the recipient remain confidential.
A small quantity of blood will be drawn to rule out communicable diseases.
The eye bank team may remove eyes at home of the deceased or at a hospital.
Only the transparent section of the eyes called cornea is taken out and not the full eye ball.
Eyes donated to The Eye-Bank that are not medically suitable for transplant may be used for medical research and education.


Salute to All Fathers of the world.

πŸ‘ŒTooo good....
              must read....                                          

■ How important
is a father in one's life?

Mothers are the Soul of our homes... whereas fathers are their very existence.

But have we ever given much thought to the nature of this

Little is written or said about fathers, even though we understand their value in our lives.

We hardly ever hear anyone talk about fathers. ..
Mothers are made of an ocean of tears. Fathers are a wall of self-control.

Mothers relieve their pain through tears, fathers only console, and it is harder to console than it is to cry.

Surely the candlestick is hotter than the flame, yet
it is always the flame which gets the praise.

We remember mothers as the ones who took care of our daily needs, yet how easily we forget fathers, who arrange finances for daily needs!

Mothers can cry uncontrollably in public, and fathers sob in their pillows at night.

Mothers are allowed to cry; fathers can never be seen in tears.

We can notice the patches on his shoes. His tattered vest is a sure sign of the struggle he gone through. His unshaven beard is a sign of his frugality. He will buy new pairs of expensive jeans for his children, while an old pair of pyjamas will do for him.

While children don't blink an eyelid when they spend 1000's of Rs in a beauty parlour or salon, yet in their own home, a father may be using whatever is at home to avoid any salon or parlour visits.

When a father is ill, he does
not rush to the doctor. He does not fear his illness
but is afraid in case the doctor tells him to rest for a month, as there will be no other bread earner in the family.

Whether he can afford it
or not, he works hard to get his son admitted to an
engineering or medical course.
Despite the shortage of funds he send money regularly to his child at university even some children go on a gala spending spree on the same day the money arrives.

The Father is the existence of the
home. The home is secure from outsiders when a father, in the form of its manger, is alive. He holds the position of the chief executive of the household. He sees, repairs and cares for jobs around the house.

When you announce your exam results, it seems that mother is the closest person to you because she takes you in her arms, praises you and blesses you, but no one notices the father who quietly slips away to the sweet shop to get sweets to distribute among family and friends...

God made paradise under the feet of your mother but he made the father take care of the thorns under your feet....

♢ Salute to All Fathers
            of the world.


Adorable son

What an adorable son...

A son took his old father to  a  restaurant  for dinner.
Father being very old and shaky, while eating, dropped food on his shirt  and  trouser.  
Others were watching.
After he  finished eating,  his son who was  not  at  all embarrassed,
quietly took  him  to the  wash room, wiped the food particles, removed the stains, combed his hair and fitted  his specs firmly and cleaned up everything.

The whole crowd was watching  them quietly. The son settled the bill and they were slowly walking out.
At that point of time,
an old man amongst the diners
called the son and asked him whether he had left anything behind?

The son replied in the negative.

The old man said,
"you have left  a  good Impression"
…The place echoed with claps!


Max Temperatures recorded in some Indian cities:

We all forward jokes and other messages...pls forward this message to all your friends and request them to forward it to their friends too.

Max Temperatures recorded in some Indian cities:

☀Lucknow 47 degrees
☀Delhi 47 degrees
☀Agra 45 degrees
☀Nagpur 46 degrees
☀Kota 48 degrees
☀Hyderabad 45 degrees
☀Pune 42 degrees
☀Ahmedabad 46 degrees

Next years these cities will cross 50 degrees. Even AC or fan will not save you in summer.. 

Why is it so hot ?????
In last 10 years over 10 crore trees were cut for different purposes.
🌳🌳🌳🌳🌳🌳🌳🌳🌳🌳But not more than a lakh trees has been planted by govt. or public.

How to make India cool ?????

Please do not wait for government to plant trees.

Sowing seeds or planting trees does not cost much.
Just collect seeds of fruits like Mango, Lemon, Jamun, Neem, Custard Apple, Jack fruit, etc.
Then dig two-three inch hole on open spaces, roadside, footpaths, highways, gardens and also in your society or bungalow.

Bury these seeds in each hole with soil and then water them every two days in summer.
In rainy season no need to water them.

After 15 to 30 days small plants will be born. 
Please nurture them and ensure they grow big.

Let us make this a National movement and plant 10 crore trees all over India.
We should stop temperature from crossing 50 degrees.....
Please plant maximum trees and forward this message to everyone. Lets distribute saplings as return gifts during functions, birthdays etc.            🌴🌳🌳🌳🌳🌳🌳🌳🌳🌳


Some Humour A Day Keeps the Boredom Away

I asked my new girlfriend what sort of books she's interested in.

She said - Cheque books.

The easiest way to make your old car run better, is to check the prices of new car.


Q: What's the difference between a good lawyer and a great lawyer?

A: A good lawyer knows the law. A great lawyer knows the judge.

Definition of Nurse :  A beautiful woman who holds your hand for one full minute and then expects your pulse to be normal.

Boss:- We are very keen on cleanliness. Did you wipe your feet on the mat as you came in?

New employee: Yes, sir.

Boss: We are also keen on truthfulness. There is no mat.


Q: Why dogs don't marry?

A:  Because they are already leading a dog's life!


Q: What's the similarity between mother & wife?

A: One woman brings you into the world crying & the other ensures you continue to do so.

Keep smiling!!


Height of sports quota usage

🐒Tortoise and a Rabbit🐰wrote an entrance exam, πŸ“ 🐒Tortoise got 80%, 🐰Rabbit got 81%.

Both went for 🏦admission to an engineering college,

Cut-off needed was 85%. 😱😨

😾Rabbit didn't get admission, but the Tortoise got admission. πŸ™€
































😦U remember when we were in the πŸ˜₯1st standard, the tortoise won a race.

πŸ˜‚Sports quota ... 5% marks extra πŸ˜œπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ˆ

Tortoise rocks 😎....
U get shocks! 😌...

Forward this soon ... it's new arrival...πŸ’πŸ’πŸ’πŸ’πŸ’πŸ˜œπŸ˜›πŸ˜›πŸ˜›πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ˜œπŸ˜œ.    Keep laughing


cool places in Chennai

List of cool places in Chennai...



Height of Globalisation

Really superb example well written

Question : What is the truest definition of Globalization ?

Answer : Princess Diana's death .

Question : How come ?

Answer :An English princess with an

Egyptian boyfriend crashes in a

French tunnel, driving a

German car with a

Dutch engine, driven by a

Belgian who was drunk on

Scottish whisky: followed closely by

Italian Paparazzis in

Japanese motorcycles; treated by an

American doctor, using

Brazilian medicines.

And moreover this is sent to you by an


American  technology, and you're probably reading this on your iPhone or Android or Windows phone or blackberry  , that use

Taiwanese chips, and a

Korean screen, assembled by

Bangladeshi workers inn a

Singapore plant, transported by

PAKISTANI lorry-drivers, .... . That is




Years are passing by and our kidneys are filtering
the blood by removing salt and any unwanted
bacteria entering our body.
With time salt accumulates in our kidney and it
needs to undergo cleaning treatment. How are we
going to do this?
Here is an easy, cheap and simple way to do it.
Take a bunch of coriander (DHANIYA Leaves) and
wash it clean. Cut it in small pieces and put it in a
pot. Pour clean water and boil it for ten minutes
and let it cool down. Next filter it and pour it in a
clean bottle and keep it in refrigerator to cool.
Drink one glass everyday and you will notice all
salt and other accumulated impurities coming out
of your kidney while urination. You will be able to
notice the difference yourself!
DHANIYA/CORIANDER is known as a best cleaning
treatment for kidneys and the best part is it is
Please share this information with others and keep
your kidneys clean:)
10 Biggest brain damaging habits:

1: Missing breakfast.
2: Over-eating
3: Smoking
4: High sugar consumption.
5: More sleeping
specially at morning
6: Eating meal while watching TV or computer
7: Wearing Cap/scarf or socks while sleeping
8: More brain usage during sickness
9: Over speaking
10. Habit of blocking/Stoping Urine.

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