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We need to convert each and every places of worship independent of religion into public inconvenience or Toilets as We believe Cleanliness is GOD. So get the Ponga Pandits with Dirty designer Ropes and take in the amnual scavengers to man those new abode of Gods,
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Spencer -Goenka stores in India selling poor quality products . Some are potential health hazards..don't buy them..
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A Sauce Pan from Spencer Suchitra Cross Jedimetla Hyderabad..is so unstable that it topples on it own when liquid /milk /water starts boiling..It is a very serious health hazards..possibly made of raw un-tempered (Annealed steel causing expansion and instability). My complaint to spencer is not not acted upon..I ask all customers vis those super market be careful.
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Modi may need help to get rid of NON-SCIENTIFIC temperament of his Indian Kids..
 
That's the 5 MB version below but there's a 342 MB jpeg version available here;
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"  This image was created with data from the Local Group Survey, completed with the Mosaic camera on the Mayall 4-meter telescope at Kitt Peak National Observatory. M31, M33 and our Milky Way are the three largest members of the Local Group of galaxies. M31 is a spiral galaxy very similar in size and mass to our own. Ten 'pointings' of the camera along the galaxy in five filters were used to make the image. You could line seven full moons across the image. The image was generated with observations with the U (violet), B (blue), V (cyan), I (orange) and H-alpha (red) filters. The five filters show the star colors and HII star forming regions in vivid detail. About 600 million pixels in size, it is the largest and most detailed image of M31 ever completed that covers the entire galaxy. This image is rotated CW 127 degrees from North is up, East to the left.  "
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LOBIS and Cheats sorry chits sorry court slips
LOBIS and the High Court of Judicature at Hyderabad. ..My daughter got EAMCET 2013 Rank OC/OU 2318 for admission in Med Colleges in erstwhile AP. Being an ESM's daughter (duly registered at the concerned ZSWO (Ranga Reddy) she was eligible for CAP quota sea...
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A Sauce Pan from Spencer Suchitra Cross Jedimetla Hyderabad..is so unstable that it topples on it own when liquid /milk /water starts boiling..It is a very serious health hazards..possibly made of raw un-tempered (Annealed steel causing expansion and instability). My complaint to spencer is not not acted upon..I ask all customers vis those super market be careful.
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Dear Shri Narendra Modi,

The Right to Information Act is under threat once again! This time due to the Government not appointing a Chief Information Commissioner.

How can the Central Information Commission (CIC), responsible for adjudicating RTI appeals, function effectively without a Chief Information Commissioner?

Yet for the first time sincethe landmark legislation was passed in 2005, there is no Chief Information Commissioner in the CIC. The post has remained vacant since August 22, 2014.

This massive delay in appointing a new Chief is severely hampering the working of the Information Commission. There is already a huge backlog in the Commission with close to 25,000 appeals and complaints pending.

This ever-increasing backlog of cases challenges the citizen’s fundamental Right to Information and creates roadblocks in fighting corruption, big and small.

PM Modi, you have often stressed on ‘anti-corruption’ and ‘quest for transparency’ as the driving forces of your good governance program. How then can such a key institution to fight corruption remain rudderless?

According to media reports, the delay in appointing a new Chief is because there is no Leader of Opposition. However, the RTI Act clearly states that in the absence of a recognised Leader of Opposition, the leader of the single largest opposition party should be part of the committee to appoint the new chief.

Since the RTI Act is absolutely clear on this, we ask you, as a citizens of this country, to ensure the post is filled immediately.

The RTI Act is one of the most empowering legislations for citizens and there are millions of examples from across the country on how people have successfully used RTI to hold the government accountable.

We, therefore, ask you to appoint a Chief Information Commissioner without further delay and walk the talk on your transparency and good governance agenda.

Yours Sincerely,

Anjali Bhardwaj, Nikhil Dey & Amrita Johri
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Thunderstorm in Split, Croatia by Ivan Rajčić (ivanrajcic) http://500px.com/photo/81701643 - (Shared via 'MC-Photo' Android app: http://goo.gl/4AbzF )
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For the First time ordered a product online from Snapdeal. Supposedly to reach on or before 0730 PM 04 Sep. But there is no trace of the product or any call from ECOM courier.
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Flying Mobula  Rays

If you have been out on a boat in the Gulf de Papagayo of Costa Rica, you may have witnessed a strange creature leaping from the water and coming down with a loud splash. It could be a dolphin but chances are that what you have witnessed is in fact a devil ray.

The devil ray as it is commonly called is actually part of the mobula family of rays. There are several species in this family most of which are known to breach. There breaching is a source of much debate in the marine biologist community. There are several different opinions or theories on what makes the mobulas jump, however, there remains no steadfast evidence that definitively settles the debate.

Theories regarding this odd behavior vary widely. One of the wider spread theories is that these devil rays perform this jumping ritual to remove parasites from their skin. Other theories suggest that it could be a form of mating ritual or simply showing off. There is also the opinion that these rays could possibly be breaching by complete accident. Devil rays are incredibly fast, as they have no other form of defense other than their speed and agility. They can manipulate their bodies in the water with ease to both escape predators and catch a meal. If they are travelling at a rapid speed near the surface and don’t realise they are going to breach, the slight movements they make underwater could explain their acrobatic flips that are made when they jump from the water.

Devil rays in Costa Rica have been witnessed to make up to 3 flips in one single jump that can reach up to 2 metres above the water. Mobulas, or devil rays, can travel in huge schools that can number in the thousands. If you are diving in Costa Rica there is a chance that you could possibly witness one of these schools that are truly magnificent and beautiful. Rays as far as the eye can see, flapping their wings in unison with each other, unchanged by your presence. The Bat Islands in Costa Rica is a fantastic place to see this occur. The Bat Islands are one of the protected marine zones in Costa Rica where fishing is not permitted at all. As a result the schools and the size of the marine life in this area is much greater than other parts of the country.

Mobulas have been witnessed doing this same behavior in several parts of the world. There is an interesting article that describes the behavior and the fishing of this species that now takes place in the Sea of Cortez in Mexico. Due to overfishing of other species, this animal is now being fished for its meat by local fisherman in the area. Due to this and marine groups concern over the sustainability of such practises there have recently been several studies launched on this species that will hopefully gather more information on this wonderful species.

In short, there is no one answer to the question of why devil rays breach. It is a question that remains the source of much debate. As more and more studies are being done on the species in the Sea of Cortez, there will hopefully be more information gathered that can bring an end to this curious question.

Jonathan Rowe is a Canadian divemaster who works with Rocket Frog Divers in Costa Rica. After witnessing the mobulas performing their acrobatics on numerous occasions and then seeing a massive school of mobulas on my first ever visit to the Bat Islands in Costa Rica, I was hooked. I needed to find out more information. While that search has ultimately lead to more questions than answers, the species remains a huge interest.

Rocket Frog Divers is a dive shop that specializes in diving trips to the Bat Islands and the Catalina Islands of Costa Rica.



Mobula is a genus of ray in the family Myliobatidae (eagle rays). Their appearance is similar to that of manta rays, which are in the same family. Species of this genera are often collectively referred to as "flying mobula" or simply "flying rays", due to their propensity for breaching, sometimes in a spectacular manner. The devil fish can attain a disc width of up to 5.2 m (17 ft) and can probably weigh over a ton, second only to the Manta species in size. Despite their size, little is known about this genus, much of it being from anecdotal accounts.

Mobula rays in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortés) have been reported to breach as high as 2 m above the sea.


Source: http://www.costarica-scuba.com/why-do-devil-rays-jump/

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    almost everything, 2009 - present
    Internet is the master and I am the student..there is no stopping..ask me any thing ..I will find you the answer..
  • Rishra High School
    H S Final, 1965 - 1972
    Secondary Education till Class XI
  • Bengal Engineering & Science University,Shibpur
    BE (Mechanical), 1972 - 1977
    Graduation in Mechanical Engineering from Bengal Engineering College under the aegis of Calcutta University, now a full fledged University.
  • MCEME, Secunderabad
    PG ( Electronics), 1984 - 1985
    This is civil equivalent to Electronics Engg ( Communication)
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 A Bong by Birth, Communist at heart, Secular on principle,Soldier by default & now an angry Young man at 59..but a fighter all along.

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