July 31, 2014

Natural Therapies without side effects for common problems

Natural Therapy For Common Ailments without Medication and Natural Cures without any side Effects 


In about 5 mins, your headache will go.......
The nose has a left and a right side. We use both to inhale and exhale.
Actually they are different. You'll be able to feel the difference. 
The right side represents the sun.
The left side represents the moon.
During a headache, try to close your right nose and use your left nose to breathe.
In about 5 mins, your headache will go. 

If you feel tired, just reverse, close your left nose and breathe through your right nose.
After a while, you will feel your mind is refreshed.
Right side belongs to 'hot', so it gets heated up easily.
Left side belongs to 'cold'. Most females breathe with their left noses, so they get "cooled off" faster.
Most of the guys breathe with their right noses, they get worked up.
Do you notice, the moment you awake, which side breathes better?
Left or right ?
If left is better, you will feel tired. So, close your left nose and use your right nose for breathing..
You will feel refreshed quickly.
Do you suffer from continual headaches?
Try out this breathing therapy.
Close your right nose and breathe through your left nose. Your headaches will be gone.
Continued the exercise for one month.  Why not give it a try.....a natural therapy without medication.


Acidity, it is said, is worse than Cancer. It is one of the most common dis-ease people encounter in their daily life. The home remedy for Acidity is Raw Grains of Rice.

The Process:
1.     Take 8 - 10 grains of raw uncooked rice
2.     Swallow it with water before having your breakfast or eating anything in the morning
3.     Do this for 21 days to see effective results and continuously for 3 months to eliminate acidity from the body

The Cure:
Reduces acid levels in the body and makes you feel better by the day.


Cholesterol problem accompanies with Hypertension and Heart Problems. This is also one of the common problems in people who have High Blood Pressure and Diabetes. The home remedy for Cholesterol problem is RAW SUPARI.

The Process:
1.     Take Raw Supari (Betel Nut that is not flavoured) and slice them or make pieces of the same
2.     Chew it for about 20 - 40 minutes after every meal
3.     Spit it out

The Cure:
When you chew the supari, the saliva takes in the juice that is generated and this acts like a Blood Thinner. Once your blood becomes free flowing, it brings down the pressure in the blood flow, thereby reducing Blood Pressure too. 


One of the simple home remedy cure for Blood Pressure is Methi Seeds or Fenugreek Seeds.

The Process:
1.     Take a pinch of Raw Fenugreek Seeds, about 8 - 10 seeds
2.     Swallow it with water before taking your breakfast, every morning

The Cure:
The seeds of Fenugreek are considered good to reduce the blood pressure.


There are 2 home remedies for Diabetes. One is Ladies Finger and the other is Black Tea.
BLACK TEA: Due to high medication, the organ that is worst affeccted is the Kidney. It has been observed that Black Tea (tea without milk, sugar or lemon) is good for the Kidney. Hence a cup of black tea every morning is highly advisable.

The Process:
1. Boil water along with the tea leaves (any tea leaves will do).
2. Drink the concoction without addingmilk, sugar or lemon.

The Cure:
Black Tea will help in enhancing the function of the kidney, thereby not affecting it more.

Ladies finger is considered to be a good home medicine for diabetes.

The Process:
1. Slit the ladies finger into 2 halves vertically and soak it in water overnight.
2. The next morning, remove the ladies fingers and drink the water, before eating your breakfast.

The Cure:
After the ladies fingers are soaked overnight in the water, you can observe that the water becomes sticky in the morning. This sticky water is considered to be good for people who suffer from Diabetes.

Will add more soon....

July 19, 2014

MHADA Lottery Applicants Unsuccessful Refund List 2014

MHADA has refunded the failed unsuccessful applicants money in their respective bank accounts using direct transfer as per the details provided in the application. MHADA has published the list of applications where refund could not be processed due to one of the below reasons :

1)Invalid MICR code
2)Wrong Account Name
3)No such Account
4)NRI Account No.
5)Account Closed

To avail the failed refund ,the applicant has to make an application to the MHADA in the provided format and with the requested supporting documents and proofs for the bank accounts.


July 14, 2014


Please fill the details of the income and deductions application for you in the below form and estimate the income tax payable or receivable for you during the year.

July 10, 2014

Union Budget 2014-2015 Highlights

Here are the highlights of Union Budget 2014 tabled by finance minister Arun Jaitley on Thursday:
* Housing loan rebate to raised from Rs 1.5 lakh to Rs 2 lakh.
* Net effect of direct tax proposals is revenue loss of Rs 22,200 crore.
* Government proposes to increase investment limit under Section 80C from Rs 1 lakh to Rs 1.5 lakhs.
* Tax exemption limit for small and marginal, and senior tax payers changed from Rs 2.0 to Rs 2.5 lakh. For senior citizens, no tax for income up to Rs 3 lakh per annum.
* No changes in tax rate.
* PPF limit to be raised to Rs 1.5 lakh: Jaitley
* Rs 100 crore for training of sportspersons for upcoming Asian Games.
* Government announces Rs 150 crore for communication needs of Andaman and Nicobar islands.
* Government announces Arun Prabha channel for northeastern region; will be 24/7 channel.
* Rs 1000 crore provided for rail connectivity in northeastern region.
* Programme for displaced Kashmiri migrants with Rs 500 crore to be started.
* Rs 100 crore set aside for project to link rivers.
* Government announces Rs 100 crore for development of Archaeological sites. Gaya to be developed as world class tourism spot.
* Rs 5000 crore set aside for defence outlay over and above amount provided under interim budget.
* National Police Memorial to be set up. Rs 50 crore set aside for this purpose.
* Rs 100 crore set aside for development of Technology Development Fund.
* Rs 100 crore War Memorial at Princess Park, India Gate.
* Policy of One Rank One Pension to be adopted for defence personnel.
* RBI will create framework for licenses of small banks.
* Government aims to provide all households with banking facilities to empower the weaker sections; there should be atleast 2 bank a/cs in each household.
* Urgent need to converge current Indian standard with international accounting standards: Jaitley
* Rs 37, 800 crore allotted for National Highways.
* Revision of rate of royalty on minerals to be taken up on request from the states.
* In order to complete gas grid, 15000 km of additional pipeline to be developed through PPP mode.
* ​New and renewable energy deserves high priority; ultra modern power projects to be taken up in Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Ladakh with Rs 500 crore.
* Rs 4200 crore set aside for Jal Marg Vikas project on river Ganga connecting Allahabad to Haldia , over 1620 km.
* Scheme for development of new airports at tier II and III cities through PPP mode.
* Rs 200 crore set aside for 6 more textile clusters in Rae Bareily, Lucknow, Surat, Bhagalpur. Rs 50 crore set aside for Pashmina Production program in J&K.
* MSMEs are the backbone of the economy; to be revived through a Committee to examine and report in three months.
* 6 more textile clusters to be set up.
* Industrial Smart Cities to come up at 7 cities.
* All govt departments and ministries to be integrated through E-platform by 31 December this year.
* Rs 100 crore set aside for Kisan Television to provide real time information on various farming and agriculture issues. (Read story here)
* National Industrial Corridor to be set up. Rs 1000 crore set aside for this.
* Rs 5000 crore short time rural credit refinance fund for 2014-15.
* Rs 50 core set aside for indigenous cattle breed and blue revolution for inland fisheries.
* Propose to provide finance to 5 lakh landless farmers through NABARD.
* Govt will initiate scheme to provide a soil health card; Rs 100 crore set aside. Rs 56 crore for soil testing labs across the country.
* Agriculture University in Andhra Pradesh and Rajasthan, and Horticulture University in Haryana, Telangana; Rs. 200 cr set aside by the government.
* Slum development to be included in Corporate Social Responsibility activities.
* Govt announces Rs 100 crore for modernization of madrassas.
* Govt announces development of Metro rails in PPP mode; Rs 100 crore set aside for metro scheme in Ahmedabad and Lucknow.
* Rs 100 crore set aside for Community Radio Centres; 600 new and existing ones will be supported.
* National Rural Internet and Technology Mission; Rs 500 crore set aside.
* Govt proposes to set up Center of Excellence in MP named after Lok Nayak Jai Prakash Narayan.
* 5 more IITs and 5 IIMs to be set up .
* Propose to set up four more AIIMS; Rs. 500 crore set aside for this. Six new AIIMS started recently have become functional. Four new AIIMS will be set up in Andhra Pradesh, West Bengal, Vidarbha and Purvanchal. (Read story here)
* Govt proposes National Housing Banking programme; sets aside Rs 8000 crore for this program.
Union Budget 2014 through infographics
* Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana has a massive impact on rural development; Govt sets aside Rs 14,389 crore for this scheme.
* Crisis Management Center for women at Delhi; money to be provided from Nirbhaya fund.
* Govt announces Beti Padhao, Beti Badhao Yojana; sets aside Rs 100 crore for this. (Read story here)
* Safety of women of prime importance.
* EPFO will launch a unified account scheme for portability of Provident Fund accounts.
* Schemes for disabled persons in the country. 15 new Brail presses to be established and revival of 10 existing.
* Rs 50,548 crore proposed for Schedule Caste development.
​* Govt committed to providing 24/7 power supply to all homes. Deen Dayal Upadhyay Gram Jyoti Yojna for electricity supply to rural areas.
* Rs 200 crore for 'Statue of Unity' of Sardar Vallabh Patel.
Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sichayin Yojana to be started for irrigation.
* We will examine proposal to give additional autonomy to banks and make them more responsible: Jaitley
* E-visas to be introduced at nine airports in India in phased manner. (Read story here)
* FDI in insurance to be increased to 49%
* FM announces FDI in defence up from 26 to 49 % with Indian management and control
* Transfer pricing is major area for litigation; proposes changes in transfer pricing regulation: Jaitley
* I propose to strengthen authority for advance ruling in tax: Jaitley
* Aim to achieve 7-8 per cent economic growth rate in next 3-4 years.
* We wish to provide an investment friendly taxation system: Jaitley
* This govt will not ordinarily change policies retrospectively which creates a fresh liability.
* GST will streamline tax administration and result in higher tax collection for center and states. (Read story here.)
* A new urea policy would be formulated.
* Considering that we had two years of low GDP growth, a large subsidy burden, target of 4.1% fiscal burden is daunting: Jaitley
* We must address the problem of black money: Jaitley
* Iraq crisis leading behind an impact. Inflation has remained at elevated level: Jaitley
* We have taken up the challenge in the right ernest; will create a vibrant and strong India: Jaitley.

July 3, 2014



The ICC world cup tournament will be jointly held across Australia and New Zealand in February and March 2015. The first matches will be played in Christchurch and Melbourne on 14 February, with the final at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on 29 March.

Fourteen teams will participate in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015. The initial phase will involve two pools of seven teams playing in a round-robin format. The top four teams from each pool will proceed to the knock out stage of the tournament, which will comprise quarter-finals, semi-finals and the final. There will be no third place play-off.

Past ICC Cricket World Cup Tournaments winners were as detailed below :

Australia has won the tournament four times (1987, 1999, 2003 and 2007). The West Indies (1975, 1979) and India (1983, 2011) have won twice, while Pakistan (1992) and Sri Lanka (1996) have each won once.


Click the Teams for Updated Details

Pool A
Pool B

South Africa
Sri Lanka
West Indies
New Zealand

 After 2015, the next ICC Cricket World Cup tournament would be held in the year 2019 and it would be hosted by England and Wales.

Source : http://www.icc-cricket.com

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