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Posted: 04 February 2015 at 9:58pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by mannu_minnie

OMG koi yaha aaya. mujhe laga ki akele mai hi ghumti hu yaha. hellos Anji, Arti.

Anji was asking for cc link in our previous cc.

Yup ! I am back here again.

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Posted: 04 February 2015 at 10:15pm | IP Logged
Mannu hum tohar gola par aa Gaye hai LOL
E gola ma bohote cophusion hai...
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Posted: 04 February 2015 at 11:05pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by Invisible_Wings

Mannu hum tohar gola par aa Gaye hai LOL
E gola ma bohote cophusion hai...
ka conphusion hai be?? humka batao to.Tongue
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Posted: 04 February 2015 at 11:10pm | IP Logged

Rural technology park promotes indigenous technologies


Not many would be aware that the National Institute of Rural Development (NIRD), Hyderabad has a well established Rural Technology Park (RTP). Here, several relevant and user-friendly technologies are showcased which are useful for improving rural livelihoods.

Training is given to interested budding entrepreneurs for their skill up-gradation. After training, they are also assisted, so that they can start their enterprises.

The Institute has adopted more than 100 villages across the country where innovative ideas are implemented.

Current focus

"We are also focusing on "Make in India" theme. The idea is to identify critical gaps and address them by enhancing the quality and marketability of the products having an eye on market demand.

"As the Indian market itself is so huge, rural producers can tap it and in the process, create enormous value for their enterprises. This is a very important step, especially in creating opportunities for the rural youth across the country and also addressing the current unemployment scenario," says Dr. M.V.Rao, Director General, NIRD.

For example, the Institute is promoting the concept of harnessing solar energy at a big level. Solar street lights have become very popular in all the villages adopted by the Institute.

Lights have been installed in all these villages with community involvement.

"Earlier a solar street light used to cost more than Rs.20,000, but thanks to innovative designs, the cost is now reduced to less than Rs.4,000 and several such lights have been installed in remote villages in Madhya Pradesh, Chattisgarh and Maharashtra," says Dr. Rao.

Preserving food stuff

Tee Wave, a technology partner with the Institute is working on this concept for preserving vegetables, fruits and fish.

Unlike traditional motors and appliances which run on high electricity, these appliances run on very low power DC motors. Hence, these are very useful in remote areas where electricity is a problem. For crops like soya, Saraswathi Mahila Gruha Udyog, a sort of self help group, has been created which is manufacturing a lot of products like soya milk, papad and soya powder.

Honey bee

Those interested in honey bee rearing can visit the honey house to learn how to set up bee boxes, honey extraction and value addition. NIRD has been training hundreds of entrepreneurs in bee-keeping as well as honey collection and preservation.

Another component is the training programmes in bio-fertilizers and bio-pesticides. This is fast finding a lot of popularity among the farmers from several states.

Emphasis is placed on how to manufacture bio inputs because sourcing inputs is a big problem for growers on time.

The institute conducts training on neem based enterprises and vermi-composting as these are eco-friendly and are preferred in organic farming.

Cooking gas is not available easily in villages. Rural women need to go to nearby forest areas to collect firewood for cooking.

The institute has developed various models and efficient technologies for cooking. These include models developed by Centre for Science & Villages (CSV), Wardha and Appropriate Rural Technologies Institute, Maharashtra.

Cooking stove

NIRD has tied up with both these organisations to popularise these cooking stoves and various innovative models so that cooking happens faster with fuel efficiency. In some of these models, as a by-product, cooking coal is also produced. This is used again as fuel.

"We invite farmers, rural youth, women self help groups and NGOs across the country to come and visit our technology park so that they can get a better idea as to how it can help them," says Dr. Rao.

Success

The success of the technology park has encouraged the Government of India to commit setting up such parks in five African countries including Malawi and Zimbabwe to start with, as part of India-Africa partnership.


very gud initiative.

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Posted: 04 February 2015 at 11:13pm | IP Logged
Execution in America. it's so weird tat they execute people by using lethal drugs.

On January 30, the U.S. State of Ohio postponed all the seven executions scheduled for 2015 to procure a different anaesthetic drug and develop a new protocol to execute death row convicts using lethal injection. The announcement came three weeks after the State decided not to use a controversial anaesthetic, Midazolam, and two days after the U.S. Supreme Court stayed the execution of three Oklahoma death row convicts using the same drug. Midazolam is used to put a convict to sleep before other drugs are injected to stop the heart. Though the intent behind using the anaesthetic is to reduce pain when another injected drug causes death, the outcome has been nothing but disastrous. Last year, the unproven anaesthetic failed to completely sedate prisoners, resulting in a few prolonged and possibly excruciatingly painful executions in Ohio and Arizona. For instance, in January last year, it took 26 long minutes of "choking, gasping and writhing" before a convict in Ohio died in a bungled execution. That the experimental anaesthetic drug was chosen not on the basis of scientific merit but information available on an unreliable Internet website, reveals the downright callousness involved and the mindless pursuit of executions. In 2011, when European countries banned the export of sodium thiopental and other anaesthetic drugs used in executions and a sole American manufacturer halted sodium thiopental production, many States turned to compounding pharmacies, which are beyond the purview of the Food and Drug Administration, for the supply of untested and unreliable drugs.

There is no scientific basis to support the effectiveness of lethal injections using different drugs with randomly chosen dosages and questionable quality and administered using varied protocols: Ohio has a two-drug protocol while Oklahoma has a three-drug regimen. Another vital issue that makes the method highly repugnant is the failure to administer the drugs into a vein. Such a fiasco in April 2014 led to a convict in Oklahoma remaining alive for 43 minutes, often "writhing in pain" and "breathing heavily" before dying of a heart attack. The botched executions clearly demonstrate that the punishment very often ends up being disproportionate to the crime, thus violating the Eighth Amendment ban on cruel and unusual punishment. If capital punishment by itself is abhorrent and has no place in a modern society, executing prisoners using lethal injections is outright barbaric. The U.S. has the dubious distinction of being a country with one of the largest number of executions in the world. Ironically, 13 States account for almost all the executions; 18 States and the District of Columbia have repealed it.



Edited by mannu_minnie - 04 February 2015 at 11:14pm
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Posted: 05 February 2015 at 8:42am | IP Logged
Originally posted by Invisible_Wings

Originally posted by anji-mira

Arti...thread pe bhabhiji ka picture?OuchOuchOuch

Bhabhiji is integral part of this thread unke bina thread Pura nahi hota LOL


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Posted: 05 February 2015 at 8:44am | IP Logged
suni suni ho gayi hai ye jagah...
sandy..arti.. asha...tamu... kahan ho sab ke sab
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Posted: 06 February 2015 at 2:30am | IP Logged
Originally posted by anji-mira

suni suni ho gayi hai ye jagah...
sandy..arti.. asha...tamu... kahan ho sab ke sab
anji heard about DD's marriage news??
Tamu got married, Asha is busy, Arti came sometimes. Sandy was on DD's AT and now hardly visible on IF, Trish is having exams. Deepa comes on FB only. Tongue

koi bacha h??

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