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Saturday, January 15, 2011


Eti Napadenchi from Peru, which is the eighth month of pregnancy, reaches dolphin named Vajra during therapy for pregnant women in Lima hotel. It is believed that the therapy stimulates the brain of the baby in the womb, using visoko frekventni the sounds emitted by dolphins.


Patient treatment with glasses in the acupuncture clinic in Shanghai. It is believed that heating cups January instruction heat and moisture from the body.


A man covered in mud sits in the lagoon of miracles in the city Chilca, Peru. It is believed as the lagoon are treated – from acne to rheumatism.

Toxins from the wasp

Patient treatment of bee venom for rhinitis ie inflammation of the membranes in the nose, in the clinic in the city Djudju in China. Doctors at the clinic also by bee venom used in treatments against rheumatism and arthritis.


The picture is a man who swallowed a live fish as a form of treatment in the Indian city of Hyderabad. Each year in June, Bathini Goud brothers of Hyderabad attracts thousands of patients in his camp who want to try treatment with fish, which they believe treat asthma and respiratory problems.


Siliguri College Girl Commits Suicide After MMS leaked

Thursday, October 28, 2010

A Siliguri College diploma student committed suicide after hanging herself from the ceiling of her room on Wednesday night.The girl was under depression following circulation of a MMS clip.

According to the police, the 18-year-old decease was student of Siliguri Government Polythechnic College. The MMS was prepared by one of the student in the college and it got circulated.Police said that one Anindya Garai made the obscene clips of the girl and circulated it to others. The girl met Anindya at hostel mess where she was filmed on mobile phone.

The police said a hunt was on for Anindya. The youth, who is a resident of Sonamukhi in Bankura district, escaped after the first FIR. We have deputed an officer and are searching for him, ASP Sharma said. After yesterday’s incident, the girl’s mother has filed another FIR, levelling the same allegations against him.


Photos of Tsunami In Indonesia | Video | Stills | News

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

On October 25, a strong earthquake caused a tsunami in West Sunmatra, Indonesia. The Indonesian Meteorology and Geophysics Agency warned that there would be small tsunamis after the 7.2 magnitude quake hit Pagai, one of the Mentawai islands. The tsunami could be compared to the 2004 earthquake and Indian Ocean tsunami, which took the life of 230,000 people in dozen countries. This time, the tsunami destroyed most buildings in the coastal village of Betu Monga, killed more than 100 people and left hundreds others missing. The first photos of the tsunami show tottering house and falling trees on Pagai island.


Michael Jackson Tops Forbes List of Dead Celebrities

Just in time for Halloween – or maybe to satisfy our year round morbid fascinations – Forbes has compiled its 10th Annual list of the world’s top money making famous corpses: That is, celebrities who, in death, made more money than you last year, even though you were – presumably – alive (I don’t want to make assumptions). A lot more.

1. Michael Jackson $275 million

2. Elvis Presley $60 million

3. J.R.R. Tolkien $50 million

4. Charles Schulz $33 million

5. John Lennon $17 million

6. Stieg Larsson $15 million

7. Dr. Seuss (Theodor Geisel) $11 million

8. Albert Einstein $10 million

9. George Steinbrenner $8 million

10. Richard Rodgers $7 million

11. Jimi Hendrix (tie) $6 million

12. Steve McQueen (tie) $6 million

13. Aaron Spelling $5 million


IBM, Tech Mahindra, Spanco get Bharti Africa work

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

India's top mobile operator Bharti Airtel Ltd has chosen IBM, Tech Mahindra and Spanco to handle customer service for its newly acquired mobile networks in 16 African countries, Tech Mahindra said on Monday.

Financial details were not disclosed but an agreement is expected to be finalised soon, Tech Mahindra said in a stock exchange notice.

India's top mobile operator Bharti Airtel Ltd has chosen IBM, Tech Mahindra and Spanco to handle customer service for its newly acquired mobile networks in 16 African countries, Tech Mahindra said on Monday.

Financial details were not disclosed but an agreement is expected to be finalised soon, Tech Mahindra said in a stock exchange notice.

Under the deal, Bharti will outsource core customer service operations such as call centres and back office functions related to its mobile networks across Africa to the three firms.

This follows the selection of IBM in September to manage the computing technology and services running Bharti's mobile networks across 16 African countries.

Bharti, which acquired Kuwait-based Zain's African business in June for USD 9 billion, has over 40 million customers across Africa and is targetting 100 million by 2013, the statement said.


CBI grills Ramalinga Raju on diversion of funds

CBI grills Ramalinga Raju on diversion of funds

CBI sleuths grilled founder and ex-chairman of the erstwhile Satyam Computers Services Limited, B. Ramalinga Raju, for about three hours on Tuesday in connection with diversion of funds to other countries.

According to official sources, the questioning of Mr. Raju would continue for the next couple of days.

The CBI reportedly sought clarifications about where he had parked the funds.

The investigating agency had in the past sent letters rogatory to six countries. While UK, USA, Singapore and Malaysia had sent part replies, Belgium and British Virgin Islands had not responded.

The sources said that the questioning centred around funds which had “come and gone” in 1999-2000.

The CBI had issued notice on Monday summoning Mr. Raju to appear before it on Tuesday.

Mr. Raju is the prime accused in the multi-crore Satyam Computers fraud case. He was granted bail on August 18 by the Andhra Pradesh High Court and was discharged from the Nizam's Institute of Medical Sciences (NIMS), where he was undergoing treatment for Hepatitis C, on October 2.

While granting bail, the court directed Mr. Raju to report daily to the investigation officer after discharge from the hospital.


Following a petition by the CBI seeking cancellation of the bail granted to Mr. Raju by the High Court, the Supreme Court had issued a notice to him and posted the next hearing to October 22.



India v New Zealand | Gambhir, Ishant and Laxman return

Monday, October 25, 2010

Gautam Gambhir, VVS Laxman and Ishant Sharma have recovered from injuries that kept them out of the second Test against Australia, and are included in India's squad for the three-Test series against New Zealand, which begins on November 4 in Ahmedabad. That Cheteshwar Pujara and M Vijay filled in superbly for Laxman and Gambhir in Bangalore made this a straightforward selection, with both of them retaining their places in the 15-member squad. Amit Mishra and Sreesanth will be the reserve spinner and seamer respectively.

India: MS Dhoni (capt), Virender Sehwag (vice-capt), Gautam Gambhir, Suresh Raina, Cheteshwar Pujara, M Vijay, Rahul Dravid, Sachin Tendulkar, VVS Laxman, Harbhajan Singh, Zaheer Khan, Ishant Sharma, Sreesanth, Pragyan Ojha, Amit Mishra


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