Anger supression in Anger expression.

Generations to generations , we humans express our anger in some unique ways, like shouting,hitting, causing physical damage and more.

Let it be the different story. A typical kind of anger expression is now very common. Revolution in mobile technology, privileged us with better communication. A maximum number of population is using mobiles for communication with their family and other purposes. More often we might come across with people who switch off  his or her mobile during strong argument with their counterpart.

Usually it happens among the person, who stays away from their family and dear ones , and in persons who make frequent calls  to their family and friends.The clear intention is to create some uneasiness, discomfort,irritation and panic to his or her counterpart by disrupting and rejecting his or her contact for a while.

Though it seems as irrational way of expressing anger it helps to suppress anger by allowing his or her to avoid the situation and rethink the situation.

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Thiruvalluvar the great poet

Kanyakumari the southern tip of India is one of the major tourist attraction of south India.It is famous for its enticing sea shores, boating, Vivekananda rock and more. One of the most attraction of Kanyakumari is the 133 feet tall statue of Thiruvalluvar.

Thiruvalluvar is a great Tamil poet whose period has been estimated between 100 B.C and 600 AD. He wrote the worlds common faith ‘Thirukural’ before thousands of years ago.

Thirukual is a collection of 1330 couplets (two-line poems) expounding various aspects of life. It contains 133 chapters,each chapter is the collection of 10 couplets.

This is divided in to three main parts ‘Aram'(virtue), ‘Porul'(wealth) and ‘Inbam'(Love). These three parts clearly illustrates the moral, socio-economic and psychological aspects of life. Its ethics and values are applicable to all religion,countries and time.It has been translated in to more than 60 major languages of the world.

These are some of the lines from Thirukural:

Who fails to guard himself from flaw
Loses his life-like flame-lit straw.

The virtue-killer may be saved
Not benefit-killer who is damned.

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Common wealth games 2010:Indian culture show

Indian culture is rich and diverse and as a result unique in its very own way.Even though India is a country of various religion and culture, our culture tells just one thing “unity,unity in diversity”.India have distinct cultures,which varies from north to south and east to west.India’s dance and music stands high with its varieties of folks and classical forms.Upcoming common wealth game 2010 will yet again proclaim the fame of India’s richness in our own music Carnatic and Hindustani music’s.Yet again all legs will put the steps of  India’s folks and classical dances.Yeah! India’s culture to be on show during 2010 common wealth games Delhi.Our Carnatic, Hindustani, Bharathanatiyam, Kathak, Kathakali, Kuchipudi, Odisi and folks will be performed at 15 venues in the city during the 2010 common wealth games, Delhi.The organizing committee common wealth games 2010 Dehi in collaboration with Delhi government has decided to showcase India’s culture to the Game visitors, by organizing a series of events offering a taste of country’s music,dance and folks.Undoubtedly this is a great opportunity to showcase the richness of our cultural heritage to the entire world. Events will be held from 3-12 0ctober.

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India in FIFA World cup 2010

In less than 10 days world is going to witness one of the worlds largest sporting event,FIFA world cup soccer tournament 2010 in South Africa. It is disappointing for millions of foot ball fans in India, because they don’t have their own team in this mega event, to support.

But at least they have some thing to say about India in 2010 and 2014 world cup football tournament. This year’s World Cup in South Africa and the following one in Brazil 2014 will be managed and organized using a bespoke football tournament event management web-based application.This web based event management system has been developed for FIFA by India’s,Hyderabad headquartered Mahindra satyam IT company.

Mahindra Satyam is the first Indian company to sign with FIFA the world soccer body, as a sponsor and official IT provider for the 2010 and 2014 editions of the world cup tournament.Through this event management application developed by the Mahindra Satyam they will  manage the accreditation, logistics, IT assets and transportation for all the volunteers, FIFA officials, players and international media behind the scenes is all working perfectly, as well as organising the ticketing systems in multiple languages to issue 3 Million tickets,polls for the Golden Boot competition, space and material management. These solutions will enrich the experience of all fans arriving in the stadium to watch the 64 matches and ensure seamless movement of all the delegates, staff and volunteers.

Pray and hope for our foot ball team participation in world cup foot ball tournament very soon.

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World Environment Day 2010:Kwita Izina gorilla-naming ceremony

2010 Theme ‘Many Species. One Planet. One Future’

June 5 WED, organized by the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) every year since 1972, is the UN’s biggest global celebration for positive environmental action. The 2010 theme focuses on the central importance to humanity of the globe’s wealth of species and ecosystems, in support of the 2010 UN International Year of Biodiversity.

This year’s global host, Rwanda – a country of exceptional biodiversity that has made huge strides on environmental protection – will lead the celebrations with three days of keynote events,on 3-5 June, culminating in the epic Kwita Izina gorilla-naming ceremony in the world famous Volcanoes National Park on 5 June.

Details of Kwita Izina:The ceremony of giving a name to a new born human baby, commonly known as Kwita Izina, has been a Rwandan tradition for centuries. Three decades ago, the Rwanda Office of Tourism and National Parks, and the people of Rwanda, decided to extend this ceremony to include the cherished, endangered gorillas of their country in which 1/3 of the total population lives.

Kwita Izina is a Rwandan ceremony of giving a name to a new born baby gorilla,the uniquely Rwandan event, was introduced in 2005 with the aim of creating awareness for the conservation of the endangered mountain Gorillas. The ceremony’s main goal is in helping monitor each individual gorilla and their groups in their natural habitat. It was created as a means of bringing attention both locally and international about the importance of protecting the mountain gorillas and their habitats in the Virunga Mountains in the north of the country. Since 2005 the inaugural Gorilla Naming Ceremony was launched 103 baby gorillas have been named. And during this sixth annual Kwita Izina names will be given to eleven (11) mountain baby gorillas at the foot of the Virunga Mountains in Kinigi. The Rwandan government has generously shared the privilege of naming two baby gorillas with the global WED community. This will be done in the form of public vote.This year’s event will be held on June 5th 2010 on World Environment Day.

To name a baby gorilla – vote for your name choices now!

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Common wealth Games 2010, Delhi : Indian culture show

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Suspiciousness:The killing relation breaker

Too often relationships break down due to many reasons, but the fatal reason among them is suspiciousness about partner. It is much worse to have a suspicious mind. Nothing can kill a happy relationship faster than suspiciousness. Being around a suspicious person is difficult to deal with. While everyone gets suspicious from time-to-time, experiencing suspiciousness on a daily basis can be problematic and ends with break down of relationships.

Self analyze yourself with the following questions, to find out whether you have suspicious mind or not.

1. Do you checking his or her activities too often?

2. Do you always call your husband or wife   by the hour to check on him or her?

3. Do you go through the call history and messages of your husband or wife?

4. Do you refuse your wife or husband to work in such environment, where there is more mingling of both sexes?

5. Do you easily get doubt, when he or she doesn’t return your calls?

6. Do you get paranoid, when he or she went out without telling you where he or she went?

7. Do you often ask whom he/she is with at work?

8. Do you feel insecure even when he or she speaks of someone who both of you do not know personally or when he looks at someone who happens to pass by?

If you agreed to all these, then conclude, possibly you are suspicious about your partner’s action. Don’t be panic; the important thing is, suspiciousness can be overcome. Here are the few tips to overcome your suspicious thought about your partner.

  1. Talk to your husband or wife, boyfriend or girlfriend, about the issue. It helps to focus on your feelings and not necessarily your partner’s behavior.
  2. See the situation as what it truly is and not what could be. Sometimes, your mind is just over analyzing things.
  3. Try to think differently about events that make you suspicious.
  4. Stop jumping to conclusions on a small fraction of evidence.
  5. While you are involved in a relationship, enjoy and value it.
  6. If you find yourself constantly reminded of your past experiences of being cheated, confront your fears and communicate with your partner about it. Let go of the painful past because it may ruin your present relationship.
  7. Avoid being alone. Because isolation itself brings you the negative thoughts in your mind.
  8. Actively engage in some activity and communicate with someone, it relieves its negativity and makes feel happier
  9. Try to put yourself in your partner’s shoes. If you were a trustworthy person and being honest in the relationship how would it make you feel if your partner constantly accused you of lying, questioned you all the time about where you were or who with, accused you of cheating etc. when you were doing none of these things.
  10. Tell yourself that your partner has chosen you to be with, your partner loves you.
  11. Make quality time for each other .Do some activity together, takes away meal and relax together.
  12. Stop assuming the worst about your partner. Instead, assume the best of his or her faithfulness unless you have the real reason to believe.
  13. Get rid of the environment which induces and influences your suspiciousness.
  14. Trust yourself so you can trust others.
  15. Avoid asking unreasonable questions to your partner.

These are things you can do, which will help to keep your relationship healthy and loving and which could avoid the suspicious thoughts and distress of a relationship breakdown. Eventually you must implement these steps seriously in to actions to stop killer suspiciousness.

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Challenges of Modern Family

Family plays an important role in transmission of the cultural traditions from one generation to another. It acts as an educative unit and a socio-cultural agency. The importance of this aspect lies in the fact that children all over the world get their earliest instruction in the family beginning with language.

The roles of the family have undergone significant changes because of modernization and industrialization.These role changes forced our families to focus with different challenges and responsibilities.Inability of the families to withstand these challenges ends in fatal results.Family suicide is one of the horrible example. Reports suggests that the incidence of family suicide is climbing year by year. These fatal ends occur because of nothing other than running away from the proposed challenges. A challenge does not mean that we can run away from our given responsibilities.

As one of scholars sayings narrates “Let us look at the challenges facing our families with realism, let us see how we can face them with resilience and how we can take our responsibilities as parents or as children seriously. Let us see how we can each promote and practice fundamental values like love, respect, unity, solidarity and perseverance, especially in the face of adversity.

“The promotion and practice of such values within our families will not only help us overcome the modern-day challenges but will also show our children and grandchildren that there is strength and hope in a united family”.

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South Africa FIFA Worldcup 2010 Match Schedule: Indian Timings

Once again World is going to witness  yet another World cup football festival which is scheduled to start in South Africa from June 11. 32 teams are in the battle field as 8 groups. 2010 , FIFA world cup  foot ball matches are played as group stage and round of sixteen stage. From that, 8 teams will  enter in to quarter-final, then selected teams will proceed in to semis to final. Even though India is not playing in 2010 world cup  soccer tournament, millions of Indian football fans are eagerly waiting to  watch their favorite teams FIFA World cup soccer matches in television. Here is the 2010 world cup foot ball match schedule in Indian Timings, as well as  in local time.

World cup Football 2010 Teams.

Group A Group B Group C Group D
France Argentina Algeria Australia
Mexico Greece England Germany
South Africa Nigeria Slovenia Ghana
Uruguay South Korea United States Serbia
Group E Group F Group G Group H
Cameroon Italy Brazil Chile
Denmark New Zealand Ivory Coast Honduras
Japan Paraguay North Korea Spain
Netherlands Slovakia Portugal Switzerland

World cup Football 2010 group matches schedule in Indian Timings:

Date Group Team Venue Time Local Time India
June 11th A SouthAfrica Vs. Mexico Johannesburg (Soccer City) 4pm 7:30pm
June 11th A Uruguay Vs. France Cape Town 8:30pm 12pm
June 12th B South Korea Vs. Greece Port Elizabeth 1:30pm 5pm
June 12th B Argentina Vs. Nigeria Johannesburg (Ellis Park) 4pm 7:30pm
June 12th C England Vs. USA Rustenburg 8:30pm 12pm
June 13th C Algeria VsSlovenia Polokwane 1:30pm 5pm
June 13th D Serbia Vs. Ghana Pretoria 4pm 7:30pm
June 13th D Germany Vs. Australia Durban 8:30pm 12pm
June 14th E Netherlands Vs. Denmark Johannesburg (Soccer City) 1:30pm 5pm
June 14th E Japan Vs. Cameroon Bloemfontein 4pm 7:30pm
June 14th F Italy Vs. Paraguay Cape Town 8:30pm 12pm
June 15th F New Zealand VsSlovakia Rustenburg 1:30pm 5pm
June 15th G Côte d’Ivoire Vs. Portugal Port Elizabeth 4pm 7:30pm
June 15th G Brazil VsNorth Korea Johannesburg (Ellis Park) 8:30pm 12pm
June 16th H Honduras Vs. Chile Nelspruit 1:30pm 5pm
June 16th H Spain Vs. Switzerland Durban 4pm 7:30pm
June 16th A South Africa Vs. Uruguay Pretoria 8:30pm 12pm
June 17th B Argentina Vs. S. Korea Johannesburg (Soccer City) 1:30pm 5pm
June 17th B Greece Vs. Nigeria Bloemfontein 4pm 7:30pm
June 17th A France VsMexico Polokwane 8:30pm 12pm
June 18th D Germany Vs. Serbia Port Elizabeth 1:30pm 5pm
June 18th C Slovenia Vs. USA Johannesburg (Ellis Park) 4pm 7:30pm
June 18th C England Vs. Algeria Cape Town 8:30pm 12pm
June 19th E Netherlands Vs. Japan Durban 1:30pm 5pm
June 19th D Ghana Vs. Australia Rustenburg 4pm 7:30pm
June 19th E Cameroon Vs. Denmark Pretoria 8:30pm 12pm
June 20th F Slovakia Vs. Paraguay Bloemfontein 1:30pm 5pm
June 20th F Italy VsNew Zealand Nelspruit 4pm 7:30pm
June 20th G Brazil Vs. Côte d’Ivoire Johannesburg (Soccer City) 8:30pm 12pm
June 21st G Portugal Vs. North Korea Cape Town 1:30pm 5pm
June 21st H Chile Vs. Switzerland Port Elizabeth 4pm 7:30pm
June 21st H Spain Vs. Honduras Johannesburg 8:30pm 12pm
June 22nd A Mexico VsUruguay Rustenburg 4pm 7:30pm
June 22nd A France VsSouth Africa Bloemfontein 4pm 7:30pm
June 22nd B Nigeria VsSouth Korea Durban 8:30pm 12pm
June 22nd B Greece Vs. Argentina Polokwane 8:30pm 12pm
June 23rd C Slovenia Vs. England Port Elizabeth 4pm 7:30pm
June 23rd C USA Vs. Algeria Pretoria 4pm 7:30pm
June 23rd D Ghana Vs. Germany Johannesburg (Soccer City) 8:30pm 12pm
June 23rd D Australia VsSerbia Nelspruit 8:30pm 12pm
June 24th F Slovakia Vs. Italy Johannesburg (Ellis Park) 4pm 7:30pm
June 24th F Paraguay Vs. New Zealand Polokwane 4pm 7:30pm
June 24th E Denmark Vs. Japan Rustenburg 8:30pm 12pm
June 24th E Cameroon Vs. Netherlands Cape Town 8:30pm 12pm
June 25th G Portugal Vs. Brazil Durban 4pm 7:30pm
June 25th G North Korea Vs. Côte d’Ivoire Nelspruit 4pm 7:30pm
June 25th H Chile VsSpain Pretoria 8:30pm 12pm
June 25th H Switzerland Vs. Honduras Bloemfontein 8:30pm 12pm

World Cup Football Round of 16 schedules in Indian Timings:

Date Time Local Time India Venue Team Vs Team
26 June 16:00 7:30pm Port Elizabeth Uruguay Vs South Korea
26 June 20:30 12:00pm Rustenburg USA Vs Ghana
27 June 16:00 7:30pm Bloemfontein Germany Vs England
27 June 20:30 12:00pm Johannesburg Argentina Vs Mexico
28 June 16:00 7:30pm Durban Netherlands Vs Slovakia
28 June 20:30 12:00pm Johannesburg Brazil Vs Chile
29 June 16:00 7:30pm Pretoria Paraguay Vs Japan
29 June 20:30 12:00pm Cape town Spain Vs Portugal

Quarter Final

Date Time Local Time India Venue Team Vs Team
02 July 16:00 7:30 pm Port Elizabeth Netherlands Vs Brazil
02 July 20:30 12:00pm Johannesburg Uruguay Vs Ghana
03 July 16:00 7:30pm Cape town Argentina Vs Germany
03 July 20:30 12:00pm Johannesburg Paraguay Vs Spain

Semi Final

Date Time Local Time India Venue Team Vs Team
06 July 20:30 12:00pm Cape town Uruguay Vs Netherlands
07 July 20:30 12:00pm Durban Germany Vs

Third Place

Date Time Local Time India Venue Team Vs Team
10 July 20:30 12:00pm Port Elizabeth Vs


Date Time Local Time India Venue Team Vs Team
11 July 20:30 12:00pm Johannesburg Vs

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Worst Plane Crashes

May 22,2010- Air India Express Flight 812 a Boeing 737, crashes at Mangalore International Airport after overshooting the runway with 160 passengers and 6 crew members on board. A total of 158 people are killed with just 8 survivors.In the past several similar plane crashes had been happened.

These are some of the most fatal plane crashes in the history.

1. March 27,1977  – KLM Flight 4805 and Pan Am Flight 1736, both Boeing 747s, collide on the runway in the Tenerife disaster (Los Rodeos Airport) Tenerife Canary Islands; 583 of 644 people on board both aircraft are killed in the worst accident in the history of commercial aviation.

2. August 12, 1985 – Japan Air Lines Flight 123, a Boeing 747, crashes into Mount Osutaka after catastrophic failure of the tailplane severs all hydraulic lines and renders the aircraft uncontrollable. 520 of 524 people on board are killed. To date, it is the worst single-aircraft disaster in history.

3.November 12,1996-The 1996  mid-air collision occurred on 12 November 1996 when Saudi Arabian Airlines Flight 763 (SVA 763), a Boeing 747-168B en route from New Delhi, India, to Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, collided in mid-air with Kazakhstan Airlines Flight 1907 (KZK 1907), an Ilyushin Il-76 en route from Shymkent, Kazakhstan to New Delhi, over the village of Charkhi Dadri, Haryana, India. All 349 people on board both flights were killed.

4. March 3, –1974  Turkish Airlines Flight 981, a DC-10, crashes in the Ermenonville forest near Senlis, France after the rear underfloor cargo door opens during flight; all 346 on board die.

5.June 23 ,1985– Air India Flight 182, a Boeing 747, is bombed by Sikh extremists. It crashes into the ocean near Ireland, killing all 329 people on board.

6.August 19,1980– Saudia Flight 163 lands at King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia when a fire breaks out on board; the evacuation of the plane is delayed and all 301 on board die.

7.January 8,1996 – An overloaded Air Africa Antonov An-32 aborts takeoff and overruns into a market in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo, killing 297.

8.July 3,1988 – Iran Air Flight 655, an Airbus A300, is shot down over Iranian waters by the missile cruiser USS Vincennes; all 290 people on board are killed.

9.May 25,1979 – American Airlines Flight 191, a McDonnell-Douglas DC-10, crashes on takeoff from O’Hare International Airport after an engine falls off, killing all 271 on board and 2 on the ground; prior to the September 11, 2001 attacks, this was the deadliest airliner occurrence in American history, and it remains the worst single-aircraft airliner accident on US soil.

10.December 21,1988 – Pan Am Flight 103, a Boeing 747, disintegrates in the air over Lockerbie, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland after a terrorist bomb explodes on board. All 259 people on board and 11 on the ground are killed. The incident is also known as the Lockerbie air disaster.

11.September 1,1983 – Korean Air Lines Flight 007, a Boeing 747, is shot down by Soviet fighter planes near Sakhalin and Moneron Island after straying into Soviet airspace; all 269 people on board are killed.

12.April 26, 1994 –China Airlines Flight 140, an Airbus A300, crashes while landing at Nagoya, Japan as a result of pilot error. 264 people of the 271 on board die.

13.July 11,1991 – Nigeria Airways Flight 2120, a Nationair DC-8-61 chartered by Nigeria Airways to transport Nigerian pilgrims to Mecca, crashes shortly after takeoff from Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, because of a fire caused by tire failure. All 261 on board die, including 14 Canadian crew members.

14. November 12, 2001– American Airlines Flight 587, an Airbus A300, crashes into a Queens neighborhood in New York City when the plane’s vertical tail fin snaps just after takeoff. All 251 passengers and nine crew members on board are killed as well as five people on the ground.

15.November 28,1979 – Air New Zealand Flight 901, a McDonnell-Douglas DC-10, hits high terrain on Mount Erebus, Antarctica during a sightseeing flight, killing all 257 people on board; becomes known as Mount Erebus Disaster.

16.December 12,1985 – Arrow Air Flight 1285, a Douglas DC-8, crashes after takeoff in Gander, Newfoundland, killing all 256 passengers and crew on board, making it currently the worst air disaster to occur in Canada; the cause is determined to be a stall most likely caused by wing icing.

17.September 26, 1997– Garuda Indonesia Flight 152, an Airbus A300, crashes into a mountain near Buah Nabar, Indonesia killing all 234 on board.

18.July 17,1996 – TWA Flight 800, a Boeing 747, explodes in mid-air above the ocean off East Moriches, New York, killing all 230 people on board.

19.September 2,1998 – Swissair Flight 111, a McDonnell Douglas MD-11, crashes into the sea near Halifax, Nova Scotia in Canada, because of an on-board fire. All 229 people on board perish.[1]

20. June 1,2009– Air France Flight 447, an Airbus A330-200 flying from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil to Paris, France, crashes in the Atlantic Ocean killing all 228 occupants, including 12 crew; bodies and aircraft debris are not recovered until several days later.

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