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people are now being identified by their 12 digit
unique-identification number. It is assigned to Indians based on
their biometric and dem...
In India, people are now being identified by their 12 digit unique-identification number. It is assigned to Indians based on their biometric and demographic data. This data is collected by Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) which was established on 12th July 2016. Apart from Financial delivery, subsidies and benefits of services this biometric system have become an essential part, especially when it comes to authentication of documents of any individual.
Aadhar is now the worlds largest biometric ID system with over 1.171 billion enrolled members as of 15 Aug 2017. Also as of this date, over 99% of Indians aged 18 and above have been enrolled in Aadhar. It is has been considered as the most sophisticated ID program in the world by World Bank Chief Economists.
Recently three youngsters with some intellectual and developmental disabilities, were reunited with their parents, after they got separated from their families some years ago. All thanks to Aadhar enrollment drive. As per the news, they were identified during an Aadhar enrollment drive at orphanages held by UIDAI regional office in Bangalore. These children were brought to state-run orphanage. They were enrolled for Aadhar last month which was rejected as duplicate. UIDAI officials found out that the biometrics already existed and their origins were found. Several other children could find their lost families.
Aadhar card has some of the very important benefits. Among which is the Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana(PMJDY). It only accepts Aadhar number as the document, which is sufficient to open the bank account. Benefits offered with PMJDY are RuPay card, free zero balance savings account, life and accident insurance and many others. Linking of Aadhar no. to your bank accounts became mandatory until last month, now it has become mandatory to link your Aadhar number to your PAN card.
Though there are several feasibility concerns regarding this scheme, a number of features makes the aadhar card a digital identity.
Sleep is a natural
recurring state of mind and body. There many of us, who hates the
morning sunshine when it comes to getting out of bed. I am often
Sleep is a natural recurring state of mind and body. There many of us, who hates the morning sunshine when it comes to getting out of bed. I am often scolded by my parents to get up early in the morning. Though it is beneficial to wake up early but it is also important to have a quality sleep. As it turns out, sleeping is important and beneficial to ones body. Minimum of 7hr and maximum of 8hr is recommended for healthy functioning of the body. Here are some of the health benefits of having a good quality sleep.
1)Not getting enough sleep is linked to fat: - Lack of sleep is one of the largest risk factors in obesity. Adults who dont get enough sleep is more likely to be obese. Lack of sleep is directly linked to accumulation of fats.
2)Getting a right amount of sleep improves hormones: - Your stress hormones which is cortisol is lowered with the right amount of sleep. Over accumulation of this hormone result in poor skin quality, obesity, hair loss and a lot more. Better sleep has been shown to improve insulin sensitivity and testosterone level.
3)Good sleep improves immune system: - Better sleep helps in fighting off being sick. People who often sleep less than 7hr are more likely to get sick than those who sleep more than 7hr.
4)Sleeping improves learning: - Those who sleep immediately after learning something tends to learn quicker than those who dont. This is why learning before bed time tends to be a good idea.
5)Good sleep lowers the level of depression: - Bad sleep develops the risk of depression. Conversely patients with depression suffers from some form of sleeping disorder. Having a right amount of sleep improves mood and temperament.
6)People who sleep more, eat less: - When you dont get enough sleep the fluctuation of hormones cause greater cravings. With lack of sleep it becomes almost impossible to have a control on bad diet.
7)Sleep helps with empathizing with other: - A good quality sleep helps with better understanding of social ques. It is found out that those who are sleep deprived lose the ability to properly recognize expression of emotions in others.
8)Sleep boosts athletic performance: - A better rest at night improves players reaction time, speed and accuracy. It also improves reflexes in athletics and boosts energy in them.
Testosterone is a primary male sex
hormone. Apart from giving secondary sexual characters it is
responsible for muscle growth, body hair, bone density and
Testosterone is a primary male sex hormone. Apart from giving secondary sexual characters it is responsible for muscle growth, body hair, bone density and strength. Testosterone plays a key role in sex drive. In addition, testosterone is involved in health and well-being. Body produces testosterone naturally. An unhealthy lifestyle and old age can result in low production of testosterone. Insufficient levels of this hormone result in loss of muscle mass, bone density fatigue and low sex drive. Thus it is important to maintain testosterone levels in body. Here are some of the natural ways to do so-
1)Nutrition: - It is important to have proper nutrition when it comes to maintaining testosterone in your body. One should maintain a balance diet. There should be 3 ingredients in your diet Zinc, Vitamin D and Fats. Spinach, beans, flax seeds, garlic, eggs, brown rice etc. are rich in zinc. Sunlight is a good source of vitamin D. Apart from that, you can consume tuna, salmons, eggs and milk for vitamin D. Saturated fats are helpful in boosting testosterone. Egg yolk, chicken, coconut, cottage cheese and other dairy products are rich in saturated fats
2)Exercise: - Right type of exercise can have a dramatic effect on testosterone levels. Especially weight training. Higher the intensity of work out, higher is the production of testosterone. It is suggested that 45-60 min workout with minimum rest period of around 1-2 min is very beneficial.
3)Sleep: - One should have sound sleep. Here quantity doesnt matters but the quality does. Minimum sleep of around 7 to 8 hours is important. You need to maintain your sleep timings. Keep away the electronic gadgets at least half an hour before bed.
4)Reduce stress: - Stress level is directly proportional to the production of cortisol. Cortisol is another hormone produced in your body when you are stressed out. High cortisol levels results in disturbed sleep, unhealthy food cravings, body fat and weak immune system. In order to reduce stress you can choose yoga or meditation. You can go for a walk in the evening or do something which you really like.
5)Avoid these things: - In order to boost testosterone levels, you need to give up these things, or you can keep them in moderate levels. These things are alcohol, tobacco and processed sugar. It effects the body in such a way that, it inhibits the production of testosterone.
6)Lose weight: - Shedding weight to some level can boost your testosterone production. Overweight men are tend to have low testosterone level. If you follow up above suggestions you can optimize your body weight.
is prerequisite for any nation. A flag is kind of worship which
would be a sin to destroy. A flag says a lot about a country. A
A flag is prerequisite for any nation. A flag is kind of worship which would be a sin to destroy. A flag says a lot about a country. A flag is not just a symbol, but a way for a country to portray itself to the rest of the world. A flag is a symbol of free nation.
Our national flag was hoisted in different parts of the country and worldwide on the occasion of Independence Day. As we know, the Indian national flag is a horizontal tricolor of deep saffron at the top, white in the middle and dark green at the bottom in equal proportion. National flag of India went through various changes to arrive at what it is today. Pingali Venkayya is credited with the design of Indian national flag. Here is short history about our national flag and its designer.
He was a prolific writer and a great patriotic freedom fighter. He was born to Hanumantha Raidu and Venkat Ratnamma in Krishna district of Andhra Pradesh on 2nd of August 1876. He was enthusiastic and had a patriotic zeal. He even enlisted himself for the Boer war at the age of 19. There he met Mahatma Gandhi in Africa. He finished his primary education at Challapalli and school at the Hindu High School, Masulipatnam. Later he went to Colombo in Sri Lanka to finish his Senior Cambridge.
The year from 1921-1931 formed a significant movement in Pingali Venkayys life. During this time he approached Gandhi with the flag. His flag was made of red and green. Which represented the countrys 2 major community.
Gandhis approval was all he needed. Later it was hoisted at all Congress session Hansraj of Jallandar, suggesting the representation of the Charkha, symbolizing progress and the common man in 1931. On July 22, 1947 the Charkha was replaced by Dharma Chakra of Emperor Ashoka as the emblem of the flag but the colors and their significance remained the same. In the national flag, the Saffron color indicated the strength and courage of the country. The white middle band represents the peace and truth with Dharma Chakra. The last green band shows the fertility, growth and auspiciousness of the land.
Unfortunately Pingali Venkayya died on 4th July in 1963 in Vijayawada district of Andhra Pradesh. His dedication and patriotism led him a recommendation to the highest civilian award in India The Bharat Ratna on 18th November 2012, by the govt of Andhra Pradesh.
He was a legend who deserves salute with all the respect.
This year India marks its 71st independence day on 15th of
August. Independence Day is celebrated every year in a form of
This year India marks its 71st independence day on 15th of August. Independence Day is celebrated every year in a form of national holiday, paying tribute to the nations independence from United Kingdom on 15th August 1947. On this day UK parliament passed the Indian Independence Act 1947 transferring legislative sovereignty to Indian Constituent Assembly. On 15th August 1947, the Prime Minister, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru hoisted Indian National flag above the Lahori Gate of the Red Fort in Delhi.
From that day onwards, holiday is observed all over the India with flag-hoisting ceremonies, parades and cultural events. No official work is done.
This year Independence Day was celebrated with great pomp and glory. The Prime Minister hoisted the tricolor from the Red Fort. He addressed the nation from the stockades of the historic Red Fort which was witnessed by millions of people via TV, while ministers and leaders were present at the venue. After his speech, PM Modi mingled with school children who had come to take part in the event. President Ram Nath Kovind payed homage to soldiers at Amar Jawan Jyoti along with Army, Navy and Indian Air Force Chief respectively on the occasion of 71st Independence Day. Across the borders Indian soldiers exchanged sweets and greetings. In other parts of the country girls wore tricolor bangles prior to take part in Independence Day celebration. Soaked in patriotism some people showcased their body parts painted with the Indian national flag, while others waved the flag and marched a rally across the streets.
Indians across the globe also celebrated the Independence Day with fervor. Indians in countries like US, China, Australia and Japan celebrated the day by hoisting the national flag and singing patriotic songs. A large no. of Indians attended the celebration at the embassy in Beijing. In Australia, Indian diaspora celebrated the special occasion by attending flag hoisting ceremonies held at Indian High Commission across the country. There was an Incredible India photo contest organized by Indian embassy in Japan in association with India Tourism Office and Air India. The Empire State Building in New York was seen lighted up with the Indian Flag. Americans joined Indians and people of Indian-origin in various cities by rendering Indias national anthem and short speeches on India-US relationship.