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This crow is either very lucky or very brave. He doesn’t seem to have any seem natural self preservation instincts. His pal is not all that friendly. In fact, it is a bird of prey. He is lucky he wasn’t lunch while he was looking for his lunch.






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Who is Great??? Sachin with 100 Centuries or Man with 100 Children :)

Indian man has 39 wives, nearly 100 children PDF Print E-mail
Who is Great??? Sachin with 100 Centuries or Man with 100 Children :) Infact Both are Indians..... !!!!


GUWAHATI, India - The more, the merrier is certainly true for Ziona Chana, a 66-year-old man in India's remote northeast who has 39 wives, 94 children and 33 grandchildren -- and wouldn't mind having more.


(His wives)
They all live in a four storied building with 100 rooms in a mountainous village in Mizoram state, sharing borders with Myanmar and Bangladesh, media reports said.
"I once married 10 women in one year," he was quoted as saying.

(His childrens and grand childrens)
His wives share a dormitory near Ziona's private bedroom and locals said he likes to have seven or eight of them by his side at all times.
The sons and their wives, and all their children, live in different rooms in the same building, but share a common kitchen.

(The house where his whole family lives)
The wives take turns cooking, while his daughters clean the house and do washing. The men do outdoor jobs like farming and taking care of livestock.
The family, all 167 of them, consumes around 91 kg (200 pounds) of rice and more than 59 kg (130 pounds) of potatoes a day. They are supported by their own resources and occasional donations from followers.
"Even today, I am ready to expand my family and willing to go to any extent to marry," Ziona said.
"I have so many people to care (for) and look after, and I consider myself a lucky man."
Ziona met his oldest wife, who is three years older than he is, when he was 17.
He heads a local Christian religious sect, called the "Chana," which allows polygamy. Formed in June 1942, the sect believes it will soon be ruling the world with Christ and has a membership of around 400 families.

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Powerful Solar Storm Reported to be on 2013

Every few decades, though, the sun experiences a particularly large storm. These can release as much energy as 1 billion hydrogen bombs.


 The threat of solar storms that could wreak havoc on the world's electronic systems must be taken more seriously, the UK government's chief scientist has warned. A severe solar storm could damage satellites and power grids around the world, he said, leading to a "global Katrina" costing the world's economies as much as $2tn (£1.2tn).
"This issue of space weather has got to be taken seriously," said John Beddington, the UK government's chief scientific adviser, speaking at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) in Washington DC. "We've had a relatively quiet [period] in space weather and we can expect that quiet period to end. Over the same time, over that period, the potential vulnerability
of our systems has increased dramatically. Whether it's the smart grid in our electricity systems or the ubiquitous use of GPS in just about everything these days."




"It's reasonable to expect there will be more [solar storm] events," said Jane Lubchenco, administrator of the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. "The watchwords are predict and prepare."
The sun's activity goes up and down on a roughly 11-year cycle, and the next period of maximum activity is expected in 2013.
A solar storm starts with a solar flare that is accompanied by a burst of electromagnetic radiation that, when it arrives at Earth, ionises the outer atmosphere. On the ground, we would be safe but GPS satellites and others would be affected.
"GPS is a critical part of almost everything we do," said Thomas Bogdan, director of the Space Weather Prediction Centre in Colorado. "The ubiquitous need for an uninterrupted power supply, satellite-delivered services – every time you go to a gas station and purchase a gallon of gas with your credit card, that's a satellite transaction taking place – and, of course, aviation and communications. We have made our lives increasingly dependent on these things, but each of them carries vulnerabilities to space weather with them."
Around 10-20 minutes after the initial flare would come a burst of energetic protons. "Now at risk would be satellites at geostationary orbit – if they do not have sufficient shielding around their sensitive electronics, they could be subject to problems with the internal computational activities," said Bogdan.


Around 10-30 hours later, a "coronal mass ejection" would hit the Earth's magnetosphere and cause electric currents to surge along oil pipelines and high-tension electricity lines. This could cause blackouts such as the one that occurred in Quebec in 1989. Around large parts of the world, people would see a lightshow in the sky similar to the aurora borealis.
Lubchenco said last week's solar flare illustrated the importance of paying close attention to solar weather. "That was the strongest solar flare in four years," she said. "As a consequence, airlines rerouted flights from polar regions in anticipation of the possibility that their radio communications would not be operational. That resulted in individuals being bumped from those flights, increased cost to the airlines because of longer routes and more use of fuel."
Bogdan said the time it takes for the worst aspects of a solar storm to travel between the sun to Earth gives authorities a window of opportunity to get ready for the coming electromagnetic disturbances. Power companies could prepare by hardening transformers at substations and installing capacitors to soak up current surges.
The most severe solar storm on record occurred in 1859, but there was little electric infrastructure in place around the world at the time. The storm did send currents running along the newly built telegraph systems, however. "They were so strong that the operators of the telegraphs could disconnect their batteries and still start sending messages," said Bogdan.

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Significance of 108 in Hindu Mythology....

As per Indian religion, Indian culture has a very special significance of the Number 108.

What does this number represent, and why is it so important?

1) In one minute, we breathe in approximately 15 times, in 1 hour 900 times, And in 12 hours 10800 times, and in a day 10800 x times 2. A day consists Of 24 hours, and if we set aside half the day for our day to day routines,
Then one can spend 12 hours for recitation of ones' idol. Therefore, the Maximmum number of times that one can recite a "mantra", or perform "Jap" are 10800. If one wants to obtain 100% benefit of its jap, then performing Jap 108 times will give one the benefit of 100%. That's why in a "Mala," (rosary, tasbi), there are 108 beads. It is written in Vedas, that 1 Jap corresponds to 1 mala (which has 108 beads), therefore performing jap of 108 malas will Result in 100% benefit.

2) Astronomically, there are 27 constillations in our galaxy, and each one them Has 4 directions, and 27 x 4 = 108. In other words, the number 108 covers The whole galaxy.

3) According to Indian scriptures, letter 9 corresponds to Lord Brahma - the Creator of universe. Mathematically, the interesting property of 9 is
9x1 = 9
9 x 2 = 18 (8+1 = 9)
9 x 3 = 27 (7+2 = 9)
9 x 12 = 108 (1+0+8 = 9)
Harshad number: 108 is a Harshad number, which is an integer divisible by the sum of its digits (Harshad is from Sanskrit, means "great joy")
Desires: There are said to be 108 earthly desires in mortals.

Lies: There are said to be 108 lies that humans tell.

Delusions: There are said to be 108 human delusions or forms of ignorance.

Heart Chakra: The chakras are the intersections of energy lines, and there are said to be a total of 108 energy lines converging to form the heart chakra. One of them, Sushumna leads to the crown chakra, and is said to be the path to Self-realization.

Sanskrit alphabet: There are 54 letters in the Sanskrit alphabet. Each has masculine and feminine terms, Shiva and shakti. 54 times 2 is 108.

Pranayama: If one is able to be so calm in meditation as to have only 108 breaths in a day, enlightenment will come.

Upanishads: Some say there are 108 Upanishads, texts of the wisdom of the ancient sages.

Sri Yantra:

On the Sri Yantra there are marmas where three lines intersect, and there are 54 such intersections. Each intersections has masculine and feminine, Shiva and shakti qualities. 54 times 2 equals 108. Thus, there are 108 points that define the Sri Yantra as well as the human bones.

Pentagon: The angle formed by two adjacent lines in a pentagon equals 108 degrees.

Marmas: Marmas or marmasthanas are like energy intersections called chakras, except have fewer energy lines converging to form them. There are said to be 108 marmas in the subtle body.

Time: Some say there are 108 feelings, with 36 related to the past, 36 related to the present, and 36 related to the future.

8 extra beads: In doing a practice of counting the number of repetitions of the mala, 100 are counted as completed. The remaining are said to cover errors or omissions. The 8 are also said to be an offering to God and Guru.

Chemistry: Interestingly, there are about 115 elements known on the periodic table of the elements. Most of those, around or higher than the number 100 only exist in the laboratory, and some for only a thousandths of a second. The number that naturally exist on Earth is around 100.

Astrology: There are 12 constellations, and 9 arc segments called namshas or chandrakalas. 9 times 12 equals 108. Chandra is moon, and kalas are the divisions within a whole.

River Ganga: The sacred River Ganga spans a longitude of 12 degrees (79 to 91), and a latitude of 9 degrees (22 to 31) 12 times = 108.
Planets and Houses: In astrology, there are 12 houses and 9 planets. 12 times 9 equals 108.

Goddess' names: There are said to be 108 Indian goddess names.

Gopis of Krishna: In the Krishna tradition, there were said to be 108 gopis or maid servants of Krishna.

1, 0, and 8: Some say that 1 stands for God or higher Truth, 0 stands for emptiness or completeness in spiritual practice, and 8 stands for infinity or eternity.

Sun and Earth: The diameter of the Sun is 108 times the diameter of the Earth. The distance from the Sun to the Earth is 108 times the diameter of the Sun.

Moon and Earth: The average distance of the Moon from the Earth is 108 times the diameter of the Moon.

Silver and the moon: In astrology, the metal silver is said to represent the moon. The atomic weight of silver is 108.

Numerical scale: The 1 of 108, and the 8 of 108, when added together equals 9, which is the number of the numerical scale, i.e. 1, 2, 3 ... 10, etc., where 0 is not a number.

Meditations: Some say there are 108 styles of meditation.

Breath: Tantra estimates the average number of breaths per day at 21,600, of which 10,800 are solar energy, and 10,800 are lunar energy. Multiplying 108 by 100 is 10,800. Multiplying 2 x 10,800 equals 21,600.

Paths to God: Some suggest that there are 108 to God.

Smaller divisions: The number 108 is divided, such as in half, third, quarter, or twelfth, so that some malas have 54, 36, 27, or 9 beads.

Hinduism: 108 is said to refer to the number of Hindu deities. Some say that each of the deities has 108 names.

Islam: The number 108 is used in Islam to refer to God.

Jain: In the Jain religion, 108 are the combined virtues of five categories of holy ones, including 12, 8, 36, 25, and 27 virtues respectively.
Sikh: The Sikh tradition has a mala of 108 knots tied in a string of wool, rather than beads.

Buddhism: Some Buddhists carve 108 small Buddhas on a walnut for good luck. Some ring a bell 108 times to celebrate a new year. There are said to be 108 virtues to cultivate and 108 defilements to avoid.

Chinese: The Chinese Buddhists and Taoists use a 108 bead mala, which is called su-chu, and has three dividing beads, so the mala is divided into three parts of 36 each. Chinese astrology says that there are 108 sacred stars.

Stages of the soul: Said that Atman, the human soul or center goes through 108 stages on the journey.

Meru: This is a larger bead, not part of the 108. It is not tied in the sequence of the other beads. It is the guiding bead, the one that marks the beginning and end of the mala.

Dance: There are 108 forms of dance in the Indian traditions.

Praiseworthy souls: There are 108 qualities of praiseworthy soul

First man in space: The first manned space flight lasted 108 minutes, and was on April 12, 1961 by Yuri Gagarin, a Soviet cosmonaut.

4) In Hindu religion, number 9 is very important. Keeping the importance of
number 9, Rishi Vyas has created 9 Purans, 108 Maha Puran (Upnishads).
Mahabharat has 18 chapters, Geeta has 18 chapters, Bhagavat has 108000
Shloks (verses).The addition of digits of number 108 is 9, and number 9 is related with
Brahma, that's why 108 is very important, and came into lot of Indian
scriptures.

5) Indian Vedas treat the Sun as God, and Sun has 12 signs (Zodiac signs).
In Yajurved, Sun is related with Lord Brahma (the number 9), remember -
12 x 9 = 108; therefore for Gods' Prayer, the number 108 is very sacred.

6) According to Indian mythology,
there are 4 Yugs (eons):

Satyug - consists of 172,800 years (1+7+2+8 = 18 = (1+8 = 9)

TretaYug consists of 1,296,000 years (1+2+9+6 = 18 = (1+8 = 9)

DwaparYug consists of 864,000 years (8+4+6) = 18 = (1+8 = 9)

Kaliyug consists of 432,000 years (4+3+2) = 9

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Sir Vivian Richards

Sir Vivian Richards one of the greatest legend of all time has been in praise even after his retirement from the International Cricket games. he is one of the Windies Captain too and a handsome cricketer of his ages...







the above photo is the present day Sir Vivian richards :D and the following photos of memories the master blaster Sir Vivian Richards who plundered runs in the past and made the opposite teams to think what they were doin in the field... :D


Another Rare informaion about this Legend. he is the only player to attend Football and Cricket world cups alongside... hahaha....


He is such a great player who made the authorities of his country to keep his name to the cricket ground built in his home nation without making the authorioties to think for the names... below is the image of the ground in his name.

Even his nation released a stamp in the name of this legend with a portray of a king for his 50th birthday....



Surely he is legend na.... :)

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Yusuf Pathan's UNBEATEN 123

Yusuf Pathan What a great superstar for the Indian Cricket Player for the India . Yusuf Pathan is leading scorer for the Indian team today in the 4th ODI match agaisnt the New zealand. He was looking in good form agaisnt the New Zealand. He scored great 123 runs for just 93 balls . Watch the Video of his great century . All the highlights will be given here soon. He hit 7 fours and 7 Sixes in the match his for is good for the world cup 2011. Yusuf Pathan 123 Contribution of runs in the score of India team has great affect and India won the won the match in 48 Overs . He was the man Of the match in this match and he want to score more runs in this series.
Download the hightlights of yusuf's century
CLICK HERE :Yusuf_Pathan Century

 

A great innings from this player of India he was looking good in this match. He Want to get more runs his 123 runs are the winning runs for the Indian team agaisnt the New Zealand . His batting is much better then all the other batsman today He was trying hard to get good form. He was an Experience player for India now days. A great hitter with many great abilities of Batting and Bowling watch his 123 runs video given here soon.

Match Status and Video Highlights
New Zealand: 315/7 (50 ov)
India: 321/5 (48.5 ov)
India won by 5 wickets (with 7 balls remaining)
[Yusuf Pathan Scored a unbeaten 123 to win the 4th match for India against New Zealand, he single handedly guided them to win with this 123*]

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Virender sehwag - The Ferocious Blastive player after Sachin

If there is one batsman today that most bowlers fear about, the name has to be Virender Sehwag. The super performer of the Indian cricket team is hard to stop when on a song and is well known for merciless hitting all over the cricketing pitch.

Born on 20 October 1978, Sehwag affectionately known as Viru, the Nawab of Najafgarh, is an aggressive right-handed opening batsman who has made a big name for himself in the world of test, one day international, and twenty-twenty cricket formats.
Be it a Test match, a One-Day International or a Twenty20 Bash, he is the spectators’ delight, a sixomaniac who skies the ball whether he is on 0 or 99. Also he has the twenty-twenty vision to see the ball a fraction earlier than most batsmen. He hardly moves his feet as he jumps out and a sixer climbs the sky. Then he drives the ball effortlessly straight or through the covers.
Sehwag arrived on the Test scene with a characteristic flourish. In his debut he batted at number 6 and scored 105 adding 222 runs with his hero Tendulkar for the fifth wicket after India was at 4-68. This was against South Africa in the Bloemfontein Test of November 2001. But soon he emerged as his own man. In the 2004 Multan Test against Pakistan, as Tendulkar played a supporting role, Sehwag romped to 309, the first triple century by an Indian. And he brought it up with a six. Two Tests and three months ago in Melbourne, for five hours he fascinated the Boxing Day crowd of 62,600 by belting five sixes and 25 fours in his spectacular 195 he had been dismissed trying the same stroke five runs short of what would have been his first Test double-hundred. At Multan, Sehwag thrashed six sixes and 39 fours in his epic 309 off 375 balls.
After being such a talented cricketer, why does he still has to prove himself every time? Players like Dravid, VVS and Sachin are included in the team no matter even if they are out of form and he is shown the exit doors the day he loses his form. He was dropped in the first two Tests against Australia in the controversial 2007-08 series in Australia. But Anil Kumble picked him in the next two and he scored 151 in the final Adelaide Test. Australian spectators love his unorthodox batting as much as they cheer the elegant stroke-play of Tendulkar, Dravid and VVS.
His highest score is 319 at a strike-rate of 105 against South Africa in the March 2008 Chennai Test. It included five sixes and 42 fours. He had hammered 257 runs in a day.
The star batsman became the only Indian to be honored as the Wisden Leading Cricketer in the World in April 2009 for his performance in 2008 and subsequently becoming the first player of any nationality to retain the award for 2009.
He is an idol for any person who wants to be successful, for that matter in any field of career. So, his presence in the team makes the joy both sweet and sour as he can be helpful but can be destructive also.
Virender Sehwag has many records to his name.
  • The prolific run-scorer is credited with the fastest triple century in the history of international cricket (reached 300 off only 278 balls) and the highest score made by an Indian in test cricket (319).
  • Sehwag also holds the record for the fastest 250 in 207 balls against Sri Lanka on 3 December 2009 at the Brabourne stadium in Mumbai by any batsman. Sehwag is also credited for being the only Indian to score a triple century in test cricket, with 309 against Pakistan in the First Test in Multan.
  • If that was not enough, Virender Sehwag also holds the distinction of being one of four batsmen in the world of cricket to have ever surpassed 300 twice in test cricket and the exclusive one to score two triple centuries and take a five-wicket innings haul.
  • Most Test runs in a single day by an Indian. Sehwag made 257 in a day against SA in Chennai. He surpassed this in making 284 in a day against Sri Lanka.
  • Fastest century in ODI cricket by an Indian - 100 runs off 60 balls against New Zealand in 2009
  • Two consecutive double century partnerships in a Test innings. He achieved this record, for the first two wickets in Chennai on 27–28 March 2008 (with Wasim Jaffer and Rahul Dravid respectively). This was the first time in Test history that the first two wickets in an innings have resulted in double-century stands.
  • Sehwag took 134 Test innings to reach 7000 Test runs, becoming the second fastest to do so after Englishman Wally Hammond.
  • He holds the record for consecutive test hundreds converted to scores of 150+, at 11.

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Adam Gilchrist

A proven match winner and a sincere wicket keeper of his ages been inspired by many youths
for his sincerity and adamant batting style and honour for cricket. yes... he is none other than GILCHRIST - former Australian Wicket keeper for over a decade.

After all he is the true cricketer of his age and an inspiring quotient in the team for its opening strands... :)

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Jhonty Rhodes Defying Gravity

Cricket is a game that has much to do with statistics and averages, but one cannot judge Jonty Rhodes purely on those because he was worth far more than the story those numbers tell.
As a batsman he began his international career with some shortcomings in his technique, but managed to work those out to become a top-class international player. What is more, his selection introduced a new dimension to fielding, as he became generally recognised as the best fielder in the world, the inspiration for a South African team that set a world standard in the field.
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That is how Jonty Rhodes first came to the attention of the world: South Africa was facing Pakistan in March 1992 in the World Cup in a match played in Brisbane. The dangerous Inzamam ul-Haq was at the crease for Pakistan when he discovered just how good Rhodes is in the field.
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Rhodes broke onto the international scene during the 1992 World Cup, held in Australasia, when he effected a spectacular run out by diving at the stumps to snare the wicket of Pakistani batsman Inzamam-ul-Haq. Until his retirement in 2004, he was viewed by many as the world's premier fieldsman, particularly when fielding in the cover point and backward point positions.

The dive that astounded the cricketing world
The dive that astounded the cricketing world
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Jonty Rhodes
Jonty Rhodes
Jonty Rhodes

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