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Posted on July 13th, 2016 by Prem (1) Comment
India will be fielding it’s largest-ever contingent with more than 100 names having qualified for the Rio Olympics 2016. This is a marked improvement compared to 56 athletes that competed eight years ago at the 2008 Beijing Games. India will be aiming at securing a double digit medal tally this time. The Olympic games arescheduled to start from August 5th 2016 at Rio, Brazil.
Inderjeet Singh (Shot Put)
Vikas Gowda (Discus Throw)
Irfan Kolothum Thodi (Men’s 20 km walk)
Manish Singh Rawat (Men’s 50 km walk)
Nitender Singh Rawat
Thonakal Gopi and Kheta Ram (Marathon)
Muhammad Anas (Men’s 400m race)
Ankit Sharma (Long Jump)
Seema Antil (Discus Throw)
Manpreet Kaur (Shot put)
Lalita Babar (3000m steeplechase)
Tintu Luka (Women’s 800m event)
Kavita Raut (Women’s marathon)
Sudha Singh, OP Jaisha (Marathon)
Khushbir Kaur (20km walk)
Sapna Punia (20km walk)
Dutee Chand (Women’s 100m race)
Srabani Nanda (Women’s 200m event)
Manu Attri-Sumeet Reddy (men’s doubles)
Jwala Gutta-Ashwini Ponnappa (women’s doubles)
Shiva Thapa (56 kgs Bantamweight category)
Manoj Kumar (64 kgs)
Vikas Krishan (75kgs)
Men’s Hockey team lead by Srijesh
Women’s Hockey team lead by Ritu Rani
Jeetu Rai (50m Air Pistol)
Gagan Narang (10m Air rifle)
Abhinav Bindra (10m Air rifle)
Gurpreet Singh (26m Rapid fire pistol)
Prakash Nanjappa (50m pistol)
Chain Singh (50m Rifle Positions)
Mairaj Ahmed Khan (Shotgun)
Manvanjit Singh Sandhu
Kynan Chenai (Trap Shooting)
Heena Sidhu (10m Air Pistol)
Ayonika Paul (10m Air Rifle)
Apurvi Chandela (10m Air Rifle)
Achanta Sharath Kamal
Leander Paes and Rohan Bopanna (Men’s Doubles)
Sania Mirza and Rohan Bopanna (Mixed Doubles)
Sania Mirza and Prarthana Thombare (Women’s Doubles)
Sivalingam Sathish Kumar (Men’s 77kg category)
Saikhom Mirabai Chanu (Women’s 48kg category)
Narsingh Yadav (74 kg weight category)
Yogeshwar Dutt (65 kg Free style category)
Hardeep Singh (96 kg Greco-Roman category)
Sandeep Tomar (57 kg category)
Ravinder Khatri (85 kg category)
Babita Kumari (53 kg category)
Vinesh Phogat (48 kg category)
Sakshi Malik (58 kg category)
Posted on March 18th, 2016 by Prem (3) Comments
Your name is your identity on Earth. It brings you glory in your life. Here are some of the most glorified Indian names are,
Mohandas – The name means “servant of Mohana”, a Hindu God. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, popularly known as Mahatma Gandhi is the finest bearer of this name who served his country till death.
Narendra – This name means “lord of men”. One of the mightiest personalities of India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi can be truly related with the meaning of his name.
Amitabh – It signifies “immeasurable splendour”. The famous bearer of this name is Amitabh Bachchan who’s brought splendour to the Indian cinema.
Sachin – It’s another name for Lord Shiva. One of the legendary Indian cricketers Sachin Tendulkar signifies purity through his name.
Aishwarya – It means wealth and signifies prosperity. Aishwarya Rai is one of the famous Indian celebrities, who have brought glory to her name.
Sourav – Sourav means the “fragrance”. The famous Indian Cricketer, Sourav Ganguly is a true example of spreading the fragrance of his talent all across the globe.
Arvind – Arvind means “Lotus” is Sanskrit. Lotus signifies its beauty against the dirty background. Similarly, Arvind Kejriwal who’s the Chief Minister of Delhi is considered to be reformer of dirty politics.
Atal – It means “adamant”. It signifies a strong character who won’t give up easily. The famous bearer of this name is Atal Bihari Vajpayee who never gave up his ambition till he succeeded.
Susmita – This name defines “beautiful smile”. The world renowned beauty pageant and actress, Susmita Sen bears this name with her evergreen smile.
Indira – It means “beauty” in Sanskrit and is a beautiful name for Indian women. Its popularity rose with India’s first and the only female Prime Minister, Indira Gandhi.
Subhash – This name means “eloquent” which signifies fluency in speech. The famous bearer of this name is Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose who made thousand of Indians stand against the British Rule with his influential words.
Kiran – Sanskrit defines this name as “beam of light”. The glorified bearer of this name is India’s first female IPL officer, Kiran Bedi.
Dhyan – This means “meditation”. You can relate to this extreme level of contemplation with the greatest Hockey Wizard of India, Dhyan Chand.
Rajendra – Rajendra means “lord of kings” which signifies Power. Rajendra Prasad was the first president of India and justified his name with an exceptional rule.
Abdul – Abdul means “servant of god”. The world’s extremely glorified personality bearing this name is A.P.J. Abdul kalam, the 11th Indian President who was not just educated but served his duties selflessly till he died.
Most of the famous personalities have a name that describes their achievements. Thus, your name will be your definition and it’s up to you to glorify its meaning to the world.
Posted on March 19th, 2014 by Prem (2) Comments
If you’ve recently given birth to a beautiful angel but are facing critical issues to putting the baby to sleep then you might want to consider a few remedies.
Infants are generally very cranky in the night especially if they’ve not had a night’s rest! This can bring about a lot of problem for young parents who are generally tired out after a day’s work at office. If your baby isn’t getting enough rest and continues to cry during the night then there must be a plausible reason for this. Generally most infants suffer from sleeping disorders due to inadequate milk or because of diaper rash. Irrespective of the condition you must be ready to put your baby to sleep ensuring that they receive every kind of nourishment and comfort beforehand. Your baby will probably cause tantrums for many reasons so you should understand the reason behind it first.
Things to Consider
Research says that babies have a higher rate of maturing during a sound sleep. If your baby doesn’t get enough sleep then it can seriously impair eyes and lead to health problems in the future. For a safe and sound sleep, you can provide certain amenities to your baby. The cot is the most important asset for taking care of your baby. It must be comfortable and should have a bed that shouldn’t be too soft or too hard. Baby sleep sacks are one of the ideal solutions to solving night tantrums since it is safe. Baby sleep sacks are fabricated to offer the right temperature for the baby to sleep in peacefully. This is a must-have in the crib.
Always make sure that your baby doesn’t sleep with clothes that are damp. Regularly changing diapers is important to avoid diaper rash which can offer great discomfort to the infant during sleep. You cannot expect your baby to sleep peacefully with a wet bed and wake up to continuous itching since it only offers to make them crankier. Cleaning your baby’s body and drying appropriately using a soft towel are just basics you must follow. Moisturizing the region that suffers from rashes is important to properly remove moisture. Dry clothes before sleeping and a new diaper must be used for the baby so as to prevent diaper rash.
Another important way to reduce night tantrums is by spending time with your baby. Young parents must understand that your baby requires security. The moment your child feels scared or insecure they’re bound to create havoc during the night. You should put your baby off to sleep with a lullaby which is the best form of giving your child a sound sleep. Sometimes recording the lullaby and playing it throughout the night can also give your child peace of mind. Ensure that your baby obtains regular supply of milk whether or not you’re breastfeeding. Insufficient quantity of food can often cause the baby to wake up in the night.