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54 Cows donated to 5 villages of Gangotri ghat as Uttarakhand administration did’nt come to their rescue

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Amma Parmanand donating 54 cows to the poor and hapless villagers of Gangotri Ghat, Uttarkashi, Garhwal, Uttarakhand
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A prominent social welfare organisation Purn Vidhya Sansthan has donated fifty four cows to the villagers of five villages of Upla Taknaur area in Uttarkashi district of Garhwal, Uttarakhand.

In view of the incessant snow and extremely chilling cold weather for continuously two months, the cows n other pets were unable to come out in the open resulting in their unfortunate deaths.

As a result the owners of these cows n buffaloes have to suffer immense financial loss n their survival is at stake. These pet animals were their main source of income on which the survival of these villagers n their families depend.

The chief of the Purn Vidhya Sansthan, Uttarkashi Parmanand Amma who was immensely moved by the aweful financial condition of these villagers, took a unique initiative of donating them 54 cows so as to enable them earn their living by selling their milk.

Parmanand Amma today under the aiges of Netala Tapasya Ashram donated 54 cows to the hapless poor villagers of Jaspur, Purali, Jhaala, and Sukhi Mukhba in Uttarkashi district.

In view of the incessant snowfall n rains for continuous two months in Gangotri valley, from where emanate several rivers, the inhabitants of several villages of this valley had to confront huge losses, financially n otherwise especially after their entire crops were fully damage due to excessive snow fall.

The local administration n the incumbent government has literally done nothing to come to their rescue n compensate them financially for the huge losses.

The Uttarkashi administration did nothing to save the lives of the pet animals which is really shocking and highly uncalled for.

Several political n social dignitories were present during this cow donation event. Prominent amongst those present were : Gopal Rawat( MLA Gangotri) as chief guest, Harish Nautiyal, Rajesh Semwal, Mohan Singh Rana, Sunil Chandra Negi, Ram Nautiyal, Dharmanand Semwal, Kameshwar, Dayanand Dabral, Manju Rana, Parvati Ramola, Hemlata n Pushpa Chouhan.

Praising the philanthropic efforts of Parma Nand Amma, Gangotri MLA Gopal Rawat said that Cow, Blood, Daughter donation are the pivotal part of Uttarakhand’s culture n tradition n everybody should follow suit as well.

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Sunil Negi hails from Uttarakhand and is a veteran journalist and author. He is a prolific writer and has carved a name for himself in the media world. He received the 'Golden Achiever Award' in the '90th AIAC Excellence Awards 2019' for his book ''Havoc in Heaven'' based on the tragedy that struck Uttarakhand in which thousands of people lost their lives. He is also the President of Uttarakhand Journalists Forum and majorly writes on Politics, Current Affairs, and Social Issues.



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Let’s have some flower fun on denim!!!

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Embroidery on denim is a stylish yet funky fashion. Though it began a few years ago, it’s still in fashion and always offers a trendy look with super fun. Since many don’t have an embroidery machine, so it becomes tough to design some embroidery on jeans by yourself. For this, we have an excellent idea. Just grab a vintage silk embroidered fabric and carefully cut out the floral embroidered designs and then stitch them onto your jeans manually.

Here’s what you need:

1. A pair of jeans which should not be stretchable denim!
2. Any fabric with pretty embroidery of your choice on it or patches.
3. Scissors, needle and matching thread.

Here how to proceed:

Carefully cut out the embroidered patches and leave about a little fabric around the edges. Make sure not to cut into the embroidery or it will loosen.

Place the patches on the jeans and decide where exactly you want your embroidery to be fixed. Then, carefully pin the embroidery piece in place.
Now begin with stitching, run the needle/thread around the edges with a hemstitch and make sure to run it through the sides or the edges of the embroidery, so that the thread loops will keep it in place.

And there you have your trendy pair of denim…

Happy DIY!! 

 

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Let’s add yummy elements to make Brown Rice taste better

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Brown rice is considered as the healthier substitute to white rice as its outer layer known as the hull is removed while processing. Therefore, white rice or refined rice may score higher in terms of taste and flavor but is a lack of essential nutrients. Brown rice is rich in fiber content, consuming in small portions of it make you feel fuller, thus helping in weight loss.

Here’s presenting a brown rice recipe to motivate you to adopt healthy food habit.

Mutton Khichda

Mutton khichda is a traditional Mohammedan recipe made from rice, mutton, lentils, and other spices.
Ingredients needed: 500 gms wheat (cracked and cooked tender), one cup rice, one cup channa dal, one cup split arhar/tur daal, one cup sabut masoor dal, one cup dhuli moong dal, One kg mutton, one cup oil, five cloves, five peppercorns, one tsp cumin, one tsp cinnamon (broken), one cup onions chopped, four tsp chili powder, two tbsp coriander powder, one tsp garam masala, two Tbsp ginger-green chili-coriander leaves paste and salt to taste.
For garnishing: fried onions (brown and crisp), ginger julienne, mint leaves, and green chilies
Let’s cook:
1. Mix all the dals and rice then add 3 cups of water and salt. Cook all till it becomes tender.
2. Heat oil, add cinnamon, peppercorns, cloves, cumin, and saute till they change color a bit.
3. Then add chopped onions, mutton along with chili powder, coriander powder, garam masala, salt, and the green paste.
4. Keep stir-frying till meat turns opaque, then transfer it in a pressure cooker and cook until the meat is tender.
5. Then mix the meat along with cooked wheat and dal mixture and then simmer for 2 to 3 minutes.
6. Garnish with fried onions (brown and crisp), ginger julienne, mint leaves, and green chilies and serve.

Mushroom Brown Rice

Mushrooms are major flavor agent in this recipe also offers a protein-rich meal seasoned with mild salt and pepper.
Ingredients needed: one cup brown basmati rice (washed), 9 to 10 mushrooms (washed and sliced), one onion (chopped). Half cup butter (the amount is optional and butter can be replaced with 2 tbsp olive oil), one green capsicum, one tsp black pepper, salt to taste and two cups of water.
Let’s cook:
1. Wash the brown rice and keep it aside.
2. Slice the mushrooms, onions, and capsicum.
3. Take a pan and add butter/olive oil then add onions and saute until it becomes light pink.
4. Then add mushrooms and Saute until it becomes wilt and tender.
5. Now add the capsicum and Saute.
6. Add the pre-washed brown rice and saute for 5 to 7 minutes.
7. Then add salt and pepper along with 2 cups of water.
8. Cook for 15 minutes or till the rice gets cooked.

Chicken and Brown Rice

This is a hearty one-pot meal, perfect for weekend dinners.
Ingredients needed: two tablespoons olive oil, one whole cut-up chicken (2 to 3 pounds), skins removed, breasts halved crosswise (save wings for another use), coarse salt and ground pepper, one medium onion finely chopped, four cloves of garlic crushed, one cup long-grain brown rice, four plum tomatoes, diced, one jar (12 ounces) roasted red peppers drained and sliced into 1/2-inch strips, 10 ounces one frozen or fresh green peas, Lemon wedges for serving (optional)
Let’s cook:
1. Heat oil in a large skillet on medium flame and add chicken along with 1 teaspoon salt and 1/4 teaspoon pepper and cook for 10 minutes until it becomes golden on all sides. Then transfer to a plate.
2. Again add onion, garlic, 1 teaspoon salt, and 1/4 teaspoon pepper to skillet and stir frequently, until onion becomes translucent and soft for 3 to 5 minutes.
3. Then add rice, peppers, and tomatoes along with 1 and 1/4 cups of water; then place the chicken pieces in rice mixture. Bring to a boil and reduce the flame. Then cover it and simmer over medium-low flame until rice is cooked and tender, approximately for 55 to 60 minutes. If any liquid remains in skillet, then remove the lid and simmer till the liquid is evaporated.
4. Sprinkle peas into the skillet; cover with the lid and remove from flame.
5. Keep aside till the peas are heated through nearly about 10 minutes.
6. Serve with lemon wedges (optional).

Happy Meal !!!😊😊

 

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10 Best of Padma Shri Pankaj Udhas…

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Padma Shri Pankaj Udhas is one of best ghazal singers hailed from Gujrat, India. Blessed with a legendary voice, Pankaj Udhas has won millions of hearts in India and abroad as well. He began his journey to success with the release of ghazal album, Aahat in 1980. Subsequently, he recorded multiple hits such as Mukarar (1981), Tarrannum (1982) and Mehfil (1983). His other contributions include Pankaj Udhas Live at Royal Albert Hall (1984), Nayaab (1985) and Aafreen (1986). Latter to his success as a ghazal star, he was invited to by Mahesh Bhatt to appear and sing for the film Naam. Udhas reached to the peak of success after his super hit song “Chitthi Aayee Hai” in the film Naam in 1986.

One of the most loved ghazal singers, Pankaj Udhas has given us many of the best songs that still hold a special corner in our hearts. Here are 10 of his most soulful executions:

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Remember a young John Abraham in the Music Album…

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One of his 90s gem that reached millions of hearts …

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If you listen to his voice, you can feel the pure and eternal love…

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A perfect amalgamation of deep words and a legendary voice…

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Listening his ghazal are like Asking you to be yourself in his own beautiful way…

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Another soulful song that was quite a surprise for MTV India to play non-stop…

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Remember the beautiful video of young Sameera Reddy, based on O’Henry’s The Gift of the Magi?

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Listening to this ghazal feels like someone is singing only for you.

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Let’s not talk of love or chain and think we can’t untie…

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This one is probably the best song ever sung by Pankaj Udhas…

Hope this collection soothes your heart and soul!!

 

 

 

 

 

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Apex court directs Speaker not to compel rebel MLAs to participate in floor test

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The protracted political crisis in Karnataka has taken an interesting and curious turn after the supreme court of India has in its judgement today made it amply clear by giving a free hand to rebel Congress, JD( S) and independent lawmakers of the southern state to act according to their wishes. The apex court has stated that they are not legally bound to participate in the floor test.

The apex court also directed the Karnataka Vidhan Soudha Speaker who has a major and justifiable role to play in this entire crisis, to not compel the dissident lawmakers to participate in the floor test scheduled for Thursday in the Karnataka Vidhan Soudha.

However, the apex court also said that the speaker is free to take a decision on the resignation letters of dissident MLAs submitted to him earlier, thus extending their support to the BJP.

The lawyer appearing for the dissident lawmakers has unambiguously said and pleaded before the apex court judges hearing the vexed matter, that the rebels would not be present in the Vidhan Soudha on Thursday during the floor test giving a clear indication about the current ruling government of Congress JD ( S) combine is in definite danger and likely to fall a day after.

It may be recalled that the Karnataka Vidhan Soudha has a total of 224 lawmakers including the speaker.

112 seats are required to have a simple majority and form the government. Earlier the total strength of the ruling government was 116 and that included 78 Congress MLAs, 37 JD (S) MLAs and one of BSP MLA.

Now since 14 MLAs of Kumaraswamy government have rebelled and resigned, they will not be present on Thursday in the assembly during the floor test.

This will reduce the total MLA strength to 207 and therefore the majority needed to form the government will come down to 104 MLAs.

This unambiguously means that the government of Congress and JD(S) will get the support of 100 odd lawmakers. On the other hand, the opposition BJP has 105 MLAs’ of its own plus the outright support of two independents, which clearly and transparently indicates that the saffron party has a credible chance to form a government.

This predicts the fall of the Kumaraswamy government. What’s your take friends?

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Rajesh Khanna’s Aashirwad

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Tribute to Kaka on his 7th death anniversary 18th July
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Many people would not know that superstar of the millennium, the first superstar Rajesh Khanna aka Kaka purchased the sea-facing magnificent bungalow “Aashirwad”, from Rajendra Kumar, popularly known as Jubilee Kumar in the then Bombay Film Industry who gave 25 silver jubilees in a row while staying in “Dimple”,  the earlier name of Aashirwad , a gracious and spacious Bungalow in Bombay’s Carter Road, facing the the wide-open sea.

By instinct and nature Kaka was not an atheist but a sort of an orthodox who always believed in God, a supernatural power that always blessed him.

He would always tell his friends in the industry that there are several, more handsome men, more in height and personality in Bollywood, then how come he’d become a superstar loved and adored by millions of ardent fans globally?

He was skeptical and confused about himself and bore a sort of inferiority complex about him being a star and that was the prime reason that he believed in God. According to him, luck always favored him in his heydays as a superstar for at least two decades in a row.

It is said that when Kaka had first seen the spacious house of Rajendra Kumar at Carter Road, Mumbai’s prime location, he always wanted to have such a splendid house.

There was another hidden reason behind it i.e. it was owned by none other than Jubilee Kumar, the then superstar, and heartthrob of millions.

Kaka had a feeling that Rajendra Kumar became Jubilee Kumar, giving 25 hits in a row that became silver jubblies while staying in this Bungalow, then known as Dimple.  And as such it might be a lucky bungalow, absolutely. Therefore his desperate interest in “DIMPLE” git generated tremendously. But for Rajendra Kumar, it was unlucky bungalow as his downfall had started by then. He wanted to sell it as due to his decline at the box office his financial condition was in jeopardy…

Therefore when Rajendra Kumar was facing financial hardships, Rajesh Khanna got an opportunity to fix a deal.

Considering the Bungalow as a lucky one that made Rajendra Kumar Jubilee Kumar, Kaka wasted no time to purchase this house.

It was Hathi Mere Sathi’s, first heavy advance installment that helped Kaka to finalize the deal with Rajendra Kumar.

When the film producer of Hathi Mere Sathi from South approached Kaka to do his film, the latter wasn’t interested to work with animals. But he acted because he was in need of money to buy Rajendra Kumar’s house. Kaka had put a condition that if he was given half of the signing amount in advance, he would do the film. The producer readily agreed as Rajesh Khanna’s popularity those days was on its peak. Rajesh Khanna got Rs 6 lakhs in advance and bought Dimple and later named as Aashirwad.

And undoubtedly Aashirwad gave Kaka name, fame and excessive wealth, till his death.

Though Kaka also confronted the worst period of his life in this house but till Kaka’s unfortunate death it was always dear and the most adored asset of his life.

Rajesh Khanna’s last wish, though not declared officially, was to convert Aashirwad to Super Star Rajesh Khanna Museum. His most loved and adored prized possession was not destined to be so. His family against the latter’s heartiest wishes sold it after his demise. His fans say Kaka’s soul definitely must be haunting this house, which was abruptly and arbitrarily sold against his wishes.

Today there is a multistorey building in place of Aashirwad thus crushing his last hearty wish to turn it into Super Star Rajesh Khanna Museum; the magnificent bungalow which Kaka cherished the most.

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Sarovar Hotels Plans To Expand Its Reach Across India By The End Of 2019

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In order to expand its reach across the country, leading hospitality firm Sarovar Hotels has planned to add around 16 properties by the end of this year. With this expansion, the group will be adding 970 more rooms to its portfolio.

At present, the group is managing around 73 hotels in the country and three in the international arena with a total of 6000 rooms.

Speaking on the above expansion, Ajay Bakaya, Managing Director, Sarovar Hotels said, “We took this decision to strengthen our reach across India and that’s why we are opening around 16 new properties by the end of 2019,”

He further added that the upcoming properties will be developed under the brand name- Sarovar Premiere, Sarovar Portico, and Hometel Suites Brand. These properties will be located across various cities like Dehradun, Bengaluru, Dindi, Ahmedabad, Goa, Junagadh, Udaipur, Dahisar, Bodh Gaya, Jammu, Dibrugarh, and Morbi among others.

While most of the hotels will be under the Portico series, the one at Bodhgaya and another at Dahisar will be under Premiere series and Hometel Suites brand respectively.

“The hospitality sector has witnessed a huge jump and a sturdier growth in the last few years. The reason behind this is the increased use of advanced technology as well as huge domestic travel. India remains severely undersupplied in hotel rooms. We will see hospitality grow both by conventional and disrupter means” Bakaya added.

Sarovar Hotels and Resorts is one of the leading hotel management companies in India. The group has its leg in each and every segment of hotels ranging from tech-enabled spaces to modern designs, from affordable to boutique suites across the country. The group also deals in setting up of new hotels and resorts which are managed under long term management contracts.

Apart from India, the group has its properties in Zambia and Nairobi in Africa.

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Garh Ratn Narendra Singh Negi to be felicitated with prestigious Sangeet Natak Academy Award

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Garh Ratn Narendra Singh Negi, Malini Awasthi, Zakir Hussain and Sonal Man
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The most popular and highly adored legendary folk singer of Uttarakhand Narendra Singh Negi has been selected for the prestigious Sangeet Natak Academy Award for the year 2018. The award will be presented to him by the President of India Ram Nath Kovind in a function at Rashtrapati Bhawan.

This coveted award is being given to him for his unparalleled contribution to the Folk Songs of Uttarakhand category.
Eminent writer and art critic Diwan Singh Bajeli of Uttarakhand who is based out of Delhi has been chosen for this award in the category of Scholar.
Other prominent awardees from the different states of the country to be felicitated with this prestigious honour are Malini Awasthi for folk music from Uttar Pradesh, Ghazi Khan Barna for folk music from RAJASTHAN, Niranjan Raj Guru for folk music from Gujarat, Muhammed  Sadiq  Bhagat from Bandh Pathar, Jammu and Kashmir for Folk Theatre, Kota Sachidananda Shakti for Kathavachan, from Andhra Pradesh, Arjun Singh Dhruve for  folk dance from Madhya Pradesh, Somnath  Battu from Himachal Pradesh for folk music, Anupama Hoskere for string puppetry from Karnataka and Hem Chandra Goswami for mask making, Assam.
In addition to these awards, the Sangeet Natak Academy has also chosen eminent personalities from the fields of classical dance, Tabla vaadan and art and is bestowing the prestigious Sangeet Natak Fellowship Awards to eminent personalities viz.  Sonal Man Singh, Zaakir Hussain, Kota. Kalyanasundaram,  also known as Sangeet  Ratn Puruskaar.
The Sangeet Natak Academy and Fellowship Awards are conferred on 44 different eminent personalities in the field of Arts every year which includes different forms of music, dance, folk songs, theatre and traditional songs and music with the sole purpose of recognizing the regional and national talents and thus to encourage them to conserve our tradition, culture and heritage.
The Sangeet Natak Academy, New Delhi is popularly known as the National Academy for Music, Dance, and Drama in English.
It was established in the year 1952 after independence by the then education ministry inaugurated by the first Indian president Dr. Rajendra Prasad in a special ceremonial function at the Parliament house.
The basic aim and objective of the Academy are to promote music, theatre and dance in the country as well as in various states.
The selection body of the Academy consists of 48 members representing various states and cultures from the field of arts, theatre, writing, singing, drama and also includes academicians.
Conferment of this prestigious award by the President of India to the pride of Uttarakhand  (Gardh GAURAV) Narendra Singh Negi is a matter of immense pride and privilege for Uttarakhand and its people who adore and regard Negi as the flagbearer of Uttarakhand’s folk culture, songs and heritage.
Negi has since last 4 decades sung thousands of popular songs on various subjects. He is a lyricist and a melodious singer having won accolades all around.
His popularity amongst Uttarakhandies is massive, globally. How widely popular Uttarakhand’s eminent singer NARENDRA Singh Negi is can be gauged from the fact that when he was hospitalized for his cardiac surgery at Max hospital Haridwar, the number of followers, searching and praying for his well being superseded the prime minister’s following on Google search.
It must be remembered that Negi’s extremely popular and controversial song with political overtones titled NAUCHAMI NARENA was a super-duper hit. Millions of CDs of this song was sold globally that ultimately led to the fall of the ND Tiwari (Congress government) more than a decade ago. Even prestigious magazine India today had brought out a special story on the historic success of this song.
There had been repeated demands for considering his name for the prestigious Padma Shree award but the earlier state governments of Uttarakhand never exhibited that eagerness and wholeheartedness to honour this living legend of Uttarakhand.
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10 poems of Tagore that capture the beauty of true love

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Rabindranath Tagore is regarded as the greatest poet and writer in modern Indian literature. The Bengali poet was not only one of the greatest novelists and educators in India but also a Nobel Laureate for Literature (1913). In 1915, Tagore was awarded as the knighthood; however, he surrendered the award in 1919 in protest against the Jallianwala Bagh massacre, where British troops killed around 400 Indian activists.

Tagore experimented with many poetic forms in his writing but many of his works have lost in translations into other languages. Tagore was the first Indian to introduce psychological realism to his novels.

Here are some of the best Rabindranath Tagore Love Poems:
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“If you cry because the sun has gone out of your life, your tears will prevent you from seeing the stars.”
― Rabindranath Tagore

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PLASTIC BOTTLES: Let’s recycle, repurpose and reuse…

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Nearly 80% of the plastic bottles used and thrown every day become non-bio degradable litter that takes a huge toll on environmental health. Of course, it is more convenient to sip the drink straight from plastic bottles however the plastic litter accumulated from the same acts as toxic pollutants which cause water, land, and air pollution.

So, reusing and repurposing of plastic bottles is an excellent way to contribute to saving the environment from getting polluted. It is a surprising fun to repurpose, redesign and reuse the plastic bottles. Let’s check that below.

#1 Zipper Case for stationery items
Transform the old plastic bottles into sturdy and useful zipper cases that will help to organize the office stationeries or art and craft supplies. This is also a fun-filled craft idea for kids.

#2 Piggy Bottle Bank
A cute piggy bank not only encourages kids to save also it inspires them to learn about recycling. All it needs is a cut on the bottle appropriately and lots of fun in creating super cute designs on the bottle to make it an adorable piggy bank.

#3 Vertical Hanging Garden
This is a rare but excellent idea for growing small leafy vegetables and herbs. A plastic bottle vertical garden is designed by looping the bottles horizontally along an interior wall or balcony. Here are some interesting ideas for a plastic bottle vertical garden.

#4 Amazing Jewelry Stand
A beautiful jewelry stand from plastic bottles looks great and can hold and hang tons of small jewelry items. And it doesn’t even take long to make as you have to just cut the bottoms of plastic bottles, then fix a metallic rod through them and see your craft transforms into a beautiful jewelry organizer.

#5 Tiny Snack Bowls
Transform the discarded plastic bottles into an unbreakable snack or dry fruit bowls for a small kitty party or family get together. Cut the bottom of the plastic bottle then use a hot iron to flatten and smooth out its edges and here is a pretty bowl all set for you. You can make it fancier by putting additional decoration to the tiny bowls.

Happy DIY 😊😇😊

 

 

 

 

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Diabolical death of two youths of Uttarakhand in Gurugram Haryana

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Third boy who was lucky enough was injured badly but saved his life. Addmitted in hospital with serious injuries. He is from village Ghulek, Garhwal, Uttrakhand.
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Two young boys primarily hailing from Raath area of Garhwal Uttarakhand, specifically from Kathyud and Kuthkhal villages have been diabolically under mysterious circumstaces  on the 14th of July.  Some say they were brutally murdered while the Gurugram police claim their death through accident. They were serving in Gurugram, Haryana in a Hotel.
This tragic news has created a sensation amongst the people of Uttarakhand community in Delhi and Haryana with the news about these diabolical deaths going viral in social media as well.
These young boys were serving in a private hotel and earning their livelihood for their families living in Kathyudh and Kuthkhal villages in Raath area of Garhwal Uttarakhand.
The exact reason for the abominable murders/ deaths has not been ascertained yet.
However, the SHO Udyog Vihar police station Gurugram says that it’s a case of rash accident at midnight by a tempo driver who fled after hitting these boys.
Sounds strange, shocking and dubious too.  Even if it’s an accident as claimed by the police, its equivalent to murder as no law gives the right to take away innocent lives especially of the guilty driver flees the accident spot instead of helping the injureds.
However, after postmortem, the dead bodies have been kept in the Gurugram mortuary even after two days of the incident.
According to sources, both these boys have been brutally killed at midnight in Sikandarpur area of Gurugram in Haryana on 14th July at midnight which the police claim to be an accident. The CCTV footages are being minutely examined to ascertain the real cause of these brutal deaths.
These boys were returning back home after performing their respective hotel duties in the night.
While on the way both these boys were mercilessly killed either by some goons or through accident while the third one was grievously injured . The exact cause of the death is still a mystry.
The rescued boy hails from the village Ghulek in Pauri Garhwal, reveal sources.
He has been admitted to a Gurugram hospital and doctors are monitoring his condition. Police are waiting for his version that may shed light to the actual cause of the tragedy. Furious inhabitants of Uttarakhand in Delhi and Gurugram are questioning the integrity of the lical police which has still not bern able to find out the actual cause of these grusome young deaths nor have they been able to trace out the culprits.
There are thousands of migrated youth working in the metropolises of the country earning their livelihood for their poor families living in the villages.
Last year one such youth was killed in Haryana and  Bangalore at night after being looted,  while they was coming back to their quarters from his duty.
The member of Parliaments of Uttarakhand in Delhi including the union HTD minister Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank should use their good offices and help the bereaved families by arranging adequate financial compensation for the decased’s traumatic parents and pressuring the DG police of Haryana to bring the culprits to justice at the earliest.
Uttarakhand Journalists Forum demands immediate action against the culprits of these gruesome killings and severe punishment to the murdurers.
Meanwhile the Uttarakhand chief minister Trivendra Singh Rawat has expressed his serious concern and dissapointment over this tragic incident and has telephonically spoken to the Haryana chief minister Manohar Lal Khatter to intervene in this matter personally to ascertain the real cause of deaths of these two youths and instruct the police to bring the culprits to justice at the earliest. Mr. Khatter assured the CM of his all possible help to nail the culprits at the earliest.
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