|आरएएस की नई भर्ती परीक्षा के आवेदन जल्द
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आरपीएससी आरएएस के पदों पर भर्ती के लिए जल्दी ही आवेदन आमंत्रित करने जा रही है। आयोग को राज्य सरकार ने नई अभ्यर्थना भेज दी है, जिस पर इसी सप्ताह विज्ञप्ति जारी होने की संभावना है।आयोग के आधिकारिक सूत्रों के मुताबिक आयोग वर्ष 2011 और 2012 दो वर्षों की अभ्यर्थना एक साथ जारी करेगा। नई अभ्यर्थना में एक हजार से अधिक पद हैं। मालूम हो कि आरएएस की भर्ती परीक्षा अब राज्य सरकार द्वारा तय की गई नई प्रणाली से होगी।
With latest notification, UPPSC has introduced a new syllabus in UP State Upper Subordinate Service Exam ( PCS) . It is a welcome step to all aspirants who preparing for CIVIL Services Exam. Hope problems of scaling and subsequent court cases will be evaded.
Our friends with good preparation of optionals will have to takeup this new challenge.
Subsequently other state service exams will also adopt CSAT.
The detailed notification is yet to appear from U.P Commission.
I have came across an article which is certainly a serious issue currently engulfing humanity. Nothing is left in this world, nothing safe, now the male gender is also in danger along with already suffering females. The male rape is currently used as a weapon of war which strikes the psychology of the entire troop.
please read the article. Really world has become…….. (no words…)
Unreported Horrors – Male Rape In D.R. Congo
They are men who have lost all pride and self-confidence and who have been left severely traumatised by their experience. At the medical centre in Uganda where they are being treated, they talked candidly about the crimes carried out against them.
‘In the past, I thought that it was only females who were raped but not men. I cannot understand myself today. I feel pain all the time in my anus and bladder. I feel like my bladder is full of water. I do not feel like a man. I do not know whether I will ever have children,’ said John (not his real name), a 27-year-old refugee from the Democratic Republic of Congo who is just one of possibly thousands of victims of male rape as civil wars and tribal conflicts continue unabated across Africa.
On Jan. 14, 2009, rebels loyal to the former renegade Congolese general Laurent Nkunda attacked Jomba village in the DRC’s North Kivu province. There, the militia abducted ten people including six boys and forced them to carry out looting before taking them to a jungle base in Virunga National Park. John was among those captured.
‘We were held for nine days. The leader of the group asked to have sex with me. I did not understand what he meant. He ordered that I be tied up and then he raped me. The other nine came after him. I passed out. My bottom was covered with blood. All nine days in the bush were like that. It was like that for the others. One of the boys died,’ John said.
Nearly two years on from his ordeal, he is one of dozens of male and female rape victimsbeing treated at a trauma counselling centre called the Refugee Law Project (RLP) in the Ugandan capital, Kampala. The survivors come from a number of African nations ridden with conflict including – among others – DRC, Sudan, Somalia, Ethiopia, Eritrea and Burundi.
The RLP was founded ten years ago and is an outreach of the law faculty at Uganda’s main university of Makerere where staff help rape victims recover from their mental and physical wounds. The project is unique in that it is largely unknown by the Ugandan community and it is situated on a hill in the northern part of the city called Old Kampala where it is housed in a colonial-style residential building.
Salome Atim, the RLP gender official responsible for aiding male rape victims, said that since the beginning of the year they have received about 30 cases of male rape, mostly refugees who have escaped from conflict zones. ‘These are the ones who are open. The others do not speak, and that means there could be very many (victims),’ she said.
Many boys and men fear speaking out because they are often branded homosexuals, even by doctors and medical workers trying to help them. Rape victims from Islamic states such as Somalia, for example, often refuse to talk because revealing what happened can result in them being labelled criminals by wider society.
Atim added that the question of homosexuality – which is taboo in many African societies – compounds the dilemma. But she said some people do feel able to talk, although only after much counselling
‘People are not used to homosexuality and they do not listen to these people. They think anal sex is consensual where they think the victim agreed. They (victims) get further stigmatised because the moment they go to a health centre, they are asked, ‘so you are homosexuals?’ So they do not speak. We help them to open up slowly,’ she said.
One of Atim’s patients, Pierre (not his real name), was a student at a school in Congo’s city of Bukavu but in 2004 gangs from one of the numerous militia groups trying to exert control of the area attacked his family home and gang raped him, his father and brother.
‘Men in uniform bloke into our home. They tied up my father’s legs and arms. They then undressed my brother and told me to have sex with him. I refused,’ Pierre said before breaking down in tears.
After composing himself with the help of Atim, he continued. ‘They undressed me, held my penis between sticks and repeatedly banged it. One of them held my leg and another held the second leg and they pulled them apart. The rest of the gang then raped me one by one.’
According to Atim, Pierre was suicidal when he arrived at RLP and has since been treated at a psychotherapy clinic.
Male rape has been prevalent as a weapon of war in many conflict zones and also in prison cells. But since these crimes are mostly unreported, also because the focus is on female victims, the extent of the problem is unknown. What is known is that male victims face horrendous problems in recovering.
John, who covered his face with a cap during the interview, said he now struggles to walk any distance due to unhealed wounds. ‘When I walk a long distance, blood flows out of my anus. When I eat hard food like cassava I have problems going to the toilet because my rectum gets out when I pass out faeces,’ he said.
* Published under an agreement with Street News Service.
© Inter Press Service (2011) — All Rights Reserved
would like to share my experience which is awesome.
Things To Do After Buying IPad
* Immediately buy a scratch guard for its screen. Many varieties are there in the market. Capdase is best. It costs around Rs. 900.
* Buy an Apple Smart Cover. Trust me these are best with its multi- functionality. There are many covers or cases by third party companies but nothing is like Apple Smart Cover.
* Get a High Speed Internet connection with WiFi, usually at homes or offices. This is basically required to update your IPad with latest software upgrades and Apps. Once after having Sync the iPad with iTunes one need to create an account with iTunes. It is easy and free. Although Debit/Credit card details are needed.
* Upgrade your iPad 2 to Apple latest software version iOS 5. It is a 700+ MB file so it takes time. Some problem is seen in downloading this file as error code like “connection error” etc. is seen. However the file gets download with no bugs or virus.
* Appstore, we need to copy free/paid apps. Some of the essential/must have apps are mentioned here.
Free Apps :-
Facebook, yahoo Messenger, Skype, WordWeb Dictionary, Adobe Reader, Flipboard, Dropbox, Times of India, Twitter, WordPress, Shazam, Calculator
Pages, Numbers, Keynote (iWork), Media Folders, National geographic World Atlas, Media Folders.
* Create an iCloud account. It is the latest technology for data sharing at all the laptops under one connection. Like you can share photos clicked on your iPhone with your iPad or Macbook, automatically. Similarly all your contact information are shared simultaneously.
* Get a 3G cellular Data connection. I would suggest to go for BSNL 3G with its economical plans and wide 3G coverage. Also BSNL is giving micro Simcards, which is used in the iPad. So no need to cut and re size your simcard.
For BSNL Plans refer to the following link :-
* Accessories :- one should must have
- Apple ear plugs
* Carrying Cases for iPad’s safety with ease while on travel. there are many brands in market but after lot of research i have narrowed my choice to two. The best one is from SM Bags (micro XS for iPad) an Australian company, price and its availability is a concern.
The second best which is easily available and at a good price is Case Logic Bags. Specially its “eslings” .
So friends enjoy the breath taking experience of the device.
Do share you experience and inputs.
After a long time Indian film industry has released a movie of substance. It’s a blend of innovative direction and editing. No doubt the movie is delivered by a solid performance by Ranbir Kapoor. A love story with a different note. The movie full of attitude and amazing music by our most talented A.R Rehman.
When the movie started I thought it was based on John Lennon of “Beetles” but I was not aware of his biography rather only about the famous fact that he was assassinated which is still a matter of discussion.
All this has increased my curiosity to read about John Lennon and life of other Rockstars.
The movie is last movie of Shammi Kapoor who is considered as the Rockstar of Indian Film Industry. The movie starts with the tribute.
Will not discuss more about the movie, just recommend my friends to watch it.
Do post about your experience.
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Passionate, prickly, and deemed irreplaceable by many Apple fans and investors, Steve Jobs made a life defying conventions and expectations. And despite years of poor health, his death on Wednesday at the age of 56 prompted a global gasp as many people remembered how much he had done to transform the worlds of computing, music and mobile phones, changing the way people communicate and access information and entertainment. “The world rarely sees someone who has had the profound impact Steve has had, the effects of which will be felt for many generations to come,” said Microsoft co-founder and long-time rival Bill Gates. “For those of us lucky enough to get to work with him, it’s been an insanely great honor.” The founder of Apple Inc died on Wednesday in Palo Alto, surrounded by his family. The circumstances of his passing were unclear, but Jobs has had a long battle with cancer and other health issues. Jobs’ family thanked many for their prayers during the last year of Steve’s illness.
A college dropout, Jobs floated through India in search of spiritual guidance prior to founding Apple – a name he suggested to his friend and co-founder Steve Wozniak after a visit to a commune in Oregon he referred to as an “apple orchard.” With his passion for minimalist design and marketing genius, Jobs changed the course of personal computing during two stints at Apple and then brought a revolution to the mobile market. The iconic iPod, the iPhone – dubbed the “Jesus phone” for its quasi-religious following – and the iPad are the creation of a man who was known for his near-obsessive control of the product development process. “Most mere mortals cannot understand a person like Steve Jobs,” said bestselling author and venture capitalist Guy Kawasaki, a former Apple employee, in a recent interview. He considers Jobs “the greatest CEO in the history of man”, adding that he just had “a different operating system.” Charismatic, visionary, ruthless, perfectionist, dictator – these are some of the words that people have used to describe Jobs, who may have been the biggest dreamer the technology world has ever known, but also was a hard-edged businessman and negotiator through and through. “Steve was the best of the best. Like Mozart and Picasso, he may never be equalled,” said Marc Andreessen, venture capitalist and co-founder of Netscape Communications. Microsoft’s Gates had called Jobs the most inspiring person in the tech industry and President Barack Obama held him up as the embodiment of the American Dream. It’s hard to imagine a bigger success story than Steve Jobs, but rejection, failure and bad fate were part and parcel of who he was. Jobs was given away at birth, driven out of Apple in the mid-80s and struck with cancer when he finally had regained the top of the mountain. He resigned as CEO of Apple Inc on August 24 – saying he could no longer fulfill the duties – and briefly served as chairman before his death. Jobs grew up with an adopted family in Silicon Valley, which was turning from orchards to homes for workers at Lockheed and other defense and technology companies. Electronics friend Bill Fernandez introduced him to boy engineer Wozniak, and the two Steves began a friendship that eventually bred Apple Computer. “Woz is a brilliant engineer, but he is not really an entrepreneur, and that’s where Jobs came in,” recently remembered Fernandez, who was the first employee at Apple. Wozniak earlier this year said that his goal was only to design hardware and he had no interest in running Apple. “Steve Jobs’ role was defined — you’ve got to learn to be an executive in every division of the company so you can be the world’s most important person some day. That was his goal,” joked Wozniak, who is still listed as an employee, even though he has not worked at Apple for years. AWFUL-TASTING MEDICINE Jobs created Apple twice – once when he founded it and the second time after a return credited with saving the company, which now vies with Exxon Mobil as the most valuable publicly traded corporation in the United States. Every day to him was “a new adventure in the company,” Jay Elliot, a former senior vice president at Apple who worked very closely with Jobs in the eighties, said earlier this year, adding that he was “almost like a child” when it came to his inquisitiveness. He was highly intolerant of company politics and bureaucracy, Elliot noted. But the inspiring Jobs came with a lot of hard edges, oftentimes alienating colleagues and early investors with his my-way-or-the-highway dictums and plans that were generally ahead of their time. Elliot was a witness to the acrimony between Jobs and former Apple Chief Executive John Sculley who often clashed on ideas, products and the direction of the company. The dispute came to a head at Apple’s first major sales meeting in Hawaii in 1985 where the two “just blew up against each other,” Elliot said. Jobs left soon after, saying he was fired. “It was awful-tasting medicine, but I guess the patient needed it. Sometimes life’s gonna hit you in the head with a brick. Don’t lose faith,” Jobs told a Stanford graduating class in 2005. He returned to Apple about a decade after he left, working as a consultant. Soon he was running it, in what has been called Jobs’ second act. Jobs reinvented the technology world four or five times, first with the Apple II, a beautiful personal computer in the 1970s; then in the 1980s with the Macintosh, driven by a mouse and presenting a clean screen that made computing inviting; the ubiquitous iPod debuted in 2001, the iPhone in 2007 and in 2010 the iPad, which a year after it was introduced outsold the Mac.