Friday, 30 August 2013

Life Style of Cholistan (Rohi) Bahawalpur, Pakistan

(Adventures of a Desert Boy)

(Camel Boy)


(Cholistani Women with Water Matkas on their heads)

(Cholistani Woman)

(Colours of Cholistan (Rohi)

(Dancing on a local Festival)

(Cholistani Woman)

(Lady from Cholistan)

(The Life Style of Rohi Desert)

(A Local Mela)

(Mohaar, Derawar Fort)

(Cholistani Women with water pots)

(Rohian Mother with her child)

(Simple & Pure Life)

(The Boat Maker)

(Mohan, The Singer from Cholistan)

(Cholistan Desert)

(Traditional Water Pots)

Abbasi Masjid, Rohi (Cholistan), Bahawalpur Pakistan

Monday, 19 August 2013

10 spices and herbs that help with weight loss

Sugar certainly does not help you lose weight, but rather other spices.And not just about losing weight: many herbs and spices, sometimes little used in western cuisine, have amazing health properties.
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Some forms of ginseng (also known as the "miracle herb", "root that cures all ills" or "root of life eternal") can speed up metabolism and increase energy. In particular can help you lose weight, according to research from the University of Maryland (USA). This plant is widely used in traditional Chinese medicine and considered good for longevity.

The main ingredient in cayenne pepper, capsaicin, helps burn fat and suppress appetite. It also increases the metabolism, causing the body to burn more calories, according to research from Purdue University (USA).

According to studies, cinnamon reduces blood sugar and LDL cholesterol ("bad cholesterol"). You can also increase metabolism and insulin levels, decreasing the chance of developing diabetes.

Black pepper (black pepper, green pepper and white pepper are actually the same fruit, the color difference is a reflection of the various stages of development and processing methods) may increase the metabolism through its main component, piperine. Not only black pepper improves digestion, but also helps you burn fat faster. According to a study from the University of Oklahoma (USA), black pepper can potentially burn as many calories as those spent in a 20-minute walk.

Yes, dandelion is a flower, which in turn can be consumed in its raw form (and is among the top four plants with improved nutritional value). Dandelions Dandelions cleanse the body and have slow digestion, making you feel more satisfied.

Mustard is great tool for weight loss. Researchers at the Polytechnic Institute of Oxford (England) said that a teaspoon of mustard can speed up our metabolic rate by almost 25%.

This orange spice commonly found in India helps break down fat and regulate the body's metabolism. According to a study from Columbia University, can also help reduce the risk of diabetes.

Research shows that ginger can suppress appetite, aid digestion, remove toxins and raise the body temperature to increase our metabolism. Practically A Superhero health.

Cardamom stimulates metabolism and is low in saturated fat. Can also promote healthy digestion and apparently improves breath. There are even claims that cardamom has antiseptic properties, diuretic, expectorant and laxative. Can be used in coffees, salads, breads, meats, puddings, etc..

This medicinal plant helps in the digestive process and the production of energy, boost the immune system. It can also help people with asthma, arthritis, kidney disease and colon cancer. It is usually found in the form of infusion (tea) and commonly used in cases of flatulence

Friday, 2 August 2013

No Headway: YouTube to remain blocked until filter applied

YouTube cannot be reopened unless a mechanism is adopted to permanently block blasphemous material on the website, the Ministry of Information Technology informed the Peshawar High Court (PHC) on Thursday.
YouTube was blocked in September 2012 by former prime minister Raja Pervez Ashraf after the trailer of a blasphemous film, titled ‘Innocence of Muslims’, sparked outrage and violence among Muslims across the world.
The ban remained in effect after Google refused Islamabad’s request to take down the video.
Later, Advocate Kakakhel challenged the ban and argued before the PHC that students have been facing immense problems while searching for academic content and requested the court to direct authorities to filter all blasphemous material and reopen the site.
During the case hearing, the bench was informed the ministry has been devising methods to stop such material from being uploaded to YouTube as it “hurts the public’s sentiments resulting in countrywide protests”.
The bench, however, was informed that unless a solution was found, the ministry will not unblock YouTube.
Deputy Attorney General Iqbal Mohmand told the court that the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority and information technology ministry have submitted written replies, while the interior ministry was yet to respond.
The court then asked the petitioner to file a rejoinder to the PTA and IT ministry’s replies and adjourned the case hearing.

Earlier, the court had maintained that if PTA lacked experts, there was no reason why experts from other countries could not be asked to block blasphemous material before it is made accessible to the general public.
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