- Electric irons, kettles and other small kitchen appliances,
- Hair dryers,
- Electric shavers,
- Cords on window blinds and curtains.
- Washing up liquids,
- Insect or other sprays,
- Soaps, shampoos and other toiletry products, and Medicines.
Everyday Products That Can Prove Hazardous
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) is a condition that gradually destroys the body’s immune defense system and makes the body vulnerable to opportunistic diseases. It is caused by infection with the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV).People who are infected with HIV can be asymptomatic, looking and feeling well for ten years or even longer. That is why the practice of safer sex is vitally important, even with people who seem to be well. As more and more white cells die, the HIV-infected person begins to get sick and is then said to be symptomatic.
- By having sex without a condom with someone who is infected;
- By injecting drugs with needles you are sharing with someone who is infected;
- By having a blood transfusion with blood from an infected donor. However, blood donated for trans-fusions in is now tested for HIV, so people are almost never infected through blood transfusions.
- There is a fourth way in which the virus can pass from one person to another: It can pass from an infected woman to her baby in the womb, during birth, or during breast feeding.
Nirupama’s death in her home here is being suspected as a case of honour killing. The police have arrested her mother Subha Pathak but are yet to find any direct evidence against her.
Nirupama had decided to secretly marry Priyabhansu at an Arya Samaj temple on March 6 because her family members were opposed to the marriage. On March 2, Nirupama received a letter from her father Dharmesh Pathak in which he had asked her not to marry Priyabhanshu. She should not marry someone who doesn’t follow the “Sanatan Dharma”, Dharmesh had written, adding such marriage does not last long. Besides, her relation with her parents, relatives and the society will be severed for ever. He had advised Nirupama to think twice before marrying a man from different caste.
Wow! I didn’t knew these things and they are just amazing. Do you know any one these?
Coca-Cola would be green if colouring weren’t added to it.
It’s not easy to define motherhood…Ever wondered what mothers’ thought about their kids and how they balance work as well as motherhood. One relationship which is always with us is the one we share with our mothers. They are our guiding force and are responsible for making us who we are. No matter a mother is a housewife, Bollywood mom or Hollywood mom.
Sushmita Sen adopted her Renee in 2000. Since she is single, Sushmita had to fight a Court battle before she could adopt Renee. Finally on April 13, 2000 she was given the go-ahead to adopt her. Sushmita sen is former Miss Universe. She is the only lady who has won this title for our country. Sushmita Sen is now not seen in more movies.
Karisma Kapoor married industrialist Sanjay Kapur, CEO of Sixth India. In typical Kapoor tradition, Karisma was married at her grandfather, the late Raj Kapoor’s home, R K Cottage. The couple has one daughter named Samaira, who was born on 11 March 2005. After the birth of her daughter, there was considerable rift between the couple. But subsequently they patched-up.
Malaika Arora is married to the Bollywood actor Arbaaz Khan whom she met during a coffee ad shoot. They have a son, Arhaan. Malaika has maintained her perfect figure even after motherhood. She is the perfect millennium woman who has done equal justice to her marriage and children without allowing her work to suffer after she turned Malaika Arora Khan.
Twinkle Khanna and Akshay Kumar married on January 14, 2001. After her marriage, she quit acting, and subsequently gave birth to a baby boy, Araav, on September 15, 2002.
Kajol and Ajay Devgan tied the knot on February 24, 1999 and after four years in 2003 she gave birth to her daughter Nysa in 2003.
Juhi Chawla is married to industrialist Jai Mehta; the couple have two children. She gave birth to her first child, a girl named Jhanvi, on February 21, 2001 and on July 21, 2003 she gave birth to a son, Arjun.
Madhuri Dixit married an Indian-American, Dr. Sriram Nene, in 1999. A UCLA-trained cardiovascular surgeon who practices in Denver. She has two sons, Arin born in March 2003 in Colorado and Ryan born on March 8, 2005 in Colorado.
Raveena Tandon adopted two children Pooja & Chhaya as a single mother in the 1990s. Later she tied the nuptial knot with Anil Thadani. Now she is blessed with two children, a baby girl called Rasha and a boy.
Sridevi married film producer Boney Kapoor on June 2, 1996. The couple has two daughters, Jhanvi and Khushi.
Sonali Bendre married filmmaker Goldie Behl on November 12, 2002, she acted in a number of Bollywood films and after her marriage she left her career for her family. In 2005 she became a proud mother of a son in August.
Pooja Bedi quit acting after her marriage to Farhan Furniturewalla whom she later divorced after 12 years in 2002. She is mother of two children, Aalia born on November 28, 1997 and Omar born on February 19, 2000.
Mahima Chaudhary married Bobby Mukherji, last year amidst total secrecy. On June 10, 2007 she gave birth to their first child, a girl called Aryana.
One relationship which is always with us is the one we share with our mothers. They are our guiding force and are responsible for making us who we are. Mothers also shape our lives and our personalities. The moment a child is born, the mother is also born. She never existed before. The woman existed, but the mother, never. A mother is something absolutely new.
When you think No.1 can understand you,
When your love is rejected by others,
& when you hate your Life,
Just close your eyes, & see, her face who loves you
more than any 1 else,
who care for you in loneliness,
& dies when you cry.
She is no 1, but your sweet loving mother.
Love your mom first and always.