eBlogs http://www.eblogs.in Get your free blog now! Mon, 27 Jan 2014 11:17:04 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Google Nexus 5 India Prices Revealed http://www.eblogs.in/latha/google-nexus-5-india-prices-revealed.html http://www.eblogs.in/latha/google-nexus-5-india-prices-revealed.html#respond Fri, 01 Nov 2013 16:29:27 +0000 http://www.eblogs.in/?p=5101

Though Indian Google Play Store shows the prices of Google Nexus 5, it is still not ready for shipping. Shows “coming soon” signal. Nexus 5 16 GB version is priced at Rs.28,999 and the 32GB at Rs. 32,999. Thew new phone is manufactured by LG and will come with Android KitKit (4.4). The new Android version is said to run fast even on a 512MB RAM device. Following are the technical specifications of the mobile.

The new Nexus 5 sports a 4.95-inch LCD screen with Full HD resolution. It runs on a 2.2 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor with 2 GB RAM. It come in white and black colors. The downside is that it will not have a microSD card support.  It has an 8MP camera on the back and 1.3 MP in the front. It has NFC support and wireless charging.

Technical specifications
OS: Android™ 4.4 (KitKat®)Screen:4.95″ 1920×1080 display (445 ppi); Full HD IPS; Corning® Gorilla® Glass 3
Camera: 1.3MP front facing and 8MP rear facing
Size: 69.17 x 137.84 x 8.59 mm
Weight: 130 g
Battery: 2,300 mAH; Talk time up to 17 hours*, Standby time up to 300 hours*,Internet time up to 8.5 hours on Wi-Fi, up to 7 hours on LTE*Wireless Charging built-in
Audio Output: Built-in speaker, 3.5mm stereo audio connector
CPU: Qualcomm Snapdragon™ 800, 2.3GHz
GPU: Adreno 330, 450 MHz
Wireless: Dual-band Wi-Fi (2.4G/5G) 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac; NFC (Android Beam); Bluetooth 4.0 LE
Memory: 16 GB internal storage (actual formatted capacity will be less); 2 GB RAM
Ports: Micro USB; SlimPort™ enabled; 3.5mm stereo audio jack; Dual microphones; Ceramic power and volume buttons
Sensors: Accelerometer; GPS; Compass; Proximity/Ambient Light; Gyroscope; Pressure; Hall Effect
Network: 2G/3G/4G LTE; GSM: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz; WCDMA: Bands: 1/2/4/5/6/8; LTE: Bands: 1/3/5/7/8/20

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Hypertension( High blood pressure) – Know about your health http://www.eblogs.in/vinaykiran79/hypertension-high-blood-pressure-know-about-your-health.html http://www.eblogs.in/vinaykiran79/hypertension-high-blood-pressure-know-about-your-health.html#comments Fri, 01 Nov 2013 15:09:42 +0000 Hypertension or High blood pressure can present without a single symptom. But silence is not good. Uncontrolled hypertension is dangerous and increase the risk of heart attack and stroke

Blood pressure is calculated by the amount of blood pumped by the heart and the resistance to the blood flow in the arteries. The more the blood pumps and narrower the arteries increases the blood pressure

High blood pressure develops with out signs and symptoms and usually affects all the individuals. Fortunatly high blood pressure can be detected and can be worked out with a Doctor to conrol it.

Signs and Symptoms are dull headaches, dizziness, nasal bleed which usually do not presents unless it has reached an advanced stage

In majority of the cases there is no identifiable cause for it. The high blood pressure usally called the Essential Hypertension or Primany Hypertension tends to develop gradually over the years

Some cases of high blood pressure is casued by underlying conditions and is called as Secondary Hypertension. Unlike Primary Hypertension, Secondary Hypetension will casure sudden incease in blood pressure. Some of the conditions causing Secondary Hypertension are kidney problems, tumour of adrenal glands, congenital heart disease etc.

Some drugs such as contraceptive pills, decongestants, pain killers may also cause Secondary Hypertension

High blood pressure has some risks factors which cannot be controlled, they are –

Age – The risk of High blood pressure increases with age. It is more common in middle aged men and women usally develop after the menopause

Race – High blood pressure in more common in blacks and so the risk of stroke and heart attacks

Family History – High blood pressure runs in family

Risk factors which are in our control are –

Excess Weight – Obesity
Sedentary Life Style – Inactivity
Tobacco use – Smoking, Chewing tobacco
Sodium Intake – High salt intake
Low Potassium Intake
Excess Alcohol Intake – Consuming alcohol regularly
Stress – Anxiety

Other chronic illness which increases the risk of high blood pressure are diabetes, kidney disease, high cholesterol, sleep apnoea and pregnancy.

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How to Choose a Mattress http://www.eblogs.in/inch/how-to-choose-a-mattress.html http://www.eblogs.in/inch/how-to-choose-a-mattress.html#respond Tue, 15 Apr 2008 20:58:11 +0000

Are you in the market for a new mattress? If so, you need to realize that not every mattress is the same. In fact, you will find out soon enough that there is a large selection to choose from. It is very important to do your research before buying a mattress because this is what you will have to sleep on for the foreseeable future. You want to make sure that your mattress is comfortable, and of course, that it fits in your room as it should.

Here are several tips to keep in mind when shopping for a mattress:

1. For most people, price is a huge factor when shopping for a mattress. But remember, you are not going to get high quality if you purchase a mattress at the lower end of the price scale. This is not to say that all low cost mattresses are of poor quality, but remember that you get what you pay for. Discount mattresses may seem like a bargain on the surface, but in the long run this is not usually the case.

2. Comfort is very important when buying a mattress. You want to make sure that you lay on several options before you make a decision. In the past, manufacturers made consumers believe that firm mattresses were the only ones that were good for the back. While this is still true with some people, you should realize that you do not have to give up comfort for health. New cushioning materials are used in modern mattresses to ensure a high level of comfort.

3. Since mattresses are so expensive, you want to make sure that you purchase one that is durable. The best way to do this is to become familiar with the mattress materials that are known to last the longest. As a general rule of thumb, buy the highest quality mattress that you can afford.

4. Size and space are both very important. First off, you need to measure your bedroom to figure out what size mattress would fit. Obviously, a King mattress is the largest, but you may have a difficult time fitting this in your room. Additionally, consider the amount of space that you need. Are you going to be sleeping alone or with another person? You need to make sure that there is enough space for you to move around with bothering the other person in bed with you.

With these four details in mind, you will find it easy to choose the best mattress for your body, sleeping style, and bedroom.

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Are you a true Indian part II ? Then……… http://www.eblogs.in/mbgn1/are-you-a-true-indian-part-ii-then.html http://www.eblogs.in/mbgn1/are-you-a-true-indian-part-ii-then.html#respond Tue, 15 Apr 2008 20:23:24 +0000

Hi friends
We are indians and do we really know abt our culture and Traditions Answer the following questions.

(a) Who was insrumental in starting the 1857 Revolt?

(b) When did partition of Bengal took place nad who was the vice roy?

(c) To which Deccan Ruler does Harshvardana loose?

(d) Sun Temple at konark was constructed by?

(e) Which r the 4 rajput clans in medival india?

(f) Babur defeated whom to establish mugal rule in India?

(g) Which faith did Akbar propogate ?

(h) Vasco da gama landed in India at which place?

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Are you a true Indian part I? Then…… http://www.eblogs.in/mbgn1/are-you-a-true-indian-part-i-then.html http://www.eblogs.in/mbgn1/are-you-a-true-indian-part-i-then.html#respond Tue, 15 Apr 2008 20:16:44 +0000

Hi friends
We are indians and do we really know abt our culture and Traditions Answer the following questions.

(a) Who invented Zero to numerical system?

(b) Last Hindu Ruler of India?

(c) Who is the Son Of Hanuman?

(d) Where is the only Godess Saraswathi temple in India?

(e) Who was the first muslim ruler who came to india and in which year?

Friends answer the above questions correctly and test your knowledge on India well more questions in my next blog on the same issue.

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Ganguly —- The unsung Hero? http://www.eblogs.in/mbgn1/ganguly-the-unsung-hero.html http://www.eblogs.in/mbgn1/ganguly-the-unsung-hero.html#respond Tue, 15 Apr 2008 20:00:42 +0000

Dear Friends

Well Its a well known fact that politics prevail in almost every profession. Its gets sronger if the profession involves power and money. Cricket is the most glamourous game ever since India won the world cup in 1983.

The game involves huge money and its controlled by a politician who does not know the abc of cricket. Ganguly who the only consistent player ever since he started his second innings in cricket. Sehwag might have hit a triple ton but the next 5 inning its negligible. the same is the case with Dhoni, Yuvi etc but players like Ganguly and Lakshman are consistent and the give good stand to india but nobody sings their song. Ganguly and Dravid are taken of one day suad but not Tendulkar why? ganguly is an alrounder like Sachin and consistent with fitness and form.

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Reservations/Quotas – A Political Game or Public Development initiative? http://www.eblogs.in/mbgn1/reservations-quotas-a-political-game-or-public-development-initiative.html http://www.eblogs.in/mbgn1/reservations-quotas-a-political-game-or-public-development-initiative.html#respond Tue, 15 Apr 2008 17:38:27 +0000

Well Friends,

India is a country of rich cultural heritage and admired by the world. The caste system in India has come up based on the nature of work the early man chose to do. I was a balanced world everyman knows his job. But it motive was exploited by certain people in the past and tried to subdue and ill treat people doing menial jobs and graded them as untouchables. This system gave rise to the first imbalance in India and India fell prey to foreign Invaders.

India got Independence in 1947 and The chairman of the drafting committe Dr BR Ambedkar has decided that to reduce the gap created in yester years he proposed the system of reservations with a time duration of just 10 yrs. Ever since then till date after 60 yrs These qoutas kept on increasing. Does it mean that We have not developed in this 60 yrs? or Dr Ambedkar was wrong in his calculation in the percentage of quotas and castes which are supposed to get them?.

Well its a well known fact that these are just political gameplan for luring people of a majority comunity. Well If you want a quota then concentrate your clan in a particiular area and become a dominating factor for politicians of that area and you will get it.

Quotas are just killing merit. I would like to know If the politicians would like to get treated with a doctor who gets through in a college through quota and passes his exams by grace? Well these doctors are meant to work in govt hospitals by securing jobs by quota and kill innocent people of their community only.

Then The solution

Well we should give them free education with scholar ships from kindergardens, Start more residential hostels with good facilities free of cost for BPL people. Let them study and compete. Give financial assistance for everybody who is poor give them a helping hand but not dont make the handicapped………………………

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I dunno why? http://www.eblogs.in/nishunishaa/i-dunno-why.html http://www.eblogs.in/nishunishaa/i-dunno-why.html#respond Tue, 15 Apr 2008 13:34:13 +0000 The sea looks like sky,
I dunno why?
I want to fly, but I can’t,
I dunno why?
I want to play, but I can’t,
I dunno why?
I want to lay, but I can’t,]]>

The sea looks like sky,
I dunno why?
I want to fly, but I can’t,
I dunno why?
I want to play, but I can’t,
I dunno why?
I want to lay, but I can’t,
I dunno why?
I want to smile, only for a while, but I can’t,
I dunno why?
I want to laugh, but I can’t,
I dunno why?
I want to cry, but I can’t,
Cause my tears are dry in my eyes.

© Nisha Talreja,
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I wrote this poem when I supervising. That is I wrote it in my mind. So
therefore I came up with a wonderful poem. Hope you will all like it.

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Papa Kehete Hai http://www.eblogs.in/cindy/papa-kehete-hai.html http://www.eblogs.in/cindy/papa-kehete-hai.html#comments Tue, 15 Apr 2008 10:11:08 +0000

Saif has got it all, he has the loveliest girl friend Kareena, he has the blockbuster movie Race and he also has the best body in Tinseltown. What else he wants? He has everything a guy wants…

Now Saif’s son Ibrahim has come to make his Dad proud of him by doin a Cameo in Tashan. No one knows what is his role or what he is goin do. Everything is kept Secret !!! Shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

I guess now Ibrahim feel like singing my favorite actor Aamir’s famous song Papa Kehte Hai Bada Naam Karega. I wish all the luck to this Future Star called Ibrahim….

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