CWC15 Live social Updates

world cup social Feeds

ICC Cricket world cup 2015 spirit is very much in the air & we have merely countable days for opening ceremony i.e.., on Feb 14.And, just as for seemingly everything in life, there is Social media # Hashtags for the gentleman’s game as well, designed to keep you in touch with proceedings, even if you are nowhere near a cricket stadium or even a television set.

Yes, Every Countries Cricket board & their players are floating their updates & Feeds via social networks such as Facebook,Twitter, Instagram,etc.., with their eye catching photos, comments & Selfie’s with their fans. but How many of the fans know their favourite players # Hashtages & who is talking about him ??

The Ans is No, as Most of the users doesn’t able to see because users follow hundreds of pages based on their interests which surpasses Cricket updates from their views.

Even though snooping for their updates is a hectic task & one major problem is during work hours employees are banned from using Social networks.

So, if the Cricket Fans need to look in to the updates there is a website that has connected all the teams & players updates/shares in a single page.

CWC15 Social Feeds

Users no need to log in to the social networks to know the updates of their favourite players, just visit, Thats enough.

The fact is, its compatible in Desktop/Tab/Mobile & its browser based and does not require any new app to be installed, it require nothing more than a decent EDGE/3G connection to view even in Mobile browser & surprisingly all of Real-time updates & Feeds are available for free of Cost.


6 Scientifuc Benefits of Meditation

urlThan morphine, Meditation might be a powerful painkiller.

Wake Forest Baptist University researchers found that meditation reduces pain intensity by 40 percent, which is significantly higher than morphine’s pain reduction rate of 25 percent, as reported by Forbes. In the 15-person study, participants’ were tested for their reactions to pain before and after meditation sessions; every participant saw a decrease in sensed pain after the sessions.

An “OM” a day could keep your blood pressure at control.

According to NPR, a doctor in Massachusetts asked patients with high blood pressure to try a meditation program for three months, and two-thirds of them showed significant decreases in blood pressure levels at the conclusion of the 12-week study. Don Joseph Goewey, author of The End of Stress, has written, “When people in various high-pressure organizations try these mini-meditations, more than 90 percent experienced a change in their stress levels; more than 75 percent experienced improvement in creative problem solving, well being, and work and family relationships.”

It might make you smarter.

In a study published by the U.S. National Library of Medicine under the National Institutes of Health, researchers concluded that another benefit of meditation might be that it prevents cogntivie loss associated with old age. In the report, 20 long-time practitioners of meditation fared much better on cognition tests than 20 non-meditators. (All of the participants were 55 years old or older.)

Meditating could improve your genetics!

A group of Harvard yoga scientists concluded that practicing meditation has a biological effect, specifically influencing gene expression. Published in the medical journal PLOS One, the study showed that energy metabolism and insulin secretions genes were heightened after one session of mindfulness meditation, while inflammatory response and stress genes were suppressed. A few minutes “in the zone” may have the potential to reduce your probability of stress and disease.

You’ll actually relax.

Marianela Medrano, PhD, a member of the American Counseling Association, says that she recommends mindfulness meditation to her patients who experience emotional turbulence and anxiety. “When you’re breathing, more oxygen goes to the brain, and when your brain is well-fed with oxygen you think better. They report the ability of being more in control of themselves,” she explains.

Meditation makes you happy.

A pilot study published by the U.S. National Library of Medicine under the National Institutes of Health found that practicing meditation could reduce depressiveness and improve mental functioning. In the experiment, 39 dementia caregivers were instructed to either relax or meditate for at least 12 minutes a day for eight weeks. At the end of the two-month period, the meditation group had better scores on depression and health composites tests than the relaxation group. The meditators also showed a 43 percent improvement in telomerase activity (the enzyme that keeps cells from aging) compared to the relaxers’ 3.7 percent improvement. Although the researchers plan to experiment further, they maintain that meditation is linked to better cellular activity and lower levels of depression.

Source RD


How to Get a Dream Job Against Odds

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Let me discuss how can we score a dream job when i was against about thousands of candidates
Till date we have heard of stories on how Google getting millions of resumes ( its being conformed by Google too!) while these kinds of odds are the exception, its really difficult to get jobs these days at minimum wages, even its getting worsen for engineers.


Let us start from this path : when a job is posted online it generally bring a average of 100’s of resume submissions.So, frankly speaking we have 1% chance of cracking a job, but there are multiple ways to directly increase your chances of getting the job above all others even over people that have more experience and a better education than you do.

While in Point : Here lets make a version how can we crack a interview even over the people that have…

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Reasons Why Employers Haven’t Contacted You After A Job Interview

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You found your best suitable opportunity with a company and you were well prepared for the this important interview, Dressed in the professional interview manner, even you have also performed brilliantly, answering all the tough questions blasted at you. You are confident enough in cracking this job.

But after why haven’t you heard back from the HR so far? Here are some good reasons why you may not have got further response heard back so far .

You doesn’t look interested to that company

This is probably one of the most obvious reason. You might have thought you have rocked the interview but there’s always someone who may have won the HR’s heart or a strong reference for the opening. Some companies may send a rejection email or others prefer to keep silence.

You are Over Qualified or Low Skilled

Most of the Companies will be selecting the candidates based…

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2013 in review

The stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 20,000 times in 2013. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 7 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.

Click here to see the complete report.

Benefits Of Drinking Sugarcane Juice

Sugarcane Juice

We find many stalls that sell sugarcane juice. You might be amazed to know that the juicy extract of sugarcane sticks has many health benefits. As the harvest festival is upon us, sugarcane will be commonly found in each and every household.

So, instead of throwing the cane sticks after the festival is over, you can grind them into juice and enjoy its numerous health benefits. Depending on the variety of the sugarcane plant and the soil, the benefits of the extracted juice can vary. However, sugarcane is a rich source of minerals, vitamins and antioxidants.

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Health benefits of sugarcane juice:

Treats jaundice:
Sugarcane juice is a natural medicine to cure jaundice. Jaundice is the yellow pigmentation in the skin and membranes that are caused by the presence of billirubin in the blood. Poor liver functioning and blocked bile ducts are the causes of jaundice. To speed recovery, have two glasses of fresh sugarcane juice with lime and salt.

Several infections like dysuira, urinary tract infections, sexually transmitted diseases and inflammation in the stomach (digestive tract) or heart can be cured with a glass of sugarcane juice.

Kidney stones:
This is one of the most effective health benefits of sugarcane juice. Kidney stones are commonly formed due to dehydration and constant drinking of water helps break down the stones in the kidneys. Drink lots of fluids and also have sugarcane juice as it breaks down the stones or dissolves them.

Good for diabetics:
Sugarcane is healthy for diabetics as it contains no simple sugar. It is a better alternative for raw sugar or artificial sweeteners. So, if you are on weight loss diet or diabetic, have sugarcane juice. The juice’s benefits by keeping the blood glucose levels balanced.

Nutritional benefits:
Sugarcane has a bank of vitamins and minerals that are good for the body. The juice of sugarcane is rich in phosphorous, iron, potassium, calcium and magnesium to name a few. Studies have shown that sugarcane juice can help recover the loss of vitamins that happens due to febrile disorders like fever.

Cold, flu and sore throat healer:
 If you think that juices can be harmful for a sore throat or cold then you are wrong. Sugarcane juice helps cure sore throat, cold and flu.

Prevents cancer:
Due to its alkaline nature, sugarcane juice prevents cancer, especially prostrate, colon, lung or breast cancer.

Many people do not drink much water and suffer from dehydration. To retain water in the body, have sugarcane juice. Even during summers, you can cool off body heat by having a glass of sugarcane regularly.

So,these are few health benefits of drinking sugarcane juice that i found out &  Do you like sugarcane juice?




Jaggery For Its Health Benefits

Many people will be surprised to know that sugar is actually a Chinese product.No one used sugar in India as late as the 19th century. That is why sugar is called ‘chini’ in Hindi/Tamil which roughly translated to ‘Chinese origin’or China . But if we didn’t use sugar, then what did we use to sweeten our foods and beverages?

Indian Made Jaggery

Indians use jaggery/gur/Vellam which is a complex form of sugar.

Jaggery has innumerable health benefits. Jaggery is usually made with sugarcane juice. It has rough texture and does not dissolve easily. But the healthy benefits of jaggery are undeniable. In a comparison of sugar versus jaggery, the Jaggery Wins.

Here are some health benefits of jaggery that might motivate you to use this complex sugar as an alternative sweetener.

Cools Your Stomach: Jaggery is made from sugarcane juice. When you soak it in water and drink it, jaggery helps to cool your stomach. This is a standard way to keep the body cool in hot Indian summer.

Relaxes You: Jaggery has selenium in very high amounts. Thus having this complex sugar relaxes your nerves. That is why jaggery is often had with rotis at night to have a sound sleep.

Less Calories: When you compare the calories of sugar versus jaggery, the latter has much less calories. Sugar is the simplest form of glucose available to us. But jaggery is solid and tougher to digest. That is why, jaggery is more like a healthy carbohydrate than a form of glucose.

Rich In Iron: Jaggery has iron and that is why women need it. The rich deposits of iron in jaggery can help Indian women who have tendency to be anaemic.

Fights Cancer: Jaggery has lots of antioxidants in it. So it cleanses your system, fight cancer and also delays ageing.

Postnatal Food: The India diet for a woman who has just been through child birth always contained jaggery. Not only does it give lots of energy to the recuperating woman but also removes all the blood clots from her body.

Cures Pains: Jaggery has selenium and thus it is also good at relieving cramps and pain. Migraines and menstrual cramps can be relieved by having this complex sugar.

These are some of the best known health benefits of jaggery. If you know any other health benefits of jaggery, then please do share it with me via your comments.










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