Chandrayaan


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India Shoots for the Moon With German Technology Aboard

Instruments developed by scientists in Germany will play a vital part in the scientific success of India’s first mission to the moon. The launch is part of a deepening relationship between the two countries.
The Chandrayaan 1 spacecraft is unveiled at the Indian Space Research Organization

The launch on Wednesday represents India’s first rocket to the moon
Chandrayaan-1 launched from the Satish Dhawan Space Center in Sriharikota on India’s south-eastern coast on Wednesday, Oct. 22, at 6:22 a.m. local Indian time.
No doubt, German scientists at the Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research in Katlenburg-Lindau were watching with interest.
That’s because an infrared spectrometer designed and built by the institute is on board for what is India’s most ambitious space venture to date — an unmanned mission to the moon.
Scientists look at the Chandrayaan 1 spacecraft

India is competing with China and Japan in an Asian space race
Indian scientists believe there is still much to be learned about the moon. The Chandrayaan mission aims to create a three-dimensional atlas of Earth’s stellar neighbor, locate and confirm the presence of water, and study the lunar soil’s chemical and mineral composition.
This is where the SIR-2 infrared spectrometer developed by a group headed by Urs Mall at the Max Planck Institute, comes into play.
“At the moment, this mission offers use the only opportunity to actively be part of lunar research,” Mall said in an interview with the daily Berliner Zeitung.
The SIR-2 works by using the optical properties of mineral components in lunar soil. From the data collected, the researchers hope to gain insight into the early history of the moon and, by extension, the Earth.
The development of SIR-2 was made possible by funding from the Max Planck Society and the European Space Agency (ESA) and reflects the Society’s growing relationship with India.
A total of 11 scientific instruments are part of the Chandrayaan mission. Five were built in India; the others were supplied by NASA, ESA, and Bulgaria.
Asian space race
In the current Asian space race, India has been competing with countries such as China and Japan to develop its rocket and satellite technology. More than a dozen Indian satellites currently orbit Earth, but this will be the first time the country has sent a spacecraft beyond Earth’s atmosphere.
If successful, India will beat its competitors, at least in terms of cost. The Chandrayaan mission costs $80 million compared to China’s $187 million lunar probe launched last year, and Japan’s $480 million Kayuga mission.

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Don’t be silly….


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1. Reena’s mother had three children. The first child was named April. The second child was named May. What was the third child’s name?

2. A clerk at the butcher shop is five feet ten inches tall and wears size 13 sneakers. What does he weigh?

3. Before Mt. Everest was discovered, what was the highest mountain in the world?

4. How much dirt is there in a hole that measures two feet by three feet by four feet?

5. What word in the English Language is always spelled incorrectly?

6. Billy was born on December 28th, yet his birthday is always in the summer. How is this possible?

7. In Amritsar, you cannot take a picture of a man with a wooden leg. Why not?

8. What was the President’s Name in 1975?

9. If you were running a race, and you passed the person in 2nd place, what place would you be in now?

10. Which is correct to say, “The yolk of the egg are white” or “The yolk of the egg is white”?

11. If a farmer has 5 haystacks in one field and 4 haystacks in the another field, how many haystacks would he have if he combined them all in a third field?

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The Answers


Answer: One. If he combines all of his haystacks, they all become one big stack.

You can go back to sleep now …


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Lady and the salesman


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“Show me the latest shoes you have”
“Here are a couple of latest shoes ma’am” The sales person said while pointing his hand towards the shelf.
“No, i didnt ask for these shoes, I want some latest designs which are hot now a days”
“Maam, the one i showed you arethe latest andmost sold shoes in the market… Please look in this shelf, here are some other latest shoes”
“No, No i want the latest new designs which everyone is buying in UK”
“But maam, this is Pakistan and all big stores here follow local trends”
“ok leave it, show me someladies bags”
“Here are some nice bags maam” the sales person showed a couple of bags”
“No, no, i didnt ask you to show me this kind of bags, I need some big bags”
“How about these bags maam” “No no, i didnt ask you to show me this much big bags, Ok leave it, show me some good shirts”

“What type of shirts ma’am”
” show me some latest shirts of UK Fashion…”

I was listening to this conversation while shopping for my kids yesterday. This is what i observed:

1- The Lady was not focussed about her shopping plan becauseshe changed her demands three times within 45 seconds of time. She was demostratingunstable behavior and bothering the sales person and other people in surroundings.
2- She was not specific in her demands. She was expecting the salesman to show her products of UK market though she was in Pakistan which she could haveasked at the start of conversation andleft the market without wasting everyone’s time. Later she didnt elaborate her demands clearly on how big bag she was looking for which again resulted in time wastage forboth.
3- The lady was reactive in her nature as she was saying No, No in every second sentence she spoke whichwas anunethical way of conversation.
This is just one example from our routine life though weexperience repeated cases of miscommunication which sometimes lead to brawl if both parties are not patient. The message here is that we must learn the art of effective communication if we want us to be heared and responded properly. The sales person in this example was on job so he was behaving nicely. Had this been the case of two colleagues or any other non-job conversation; the situation might have been tough.
You might have experienced misunderstanding in family or official life on several occasions. The reason is obvious that either of the person didn’t state his/her stance in clear fashion or perceive it clearly. So where does the fault lie and how can we improve? Let us study the below recommendations which need to be considered by Communicator or Listener in order to have solid common understanding and avoid communication gaps.
1. Improve vocabulary: Every word has its own deep meanings. For example there is a difference between ‘Hate’ and ‘Dislike’. Likewise, there is a difference between ‘Should’ and ‘Must’. To enhance vocabulary you should learn new words and understand the meanings of synonyms and antonyms as well. You can use online dictionaries or built-in features of MS Word (right click on a word to know synonyms/antonyms. article written by Junaid.Tahir
2. Listen carefully and listen more. If you listen more you are absorbing more and improving your level of comprehension. If you speak more you are on the verge of confusing others. So listen more and speak less. And when you speak, speak slowly and softly. Ask if you have communicated clearly or more elaboration is required.
3. If you don’t understand something, ask for elaboration. It is said that “If you doubt at first, doubt again and clear it”
4. Put yourself in others’ shoes to understand their perspective.Think win-win. Analyze the situation from everyone’s perspective. Consider all the stake holders and consider their emotions. Develop Emotional Intelligence skill. Google it today. Article written by Junaid.Tahir
5. If you are writing Emails/Letters/Fax then re-read after you are done with typing. Considering point-4 while you review your article. You can ask someone to comment on what you have written.
6. Avoid hard words to avoid bad taste: For example instead of saying ‘Rejected’ use the word ‘Not Approved’. When you say No, you should sound as if you wanted to say Yes but due to specific issue you can’t say yes. So if that issue is addressed, you will be saying Yes and Saying Approved. Article written by Junaid.Tahir
7. Avoid too many arguments. Convince or get convinced. If things gets complicated, take a break engage some well-wishers to assist resolve the matter”


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Chandrayaan


India Shoots for the Moon With German Technology Aboard

Instruments developed by scientists in Germany will play a vital part in the scientific success of India’s first mission to the moon. The launch is part of a deepening relationship between the two countries.

The Chandrayaan 1 spacecraft is unveiled at the Indian Space Research Organization

The launch on Wednesday represents India’s first rocket to the moon

Chandrayaan-1 launched from the Satish Dhawan Space Center in Sriharikota on India’s south-eastern coast on Wednesday, Oct. 22, at 6:22 a.m. local Indian time.

No doubt, German scientists at the Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research in Katlenburg-Lindau were watching with interest.

That’s because an infrared spectrometer designed and built by the institute is on board for what is India’s most ambitious space venture to date — an unmanned mission to the moon.

 

Scientists look at the Chandrayaan 1 spacecraft

India is competing with China and Japan in an Asian space race

 

Indian scientists believe there is still much to be learned about the moon. The Chandrayaan mission aims to create a three-dimensional atlas of Earth’s stellar neighbor, locate and confirm the presence of water, and study the lunar soil’s chemical and mineral composition.

This is where the SIR-2 infrared spectrometer developed by a group headed by Urs Mall at the Max Planck Institute, comes into play.

“At the moment, this mission offers use the only opportunity to actively be part of lunar research,” Mall said in an interview with the daily Berliner Zeitung.

The SIR-2 works by using the optical properties of mineral components in lunar soil. From the data collected, the researchers hope to gain insight into the early history of the moon and, by extension, the Earth.

The development of SIR-2 was made possible by funding from the Max Planck Society and the European Space Agency (ESA) and reflects the Society’s growing relationship with India.

A total of 11 scientific instruments are part of the Chandrayaan mission. Five were built in India; the others were supplied by NASA, ESA, and Bulgaria.

Asian space race

In the current Asian space race, India has been competing with countries such as China and Japan to develop its rocket and satellite technology. More than a dozen Indian satellites currently orbit Earth, but this will be the first time the country has sent a spacecraft beyond Earth’s atmosphere.

If successful, India will beat its competitors, at least in terms of cost. The Chandrayaan mission costs $80 million compared to China’s $187 million lunar probe launched last year, and Japan’s $480 million Kayuga mission.

Don’t be silly


KEEP THE GRAY MATTER ACTIVE………..


1. Reena’s mother had three children. The first child was named April. The second child was named May. What was the third child’s name?

2. A clerk at the butcher shop is five feet ten inches tall and wears size 13 sneakers. What does he weigh?

3. Before Mt. Everest was discovered, what was the highest mountain in the world?

4. How much dirt is there in a hole that measures two feet by three feet by four feet?

5. What word in the English Language is always spelled incorrectly?

6. Billy was born on December 28th, yet his birthday is always in the summer. How is this possible?

7. In Amritsar, you cannot take a picture of a man with a wooden leg. Why not?

8. What was the President’s Name in 1975?

9. If you were running a race, and you passed the person in 2nd place, what place would you be in now?

10. Which is correct to say, “The yolk of the egg are white” or “The yolk of the egg is white”?

11. If a farmer has 5 haystacks in one field and 4 haystacks in the another field, how many haystacks would he have if he combined them all in a third field?

Scroll down for the answers

The Answers

 


Answer: One. If he combines all of his haystacks, they all become one big stack.

You can go back to sleep now …

 

 

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Lady and the Sales Man


At one of the big shopping centers of townthis lady was speaking quite loudly, probably trying to impressothers in surroundings, .

“Show me the latest shoes you have”

“Here are a couple of latest shoes ma’am” The sales person said while pointing his hand towards the shelf.

“No, i didnt ask for these shoes, I want some latest designs which are hot now a days”

“Maam, the one i showed you arethe latest andmost sold shoes in the market… Please look in this shelf, here are some other latest shoes”

“No, No i want the latest new designs which everyone is buying in UK”

“But maam, this is Pakistan and all big stores here follow local trends”

“ok leave it, show me someladies bags”

“Here are some nice bags maam” the sales person showed a couple of bags”

“No, no, i didnt ask you to show me this kind of bags, I need some big bags”

“How about these bags maam” “No no, i didnt ask you to show me this much big bags, Ok leave it, show me some good shirts”

“What type of shirts ma’am”

” show me some latest shirts of UK Fashion…”

I was listening to this conversation while shopping for my kids yesterday. This is what i observed:

1- The Lady was not focussed about her shopping plan becauseshe changed her demands three times within 45 seconds of time. She was demostratingunstable behavior and bothering the sales person and other people in surroundings.

2- She was not specific in her demands. She was expecting the salesman to show her products of UK market though she was in Pakistan which she could haveasked at the start of conversation andleft the market without wasting everyone’s time. Later she didnt elaborate her demands clearly on how big bag she was looking for which again resulted in time wastage forboth.

3- The lady was reactive in her nature as she was saying No, No in every second sentence she spoke whichwas anunethical way of conversation.

 

This is just one example from our routine life though weexperience repeated cases of miscommunication which sometimes lead to brawl if both parties are not patient. The message here is that we must learn the art of effective communication if we want us to be heared and responded properly. The sales person in this example was on job so he was behaving nicely. Had this been the case of two colleagues or any other non-job conversation; the situation might have been tough.

 

You might have experienced misunderstanding in family or official life on several occasions. The reason is obvious that either of the person didn’t state his/her stance in clear fashion or perceive it clearly. So where does the fault lie and how can we improve? Let us study the below recommendations which need to be considered by Communicator or Listener in order to have solid common understanding and avoid communication gaps.

 

1. Improve vocabulary: Every word has its own deep meanings. For example there is a difference between ‘Hate’ and ‘Dislike’. Likewise, there is a difference between ‘Should’ and ‘Must’. To enhance vocabulary you should learn new words and understand the meanings of synonyms and antonyms as well. You can use online dictionaries or built-in features of MS Word (right click on a word to know synonyms/antonyms. article written by Junaid.Tahir

2. Listen carefully and listen more. If you listen more you are absorbing more and improving your level of comprehension. If you speak more you are on the verge of confusing others. So listen more and speak less. And when you speak, speak slowly and softly. Ask if you have communicated clearly or more elaboration is required.
3. If you don’t understand something, ask for elaboration. It is said that “If you doubt at first, doubt again and clear it”

4. Put yourself in others’ shoes to understand their perspective.Think win-win. Analyze the situation from everyone’s perspective. Consider all the stake holders and consider their emotions. Develop Emotional Intelligence skill. Google it today. Article written by Junaid.Tahir

5. If you are writing Emails/Letters/Fax then re-read after you are done with typing. Considering point-4 while you review your article. You can ask someone to comment on what you have written.

6. Avoid hard words to avoid bad taste: For example instead of saying ‘Rejected’ use the word ‘Not Approved’. When you say No, you should sound as if you wanted to say Yes but due to specific issue you can’t say yes. So if that issue is addressed, you will be saying Yes and Saying Approved. Article written by Junaid.Tahir

7. Avoid too many arguments. Convince or get convinced. If things gets complicated, take a break engage some well-wishers to assist resolve the matter”


How to read Bar Codes


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HOW TO READ BAR CODES……………. 
ALWAYS READ THE LABELS ON THE FOODS YOU BUY–NO MATTER WHAT THE FRONT OF THE BOX OR PACKAGE SAYS, TURN IT OVER AND READ THE BACK—CAREFULLY!
 
With all the food and pet products now coming from China , it is best to make sure you read label at the grocery store and especially Walmart when buying food products.
 
Many products no longer show where they were made, only give where the distributor is  located.
It is important to read the bar code to track it’s origin.
How to read Bar Codes ….. interesting!
This may be useful to know when grocery shopping, if it’s a concern to you.
GREAT WAY TO “BUY USA    &  CANADA “ AND NOT FROM  CHINA!!

The whole world is concerned about China-made “black hearted goods”.
Can you differentiate which one is made in Taiwan or  China ?

If the first 3 digits of the barcode are 690 691 or 692, the product is MADE IN  CHINA.
471 is Made in Taiwan .
This is our right to know, but the government and related departments never educate the
public, therefore we have to RESCUE ourselves.
Nowadays, Chinese businessmen know that consumers do not prefer products “MADE IN CHINA “, so they don’t show from which country it is made. 

However, you may now refer to the barcode – remember if the first 3 digits are:
690-692 then it is MADE IN  CHINA
00 – 09
  USA    &  CANADA
30 – 37
  FRANCE
40 – 44  GERMANY
471 …  Taiwan
49
…. JAPAN
50   UK


You can know the procucts from
 USA & CANADA by watching  “0” at the beginning of the number.
We need every boost we can get!  Pass this on to everybody on your E-Mail Contact List!! 
 
No one teaches us, even if government won’t help us, we MUST help ourselves.

JAGO GRAHAK.




 

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