Saturday, 24 September 2016


India The mixer of many types of people and food.Foods healthy v/s non-healthy lets talk about later about this topic. at first when It’s India and Indian foods every one think it’s spicy & know i am a Indian and i love foods and spicy things.Intermittent fasting or IF Or flexible dieting no one talking it about basically in India.So now what i am a young age women  who love foods but want to be fit and strong and want a lean body.basically as Indian language want to be a sexy women want a body like yes i start hardcore gym(5-6days in a week) basically followed a strict diet because in India your gym instructor tell you to do what fight with cravings missed my childhood life when calories don’t come in your life.basically i am killing me everyday and waiting for those cheat-day then again get back on track and gym that was very hard for let give you my small measurements i am now 5’7(170cm) but now am 173cm and weight is 54kg and i am 21year old women who has now 24.8inch waist size and strong core with abs old measurement was 68kg with 34inch i start doing intermittent fasting from 2 years ago. believe me if you live in India and eat Indian food it’s really work it’s make your life easy and you can get your desire shape.i try it. now i go to gym only 3 days in a week lift i can enjoy ice creams gluten free foods(chips,other stuffs) and good and high quality dark chocolates and maintain my under 12% body fat.i skip breakfast take one or two big meal in a day i try to consume protein from foods don’t waste my money and calories on supplements(i know we Indian love cash on delivery and supplements😛 ) i fast for 18 hrs at fasting period i take sparkling water or club soda(made with purified water & co2) then take two cups of black coffee without sugar(using sugar free). I take this coffee before and after workout to boost my body performance and mental alertness. then break my fast with one or two red apply or some time i take bananas.i don’t maintains any 8hrs eating window and believe me if you are women you will mess up with your hormones and miss you periods every one will tell you that that’s not true i am a women i try this nothing bad first time you feel hungry but day by day your body adopt this food habit.i cook my own foods try to use less oil and species(use olive oil,coconut oil mainly).  This is my you tube channel link.check my videos you you like it subscribe to my channel comment down below and thumbs up stay tune🙂  link:-

BASIC RULE FOR INTERMITTENT FASTING      16-18 hrs fast      8hrs eating window       eat one or two big meal     take black coffee at fasting time     take club soda or sparkling water

Tuesday, 6 August 2013

Lenovo K900 (Idea Phone)

Lenovo K900 Slim and fast phablet

Most people know Lenovo as the company that makes laptops and desktops. It is not a firm that we think of when we start looking for our next smartphone. Lenovo's goal this year is to change this. It wants to be known as a company that doesn't only sell laptops but also the one that makes great computing devices, whether they are traditional computers or smartphones. 
In China, Lenovo has already become one of the top smartphone sellers. India, which has a similar high-volume and value-driven smartphone market, looks like a good market for the company. This is the reason why in the last month Lenovo launched six smartphones priced between Rs 32,999 and Rs 8,689.
Of these devices, one particularly stands out. In India, Lenovo K900 is the first and only phone powered by Intel's dual-core (four-thread with hyperthread technology) Atom processor. It is also one of the slimmest smartphones in the world with a uniform thickness of 6.9mm. Finally, it is the cheapest smartphone in India to have a FullHD screen, though we hear that Micromax Canvas 4, supposed to launch on July 8, may take away this crown in the coming days.
Of course, specifications alone don't sell the phone. Can K900 take on the other phablets like Galaxy Note II? Can Lenovo match the software and polished interface that Samsung and HTC offer in their phones? We test it out...
Made from steel
We have seen phones with plastic shell and we have seen phones with aluminum bodies. But K900 is different. It is a phone that uses a unibody shell made of steel alloy and polycarbonate (tough plastic). The phone has an industrial design with clean rectangular shape. The back of the phone has two hues. The top and bottom part of the phone's body, made of polycarbonate (very tough plastic), are grey. The middle part is shiny steel.
We like the materials Lenovo has used to build K900. In comparison, smartphones made of plastic feel downright cheap. Even phones that use aluminum alloy, a softer metal, seem less durable and more scratch prone. With the front of the device covered with tough Gorilla glass, K900 has a solid feel. The steel on the back inspires confidence that the device can survive coins in keys in pockets without getting scratches.
K900 does suffer from one design issue - size. With a 5.5-inch screen and 162 gram weight, it is a big phone. That makes it using with single hand almost impossible. In fact, the height of the device means you will it difficult to reach the power button, which is the top of right side if you are using it with one hand. The slim design helps a bit but overall we find Galaxy Note II, which has a screen with similar size, much easier to hold. Reason? The boxy design of K900 gives it somewhat poorer ergonomics. Bigger devices with curvier designs and rounded edges feel better in hands.
                                              5.5" Full HD IPS Display


Intel® Inside™
The Intel Atom™ Z2580 processor (Dual Core 2.0GHz) packs the power to make multitasking effortless, regardless of how many apps, games, or videos you run.
Android™ Jelly Bean 4.2
The Android Jelly Bean 4.2 operating system is fast, fluid, and smooth, and gives you access to all your favorite apps and games and at the Google Play Store.
Full HD 5.5" IPS Display
Enjoy unimagined clarity with the K900's 1920 x 1080 full HD resolution display. At 400+ PPI you can browse full-version websites on your smartphone, or enjoy and share hi-res images and video at their absolute finest. Plus, in-plane switching (IPS) display allows for nearly 180-degrees of wide-angle viewing.
Astounding Photography and Full HD Video
Capture amazing images, even in low-light conditions with the Lenovo K900's 13 megapixel rear camera with an f1.8 AF lens and take 1080p HD videos.
Beautiful to look at and hold, the Lenovo K900 mobile is one of the slimmest premium smartphones available. At just 6.9 mm in profile, it slips easily into your pocket or bag.
Elegant & Durable
The Lenovo K900 is forged from non-magnetic stainless steel and polycarbonate into a unibody case, making it tough enough for all-day use.
Corning® Gorilla® Glass 2 Display
The Lenovo K900's tough display is nail and pen-friendly, as well as sensitive to even light gloves.
Hi-Res Video Chat
The Lenovo K900's 88°wide-angle 2M front camera makes video-chat easy and fun to use on mobile.
Intel® WiDi Wireless Screen Display
Project your K900 screen to WiDi-supported digital TV or monitor—wirlessly. Great for watching those videos you just captured!
USB On-the-Go
USB On-the-Go enables the Lenovo K900 mobile phone to act as a hub and read data from devices like cameras and mp3 players*.
*Cable must be purchased separately.

Tech Specs

  • Intel® Atom™ processor Z2580
  • Dual Core™ 4-thread, up to 2.0 GHz processor
Operating System
Android™ 4.2 Jelly Bean
5.5" Full HD IPS with 400+ ppi
1920 x 1080
  • 10-point capacitive touch
  • Pen, nail or light glove recognition
Integrated Graphics
Intel® GMA graphics with 533MHz clock
  • 2500mAh Lithium Polymer embedded
  • Up to 12 hours 3G talktime, 15 hours 2G talktime
  • Up to 300 hours standby
Dimensions (WxDxH)
157 x 78 x 6.9 mm
  • Brushed stainless steel and polycarbonate
  • Corning® Gorilla Glass 2 display
1 speaker plus 3.5mm mic/headphone combo jack
  • Front: 2MP fixed focus, 88° wide viewing angle
  • Rear: 13MP, auto-focus with Dual LED flash, F/1.8 lens
  • 1 Micro-USB V2.0 (supports USB On-the-Go)
  • 1 Micro SIM
  • A-GPS
  • Gravitation
  • Ambient light sensor
  • Proximity sensor
  • 802.11 a/b/g/n with hotspot capability
  • Bluetooth® 3.0
Band Coverage
  • GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz
  • WCDMA 850/900/1700/1900/2100MHz
SAR Value
0.512 (Head)

K900 IN 3D 

MRP  32,999/

Thursday, 1 August 2013

Rape in India

Rapes in India has been described by Radha Kumar as one of India's most common crimes against women and by the UN’s human-rights chief as a “national problem”. marital rape is not a criminal offence in India and is still widespread.
While per-capita reported incidents are quite low compared to other countries, even developed countries, a new case is reported every 20 minutes. New Delhi has the highest rate of rape-reports among Indian cities.[9] Sources show that rape cases in India have doubled between 1990 and 2008. According to the National Crime Records Bureau, 24,206 rape cases were registered in India in 2011, although experts agree that the number of unreported cases is much higher.

Notable incidents

In March 2004, a 59-year-old Australian Brahma Kumari adherent Dawn Griggs was murdered and raped on her way to the sect's headquarters in Mount Abu. A senior homicide police official described Ms Griggs's killing as "savage". She was the third expatriate woman in a period of a few months but the first to be killed. Ms Griggs was carrying $8,000 to take to them when she arrived in India. Thorns were embedded in her palms and the soles of her feet were cut, indicating she put up strong resistance.
The Brahma Kumaris were founded in the 1930s and supported by a female leadership who believes those who are

During partition

 celibate and meditate will enjoy the fruits of paradise following the imminent destruction of the world.[12][13]
People in Bangalore protesting outsideBangalore Town Hall on 30 December 2012 demanding justice for the 23-year-old student who was gang-raped in Delhi on 16 December 2012.
The rape and murder of English teenager Scarlett Keeling, on 18 February 2008, brought international attention to cases of rape in India.[14][15][16]
A Russian national working in India claimed that she was raped by a Goan politician on 1 December 2009 after having dinner with him that evening.[17]Shantaram Naik, an MP of the Indian National Congress, occasioned widespread disapproval, when he said, " alleged rape of a lady who moves with strangers for days together even beyond middle of the night is to be treated on a different footing."[17][18] Mamata Banerji stated[19] that free interaction between men and women today has led to these crimes.
The gang rape of a 23-year-old student on a public bus, on 16 December 2012, sparked large protests across the capital Delhi.[20] She was with a male friend who was severely beaten with an iron rod during the incident.[21] This same rod was used to penetrate her so severely that the victim's intestines had to be surgically removed, before her death thirteen days after the attack.[22] In the 24-hour period after the gang rape of the victim, at least two girls under the age of 18 were gang raped and one of them was murdered.[23]
The following day, there was an uproar in the Indian parliament over the incident. MPs in both houses had set aside their regular business to discuss the gruesome rape case and demanded strict punishment for those who carried out the attack. Leader of the opposition in the Lok Sabha, Sushma Swaraj, demanded that "the rapists should be hanged".[24] Thousands of people, mostly young, participated in a massive demonstration in 22 December in protest. Police announced that six men suspected of rape had been arrested.[25] As a result of this incident, the government has promised speedy trials in cases of violations. It will improve the lighting of roads and public transport and there will be more police patrols to ensure the safety of women.[25]
Software engineer Nayana Pujari was raped and murdered by her escort driver in Pune in 2009. Her murderer is still absconding.[26][27]
In 2012 Bikram Singh Brahma was accused of raping a woman in the Chirang district of Assam. He was caught by villagers who heard the woman's screams. He was stripped of his shirt and beaten by locals and was suspended from the ruling Congress party.[4]

Jammu and Kashmir Same As

Indian armed forces[edit]

There have been allegations of rape and mass rape in Jammu and Kashmir being carried out by both Indian armed forces and militant groups.[30][31] In 1991, the 4 Rajputana Rifles unit are alleged to have entered the village of Kunan Poshpora and raped between 30 and 100 women aged between 13 and 70.[32][33] The Indian government carried out three inquiries into the allegations and concluded that it had been a hoax.[34]
The International Commission of Jurists have stated that though the attacks had not been proven beyond a doubt, there was credible evidence that it had happened.[35] In 2011, the State Human Rights Commission (SHRC) asked for the reopening of the case.[36]

Islamist groups[edit]

Groups such has Hizb-ul-MujahideenJamiat-ul-Mujahideen and Harkat ul-Ansar have all been accused of carrying out rapes.[30] The Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front have been accused of ethnic cleansing by using murder, arson and rape as a weapon of war to drive out hundreds of thousands of Hindu pandits from the region.[37][38]

Madhya Pradesh[edit]

In March 2013 a Swiss couple who were cycling from Orchha to Agra, were physically assailed by 8 locals, the man was overpowered and tied up while the 39-year-old woman was gang-raped in front of her husband at a village in Datia District where they decided to camp for a night.[39][40][41]

Northeast India[edit]

Human rights groups allege that the Indian armed forces under the protection of the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act, 1958 have carried out a large amount of rapes in the NagalandAssamand Manipur provinces.[42]

Uttar Pradesh[edit]

In 2011 number of brutal assaults on women were reported in Uttar Pradesh and according to the People's Union for Civil Liberties (PUCL), the majority of those assaulted were poor women from remote areas and Dalits. SR Darapuri vice president of the PUCL stated, "I analysed the rape figures for 2007 and I found that 90% of victims were Dalits and 85% of Dalit rape victims were underage girls."[43]

Crime against children[edit]

According to a BBC report in February 2013, more than 7,200 children are raped each year in India. Underage victims who do report the assaults are often subjected to mistreatment and humiliation from the police.[44] A landmark government survey in 2007 revealed that the vast majority of children in India are physically abused and that such occurrences are ″disturbingly common″.[44][45] In January 2013, a 7 year old girl was raped in the school toilet while studying at school in Goa.[46][47]
Young girls are trafficked into prostitution in India, often by women who have been trafficked themselves. As adults they use personal relationships and trust in their villages of origin to recruit additional girls.[48] India is categorized as one of the ‘extreme risk' countries for trafficking children.[48]

Legal position[edit]

in April 2013 the Indian Parliament introduced amendments to the Indian Penal Code making various changes to the anti-rape laws in India.[49] The offence of rape under Section 375, have made both penile and non-penile insertion into bodily orifices of a woman by a man an offence. The definition is broadly defined in some aspect, with acts like penetration by penis, or any object or any part of body to any extent, into the vaginamouthurethra or anus of a woman or making her to do so with another person or applying of mouth to sexual organs without the consent or will of the woman constitutes the offence of rape.[50]
The section has also clarified that penetration means "penetration to any extent", and lack of physical resistance is immaterial for constituting an offence. Except in certain aggravated situation the punishment will be imprisonment not less than seven years but which may extend to imprisonment for life, and shall also be liable to fine. In aggravated situations, punishment will be rigorous imprisonment for a term which shall not be less than ten years but which may extend to imprisonment for life, and shall also be liable to fine.[50]
A new section, 376A has been added which states that if a person committing the offence of sexual assault, "inflicts an injury which causes the death of the person or causes the person to be in a persistent vegetative state, shall be punished with rigorous imprisonment for a term which shall not be less than twenty years, but which may extend to imprisonment for life, which shall mean the remainder of that person’s natural life, or with death."[50] In the case of "gang rape", persons involved regardless of their gender shall be punished with rigorous imprisonment for a term which shall not be less than twenty years, but which may extend to life and shall pay compensation to the victim which shall be reasonable to meet the medical expenses and rehabilitation of the victim.
Certain changes has been introduced in the Criminal Procedure Code, 1973 and Indian Evidence Act, like the recording of statement of the victim has been made more friendly and easy, character of the victim is irrelevant for consideration, presumption of no consent where sexual intercourse is proved and the victim states in the court that there has been no consent, etc.
The age of consent in India has been increased to 18 years, which means any sexual activity irrespective of presence of consent with a woman below the age of 18 will constitute statutory rape. Although, the decision of death penalty for the most extreme rape cases was approved by the Indian parliament, marital rape is still not accepted as a criminal offense within Indian legal framework,[51] except during the period of judicial separation of the partners. In the 1980s, women's rights groups lobbied for marital rape to be declared unlawful, as until 1983, the criminal law (amendment) act stated that "sexual intercourse by a man with his own wife, the wife not being under fifteen years of age is not rape".[4][3] The government officials argued that the contract of marriage presumes consent to sex and that criminalising marital rape in turn would weaken family values in India.[51]
The Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act 2005 (PWDVA) which came into force in 2006, provides protection against marital rape or other forms of sexual perversions and domestic violence.[52] However, it offers only a civil remedy for the offence.[53]
In April 2013, Additional Sessions Judge Virender Bhat noted that the legal principle of reliance on the sole testimony of the victim had become "an easy weapon" to implicate anyone in a case of rape.[54] Justice Kailash Ghambhir of the Delhi High Court stated that penal provisions for rape are often being misused by women as a "weapon for vengeance and vendetta" to harass and blackmail their male friends by filing false cases to extort money and to force them get married.[55]

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