दलित का बेटा अभय बना आईएस, जायस में जश्न Jais
दलित का बेटा अभय बना आईएस, जायस में जश्न का माहौल।
जिलाधिकारी बन पीड़ितों को इंसाफ दिलाना चाहता है आई एस परीक्षा 2019 में 767 रैंक हासिल करने वाला अभय कुमार सोनकर।
4 अगस्त 24 वर्ष पूरा करने वाले अभय को जन्म दिन का आज मिला है सबसे बड़ा तोहफा।
कहते हैं जब मन में कुछ करने का जज्बा हो तो कोई भी राह कठिन नहीं होती, बुलंद हौसले हों तो बड़ी से बड़ी मंजिल हासिल की जा सकती है लेकिन हर मक़ाम हासिल करने के लिए लक्ष्य ज़रुरी होता है।
यह बात एक बार फिर सच कर दिखाया है जायस नगर के मोहल्ला चौधराना निवासी अभय कुमार सोनकर ने ।
जायस नगर में फर्नीचर का काम करने वाले विजय कुमार सोनकर और प्राथमिक विद्यालय जायस प्रथम में प्रधानाचार्य के पद पर तैनात विजय लक्ष्मी के चार बेटियों में इकलौता पुत्र 24 अभय कुमार सोनकर ने आज अपने जन्म दिन के उपलक्ष्य में आईएस 2019 की परीक्षा 767 रैंक के साथ पास किया है सोमवार को दोपहर में जैसे ही आईएस परीक्षा परिणाम घोषित हुआ अभय के लिए परिणाम खुशियों का पैगाम लेकर आया नगर और मोहल्ले के तमाम लोग अभय के आवास पर पहुंचे और उस आई एस बन नगर सहित अमेठी जनपद का नाम रौशन करने पर न सिर्फ मुंह मीठा कराया बल्कि मायारपण कर पुष्प वर्षा भी की ।
अभय ने बताया कि उसने प्राथमिक शिक्षा नगर के मोहल्ला कंचाना स्थिति ब्लासमस स्कूल से हासिल की फिर हाई स्कूल व इंटर रेयान इंटरनेशनल स्कूल से हासिल किया। वर्ष 2014-18 में दिल्ली से आई आई टी की इसी दौरान वह तीन महीने की इंटर्नशिप के लिए फ्रांस भी गया।आई आई टी करते ही उसने दिल्ली में ही आई एस परीक्षा की तैयारी शुरु कर दी और उसने अपने आत्म विश्वास से पहली में ही आई एस परीक्षा पास कर लिया।
अभय ने बताया कि उसने आई एस बनने के लिए 10 से 12 घंटे की पढ़ाई की है।
उसने अपनी इस कामयाबी का श्रेय अपने दादा पूर्व तहसील राम गरीब सोनकर, माता पिता और गुरु जनों को दी है।अभय का कहना है कि वह डीएम बनकर पीड़ितों को इंसाफ दिलाने का काम करना चाहते हैं।अभय का कहना है युवा पीढ़ी आगे बढ़ने के लिए एक लक्ष्य निर्धारित करें तभी वह अपना मक़ाम हासिल कर सकते हैं।अभय का कहना है कि आपसी सौहार्द पर चलकर ही देश तरक्की कर सकता है।
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अमर पाल पटेल - एकौना ,धर्मेन्द्र वर्मा बीजेपी युवा नेता, अश्वनी सोनकर, अभिषेक सोनकर, अनीता सोनकर, रामू ठेकेदार, कपिल मौर्या, आकाश सोनकर, श्यामलाल सोनकर आदि ने हर्ष जताते हुए आगे और तरक्की की कामना की है।
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जायस के सभी नेताओं से की गई अपील ।
कल रात Syed Zain ने कहा,
जायस के जो भी नेता है वो चाहे जिस दल के हो वो सबसे पहले अपने जायस के लिए "हॉस्पिटल, डिग्री कॉलेज , स्कूल, फैक्ट्री," और जायस की जायज़ ज़रूरतों के बारे में आवाज़ उठाएँ व ज़रूरत की चीज़ों की माँग करें, जिससे हमारे जायज़ में रहने वाले लोगो का भला हो। हमारा जायस जैसा पहले था वैसा आज भी है नेता बदलते गए पर जायस के बारे मे किसी ने नही सोचा। मैं उन सभी लोगो से निवेदन करता हूँ जो दिन भर फेसबुक पर कुछ न कुछ लिखते रहते है लिखे उन्हें कोई मना नही कर रहा है लेकिन उन सभी लोगो से कहना चाहता हूँ अपने जायस के लिए भी कुछ लिखें क्योंकि हम सब को पता है हम जो लिखते है उससे हमारे जायस का कोई भला नही होने वाला है लेकिन यदि हम सब मिलकर सिर्फ और सिर्फ अपने जायस की ज़रूरतों के लिए आवाज़ उठाएं तो हमारे जायस में बहुत कुछ हो सकता है।
हमारी बातों से सहमत है और जायस के लिए अपना योगदान देना चाहते है तो कमेंट बॉक्स में कुछ न कुछ ज़रूर लिखे और अपने प्यारे जायस के लिए दिन में सिर्फ 2 पोस्ट करें जिससे हमारी ज़रूरत आगे तक पहुँचे और उसका समाधान हो।
-Sayyed Zain Jaisi
(Co-Ordinator - Lucknow Zone)
Indian Youth Congress
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You and I are essentially infinite choice-makers. In every moment of our existence, we are in that field of all possibilities where we have access to an infinity of choices. Some of these are made consciously, while others are made unconsciously. But the best way to understand and maximize karmic law is to become consciously aware of the choices we make in every moment.
Whether you like it or not, everything that is happening at this moment is a result of the choices you have made in the past. If I were to insult you, you would most likely make the choice of being offended. If I were to pay you a compliment, you would most likely make the choice of being pleased or flattered. But think about it: it’s still a choice. In other words, most of us - even though we are infinite choice-makers - have become bundles of conditioned reflexes that are constantly being triggered by people and circumstances into predictable outcomes of behaviour. These conditioned reflexes are like Pavlovian conditioning. Pavlov is famous for demonstrating that if you give a dog something to eat every time you ring a bell, soon the dog starts to salivate when you just ring the bell, because it has associated one stimulus with the other. Similarly, most of us have repetitive and predictable responses to the stimuli in our environment. Our reactions seem to be automatically triggered by people and circumstances, and we forget that these are still choices that we are making in every moment of our existence. We are simply making these choices unconsciously.
If you step back for a moment and witness the choices you are making, then in just this act of witnessing, you take the whole process from the unconscious realm into the conscious realm. This procedure is indeed empowering !
When you make any choice - any choice at all - ask yourself two things: First of all, “ What are the consequences of this choice that I’m making?” In your heart you will immediately know what they are. Secondly, “ Will this choice that I’m making now bring happiness to me and to those around me?” There is a very interesting mechanism that the universe has to help you make spontaneously correct choices. The mechanism has to do with sensations in your body. Your body experiences two kinds of sensations: one is sensation of comfort, the other of discomfort. For some this sensation is in the area of solar plexus but for most it’s in the heart. Most people think the heart is mushy and sentimental. But it’s rather intuitive; holistic; contextual and relational. It taps into the cosmic computer- the field of pure potentiality, pure knowledge, and infinite organising power. At times it may not even seem rational, but the heart has a computing ability that is far more accurate and far more precise than anything within the limits of rational thought.
You can use the Law of Karma to create money and affluence, and the flow of all good things to you, any time you want. But first, you must become consciously aware that your future is generated by the choices you are making in every moment of your life. Your soul is a bundle of consciousness that has the seeds of karma, memory and desire. By becoming conscious of these seeds of manifestation, you become a conscious generator of reality. By becoming a conscious choice-maker, you begin to generate actions that are evolutionary for you and for those that are around you. And that’s all you need to do!
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Yes. Its all in your hand. Life is like a mirror. Just smile to others and smile will come back to you.
Do not overthink. Do not Judge anyone. Whenever you think someone is doing something wrong, just think is it really bothering someone else? If not, then the person is doing something for its happiness. Let the person be happy and try to be happy in yourself too.
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345 Covid-19 deaths in a day in SA - IOL
Health Minister Zweli Mkhize said on Tuesday 43 of the deceased were from the Eastern Cape, 116 from Gauteng, 89 from KwaZulu-Natal and 97 from the Western Cape.
By Staff Reporter23h ago Cape Town South Africa recorded 345 Covid-19-related deaths in a single day on Tuesday. Health Minister Zweli Mkhize said 43 of the deceased were from the Eastern Cape, 116 from Gauteng, 89 from KwaZulu-Natal and 97 from the Western Cape. This brings the cumulative number of deaths to 8 884. Western Cape Premier Alan Winde had said earlier on Tuesday that only 33 deaths in the province were new fatalities, with the remaining 60 deaths arising from a backlog of people who had died at home and not at a healthcare facility. The KwaZulu-Natal Health Department also indicated that not all the deaths happen in the past 24 hours, but that due to late reporting and a high number of patients dying as persons under investigation, there can be a delay in the reporting. A total of 521 318 confirmed Covid-19 cases have been recorded, Mkhize said. The number of recoveries currently stand at 363 751, which translates to a recovery rate of 69.8%. Data supplied by the Department of Health For the first time since March, the rate at which Covid-19 cases are increasing daily in the country has started to decline, official data shows, largely attributed to a significant drop in the number of cases in Gauteng daily. Since early July, the average daily case increases over seven days rose above 10 000 new cases a day, rising to a high of more than 12 000, and now declining again to just over 10 000. Mkhize on Tuesday called on parents to ensure they immunised their children against illnesses, including measles, polio and meningitis, which were more dangerous for them than Covid-19. He said that the Department of Health had noted a decline in this service due to fears associated with contracting the coronavirus. Meanwhile, Taiwan provisionally approved the use of dexamethasone, a cheap and widely used steroid to treat the new coronavirus, as the island faces a shortfall of the antiviral drug remdesivir after the US bought nearly all global supplies. IOL
WATCH: How sperm fooled scientists for 350 years - they spin, not swim - IOL
Sperm was first discovered in 1677 – but it took roughly 200 years before scientists agreed on how humans are actually formed.
By The Conversation9h ago By Hermes Gadelha Sperm is critical for the fertilisation of almost every living organism on our planet, including humans. To reproduce, human sperm have to swim a distance equivalent to climbing Mount Everest to find the egg. They complete this epic journey simply by wiggling their tail, moving fluid to swim forwards. Though over 50 million sperm will fail to reach the egg the equivalent to more than six times the entire population of London or New York it only takes one single sperm in order to fertilise an egg that will eventually become a human being. Sperm was first discovered in 1677 but it took roughly 200 years before scientists agreed on how humans are actually formed. The preformationists believed that each spermatozoa contained a tiny, miniaturised human the homunculus. They believed that the egg simply provided a place for the sperm to grow. On the other hand, the epigenesists argued that both males and females contributed to form a new being, and discoveries in the 1700s showed more evidence for this theory. Though scientists now better understand the role that sperm plays in reproduction, our latest research has discovered that sperm have actually been fooling scientists this whole time. One of the first microscopes was developed in the 17th century by Antonie van Leeuwenhoek. He used a blob of molten glass that he carefully ground and polished to create a powerful lens. Some of them could magnify an object 270 times. Remarkably, a better lens was not created for over 200 years. Leeuwenhoeks lenses made him the first explorer of the microscopic world, able to see objects including bacteria, the inside of our cells and sperm. When Leeuwenhoek first discovered sperm, he described it as a living animalcule with a tail, which, when swimming, lashes with a snakelike movement, like eels in water. Strikingly, our perception of how sperm swims hasnt change since. Anyone using a modern microscope today still makes the very same observation: sperm swim forward by wiggling their tail from side-to-side. But as our latest research shows, weve actually been wrong about how sperm swim for the last 350 years. Using state-of-the-art 3D microscopy technology, our team of researchers from the UK and Mexico, were able to mathematically reconstruct the rapid movement of the sperm tail in 3D. Not only does sperms size make them difficult to study its tail only measures half a hairs breadth theyre also fast. Their tails whip-like movement is capable of beating over than 20 swimming-strokes in less than one second. We needed a super-fast camera capable of recording over 55 000 pictures in one second mounted in a fast oscillating stage to move the sample up and down at an incredibly high rate effectively scanning the sperm tail while swimming freely in 3D. What we found surprised us. We discovered that the sperm tail is in fact wonky and only wiggles on one side. While this should mean the sperms one-sided stroke would have it swimming in circles, sperm have found a clever way to adapt and swim forwards: they roll as they swim, much like the way otters corkscrew through water. In this way, the wonky one-sided stroke evens out as sperm rolls allowing it to move forwards. The sperm body spins at the same time that the tail rotates around the swimming direction. Sperm drills into the fluid like a spinning top by rotating around itself whilst its tilted axis rotates around the centre. This is known in physics as precession, much like the precession of the equinoxes in our planet. The scientific tale of the sperm tail follows the route of every other area of research: advances in understanding sperm movement are highly dependent upon the development of technologies in microscopy, recording and, now, mathematical modelling and data analysis. The 3D microscopy technology developed today will almost certainly change the way we analyse semen in future. This latest discovery, with its novel use of 3D microscope technology combined with mathematics, may provide fresh hope for unlocking the secrets of human reproduction. With over half of infertility caused by male factors, understanding the human sperm tail is fundamental for future diagnostic tools for identifying unhealthy sperm, and improving fertility. The Conversation
These dogs are trained to sniff out the coronavirus. Most have a 100% success rate - CapeTown ETC
What does a pandemic smell like? If dogs could talk, they might be able to tell us.We’re part of an international research team, led by Dominique Grandjean at France’s National Veterinary School of Alfort, that has been training detector dogs to sniff out tra…
What does a pandemic smell like? If dogs could talk, they might be able to tell us. Were part of an international research team, led by Dominique Grandjean at Frances National Veterinary School of Alfort, that has been training detector dogs to sniff out traces of the novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) since March. These detector dogs are trained using sweat samples from people infected with COVID-19. When introduced to a line of sweat samples, most dogs can detect a positive one from a line of negative ones with 100% accuracy. Across the globe, coronavirus detector dogs are being trained in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Chile, Argentina, Brazil and Belgium. In the UAE, detector dogs stationed at various airports have already started helping efforts to control COVID-19s spread. This is something we hope will soon be available in Australia too. A keen nose Our international colleagues found detector dogs were able to detect SARS-CoV-2 in infected people when they were still asymptomatic, before later testing positive. When it comes to SARS-CoV-2 detection, we dont know for sure what the dogs are smelling. Sweat is used for tests as its not considered infectious for COVID-19. This means it presents less risk when handling samples.The volatile organic compounds (VOCs) given off in the sweat samples are a complex mix. So its likely the dogs are detecting a particular profile rather than individual compounds. COVID-19 sniffing dogs in Australia Here in Australia, were currently working with professional trainers of detector dogs in South Australia, Victoria and New South Wales. The most common breed used for this work so far has been the German shepherd, with various other breeds also involved. We are also negotiating with health authorities to collect sweat samples from people who have tested positive to the virus, and from those who are negative. We hope to start collecting these within the next few months. We will need to collect thousands of negative samples to make sure the dogs arent detecting other viral infection, such as the common cold or influenza. In other countries, theyve passed this test with flying colours. Once operational, detector dogs in Australia could be hugely valuable in many scenarios, such as screening people at airports and state borders, or monitoring staff working in aged care facilities and hospitals daily (so they dont need repeat testing). To properly train a dog to detect SARS-CoV-2, it takes: – 6-8 weeks for a dog that is already trained to detect other scents, or – 3-6 months for a dog that has never been trained. Could the dogs spread the virus further? Dogs in experimental studies have not been shown to be able to replicate the virus (within their body). Simply, they themselves are not a source of infection. Currently, there are two case reports in the world of dogs being potentially contaminated with the COVID-19 virus by their owners. Those dogs didnt become sick. To further reduce any potential risk of transmission to both people and dogs, the apparatus used to train the dogs doesnt allow any direct contact between the dogs nose and the sweat sample. The dogs nose goes into a stainless steel cone, with the sweat sample in a receptacle behind. This allows free access to the volatile olfactory compounds but no physical contact. Furthermore, all the dogs trained to detect COVID-19 are regularly checked by nasal swab tests, rectal swab tests and blood tests to identify antibodies. So far, none of the detector dogs has been found to be infected. Hurdles to jump Now and in the future, it will be important for us to identify any instances where detector dogs may present false positives (signalling a sample is positive when its negative) or false negatives (signalling the sample is negative when its positive). Were also hoping our work can reveal exactly which volatile olfactory compound(s) is/are specific to COVID-19 infection. This knowledge might help us understand the disease process resulting from COVID-19 infection and in detecting other diseases using detector dogs. This pandemic has been a huge challenge for everyone. Being able to find asymptomatic people infected with the coronavirus would be a game-changer and thats what we need right now. A COVID-19 detector dog enrolled in the NOSAIS program led by professor Dominique Grandjean and Clothilde Julien from the Alfort Veterinary School (France). A friend to us (and science) Perhaps we shouldnt be surprised about dogs ability to detect COVID-19, as we already know their noses are amazing. Dogs can help detect hypoglycaemia in diabetics, warn people who are about to have an epileptic seizure and have been used to sniff out some cancers. Their great potential in dealing with the current pandemic is just one of myriad examples of how dogs enrich our lives. This article was written by Susan Hazel, Senior Lecturer, School of Animal and Veterinary Science, University of Adelaide and Anne-Lise Chaber, One Health Lecturer, School of Animal and Veterinary Science, University of Adelaide. It is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article here.