Date: 01.06.2010  Time: 22.00

"No Food for children and elderly in GAZA because of the Barbaric attack by Israeli"


The whole world as well as the UN condemned Israel for the barbaric attack on the food convoy   

Israel's ambassador to the US has compared the deadly raid on the Gaza aid flotilla with America's battles against the Germans in World War Two.

In an interview with Sky's American sister station Fox News, Michael Oren described the operation, in which at least nine people died, as "perfectly legal, perfectly humane - and very responsible". "Israel has to make some hard choices sometimes," he stressed, "We live in a rough neighbourhood." When questioned about the global condemnation of the violence and accusations of "state-sponsored piracy on the open seas", he denied there had been any breach of international law in raiding the ships. "Israel acted in accord with international law," he said. "Any state has the right to protect itself, certainly from a terrorist threat such as Hamas, including on the open seas. "The US acted under similar international law when it fought the Germans and the Japanese in World War Two." He reiterated that Israel would immediately deport activists seized from the six-ship flotilla. Nearly 700 foreign nationals being held in Israeli jails are expected to be deported today and tomorrow. Some 124 detainees from 12 Muslim nations were taken across the border into Jordan in the early hours of this morning. It is thought they are from countries that do not have diplomatic ties with Israel. A total of 42 Britons - including 11 people with dual nationality - are known to have been detained by security forces. Foreign Secretary William Hague said they will be brought home as soon as possible. Some are already back in the UK. Meanwhile, President Obama has offered his condolences to Turkey after four Turkish activists were confirmed to have died in the violence. And Egypt has opened its border crossing with Gaza to allow aid to get through after signing a temporary agreement with Israel. The Secretary General of the United Nations Ban Ki-Moon is holding meetings in New York to discuss the situation. The UN Security Council has condemned the raid and called for a "prompt, impartial, credible, transparent" investigation.

Date: 02.06.2010 Time: 22.00

"London Demonstration against Israeli's Barbaric action against the food convoy"

Lebanon fires on Israeli warplanes: security official

Lebanon's military fired anti-aircraft artillery at Israeli warplanes that were flying over Lebanon, a senior Israeli security official said on Tuesday. "Our aircraft have been targeted by the Lebanese anti-aircraft guns while flying over southern Lebanon, and there was no damage," the official who requested the anonymity told AFP. A military spokesperson neither confirmed nor denied the report. Lebanon issues almost daily reports of Israeli violations of its air space, but its military rarely opens fire unless the planes fly within range of its guns. The overflights violate UN Security Council Resolution 1701, which ended a devastating 2006 war between Israel and Lebanon's Shiite Hezbollah militia, but Israel argues they are needed to monitor arms smuggling.

Date: 03.06.2010. Time: 22.00



Happened within three hours, the gunman killed, and injured many then killed himself.   Cumbria Massacre: 'Family Feud' Probe

Police are investigating whether a family feud led to a cab driver killing 12 people, including his twin brother, in a gun rampage in Cumbria. Derrick Bird, 52, opened fire on his victims as he drove through the countryside over a three-hour period, before taking his own life. Bird's first victim was his twin brother David who he had rowed with over a will, reports say. It was also claimed another of the victims was the family's solicitor, Kevin J Commons. He was reportedly shot in the village of Frizington. Bird shot dead at least one fellow cabbie in the town of Whitehaven. The divorced father of two then drove his car south, opening fire on people through the window, apparently at random. Following a manhunt, police found his body 20 miles away from Whitehaven in woods near the hamlet of Boot. Officers said they had recovered two weapons, a shotgun and a .22 rifle with a telescopic sight. They said Bird was believed to have taken his own life and there were 30 separate crime scenes. More than 100 detectives from Cumbria CID are working to retrace his steps and identify the exact sequence of events which led to the 12 deaths. The Queen has said she was "deeply shocked" by the shootings and shared the country's "grief and horror". Eleven people were injured - three are in a critical condition and five are described as serious. The gunman's friend Peter Leder said Bird had told him on Tuesday night: "You won't see me again." Mr Leder told CNN the taxi driver was known as "Birdy" to his friends and was "an outgoing, well-known guy, who everyone liked". Officers think Bird started his journey in Lamplugh, where his mother and brother have homes. They believe he travelled down the A5086 to Whitehaven, and then drove along the coast in a Citroen Picasso. Police said he made his way through Egremont, Gosforth and Seascale before turning inland and ending up in Boot, where he abandoned his car. Two people are thought to have been killed in Egremont. It is understood 57-year-old Susan Hughes was shot while on her way home from a local shop. Kenneth Fishburn, a retired security worker, is also believed to have been killed in the town. It is thought he was on his way to a betting shop. One man was shot dead in Gosforth. He was apparently in a field trimming hedges with his uncle when Bird drove past, wound down the car window and blasted him. The dead man was named as Garry Purdham, son of farmer John Purdham and the brother of Harlequins rugby player Rob Purdham. Two people were killed in Seascale. Jane Robinson, 66, is understood to have been shot while delivering catalogues just yards from the home she shared with her twin sister. The other victim there was Michael Pike, 64, who died while cycling in the village where he lived with his wife, Sheena, and son, Jason, 39.  He was a retired man who used to work at the Sellafield nuclear plant. Jason Pike said: "He was a much-loved husband, father and grandfather. He was a happy man at the time he died and satisfied with the things he achieved." And an elderly couple are believed to have been killed while out walking in the village of Wilton. It is not known why Bird, from Rowrah near Frizington in Cumbria, carried out the shootings. Michelle Haigh, the landlady of Bird's local pub - The Hound Inn in Frizington - described him as a "normal bloke". Ms Haigh said: "He was a nice guy, nothing out of the ordinary. He would come into the pub, have a couple of pints, have a chat with his friend and go home. "This is not in character with the Derrick Bird we know. Everybody is shocked." Bird was said to be friends with Darren Rewcastle, the taxi driver he killed in Duke Street, Whitehaven, as he started his rampage at about 10.30am. Glenda Pears, boss of L&G Taxis, said: "The lad that's been killed was friends with him. They used to stand together having a craic on the rank. "He was friends with everybody and used to stand and joke on Duke Street." A Whitehaven cab driver, who did not want to be named, claimed an argument broke out between Bird and the other three men on Tuesday night at the Duke Street taxi rank. He said: "All of the taxi drivers were friends. But I heard last night there was an argument on the taxi rank. "I don't know what caused it, but something must have happened last night. Derrick Bird took off in his car and went home. I don't know what time of night it was." Speaking about the shootings, Deputy Chief Constable Stuart Hyde said: "This has shocked the people of Cumbria and around the country to the core. He went on: "Our condolences go out to families and friends of those affected by the horrific incidents that unfolded today. "These are local people and local police who knew the people killed and injured today. "It's been a truly exceptional and challenging incident that Cumbria Police has had to deal with today." He added: "This has shocked the people of Cumbria and the country to the core. "We will look into Mr Bird's history, his access to firearms and his motivation for the shootings." Police have set up a casualty bureau line on 0845 3300 247 and appealed for anyone with   information about Bird's movements over the last 24 hours to contact them.

Date:04.06.2010. Time: 22.00

"We are what we eat".

Please do not eat Pork or any red meat, because the man who killed himself and 11 other people had a nutritional problem. Too much animal food turn you into a violent  person. Because a balanced diet will make one to be with a balanced way of  thinking. If you are balanced then you will not take so many innocent lives.

Date: 05.06.2010. Time: 22.00


Battling cancer with a hat

A revolutionary new device is being trialled in patients with an aggressive form of brain cancer, called Glioblastoma. The special hat, which sends electricity through the brain, has raised hopes of effective treatment. Daragh O'Connor has been wearing the head gear for nine months after he was diagnosed with the illness. Run on a battery or plugged into the wall, he says it has become part of his life. Designed by Professor Yoram Palti, the device targets the multiplying cancer cells in the brain but does not affect healthy cells. Eight out of 10 patients in trials survived for five years after using it, where the normal survival rate is zero. For such a seemingly effective weapon against this type of cancer Prof Palti says it came from very lo-fi beginnings. The results from international trials are due to be published this weekend, and could see this basement-made hat saving lives.

Date: 6.6.2010.  Time: 22.00

"Football & Religion"

World Cup 2010 - School to close early so pupils can watch England

A school has drawn criticism for planning to close early to allow pupils to watch one of England's World Cup matches. The headmaster of the Bohunt School in Liphook, Hampshire has decided to move an exam and shorten lessons so its 1,200 students can leave early and not miss England's final Group C match in South Africa against Slovenia on June 23. Headmaster Neil Strowger informed parents via e-mail that the school will bring a GCSE food exam forward to start at 12:30pm and shorten each of the days' lessons for other students by five minutes in order to let them go home at 2pm instead of 3:30pm as usual. The decision was made at the request of pupils who have a say in the way the school is run through its Student Voice. However, the decision has not been well received by some parents. One parent, who did not wish to be named, said: "I can't believe the school is spending time re-organising its whole day just because of a football match. It's not as if it was the final." Nick Seaton, of the Campaign for Real Education, said: "This is totally irresponsible. Schools have a responsibility to operate as normal unless there are exceptional circumstances that require them to close." The match is potentially decisive for England's hopes of progressing in the tournament, if they do not beat both USA and Algeria in their opening two matches on June 12 and 18 respectively.

Date:07.06.2010. Time: 22.00


Baby girls seriously hurt in fox attack

Twin baby girls are seriously ill in hospital after being mauled by a fox while sleeping in their cots.

Officers and paramedics were called to a house in Homerton, east London, on Saturday night to reports that the animal had attacked the nine-month-old sisters. A police source said the fox apparently entered through a door on the ground floor that had been left open for ventilation, before attacking the twins in an upstairs room. Their four-year-old brother, who was also sleeping upstairs, escaped injury. Police said the little girls are in a "serious but stable condition" at the Royal London Hospital. They both suffered arm wounds and one of the girls is believed to have facial injuries. After the attack, pest controllers set fox traps in the back garden. A fox was discovered in one of the devices on Sunday night and was humanely destroyed by a vet later. In 2002, Kent woman Sue Eastwood said her 14-month-old baby boy, Louis, was left injured after a fox crept into their house while she slept.

Date: 08.06.2010. Time: 22.00


Drinking too much Alcohol and eating too much Pork and red meet would cause many physical and psychological problems. This man according to his children was a nice man. One day suddenly he killed 12 and injured many. Saalad thinks that:


a)    1) Alcohol dehydrates body. When body is dehydrated thinking becomes abnormal; so if one drinks one glass of Alcohol one should have two glasses of water later on, because one needs to replace the deranged water.


b)    2) Eating red meat and pork will put huge work to the body. When we eat fish it takes 30 minutes for the body to digest it, but eating meat takes seven hours to digest.Body has to work hard to digest red meat.


3)  3)  One who eats a balance diet one will think normal, because the body will be nourished, thinking will be good.   

Date: 09.06.2010. Time: 22.00

"More pollution for the world"

London Motor Show free and open for business
The country's biggest free motor show opened its doors this week in London. The Canary Wharf Motorexpo is playing host to a huge selection of new cars, along with several special activities. We've gathered together the highlights from the first day.

Date: 10.06.2010. Time: 22.00

Do not forget to drink enough water otherwise…
Doctors should ask patients about their drinking habits as a matter of routine, say health advisers. But do you really know the answer?  The weather is getting hot, we need more water because we lose more. Dehydration is damaging our health. It is advised that we need 8 glasses of water each day. Juices, tea, coffee, soup are not water, because they go through the digestive system, water goes from different direction therefore we need 8 glasses of body 's temperature (37 degree) water each day if we live in England, we need more in a hotter countries.


 Date: 11.06.2010. Time: 22.00


Mr. Mohsen Rohulamin age 20 was killed last year in an Iranian jail because he said:
" where is my vote".

The Iranian government said to the green parties and the Iranian oppositions that the government acknowledges the opposition are millions but will not give permission to demonstrate in Tehran, even the Law permits.

Iranian government after a few weeks has refused the green parties applications for a peaceful and silence demonstration which were going to take place on 12.06.2010 at 16.00 in Tehran. The government also did not give permission to ex-prime Minister Mr. Mirhossein Musavi, and ex-parliament speaker Mr. Mehdi Karobi. The explanation was that the arm-forces could not deal with several millions  of people in Tehran, therefore the government promised the oppositions that next year they may be given a permission for demonstration if the green parties apply now.

The Iranian government interprets the law in any way which fits the extremist’s benefits.   So the Iranian government is not following their own constitution therefore is not law enduring government.

Therefore people are going on the roof and express their angers.

Date: 12.06.2010. Time: 22.00


Date:13.06.2010. Time: 22.00


It's never too late to change your habits, and by establishing a healthy lifestyle now, you'll continue to reap the rewards in the future. Discover the facts behind nutrition so you can make informed choices, understand how BMI, or body mass index, affects you, or take part in our six-week diet and exercise programme.

"The excuses"

The pressures of home and family life can also mean it feels as if there's little time left to fit in exercise. It's certainly tough to get started.

So, it's worth thinking about what you gain from regular exercise and making even a partial improvement to your fitness.

1)      Physical inactivity is an independent risk factor for coronary heart disease - in other words, if you don't exercise you dramatically increase your risk of dying from a heart attack


2)      Conversely, exercise means a healthier heart because it reduces several cardiovascular risks, including high blood pressure.


3)      Being physically active can bolster good mental health and help you to manage stress, anxiety and even depression.


4)      Regular exercise can help you achieve and maintain an ideal weight, which can be important in managing many health conditions, or may just make you feel happier about your appearance.


5)      All exercise helps strengthen bones and muscles to some degree, but weight-bearing exercise, such as running, is especially good in promoting bone density and protecting against osteoporosis, which affects men as well as women.


6)      Different exercises help with all sorts of health niggles, such as digestion, poor posture and sleeplessness, and physical activity can be beneficial for a range of medical conditions, from diabetes to lower back pain

Date: 14.06.2010. Time: 22.00

"Mr. David Cameron should learn how to create jobs for people."

Prime Minister Mr. Cameron knows in Britain there are 4 million out of job.

In some countries some President claimed that he would solve the world’s problems.

He also has made an atmosphere that there is enough job for everyone . Please see the picture carefully.

So Mr. David Cameron should learn from him how to create job for people in Britain.

Date: 15.06.2010. Time: 22.00

Increasing solar activity could wreak havoc

The sun waking from a deep sleep may not sound like such a bad thing and years ago it might not have been. However in today's world reliant on technology for the basics of everyday life, increasing levels of solar activity and the flares from the consequent 'space storm' could wreak complete havoc. Nasa is telling us to prepare for a once in a generation storm which could result in widespread blackouts and leave us without critical communication signals for considerable periods of time. The overheating of national power grids, mass disruption of air travel and the complete shutdown of electronic items, navigation devices and major satellites are just some of the consequences of the sun reaching its maximum power in only a few years time. As well as this, the bolt of lightning caused by the super storm could bring disastrous consequences for the world emergency service systems, hospital equipment and of course would leave us without our computers, sat navs and ipods. The worst case scenario would see large parts of the world plunged into darkness for months. Most likely say senior scientists it will last hours and maybe days but this in a world reliant on high tech systems for almost everything we do is likely to have a drastic impact.

Date:16.06.2010. Time: 22.00


Big quake hits Indonesia, tsunami threat: official

A 7.1-magnitude earthquake struck eastern Indonesia on Wednesday, triggering a localised tsunami warning and panic as people fled their homes, officials and residents said.

The quake struck at 12:16 pm (0316 GMT) about 123 kilometres (76 miles) southeast of Biak island, West Papua, officials said. It followed shortly after a 6.2-magnitude quake in the same area. Residents of Manokwari, about 300 kilometres northwest of the epicentre, fled to open spaces as buildings swayed and the earth shook. "There was a swaying movement for about 40 seconds. People ran out of their homes," said reporters in the town. There were no reports of major damage in the sparsely populated area from the quake, which the US Geological Survey measured at 7.0. Indonesia's Geophysics and Meteorological Agency issued a local tsunami warning but the Hawaii-based Pacific Tsunami Warning Centre said no "Pacific-wide" wave was expected. "If a tsunami occurs it could arrive in 10 to 15 minutes because the distance is only about 100 kilometres away," Geophysics and Meteorological Agency technical head Suharjono told AFP.

Date: 17.06.2010. Time: 22.00.

"Brown rice is very healthy"


Brown Rice
Brown rice (or "hulled rice") is un-milled or partly milled rice, a kind of whole, natural grain. It has a mild nutty flavour, is chewier and more nutritious than white rice, and becomes rancid much more quickly. Any rice, including long-grain, short-grain, or sticky rice, may be eaten as brown rice.


Brown rice and white rice have similar amounts of calories, carbohydrates, and protein. The main differences between the two forms of rice lie in processing and nutritional content. When only the outermost layer of a grain of rice (the husk) is removed, brown rice is produced. To produce white rice, the next layers underneath the husk (the bran layer and the germ) are removed, leaving mostly the starchy endosperm. Several vitamins and dietary minerals are lost in this removal and the subsequent polishing process. A part of these missing nutrients, such as vitamin B1, vitamin B3, and iron are sometimes added back into the white rice making it "enriched", as food suppliers in the US are required to do by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). One mineral not added back into white rice is magnesium; one cup (195 grams) of cooked long grain brown rice contains 84 mg of magnesium while one cup of white rice contains 19 mg. When the bran layer is removed to make white rice, the oil in the bran is also removed. Rice bran oil may help lower LDL cholesterol. Among other key sources of nutrition lost are small amounts of fatty acids and fiber. In addition to having greater nutritional value, brown rice is also said to be less constipating than white rice.

Date: 18.06.2010. Time: 22.00

Bottle feeding


Have a look it is very interesting to see that fish being fed by bottle in China, yes it is the time to feed the fish. Bottle feeding has taken a place in china and the fish seem enjoying the new way of feeding but in future would it be possible breast feeding (Joke)?

Date:19.06.2010. Time: 22.00


Football is people’s game

World Cup 2010 - Parents name baby girl 'FIFA'
South African parents are celebrating the World Cup by giving their newborn babies unique names. One baby girl was named 'FIFA' (all in capitals) after the sport's governing body, while another was called 'Ke Nako', a World Cup slogan that means 'it is time'. FIFA Ntshinga was born at Rahima Moosa Hospital in Johannesburg, while baby boy Ke Nako was born to teenage mother Busiswa Landiso and her 21-year-old boyfriend Samuel Ntshiwa, who both are from Bloemfontein. Another couple in Bloemfontein had twin boys during the opening match between South Africa and Mexico and decided to name their kids after the two teams playing. Bafana (South Africa's nickname is Bafana-Bafana) and Mexico Venter were born during the 1-1 draw at Soccer City. Their new dad, Charl (29) said: ''I'm giving them those names as a token of my willingness to know more about the game. "My wife, Riana (26), and I knew in December that we would have twins but for them to be born on this day was a wonderful surprise." FIFA spokeswoman Delia Fischer wished all the World Cup babies and their families the best.

Date: 20.06.2010. Time: 22.00



One should know when, how much and how to have them. Brooklyn should be eaten raw. For more detail read my book. Section time to eat.

Date:21.06.2010.  Time: 22.00

Please provide your baby with enough drinking water

Babies need drinking water during summer.

Fruit juice, tea, coffee are not water, because they go through the digestive system. Water is going to the system from different direction. So mothers should provide babies with enough clean and filtered drinking water. If baby’s urine is yellow and smell badly it may be baby is dehydrated.  

Date: 22.06.2010. Time: 22.00



Isle of Hormoz – An Iranian artist has made a Persian carpet by the sands.  It is very interesting to know that in that Island so much mines and other natural resources exist.

Date:23.06.2010. Time: 22.00



Garlic told Onion that why you stink? Onion said you are stink too, but you are unaware of your terrible smell .

Garlic should be eaten raw

Allium sativum, commonly known as garlic, is a species in the onion family Alliaceae. Its close relatives include the onion, shallot, leek, chive, and rakkyo. Garlic has been used throughout history for both culinary and medicinal purposes. The garlic plant's bulb is the most commonly used part of the plant. With the exception of the single clove types, the bulb is divided into numerous fleshy sections called cloves. The cloves are used for cloning, consumption (raw or cooked), or for medicinal purposes, and have a characteristic pungent, spicy flavour that mellows and sweetens considerably with cooking. The leaves, and flowers (bulbils) on the head (spathe) are also edible, and being milder in flavour than the bulbs, they are most often consumed while immature and still tender. Additionally, the immature flower stalks (scapes) of the hard neck and elephant types are sometimes marketed for uses similar to asparagus in stir-fries. The papery, protective layers of "skin" over various parts of the plant are generally discarded during preparation for most culinary uses, though in Korea immature whole heads are sometimes prepared with the tender skins intact. The root cluster attached to the basal plate of the bulb is the only part not typically considered palatable in any form. The sticky juice within the bulb cloves is used as an adhesive in mending glass and china.

Date: 24.06.2010. Time: 22.00



Eating too much fatty, salty, sugary, overcooked food causes the same damage to your heart than the smoking does to one’s heart.

In my opinion moderation in everything we do will be the key to a good health.  For some people one cigarette a day may be useful. But we are not able to control our habit so it will be ended up to more than one cigarette a day which is harm to one’s health.  We have to practice how to become a reasonable and moderate in everything we do in everyday life.  

Date: 25.06.2010. Time: 22.00

"Healthy eating"

The health and proper functioning of our body depends on food and nutrition that we have in life. Food and Nutrition even seem to mean the same, are different concepts. Food we can take from our environment, foods from the diet (from the mouth to outside) and Nutrition is the set of processes that allow our bodies use the nutrients in food to perform their functions (of mouth to inside). Food is all natural and industrialized products we eat to fill a physical need (hunger). Nutrients are substances found in food and the body needs to perform different functions and maintain health. There are five types of nutrients called: Proteins or protein, fats, or lipids, carbohydrates or carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals.

Date: 26.06.2010. Time: 22.00

"We are what we eat. Even animals look after their babies"


Parents 'Tried To Sell Baby outside Store'

A Californian couple are due in court accused of trying to sell their six-month-old baby for $25 (£17) outside a Walmart store. Patrick Fousek, who was on probation at the time, wandered up to two women outside the supermarket in Salinas, Monterey County, and asked to borrow a mobile phone. The women claim the 38-year-old struck up a conversation before casually asking if they wanted to buy his daughter for the equivalent of £17. They thought he was joking but Fousek persisted and tried to thrust the child into the arms of one of the women. Believing he was being serious, the woman called the police. Fousek rushed to a nearby car where the baby's 20-year-old mother Samantha Tomasini was waiting and they drove away before police had time to arrive. But the quick-thinking women took down the vehicle's registration number. Police traced the car to an apartment block where they reportedly found the couple high on methamphetamine and the baby living in squalor. The child was taken into care and the couple were charged with endangering a child, attempting to abandon a child and being intoxicated on methamphetamine. Fousek received a further charge for violating the terms of his probation. He was jailed along with his twin brother in 2006 after probation officers found the men were running a methamphetamine lab.

Date: 27.06.2010. Time: 22.00



President Obama: “We are going to attack Iran and I give you a burger so that you support USA for a big war in Persian Gulf, we have also offered China some Chinese takeaway food to attract their support too.”


While the whole world is busy with football the YANKEE has been busy  in planning for another war in Persian Gulf. If not? Why this massive warship plus two submarines carrying Atomic bombs  are already in the Persian Gulf?

Date: 28.06.2010. Time: 22.00


Why fast foods are bad, even in moderation?

Eating a diet consisting largely of fast food could cause your waistline to bulge more than eating the same amount of fat from healthier sources. Monkeys fed a diet rich in trans-fats - commonly found in fast foods - grew bigger bellies than those fed a diet rich in unsaturated fats, but containing the same overall number of calories. They also developed signs of insulin resistance, which is an early indicator of diabetes. Trans-fats, or partially hydrogenated oils, are found in many fast foods and also in baked goods and processed snacks. They dramatically increase the risk of heart disease - even more than saturated fats found in animal products. Researchers, wondered how this "killer fat" would affect the risk of diabetes in 51 vervet monkeys. The researchers fed one group of monkeys a diet where 8% of their daily calories came from trans-fats and another 27% came from other fats. This is comparable to people who eat a lot of fried food, say researchers. A different group of monkeys was fed the same diet, but the trans-fats were substituted for mono-unsaturated fats, found in olive oil, for example. Both groups had the same total calories, which were carefully metered to be just enough for subsistence.

Date: 29.06.2010. Time: 22.00





During the final stages of World War II in 1945, the United States conducted two atomic bombings against the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Japan.
After six months of intense strategic fire-bombing of 67 Japanese cities the Japanese government ignored an ultimatum given by the Potsdam Declaration. By executive order of President Harry S. Truman the U.S. dropped the nuclear weapon "Little Boy" on the city of Hiroshima on Monday, August 6, 1945, followed by the detonation of "Fat Man" over Nagasaki on August 9. These two events are the only active deployments of nuclear weapons in war The target was chosen as Hiroshima was a city of considerable military importance, containing Japan's Second Army Headquarters, as well as being a communications centre and storage depot.
Within the first two to four months of the bombings, the acute effects killed 90,000–166,000 people in Hiroshima and 60,000–80,000 in Nagasaki, with roughly half of the deaths in each city occurring on the first day. The Hiroshima prefectural health department estimates that, of the people who died on the day of the explosion, 60% died from flash or flame burns, 30% from falling debris and 10% from other causes. During the following months, large numbers died from the effect of burns, radiation sickness, and other injuries, compounded by illness. In a more plausible estimate of the total immediate and short term cause of death, 15–20% died from radiation sickness, 20–30% from flash burns, and 50–60% from other injuries, compounded by illness. In both cities, most of the dead were civilians.
Six days after the detonation over Nagasaki, on August 15, Japan announced its surrender to the Allied Powers, signing the Instrument of Surrender on September 2, officially ending the Pacific War and therefore World War II. Germany had signed its Instrument of Surrender on May 7, ending the war in Europe. The bombings led, in part, to post-war Japan adopting Three Non-Nuclear Principles, forbidding the nation from nuclear armament. The role of the bombings in Japan's surrender and the U.S.'s ethical justification for them, as well as their strategically importance, is still debated.

Date:30.06.2010. Time: 22.00


You often thought about an apple diet but always stayed away from grapes because you never considered the positive or negative aspect of this little fruit. Grapes can be beneficial to health also. Grapes are good sources of nutrients essential for our body and its health benefits are high when compared to many other fruits. Grapes can be classified into red, blue and white but we associate them as pale green in color. It has plenty of water content and is the most vital ingredient in wine making.

How good are grapes?

• It detoxifies and cleanse the system encouraging weight loss

• It reduces the risk of coronary heart disease and cancer

• Grapes are the sources of vitamin A, B, B6 and folate

• It contains a compound called pterostilbene which reduces cholesterol and triglycerides

• Minerals like potassium, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, iron and selenium are found in grapes

• Copper, manganese and zinc are also present in grapes

• It has fiber and proteins

Grape seeds healthier than the fruit

Grape seeds are powerful antioxidants which blocks premature aging and diseases by controlling free radicals. Some grape seed extracts are known to have 50 times the nutritional value of vitamin E and C. They also have anti viral, anti carcinogenic properties which ensure smooth blood circulation. Grape skins are nutritious too. They destroy cancer cells in the human body.

What’s wrong with grapes?

Grape needs more saliva and digestive juices to make its passage through the human digestive system or it may cause cramps. It has high potassium contents which triggers alkaline balance and stimulates the heart and kidney processes.

Ignoring the minor side effects of grapes and taking advantage of its weight loss benefits and health profits, you must add grapes to your everyday fruit diet. You can pick from any of your favourite colour grapes but eat it regularly and enjoy a new health benefit plan for life.