Wednesday, August 29, 2012

[Hindi_Jokes] Digest Number 3103

7 New Messages

Digest #3103
Puzzle by "sanskriti patel" sanskriti_patel
rabbits wallpapers by "Amrita Prakash" aas.passj
Birds Wallpapers by "bechain neeghain" lubnadaisy
sunflower wallpapers by "Amrita Prakash" aas.passj
Who to save leather items in monsoon by "sanskriti patel" sanskriti_patel
!~! Chinese Man Builds Himself Bionic Hands!! by "sanskriti patel" sanskriti_patel
China's preparation for Next Olympics by "sanskriti patel" sanskriti_patel


Tue Aug 28, 2012 5:10 am (PDT) . Posted by:

"sanskriti patel" sanskriti_patel

Trick Teaser 

Twins(Adarsh and Anupam) were born in May but their birthday is in June.hows this possible ?

Solution :  May is the town the were born and June is the month


Tue Aug 28, 2012 5:11 am (PDT) . Posted by:

"bechain neeghain" lubnadaisy

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Tue Aug 28, 2012 5:12 am (PDT) . Posted by:

"sanskriti patel" sanskriti_patel

How to Protect Leather Items in the Rains
Your patent leather shoes and Gucci leather belt are expensive, 
so it is only necessary to take utmost care of these products that deserve some pampering. And a time that they need your undying attention, is during the rains. Leather products are durable provided you take a few precautions during its lifetime. Let’s look at ways we can protect our leather items and make them last longer.
· The first thing to note is that the quality of your leather needs to be good in the first place. Soft leather can tear down and loose its shine when damaged in the rains. Make sure you buy boots or bags that are worth its price and from a reputed brand/shop.
· Dust off the dirt on your leather goods with a brush without putting too much pressure. Then, apply a thin layer of wax polish to prevent discolouration if exposed to water.
· Make sure you keep your leather items away from moist areas, which means storing it in a completely dry place is important. Keeping it safely in waterproof boxes or a cloth bag ensures protection against moisture.
· Your leather jacket is precious and fragile at the same time if care is not taken. So make sure you keep it clean. We recommend giving it for regular wash to your professional dry cleaner instead of trying to clean it at home. Your leather jacket needs to breathe, so hang it on a wooden hanger to retain its shape or store it in a cloth bag to avoid dust.
· If your shoes, wallet or bag are already wet, do not keep them under heat to dry. This can ruin the quality of your leather. Let it dry naturally after you have drained out the excess water.
· Clean your leather after a long day out in the open by using a damp, and not wet, cloth.
· Apply a leather cream or balm to your shoes when they lose their shine. It’s a quick way to bring it back to life.
· When buying your leather jacket or shoe, look at the label and always follow the manufacturer’s instructions when it comes to cleaning and drying.
· With time your leather boots might need some help in retaining its original shape. Stuff them with tissue paper to keep shape.

Leather products are vintage and classy but need to be taken care of every once in a while. Simple efforts can bring you great results keeping the leather quality intact. All that is required is some conditioning, polishing, cleaning and care.


Tue Aug 28, 2012 5:13 am (PDT) . Posted by:

"sanskriti patel" sanskriti_patel

!~! Chinese Man Builds Himself Bionic Hands!!
Invention: Sun Jifa, lost both his hands when a bomb he was creating for blast fishing in Guanmashan, Jilin province, northern China, exploded prematurely
A man who lost both hands when a homemade bomb exploded has finally created a new pair of arms after eight years of planning. 

Sun Jifa could not afford the hospital's prosthetic limbs after the explosive for blast fishing detonated prematurely, but desperately needed the use of his hands to work on the family farm.

That's when the 51-year-old from Guanmashan, Jilin province, northern China, decided to create his own bionic hands.

Determined: The 51-year-old spent eight years making his bionic hand
'I survived but I had no hands and I couldn't afford to buy the false hands the hospital wanted me to have - so I decided to make my own,' he explained.
Sun spent eight years making prototypes before finally creating a pair of metal hands which can grip and hold thanks to a series of wires and pulleys inside the shell.
'I control them with movements from my elbows and I can work, love normally and feed myself just like anyone else,' explained the real life tin man.

Idea: 'I survived but I had no hands and I couldn't afford to buy the false hands the hospital wanted me to have - so I decided to make my own,' he explained
Difficulty: The only drawback is that steel is quite heavy so they're tiring to wear and get hot or cold in the extremes of summer and winter, said Sun
'The only drawback is that steel is quite heavy so they're tiring to wear and get hot or cold in the extremes of summer and winter,' added Sun.
Now he plans to develop the design for other similarly disabled people.
'I made this from scrap metal for virtually nothing. There is no need to pay hospitals a fortune,' he said.


Tue Aug 28, 2012 5:13 am (PDT) . Posted by:

"sanskriti patel" sanskriti_patel

Mass Production of Olympic Champions in China

* China is one of the top countries today when it comes to sports records. Chinese team is currently on the first place in London Olympics standings. But the golden medals of Chinese sportsmen are achieved through painstaking trainings that start in the early childhood. Is the Olympic success worth the children’s tears? It’s up to you to decide.


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