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[Hindi Jokes] Digest Number 3230

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Digest #3230
Dil Tod Diya Mera by "Prishi Pari" prishipari
Beauty Of Animal Eyes by "Deepak Punjabi" indigoblue2005
The Wonders Of Nature by "Deepak Punjabi" indigoblue2005
Gorilla Twins by "Deepak Punjabi" indigoblue2005
Prishi Pari Ke Funny Jokes by "Prishi Pari" prishipari
Jab Kuch Sapne Adhure Reh Jate Hain by "Prishi Pari" prishipari


Fri Mar 22, 2013 5:34 am (PDT) . Posted by:

"Prishi Pari" prishipari

Dil Tod Diya Mera <>
<> कुछ तो
दुनिया की इनायात ने
दिल तोड़ दिया
<> कुछ
तेरी मोहब्बत ने दिल
तोड़ दिया
<> हम तो
समझे थे के बरसात मे
बरसेगी शराब
<> आयी
बरसात तो बरसात ने दिल
तोड़ दिया
<> दिल तो
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आँसू ना बहे
<> इश्क़
की ऐसी हकीकत ने दिल
तोड़ दिया
<> वो मेरे
हैं मुझे मिल ही
जायेंगे <>
ऐसे बेकार खयालात ने
दिल तोड़ दिया
<> आपको
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नहीं हे <>
जाने क्यों ऐसे
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<> Kuchh to dunniya ki inayaat ne
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shharaabAayi barssaat to barssaat ne dil tod diyaaDil to rota rahhe aur
aankh sse aanssu naa bahheIshq ki aissi haqeekaat ne dil tod diyaaWo
mere hain mujhhe mil hi jaayengeAisse bekkaar khhyalat ne dil tod
diyaaAapko pyaar hai mujhse ki nahi heJaane kyu aisse savaalat ne dil
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Fri Mar 22, 2013 6:06 am (PDT) . Posted by:

"Deepak Punjabi" indigoblue2005

Mesmerising pictures reveal the incredible beauty of animal eyesThe close-up pictures show the eyes of various lizards and frogsFrench wildlife photographer travelled the world for the project'I was enchanted by the strange beauty,' he says

By DAMIEN GAYLEPUBLISHED: 12:34 GMT, 21 March 2013 | UPDATED: 17:29 GMT, 21 March 2013
These unnervingly alien-looking reptile and amphibian eyes seem to be staring straight into your soul.The mesmerising close-up shots show the remarkable ocular variety the creatures have developed through millions of years of evolution.Professional wildlife photographer Daniel Heuclin travelled the world to capture the images of various tropical frogs and lizards peering straight into the lens.Daniel Heuclin's favourite picture: 'The texture and palette of colours in such a small space is astonishing,' he said of this picture of the eye of a Panther chameleon pictured in the wild in MadagascarSeething? A Madagascan tomato frog, named for their bright red colour, appears to peer down his nose in anger at something that is out of shotPensive: A Cuban tree frog narrows his pupils and stares into the distance as if deep in thoughtFeline: The vertical slits of this Philippine monarch gecko's eyes are reminiscent of those on a catWindows to the soul: A
slender-legged treefrog poses patiently for his pictureHe was struck by the differences he found - from the bright red iris of a Cuban tree frog to the exquisite mosaic pattern of a chameleon's eye.'I was enchanted by the strange beauty of these interesting creature's striking eyes,' said the 65-year-old Frenchman.&#39;It took me a few minutes to take the photographs, but they will be extraordinarily different forever.
 'My favourite image is of the chameleon's eye - the texture and palette of colours in such a small space is astonishing.'Mr Heuclin, from Vaux en Couhe, France, snapped the tomato frog and chameleon in Madagascar.The Tokay gecko was photographed on Panay island, in the Phillipines, and the Monarch gecko in Luzon, Phillipines.The slender-legged tree frog was captured in French Guiana and the Cuban tree frog in Everglades Nal park.The Cape verde gecko and the green tree frog were observed in captivity.Mr Heuclin specialises in photographing reptiles, amphibians and rare species.Been burning the midnight oil? The red-eyed treefrog has a glazed, determined expressionDilated: This Tokay gecko was pictured in the PhilippinesUnnerving: The contracted pupils of this giant Cape Verde gecko make it seem like a creature from another world


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Fri Mar 22, 2013 6:24 am (PDT) . Posted by:

"Deepak Punjabi" indigoblue2005

The wonders of nature: Camouflaged stick insects and fighting seals among winners of ecological photography competitionBy LEON WATSONPUBLISHED: 00:00 GMT, 22 March 2013 | UPDATED: 08:40 GMT, 22 March 2013
Two bloodied seal battle it out for supremacy in front of 127 females, and a stick insect almost, but not quite, camouflaged.These are just two of the stunning pictures illustrating some of the wonders of nature that were winners in the journal BMC Ecology's annual image competition.The overall winner was the snap of the stick insect - or Timema poppensis - pictured against its host, the redwood tree (Sequoia sempervirens)
This brutal photograph of two male southern elephant seals (Mirounga leonina) fighting over a harem of 127 females was taken by Laltitia Kernal Eguen, a PhD student at Deakin University, AustraliaOverall winner Moritz Muschick, from the University of Sheffield, depicts the startling camouflage of a Timema poppensis stick insect against its host tree, the redwood Sequoia sempervirensThe contrast of stunning green stripes and a pitch black background highlights the co-evolution of the two species - placing the viewer into the role of a predatory bird responsible for selecting this colourful mimicry.The eye behind the winning image is Moritz Muschick from the University of Sheffield.The runner up depicts a sub-alpine flower meadow in Colorado, captured by Benjamin Blonder from the University of Arizona. The judges said: 'The emphasis here is not on survival, but on reproduction: the dull but functional photosynthetic green seems an almost insignificant
background compared to the waving of riotously coloured floral genitalia.&#39;The Image Competition was open to everyone affiliated with a research institution. From fieldworkers to desk-based computational modellers, the entries needed to depict a specific ecological interaction, and could be submitted to one of five categories that reflect the editorial sections of the journal.In addition to the winner and runner up, the judges, who include Bang Goes the Theory's Dr Yan Wong, chose five section winners, and an editor's pick.
Community, Population and Macroecology category winner Michael Siva-Jothy, from University of Sheffield, said: 'I was taking pictures of scarce swallowtails on Scabius flowers when I heard a Polistine wasp buzzing around'Landscape Ecology and Ecosystems category winner Yulin Jia depicts a rice paddy in Yuanyang, ChinaHighly commended: Nesting gannets is a portrait of practical conservation in actionThey said they struggled with their decisions as the standard of entries was so high, so in addition there were 19 'highly commended' images that excel in either sheer visual beauty, technical skill, or storytelling.
Dr Yan Wong said: 'Looking through the entries was a fascinating journey into a thriving jungle of ecological research - all the more enjoyable because many of the images submitted were visually stunning.Ralph Aerts, a postdoctoral researcher from the University of Leuven (Belgium) and University of Utah (U.S.), took this in an area of high-shade tree cover in the Peruvian AndesA bird on the jawbone of a farm animal. This picture was highly commendedThis man serves as an awe-struck yardstick, emphasizing the sheer scale of the tree Ceiba pentandra'This wasn't simply a search for an amazing picture, however. Just as important were the ecological processes depicted. Ideally, images should immediately hint at one or more ecological processes, yet leave some hidden depths which open up on closer inspection.&#39;Simon Harold, senior executive editor for the BMC Series of journals, added: 'Although natural history photography competitions are relatively
commonplace in this era of digital photography, it struck me that professional ecologists might view the natural world differently to wildlife photographers or amateur naturalists. 
The runner up was Benjamin Blonder, a PhD student from University of Arizona with this stunning snapAn iridescent green bee collecting bright yellow pollen from a purple Vellozia flowerA hoverfly in mid flight. This was another picture that was highly commended'This competition was a means for these researchers to show off what they find so compelling about the research to which they have dedicated their working lives - from the world of lowly arctic bacteria, to the richly biodiverse tropics. And this wasn't only a photo competition.'A dedicated category for the more theoretical side of this science also gave a nice opportunity for desk-bound ecologists to get creative and come up with some neat ways to visualise data in what is an inherently noisy natural world.'The journal has also donated money to the Wytham Woods Appeal Fund, which is affiliated to Oxford University. Wytham Wood were bequeathed to the University in 1943, and are one of the most
studied areas of woodland in the world.A male broad-tailed hummingbird (Selasphorus platycercus), visits a scarlet gilia (Ipomopsis aggregata) flower at the Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory, in ColoradoInteractions between a crab and its biotic shelterThe Arabian babblers lining up togetherThe diaphanous tentacles of a squid give this image a soft, aesthetic quality which sits in edgy contrast to the killing which has just taken placeThe efficient dispatching of a bee by a well hidden spiderCommunication in bulldog ants (Myrmecia nigriscapa), Sydney, Australia


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Fri Mar 22, 2013 6:39 am (PDT) . Posted by:

"Deepak Punjabi" indigoblue2005

Cuddliest twins in the jungle: Young gorillas get a hug from Mum after a busy day exploring the forestMountain gorilla Kabatwa went forest walking with her five-month-old twinsIsango and Isangano are fifth set of gorilla twins born in Rwanda in 40 years

David Derbyshire


00:27 GMT, 21 March 2013



07:28 GMT, 21 March 2013

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Twin babies might be hard work
for their exhausted mothers â€" but all that effort is worth every second
when it’s time for a cuddle.These
delightful pictures show Kabatwa, the proud mother, drawing her
youngsters to her during a Rwandan rainforest downpour - less ‘Gorillas
in the Mist’ than gorillas in the deluge.With
fewer than 900 mountain gorillas left in the wild, the birth of twins
is particularly exciting for conservationists as well as for their

Help, Mum, it's starting to rain: Her hair
matted by the deluge, Kabatwa her long comforting arms around her boys.
It's been an exciting day but soon it will be time for bed

Let's go exploring: Hand-in-hand, Isango and Isangano discover the delights of their forest home

Mountain gorillas have babies only
every four or five years and twins are extremely rare. This pair are
only the fifth set recorded in Rwanda in 40 years. They
are called Isango (which means ‘Appointment’) and Isangano (which means
‘Crossroad’) -  the Rwandans favour what we would think of as unusual
names for gorillas - there are others called ‘Word’, ‘Known’, ‘Advisor’
and ‘Greetings’.Isango
and Isangano â€" pictured here at five months â€" were born in 2011. The
family belong to a group of nine gorillas known as the ‘Hirwa’ (‘lucky
one’) group, living in the Parc National des Volcans (Volcanoes Park),

Gorilla mothers invest huge amounts
of time and love in their offspring. The babies are born helpless, with
their eyes tightly shut.
the first three to four months, they cling to their mother’s chest 24
hours a day while she spends long periods stroking, touching and
kissing them.After four
months, youngsters are able to sit up and to stand with a helping hand.
Soon afterwards they begin to crawl and start to explore the forest
floor â€" and the other members of the group.When these pictures were taken, the twins were just starting to become more independent.

Hold on tight: The big wide world can be a scary place for these brothers
They were old enough to cadge piggy-back rides from Mum and to enjoy playing with other babies or even adults.Mountain
gorillas â€" who are shaggier than their lowland cousins - live in family
groups of up to 30, with typical groups containing 11.They
are led by a dominant male silverback, who is fiercely protective of
any babies. Any member of the group will defend the youngsters if they
are attacked or threatened.


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Fri Mar 22, 2013 7:24 am (PDT) . Posted by:

"Prishi Pari" prishipari

ishi Pari Ke Funny Jokes <>
when i cry no one see my tears,
when i'm worried no one see my pain,
when i'm happy no one see my smile,
but, 1 ladki ki saath ghumne jao to
saare dinya dekh lete hai .....

court mein pati ne apni patni se
talak lene ki liye.
and kaha: mein is ki saath khush

nahi hu mujhe talak chaye
patni boli.
sara muhalla khush hai
bas isse k nakhree hai


Mere dil ko bohot jhatkaa laga
jab mein mandir mein gaye
jab meine 1 ladki ko cigratte peete
dekh liya kasam se mere haath se
wisky ki bottle choot gaye <>

Father: Tere Result da ki hoya?
Son : Sharma ji na munda fail ho gaya
Father: Tera result da ki hoya?
Son : Gupta ji da bhi munda Fail ho gaya
Father: Kanjar tere result na ki hoya?
Son : Tussi kedi bill gates ho twada munda v fail ho gaya

Ye mat sochna ki hum tumhe yaad nahi karte
yaad to bohot karte hai
but jab tumhari bohot yaad aate hai to bas
Jal Tu Jaalaal tu ka jaap kar lete hai

Girl= Janu So Jao Na Dekho Rat Ke 2 Baj Rahy Hain.,

B0y= Neend Nahi Aa Rahi.,

Girl= Jan Q Itna Sochty Ho Mere Bary Mein,
Itna Pyar Karty Ho Mujh Sey.
Main Tumhari Hi To Hoon.,

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Fri Mar 22, 2013 11:22 am (PDT) . Posted by:

"Prishi Pari" prishipari

Jab Kuch Sapne Adhure Reh Jate Hain
<> जब कुछ
सपने अधुरे रह जाते
हैं, <> तब
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जाते हैं..
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