Good Morning Friends, Wishesh is back with news updates. And today we have got a variety of tit bits on many issues. Read them and enjoy. Well yesterday we witnessed a gloomy climate at Hyderabad, on the contrary it is bright sunny at the moment.
Celebrity Corner: Veteran actor Suman celebrates his birth day today. The veteran dominated the Tollyowood in the late eighties with sensational hits like Sitara, Tharangini, and Neti Bharatham. More recently he played the antagonist in Sivaji, the Boss, with Superstar Rajnikanth. Wishesh wishes Suman a very 'Happy Birthday'.
Days Disaster: UK was gripped by massive power outage in 2003, especially in Southeast England. Infact the outage was so massive that nearly 60 percent of Underground rail network of London came to a grinding halt, leaving thousands stranded at various places.
History Speaks: The disintegration of the unified Soviet Union did not give freedom to Ukraine. But later on this day in 1991 the country gained independence and today is a country on its own.
Tirupati: Devotees rush normal. Sources say that nearly 8 compartments were filled with devotees to have a glimpse of the Lord. Ordinary darshan shall take nearly 5 hours for the devotees in queue. For stats on Monday 64,441 devotees visited the shrine. Special announcement the Pournami Garuda Seva shall be conducted on August 31. TTD plans an elaborate celebrations on the day which include cultural and divine discourses.
Sports: Indian colts are the talk of the town after lifting the U 19 World cup at Townsville, Australia, defeating the former champions Team Australia in the final encounter. With this the colts lift the cup consecutively for the third time joining the elite league with the home team. And the U 19 Indian Skipper Unmukt Chand is the most tweeted personality for his willow display of 111, against the Australians in their own backyards.
Festival time: It is celebrations time, join our Kerala friends to celebrate Onam, on the 29th August. Onam is no longer regional as our Malayalee friends are there everywhere, it becomes almost a national one. Then we have the Ganesh Chathurthi on September 19. Paper Ganesha is going viral and it is good for the environment too. The moment we think of Ganesh Chathurthi, we think of the big idols of the Lord and this time let us make it a point that we go with Eco Ganesha.
Power Outages:Today TDP party will protest over the frequent power cuts, at the Gandhi Statue in the Assembly. Senior TDP leaders minus the party President N Chandra Babu Naidu, who is on a foreign trip, met at the NTR Trust Yesterday. They planned extensive protests across the state, on the erratic power outages. As per Power Crisis, the cities are bearing the brunt of three hour power outage, whereas Corporations have 5 hours and towns have 6 hours power cuts. The worst are the villages which do not have power for nearly 12 hours from 6 am – 6pm. Industries will suffer power outages for three days in a week.
Anti-corruption: Nearly 267 revenue officers were questioned in various corrupt cases across the state, by investigating agencies, in the last three years. Great stats!
From the epics: Bhagavad-Gita: Till now we have seen the first six chapters of the eighteen chapters of the divine epic Bhagavad - Gita.The first six chapters deal mainly with introductions are classified as the Karma Yoga section. In details these are about the science of the individual consciousness attaining communion with the Ultimate Consciousness through actions. Lord Krishna enlightens about the various duties, one has to perform at various stages of life, in a society. The Lord prevails on his disciple the enlightenment that one receives when spiritual guidance. He also reveals the reasons of his descent.
The next six chapters are classified as the Bhakti Yoga section. In details these are about the science of the individual consciousness attaining communion with the Ultimate Consciousness by the path of devotion.
(With inputs from internet-AW AarKay)