झुर्रियाँ कुछ उपाय | Light in the Darkness of Life

 Light in the Darkness of Life, Light in the Darkness of Life, Light in the Darkness of Life
झुर्रियाँ कुछ उपाय | Light in the Darkness of Life - झुर्रियाँ कुछ उपाय -
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आधा चम्मच दुध की ठंडी मलाई में नींबु के रस की चार पाँच बूंदें मिलाकर झुर्रियाँ पर सोते समय अच्छी तरह मलें। पहले गुनगुने पानी से चेहरा अच्छी मलें। फिर गुनगुने पानी से चेहरा अच्छी तरह धोएं और बाद में खुरदरे तौलिए से रगड-पौंछकर सुखा लें। इसके बाद मलाई दोनों हथेलियों से तब तक मलते रहें जब तक कि मलाई घुलकर त्वचा में रम न जाए। बीस मिनट या आधा घण्टे बाद स्नान कर लें या पानी से धो डालें परन्तु साबुन का प्रयोग न करें। नित्य १५ - २० दिन तक नियमित प्रयोग से झुर्रियाँ दुर होती हैं तथा चेहरे के काले दाग मिट जाते हैं।
 Light in the Darkness of Life
या पके हुए पपीते का एक टुकडा काटकर चेहरे पर घिसें या गूदा मसलकर चेहरे पर लगाएं। कुछ देर बाद स्नान कर लें। कुछ दिन लगातार ऐसा करने से चेहरे की झुर्रियाँ, धब्बे, दूर होते हैं, मैल नष्ट होता है। व मुहाँसे मिटकर चेहरे की रंगत निखरती है।

या 'ई' और 'ओ' बोलते हुए एक बार चेहरे को फैलाएं और फिर सिकोडें। दुसरे शब्दों मे 'ई' के उच्चारण के साथ ऐसी मुद्रा बनाएँ मानों कि आप मुस्कुराने जा रहे है। कुछ क्षण इसी मुद्रा में रहने के बाद होठों को आगे की तरफ बढाते हुए इस प्रकार मुद्रा बनाएँ मानों कि आप सीटी बजाना चाह रहे हैं। इससे गालों का अच्छा व्यायाम होता है जिससे गालों की पुष्टि होती है और झुर्रियाँ से बचाव। यह क्रिया एक बार में १५-२० बार करें और दिन में तीन बार करें।

या मुँह से फूँक मारते हुए गाल फुलाएं व पेट पिचकाएँ फिर नाक से सांस खींचें। इस प्रकार १५-२० बार करें और दिन में तीन बार करें। गाल पुष्ट होंगे।

या चेहरे में आँखों के छोर की रेखाएँ (झुर्रियाँ) मिटाने के लिए खीरे को गोलाई में टुकडे काटकर आँखों के नीचे-ऊपर लगा दें। माथे पर कुछ लम्बे टुंकडे लगाकर तनाव-रहित होकर कुछ देर लेटना चाहिए। इस क्रिया को प्रतिदिन एक बार करने से लगभग दो सप्ताह में ये लकीरें मिट जाती है।

या त्वचा की झुर्रियाँ मिटाने के लिए आधा गिलास गाजर का रस नित्य शाम चार बजे दो तीन सप्ताह लें।

या चेहरे पर झुर्रियों हों ही न ऐसा करने के लिए अंकुरित चने व मूंग को सुबह व शाम खाएँ। इनमें विद्यमान विटामिन 'इ' झुर्रियाँ मिटाने और युवा बनाये रखने में विशेष सहायक होता है।

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Rajasthan Excise rajexcise.net Download Application Form IMFL / BEER/ BHANG etc www.rajexcise.gov.in

Rajasthan Excise rajexcise.net Download Application Form IMFL / BEER/ BHANG etc www.rajexcise.gov.in Download Application Form Click Here
Licensing Fees (NON-EPA Income Details)
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Country Liquor
  Private Sector G.S.M.
Bottling Fees Rs. 2.40 / Bulk Litre Rs. 2.40 / Bulk Litre
Export Fees Not applicable Not applicable
Import Fees Not allowed Not allowed
Transport within the State Every retail licensee of country liquor shall pay Rs.50/- for every permit irrespective of the quantity involved.
IMFL
Permit Fees Rs. 4.00 / Bulk Litre
Import Fees Rs. 5.00 / Bulk Litre if import in bottle
Rs. 3.00 / Bulk Litre if import in bulk
Export Fees Rs. 0.20 / Bulk Litre
Surcharge 25% of Excise Duty For all retail on licencee
Rs. 15/- Per B.L. for C.S.D. /Deffence Service Personnel
Bottling Fees Rs. 2.40/ Bulk Litre For Own Brands and
Rs. 2.40 / Bulk Litre For Franchisee Brands
BEER
Permit Fees Rs. 4.00 / Bulk Litre
Import Fees Rs. 5.00 / Bulk Litre
Export Fees Not applicable
Bottling Fees Rs. 1.50 / Bulk Litre For Own Brands and
Rs. 2.30 / Bulk Litre For Franchisee Brands
Transport within the State Manufactures of I.M.F.L., Beer and Country Liquor shall in addition to fee a sum of Rs. 500/- for each permit or pass (irrespective of the quantity involved) obtained for sending out the liquor.

Download Application Form Click Here  HOTELS/CLUB/BAR
S.No. Category Initial fee for licence for year or part thereof
(Rs. in lacs)
A.
Luxury Hotel/Train
1. Five Star Hotel
2. Four Star Hotel
3. Three Star Hotel
4. Luxory Train
 
15.00
10.00
8.00
8.00
B.
Heritage Hotel
1. Category 'A'
2. Category 'B'
3. Category 'C'

Note: The category of the heritage hotel would be decided by a committee constituted by the State Government in this behalf whose decision shall be final
 
8.00
2.00
1.00
 
C.
Other Hotels
1. Hotels situated in and within 5 Kms of the municipal or urban agglomeration limit, whichever is the farther, of:
 
(a) Jaipur and Jodhpur
(b) Other Divisional Headquarters, Mt. Abu and Jaisalmer
(c) Other District Headquarters
(d) Other Municipalities and Bhiwadi, (District Alwar)
2. Situated in Other places not covered by clause 1.
 
 
6.00
5.00
 
4.00
2.50
 
1.50

D.
Club Bar
1. In Jaipur
2. In other Places
 
1.50
1.00
RESTAURANT BAR
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S.No. Places where Restaurants are situated
Initial fee (Rs. in lacs)
1.
Restaurants situated in and within 5 Kms of, municipal or urban agglomeration limit, which ever is farther, of:
(a) Jaipur and Jodhpur
(b) Other Divisional Headquarters, Mt. Abu and Jaisalmer
(c) Other District Headquarters
(d) Other Municipalities and Bhiwadi (District Alwar)
 
4.00
3.25
 
2.50
2.00
2.
Other places not covered by S.No.1
 1.00

PERMIT FEES (For Other Categories)

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S.No. Name Of Excisable Article
Permit Fees Per Bulk Litre/Kg.
    Bringing Into (in Rs.) Sending Outside
(in Rs.)
Transport Within (in Rs.)
1.
1(A)
(a) Absolute Alcohol, and Methylated Alcohol
  Denatured Spirit and Preparation thereof
6.00
 
6.00
10.00
 
2.00
4.00
 
4.00
2.
(a) Rectified Spirit,For manufacture of Country Liquor, Extra Neutral Alcohol, High Bouquet Spirit and like Sprits / Alcohols for Liquor Manufacture
(b) Rectified Spirit, For Other Purposes
(c) Extra Neutral alcohol, high bouquet spirit and like spirits/ alcohol for other purposes
7.00

15.00

6.00
2.00
 
2.00

2.00
2.50

2.50

2.50
3. Imported Liquor/Beer Deleted Deleted Deleted
4.
IMFL
FOREIGN LIQUOR
(a) Bottled
(b) Bulk
 
 
5.00
3.00
 
 
0.20
-
 
 
4.00
-
5. Beer 5.00 - 4.00
6. Country Liquor - - 50.00 Per Permit
7. Bhang per kg. 10.00 - 5.00
8. Heritage Liquor (IMFL) - 10.00 4.00
9. LPH 5.00 3.00 4.00
9. Molasses Per Qtl. 1.50 - -(+) Rs. 100/- per permit
   
(b) Manufactures of IMFL, beer and country liquor shall pay in addition to fee calculated at the rates indicated in the table above a sum of Rs. 500/- for each permit or pass (irrespective of the quantity involved) obtained for sending out the liquor; and
   
(c) Every retail licensee of country liquor shall pay Rs.50/- for every permit irrespective of the quantity involved.]
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Chartered Accountants IPCC was held in November, 2013 by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI). And now they are going to announce the CA IPCC exam result 2014 for all the candidates who had participated in the examination.

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Women Empowerment In India Helping Women Get Online

Women Empowerment In India Helping Women Get Online Women Empowerment In India

As today women are equal with men. But we have to give more importance to develop rural women empowerment. We have to put a special focus on empowering women and girls, becausethey hold the key to long-lasting social change in communities. Empowering women must be a united approach, a cause that requires continued attention and stewardship by all. We need to augment the efforts for empowering women and enhance their progress. It is our moral, social and constitutional responsibility to ensure their progress by providing them with equal rights and opportunities.
Today women with their smartness, grace and elegance have conquered the whole world. With their hard work and sincerity, they have excelled in each and every profession. Women are considered to be more honest, meticulous, and efficient and hence more and more companies prefer hiring women for better performance and result. Nobody ever thought of this before, to give preference to female job seekers.



In Indore they bank on women entrepreneurs Google HWGO

Bharatiya Mahila Bank opens state's first branch in the city. City women felt a sense of empowerment on Thursday when Bharatiya Mahila Bank opened its branch in Indore, a first in the state and ninth in the country.
The bank will offer special schemes to women entrepreneurs and weaker sections of the society.  For girl students, it will provide educational loans for courses like pilot and airhostess training.
“The bank will work for women and other deprived sections of the society and will stress on offering financial products to enable them become self reliant,”  said  Snehlata Srivastava, additional secretary Union ministry of finance, while inaugurating the branch here. “Even men can open account and avail facilities available s at the branch,” she added.
On the occasion, Srivastava also handed out loan cheques to five self-help groups and also felicitated first five account holders.
Bank DGM Ashok Gandhi said that they would offer 4.5% interest to account holders on deposits up to Rs one lakh and 5% on deposits above Rs one lakh, which is more than the interest offered by other banks.
Women customers who stepped into the branch after the inauguration were seen brimming with newly-found sense of empowerment. “No one can imagine what women are capable of. This bank will offer us a chance to prove that we are not inferior to men in any way,” said Preeti Nandi, a school teacher who opened an account here.
A student, Tanya Malik, was all praise for loan service of the bank. “I had applied for an educational loan with a public sector bank but it did not even respond to my application. Here, at BMB, the branch manager himself helped me get the loan in no time,” said she.
On Thursday, the bank also opened its eighth branch in New Delhi.



India contributes $1 mn to UN Women Google Launches HWGO

India has contributed $1 million to the core voluntary budget of UN Women (United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women) for the financial year 2013- 2014.
This contribution constitutes the fourth installment of India's multi-year pledge to provide five million dollars as core predictable funding to UN Women's resources, and takes India's existing contribution to $ 4 million to UN Women, so far.
India's Permanent Representative to the UN Asoke K Mukerji handed over a cheque for the amount Friday to Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, Under Secretary General and Executive Director of UN Women.
Mukerji also reaffirmed India's steadfast commitment to the goals of gender equality, the empowerment of women and gender mainstreaming, as enshrined in the mandate of UN Women.
He also encouraged UN Women to focus on increasing the use of ICT and new technologies for empowerment of women.
India was one of the founding members of the Executive Board of the UN Women. 



Incense industry empowering rural Indian women GOOGLE HWGO

The fortune that lies at the bottom of the pyramid is what makes India attractive economically. But what is forgotten is that to unearth that fortune, the market needs to be nurtured and grown. The 640,000 or more villages in India are predominantly dependent on agriculture. They are vulnerable to monsoon's vagaries and thus look for alternative sources of income.
The incense industry is a labour-intensive industry with each incense stick being handcrafted, predominantly by women workers.  
The industry has long been benefiting from this resource. These women spend few hours a day rolling incense sticks after attending to the daily needs of their homes. In the past few years, there has been a rise in training for activities like agarbathi rolling that has promoted economic independence, and employment for a large number of people, especially women seeking extra income.  
The Rs 2000-crore agarbathi industry is dependent predominantly on rural India. Many industries can use this untapped resource and connect with the rural families providing both livelihood and rural empowerment.
The incense industry has always had low entry and exit barriers due to easily available raw materials, a relatively simple process of manufacturing and high dependence on labour. Earlier, entrepreneurs would venture into the category with a short-term business interest.
Post the 1990s, as the Indian economy started opening up, globalisation and rapid development of technology and communication created several jobs in the country.
Increase in the per capita income of customers also enhanced the demand for better incense. This saw the industry consolidate from several small players to a few large companies. Several NGOs and government institutions have approached the incense manufacturers to provide training in incense stick making and thus employment in economically deprived areas.
Cycle Pure Agarbathies play a leading role in empowering rural women by training them in bamboo splitting and hand rolling and we have various training and distribution-collection centres across states like Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Bihar and several areas in the North East. 



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