Showing posts from May, 2010

Donate Blood - It could save someones life

Recently come across very good compilation on the basics tips for blood donors.
Certain myths need to understand and have to get rid off for active participation in regular blood donation.

Some basic health conditions have to be met by donors. A donor should: Person above 18 years of age and over 45 Kgs. in weight can donate blood once in three monthsA normal adult has five to six liters of blood in his/her body of which only 300 ml is used during blood donation.This blood is replaced by your body within 24 to 48 hours!No special diet, rest or medicine is required after blood donation.The donor should not have taken any medicine in the last 48 hours.The donor should not have contacted jaundice in the previous three years.Every donor is given a medical checkup prior to donation to see if he/she is medically fit and doesn't suffer from anemia, high blood pressure etc. Should be free of any disease at the time of donationThe …

Ratan Tata and his dedicated effort for the Mumbai 26/11 relief work

Recently one of my friend share this information about Ratan Tata and his efforts towards 26/11 Mumbai victims.

Wondering why this is still not covered in any media?
I do not have any doubt on this case. We know Ratan Tata and his down to earth attitude

So here is the actual elaborated text:

Ratan Tata is the chairman of Indian Hotels who own the Taj Mahal Hotel Mumbai, which was the target of the terrorists on 26/11/08.

Hotel President a 5 star property also belongs to Indian Hotels.

The following is really touching.

What Ratan Tata did for the Mumbai victims.... Don't miss!!!!!!


A. The Tata Gesture

1. All category of employees including those who had completed even 1 day as casuals were treated on duty during the time the hotel was closed.

2. Relief and assistance to all those who were injured and killed

3. The relief and assistance was extended to all those who died at the railway station, surroundings including the “Pav- Bha ji” vendor and the pan shop ow…