Dubai Area Code

    area code

  • A three-digit number that identifies one of the telephone service regions into which the US, Canada, and certain other countries are divided and that is dialed when calling from one area to another
  • a number usually of 3 digits assigned to a telephone area as in the United States and Canada
  • The Chinese Telephone Code Plan is the way to group telephone numbers in the mainland of the People’s Republic of China. Land lines and mobile phones follow different systems: land lines use area codes, while mobile phones do not.
  • A telephone numbering plan is a type of numbering scheme used in telecommunications to allocate telephone numbers to subscribers and to route telephone calls in a telephone network. A closed numbering plan, such as found in North America, imposes a fixed total length to numbers.

    dubai

  • A member state of the United Arab Emirates; pop. 674,100
  • Its capital city, a port on the Persian Gulf; pop. 265,700
  • port city in the United Arab Emirates on the Persian Gulf
  • Dubai, a 2005 Filipino film shot in the country of United Arab Emirates that tackles a story about Overseas Filipino Workers, more specifically about three lives unexpectedly connected by friendship and love.
  • Dubai is a 2001 Big Budget Malayalam thriller film written by Renji Panicker and directed by Joshi. It starred Mammootty in the title role. He played the role of Ravi Mammen, a self-made business man in Dubai.

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Tissot Men's T0394171105700 Tissot V8 Black Chronograph Dial Watch
Tissot Men's T0394171105700 Tissot V8 Black Chronograph Dial Watch
Tissot V8 Chronograph Men’s Watch in a stainless steel case with a steel link bracelet. Stainless steel bezel with tachymeter scale. Black dial with luminescent hands and hour markers. Arabic numerals at the 4, 8 and 12 o’clock positions. Date display at the 3 o’clock position. Chronograph with three sub-dials displaying: 60 seconds, 30 minutes and 1/10th of a second. Quartz movement. Scratch resistant sapphire crystal. Case diameter: 42.5 mm. Case thickness: 10.6 mm. Deployment clasp. Water resistant at 100 meters (330 feet).

A luxurious timepiece with a lot to offer, we think you will be an instant fan of the Tissot Men’s Tissot V8 Black Chronograph Dial Watch. This watch begins with a 42mm stainless steel case, snap-down caseback, and a black bezel with a tachymeter scale. The right side of the case features two stainless steel pushers and a push-pull crown. These elements cradle a black dial with silver-toned luminescent hands, which are powered by Swiss quartz chronograph movement, along with silver-toned Arabic numerals and indices, luminescent markers, and a date window at the 4 o’clock position. The dial, which is protected by a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal, also offers three chronograph sub-dials with second, minute and 1/10th-of-second displays. The watch’s stainless steel strap adorns the wrist, while a stylish deployment clasp ensures it stays there. Timelessly fashionable, this watch will be in style for years to come.

A Wonder Man Called Baba Ramdev

A Wonder Man Called Baba Ramdev
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Swami Ramdev (Hindi: ?????? ??????), born as Ram Krishna on 11 January 1971,[1] is popularly known as Baba Ramdev. He has gained wealth and notoriety through ventures in yoga, alternative medicine and agriculture, as well as his advocacy on Indian political issues.[2]

He was born as Ram Krishn to Gulab Devi and Ram Nivas in the village Saiyad AliPur (Alipur) of Mahendragarh district in Haryana state of India. According to the affidavit filed by him to the Passport Office[1] his date of birth is 11 January 1971. He was inspired by the portraits of Ram Prasad Bismil and Subhas Chandra Bose that were hung in his room.[3] According to his statements in an open Yog Shivir at Shahjahanpur, Uttar Pradesh when he grew up and read the autobiography of Pandit Ram Prasad Bismil, his mind was totally cleansed. After completing his middle education of eighth standard from Shahbajpur Haryana, he joined Aarsh (Arya) Gurukul, Khanpur and studied Sanskrit and Yoga under the guidance of Acharya Praduman.

After he received teachings from Acharya Baldevji, he renounced worldly life, entering into Sanyas and changed his name from Ram Krishn to Ramdev.[4] (Note: The Hindi word swami means master of conscience).

In Kalva Gurukul of Jind district in Haryana India he offered free training of Yog to villagers for some time. Then he moved to Haridwar, Uttar Pradesh and spent several years studying ancient Indian scriptures at Gurukul Kangri Vishwavidyalaya. This included a rare book of Aurobindo Ghosh, Yogik Sadhan, translated from Bangla into Hindi by Pandit Ram Prasad Bismil.[5] After reading this small booklet he went to the caves of Himalaya and practiced intense self-discipline and meditation. According to Sanjay Upadhyaya’s book "Ramdev – Myth and Reality", Ramdev fell seriously ill in his childhood and through his recovery discovered his techniques of yoga and meditation.

He shot into prominence when he started the Divya Yog Mandir Trust with the company of Acharya Bal Krishna. In 2003, Aastha TV began featuring him in its morning yoga slot. Within a few years, he had gathered a huge following.[6] He is known for his efforts of popularizing yoga. The New York Times called him "an Indian, who built Yoga Empire, a product and symbol of the New India, a yogic fusion of Richard Simmons, Dr. Oz and Oprah Winfrey, irrepressible and bursting with Vedic wisdom".[7] His yog-camps are attended by a large number of people in India and abroad.

His flagship project is Patanjali Yog Peeth (a registered Trust which was inaugurated on August 6, 2006 by Bhairon Singh Shekhawat, then Vice President of India). The primary aim of this institution is to build India the world’s largest centre for Ayurved and Yoga with the facilities of treatment, research and training.[8][9]

At present the trust offers treatment to those who cannot afford to pay and for the rest, it is provided at a reasonable cost. Various institutions and medical organizations are also run by the Patanjali Yoga Peeth Trust to study and improve the effectiveness of yoga against diseases like diabetes, hypertension, obesity, etc. Recently the second phase of Patanjali Yoga Peeth has also started its working.

Patanjali Ayurved College, Patanjali Chikitsalaya, Yog Gram, Go-Shala, Patanjali Herbal Botanical Garden, Organic Agriculture Farm, Patanjali Food And Herbal Park Ltd are some of its affiliated institutions which are run under the guidance of Swami Ramdev and his close associate Acharya Bal Krishn. Some useful books are also published by its sister concern Divy Prakashan.

Yog Sandesh is the authorised journal Patanjali Yoga Peeth which is being published in 11 languages viz. Hindi, English, Gujarati, Marathi, Punjabi, Bengali, Oriya, Assamese, Nepali, Kannada and Telugu. Monthly readership of this multi-lingual journal is more than one million.[10]

Patanjali Yog Peeth has acquired a Scottish Island for about ?2 million which was donated by Mr.Sam and Mrs. Sunita Poddar, originally from India and living in Scotland for 25 years, have been running the UK branch of the Patanjali Yoga Peeth Trust.[11] The Little Cumbrae Island, off the fishing town of Largs in Scotland, will also serve as the Patanjali Yog Peeth’s base overseas, where yoga will be taught. This project will be run by Patanjali Yogpeeth (UK) Trust.[12] They have plans to set up a wellness retreat there.

Ramdev has clarified that he has no political ambitions and is not interested in starting a political party, but feels it’s his obligatory duty to reform social and political ambiguities apart from popularising yoga and thus strengthen the country.[13][14]

He has raised a number of political, social and economic issues through his yoga camps (in Hindi Yog Shivir). Most of the issues raised by him demand a drastic change in the governance policies of India.
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Taipei 101

Taipei 101
Currently the tallest building in the world (until the Burj Dubai Tower is completed late 2008). The building is nametd Taipei 101 because of the 101 stories that it has. Futhermore, the name "101" has the meaning 101% and it also serves as a tribute to the digital age – namely the binary code, which uses 1s and 0s.

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