Harish Jharia

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24 March 2010

How to protect looking glasses from damages…

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Suspend them on hooks...

How to protect looking glasses from damages…

It is a common problem for people to take care of their spectacles while not in use. We use to keep our glasses on table, on TV, on the sill of a fireplace or even we toss them on anything whatever.

This practice results in damaged optical surfaces of the lenses due to rubbing marks, scratches, pits and chippings. We do not have time, sensitivity and patience to put the pairs of glasses in their carrying-cases while at home.   

It is a good idea to attach tiny hooks on your work places and bedrooms right within your easy reach. You may hang your spectacles / looking glasses / goggles on these hooks and keep them safe from potential damage.

Just try this Idea and post your comment right here…

- Harish Jharia
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12 March 2010

How to Remove Oil Spilled Over Our Clothes…

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How to Remove Oil Spilled Over Our Clothes…
It becomes a big embarrassing problem when we spill oil on our clothes, for the simple reason that oil stains cannot be removed by normal cleaning in washing machines.
Now here is a way to remove oil from your clothes… all by yourself.  Here is the way-out that can be done right at home:
  1. Take your ironing plank / table
  2. Spread a tissue paper on it
  3. Sprinkle talcum powder on the tissue paper
  4. Spread the oil stained cloth on the talcum powder evenly stretched
  5. Sprinkle talcum powder on the oil stained portion of cloth
  6. Spread another tissue paper on the talcum powder
  7. Now… move a moderately hot iron on the tissue paper for 2 minutes
  8. Repeat this drill with fresh sets of tissues and talcum powder for 3 to 5 times until the oil-stain vanishes and you are done.
-Harish Jharia
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08 March 2010

Double-cross policy is not safe for you…





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Double-cross policy is not safe for you…

Double-cross is a policy of betrayal when someone befriends with two individuals, provoke each of them and create rift for his own benefit or even for quenching his evil desires.

Double-cross policy of betrayal is not safe for us because the people whom we betray might someday become friends and then our evil deeds will be uncovered and eventually we will be ignored and discriminated in the society.
-Harish Jharia



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03 March 2010

Crazy Ideas: Glaucoma patients... Beware of Yoga:

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Glaucoma patients: Beware of Yoga...

In yoga there is an aasana ‘sheershaasan’ (head stand). It is believed that doing this yoga exercise at 50+ age, might affect adversely on your eye pressure (intraocular pressure).

If the intraocular pressure shoots-up beyond permissible limits you might get Glaucoma that can lead to blindness. Because high eye-pressure will damage the optic nerve and will end up in a blind eye.

People at the age of 50 and above are advised to be careful about their eyes and get their eye-test done on regular basis.

Please browse the following sites to know more about Glaucoma:
http://www.stlukeseye.com/Conditions/Glaucoma.asp
http://www.djo.harvard.edu/site.php?url=/patients/pi/415

-Harish Jharia

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