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A group of office staff have discovered they work better together when they are NAKED.

Workers at design and marketing company onebestway in Newcastle upon Tyne stripped off at the encouragement of their boss, who thought the move would boost business.

The ailing company had seen six redundancies since the start of the credit crunch when business psychologist David Taylor was brought in to boost team spirit.

 

 

 

 

 

 

In the buff: The workers at onebestway took a week to steel their nerves for Naked Friday

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Not ashamed: Sam Jackson said she felt ‘totally comfortable’

The event, dubbed Naked Friday, was deemed a huge success and is even credited with turning around the firm’s fortunes.

By Daily Mail Reporter

Source : http://www.coldplaying.com/forum/showthread.php?s=e53dd9e23c5fb3e64011ba53f18151ed&p=3185833#post3185833

 

 

 


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WHEN A THIEF FORCES YOU TO TAKE MONEY FROM THE ATM, DO NOT ARGUE OR RESIST,
YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW WHAT HE OR SHE MIGHT DO TO YOU. WHAT YOU SHOULD DO IS TO PUNCH YOUR PIN IN THE REVERSE, I..E IF YOUR PIN IS 1254, YOU PUNCH 4521.


THE MOMENT YOU PUNCH IN THE REVERSE, THE MONEY WILL COME OUT BUT WILL BE
STUCK INTO THE MACHINE HALF WAY OUT AND IT WILL ALERT THE POLICE WITHOUT THE NOTICE OF THE THIEF.
EVERY ATM HAS IT; IT IS SPECIALLY MADE TO SIGNIFY DANGER AND HELP. NOT EVERYONE IS AWARE OF THIS.

share THIS TO ALL YOUR FRIENDS AND THOSE YOU CARE

NOTE : this info i got from mail. so contact your service provider that they are providing this service or not.


Bindisha Sarang,Outlook Money

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Picture    this. You are  in a tearing  hurry and  you pay off  the taxi guy  as you reach  your  destination.  He gives you  the change,  which you  hastily dump in your purse and rush. Off you go to a shopping mall to buy something. You pay at the counter with the notes you just got from the taxi guy.

The salesperson looks at one of the notes with suspicion and gives you an eerie look. He checks the note against fluorescent blue light, smells, crushes and lick tests it. Yuck! You say in disgust. He declares it fake and asks you for another one.

Standing agape, you demand he takes it. He threatens to call the police. You run for your life.

You better do!

Rakesh Maria, joint police commissioner (crime), Mumbai City, says: “Possession of fake notes is an offence. One Rs 5 fake note is good enough [to be guilty of possession].” Well, now that you have a fake note in possession, you are already in trouble, technically! So what do you do now? Read on. . .

The legal tangle

With revenge on your mind, you determine to palm off the note to some unsuspecting fellow. In fact, if you think of palming off the note, you are not alone.

A quick dipstick survey shows 98 per cent people would do the same. But you better not do that, either.

Maria says, “It is unfortunate that people palm off fake notes. Palming off a fake note knowingly is also an offence.”

You definitely do not want to be caught doing that. In fact, intentionally passing on a fake currency note is a cognisable offence, which could lead to a prison term.

Cursing your fate, you decide to get rid of the bummer right away, but how? A friend who inadvertently received a fake note donated it to a temple. (Another dipstick survey at a few local religious places shows that nearly 20 per cent of donations are in form of either soiled or fake notes.)

That’s too low for you to do. Having run out of options, you march to a local bank, hoping to get an exchange.

The brutal truth

A Reserve Bank of India spokesperson says: “According to the RBI, when a customer takes a counterfeit note to a bank, the bank is supposed to impound it and give the customer an acknowledgement receipt.”

After impounding the note, they will stamp it ‘Counterfeit bank note impounded’ and give you an acknowledgement receipt, even if you refuse to countersign the same. You lose your money since a fake note is never paid for but confiscated.

But that’s not the end of the story.

The bank will file a First Information Report against your name at the local police station. A copy of this FIR is sent to the Forged Banknote Vigilance Cell at the bank’s head office.

The bank will be alert if you try to deposit any fake notes in the future. The police will look into the matter and carry routine investigation in order to get any further leads and zero down on the exact source.

Says Maria: “Crime does not differentiate between class. Even if you are a housewife who inadvertently has a fake note, we can investigate. Once we know that there is no mens rea (criminal intent), we just make a diary entry.”

Following the investigation, if you are found to be an inadvertent victim, the matter ends there.

But let’s get real! Do you, even as a customer who honestly walked into a bank after being palmed off a fake note, want to face the police?

What if you are planning for studies abroad, or an employment visa? Wouldn’t an FIR in your name have a negative influence on visa authorities? “No,” says Maria. However, a source from British consulate says: “. . . on verification, things like this may give a wrong impression about you to visa authorities.”

Are banks remiss?

Newspapers and news channels have been reporting about ATMs dispensing fake notes. Instances of bank staff diluting authentic currency with fakes have been reported, too.

Take the case of the chief cashier of a State Bank of India branch in Domariaganj, who was caught in the Rs 4 crore (Rs 40 million) fake currency scam. Such instances show that even banks can be a source of fake notes these days.

A cashier in a private bank says on the condition of anonymity: “We get customers who bring in fake notes, claiming that our ATM had dispensed it, but since they can’t prove it, we are helpless to do anything about it.”

Stories of banks brushing off responsibility, after dispensing fake notes via ATMs, is not uncommon.

The RBI has taken initiatives to deal with the dispensing of fake notes by ATMs. It has asked banks to set up note-sorting machines at all branches. In future, ATMs might be fitted with in-built detectors for fake currency notes.

The apex bank has proposed to introduce plastic notes, and it is common knowledge that improvisation in security features of the notes is an ongoing process.

Data from the RBI show that 398,111 counterfeit notes were detected during 2008-09 at the Reserve Bank’s offices and branches alone. It goes without saying that there are many more in circulation and the number will only increase.

The best defence is to be vigilant while handling cash, especially with Rs 1,000 and Rs 500 notes. And of course, pray that you never receive a fake note again!


We all love our mobiles… we talk, we text, we listen to music and we stay in touch.Can we ever imagine a day without our mobile? No never. Yes we know what an important part of our lives the mobile phone is.

However, all good things should be enjoyed responsibly. How it cheeses us off when someone takes a call in the middle of Shahrukh proposing to Deepika! Or for that matter when you have to listen to the loud mouth bragging about his date last evening standing next to you at the bus stop. Yes we know how that feels and that’s why here are a few points to remember when using your mobile. We call these basic mobile etiquettes and if we all pay a little attention to these, life would be so much less annoying for all of us. So here goes…

1. You should strictly adhere to the rules/ regulations/ orders/ instructions as issued from time to time by the Government/ Authorities in School, Colleges, Offices, etc.
2. In public places, the mobile phone should be kept in switched off mode or in vibration or silent mode, as per the instructions on the sign boards displayed by the Authorities in hospitals, airplanes, trains, buses, places of worship, cremation/burial ground, auditorium, cinema halls, etc.
3. Mobile phone should not be used while driving. No never!
4. In public places you should be considerate to people sitting or standing next to you. You can move away from the people so that they are not forced to listen to your personal/business conversation.
5. Mobile phones should not be used to capture photographs of individuals without their knowledge and consent. No not even if you think you are Gautam Rajadhyaksha! It should not be used to take photographs in public places-deemed-private like swimming pools, gym, etc. Privacy of persons around the user of camera phone should be respected.
6. Ringtones should be set at low level and should not be annoying to the people around.
7. The mobile phone user should not send request to television operators for scrolling their private SMSs on the screen of the televisions.

*Source – Circulated by Department of Telecommunications, Ministry of Communications & IT, Government of India.


Jaipur

 

The raging fire continuing through the night at an Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) depot near Jaipur has so far left at least five people dead and over 200 injured, officials said on Friday. But according to sources, the toll was feared to be as high as 20.

The injured had been rushed to four hospitals in the city, including the Sawai Man Singh Hospital where four more persons, including three women, were brought in the morning.

Many were still feared trapped inside the depot located in the Sitapura industrial area on the outskirts of the city. Hassled relatives were heard complaining of inadequate help from the authorities and frantically crying for help for their loved ones.

The Centre announced a compensation of Rs 10 lakh for the dead. Compensation for those injured would be offered in three categories – Rs 5 lakh for the seriously injured, Rs 2 lakh for the injured and Rs 1 lakh for the slightly injured.

Never seen such a blaze: Deora
The scale of the blaze and the intensity of the flames forced Union Petroleum Minister Murli Deora to admit that it was virtually impossible to control the inferno until the fuel in the tanks ran out.

“It’s difficult to control this fire,” Deora said after reaching Jaipur with a team of six experts. “It will be wrong to say we don’t have the infrastructure. But it’s difficult to control a fire of such scale. India has never seen a blaze like this.”

Asked how the fire had started, Deora said: “I cannot say how. A committee will investigate the cause and we will take action accordingly.”

3-km belt around depot affected
The fire, which began after a loud explosion around 7.30 pm on Thursday, spread to all the six tanks at the depot. The flames also destroyed all industrial units within a 3-km radius of the depot.

Fresh explosion, smoke everywhere

A fresh explosion in a tanker was heard around 9 am on Friday. A few houses near the depot too went up in flames and its residents had to be evacuated. Up to 10 kilometers around the site had been vacated. The entire area was filled with smoke.

Around 40-50 houses and 12 factories had been gutted in the area. Hundreds were forced to leave their homes.

Meanwhile, GAIL stopped the supply of gas through its pipeline from Jamnagar to Loni as a precautionary measure.

Safety measures failed
While the cause of the fire would be known only after a probe, the standard fire safety measures at oil depots are:

– If a depot has more than one tanker, these are built at a distance from each other.

– Oil tankers have water tanks in them so that water can be used to bring temperatures down in case of a fire.

– Every tank has a foam tank in it.


THIS IS NOT IT

On June 25th 2009 Michael Jackson died. He was 50 years old and the father of three young children.

Were you shocked? You should have been. In fact, the true state of Michael Jackson’s failing health was being hidden from you by those who are making a profit from the screening of the “This is It” movie.

The movie is made of a careful choice of footage taken during Michael Jackson’s last rehearsals for the “This is It” Tour. Out of 110 hours of footage, a few scenes were selected in which Michael Jackson smiled and showed that, in spite of being in a dire state, he was still the greatest star in the world.

In the weeks leading up to Michael Jackson’s death, while this footage was being shot, people around him knew that he looked like he might have died. Those who stood to make a profit chose to ignore it. Friends and fans who had no financial interest, chose to address it and attempted to help him.

AEG, the promoters for ‘This Is It’, ignored the signs, ignored the pleas, and in fact, actively covered up the truth. What you will see on that screen is part of that cover up.

THIS IS WHAT YOU ARE GOING TO SEE
The greatest entertainer that ever lived giving his all to rehearse what could have been an amazing, ground-breaking show.
A motivated crew, working hard to accomplish an extraordinary project.
Special effects, incredible choreography, lighting and staging.
Movie make-believe at its best….

THIS IS WHAT YOU ARE NOT GOING TO SEE
Michael Jackson’s shocking sudden weight loss as a result of stress and medication, reducing him to a mere 108 lbs (49kg) at the time of his death.
Kenny Ortega, the director of both the tour and the movie, having to help Michael Jackson up the stairs, having to feed him and cut his food.
Michael Jackson’s growing concerns: in May, while rehearsing over 10 hours a day, Michael Jackson confided to a few trusted fans he did not feel ready to do 50 shows, having agreed only to 10 originally, he felt pressured and the tour schedule seemed grueling.
Michael Jackson failing to show up at rehearsals because he was not well, and being picked up from his house by his choreographer to force him to go to work.
Michael Jackson’s debilitating insomnia and loss of appetite, the crippling pressure he was under, which led him to be over-prescribed and over-medicated by criminal doctors who kept him in an altered, drowsy state throughout the day and in an anesthetic coma at night.
Everyone around him witnessing to Michael Jackson looking confused and groggy, forgetting the lyrics of his own songs during rehearsals. Nonetheless, his entourage kept enabling his dangerous prescription-drug use, to keep him relaxed, rested and under ‘control’. Those very drugs are named as the cause of death in the coroner’s report.
You will also not see Michael Jackson’s loyal fans and a couple of his friends attempting to intervene, writing letters pleading for those around him to care for his condition, and ultimately, after being ignored, giving letters of concern to Michael himself. Unfortunately, those who had the power to act did not, instead they chose to keep Michael Jackson isolated and controlled.

YOU WILL NOT SEE ANY OF THIS

What would have been a limited series of concerts in London has now turned into a global cinema and merchandising event, generating huge amounts of extra profit for AEG, Sony and many more.

Michael Jackson needed help, but they were too busy relishing the profits this tour would have generated to acknowledge it. AEG, the tour promoter, and Michael’s own entourage, pressed on and did not intervene to stop what clearly looked like a tragedy in waiting. It was inhumane.

On June 25th 2009, the world lost its greatest star. The souls of Michael’s fans are still weeping and they may never heal.

Michael Jackson had so much more to give to the world, but his heart stopped under the incredible pressure that was forced on him for this grueling tour, in addition to years of ill-treatment and lies by haters, enablers and media.

Michael Jackson deserved and needed the help he wasn’t given. Instead, through editing and movie-making they try to tell us a different story in an attempt to clear their own conscience, spreading lies to conceal their responsibility. Too bad we were there to witness what truly happened in the weeks leading to his death and we are here now to tell you about it.

Should you decide to watch it, we hope that you will see this movie and the greed that produced it with different eyes, because you are watching the product of those who should bear much guilt for the passing of the world’s greatest entertainer, Michael Jackson, while they are reaping the profits of his death. This movie is not a true representation of what happened to Michael Jackson in his last weeks, nor is it the polished, live performance that Michael would have wished the world to see. It is their lie. The true story behind is one of neglect, greed, and inhumanity.

THIS DID NOT HAVE TO BE IT.

(link : – http://www.last.fm/group/This+is+NOT+it)

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