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Historical Mistakes That Course Of History In Massive Ways

22 April, 2017










By - Pankaj Singh


We learn lots of things from History, and also learn our mistakes from that history. But who knows some small and silly mistakes that course of history in massive way. here I shared some small mistakes in history.


1. World War I began because someone took a wrong turn


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We all know that World War I started with the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand of Austria and his wife Sophie.
Although the aristocratic couple managed to deflect an assassination attempt earlier in the day, their chauffeur drove them into the jaws of death this time. While on their way to visit a hospital full of victims of a targeted bomb blast, their car took a wrong turn where one of the assassins happened to be. While the car was reversing, he took his chance and succeeded.



2. Failure to buy new rifles prolonged the American Civil War


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The Union States (the North) could have won the American Civil War in a shorter period of time had they procured newer rifles. The man responsible was James Wolfe Ripley, the Chief Ordnance, who constantly blocked the move to buy new guns.
An aide suggested they buy cheaper Enfield rifles from the British but he refused to turn to his old enemies for help. Sadly, the Confederacy (the south) procured these cheap British rifles and sent the Union on the losing side for the first few battles of the War.
Ripley was ousted soon after and the Union succeeded in winning the War.




3. It wasn't icebergs that made the Titanic sink, but a set of keys


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We all know that the maiden voyage of the Titanic came to a tragic end when it hit an iceberg in the Atlantic Ocean.
The man in charge of looking out for icebergs wasn't equipped with binoculars because it was locked up in a box and the keys hadn't made it aboard. Apparently the second officer on the ship was changed last minute. Charles Lightoller who was assigned as the new second officer was not given the keys in the handover, as the man he replaced had forgotten to get them out of his pocket.



4. Constantinople fell thanks to an unlocked door


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The impenetrable city of Constantinople was guarded by the thick wall that kept out invading forces. However, it's fall in 1453 AD brought an end to the Middle Ages and brought about the dominance of the Ottoman Empire and the Renaissance. The Byzantine Empire fell thanks to a failure to lock one of the gates of its great wall. Once the Ottomans discovered this flaw, all hell break loose and resistance rapidly faded.



5. D-Day took place because someone took the day off


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The day the Allied forces managed to occupy the coast of France from Nazi Germany during World War II is better known as D-Day. It all happened because of one man who felt that the bad weather would keep his enemies at bay. Field Marshall Rommel took the weekend of June 6 off to celebrate his wife's birthday, leaving his troops unprepared to keep off the Allies from continental Europe.


6. The Wicked Bible encouraged adultery in the 1600s


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In 1631, printers Robert Barker and Martin Lucas forgot to add the word 'not' to the seventh commandment of the Bible, leading it to be printed as "Thou shalt commit adultery" which made many people commit it openly in the 17th century.
When King Charles I found out, he took the business license away from the printers, fined their wages for a year and ordered all copies be burned. Today, only 11 copies of 'The Wicked Bible' remain.


7. The Berlin Wall fell because of a bureaucrat's misinformation


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In 1989, as the grip of the Socialist regime in East Germany loosened and the Soviet Union came under the leadership of Mikhail Gorbachov, there was a decision to ease travel restrictions between the East and West.
Gunter Schwabowski, a bureaucrat, was supposed to hold a press conference announcing the ease of travel restrictions. When asked by reporters when the new measures would come into effect, he went into a moment of doubt and muttered, "Immediately, right away."
This led to many people heading to the wall to enter West Berlin while others just decided to do away with the symbol of the oppressive regime. Today, only parts of the wall stand in the city of Berlin.


8. An error in interpretation caused the atomic bombing of Hiroshima


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The Americans drafted the Potsdam declaration which demanded the unconditional surrender of Japan. Kantaro Suzuki, the Japanese premier, responded with the word, 'mokusatsu' which means to withhold from comment. However, the same word can also mean 'to contemptuously ignore' and this is where his interpreters got it wrong. It was sent across to the Americans and a week later, Hiroshima became the target of an attack that claimed many lives.


9. Marie Antoinette's failed attempt at escaping


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When the French Revolution broke out, King Louis XVI planned to escape alone and mobilise his supporters to counter the revolution and save his crown. However, his wife, Marie Antoinette, demanded that she join him with the children. They chose a slow moving luxurious carriage which stood out and it soon became apparent to the people that it belonged to the royal couple.
The people of France were insulted that their monarch was trying to escape a nation embroiled in commotion. They just decided to do away with him and his cowardly kind.

Cardiac Arrest And Heart Attack Are Not The Same And Need To Be Treated Differently

31 May, 2016






By- Sangita Saha

Both disorders arise from problems with the heart but each with distinct risk factors, treatment options and outcomes. A Heart Attack is a “circulation” problem and Sudden Cardiac Arrest is an “electrical” problem. How many people know the difference between the two?


Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) is among the most common causes of death throughout the world. It is estimated that more than 3 million people die annually from SCA, with a survival rate of less than 1%. In fact, SCA claims one life every two minutes, taking more lives each year than breast cancer, lung cancer, and even AIDS.

SCA is a life-threatening condition wherein the heart’s electrical system is affected. During SCA, the heart stops beating and no blood is pumped in to the body. This could be compared to losing electricity in your house. The heart “electricity” must be turned back on, typically through electrical shock. Sudden cardiac arrest is different from a heart attack.

Heart attack, also known as myocardial infarction (MI) occurs when there is a blockage in one or more of the arteries to the heart, preventing oxygen-rich blood supply to some part of heart muscle. Heart attacks most often occur as a result of coronary artery disease (CAD) which is a result of plaque buildup in the arteries, which blocks blood flow and heightens the risk for heart attack. However, a heart attack can sometimes trigger an electrical disturbance that leads to sudden cardiac arrest.

While both cause serious problems and possible death, SCA often occurs abruptly and without warning. In fact, two-thirds of SCA deaths occur without any prior indications of heart disease, while heart attacks often have previous signs and symptoms.


Risk Factors

Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA)
•Previous heart attack - 75% of SCA cases are linked to a previous heart attack
•Coronary artery disease
•Family history – genetic reasons put even younger population at risk
•Cardiac Failure

Heart Attack


•Age - People who are 65-years-old or older
•High blood pressure (hypertension)
•High serum cholesterol
•Family history of coronary disease
•Stress and obesity


Sudden cardiac arrest symptoms are immediate and drastic which include sudden collapse, no pulse, no breathing and loss of consciousness.

Heart attack symptoms aren't always obvious; but they can be severe. One may experience a number of symptoms, like discomfort in the left side of chest/upper abdomen, shortness of breath from any type of exertion, cold sweat, vomiting/nausea.

Keep your heart healthy

Few lifestyle changes can go a long way in keeping your heart healthy; here is how.


• Control your portion size while eating; don’t overload your plate
• Include more veggies & fruits in your diet
• Opt for whole grains in your meal as they are good source of fiber & nutrients
• Limit unhealthy fats and cholesterol
• Choose low-fat protein sources
• Reduce intake of sodium in your diet

A heart attack patient should be rushed to the hospital within an hour and required treatment should be delivered. A case of cardiac arrest is however more grave and fatal. Sudden cardiac arrest requires immediate action for survival. The most effective way to treat sudden cardiac arrest is defibrillation. The American Heart Association recommends defibrillation within 3 to 5 minutes of arrest, or sooner, for sudden cardiac arrests occurring outside the hospital.

An Emergency Care Unit inside your chest


Defibrillators can be external, like those carried by emergency crews, or implanted in your body for long-term protection. An Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator (ICD) is a small device implanted under your skin which constantly monitors the rhythm of your heart, detects life threatening rhythms, and automatically delivers the most appropriate type of therapy when needed. It works like an emergency system inside your chest. If a rhythm that is too slow is detected it paces the heart as a pacemaker would. If it detects a very fast rhythm then low or high-energy shocks are sent to reset the heart to a normal rhythm.

If you have survived a heart attack, and your heart function has become weak, it may be good to check with your doctor if implanting an ICD will be suitable for you. Prevention is always better than cure.


Data Courtesy: Dr. Anil Saxena, Director, Cardiac Pacing & Electrophysiology, Fortis Escorts Heart Institute, Okhla Road, New Delhi.

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9 Benefits are help you to drinking water from A Copper Vessel

12 April, 2016










By- Sangita Saha

A copper is an essential mineral for our body and storing water overnight in a copper jug and drinking it in the morning helps in maintaining good health as per the Ayurveda.The water stored in a copper vessel is called ‘Tamra Jal’ and it helps to balance all three doshas (Kapha, Vata and Pitta). Copper has electromagnetic energy which is called Prana Shakti and drinking water that is stored for at least eight hours in a copper utensil has many health benefits.

1. Destroys Bacteria

Copper helps in purifying the water. Water stored in copper vessel is naturally cleansed and purified.

2. Regulates Thyroid Function

Copper deficiency is the main cause for thyroid related problems. Drinking water from copper vessel can help to cure the deficiency and other related health issues.

3. Cures Arthritis Pain


Copper has extremely effective anti-inflammatory properties. It helps to heal pain of the joints that is typically caused by rheumatoid arthritis.


4. Heals Wounds Faster

Copper has some anti-bacterial properties. It also helps in generating new cells rapidly and heals the wounds easily.

5. Fuel Brain Activity


Copper is important for the function of many enzymes in the brain. It also helps in preventing convulsions or seizures.


6. Improves Digestion

Copper has this extraordinary property that can help to stimulate the slow contraction and relaxation of the stomach that helps in digestion. That is why; drinking water from a copper vessel helps you have a healthy digestive system.

7. During Pregnancy


The immune system goes for a toss during pregnancy and drinking water from a copper vessel helps to ward off infections and illness.

8. Protects Against Cancer

Copper has very valuable antioxidant properties and is said to protect against the growth of cancer cells.

9. Slows Down The Ageing Process


The antioxidant property of copper also helps to deal with fine lines, wrinkles and patchy skin.

10 Places Around The World where hard to visit

01 April, 2016






By- Bozena Neil

May be you visited lots of places In the world in easily, may be you know about almost places of the world through TV, Books, Internet etc. peoples says, in these days world became too small, but in world have lots of places hidden from your eyes, where hard to visit, which are may make you stun, here I describing about 10 places of world, where hard to visit for a common man.

1. Area 51 – The Biggest Conspiracy Theory of America


You must know about America’s worst kept secret – Area 51 which is an alias for a military base located in Nevada, around 80 miles northwest of downtown Las Vegas. Right at the centre of the base is a huge military airfield.
Arguably, the main purpose of the base is to research and develop experimental aircrafts and weaponry. The U.S government never acknowledged its existence adding fuel to the conspiracy theories that say the base is used for analysis of UFO and aliens. We obviously don’t know which version is true since nobody is allowed access.


2. Svalbard Global Seed Vault – You know where to go in case Apocalypse actually takes place


Built out of the fear that those sci-fi scenarios when the world comes to an end might come true, Svalbard Global Seed Vault, located in the North Sea is home to 250 million crop seeds shipped from gene banks worldwide. The estimated cost of this place exceeds $9 million dollars. Unless you’re a designated researchers or plant breeders you’re not allowed inside the vault. If in case you ever enter the vault you’d be the only hope for agriculture during a polar ice cap melt or any other Earthly disaster!

3. Mezhgorye – What happens in Russia stays in Russia


A closed town in the Republic of Bashkortostan, Russia – Mezhgorye is a closed town. It’s said that people residing in the town works on a highly classified secret program around Mount Yamantaw, which is suspected to be the location of either a repository of Russian treasures, a nuclear program, a bunker in case of war or a huge warehouse of coal. Nobody really knows!


4. North Sentinel Island, Andaman – Where the deadliest tribe resides


A group of indigenous people known as the Sentinelese live in the North sentinel Island of Andaman in Bay of Bengal. The estimated population of the island is between 50 and 400. These people are considered to be the last people on earth to remain virtually untouched by modern civilization. Attempts to contact the tribe have been met with hostility. People have been attacked by arrows and stones if you get too close to their area. In fact on 26 January 2006, two fishermen were killed when their boat drifted near the island.

5. Vatican Secret Archives – Property of the Pope


This not just any ordinary library, it’s the Vatican Library! Only a sacred few are allowed access to the vaults. However, if you need to read any of the books, which by the way are owned by the Pope, you can receive the manuscript via email. How very modern!

6. Lascaux Caves, France – Art of the Palaeolithic Age


Archaeologists discovered this place in South West France, Lascaux. It’s a complex of caves that are world-renowned for its Palaeolithic cave paintings, estimated to be over 17,500 years old. They were once open to the public viewing but now they have been closed since quite some time to preserve the original artwork. So, no, you’re not allowed here as well!

7. Room 39, North Korea – Kim Jong’s Secret Vault


It’s hard enough getting into North Korea, imagine trying to get into Room 39! It’s a secretive North Korean government facility that’s said to be home to several illegal operations including counterfeiting $100 bills, production of drugs (including methamphetamine and heroin) and international insurance fraud. Many claim that Room 39 is critical to Kim Jong’s continued power, enabling him to buy political support and fund North Korea’s nuclear weapons program. Yikes!

8. Church of Our Lady Mary of Zion


Located in Ethiopia, the Church of Our Lady Mary of Zion is impossible to access because it’s claimed to contain some of the most important biblical objects like the original Ark of the Covenant. According to legends the Ark was brought to Ethiopia with Menelik I after he visited his father King Solomon.

9. Snake Island, São Paulo – One bite of this vipers that can melt your flesh!


About 90 miles from the city of São Paulo lies Ilha de Queimada Grande, or “Snake Island” – a place so filled with venomous serpents that it’s been called one of the world’s deadliest islands! Scientists estimate that up to 4,000 snakes live on the 110-acre island – that’s one snake for every six square yards. And these aren’t just any snakes. Queimada Grande is the only known home of the golden lancehead, one of the most venomous vipers in the world. Its venom is capable of melting human flesh! Currently, the Brazilian Navy bans civilians from this island, though scientists sometimes receive waivers.

10. Bohemian Grove – A secret society of the most powerful!


Just like some cult thriller film, Bohemian Grove is a 2,700 acre rural location somewhere in Monte Rio, California. The land is owned by private San-Fran based arts club known as, well … the Bohemian Club. Every summer, the club host a two-week, three weekend camp in the woods for the most powerful men in the world. It’s all just a bit too weird to digest, don’t you think?

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19 hottest women who made cricketers more famous

08 November, 2015


As the famous saying goes - behind every successful man, there's always a woman. But when you are a top-notch cricketer, the woman is generally glamorous. With over a billion fans across the globe, cricket is one of the most popular sports in the world today and the cricketers are no less than gods themselves.


Money has never been a problem for them and of course fame is one thing they all have. And as expected when money and fame get together, one can certainly not miss out on glamour - which is exactly where the wives and girlfriends (WAGs) of the cricket icons come into picture.


Their love stories interests us and the break-ups become the talk of the town. Eye-candy for the shutterbugs as they may seem, but the WAGs surely complete the persona of the popular names in cricket.


After all, everyone knows no sport is a big deal until its players can attract extremely good-looking partners. And, as it turns out, the cricket players can most certainly do that. Here's a look at some of the hottest WAGs who've made the prominent cricketers more famous:




1. Anushka Sharma

Indian Test skipper Virat Kohli became the talk of the town after he was spotted with Bollywood hottie Anushka Sharma. After denying the rumours of the two dating each other, Virat confirmed his relationship with Anushka at the launch of his fashion line in Mumbai in November, 2014.



2. Sania Mirza

The Indian tennis sensation sent shockwaves across the cricket world after she married Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik in 2010. The duo began dating after Sania's wedding with her childhood friend Sohrab Mirza, a millionaire businessman, was called off shortly after their engagement in 2009.


3. Ayesha Mukherjee

India's opening batsman Shikhar Dhawan got engaged to the Melbourne-based Ayesha Mukherjee - an Anglo-British by nationality in 2009. She was introduced to Dhawan by teammate Harbhajan Singh on Facebook. The couple got married in 2012 and have been in the limelight ever since. Before marrying Dhawan, Ayesha was married to an Australian businessman for 10 years. However, due to some personal issues, they got divorced in 2012 and Ayesha got the custody of her two daughters.


4. Mayanti Langer

India's newly-found all-rounder Stuart Binny married the Indian TV sports journalist Mayanti Langer in 2012. Mayanti has hosted many tournaments including Football Cafe on Zee Sports, 2010 FIFA World Cup broadcast on ESPN, 2010 Commonwealth Games, 2011 Cricket World Cup, 2014 Indian Super League and 2015 ICC World Cup.


5. Daniella Anderson
The 38-year-old former model married England seamer James Anderson in 2006. The couple met for the first time in August 2004 at London's Elysium nightclub. The two had their first baby girl, Lola Rose, in 2009 and in 2010, their second daughter Ruby Luxe was born.


6. Jessica Bratich

Australia's fiery seam bowler Mitchell Johnson married his long-time girlfriend Jessica Bratich in Western Australia in 2011. An accomplished sportswoman herself, Bratich won the bronze medal in the 2006 Karate World Championships. The 33-year-old also runs her own accessories business and is mother to three-year-old daughter Rubika.

7. Dipika Pallikal

Indian squash player Dipika Pallikal married Indian cricketer Dinesh Karthik in both traditional Christian and Hindu wedding style in 2015. Pallikal, who became the first Indian squash player to break into the top 10 of the World Squash rankings, has been engaged to Karthik since November 15, 2013. Pallikal had met Karthik after he divorced his first wife and childhood friend Nikita who is now married to Indian Test opener Murali Vijay.


8. Bealey Mitchell

After moving on from his brief relationships with English actress Kacey Barnfield and former Miss England Laura Coleman, England's bowling spearhead Stuart Broad started dating the Zumba dancing teacher Bealey Mitchell. The couple started dating last summer after being introduced by friends on a night out. According to the Mirror, Broad was instantly smitten with the beauty and asked his pals for her number. But since Bealey was in a relationship at that time, the England cricketer was forced to take a step back. And after her split, Bealey tracked Broad down and the two got together.


9. Sakshi Dhoni

India's ODI skipper MS Dhoni married his schoolmate Sakshi Singh Rawat, a native of Dehradun, on 4 July, 2010. The two studied together at the DAV Jawahar Vidya Mandir in Shyamali, Ranchi. At the time of their marriage, Sakshi was studying hotel management and was working as a trainee at the Taj Bengal in Kolkata. On 6 February 2015, Dhoni became the proud father of a baby girl named Ziva.


10. Danielle de Villiers

South African batting sensation AB de Villiers married his long-time girlfriend Danielle Swart in 2013. During the IPL 5 in 2012, the right-handed batsman took a break from the cash-rich tournament and proposed Danielle at the Taj Mahal which is the most romantic place on the earth. In June 2015, the two were blessed with a baby boy named 'AB'.


11. Ritika Sajdeh

After dating each other for six years, Mumbai batsman Rohit Sharma proposed his best friend Ritika Sajdeh for marriage on 28 April, 2015. Ritika, a sports manager, is a renowned name in the world of cricket and handles a long list of cricketers including Rohit Sharma. The Mumbai Indians skipper drove his 28-year-old fiance from her Cuffe Parade residence in Mumbai to the Borivali Sports Club and gave her a solitaire ring. The couple got engaged at a private ceremony in Mumbai on 3 June, 2015.


12. Jeanne Kietzmann

South African speedster Dale Steyn has been dating Jeanne Kietzmann since 2007. The couple's romance began when Steyn spotted Kietzmann while she was working in a restaurant in Cape Town. The gorgeous brunette bowled him over. Steyn asked for her number and called her the next day. As they say, the rest is history.


13. Arthi Venkatesh

Sunrisers Hyderabad batsman and son of former Indian cricketer Kris Srikanth, Anirudha Srikkanth married Arthi Venkatesh - an upcoming model in Chennai - in January 2012. Arthi is a typical of the modern Indian girl: fun, whacky and a savvy girl who has a huge fan following multiple social media platforms. The couple live in a 3000-square feet, swank, four-bedroom apartment in Chennai's Abhiramapuram. The plush house is designed by Arthi, who is also a qualified interior decorator.


14. Candice Falzon

Australian opener David Warner married Candice Falzon, a professional ironwoman and a model, in April 2015. The left-handed batsman had proposed Falzon, who was three months pregnant with their daughter Ivy Mae, on their trip to Cape Town in 2014. The couple had their first child on 11 September and on 15 July 2015, the two also announced that they are expecting their second child - another daughter.


15. Sue Erasmus Duminy

After dating each other for two years, South African all-rounder JP Duminy married Sue Erasmus in 2011. Duminy met Erasmus, a part-time model, at a fashion show where she was one of the models showcasing the new Proteas kit. She immediately caught his eye and despite being an introvert JP went across to speak to her. Their reception was held at the luxurious Val de Vie estate near Paarl. Duminy proclaimed his wedding vows in English while Erasmus completed hers in Afrikaans. Later in the evening Duminy switched over to Afrikaans during his speech in order to thank his new in-laws.


16. Lee Furlong Watson

Australian batsman Shane Watson married the stunning Fox News sports presenter Lee Furlong in Killcare Hotel on the NSW Central Coast in 2010. The couple met through common friends in 2006 and since that time they were dating each other. The couple became the proud parents of a baby boy named Will in March 2013 and their second child 'Matilda Victoria' was born in May 2015.


17. Tanya Perera

Sri Lankan bowling legend Lasith Malinga married Tanya Perera on 22 January 2010 in Waters Edge Hotel in Battaramulla. Tanya, a Public Relations manager, met Malinga during an advertising campaign her company was handling for the Sri Lankan star. After interacting during the campaign, the two became good friends and spent a lot of time together. Tanya, who started her career as a banker, is also a specialist ballroom dancer and a good choreographer. The couple is blessed with two kids - a boy and girl.

18. Haley Rich-Bracken

Former Australian bowler Nathan Bracken is to married Haley Rich and the couple has a child named Chase. Haley is a well-known dancer, singer, model and host in Australia. In 2011, she was also voted Mrs International Australia. She was a runner-up in the eleventh season of Australia's popular TV show 'Dancing With The Stars'.


19. Umme Ahmed Shishir

One of the greatest all-rounders to be produced by Bangladesh, Shakib Al Hasan married his 23-year-old American girlfriend Umme Ahmed Shishir on 12 December, 2012. The couple met each other while Shakib was playing county cricket for Worcestershire in England, when Shishir visited England in 2011. Shakib was Bangladesh's most eligible bachelor until he found his love in Shishir, who is currently studying in Minnesota.


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