Cyber Crime Safety

Cybercrime is a universal issue tormenting the world. Cybercrime is defined as criminal activities carried out by means of computers or the Internet
Due to the growing number of people attaining access to the internet,
evolution in technology, the global population is getting more vulnerable to participation in cybercrime, either the predator or the prey. Cybercrime is
swiftly propagating from simple e-mail misconduct to far-reaching violations like theft of information, email bombing to crashing servers and so forthImage result for cybercrime
Cybercrime is different and more reprehensible than conventional crime here electronic medium is used. It involves individual citizen, to groups to huge businesses, to the government and the world at large.
Various laws have been brought into existence. There are various classifications on the basis of the crimes and the victims of the same. Against individuals, property, government or against the society at large.

Cybercrime is a problem because it puts internet users at risk of being taken advantage of or harmed. Let us now learn of measures that can be taken to protect oneself and the data from cybercrime.Image result for anti virus software

  • Use anti-virus Software- Firewalls and latest anti-virus software should be installed wherever possible Even if it slows down the system, it can save all your work which would otherwise be destroyed by an attack. In case of businesses, hire Security Experts if needed. Like the saying goes better safe than sorry
  • Block-Suspicious or unknown accounts are better blocked. Do not accept friend requests from doubtful strangers.
  • Online Shopping Shop only from secured sights. Try choosing the Cash On Delivery option where ever possible. The online retailer’s internet address will change from “http” to “https” to indicate a connection is secure, make sure you check this and proceed with the payment. Don’t store your card details on websites, put in those extra seconds everytime to enter the details. Image result for passwords
  • Passwords– Use strong passwords for all your IDs. Use different passwords for different sites
  • Multiple email accounts Have separate accounts for official and informal transactions so even if one of the accounts gets hacked, all your banking and passport details are not compromised.
  • No unwanted clicking– Do not acknowledge pop-ups, as they might contain malicious software tricking you into installing malware. Similar strategies are used by hackers by luring you into opening links or attachments and in turn installing malware which makes your device vulnerable. Emails claiming that you have won high-value Lottery or any kind of money is dangerous, DO NOT entertain such emails.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 It may not be practicable to eradicate cybercrime but it is quite possible to check them. Crime cannot be completely extinguished from the society. If every cyberspace user takes that one extra step to safeguard himself and his data and business, exploitation of it may be saved. Various laws are put in place for the variety of cyber crimes, but don’t they say, ‘Prevention is better than cure’


22nd March 2018


How Social Media Helps The Youth Grow

The internet is a new wave that has engulfed the entire globe.With so much information heralded over the world wide web, social media has become the  With loads of information being disseminated over the Internet, social media has become the very essence of the foundation of the society. Whether this change has been for the better or worse depends on how you look at it.

All is not bad with social media. As an optimist and an eclectic let us discuss the positive aspects of the new way of humans connecting with each other.

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  • Social media can help you keep in touch with family and friends all over the world, talk to them, even see them. Helps share facts and memories. Social sites like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and so on are the most convenient means to meet like-minded people and establish new relations and a cost-effective way of being connected with loved ones irrespective of the geographical locations
  • Social media helps at various stages of Education, as a trusted source of information, connecting with experts, learning applications, videos help to collect information.  These connections can help one with a variety of things like seeking a new job, locating assistance, making or receiving advice etc
  • Exhibiting skills It is a great platform to share and showcase one’s skills. The whole world is open for all to unveil one’s hidden potential. How one video or just a clip can go viral and reach the world over is what all of us have witnessed in recent times.
  • Expression It is a fantastic way to get people to express themselves. Be it via Facebook status or writing on the walls or even tweeting and displaying various aspects of your personality. Contributing to debates on websites or creating content like blogs or short videos also gives expressions to one’s thoughts. It is easier to convey your fields of interest and your opinions with the advantage of having an audience for all your expressions.
  • Creativity and Innovation Social media gives creativity wings and a base to be able to share and conceptualize the mental picture. With so much exposure, the brain is also tickled to push its imagination
  • Confidence and socially interactive This is an outlet to share views, talents and connect with the outside world which gives the confidence to face the world and interact with them
  • Create Awareness Media keeps one updated with the current Social and political happenings, current affairs. Information spreads faster on social media, it also empowers individuals with the knowledge and opportunity to evolve with changing times
  • Learning something new Innumerable learning apps and videos are on social media to hone new skills, like various languages or musical instrument, you name it and it pops up at the click of the mouse.
  • Opportunities Compelling and relevant content grabs the attention of the pertinent. It could be a job position or an investor for one’s entrepreneurial proposition or even boosting traffic on your website.  Even finding customers for products or services and getting feedback for the same.

Social media has not only become part of peoples’ lives but their lives seem o revolve around it. Though these positives cannot camouflage the negatives that come with social media, which we save for another discussion.

Places To Visit In India

India is a land of unity in diversity, it is a vast country with a variety of languages, cultures, topography ranging from Kashmir to Kanyakumari and Gujarat to Arunachal Pradesh, not to forget the three water bodies that surround the country. As a result, the tourism business is flourishing in the country. Though even a lifetime would not be enough to cover all the places in this country, there are a couple of places which cannot be given a miss.

Pachmarhi, Madhya Pradesh

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This is the only hill station in Madhya Pradesh, Pachmarhi is also referred to as the queen of the Satpura ranges. It is skirted on all sides by the stupendous and dotted with beautiful 10,000 years old man-made cave shelters, dense sal forests and bamboo thickets. It is situated at an altitude of 1100m. The calm and the scenic hill station is a masterpiece with ancient caves of the Buddhist era residing in consonance with tranquil waterfalls.

Pachmarhi is linked to the epic of Mahabharata and gets its name from the words ‘pach’ meaning five and ‘marhi’ meaning caves. The Pandavas, visited this area during their years in exile. They carved out five caves for living in them, thus the name.

This city was discovered in the modern times by Captain James Forsyth of the British Army, this city houses enchanting churches built in colonial style architecture. You would not want to miss the monsoons here.

Places to visit

  • Jata Shankar Caves
  • Dhoop Garh
  • Bee Falls
  • Pandava Caves
  • Satpura National Park
  • Handi Khoh
  • Mahadeo Hills
  • Bison Lodge Museum
  • Churches
  • Chaura Garh Temple

Rameswaram, Tamilnadu

Image result for rameswaram templeRameswaram is a town in the Ramanathapuram district in the South Indian state of Tamilnadu. Pilgrims flock to this temple to seek blessings and repent for sins by bathing in the water of the  22 sacred wells of the temple. It is one of the four major pilgrimage sites of Hindus.

Rameswaram is linked to the epic of Ramayana and the name is coined from Ram-Eshwar which means ‘the place where Eshwar was worshipped by Ram”. Eshwar is referred here as Lord Shiva. Goddess Sita made the Shivalingam of sand (Ramalingam)and together Lord Ram and Goddess Sita worshipped the Shivalingam.  The temple also has the Visvakingam that Hanuman brought from the Kailash. This temple is also recognized as being the southernmost ‘jyotirlinga’ of India among the 12 jyotirlingas of India.

The temple comprises of small shrines, dedicated to other deities. There is an enormous image of Nandi (Lord Shiva’s Bull) which is 12 feet in length and 9 feet in height. The temple has the longest corridor amid the temples in India.

The sea life off the shore of Rameswaram is one of the richest in India. Coral reefs are popular which makes it a great spot for scuba diving, snorkeling and several other water activities

Places to visit

  • Ramanathaswamy Temple
  • Former President A.P.J Abdul Kalam House
  • Ruined Temple/Church of Dhanushkodi
  • Dhanushkodi Beach
  • Ram Setu (Adam’s Bridge)
  • Paambam Rail/Road bridge across the Palk Strait


20th March 2018

Public Speaking Tips

Speaking in public is genuinely scary for most people, including many who outwardly seem calm. But one forgets that the audience actually wants you to succeed. They are glad it’s you up there and not them. So “Don’t try to get rid of the butterflies – just get them flying in formation” Image result for public speaking

Public speaking skills are important in various aspects of a business. Be it in marketing and sales, training, coaching and so on. Succeeding in portraying confidence and capability to stand up in front of an audience and speak well, are extremely helpful. Try these tips to project confidence and shake your nerves

  • Preparation Public speaking is like an iceberg the delivery is just the tip, the major chunk is the time and effort in planning and preparing for it. Preparing helps you anticipate possible questions and eliminate sources of unnecessary confusion.
  • Practice makes you confident, comfortable and compelling. Practicing in front of friends or videotaping yourself will help you tweak your mistakes or shortcomings. Memorizing the speech though always not possible helps real-time additions without losing track of the core material. Practice is only productive when you make a positive effort to improve.
  • Audience Analysis Knowing the audience before creating your message helps determine the choice of words, the information, the presenting pattern, questions and reactions. Find out what the audience already knows and what they expect of you and how you want them to react to your presentation. This will reduce your jitters and give you an upper hand over the audience.
  • Repeat The human memory and attention span are more than a little flawed and usually, people take home around six things from your presentation. Find out what those six things should be and keep making the point again and again in different ways so that it gets fixated in the minds of the easily distracted audience.
  • Keep your material ready Have cue cards ready with key points written on them to get you back on track just in case you lose the flow. Never read word for word from your material.
  • Look for signs from the audience Make it interactive and interesting. Guage their verbal and non-verbal feedback. The audience usually mirrors your behaviour.
  • Entertain Public Speaking is about entertaining as well as conveying information. People retain more if they are enjoying themselves and feeling relaxed. Your research, humor and imagination will take you places as far as the audiences’ response goes. Try using props to make it more lively and interactive for the audience.
  • Gestures Research suggests, what you say is not as important as how you say it.Use your body language, posture, eye contact, smile, your tone, the pitch to doubly engage your audience by not only listening but also looking at the way you are presenting the matter. Well practiced, natural looking gesturing also deviates your nerves to an energy consuming activity so the nerves are not as much perceived by the audience as you might feel them.
  • First impression is the Last Impression The audience has to be intrigued and impressed from the word go. Start with a quote, a rhetoric question for emphasis, statistics or better still a story, if very confident, even a joke might work.
  • Calm your nerves Try talking to someone before you start to make sure your voice is good to go. Check your equipment to avoid last moment nervousness. Smile, take a deep breath, appear confident. Start by looking at the friendliest person in the audience then work your way through the crowd

Nobody expects you to be perfect. But by following these tips you may be able to reduce your anxiety and shine as a public speaker.


22nd March, 2018

Know Stephen Hawking

Stephen Hawking was born on January 8, 1942 and died on March 14, 2018. He was the wheelchair-ridden scientist who gave lectures with the aid of a computerized speech synthesizer. He was a British scientist, a renowned professor at Cambridge University in England, and the author of the best-selling book “A Brief History of Time.” He performed revolutionary work in physics and cosmology. He is responsible for bringing science to the common man. He is noted for his study of black holes and the origin of the universe. There is also a film based on his life ‘The Theory Of Everything’.

  • Hawkings was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) at the age of 21 while he was at the University of Cambridge studying cosmology.  ALS is a rare neurological disease that destroys the neurons which control voluntary muscles in the body. It was miraculous that he lived for as long as he did with that condition because of his determination to overcome unexpected adversity. As he rightly said, “However difficult life may seem, there is always something you can do and succeed at.”
  • In 1974, Hawking’s radiation theory research made him a popular within the scientific world. He showed that black holes emit radiation and should eventually evaporate and disappear. This discovery set Hawking on a career path marked by awards, notoriety and distinguished titles that reshaped the thinking about black holes and the universe. He was named as a fellow of the Royal Society and even merited the prestigious Albert Einstein Award.
  • In 1988 Hawking skyrocketed to global popularity with the publication of A Brief History of Time. The book is a description of cosmology for the masses and offered an overview of how the universe actually is and how we see it. It was an instant success.
  • In 2007, he made an important progress towards space travel. He had the opportunity to experience a zero-gravity environment. He was freed from his wheelchair in a Boeing 727 designed for training and experienced bursts of weightlessness.

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  • Hawking attended the Sweden conference in August 2015, to discuss new theories about black holes and the infamous black hole  “information paradox.” The solution to the paradox of what becomes of an object that enters a black hole could be black hole ‘hairs’ that form on the event horizon, making a kind of two-dimensional holographic imprint of whatever’s been sucked in.
  • In March 2018 Neil deGrasse Tyson interviewed Stephen Hawking, they discussed what he conceived of the universe as it existed before the Big Bang. Hawking said, that one could regard imaginary and real-time beginning at the South Pole. There is nothing south of the South Pole, so there was nothing around before the Big Bang.
  • He used a speech-generating device (SGD) or a voice output communication aid, this replaces speech or writing. His cheek movement was detected by an infrared switch mounted on his spectacles. This switch was his interface with the computer. The software ACAT included a word prediction algorithm provided by SwiftKey, trained on his books and lectures, so he usually only had to type the first couple of characters and select the whole word. Once the sentence was formed, it was sent to the speech synthesizer.  This is how he conveyed his enlightening thoughts and lectures.

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  • His last paper predicted multiverse also how our universe would eventually fade into blackness as the stars run out of energy. “I regard the brain as a computer which will stop working when its components fail, There is no heaven or afterlife for broken down computers; that is a fairy story for people afraid of the dark.” said the atheist and the greatest mind ever about death.


19th March 2018


Leadership Skills

What is common between, Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel, Dhirubhai Ambani, Barack Obama, Steve Jobs? They have been game changers of their times. They have inspired millions to follow them with their extraordinary qualities to achieve remarkable dimensions in their respective fields. They are LEADERS

Image result for leadershipLeadership means ‘the action of leading a group of people or an organization by an individual who uses his influence and interpersonal skills to stimulate and govern them towards a common aim’
A leader can lead a small group in an organization or the whole nation, both are leaders in their own right. The leader commands, modulates and gives direction to the working of the group. The leader by virtue of the skills he possesses succeeds in getting ready collaboration and allegiance of the supporters,  be it fighting for freedom or running an entire nation efficiently or even innovating something revolutionary. Here are some of  the characteristics

Visionary A leader can analyze the current trends and foresee the future market, how situations may unfold in the next few years. His plans are based on new technology and trends in the future

Accountability Taking responsibility and credibility of success and failure of every task undertaken. Staying committed to deadlines and owning up to mistakes. Responsibility to stakeholders, team members building trust that under your leadership you can bounce back from adversities.

Orientation An establishment comes into existence with a certain purpose. This needs direction, which needs effective leadership to administer the activities towards the attainment of the goals.

People and Communication skills Leader is the one with strong emotional intelligence. They build long-term relationships with respect and diplomacy for individual and overall output. The leader negotiates with suppliers, convinces clients, instills confidence, coaches subordinates, the Leader motivates the group to keep going and even walk the extra mile to achieve higher productivity. He even boosts the morale of the team members by appreciating their efforts and even rewarding them for it.

Initiative Looking beyond the assigned job, being far-sighted about the long-term goals and benefits of the organization. Brainstorming ideas and resolute to do the work that it takes. Also encouraging initiative is a key characteristic of a leader

Delegation One person cannot do everything so the leader can focus on the more important tasks and assign the other tasks to the others, thus giving them a feeling of empowerment. Micromanagement conveys lack of trust, the middle leadership does not take ownership, also diverts the leader’s attention from the most important business.

Creativity has always been at the heart of every team. “Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower.” thus said, Steve Jobs. Exploring new experiences, learning new things and practising open-mindedness by asking questions continuously keeps the creativity bug going. Out of the box solutions to day to day, problems gives the leader an edge

Strategising for the Vision of the leader t0 eventuate, a long-term mindset, using research for making decisions and then contemplating on them. A leader plans for the long-term has a layout ready and starts taking practical steady steps towards the larger goal

Planning and Delivery Right attitude, the right decision making and detailed planning result in better delivery. Planning includes financial planning, strategic planning keeping the final result in mind and reviewing the information at a pre-decided frequency to ensure things are going in the right direction, raising a red flag at the right time in case circumstances become unbudgeable. Delivery happens with 100% quality and on time which results in increased revenue

These are the qualities needed for a leader, who people can idolize and follow promoting team-spirit and team­work for the success of the endeavor. Commitment, passion, honesty, creativity, help a good leader to turn around a topsy-turvy situation to his advantage, leaving footprints on the sands of time for others to follow and take inspiration


18th March 2018


Gudi Padwa

Gudi Padwa

Padwa is celebrated on the first day of Chaitra month as per Hindu calendar, it falls in the month of March or April. Padwa word comes from the Sanskrit word, which stands for the first day of the bright phase of the moon. Gudi Padwa marks the beginning of the new year to the Maharashtrians and it is celebrated with a lot of joy and happiness in Maharashtra. The new year brings new dreams and hopes of prosperity. It is also celebrated in the other parts of India, with different names like Konkanis celebrate Samvatsar Padva. In Karnataka it is Ugadi. Sindhi community celebrates this day as Cheti Chand. It is also celebrated in the North East state of Manipur as Sajibu Nongma Panba Cheiraoba.
Significances of Gudi Padwa
It is believed that it was the day when God Brahma Created the universe.
Gudi flag is a symbol of victory it is associated with the victory of Rama over evil Ravana. It is believed that this festival is celebrated to commemorate the coronation of Rama post his return to Ayodhya.

It symbolizes the victory of king Shalivahana over sakas and was hoisted by his people when he returned to Paithan.
Gudi padwa signifies to welcome the season spring. On this day, the position of the sun is above the point of intersection of the equator, which according to the Hindu calendar marks the commencement of Spring season.
It is also believed that on this day Lord Rama killed Kishkinda king Bali.
The Gudhi
A bright colorful cloth with zari or brocade bordered is tied at the top of the long bamboo stick, some neem tree leaves and mango leaves, sugar crystals and a garland of red flower are attached along with it. This arrangement is capped with a metal pot, it is hoisted outside each household on window, facing right side of the entry, and it is seen by everybody. This is symbol of achievement. This gudi is worshipped by devotees and then the prasad is distributed amongst all the members. In Maharashtra on this occasion of Gudi Padwa prasad is made of Neem leaves, tamarind, ajwain, gram-pulse and jaggery. There is a belief, that this prasad strengthens your immunity system and one can fight against diseases better. It also reminds us that life is sweet and some -time better also.

On this day of new year, after waking up early in the morning, people clean their houses, and take oil bath first. Then they decorate the floor with beautiful rangoli, in the front of the main door. Some people even prefer to keep, in front of the main gate, a pot with coconut, flowers and mango leaves on top of it All members of family dress up with new cloths and get together to perform several rituals and customs that are associated with the celebration of this festival. To celebrate this traditional day people make special dish of bitter leaves of neem tree and sweet jaggery. They also mix sour tamarind and astringent dhane seeds. This is like the pacchadi recipe used in ugadi festival. Sindhi community people make sweet rice (Tehri) and Green leafy vegetable Palak (Saai Bhaaji). In Maharashtra, people make sweet puran poli, Aamti and shrikhand on this day.
It is said that the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj the Great Warrior, of Maharashtra, was the person who started the Gudi Padwa celebrations after his victory. The raising of the Gudi was initiated by Shivaji Maharaj and from that day onwards this has been followed by all Marathi people to welcome the new year. This year of 2018 it falls on 18th of March, 2018. Wish you all happy Gudi padwa in advance.

Team Player Skills

Man is a Social being, he has to interact and work with others for survival. Teamwork starts from childhood itself when we play with our friends in groups or perform school projects and gel and live in harmony with each other. The ability to work together with others is a vital skill that is needed in all walks of life. Working as part of a team strengthens social and emotional skills, helps develop communication skills and improves confidence. How does one become a good team player?

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Reliability A person who can be counted on day in day out to get the job done and meet deadlines. Producing reconcilable quality work

Communication skills Effective communication is one of the most important qualities that a good team player must possess. Speaking up and expressing one’s ideas clearly and effectively is what a team player should be able to do. Being open to others ideas and being a good listener also constitute good communication skills

Commitment Towards work and the relationship one builds with the team. Working on one’s strengths, maximizing one’s own contribution to achieve the common goal

Adaptability They proactively adapt to the changing situations and convert them to opportunities. They are flexible and accustom themselves to reforms

Know your strengths Find a role in the team to do what you are best at. It may be good organizing skills, accounting skills, presentation skills, people skills, creativity and so on; use these to the advantage of the team

Transparency Keep your team informed, share ideas and plans with other team members without being tempted to hog all the credit

Help and Respect Offer help and support to everyone who needs it. Tips, pointers should be extended to members if something comes to you easily. Respects others views and perspectives. An ideal team player knows how to have fun, but never at someone else’s expense.

Motivated Being self-motivated and motivating the other members of the team to keep going. Being able to value everybody’s contribution is the key to teamwork

Accept mistakes Take back ideas that do not seem to be working, be able to accept and rectify mistakes without being adamant and self-righteous.

One does not need to be an extrovert to be a good team player. Knowing what the team wants and how as an individual you can add value to the group is the most crucial piece of the jigsaw. Tapping every member’s strengths and collective skills the team can accomplish more in less time giving everyone an inspiring sense of collaboration and cooperation thus increasing the productivity of the team as a whole. This is your time to shine as an individual and as a team by and large


12th March 2018




Accidental inventions

In the age of incessant innovations, inventions and discoveries are commonplace. Most inventions take a very long time to realize, some even take decades. There are others that just happen, without preparation,  through serendipity, scientists stumble into things. Here are some such coincidental inventions

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In 1950Joseph McVicker, head of a Kutol Products Company, a soap manufacturer in Cincinnati, Ohio, created a doughy clay to remove soot stains. But people rejected the idea. Then in 1957, he saw his school teacher using this dough for modeling in her classes. Now it came to be used as a toy turning its creators into millionaires.

Potato Chips

In 1853 George Crum, a chef in New York came across a dissatisfied customer with his soggy french fries. In an endeavor to shut him up, Crum sliced them extremely thin, fried them, submerged them in salt and served it. Surprisingly, the customer liked them and was very happy with the birth of Potato Chips.

Post-it Notes

Spencer Silver and Art Fry at 3M Laboratories started out with producing a super strong adhesive for use in the aerospace industry in building planes. The adhesive could stick only something like paper but did not damage the surface after pulling off. Fry later found them useful to mark hymns of his book at the church choir. This is how the idea of the Post-it was fashioned

Ice Cream Cones

Originally ice cream was served in dishes and cups. In 1904, at  St Louis World’s Fair, a Syrian concessionaire Hamwi was selling waffles in a stall next to an ice cream vendor. The ice cream was selling very well, to the extent that he ran out of dishes. Hamwi’s waffles were in fact not selling well, so he came up with a quick solution to the ice cream vendor’s problem, he rolled the waffle in the shape of a cone, cooled it and tossed ice cream in it and the ice cream cone was born


The ice lolly, freeze pops were also accidentally invented. An 11-year old boy left his glass filled with water, powdered soda mix with a wooden stirring stick on the porch in a cold night. When he saw it in the morning, the mixture had frozen, he gobbled this icy concoction, this is how the great idea was concocted.


A pharmacist, John Pemberton made and sold a syrup as a cure for headaches and nervous disorders. In 1885, due to the ban on sales of alcohol he created a coca-based syrup to add to carbonated water, resulting in a perfect beverage called Coca Cola


A  British pharmacist noticed a dried mass on the end of a stick while he was stirring a mix of chemicals. Scraping it off resulted in sparks and flame. This is how friction lights came into being


In 1907 when Leo Hendrik Baekeland unintentionally created Bakelite. Baekeland combined formaldehyde with phenol, a waste product of coal, and subjected the mixture to heat with an intention to come up with a substitute for shellac. The heating created a polymer that did not melt under heat and stress. This synthetic material then started being  used anywhere and everywhere and is known to us as Plastic

This is how things we rely on for our daily utility, weren’t intended to be consciously fabricated, they just happened by fortuity and now we reap the benefits of these happy accidents. So next time when performing an experiment, be ready for an upcoming accidental invention.


5th March 2018




How to control diabetes ?

Diabetes is a  disease in which the body’s ability to produce or respond to the hormone insulin is impaired, resulting in abnormal metabolism of carbohydrates and elevated levels of glucose in the blood. There are 2 types of Diabetes which are – Type 1 diabetes where there is a chronic condition in which the pancreas produces little or no insulin which is unrecoverable. Type 2 diabetes where is a chronic condition that affects the way the body processes blood sugar (glucose) which can be recoverable . The scientific word for diabetes is Diabetes Mellitus .  These day it has become a very common heath problem. People are even going to Nutrition center to cure it through diet and by losing weight. Some of the common symptoms of diabetes include fatigue, weight loss (even though you are eating more), excessive thirst, increased urination, cut and bruises that are slow to heal and blurred vision. Bitter Gourd also known as bitter melon, which can be helpful for controlling diabetes due to its blood glucose lowering effects. It tends to influence the glucose metabolism all over your body rather than a particular organ or tissue. Even due to the high sugar level , people are on insulin and medication which is too costly and after getting effected by diabetes they start focusing on their health and diet  They have to eat every 2-3 hours so that their sugar level is maintain . but they eat most carbohydrates which is the major cause of the diabetes , They should start eating healthy and lots of fat and protein , they wont only get cure from diabetes but even they would start losing weight which would be mostly fat . It is also said that you can control diabetes with one boiled egg everyday . Research has also proved that even  , when you get up early in morning usually the insulin is low that’s the reason Doctor and Nutritionist says that we should eat high sugar fruits in the morning hours and low sugar fruits as a middle meal or before lunch but for diabetes patients no high sugar fruit allowed only low sugar fruit . Strictly no fruits after lunch and even no bakery products with tea . No sugar in tea , patient can use natural sugar free or stevia (drops or leaves).Insulin in the morning hours is low due to fasting of 8-10 hours during sleep . That’s why in the morning hours  you need simple forms of carbs that is fruits which can be any low sugar fruit and this rule is applicable to all the age groups there is no specification . If glucose level is high in your blood then it can lead to serious health issues . Fenugreek Seeds soaked them in water for overnight, next day in the morning strained the water in the glass and drink this water every day which helps to control diabetes by stimulating pancreases increase in the production of insulins. LIFE IS NOT OVER BECAUSE YOU HAVE DIABTETES . MAKE THE MOST OF WHAT YOU HAVE , BE GRATEFUL – DALE EVANS .