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पीलिया रोग का ज्योतिषीय कारण-

यकृत शरीर के अत्यंत महत्वपूर्ण अंगों में से है। यकृत की कोशिकाएँ आकार में सूक्ष्मदर्शी से ही देखी जा सकने योग्य हैं, परंतु ये बहुत कार्य करती हैं। एक कोशिका इतना कार्य करती हैं कि इसकी तुलना एक कारखाने से (क्योंकि यह अनेक रासायनिक यौगिक बनाती है), एक गोदाम से…

पागलपन रोग और ज्योतिष –

पागलपन या उन्माद मस्तिष्क रोग है। यह रोग सिर की कोई नस दबने या रक्त का थक्का जमने या निराशा, दुःख, दर्द, शोक या पितृदोष अथवा परिवार में अकाल मृत्यु के कारण होता हैं। इस रोग के मुख्य लक्षण है – अधिक भोजन, आकस्मिक हंसना, शोर मचाना, अचानक नाचना या…

ज्योतिष विवेचन से जाने अपना कर्म क्षेत्र

शिक्षा पूर्ण करते ही हर व्यक्ति की प्राथमिक आवश्यकता होती है धन कमाना। किंतु कई बार व्यक्ति असमंजस में होता है कि उसे नौकरी करनी चाहिए या व्यापार। कई बार व्यक्ति नौकरी में असफल या शिक्षा में असफल होने पर व्यापार करना चाहता है। किंतु कभी भी किसी प्रकार का…

रिष्तों में बाधक अहंकार:दूर करने के ज्योतिषीय उपाय

किसी व्यक्ति का व्यवहार मधुर होने के लिए उसका लग्नेष तथा तृतीयेष की बलवान और शुभ स्थान पर स्थिति होना चाहिए, जिससे पारस्परिक आनंद का कारण बनता है। किसी दो व्यक्ति का लग्नेष, तृतीयेष एवं सप्तमेष का जन्म कुंडली में शुभ भावों में युति या दृष्टि संबंध हो अथवा दोनों…

मनुष्य का सबसे बड़ा संबल:आत्मविश्वास

मनुष्य का सबसे बड़ा संबल उसका आत्मविश्वास ही होता है |आत्मविश्वास वस्तुतः एक मानसिक एवं आध्यात्मिक शक्ति है | आत्मविश्वास एक अद्भुत शक्ति होती है | आत्मविश्वास कम होता है तो इससे हीनभावना जागृत होती है | जिंदगी में कामयाब होने के लिए सबसे जरूरी है आत्मविश्वास | आत्म विश्वास…

UK factory PMI surges to 16-month high, exports recover

Growth at British factories surged unexpectedly to a 16-month high in October, helped by a recovery in export orders, according to a survey that will temper some of the concern that the economy is losing steam after two years of gains. The Markit/CIPS purchasing managers’ index (PMI), published on Monday,…

Europe Calls for Tougher Rules on Global Markets

Sometimes it’s not just what is said that counts, but the way it is said. And if tone is anything to go by, the leaders of the European Union’s largest economies are dead serious about cleaning up global finance markets. On Sunday, officials from eight E.U. countries wound up an…

Petrol Politics: How Much Should an Oil Spill Cost?

How serious should the penalties for an oil spill be? In early November, Chevron and its drilling partner Transocean accidentally spilled some 3,000 barrels of oil into the ocean off the coast of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil. As oil spill go, it was relatively minor—although it is a sign…

Betting on Big Solar

It’s good news for solar advocates and bad news for competitors: General Electric is breaking into the solar business in a major way. In April, GE announced it had built a solar module with the highest publicly reported efficiency rate for cadmium telluride thin film — the most popular low-cost…

Can Silicon Valley and Detroit Reinvent the Car Business?

In the month of October, General Motors, Ford and Chrysler once again increased their share of cars and light trucks sold in America. In the third quarter of this year, the companies all reported solid profits. In fact, for the 12 months that just ended, their net income totaled $13…

US and 11 other countries reach landmark Pacific trade pact

Trade ministers from 12 countries announced the largest trade-liberalizing pact in a generation on Monday. In a press conference in Atlanta, trade ministers from the US, Australia and Japan called the the Trans-Pacific Partnership an “ambitious” and “challenging” negotiation that will cut red tape globally and “set the rules for…

The mixed fortunes of a fuel

IN A high-tech world, dirty black lumps of coal might seem like an anachronism. Yet coal is far from a thing of the past. However whizzy your iPad, your wall-mounted television or your electric car, the chances are that it is powered by the stuff. Coal-fired power stations provide two-fifths…

New DNA test for embryos could boost IVF success rates

A test that checks for abnormal amounts of DNA in IVF embryos has raised pregnancy rates at US fertility clinics that have started to offer the procedure. Scientists in Oxford who helped develop the test claim it can boost the chances of an IVF pregnancy by 10 percentage points, leading…

Renewable electricity overtakes coal for first time in UK

Britain generated more of its electricity from renewable sources than from burning coal for the first time in the second quarter of 2015, as more wind and solar farms were built. A record high of 25.3 per cent of the UK’s power came from wind, solar, biomass and hydro-electric sources…

‘Stem rust’ fungus threatens global wheat harvest

The world’s leading crop scientists issued a stark warning that a deadly airborne fungus could devastate wheat harvests in poor countries and lead to famines and civil unrest over significant regions of central Asia and Africa. Ug99 — so called because it was first seen in Uganda in 1999 —…

Italian vintners forced to harvest crops early due to sultry summer

Italy is set for one of its smallest wine harvests after an arid, torrid summer – and will almost certainly cede its title as the world’s biggest wine producer to France. Growers say scorching temperatures and meagre rainfall have affected crops, but add that predicted autumn rains could save the…

Banks fail to meet targets to increase lending to small business

Banks failed to increase lending to small businesses in the first three months of 2010, despite political pressure to free up the credit markets. The Bank of England’s latest credit conditions survey found that credit made available to small business in the first quarter of the year was “little changed”…

Sri Lanka’s tea growers have gone organic

Until quite recently, Sri Lanka had disappeared from the British tea connoisseur’s map. While European tea lovers have always rated top Ceylon estates highly, here the 60s Ceylon Tea centres – which served up a cup of heartburn-inducing tannic brew alongside some vaguely curried veg in cold pastry – did…

Small businesses: the importance of knowing your market

So you’ve had a lightbulb moment and come up with a business idea. Now you need to ask yourself a simple question: “‘Will my idea work?” The only way to answer this is by doing research. But, even though the information and knowledge you can acquire from personal observation, detailed…

United Airlines will honour flight tickets mistakenly sold for $5 to $10

United Airlines will honour plane tickets it mistakenly sold online for between $5 and $10, the company said on Friday. Customers using the airline’s website were able to book tickets without paying airline fares – just airport and security fees – for a brief time on Thursday due to a…

Seven reasons the world’s stock markets are falling

European markets are in panic mode with all major indices down sharply. It follows a widespread sell-off on both sides of the Atlantic on Wednesday. Here are seven reasons why investors are so nervous: Fears of a global slowdown led by the US Recent data is fuelling fears that the…

South Sudan to export coffee for the first time

The world has long been pleading with South Sudan’s feuding leaders to wake up and smell the coffee. The four-year-old country is notorious for conflict and oil but less well known for a coffee farming industry that was wiped out by decades of war. Now TechnoServe, a non-profit organisation that…

The European Union needs reforming, not abandoning

Jonathan Freedland (Opinion, 10 October) is right to warn that a “remain” vote in the forthcoming EU referendum is by no means a foregone conclusion, not least because some will doubtless use it as an opportunity to show two fingers to likely “in” supporters Cameron and Osborne, rather than as…

Wall Street still sees itself as its own best client. Can that ever be remedied?

Imagine, if you can, a world in which the big banks subscribe to a code of conduct that includes a pledge that “we seek no more than a level of profit commensurate with the value we create for our customers”. Wading through the polysyllables and decoding the jargon, that would…

Car manufacturing hits reverse gear

UK car manufacturing went into reverse in August as factories closed for the summer holidays. A total of 71,065 cars rolled off production lines last month, 22% less than the 91,282 cars built in August 2013, according to the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT). The SMMT said August…

Modern cargo ships slow to the speed of the sailing clippers

The world’s largest cargo ships are travelling at lower speeds today than sailing clippers such as the Cutty Sark did more than 130 years ago. A combination of the recession and growing awareness in the shipping industry about climate change emissions encouraged many ship owners to adopt “slow steaming” to…

Europe’s plan for alternative pipeline faces big problems

With its vast underground storage tanks and network of pipes, valves and tubes, Baumgarten in the flatlands east of Vienna is one of Europe’s biggest gas hubs. The first gas to cross the iron curtain was pumped through thousands of miles of pipelines from Siberia and into western Europe 40…

Britain flying high as top of Europe for private jets

The increasing numbers of the UK-based super-rich are sending ownership levels of private jets soaring to all-time highs. More corporate jets have been delivered to Britain in the past five years than to any other European country, according to a report by the private aircraft group JetClub claims, with 64…

Global ranking on corruption and justice aims to promote good governance

The World Justice Project (WJP) says that its Rule of Law Index, which ranks 102 countries, is the most comprehensive of its kind and the only one to rely on primary data. The scores are based on responses from 1,000 people in each country, who were asked questions about corruption,…