Welcome to Bhiknoor.blogspot.com..We have the great SIDDARAMESHWARA SWAMY TEMPLE (Most sacred temple of lord shiva),wide Variety of crops are yielded every year , even in drought conditions , coz of versatile good soil,One of the lead producer of sugarcane and jaggery in Telangana region, Home for many engineers and doctors , every village in our mandal has an engineer, Drastic increase of literacy rate in our mandal is seen..

Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Tv9 30 Minutes on 'Big Bang' Experiment

Indian military to weaponize world's hottest chili

GAUHATI, India – The Indian military has a new weapon against terrorism: the world's hottest chili.
After conducting tests, the military has decided to use the thumb-sized "bhut jolokia," or "ghost chili," to make tear gas-like hand grenades to immobilize suspects, defense officials said Tuesday.
The bhut jolokia was accepted by Guinness World Records in 2007 as the world's spiciest chili. It is grown and eaten in India's northeast for its taste, as a cure for stomach troubles and a way to fight the crippling summer heat.
It has more than 1,000,000 Scoville units, the scientific measurement of a chili's spiciness. Classic Tabasco sauce ranges from 2,500 to 5,000 Scoville units, while jalapeno peppers measure anywhere from 2,500 to 8,000.
"The chili grenade has been found fit for use after trials in Indian defense laboratories, a fact confirmed by scientists at the Defense Research and Development Organization," Col. R. Kalia, a defense spokesman in the northeastern state of Assam, told The Associated Press.
"This is definitely going to be an effective nontoxic weapon because its pungent smell can choke terrorists and force them out of their hide-outs," R. B. Srivastava, the director of the Life Sciences Department at the New Delhi headquarters of the DRDO said.
Srivastava, who led a defense research laboratory in Assam, said trials are also on to produce bhut jolokia-based aerosol sprays to be used by women against attackers and for the police to control and disperse mobs.                           source:yahoo 

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Bhadrachalam Temple View Video

TV9 show on 'Maa Bhoomi' Movie : A clear picture of Telangana Struggle

'మా భూమి' కి ఈ రోజు తో 30 Years

About the film:
Set during one of India's main peasant raisings, the Telangana insurrection between 1945 and 1951 in the pre-Independent state of Hyderabad, the Bengali director's first feature film tells the story of Chander's best-known novel from the peasant's point of view.
 A young peasant, Ramaiah, rebels against the corrupt rule of the Nizam, and when his girl friend has to submit to the potentate's sexual coercion, Ramaiah leaves. He befriends a Marxist activist (the raising was CPI inspired) and participates in the independence struggle. When the peasants take over the village after the Independence, their anger boils over and they perpetrate a massacre.
In 1948 the Indian army marched into Hyderabad and suppressed the rising. Many of the ousted landlords returned to the power by becoming Congress officials, so that the peasants had to face the same struggle all over again.
This film is made in a documentary style inspired by Latin American political cinema but also uses Indian folk idioms such as Burra Katha style (the political education sequence with the union leader Maqbool). The film's view of rising is mostly an uncritical one, esp. in comparison with recent analysis by historians sympathetic to political groups currently working in Telangana.

Year :1979
Producer :Chaithanya Chitra International
Director :Goutam Ghose
Lyrics :Suddhala Hanumanth, Yadagiri
Music :Vinjamuri Seetha
Starring :Sai Chand, Rami Reddy, Kakarala, Bhoopal Reddy, Yadagiri

Click here to watch MAA BHOOMI  movie online