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Modern spine surgery centers at Delhi, Bangalore and Mumbai for minimal price anterior cervical fusion surgery in India. The procedure of anterior cervical fusion surgery is a good alternative to artificial disc replacement surgery. Anterior cervical decompression surgery involves the removal of disc and/or bone through an approach in the front of the neck and then filling the cavity formed with bone from the hip and possibly placing screws and plates to hold the whole construct into place. The typical patient presents with either arm symptoms such as pain, weakness, numbness or pins and needles, or else symptoms and signs of spinal cord dysfunction, termed myelopathy. Myelopathy disorder can manifest in a number of ways, including generalized stiffness, difficulty walking, loss of fine motor control in the hands etc for which anterior cervical fusion surgery is recommended. The procedure allows the surgeon to fill the space left by removing the disc with a block of bone taken from the pelvis. Placing a bone graft between two or more vertebrae causes the vertebrae to grow together, or fuse. India is planning expand its medical tourism industry to facilitate foreign visitor wishing to get complex spine procedures like anterior cervical fusion surgery in India at a minimal cost along with the same world class hospital care facilities that one finds ate American or European hospitals. Indeed medical tourism in India relieves foreigners who travel abroad in search of low cost, world-class medical treatment. The quality of Indian healthcare services has gained so much international recognition that Indian finance minister Jaswant Singh hoped and declared India to become a “global health destination.” In the forthcoming years. The medical stay and medical operative care provided by spine surgeons of India are really great in terms of cost and quality. Another attraction to get medical treatment in India is enjoying holiday vacations at the great sites of Indian cultural heritage and tourist resorts. Get consultation to get for minimal price anterior cervical fusion surgery in India at *******www.dheerajbojwani**** or mail us at contactdheerajbojwani****
16 May 2009
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Interview with Mr. Jaswant Singh, Former Cabinet Minister (Defense, External Affairs and Finance), Government of India; interview conducted by Dr. Nagendra V. Chowdary, Dean, IBSCDC (www.ibscdc****) and Mr. Siddharth Shankar
12 Sep 2009
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Interview with Mr. Jaswant Singh, Former Cabinet Minister (Defense, External Affairs and Finance), Government of India; interview conducted by Dr. Nagendra V. Chowdary, Dean, IBSCDC (www.ibscdc****) and Mr. Siddharth Shankar
4 Jun 2009
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Historical Rescue of 65 trapped coal miner after inundation at Mahabir Colliery, Raniganj Coalfields (INDIA) on 13 Nov 1989 (Hero : Shri Jaswant Singh Gill Addl General Manager ECL Coal India Ltd.) (specially designed steel capsule was used for rescue of men Very first time in the world in a large dia bore hole)
14 Sep 2009
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The Great Indian Laughter Challenge 4 jaswant singh best performance
24 May 2009
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10 Mar 2009
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Jaswant Singh- Great Indian Laughter Chal 22nd August Part
1 Feb 2010
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Song: Kambh Singer: Jaswant Nagina Album: Back Unda Da Influence
21 Apr 2011
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1th august the Great Indian Laughter Challenge 4
10 Sep 2009
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the Great Indian Laughter Challenge 4 18 July 2008
18 Jan 2010
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1 Sep 2010
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Nobody does sunil shetty better than this guy, he's awesome
19 Feb 2015
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*******www.TheGreatIndianLaughterChallenge4**** Great Indian Laughter Challenge 4- 13th Bharti Great Indian Laughter Challenge June Episode Part Ehsaan Qureshi Sunil Pal Kapil Sharma and Chandan Prabhakar Hard Kaur amit Sharma Bharti Jaswant Singh Naveen Sharma Jitender Mittal Abdal Aamil Khan Naveen Sharma Rajbir Kaur Sanjay Pandey Vishwa Chauhan Ajay Atapattu Manoj Kumar Suresh Albela Zafar Husain Mukesh Chotu pushpinder zeera Somnath Karmakar
24 May 2009
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Movie..Baware nain (1950) Singers : Geeta Dutt and Mukesh Music Director: Roshanlal Director: Kedar Sharma Cast ;RAJ Kapoor ,Cuckoo, Geeta Bali, Himmat Rai, Jaswant, Manju, Nazima, Raj Kapoor, Sharda, Vijayalaxmi Producer: Ambitions Pictures About Geeta Dutt :- The legendary nightingale with mesmerizing voice.. Geetā Dutt (Bengali: গীতা দত্ত, born Geetā Ghosh Roy Chowdhuri) [November 23, 1930 July 20, 1972] was a prominent Indian playback singer in Hindi movies in the 1950s and 60s, and also a singer of modern Bengali songs. Geeta Dutt was born in 1930 into a rich zamindār's family as Geeta Ghosh Roy Chowdhuri in Faridpur, (then in Bengal, India; now in Banglādesh). In 1942, her parents shifted to an apartment in Dādar, Bombay (now Mumbai) when she was twelve. There, composer/music director Hanumān Prasād once overheard her singing casually, and, feeling impressed, he offered to impart her training in singing. He launched her in a chorus song in Bhakta Prahlād (1946), where she sang only two lines. But her rendering of those two lines stood out. The following year, she got a major assignment as a playback singer for Do Bhāi, and her renderings in that movie brought Geeta to the forefront as a top playback singer. During Geeta's recording of songs for the movie Baazi, she met the movie's young and upcoming director, Guru Dutt. Their romance culminated in marriage on May 26, 1953. Geeta went on to sing some of her best songs in his movies while continuing to sing in various other assignments as well. Geeta and Guru Dutt had three children: Tarun (b. 1954), Arun (b. 1956), and Ninā (b. 1962). In 1957, Guru Dutt launched a movie, "Gauri",' with Geeta as its singing star. It was to be India's first movie in Cinemascope, but the project was shelved after only a few days of shooting. By then, their marriage was on the rocks, Guru Dutt had got romantically involved with Waheedā Rehmān, and Geeta had taken to drinking. The breakup of their marriage affected Geeta's singing career. In 1964, Guru Dutt died from a combination of alcohol and an overdose of sleeping pills. (His death was widely perceived as a suicide following two earlier attempts[6].) Geeta then suffered a serious nervous breakdown, and also ran into financial problems. She tried to resume her singing career, cutting discs at Durgā Pujā, and giving stage shows. She also performed in a leading role in a Bengali movie, Bhadu Bharan (1967), and sang admirably for a movie, Anubhav (1971), which turned out to her final performance to the music of Kanu Roy. Geeta died of cirrhosis of the liver on July 20, 1972...wikipedia Lyrics :-Khayalon mein kisi ke is tarah aaya nahi karte Kisi ko bewafa ke tadpaya nahi karte.. Khayalon mein kisi ke.. (2) Dilon ko raund kar dil apna behlaya nahi karte Jo Thukraye gaye ho unko thukraya nahi karte Dilon ko raund kar... Hansi phoolon ki do din chandni bhi chaar din ki hai Chandini chaar din ki hai mili ho chand si soorat to itraya nahi karte Kisi to bewafa ke tadpaya nahi karte Khayalon mein kisi ke Jinhe mitna ho woh mitne se dar jaaya nahi karte Woh Dar jaaya nahi karte Mohabbat karne wale gham se ghabraya nahin karte Kisi ko bewafa ke tadpaya nahi karte Khayalon mein kisi ke Mohabbat ka sabak seekho, yeh jaakar jalnewalon se yeh jaakar jalnewalon se ke dil ki baat bhi lab tak kabhi laaya nahi karte jo thukraye gaye ho unko thukraya nahi karte Khayalon mein kisi ke, is tarah aaya nahi karte kisi ko bewafa ke tadpaya nahi karte Khayalon mein kisi ke...
5 May 2010
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Renkōji Temple (蓮光寺, Renkōji?) is a Buddhist temple in Tokyo, Japan. It is the purported location of the ashes of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, Indian freedom-fighter, which have been preserved since September 18, 1945.[1] The small, well-preserved temple was established in 1594 inspired by the God of Wealth and Happiness. It belongs to the Nichiren sect of Buddhism that believes that human salvation lies only in the Lotus Sutra. [edit] Subhas Chandra Bose The ashes of Subhas Chandra Bose came to the temple for the purpose of a funeral ceremony but Rev. Mochizuki, father of the present chief monk, agreed to keep them in safe custody. Bose's funeral was held at 8:00 p.m. on September 18, 1945.[2] Netajis associates observe his death anniversary on August 18 at the temple every year. Over the years, several Indian officials have visited Renkoji to pay their respects to Subhas Chandra Bose: Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru was the first dignitary to visit the site in October 1957.[3] President Dr. Rajendra Prasad followed him a year later. Indira Gandhi visited in 1969.[4] Atal Bihari Vajpayee, former Prime Minister of India, first visited the temple during his term as Foreign Minister. He later visited it during his official visit to Japan on December 9, 2001. In 2000, the then Indian Minister of External Affairs, Jaswant Singh, visited the temple in November. The ashes of Netaji are placed in a small golden pagoda.
16 May 2010
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duet by anojreds and pratikshya, directed by jaswant dev shrestha
19 Aug 2010
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