Hospital Window ( Story)


 

Two men, both seriously ill, occupied the same hospital room.
 

One man was allowed to sit up in his bed for an hour each afternoon to help drain the fluid from his lungs.
His bed was next to the room’s only window.
 

The other man had to spend all his time flat on his back.
The men talked for hours on end. They spoke of their wives and families, their homes, their jobs, their involvement in the military service, where they had been on vacation.

Every afternoon when the man in the bed by the window could sit up, he would pass the time by describing to his roommate all the things he could see outside the window.

The man in the other bed began to live for those one hour periods where his world would be broadened and enlivened by all the activity and color of the world outside.

The window overlooked a park with a lovely lake. Ducks and swans played on the water while children sailed their model boats. Young lovers walked arm in arm amidst flowers of every color and a fine view of the city skyline could be seen in the distance.

As the man by the window described all this in exquisite detail, the man on the other side of the room would close his eyes and imagine the picturesque scene.

One warm afternoon the man by the window described a parade passing by.

Although the other man couldn’t hear the band – he could see it. In his mind’s eye as the gentleman by the window portrayed it with descriptive words.

Days and weeks passed.

One morning, the day nurse arrived to bring water for their baths only to find the lifeless body of  the man by the window, who had died peacefully in his sleep. She was saddened and called the hospital attendants to take the body away.

As soon as it seemed appropriate, the other man asked if he could be moved next to the window. The nurse was happy to make the switch, and after making sure he was comfortable, she left him alone.

Slowly, painfully, he propped himself up on one elbow to take his first look at the real world outside. He strained to slowly turn to look out the window beside the bed.

It faced a blank wall.

The man asked the nurse what could have compelled his deceased roommate who had described such wonderful things outside this window.

The nurse responded that the man was blind and could not even see the wall.

She said, “Perhaps he just wanted to encourage you.”

Epilogue:

  There is tremendous happiness in making others happy, despite our own situations.

Shared grief is half the sorrow, but happiness when shared, is doubled.

If you want to feel rich, just count all the things you have that money can’t buy.

Beautiful Eyes


List of RTO districts in India


These are a list of some Indian licence plates, broken down into states or Union Territories, and their districts.

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[edit] AN — Andaman & Nicobar Islands

AN-01 Port Blair, Andaman District AN-01
AN-02 Car Nicobar, Nicobar District

[edit] AP — Andhra Pradesh

In Andhra Pradesh one RTO district might have several RTO offices. In this case the first office shown is always the headquarter.

AP-01 Adilabad / Mancherial / Nirmal
AP-02 Anantapur / Hindupur
AP-03 Tirupathi / Chittoor / Madanapalle
AP-04 kadapa / Proddutur
AP-05 & AP-06 Kakinada / Amalapuram / Rajahmundry
AP-07 Guntur / Tenali / Piduguralla / Narasaraopet
AP-08 Guntur
AP-09
AP-10 Secunderabad, Hyderabad District
AP-11 Malakpet, Hyderabad District
AP-12 Bahadurpura, Hyderabad District
AP-13 Mehdipatnam, Hyderabad District
AP-14 Karimnagar, Hyderabad District
AP-15 Karimnagar / Jagtial / Peddapalli
AP-16 Vijayawada / Gudivada / Machilipatnam / Nandigama / Nuzividu / Krishna
AP-17 to AP-19 Vijayawada
AP-20 Khammam / Kothagudem / Sattupalli / Yellandu
AP-21 Kurnool / Adoni / Nandyal
AP-22 Mahaboobnagar / Pebbair / Gadwal
AP-23 Sangareddy / Siddipet / Medak
AP-24 Nalgonda / Bhongir / Suryapet
AP-25 Nizamabad / Kamareddy
AP-26 Nellore / Kavali / Gudur / Sullurpet
AP-27 Ongole / Chirala / Markapur / Prakasam
AP-28 & AP-29 Rangareddy
AP-30 Srikakulam
AP-31 Visakhapatnam / Gajuwaka / Anakapalli
AP-32 to AP-34 Visakhapatnam
AP-35 Vizianagaram
AP-36 Warangal / Jangaon
AP-37 Eluru / Jangareddy Gudem / Kovvur / Tadepalli Gudem / Tanuku / Bhimavaram
AP-38 Eluru

[edit] AR — Arunachal Pradesh

AR-01 Itanagar
AR-02 Itanagar (commercial vehicles of state transport)
AR-03 Tawang
AR-04 Bomdila
AR-05 Seppa
AR-06 Ziro
AR-07 Daporiji
AR-08 Along
AR-09 Pasighat
AR-10 Anini
AR-11 Tezu
AR-12 Changalang
AR-13 Khonsa
AR-14 Yingkiong

[edit] AS — Assam

AS-01A/B Guwahati West
AS-01C Guwahati East
AS-02 Nagaon
AS-03 Jorhat
AS-04 Sibsagar
AS-05 Golaghat
AS-06 Dibrugarh
AS-08 North Cachar Hills
AS-09 Karbi Anglong
AS-10 Karimganj
AS-11 Cachar
AS-12 Dispur
AS-13 Darrang
AS-14 Nalbari
AS-15 Barpeta
AS-16 Kokrajhar
AS-17 Dhubri
AS-18 Goalpara
AS-19 Bongaigaon
AS-21 Marigaon
AS-22 Dhemaji
AS-23 Tinsukia
AS-24 Hailakandi

[edit] BR — Bihar

BR-01 Patna
BR-02 Gaya
BR-03 Bhojpur
BR-04 Chapra
BR-05 Motihari
BR-06 Muzaffarpur
BR-07 Darbhanga
BR-08 Monghyr
BR-09 Begusarai
BR-10 Bhagalpur
BR-11 Purnea
BR-12 Dumka
BR-13 Hazaribagh
BR-14 Ranchi
BR-15 Palamu
BR-16 Jamshedpur
BR-17 Dhanbad
BR-18 Chaibassa
BR-19 Saharsa
BR-20 Bokaro
BR-21 Nalanda
BR-22 Bettiah
BR-23 Giridih
BR-24 Dehri
BR-25 Jahanabad
BR-26 Aurangabad
BR-27 Nawadah
BR-28 Gopalganj
BR-29 Siwan
BR-30 Sitamrahi
BR-31 Hajipur
BR-32 Madhubani
BR-33 Samastipur
BR-34 Khagaria
BR-35 Sahebganj
BR-36 Godda
BR-37 Kishanganj
BR-38 Araria
BR-39 Katihar
BR-40 Deoghar
BR-41 Gumla
BR-42 Lohardaga
BR-43 Madhepur
BR-44 Buxar
BR-45 Bhabhera
BR-46 Jamui
BR-47 Koderma

[edit] CH — Chandigarh

CH-01 Chandigarh

[edit] CG — Chhattisgarh

CG-01 to CG-?? ( further details unknown )
CG-04 Raipur
CG-15 Ambikapur
CG-07 DURG
CG-06 Mahasamund
CG-01 CG Governor
Cg Govt.
[Cg police]]
CG-05 Bilaspur
CG-08 Rajnandgaon
CG-12 [[Korba]
CG-17 Jagdalpur
CG-18 [[Dantewada]
CG-19 [[Kanker]

[edit] DD — Daman and Diu

DD-02 Diu
DD-03 Daman

[edit] DL — Delhi

DL-01 Delhi North: Under Hill Road
DL-02 New Delhi: Tilak Marg
DL-03 Delhi South: Sheikh Sarai
DL-04 Delhi West: Janak Puri
DL-05 Delhi North East: Loni Road
DL-06 Delhi Central: Sarai Kale Khan
DL-07 Delhi East: Anand Vihar
DL-08 Delhi North West: muzaffarnagar
DL-09 Delhi South West: Sarai Kale Khan RTO
 DL-1C Ashok vihar

[edit] DN — Dadra and Nagar Haveli

DN-09 Silvassa

[edit] GA — Goa

GA-01 North Goa
GA-02 South Goa
GA-07 Panaji
GA-08 Margao

[edit] GJ Gujarat

GJ-01 Ahmedabad
GJ-02   Mehsana
GJ-03   Rajkot
GJ-04   Bhavnagar
GJ-05   Surat
GJ-06   Vadodara
GJ-07   Kheda
GJ-08   Banaskantha
GJ-09   Sabarkantha
GJ-10   Jamnagar
GJ-11   Junagadh
GJ-12   Kutch
GJ-13   Surendranagar
GJ-14   Amreli
GJ-15   Valsad
GJ-16   Bharuch
GJ-17   Panchmahal
GJ-18   Gandhinagar
GJ-19   Bardoli
GJ-20   Dahod
GJ-21   Navsari
GJ-22   Narmada
GJ-23   Anand
GJ-24   Patan
GJ-25   Porbandar

[edit] HP — Himachal Pradesh

HP-01 & HP-02 Shimla – Urban (tourist buses & taxis)
HP-03 Shimla – Urban
HP-04 Dharamsala (auto-rikshaws)
HP-05 Mandi (auto-rikshaws)
HP-06 Rampur Bushar
HP-07 Rampur
HP-08 Chopal
HP-09 Theog
HP-10 Rohru
HP-11 Arki
HP-12 Nalagarh
HP-13 Kandaghat
HP-14 Solan
HP-15 Parvanu
HP-16 Rajgarh
HP-17 Paonta Sahib
HP-18 Nahan
HP-19 Amb
HP-20 Una
HP-21 Barsar
HP-22 Hamirpur
HP-23 Ghumarvi
HP-24 Bilaspur
HP-25 Kalpa
HP-26 Nichar
HP-27 Pooh
HP-28 Sarkaghat
HP-29 Jogendranagar
HP-30 Karsog
HP-31 Sundernagar
HP-32 Gohar
HP-33 Mandi
HP-34 Kullu
HP-35 Ani
HP-36 Dehra
HP-37 Palampur
HP-38 Noorpur
HP-39 Dharamsala
HP-40 Kangra / Chamba
HP-41 Kaza
HP-42 Kelang
HP-43 Udaipur
HP-44 Churah
HP-45 Pangi
HP-46 Bharmour
HP-47 Dalhosie
HP-48 Chamba
HP-49 Banjar
HP-50 Shimla (auto-rikshaws)
HP-51 & HP-52 Shimla – Rural
HP-53 Baijnath
HP-54 Jawali
HP-55 Nadaun / Hamirpur

[edit] HR — Haryana

HR-01 Ambala
HR-02 Jagadhri
HR-03 Panchkula
HR-04 Naraingarh
HR-05 Karnal
HR-06 Panipat
HR-07 Kurukshetra
HR-08 Kaithal
HR-09 Gulah
HR-10 Sonepat
HR-11 Gohana
HR-12 Rohtak
HR-13 Bhadurgarh
HR-14 Jhajjar
HR-15 Meham
HR-16 Bhiwani
HR-17 Siwani
HR-18 Loharu
HR-19 Charkhi Dadri
HR-20 Hisar
HR-21 Hansi
HR-22 Fatehabad
HR-23 Tohana
HR-24 Sirsa
HR-25 Dabwali
HR-26 Gurgaon
HR-27 Nuh / Hisar
HR-28 Ferozepur Zhirka
HR-29 Ballabgarh
HR-30 Palwal
HR-31 Jind
HR-32 Narwana
HR-33 Safidon
HR-34 Mohindergarh
HR-35 Narnaul
HR-36 Rewari
HR-38 Faridabad(Commercial Vehicles)
HR-40 Assandh
HR-41 Pehowa
HR-42 Ganaur
HR-43 Kosli
HR-44 Ellanabad
HR-46 Rohtak(Commercial Vehicles)
HR-47 Rewari(Commercial Vehicles)
HR-48 Tobhama
HR-49 Kalka
HR-50 Hodal
HR-51 Faridabad
HR-53 Adampur
HR-54 Borara
HR-55 Gurgaon (Commercial Vehicles only)

[edit] JH — Jharkhand

JH-01 Ranchi
JH-02 Hazaribagh / Ramgarh
JH-03 DALTONGANJ
JH-04 (* information not available *)
JH-05 Jamshedpur
JH-06 Giridih
JH-07 (* information not available *)
JH-08 (* information not available *)
JH-09 Bokaro
JH-10 Dhanbad
JH-11 (* information not available *)
JH-12 (* information not available *)
JH-13 (* information not available *)
JH-14 Gumla
JH-15 (* information not available *)
JH-16 (* information not available *)
JH-17 (* information not available *)

[edit] JK — Jammu & Kashmir

JK-01 Srinagar
JK-02 Jammu
JK-03 Anantnag
JK-04 Budgam
JK-05 Baramulla / Anatnag
JK-06 Doda / Baramula
JK-07 Kargil
JK-08 Kathua
JK-09 Kupwara
JK-10 Leh
JK-11 Rajouri
JK-12 Poonch
JK-13 Pulwama
JK-14 Udhampur

[edit] KA — Karnataka

KA-01 Bangalore Central (Koramangala)
KA-02 Bangalore West (Rajajinagar)
KA-03 Bangalore East (Indiranagar)
KA-04 Bangalore North (Yeshwanthpur)
KA-05 Bangalore South (Jayanagar)
KA-06 Tumkur
KA-07 Kolar
KA-08 KGF (Kolar Gold Fields)
KA-09 Mysore
KA-10 Chamrajnagar
KA-11 Mandya
KA-12 Madikeri
KA-13 Hassan
KA-14 Shimoga
KA-15 Sagar,Shimoga Dist
KA-16 Chitradurga
KA-17 Davangere
KA-18 Chickmagalur
KA-19 Mangalore, Dakshina Kannada District
KA-20 Udupi
KA-21 Puttur
KA-22 Belgaum
KA-23 Chikkodi
KA-24 Bailhongal
KA-25 Dharwad
KA-26 Gadag
KA-27 Haveri
KA-28 Bijapur
KA-29 Bagalkot
KA-30 Karwar (Uttar Kannada)
KA-31 Sirsi , Karwar Dist
KA-32 Gulbarga
KA-33 Yadgir
KA-34 Bellary
KA-35 Hospet
KA-36 Raichur District
KA-37 Koppal/Gangavati
KA-38 Bidar
KA-39 Bhalki
KA-40 Chikkaballapur
KA-41 Rajarajeswari nagar, Bangalore District
KA-42 Ramanagar, Bangalore Rural District
KA-43 Devanahalli, Bangalore Rural District
KA-44 Tiptur, Tumkur District
KA-45 Hunsur, Mysore District
KA-46 Sakaleshapur, Hassan District
KA-47 Honnavar, Uttarakannada District
KA-48 Jamkhandi, Bagalakote District
KA-49 Gokak, Belgaum District
KA-50 Yelahanka, Bangalore District
KA-51 Bannerghatta, Bangalore District
KA-52 Nelamangala, Bangalore District
KA-53 K.R. Puram, Bangalore District
KA-54 Nagamangala, Mandya District
KA-55 ??, ?? District

[edit] KL — Kerala

KL-01 Thiruvananthapuram
KL-02 Kollam
KL-03 Pathanamthitta
KL-04 Alappuzha
KL-05 Kottayam
KL-06 Idukki
KL-07 Ernakulam
KL-08 Thrissur
KL-09 Palakkad
KL-10 Malappuram
KL-11 Kozhikode
KL-12 Wayanad
KL-13 Kannur
KL-14 Kasaragod
KL-15 Thiruvananthapuram (for Kerala State Road Transport Corporation)
KL-16 Attingal
KL-17 Muvattupuzha
KL-18 Vatakara
KL-19 Parassala
KL-20 Neyyattinkara
KL-21 Nedumangad
KL-22 Kazhakuttam
KL-23 Karunagappally
KL-24 Kottarakara
KL-25 Punalur
KL-26 Adoor
KL-27 Thiruvalla
KL-28 Mallappally
KL-29 Kayamkulam
KL-30 Chengannur
KL-31 Mavelikara
KL-32 Cherthala
KL-33 Changanassery
KL-34 Kanjirappally
KL-35 Palai
KL-36 Vaikom
KL-37 Vandiperiyar
KL-38 Thodupuzha
KL-39 Thripunithura
KL-40 Perumbavoor
KL-41 Aluva
KL-42 North Paravur
KL-43 Mattancherry
KL-44 Kothamangalam
KL-45 Irinjalakuda
KL-46 Guruvayur
KL-47 Kodungalloor
KL-48 Wadakkancherry
KL-49 Alathur
KL-50 Mannarkkad
KL-51 Ottappalam
KL-52 Pattambi
KL-53 Perinthalmanna
KL-54 Ponnani
KL-55 Tirur
KL-56 Koyilandy
KL-57 Koduvally
KL-58 Thalassery
KL-59 Taliparamba
KL-60 Kanhangad

[edit] LD — Lakshadweep

LD-01 Kavaratti

[edit] MH — Maharashtra

MH-01 Mumbai (Central)- Location- Tardeo
MH-02 Mumbai, (West), Andheri (Mumbai Western Suburbs – Location Andheri West)
MH-03 Mumbai, (East), Wadala (Mumbai Eastern Suburbs – Location Worli)
MH-04 Thane
MH-05 Kalyan, (Dist. Thane) / Dombivli / Ulhasnagar
MH-06 Pen, (Dist. Raigad)
MH-07 Kudal, (Dist. Sindhudurg)
MH-08 Ratnagiri
MH-09 Kolhapur
MH-10 Sangli
MH-11 Satara
MH-12 Pune
MH-13 Solapur
MH-14 Pimpri-Chinchwad, (Dist. Pune)
MH-15 Nashik
MH-16 Ahmednagar
MH-17 Shrirampur, (Dist. Ahmednagar)
MH-18 Dhule
MH-19 Jalgaon
MH-20 Aurangabad
MH-21 Jalna
MH-22 Parbhani
MH-23 Beed
MH-24 Latur
MH-25 Osmanabad
MH-26 Nanded
MH-27 Amravati
MH-28 Buldana
MH-29 Yavatmal
MH-30 Akola
MH-31 Nagpur
MH-32 Wardha
MH-33 Gadchiroli
MH-34 Chandrapur
MH-35 Gondia
MH-36 Bhandara
MH-37 Washim
MH-38 Hingoli
MH-39 Nandurbar
MH-40 Wadi, Nagpur (Rural)
MH-41 Malegaon, (Dist. Nashik
MH-42 Baramati, (Dist. Pune)
MH-43 Navi Mumbai, (Dist. Thane)
MH-44 Ambejogai, (Dist. Beed)
MH-45 Akluj, (Dist. Solapur)

[edit] ML — Meghalaya

ML-01 Shillong (government vehicles)
ML-02 Shillong (police vehicles)
ML-03 Shillong (vehicles owned by transport corporations)
ML-04 Jaintia Hills
ML-05 East Khasi Hills
ML-06 West Khasi Hills
ML-07 East Garo Hills
ML-08 West Garo Hills
ML-09 South Garo Hills
ML-10 Ri-Bhoi

[edit] MN — Manipur

MN-01 Imphal
MN-02 Churachandpur
MN-03 Kangpokpi
MN-04 Thoubal

[edit] MP — Madhya Pradesh

MP-01 Honorable Governor’s Vehicle
MP-02 M.P. Government Vehicle
MP-03 M.P. Police Vehicle
MP-04 Bhopal
MP-05 Hoshangabad
MP-06 Morena
MP-07 Gwalior
MP-08 Guna
MP-09 Indore
MP-10 Khargone
MP-11 Dhar
MP-12 Khandwa
MP-13 Ujjain
MP-14 Mandsor
MP-15 Sagar
MP-16 Chhatarpur
MP-17 Rewa
MP-18 Shahdol
MP-19 Satna
MP-20 Jabalpur
MP-21 Katni
MP-22 Seoni
MP-23 Raipur / Chhindwara
MP-24 Durg / Bhind
MP-25 Jagdalpur / Sheopur
MP-26 Bilaspur / Datia
MP-27 Ambikapur / Shivpuri
MP-28 Chhindwara / Damoh
MP-69 Panna
MP-30 Tikamgarh
MP-32 Raisen
MP-33 Rajgarh
MP-34 Vidisha
MP-35 Dewas
MP-36 Shajapur
MP-37 Sehore
MP-38 Neemach
MP-39 Jhabua
MP-40 Badwani
MP-41 [[DEWAS]
MP-42 Betul
MP-43 Ratlam / Narsinghpur
MP-44 Balaghat
MP-45 Mandla
MP-46 Dindori
MP-47 Sidhi
MP-48 Umria
MP-49 Ashok Nagar
MP-48 Burhanpur
MP-48 Anooppur

[edit] MZ — Mizoram

MZ-01 Aizawl
MZ-02 Lunglei
MZ-03 Chimtuipui

[edit] NL — Nagaland

NL-01 Kohima
NL-02 Mokokchung
NL-03 Tuensang
NL-04 Mon
NL-05 Wokha
NL-06 Zunheboto

[edit] OR — Orissa

OR-01 Balasore
OR-02 Bhubaneswar
OR-03 Bolangir
OR-04 Chandikhole
OR-05 Cuttack
OR-06 Dhenkanal
OR-07 Ganjam
OR-08 Kalahandi
OR-09 Keonjhar
OR-10 Koraput
OR-11 Mayurbhanj
OR-12 Phulbani
OR-13 Puri
OR-14 Rourkela
OR-15 Sambalpur
OR-16 Sundergarh
OR-17 Baragarh
OR-18 Rayagada
OR-19 Angul
OR-20 Gajapati
OR-21 Jagatsinghpur
OR-22 Jharsuguda
OR-23 Nawarangpur
OR-24 Nayagarh
OR-25 Nuapada

[edit] PB — Punjab

PB-01 Chandigarh
PB-02 Amritsar
PB-03 Bathinda
PB-04 Faridkot
PB-05 Ferozepur
PB-06 Gurdaspur
PB-07 Hoshiarpur
PB-08 Jalandhar
PB-09 Kapurthala
PB-10 Ludhiana
PB-11 Patiala
PB-12 Ropar
PB-13 Sangrur
PB-14 Ajnala
PB-15 Abohar
PB-16 Anandpur Sahib
PB-17 Baba Bakala
PB-18 Batala
PB-19 Barnala
PB-20 Balachaur
PB-21 Dasuya
PB-22 Fazilka
PB-23 Fatehgarh Sahib
PB-24 Garhshankar
PB-25 Jagraon
PB-26 Khanna
PB-27 Kharar
PB-28 Malerkotla
PB-29 Moga
PB-30 Muktsar
PB-31 Mansa
PB-32 Nawanshahr
PB-33 Nakodar
PB-34 Nabha
PB-35 Pathankot
PB-36 Phagwara
PB-37 Philaur
PB-38 Patti
PB-39 Rajpura
PB-40 Rampura Phul
PB-41 Sultanpur Lodhi
PB-42 Samana
PB-43 Samrala
PB-44 Sunam
PB-45 Talwandi Sabo
PB-46 Tarn Taran
PB-47 Zira
PB-48 Amloh
PB-49 Khamono
PB-50 Budhlada
PB-51 Jhunir / Sardulgarh
PB-52 Bassi Pathana
PB-53 Malout
PB-54 Mukerian
PB-55 Payal
PB-56 Raikot
PB-57 Bhulath
PB-58 Dera Baba Nanak
PB-59 Dhuri
PB-60 Gidderbaha
PB-61 Jalalabad
PB-62 Jaitu
PB-63 Khadoor Sahib
PB-64 Moonak
PB-65 Mohali
PB-66 Nihal Singh Wala
PB-67 Shahkot
PB-68 Dhar
PB-69 Bagha Purana
PB-70 Dera Bassi

[edit] PY — Puducherry

PY-01 Puducherry
PY-02 Karaikal
PY-03 Mahe
PY-04 Yanam

[edit] RJ — Rajasthan

RJ-01 Ajmer
RJ-02 Alwar
RJ-03 Banswara
RJ-04 Barmer
RJ-05 Bharatpur
RJ-06 Bhilwara
RJ-07 Bikaner
RJ-08 Bundi
RJ-09 Chittaurgarh
RJ-10 Churu
RJ-11 Dholpur
RJ-12 Dhungarpur
RJ-13 Sri Ganganagar
RJ-14 Jaipur
RJ-15 Jaisalmer
RJ-16 Jalore
RJ-17 Jhalawar
RJ-18 Jhunjhunu
RJ-19 Jodhpur
RJ-20 Kota
RJ-21 Nagour
RJ-22 Pali
RJ-23 Sikar
RJ-24 Sirohi
RJ-25 Sawaimadhopur
RJ-26 Tonk
RJ-27 Udaipur
RJ-28 Baran
RJ-29 Dausa
RJ-30 Rajsamad

[edit] SK — Sikkim

SK-01 Gangtok (two-wheelers)
SK-02 Gangtok (private vehicles)
SK-03 Gangtok (goods vehicles)
SK-04 Gangtok (buses & cont. vehicles)
SK-05 Gangtok (tractors, trailers)

[edit] TN — Tamil Nadu

TN-01 Chennai Central (Chetpet} [PIN Codes 600006,07,08,10,23,31,34,81,105]
TN-02 Chennai North West (Thirumangalam) [PIN Codes 600029,30,40,49,101,102,106, Mugappair East & West]
TN-03 Chennai East (Thondiyarpet)
TN-04 Chennai East (Basin Bridge) [PIN Codes 600001,03,09,13,19,21,79,81,104,108,112]
TN-05 Chennai North [PIN Codes 600011,12,38,39,82,99,110,118]
TN-06 Chennai South Triplicane – Future
TN-07 Chennai South (Thiruvanmiyur) [PIN Codes 600002 (except Anna Salai), 600004,05,18,20,22,25,28,36,42,85,86,90,96,113,28, Palavakkam, Kotivakkam]
TN-09 Chennai West (K.K. Nagar) [PIN Codes 600015,17,24,32,33,35,78,83,89,97,98]
TN-10 Chennai South West (Valasarawakkam) [PIN Codes 600026,87,89,92,93,94,111, Porur, Ramapuram]
TN-20 Tiruvallur
TN-21 Kanchipuram
TN-22 Meenambakkam
TN-23 Vellore
TN-24 Krishnagiri
TN-25 Thiruvannamalai
TN-28 Namakkal
TN-29 Dharmapuri
TN-30 Salem Town
TN-54 Salem East
TN-52 Sankagiri
TN-31 Cuddalore
TN-32 Villupuram
TN-33 Erode
TN-34 Thiruchengode
TN-36 Gobichettipalayam
TN-56 Perundurai, Erode
TN-37 Coimbatore South
TN-38 Coimbatore North
TN-61 Coimbatore Central- Future
TN-39 Tiruppur North
TN-40 Mettupalayam
TN-41 Pollachi
TN-42 TiruppurSouth
TN-43 Uthagamandalam, The Nilgiris
TN-45 Tiruchirapalli
TN-46 Perambalur
TN-47 Karur
TN-48 Sri Rangam
TN-49 Thanjavur
TN-50 Tiruvarur
TN-51 Nagapattinam
TN-55 Pudukottai
TN-57 Dindigul
TN-58 Madurai South
TN-59 Madurai North
TN-60 Periyakulam / Theni
TN-63 Sivagangai
TN-65 Ramanathapuram
TN-67 Virudhunagar
TN-69 Tuticorin
TN-72 Tirunelveli
TN-74 Nagercoil
TN-75 Marthandam
TN-76 Tenkasi
TN-/N State Transport Undertakings
TN-/G State Government Vehicles

[edit] TR — Tripura

TR-01 Agartala
TR-02 Kailshahar
TR-03 Udaipur

[edit] UA — Uttarakhand

UA-01 Almora
UA-02 Bageshwar
UA-03 Champawat
UA-04 Nanital
UA-05 Pithoragarh
UA-06 Udham Singh Nagar
UA-07 Dehra Dun
UA-08 Haridwar
UA-09 Tehri
UA-10 Uttarkashi
UA-11 Chamoli
UA-12 Pauri
UA-13 Rudraprayag

[edit] UP — Uttar Pradesh

UP-01 Almora
UP-02 Nanital
UP-03 Pitharogarh
UP-04 Udham Singh Nagar
UP-05 Chamoli
UP-06 Pauri
UP-07 Dehradun
UP-08 Tehri
UP-09 Uttarkashi
UP-10 Haridwar
UP-11 Saharanpur
UP-12 Muzaffarnagar
UP-13 Bulandshahr
UP-14 Ghaziabad
UP-15 Meerut( UP-15AT for taxis, UP-15AG for government vehicles)
UP-16 NOIDA / Gautam Buddha Nagar
UP-20 Bijnor
UP-21 Muradabad
UP-22 Rampur
UP-23 Jyotiba Phule Nagar
UP-24 Badaun
UP-25 Bareilly
UP-26 Pilibhit
UP-27 Shahjahanpur
UP-30 Hardoi
UP-31 Kheri
UP-32 Lucknow
UP-33 Rai Bareli
UP-34 Sitapur
UP-35 Unnao
UP-40 Bahraich
UP-41 Barabanki
UP-42 Faizabad
UP-43 Gonda
UP-44 Sultanpur
UP-45 Ambedkar Nagar
UP-46 Shrawasti
UP-47 Balrampur
UP-50 Azamgarh
UP-51 Basti
UP-52 Deoria
UP-53 Gorakhpur (UP-53A for private vehicles, UP-53AT for taxis, UP-53AG for government vehicles)
UP-54 Mau
UP-55 Siddharth Nagar
UP-56 Mahrajganj
UP-57 Padrauna
UP-60 Ballia
UP-61 Ghazipur
UP-62 Jaunpur
UP-63 Mirzapur
UP-64 Son Bhadra
UP-65 Varanasi
UP-66 Bhadohi
UP-67 Chandauli
UP-70 Allahabad
UP-71 Fatehpur
UP-72 Pratapgarh
UP-73 Kaushambi
UP-74 (* further details unknown *)
UP-75 Etawah
UP-76 Farrukhabad
UP-77 Kanpur – Rural
UP-78 Kanpur – Urban
UP-79 Auraiya
UP-80 Agra
UP-81 Aligarh
UP-82 Etah
UP-83 Firozabad
UP-84 Mainpuri
UP-85 Mathura
UP-86 Mahamaya Nagar
UP-90 Banda
UP-91 Hamirpur
UP-92 Jalaun
UP-93 Jhansi
UP-94 Lalitpur
UP-95 Mahoba
UP-96 Sahuji Mahraj

[edit] WB — West Bengal

WB-01 Kolkata (two-wheelers)
WB-02 Kolkata (private four-wheelers)
WB-03 kolkata (goods carriages)
WB-04 Kol (passenger vehicles)
WB-05 Kolkata (tractors, trailers, cranes)
WB-11 Howrah (transport vehicles)
WB-12 Howrah (other than transport vehicles)
WB-15 Hooghly (transport vehicles)
WB-16 Hooghly (other than transport vehicles)
WB-19 24 Paraganas South (transport vehicles)
WB-20 24 Paraganas South (other than transport vehicles)
WB-23 Barrackpore (transport vehicles)
WB-24 Barrackpore (other than transport vehicles)
WB-25 Barasat (transport vehicles)
WB-26 Barasat (other than transport vehicles)
WB-29 Tamluk (transport vehicles)
WB-30 Tamluk (other than transport vehicles)
WB-31 Contai (transport vehicles)
WB-32 Contai (other than transport vehicles)
WB-33 Midnapur (transport vehicles)
WB-34 Midnapur (other than transport vehicles)
WB-37 Asansol (transport vehicles)
WB-38 Asansol (other than transport vehicles)
WB-39 Durgapur (transport vehicles)
WB-40 Durgapur (other than transport vehicles)
WB-41 Burdwan (transport vehicles)
WB-42 Burdwan (other than transport vehicles)
WB-51 Nadia (transport vehicles)
WB-52 Nadia (other than transport vehicles)
WB-53 Birbhum (transport vehicles)
WB-54 Birbhum (other than transport vehicles)
WB-55 Purulia (transport vehicles)
WB-56 Purulia (other than transport vehicles)
WB-57 Murshidabad (transport vehicles)
WB-58 Murshidabad (other than transport vehicles)
WB-59 Rajganj (transport vehicles)
WB-60 Rajganj (other than transport vehicles)
WB-61 Balurghat (transport vehicles)
WB-62 Balurghat (other than transport vehicles)
WB-63 Cooch Behar (transport vehicles)
WB-64 Cooch Behar (other than transport vehicles)
WB-65 Malda (transport vehicles)
WB-66 Malda (other than transport vehicles)
WB-67 Bankura (transport vehicles)
WB-68 Bankura (other than transport vehicles)
WB-69 Alipur Dawar (transport vehicles)
WB-70 Alipur Dawar (other than transport vehicles)
WB-71 Jalpaiguri (transport vehicles)
WB-72 Jalpaiguri (other than transport vehicles)
WB-73 Siliguri (transport vehicles)
WB-74 Siliguri (other than transport vehicles)
WB-76 Darjeeling (transport vehicles)
WB-77 Darjeeling (other than transport vehicles)
WB-78 Kalimpong (transport vehicles)
WB-79 Kalimpong (other than transport vehicles)

KIDS


Teddy bears and Kids

(A Bautiful combination)


 

A few cuties to cheer up

your Hard day

(A Bautiful combination)


 

The Weekday Expressions !

( VISUAL JOKE )

 

  

Monday’s


 

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

And finally Sunday


Hand Painting


26 January 2008


 

26 January

26 January

25 Photographs taken @ exact right time


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Timing is everything, particularly in the case of amazing photography. Sometimes that means waiting through a whole sports game and getting lucky to catch just the right shot. Other times than means trudging through nature for weeks to get the perfect environmental photograph. Here are 25 examples of perfectly timed images from around the world and in various genres.

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25

24

11

20

18

16

With extreme sports it is the danger and challenge that tends to excite people. Often the most amazing and bizarre images are taken right at the moment when disaster strikes. Sometimes these are tragic and painful though some are just plain funny.

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1

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15

10

With conventional sports there is always the opportunity for comedy but also the potential for artful photography. The spray of sand during a long-jump or that moment before the splash when someone is diving both provide a moment of calm in a fast-paced sport that is normally impossible to see.

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9

In war it is often hard to find or revel in humor or traditional beauty. Instead, it is often the images that capture grave or impressive moments in time that stir us most deeply. This can come in the form of a rocket frozen in space or the geometry of a cloud of smoke from a tank.

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With people comedy tends to be the rule and other things the exception. Humans tend to be at their most interesting when they are at their funniest. Whether this means a young man falling into a fountain or an old woman riding a sled, it’s worth keeping your eyes open in public places for the perfect shot!

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Nature images truly span the spectrum of artistic possibility. Sometimes animals are funny, sometimes scary, often tragic and sometimes downright strange. Whether they be shot in a conventional park or bedroom or taken deep in the wilds, environmental images taken at just the right time can provide unique insights into nature and the relationship of humans and animals.

Signatures & Personality


The various types of Signatures you come across & the attitude of a person are listed below:

# SINGLE UNDERLINE BELOW THE SIGN!!
These persons are very confident and are good personalities. They are a little bit selfish but believe in “Happiness of human life”

# TWO DOTS BELOW THE SIGN!!
These persons are considered to be Romantic, can easily change their fiancées as if they change their clothes. They prefer beauty in other persons & they themselves try to look beautiful. They easily attract others.

# SINGLE DOT BELOW THE SIGN!
These persons are more inclined towards classical arts, simple & are very cool. If you loose faith with them, then these persons will never look back at you. Hence its always better to be careful with these people.

# NO UNDERLINES OR DOTS BELOW THE SIGN!!
These persons enjoy their life in their own way, never pay attention to others views. These are considered to be good natured but are selfish too.

# RANDOM SIGN, NO SIMILARITY BETWEEN NAME & SIGN!!
These persons try to be very smart, hide each & every matter, never say anything in straight forward manner, never pay attention to the other person of what he is talking of.

# RANDOM SIGN, SIMILARITY BETWEEN NAME & SIGN!!
These persons are considered to be intelligent but never think. These people change their ideas & views as fast as the wind changes its direction of flow. They never think whether that particular thing is right or wrong.
You can win them just by flattering them.

# SIGN IN PRINTED LETTERS!!
These persons are very kind to us, have a good heart, selfless, are ready to sacrifice their life for the sake of their near & dear. But these seem to think a lot and may get angry very soon.

# WRITING COMPLETE NAME AS THEIR SIGN!!
These persons are very kind hearted, can adjust themselves to any environment & to the person they are talking. These persons are very firm on their views & posses a lot of will power.

So what’s your type …. pls comment if these match your personality traits.

Shayari


Kismat par etabar kisko hain
Mil jaye khusi inkar kisko hain
Kuch majbooriya hain mere dost
Warana judai se pyar kisko hain

Kal na phir ye samaa hoga,
Hum mein se kaun najaane kahaan hoga..?
Murjhaaye phool to mil jaenge kitaabon mein,
Par bicchde Doston ka shayad hi koi pataa hoga….

Kya zamaana tha,hum roz mila karte the;
Raat bhar chaand ke humraaz fira karte the..
Dekh kar jo chupchaap guzar jaate hain,
Kabhi us shakhs ko apna Dost kaha karte the….

Rishton ki kitaab ka cover hai dosti,
Dosti se bani hai hamari hasti,
Khoon ke rishton ki baat aap karte hain,
Hamare liye to zindagi hai aap ki dosti.

Dost dost se khafa nahi hota,
Pyaar pyaar se juda nahi hota.
Bhula dena meri kamiyon ko,
Kyunki insaan kabhi Khuda nahi hota…

Ye safar Dosti ka kabhi khatm na hoga,
Doston se pyaar kabhi kam na hoga.
Door rehkar bhi jab rahegi mehek iski,
Hamein kabhi bicchadne ka gham na hoga…

Hum wo nahi jo tujhe gham mein chhod denge,
Hum wo nahi jo tujhse naata tod denge…
Hum to tere wo Dost hain,
Jo agar teri saasein band ho,
to apni saasein jod denge…..

Karni Khuda se kuch fariyaad baaki hai,
Hamein unse kehni kuch baat baaki hai…
Maut aegi to kehna ruk,abhi apne Dost se
Mulaakaat baaki hai….

Wada to nahi karte dosti nibhaynge,
Koshish yahi rahegi apko nahi satayenge,
Zarurat pade to dilse pukarna,
Marte bhi honge to mohlat lekar aayenge

Har koi pyar k liye tadapta hai….
Har koi pyar k liye rota hai….
Ae dost ye dosti sada kayam rakhna…
Kyunki sabse jyada pyar iss dosti mei he hota hai…

Aye mohabbat tere anjaam pe rona aaya
Jaane kyon aaj tere naam pe rona aaya
Yun to har sham umedon mein guzar jaati hai
Aaj kuch baat hai jo sham pe rona aaya

Tum hanso to khusi mujhe hoti hai,
Tum rodo to aankhein meri roti hain.
Mehsoos kar ke dekh lo…..
Dosti aise hi hoti hai.

Geet ki zaroorat mehfil mein hoti hai
Pyar ki zaroorat dil mein hoti hai
Bin dosti ke adhuri hai yeh zindagi
Kyunki dost ki zaroorat har pal mehsus hoti hai

Har rishtonke mukaam nahin hote…
Dil ke rishtonke koi naam nahin hote……
Paaya hai Aapko dil ki roshni se……….
Aap jaise dost kisike liye Aam nahin hote………

Aapki dosti ki ek nazar chahiye;
Dil hai beghar use ek Ghar chahiye
Bas yun hi saath chalte raho ae dost;
Yeh Dosti hume umar bhar chahiye.

Dost hai to Aansuo ki bhi shaan hoti hai,
Dost na ho to Mahfhil bhi Kabristaan hoti hai,
Sara khel to dosti ka hi hai,
Warna mayyat aur barat ek saman hoti hai.

Zindagi me Jab Maayus hue Hum…..
To Socha k kya paaya kya khoya…….
Khone ka to hisaab na laga paaye…
Yaad raha to bas itna…ke…
Zindagi se bhi pyara..
Aap jaisa Ek dost Paaya…

Safar lamba hai dost banate rahiye,
Dil mile na mile haath badate rahiye,
Taj na banaiye costly padega,
Har taraf Mumtaj banate rahiye.

Na khwabon me dekha, na nazaron me dekha,
Hazaron me ek humne tum hi ko dekha,
Gum dene wale to har pal hai yahan,
Har pal khushi dene walon me ek aap hi ko dekha.

Woh Zindagi hi kya jisme Mohabbat nahi,
Woh Mohabbat hi kya jisme Yaadein nahi,
Woh Yaadein kya jisme Tum nahi,
Aur woh Tum hi kya jiske saath Hum nahi.

Raatein gumnam hoti hai,
Din kisike naam hota hai,
Hum zindagi kuch is tarah jite hai,
Ki har lamha sirf doston ke hi naam hota hai.

Khushiyon par fizaon ka pehra hai,
Na jane kis umeed pe dil thehra hai,
Teri ankhon se jhalakte dard ki kasam,
Yeh dosti ka rishta pyar se gehra hai.

Yun to kisika peecha nahin karte,
Dard-e-dil diya aur liya nahin karte,
Ittefaq ki baat hai ye hamari dosti varna,
Itna kimti SMS kisi ko kiya nahin karte.

Har karz dosti ka ada kaun karega,
jab hum hi na rahenge to dosti kaun karega,
Aey khuda mere doston ko salamat rakhna,
varna mere jeene ki dua kaun karega.

Year 2007


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Two boys, their bodies painted in silver, sit on top of a water buffalo during a parade before the start of Chonburi’s annual buffalo races festival, nearly 75 kilometers (47 miles) southeast of Bangkok, October 24, 2007. The event, which also celebrates the rice harvest, originates back to the buffalo trade in Chonburi, once the trade center of Thailand’s East.

 

 

 

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A mummy from the Chachapoyas culture is displayed in the Museum of The Nation before an exhibition in Lima, Peru, January 9, 2007.

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Tears run from the eyes of U.S. President George W. Bush during a ceremony in honor of Medal of Honor recipient Marine Cpl. Jason Dunham in the East room of the White House in Washington, January 11, 2007. Cpl. Dunham was killed when he jumped on a grenade to save fellow members of his Marine patrol while serving in Iraq.

 

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Alicia Casilio, dressed as an Iraqi civilian, stands silently at an anti-Iraq war protest in Boston, Massachusetts January 11, 2007. The numbers on Casilio’s face represent the estimated number of Iraqi civilians killed in the war.

 

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Windshield wipers of a car covered by snow are seen in Pajares, in the northern Spanish region of Asturias, January 24, 2007.

 

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A local farmer leads a row of camels at a tourism resort of the Kumtag Desert in Shanshan county, northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region October 4, 2007. Kumtag desert has been developed as a tourist resort where visitors can have a full view of the magnificence of the desert without actually venturing out into it, local media reported.

 

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Indonesian children play at a flooded rice field at Serpong district near Jakarta on February 4, 2007.

 

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A bicycle burns on an unattended property near Del Dios Highway in the Rancho Santa Fe area of San Diego, California October 23, 2007.

 

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A woman is blown off her feet by the wind in Canary Wharf, London’s financial district, January 18, 2007.

 

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A person burns in a minibus shortly after a bomb attack in Baghdad, January 21, 2007.

 

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An Indian Shi’ite Muslim flagellates himself during a procession on the final day of the week-long annual Ashura mourning rite, the highpoint of the Shi’ite religious calendar, in the old quarters of Delhi, January 30, 2007.

 

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A passenger climbs through a window of a train at a railway station in Hefei, east China’s Anhui province February 26, 2007. The country’s transport system was working at full steam as people began ending their Spring Festival holidays and returning to major cities, China Daily reported.

 

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A reveller takes part in the annual carnival in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, March 4, 2007.

 

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 An aerial view shows cross country skiers racing over the frozen lake Sils during the Engadin Ski Marathon near Sils March 11, 2007. More than 9,500 skiers participated in the 42.2 km race between Maloja and S-Chanf near the Swiss mountain resort of St. Moritz.

 

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Kenneth Ferrie of Britain hits from a bunker on the 7th green during a practice round for the 2007 Masters golf tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia, April 3, 2007.

 

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Polar bear cub Knut is reflected in the water during the bear’s first presentation in Berlin zoo, March 23, 2007. Knut, born on December 5, 2006, had to be hand fed every four hours by Berlin zoo employee Thomas Doerflein after its mother Tosca refused the baby.

 

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A child labourer carries bricks in Bihar-e-Sharif town, about 60 km (37 miles) from Patna, India, April 9, 2007.

 

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Dogs wait to be harnessed up to pull sleds across snows covering the Norwegian Arctic island of Spitsbergen April 26, 2007.

 

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A general view shows a soon-to-be completed solar park at Sanlucar La Mayor, near Seville, Spain, May 16, 2007. The first of two solar thermal power plants uses mirrors to concentrate the sun’s rays onto the top of a 100 metre (300 foot) tower where it produces steam to drive a turbine. The lines in the photograph are due to reflections on the solar panels.

 

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The M/S Explorer cruise ship sinks hours after hitting an iceberg off the coast of the Antarctic, in this photo released by the Chilean Army November 23, 2007.

 

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A stranded Coffeyville Resources refinery bus is surrounded by oil-contaminated flood waters in Coffeyville, Kansas July 3, 2007.

 

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A man walks on the handrail of a staircase on a flooded street in southwest China’s Chongqing municipality July 17, 2007.

 

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Women compete in a high-heel sprint in St.Petersburg, Russia, July 21, 2007. Some 100 women took part in the race wearing high-heeled shoes with a required minimum height of 9 centimetres (3.5 inches) to compete for a shopping voucher worth 50,000 roubles (about $2,000).

 

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Manchester United’s Nani (top) celebrates after scoring during their English Premier League soccer match against Tottenham Hotspur in Manchester, northern England, August 26, 2007.

 

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A car sits in flood waters in the Brightside area of Sheffield, northern England, June 26, 2007. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN)

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