Apparently This is how you say I love you

1 – AZERBAYCAN .: SENI SEVIREM
2 – Afrikaans .: Ek is lief vir jou
3 – Albanian .: te dua
4 – Alentejano .: Gosto De Ti, Porra!
5 – Alsacien .: Ich hoan dich gear
6 – Amharic .: Afekrishalehou
7 – Arabic .: Ana Ba-heb-bak
8 – Assamese .: Moi tomak bhal pau
9 – Batak .: Holong rohangku di ho
10 – Bavarian .: I mog di narrisch gern
11 – Bengali .: Ami tomAy bhAlobAshi
12 – Berber .: Lakh tirikh
13 – Bicol .: Namumutan ta ka
14 – Bolivian .: Quechua qanta munani
15 – Bulgarian .: Obicham te
16 – Burmese .: chit pa de
17 – Cambodian .: Bon sro lanh oon
18 – Canadian .: French Sh’teme
19 – Cantonese .: Ngo oi ney
20 – Catalan .: T’estim
21 – Cebuano .: Gihigugma ko ikaw.
22 – Chickasaw .: chiholloli
23 – Chinese .: (see the entries
24 – Corsican .: Ti tengu cara
25 – Czech .: miluji te
26 – Danish .: Jeg elsker dig
27 – Dutch .: Ik hou van jou
28 – Ecuador .: Quechua canda munani
29 – English .: I love you
30 – Esperanto .: Mi amas vin
31 – Estonian .: Mina armastan sind
32 – Farsi .: Tora dust midaram
33 – Filipino .: Mahal ka ta
34 – French .: Je t’aime
35 – Friesian .: Ik hald fan dei
36 – Gaelic .: Ta gra agam ort
37 – German .: Ich liebe Dich
38 – Greek .: s’ayapo r
39 – Greenlandic .: Asavakit
40 – Gujrati .: Hoon tane pyar karoochhoon.
41 – Hausa .: Ina sonki
42 – Hawaiian .: Aloha I’a Au Oe
43 – Hebrew .: Ani ohev otach
44 – Hindi .: Main Tumse Prem
45 – Hokkien .: Wa ai lu
46 – Hopi .: Nu’ umi unangwa’ta
47 – Hungarian .: Szeretlek
48 – Icelandic .: Eg elska thig
49 – Indi .: Mai Tujhe Pyaar
50 – Indonesian .: Aku cinta kamu
51 – Iranian .: Mahn doostaht doh-rahm
52 – Italian .: ti amo
53 – Japanese .: Sukiyanen
54 – Kannada .: Naanu Ninnanu Mohisuthene
55 – Kiswahili .: Nakupenda
56 – Klingon .: qabang
57 – Korean .: Saranghapanida
58 – Lao .: Koi muk jao
59 – Latin .: Vos amo
60 – Latvian .: Es milu tevi
61 – Lebanese .: Bahibak
62 – Lingala .: Nalingi yo
63 – Lithuanian .: TAVE MYLIU
64 – Lojban .: mi do prami
65 – Luo .: Aheri
66 – Macedonian .: SAKAM TE!
67 – Madrid .: lingo Me molas, tronca
68 – Malay .: Saya cintakan mu
69 – Malay/Indonesian .: Saya cintakan awak
70 – Malayalam .: Ngan Ninne Snaehikkunnu
71 – Malaysian .: Saya Sayangmu
72 – Marathi .: Mi tuzya var prem karato
73 – Mohawk .: Konoronhkwa
74 – Navaho .: Ayor anosh’ni
75 – Ndebele .: Niyakutanda
76 – Norwegian .: Eg elskar deg
77 – Op .: Op Lopveop Yopuop
78 – Osetian .: Aez dae warzyn
79 – Pakistani .: Mujhe Tumse Muhabbat Hai
80 – Persian .: Tora dost daram
81 – Pig .: Latin Ie Ovele Ouye
82 – Polish .: Kocham Ciebie
83 – Portuguese .: Amo-te
84 – Quenya .: Tye-mela’ne
85 – Romanian .: Te Ador
86 – Russian .: Ya vas liubliu
87 – Serbocroatian .: Volim t
88 – Shona .: Ndinokuda
89 – Sinhalese .: Mama oyata adarei
90 – Sioux .: Techihhila
91 – Slovak .: lubim ta
92 – Slovene .: ljubim te
93 – Spanish .: Te amo
94 – Srilankan .: Mama Oyata Arderyi
95 – Swahili .: Naku penda
97 – Syrian/Lebanese .: BHEBBEK
98 – Tagalog .: Mahal kita
99 – Tahitian .: Ua Here Vau Ia Oe
100 – Tamil .: Naan Unnai Kadalikiren
101 – Telugu .: Neenu ninnu pra’mistu’nnanu
102 – Thai .: Phom Rak Khun
103 – Tunisian .: Ha eh bak
104 – Turkish .: Seni seviyorum
105 – Ukrainian .: ja pokoKHAv vas
106 – Urdu .: Mujhe tumse mohabbat hai
107 – Vietnamese .: Toi yeu em
108 – Vlaams .: Ik hue van ye
109 – Vulcan .: Wani ra yana ro aisha
110 – Yugoslavian .: Ya te volim
111 – Zazi .: Ezhele hezdege
112 – Basc .: Nere Maitea

Nahuatl – Ni mits neki

Navaho – Ayor anosh’ni
Norwegian – Jeg Elsker Deg
Pangasinan – Inaru Taka
Papiamento – Mi ta stimabo
Persian – Doo-set daaram
Pig Latin – Iay

Human Anatomy – Introduction

The term ‘anatomy’ originated from the Greek word ‘anatomia’ which means ‘to dissect’.

Human anatomy is a branch of medicine deals with the study of structure of human body. We usually classify human anatomy into:

  •  histology and
  • gross anatomy.

Gross anatomy or macroscopic anatomy is the study of anatomical structures that can be seen grossly without the aid of magnification (microscope).

Histology is the study of minute anatomical structures that can be seen only with the aid of magnification.

The primary techniques one should use to learn anatomy is observation and visualisation. A sound knowledge of anatomy is mandatory for physicians, dentists, surgeons, physical therapists and every one who is involved in patient treatment. It allows one to understand and interpret clinical observations correctly.

There are two different approaches in studying anatomy with their own limitations and advantages.

  • Regional approach
  • Systemic approach

Regional approach:

With regional approach we study each region of the body separately and all the aspects of the region are studied at the same time. Example:  the abdomen, pelvis, lower limb, upper limb, back, thorax, head and neck.

Systemic approach:

With systemic approach we study each system of the body and followed throughout the body. Example: nervous system, cardiovascular system, skeletal system, muscular system, gastrointestinal system, respiratory system, lymphatic system and reticuloendothelial system.

The Anatomical position:

The position when a person stands erect with eyes looking forward to horizon, feet together, hands by the side of the body with palms facing forwards.

Important anatomical terms:

Anatomical planes – Anatomical planes are imaginary. There are 3 major groups of planes passing through our body in the anatomical position.

Three anatomical planesCoronal planes: These are vertical plane that divide the body into anterior and posterior parts.

Sagittal planes: These are vertical planes that divide the body into right and left parts and are at right angles to the coronal planes. The sagittal plane that divides it into equal right and left halves is called the median sagittal plane.

Transverse, horizontal or axial planes: These are horizontal planes that divide the body into superior and inferior parts.

Terms to describe locations: To describe the location of structures relative to the body or to other structures, we use three major groups of terms.

  1. Anterior (ventral) and posterior (dorsal);
  2. Medial and lateral;
  3. Superior and inferior.

Other terms used to describe positions include:

  1. Proximal and distal;
  2. Cranial and caudal;
  3. Superficial and deep;
  4. ipsilateral and contralateral;
  5. Radial and ulnar;
  6. Tibial and fibular;
  7. palmar / volar;
  8. plantar;
  9. Rostral (position of a structure relative to the nose).

Terms to describe movements:

  • Flexion, extension, adduction, abduction, medial and lateral rotation, circumduction, pronation, supination, protraction, retraction.

Waste of bandwidth!

I’ve been reading this copy pasted message in many facebook profiles lately.

Anna Hazare says bring back the Black Money.
Do u know what will
happen if
1,456 Lac Crores comes back.

1. India Financialy No.1.

2. Each district will get 60000 crores.
& 1 village will get 100 Crores
.
3. No need to pay taxes for next 20 yrs.

4. Petrol 25 Rs,
Diesel 15 Rs,
Milk 8 Rs.

5. Support Anna hazare by paste this message in ur status.
I did my job.
Jai Hind!

 

It makes me wonder if people are really that naive to believe in such inconceivable lies. Do people even realise how much is 1,456 lac Crore? Let me do the maths for the intellectually challenged idiots (I being one of them :p). 1,456,00,00,00,00,00,000 INR. Which approximately is 3,23,55,55,55,60,000 USD. That is 32,355,555,560,000 USD – 32.3 Trillion USD.

Let’s see some statistics shall we?

The Reserve Bank of India defines the monetary aggregates as[31]:

  • Reserve Money (M0): Currency in circulation + Bankers’ deposits with the RBI + ‘Other’ deposits with the RBI = Net RBI credit to the Government + RBI credit to the commercial sector + RBI’s claims on banks + RBI’s net foreign assets + Government’s currency liabilities to the public – RBI’s net non-monetary liabilities.
  • M1: Currency with the public + Deposit money of the public (Demand deposits with the banking system + ‘Other’ deposits with the RBI).
  • M2: M1 + Savings deposits with Post office savings banks.
  • M3: M1+ Time deposits with the banking system = Net bank credit to the Government + Bank credit to the commercial sector + Net foreign exchange assets of the banking sector + Government’s currency liabilities to the public – Net non-monetary liabilities of the banking sector (Other than Time Deposits).
  • M4: M3 + All deposits with post office savings banks (excluding National Savings Certificates).

So the total money in India is only 30,00,000 crore rupees (30 lac crore rupees). Do you still believe some dirty politicians might have almost 50 times more than this? Is it even possible? Think again.

In many posts around the internet, it was 1.4 trillion US Dollars to begin with (I’ve not found any official statement from any government or bank to back that supposedly false claim on the internet).  It suddenly became 1,456 lac crore overnight. There is a huge difference between the two values. Then again, may be the crooked politicians multiplied, divided, added and subtracted their deposits in the past couple of days (Can you sense the sarcasm? If you can’t just press the ‘power off’ button and do everyone a favour).

Lonely summer ahead!

Exams are over now and it is time for a vacation and some rest. I have a lot of free time and I should prepare myself for some licensing examinations or at least the MCI screening test which I plan on taking next September. Some how I find it pretty hard to concentrate. I’ve been doing things with no interest or concentration. A lot of thoughts fill my mind. Memories of her fill my thoughts.

I keep on thinking “What is she doing now?”, “Is she smiling?”,”Is she happy?”. I sit alone and think about her smile and I count the hours that passed by, since I last saw her angel face. It is a miracle that I held myself together for so long without making her laugh at my silly jokes. Life feels empty with out the feeling of her presence in my proximity. To live the rest of my holidays alone with her not being here seems almost absurd.

She did promise to call me from home, but I’m almost certain that she already forgot everything about me and her promises in the overwhelming joy of being home. She made it quite clear that she is quite  committed to her boyfriend, but I still cannot make up my mind to think of anything else. I’ve been told by many to move on, but obviously I cannot move on.

I hope I’ll be able to pull myself together and make my vacation useful somehow. I’m not a big fan of vacations as they make life boring. Summer vacations are the worst since I do no like to get my butt out in the summer heat. With deserted hostel and I not wanting to go out in the day time, I expect to have a pretty lonely and boring summer vacation.