How to Add an RSS Feed on Blogger

Adding an RSS feed to a blog on blogger could not be any easier. The latest version of Blogger makes it much simpler for anyone to add and move page elements and modules, including RSS feeds.
By including the RSS feed on a blog, your blog will automatically include the most recent content and articles that were published, without any extra work on your part. Using an RSS feed is a a time-saving way to keep a blog fresh.
This quick tutorial assumes that you already have a blog set up on Blogger. If you don't already have a blog set up, what are you waiting for? Go ahead and create one now. A blog on blogger is one way to promote your content.
How to Add An RSS Feed on Blogger
1. The first thing to do before actually setting up the RSS Feed on Blogger is to copy the address of the RSS feed. For example, my feed address is I found the address by clicking on the RSS feed logo. The RSS feed page appears, with this URL in the web site address field. Highlight the address and copy it, you will need it later on.
2. Log into the Blogger account at If you are already logged in, click Customize in the top right corner.
3. The page that appears is the Dashboard. If you only have one blog, click on Layout for the blog listed. If you have several blogs, find the one you want to add the RSS feed to, and click Layout.
4. After Layout is clicked, the "Edit Layout" page will appear with different options of modules and items that can be included on the blog. This is where you can "Add and Arrange Page Elements" on your blog.
5. Somewhere near the top of the layout will be a box with a frame of broken lines. The other page elements are framed by solid lines. In the box with broken lines it reads "Add a Page Element." Click on that box.
6. The "Choose New Page Element" Box will appear. In order to add an RSS Feed to the blog on blogger, you must pick the right box, or it may not always feed properly. Blogger makes it easy to select the right box Click on "Feed." The Feed box reads "Add content from a site feed to your blog." Click on "Add to Blog."
7. Go to the page which has the RSS feed. Copy it. Paste it into the "Configure Feed" box that appears. Click continue. A message will appear that Blogger is retrieving the feed.
8. Once the feed is retrieved by blogger, customize it:
a. Create a title for the feed.
b. Choose to show between 1 and 5 items.
c. Click in the box to include item dates (optional).
d. Click in the box to include sources and authors (optional).
You're almost done. Now click "Save Changes."
9. The "Edit Layout" from step 4 will reappear. Click and drag the RSS feed box to a new place on the page, or leave it where it is.
Click View Blog, to see the RSS feed. Now the RSS feed of your content is on your blog at blogger.

Satyamev Jayate - Aamir Goes 'LOL'!

Newspapers have often explained the presence of insecticides and pesticides on our food and its effect on humans in the long run. The infamous 'rail farms' of Mumbai - farms located alongside railway tracks where food is grown using drain water - has often made it to top news in our papers. However, not much is done in this regard. Until now! The eighth episode of Satyamev Jayate shall hopefully change things around as it created a tremendous impact with the startling facts and reports. Definitely one of the most hard-hitting episodes of Satyamev Jayate!

The jolt comes in the beginning itself when Dr Rashmi Sanghi revealed that the poisonous endosulfan was present in breast milk of certain mothers and that too, believe it or not, 800% more than the permissible limit! Obviously, the toxins made their way into the mother's body through the food she consumed - fruits, vegetables, food grains etc - which is deemed 'nutritious'! If the consumers are suffering, what about the farmers who grow these crops and also live near their farms? Aamir Khan then exposed the problems faced by inhabitants at Kasargod, Kerela where pesticides was sprayed on crops for 25 long years resulting in some of the most shocking cases among the inhabitants. Children were born with deformed limbs, eyes, cerebral palsy etc while the others suffered from chronic diseases, regular miscarriages (some women reportedly suffered it as many as 10 times) and even cancer. The culprit - endosulfan. 

In the northern part of the country, a passenger train runs from Bhatinda, Punjab to Bikaner, Rajasthan and is regularly boarded by sick farmers affected by the use of pesticides and who get cheap treatment in Rajasthan. Majority of the victims suffer from cancer and hence the name 'Cancer Train'. Both these instances have been widely reported by newspapers across the country but sadly didn't make an impact at all on governments and general public. 

Many farmers that were interviewed revealed that they don't use any toxins on a portion of farm land and use the food grown there for themselves and their families! The rest of the production, where toxins were sprayed, is sold to the dealers which make their way to our markets! A question that arises is - how will we protect the crops and plantations from pests if pesticides are not sprayed on them? How will our productivity increase, especially when our population is growing day by day? This was also echoed by Rajju Shroff who runs United Phosphorus Ltd, the largest pesticide company in India. However, he went on to claim that pesticide is indispensible and without its use, farmers might even commit suicide! He made many more such claims, which led Aamir to break into an unexpected guffaw, the first in these eight episodes! Also, this was the first time that disagreement cropped up between guests on the shows and even argued to prove their point. 

Shroff's points were obviously baseless and this was expected since he ran the biggest pesticide establishment and couldn't speak against its use. However, Aamir wonderfully proved that our food can be grown sans harmful toxins. Dr G V Ramanjaneyelu from Hyderabad explained his work in villages of Andhra Pradesh wherein crops were successfully grown without pesticides. The pesticides cost a bomb but Dr Ramanjaneyelu's Non-Pesticide Management (NPM) products cost as little as Rs 5-15! Towards the north-east, the state of Sikkim has put a ban on the pesticides and is in many ways the 'first organic state of the country'. In both Andhra Pradesh and Sikkim, productivity didn't suffer. Same goes for Kasargod, where endosulfan was banned in 2000 after which, production remained the same and health problems among the inhabitants too subsided. 

Sadly, awareness about NPM is negligible in our country. Subsidies need to be implemented on organic farming and use of insecticides need to be stopped on an immediate basis. There's anyways enough stress and other kinds of pollution that is harming us. We don't want our foods to be harmful as well. Let's all raise a voice!

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SATYAMEV JAYATE episode 7: Aamir Khan handles domestic violence with sensitivity

SATYAMEV JAYATE episode 7: Aamir Khan handles domestic violence with sensitivity

The actor-turned-chat show host discussed the issue with a studio audience composed entirely of men

“Patriarchy has defined masculinity such that men can’t cry even when their mothers die,” says an activist on the seventh episode of Satyamev Jayate. Aamir Khan adds, “I cry a lot.” The studio audience, composed entirely of men – the only women present are the victims – laughs nervously. You laugh too but realise that there’s a huge truth hidden behind that one statement. You recall all the other episodes when Aamir would shed tears listening to a victim recall his or her plight. Suddenly it’s no more about just being a sympathetic host or a good actor. It’s become the basis of changing patriarchal thought, the same thought that leads to domestic violence against women.

The best thing about this episode – which dealt with domestic violence – is the way Aamir brought out the fact that men are not born aggressors and all men are not violent. Instead of taking the easy way out of demonising the men and deifying the women, Aamir took a more balanced approach. He brought forward the viewpoints of women who have stayed in abusive marriages for several years, men who happily admit to browbeating their women, a male police officer who is working hard to end this crime and admits that change has to begin from his own team, activists who work for empowering women, and the men in the studio audience who have their own take on masculinity. Patriarchal thought about masculinity and the role of women in society is what causes men to behave violently and women to take it quietly. Aamir insisted towards the end of the show that it’s that thought that needs to be changed, and the change has to begin with the men. It’s a huge statement to make and the fact that he had the guts to do it on national television will hopefully turn the tide in a few households at least.

Satyamev Jayate’s Episode 7 Song with Lyrics : Sakhi

This week, the 7th episode of Satyamev Jayate was aired. It was about domestic violence. Like every other week, a new song was played at the very end – titled Sakhi.
Performed by Meenal Jain, with lyrics by Swanand Kirkire, the music of Sakhi has been composed by Ram Sampath.

Sakhi Lyrics

Aansun ke sang naa bahungi sakhi
Ab naa mein gumsum rahungi sakhi
Sehne se behtar kahungi sakhi..
Tan ke ghaav pe marham haya ka
Mann ka ghaav hai pyaasa dava ka (Repeat once)
Sitam ke andheron mein sadiyon hai bilkhi
Masoom bholi wo pyaari khushi
Ghut ghut ke kab tak jiyungi sakhi
Gumsum main ab naa rahungi sakhi
Sehne se behtar kahungi sakhi
Aansun ke sang naa bahungi sakhi
Ab naa mai gumsum rahungi sakhi
Waar ye pyaar kaa kaisaa silaa hai
seh jo gaye barambaar milaa hai (Repeat once)
Zulmi na khaabon ke peeche chhupa hai
Kaayar sa chehera dil se dukhi..
Julm main ab naa sahungi sakhi
Gumsum main ab naa rahungi sakhi
Sehne se behtar kahungi sakhi
Aansun ke sang naa bahungi sakhi
Ab naa mai gumsum rahungi sakhi
Check out lyrics of all songs ->; Hindi Lyrics

TV Show – Satyamev Jayate Episode 7 (June 17th 2012)
Song Lyrics: Sakhi
Singer(s): Meenal Jain
Lyrics: Swanand Kirkire
Music Director: Ram Sampath
Music label: T-Series
Song Duration (mm:ss): 03:00
If there are any mistakes in the Sakhi Lyrics, please submit a comment below

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Satyamev Jayate’: Aamir Khan says treat the disabled as equals

‘Satyamev Jayate’: Aamir Khan says treat the disabled as equalsMumbai: The sixth episode of Aamir Khan’s ‘Satyamev Jayate’ dealt with the disabled section of the Indian society. The host, who has succeeded in striking an emotional chord with the masses, spoke about how people generally treat their disabled countrymen. 
Citing a number of inspirational messages through videos of disabled people, the episode discussed the rights to education for all, irrespective of physical ability.

However, the Indian society is seldom open to accepting people with physical or mental disability in the mainstream section. Most parents do not appreciate having disabled children in regular schools as they fear it might cast a negative impact on their children and hence institutions refrain from admitting disabled kids. And this indifferent attitude of people has been projected in the episode of the show.

The show played host to blind and lame men who narrated their inspiring stories and proved that they too could fall within the bracket of the fittest and survive with pride.

The audiences also stood witnesses to a noble initiate called ‘Amar Jyoti’, a school that welcomes all kinds of children and treats them as equals.

And equal treatment would only begin when the government takes appropriate measures to treat them as one among the many from the mainstream section of the society.

With over 6 crore people with disability in the Indian society, the need of the hour is to have disabled friendly infrastructure that will enable such people to have trouble free access to public places and vehicles.

The show also urged companies to hire men and women with disability so that they too could contribute to the Indian economy.

Captain Brar, a resident of Ahmedabad has set an example by setting up a company with over 270 disabled people employed. And according to him his company is doing exceptionally well because of their efforts and hard work.

At the end, Aamir spoke about the need to have inclusive educational institutions with quality teaching staff and infrastructure in place that will allow disabled children too to be a part of regular schools and have a normal upbringing. 

Amir Khan Satyamev Jayate Episode 6 Sunday 10 June 2012

What does it take to become a true hero? Watch Satyamev Jayate at 11 a.m. on STAR Plus to find out.
Aamir asks, “What are the qualities required to become a hero? Beautiful face, fit body talent, intelligent mind?” No! Find out what is that quintessential quality only on Satyamev Jayate this Sunday at 11AM on STAR Plus.
People with disabilities have the same zeal and appreciation for life as the rest of us do. They can, and want to, participate in all aspects of life along with the mainstream. But people with disabilities get shunned, doubted, mocked and insulted. Access to public places and buildings is restricted and often impossible. Doors are closed for schooling and employment. India does not appear to be mature enough and understanding enough to recognise people with disabilities for what they are – people.
Satyamev Jayate Episode 6 june 10 2012

Persons With Disabilities

Episode 06: We Can Fly!

Shreya Chaturvedi is 11 and exudes an enviable zest for life. Another person with disability is Sai Prasad, who demonstrates similar enthusiasm, and he has taken flight, literally. Software engineer Krishnakant Mane writes poetry in his spare time, and climbs real mountains as well as the virtual ones created by a disabled-unfriendly world. ”

Amir Khan Satyamev Jayate episode 6 song - Chanda

You haven't seen a dance performance until you've watched this one by Ability Unlimited. Who knew a wheelchair could twirl like that!? (Scroll down for Lyrics)

SONG - Chanda Pe Dance


Aise Naa Dekh , Aise Naa Jhaank
Aise Naa Dekh , Aise Naa Jhaank
Aye Duniya
Aye Duniya

Dil Me Bharaa Hai
Apne Romance
Dil Me Bharaa Hai , Apne Romance
Karte Hain Roz Chandaa Pe Dance
Aye Duniya
Aye Duniya
Khud Se Hai Pyar/ Hame Beshumaar/
Khud Pe Nisaar/ Hum To..
 Hai Zindagi Pe Hame Eitbaar
Hain Iske Yaar Hum To
Khud Se Hai Pyar/ Hame Beshumaar/
Khud Pe Nisaar/ Hum To..
Hai Zindagi Pe Hame Eitbaar
Hain Iske Yaar Hum To
Itna Na Dekh
Itna Na Jhaank
Itna Na Dekh Itna Na Jhaank
Badal Ke Paar Hai Apni Aankh
Aye Duniya
Aye Duniya

Satyamev Jayate' viewers support Aamir's expose

New Delhi, June 10 (IANS) Aamir Khan's effort to highlight malpractices in the medical profession in India through his path-breaking show "Satyamev Jayate" may have upset many doctors, but viewers agree that discreditable practices are widespread and the actor was indeed doing a great service and would "get support from all Indians."
"My husband is a diabetic and he refuses to visit the doctors for the simple reason that they might ask him to undergo mutliple tests and prescribe medicine which might not be suitable," Ajita Bajpai, a worried wife, wrote to IANS.
Her reaction followed Aamir's interview with IANS, wherein he refused to apologise to the Indian Medical Association (IMA) for exposing the underbelly of the country's medical system.
"In one experience - a wrong injection was prescribed. A second opinion confirmed our fears. The prescribed injection had side effects and was totally unsuitable to be taken. Needless to say it was expensive as well. Currently I am just worried as to how I can get him to visit a right doctor and have his faith restored with correct treatment," she added.
Bajpai isn't the only one.
"I've lived in India and travelled there over 13 times over several decades. I've spoken to dozens of doctors, visited hospitals, talked to patients and surviving members who lost loved ones under doctors' care. Your medical industry is frightening," wrote a reader under the name Dee.
"Surgeons stop in the middle of operations (Chandigarh) to take tea breaks. Doctors examine women without gloves. Surgery patients must rent their own equipment (IV bags, you name it) which is jointly owned by the doctors, and is then reused. Parents are pressed for more money while their child is on the operating table. Many doctors have no clue about hygiene, the proper treatment for diabetes, and give sugar pills for everything.
"Many doctors who got their degree 20, 30 or 40 years ago have never gone back and learned anything new. India has allowed doctors to run wild. What is truly surprising is that it took a talk show, and not an official investigation, to bring this out," added Dee.
After the fourth episode of the show, where Aamir put the spotlight on medical malfeasance, an umbrella body of 21 medical institutions has asked Aamir to apologise as they feel he has insulted the noble profession. Of course, the star is in no such mood.
"I have not insulted the medical profession at all. I have the highest regard for the medical profession. In fact what is insulting to the medical profession is those doctors who are indulging in unethical practices. They have insulted the medical profession, not me," Aamir told IANS in an interview.
Several fans and doctors agree.
"Aamir Khan is doing a great duty towards the country by all means. He is doing whatever myself and all Indians wish to do but can't. However, he will get threats from all the culprits who are doing wrong practices. But he will get support from all the Indians," wrote Anil Kumar, a viewer from Kochi.
Davare V.R., a general medical practitioner living in Ahmednagar for the past 50 years, says whatever Aamir projected through his show is true.
"There is no reason IMA or any other medical association should blame him. He is doing social work, indirectly exposing the bad elements in the medical profession. And it is equally true that 40 percent of the medical practioners are looting the population.
"Being in this profession, I've gathered a lot of experience during the last 50 years. The situation was not of this gravity when I started working in 1961. But it is worsening," wrote in Davare.
While a viewer named Touqear Khateeb feels Aamir is a "money maker", Mumbai-based doctor M. Balasubramanian suggests that Aamir should add a disclaimer to his show to avoid such allegations.
"Ours is a democracy; so anybody is free to say anything on any subject or discuss it on TV with nationwide exposure. While Aamir Khan's intentions are noble and in the interest of our country, he should put a disclaimer that the views reflected in the programme do not necessarily reflect the views of all the people," said Balasubramanian, CEO, Shushrusha Hospital, Mumbai.