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Saturday, February 27, 2016

Europe's Infantino chosen FIFA new President/FIFA new President/FIFA president

Gianni Infantino elected Friday(02/26/2016) to lead FIFA as a new president.  



 

Recent Plane Crashes in Nepal in 2016

1. Tara Air 
   Date of Accident: Feb 23, 2016
  Call Sign: 9NAHH
  Type: DHC-6
  Fatalities: All Dead. 23 Passengers Including 3 crew members. 
Place of Accident :Myagdi District
Enroute: Pokhara-Jomsom


2. Air Kasthamandap
Date of Accident: 26 Feb 2016
Call Sign: 9NAJB
Type: Pilatus
Fatalities: 2  all crew members Injuries: 9
Place of Accident :Chilkhaya in Kalikot district
Enroute: Nepalgunj-Jumla





Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Tara Air Plane Crash

    Tara Air Plane Crash
 Tara Air   9N-AHH Twin Otter carrying 20 passengers and three crew members en route to Jomsom from Pokhara  crashed in Myagdi's Rupse. The plane took off from Pokhara at 7:47 this morning and lost contact with Pokhara Air Traffic Control after 10 minutes of take off. 
The local people of Myagdi sight the plane plunging to the mountains with big bang . Fire  and smoke is seen coming from the hills near Myagdi which confirms the crash of Twin Otter.  
The plane is crashed near the highest waterfall of Nepal  Rupse Jharna.

Tara Air plane crashed in Myagdi's Rupse

              Tara Air   9N-AHH Twin Otter carrying 20 passengers and three crew members en route to Jomsom from Pokhara  crashed in Myagdi's Rupse. The plane took off from Pokhara at 7:47 this morning and lost contact with Pokhara Air Traffic Control after 10 minutes of take off.

Monday, February 22, 2016

Aircraft flights than anyone else in history.

Eric ‘Winkle’ Brown- flew more aircraft than anyone else in history.He flew 487 different types of aircraft.

GK DAILY TEST


When was International Dance Day 2018 celebrated ?

Answer: April 29

Sunday, February 21, 2016

Galileo Galilie

Birth: 1561 Feb 15 ,Pisa, Italy
Education: Pisa University And Regional School near Florence.
Father: Bensenjiyo
Teachers: Rikki, Euclid, Arthmade
Invention: Binocular, Thermometer, Compass, Watch.

Isaac Newton

Date Of Birth : 1452 A.D December 25 Ulasthorp , England.
Contribution: Law of Gravitation , 1668 A.D, Co lours of Sun , Law of motion in 1689 A.D.  Every objects in this world are attracted towards each other 1617 A.D, Every Planet are attracted towards the sun 
Involvement:  Director of Royal Society 1703 A.D, Member of Royal Society 1672 A.D, Professor of Trinity College 1667  
Death: 1727 A.D march 20

ARCHIMEDES

Date Of Birth: 287 B.C , Sisile, Greece
Father: Feden 
Education: Initial Education, Euclid School of Greece 
University: Alexandrian  University.
Teacher: Euclid  
Contribution: Theory of Screw., Theory of Lever, Invention of Mirror, Method to measure the diameter of Sun and Moon. Invention of Value Of Phi 22/ 7.
Death: 212 B.C

Jhon Dalton

Date Of Birth: 1766 A.D September 6, Eaglesfield, England 
Father: Joseph Dalton
Contribution: Law of Partial Pressure,  
Atomic Theory  ,
Aurora Borealis invention,  
Rule of Multi proportion  
Death: 1844 A.D July 27

Charles Darwin

Date Of Birth: 1809 A.D February 12, Mount Seuri , London
Contribution: Theory Of Evolution,
Theory of Survival of fittest ,
Education: Cambridge University, London
Publication: Theory of natural selection(1831)
Insectivorous plants (1867)
The power of movement in Plants( 1867)
Role of Earthworm in soil Fertility
The Origin Of Species(1859)
The Variation of Animals and plants under Domestication (1867)
On the Origin of Species by means of natural selection
Death : 1882 April 19

Michael Fararaday

Birth: 1791 A.D September 22. New Wington, London
Contribution: Generator  in 1831 A.D, Benzene, Carbon floride, Paramagnetism, Di magnetism  
Death: 1867 A.D August 25
Title: Prince of experiment

LOUIS PASTEUR

Date Of Birth: 1822 A.D December 27, Dole, France.
Contribution: Vacsine against TB,
Treatment method of Hydrophobia,
Invention Pasteurisation Method m,
Vaccines againt Rabies, Germ therory in realtion to Fermentation.
Death: 1895 A.D

Thomas Alva Edision

Birth: 1847 February 11 ,Ohayo, America.
Father: Samuel
Mother: Nancy
Contribution: Greatest number of invention, Teligraph Camera, Loudspeaker, Moemogram.
He was disable (hearing).
Nobel Prize in Physics in 1904 A.D
First Invention :Teligram
Death: 1939 A.D October 18

Albert Einstein

Birth: 1879 March 14 , Ulma, Germany
Father; Herman Einstein
Mother: Pulin Einstein
Contribution: Theory of Relativity,
Finding of Unified Field Theory,
Atom Bomb,
Education :  Phd from Jurich Polytechnical  Academy, Jurich ,Switzerland.
Nobel Prize in Physics in 1921 A.D
Death: April 18 1955 A.D

Madam Marie Curie

Birth: 1867 A.D November 7 , Warsa, Poland
Marriage: with Piari Curie in 1893 July 25
Education: Study of Properties of Uranium (PhD)
Contribution: Invention of Radium with his husband.
Nobel Prize in Physics in 1903 A.d  and in Chemistry in 1911 A.D
Death: 1934 July 4, Blood Cancer

Gugliemo Marconi

Date of Birth: 1847 April 25, Bologna ,Italy
Father: Gidshep Marconi
Mother: Anni Marconi
Contribution: Long Wave Signal ,Radio Frequency invention, Magnetic Detector Development. Wireless Telegraph 
Prize: Nobel Prize in Physics in 1909 A.D for wireless telegraph.
Death: July 1937 A.D

Principal Organs Of SAARC

1. Meeting of the Heads of State or Government
2. The Council of Minister
3. Standing Committee.
4. Technical Committee
5. Action Committee.
6. Secretariat.

SAARC Areas of Cooperation

1. Agriculture and Rural Development,
2. Transport,
3. women, Youth and Children
4. Health and Population,
5. Science, Technology and Meteorology,
6. Human resources Development.

SAARC Regional Center

1. SAARC Agricultural Information Centre, Dhaka.
2. SAARC Meterological Research Centre, Dhaka
3. SAARC Tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS Centre, Kathmandu
4. SAARC Documentation Centre, New Delhi.
5. SAARC Human Resources Development Centre, Islamabad.
6. SAARC Information Centre, Kathmandu.
7. SAARC Energy Centre , Pakistan.
8. SAARC Disaster Management Center, India .
9. SAARC Caoastal Zone Management Centre, Maldives.
10. SAARC Forest Centre,Bhutan

Secretary Generals of SAARC

1. Abdul Ahsan, Bangladesh -----16 January 1987 to 15 Oct 1989
2. Kant Kishore Bharjava, India----17 Oct 1989 to Dec 31 1991
3. Ibrahim Husain Zaki ,Maldives----1 Jan 1992 to 31 Dec 1993
4. Yadav Kant Silwal, Nepal----1 Jan 1994 to 31 Dec 1995
5. Naeem U GAsan, Pakistan----1 Jan 1996 to 31 Dec 1998
6. Nihal Rodrigo, Srilanka-----Jan 1 1999 to Jan 10 2002
7. Q.A.M.A Rahim, Bangladesh----Jan 11 2002 to 28 Feb 2005
8. Chenkyab Dorji ,Bhutan----1 March 2005 to 29 Feb 2008
9. Dr. Sheel Kant Sharma ,India ---March 1 2008 to ............

SAARC Year's

1989: SAARC year of Combating Drugs and Drug Trafficking
1990: SAARC year of Girl Child
1991: SAARC year of Shelter]
1992: SAARC year of Environment
1993: SAARC year of Disabled Person
1994: SAARC year of The Youth
1995: SAARC year of Poverty Eradication
1996: SAARC year of Literacy
1997: SAARC year of Participatory Governance
1999: SAARC year of Biodiversity
2002-2003: SAARC year of Contribution of Youth to Environment
2004: SAARC Awareness year for TB and HIV/AIDS]
2006: South Asian Tourism Year
2007: SAARC Year of Good Governance
2008: Green South Asian Year.

Signatories of SAARC Charter

1. Birendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev, King of Nepal
2. Rajiv Gandhi, Prime minister of India
3. Muhammad Zia-Ul-Haq ,President ofPakistan
4. Maumoon Abdul Gayoom, President of Maldives
5. Jigme Singye Wangchuk, King Of Bhutan
6.Junius Richard Jayewardene, President of Srilanka
7. Hussain Muhammad Ersahad, President of Bangladesh.

Principles Of SAARC


The SAARC Principles are:

1. Cooperation within the framework of the association shall be based on respect for the principle os sovereign equality, territorial integrity, political independence, non interference in the internal affairs of other States and mutual benefits.
2. Such co-operation shall not be substituted for bilateral and multilateral co-operation but shall complement them.
3. Such co-operation shall not be inconsistent with bilateral and multilateral Obligations.

Paris Attack

Paris Attack: 13 Nov 2015
No of Death: 130
Location:Paris and Saint-Denis, France
The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) claimed responsibility for the attacks

Mountaineers Everest permits to be extended .

                   Climbing permits of hundreds of mountaineers who had been forced to abandon their expeditions last year due to avalanches on the Himalaya triggered by the April 25 earthquake. The permits will be extended for two years.

Saturday, February 20, 2016

Kantipur Hero Half marathon


  • Gopi Chandra Parki (Male)of Nepal Armed Police Force (APF) Club 
  •  Reshu Basnet (Female) of Tribhuvan Army Club (TAC) won the sixth Kantipur-Hero Half Marathon here on Friday.

First price worth Rs 50000/-

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi welcomes Nepal Constitution


  • Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi welcomes Nepal Constitution on 2016/02/20.
  • PM Kp Oli and Indian PM Narendra Modi sign on 7 agreements on mutual cooperation
  • 80 MW joined National grid from India. 

Friday, February 19, 2016

Malaysia Manpower

Malaysia not to take any manpower from 02/19/2016. 

Kantipur Publication marked its 23rd Anniversary on 7th Feb 2016.

Kantipur Publication marked its 23rd Anniversary on 7th Feb 2016.
They Declared Kantipur Icon to National Cricket Team

Nepal Medals list of SAG 2016.

Please find the medal list of SAG held in India on 2016 from 5 Feb to 16 Feb. This is 12th edition of SAG game.

1. SAG  was held on Shillong and Guwahati in India from 5 February to 16 February 2016.
2. Next SAG will held on Nepal. It will be 13th SAG.

RankStateTotal PointsGoldSilverBronze
1India308 points188 gold medals90 silver medals30 bronze medals
2Sri Lanka186 points25 gold medals63 silver medals98 bronze medals
3Pakistan106 points12 gold medals37 silver medals57 bronze medals
4Afghanistan35 points
7 gold medals
9 silver medals19 bronze medals
5Bangladesh75 points4 gold medals15 silver medals56 bronze medals
6Nepal60 points3 gold medals23 silver medals34 bronze medals
7Maldives 3 points0 gold medals2 silver medals1 bronze medals
8Bhutan16 points0 gold medals1 silver medals
15 bronze medals


Nepal Gold Medals
  1. In FOOTBALL Men Team Event 
  2. In JUDO Women 63 Kg 
  3. In WUSHU Women Nanquan & Nandao 



Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli Visit to India

Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli today started his six-day state visit to India 0n 19 Feb 2016.
1. When did PM KP oli started India Visit:19 Feb 2016.
Bijay Kumar Gachhadar will carry our daily administrative tasks of the PM in Oli’s absence.

Saturday, February 13, 2016

What are Gravitational Waves ?

Gravitational waves are distortions or 'ripples' in the fabric of space-time caused by some of the most violent and energetic processes in the Universe. Albert Einstein predicted the existence of gravitational waves in 1916 in his general theory of relativity. Einstein's mathematics showed that massive accelerating objects (such as neutron stars or black holes orbiting each other) would disrupt space-time in such a way that 'waves' of distorted space would radiate from the source. Furthermore, these ripples would travel at the speed of light through the Universe, carrying with them information about their cataclysmic origins, as well as invaluable clues to the nature of gravity itself.

The strongest gravitational waves are produced by catastrophic events such as colliding black holes, the collapse of stellar cores (supernovae), coalescing neutron stars or white dwarf stars, the slightly wobbly rotation of neutron stars that are not perfect spheres, and the remnants of gravitational radiation created by the birth of the Universe itself.

Source:https://www.ligo.caltech.edu/page/what-are-gw

First Women President of Nepal

Vidya Devi Bhandari
Selected first women president on October 28 ,2015

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