Thursday, February 17, 2011


 Computer is an electronic device which is performs mathematical and logical function at very high speed. In other way we can be defined to computer as a digital and automatic machine which takes input data from user process stores if it necessary and gives output as result. Now a day computer is main part of our life. Without it we can not work anything. Computer provides us very intelligent knowledge and talent performance. It makes our life very easy and successful. Many difficult works are easy now from computer. It saves our important time also. It can do anything which is impossible for human being.

LAN - Local Area Network

A LAN connects network devices over a relatively short distance. A networked office building, school, or home usually contains a single LAN, though sometimes one building will contain a few small LANs (perhaps one per room), and occasionally a LAN will span a group of nearby buildings. In TCP/IP networking, a LAN is often but not always implemented as a single IP subnet


With more than one billion people, India ranks as the second-most populous country in the world after China. Its geography encompasses 3,500 miles of coastline, mountain ranges that include the Himalayas, swaths of fertile farmland, diverse cultures and a glittering civilization that predates Europe.
Before it was a nation, India was a land of fiefs and city states vulnerable to raiding, invasion and migration.  The Indo-Aryan people settled in the northwest region and over the next 2,000 years developed the Brahman culture from which Hinduism evolved. Invaders include Alexander the Great in 327 B.C. and much later the Persians, who would found the Mogul empire. The Europeans began arriving early in the sixteenth century, drawn by the opulence of the moguls. The British East India Company, with trading posts in Surat, Bombay and Calcutta, soon dominated the region, ousting Portuguese and Dutch traders. The British Raj was born and India's vast raw wealth was shipped to the West.
During World War I Mohandas K. Gandhi began an organized protest of English rule. Gandhi used an inspired campaign of passive resistance, which later became the model for nonviolent protest during the American civil rights movement of the 1960s. In a divide-and-conquer strategy, the British rulers set Muslim interests against those of Hindus, partitioning Bengal in 1905 and later widening Indian participation in governing councils. In the elections of the '30s the political party of Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru became dominant in the government. The Muslim League, led by Muhammad Ali Jinnah, feared a loss of power in an independent India. When independence came in 1947, British India split into India and Pakistan, with repercussions that continue to plague the sub-continent to this day. These two enemies now have nuclear weapons.
In August 2010, India's Parliament approved a final, critical piece of a landmark civil nuclear agreement, a pact regarded as a cornerstone of a Bush-era effort to transform the relationship between the United States and the world’s largest democracy. But even as supporters praised a historic victory, the end result is probably not es had hoped for, nor does it seem likely to signal a new era in relations between the United States and India.

Sanghiya Loktāntrik Ganatantra Nepāl

Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal, Sanghiya Loktāntrik Ganatantra Nepāl

                              12 December 1962, coat of arms adopted 16 December 1962.

Nation Flag of the Great Nepal

According to the very precise construction details contained in the Nepalese Constitution, the proportions of the flag are 4:3 plus width of the blue border which makes the upper pendant longer than the lower because of its sharper angle.

The flag of Nepal is the only national flag which is not rectangular, being based upon two separate pennants which belonged to rival branches of the Rana dynasty, which formerly ruled the country.

The national flag of Nepal is the only non-quadrangular national flag. The flag is a simplified combination of two single pennants that represent, for some, the mountains of Nepal while for others the Hindu flags. The flag was adopted, with the formation of a new constitutional government, on December 16, 1962

The moon in the upper part represents the royal house. The sun in the lower part symbolizes a branch of the Rana family, members of which acted as prime ministers until 1961.

       Motto           "The mother and the Mother Earth are more important than the heavenly kingdom."



Do you ever think that there is a HEAVEN or HELL in our small WORLD...?

          1. HELL

The usual approach in Christianity to the topic of heaven and hell proceeds in terms of a group of contrasts, contrasts between punishment and reward, between grace and reward, or between mercy and justice. With regard to the hell, the dominant approach conceives of it in terms of punishment.

Punishment deserved is also a function of the status of the individual one has wronged, and they argue that all wrongdoing constitutes a wrong against God, and that wronging God is as bad a thing as anyone could do — they are infinitely bad thereby justifying an infinite punishment.

So I think that there is nothing after death I mean hill, every thing good or bad, we do in this life punishment or reward will be gifted.

          2. HEAVEN

This discussion of the hell reveals how Christian thought on the doctrine has centered around the question of the justice of hell. Reflection on the doctrine of heaven. There are also two indications of concern about the justice of heaven in Christian thought. First if you give happiness to any one you will be happy, an if you give punishment to any one you will be punished one day..............

Nepalese people and there political leader …

Hang-up politics...

In Nepal all politics leader has only two aims that is to be president or prime minister of Nepal.  
That's why all Nepalese citizens are hang-up by there leadership. Still now there are not so god political leader, who can improved the politics of Nepal which is in very critical condition. No one think about the nation just think about there party's, and party members.

               The condition of Nepal government is not good enough to be a government its unbalance.

It seems that the political leaders do not have the interest of the people or the nation in their minds. They are just busy taking care of themselves, their relatives and their cadres. There is not a single political party that has come up with a plan on how they are going to solve the problems facing the people including that of poverty and illiteracy. They have not come up with programs for economic development, train workforce to develop the country, improve health care, educational institutions, transportation, and above all protect our sovereignty and territorial integrity. If these leaders are serious about the country and the people they would not be talking about division of the country and the people. A true leader would try to unite the country and the people and lead the nation towards peace and prosperity.

A true leader should have the interest of the whole nation and her people above any thing else. However, the current leaders are all for their personal glory and well being. They are not interested in helping people. They have placed personal interest above party interest; and interest and well being of their party above the national interest.
                         I hate politics.................

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Tension ma tension LOAD SHEDDING tension

Great news
Nepal enters a fourteen hours daily load shedding schedule from today.

Nepal is the second largest country for rivers in the world but still we Nepalese are facing almost 98 hrs/week load shedding. Due to this load shedding companies are closing down. When there are no companies means no employment.

The country is facing many difficulties due to load-shedding. This situation has come before, and it will continue in future. Improvements take place gradually. Signs for improvement have not yet been seen. If such a situation is going on, why is the government not importing electricity from a neighboring country? If this initiative is pursued, Nepal wouldn't have to tolerate this critical situation.

This load-shedding is a burning issue which reveals the lack of electricity in Nepal. Nepal isn't exporting electricity, but India is using the water that flows from the country and wants to export it back again

We are fed off by this load shedding crises…..                                                                              

      Nepal Government Do Some Thing……..

O ne Horn Rhino fact……

Greater One-Horned rhino are restricted to small protected areas primarily in north-eastern India and Nepal (Chitwan National Park-CNP, Bardia National Park-BNP and Suklaphanta Wildlife Reserve-SWR).

 The park was designated as a World Heritage Site in 1984. Royal Chitwan National Park, the oldest national park in Nepal, is situated in the subtropical inner Terai lowlands of South-Central Nepal.

The rare animal in the world is one horn Rhino. It is one of the national properties of our country Nepal. The main view point of this article is to give some information about Rhino. One horn Rhino is going to vanishing day by day because of horn of Rhino. Mostly this one horn Rhino can be found in Chitwan National Park Wild Life Resort.
                                  Now a day's smugglers are running to kill the one horn rhino to earn money by selling in foreign country. Because of bullet firing of smuggler Rhino of our country is decreasing day by day.