Wednesday, 26 February 2014

The driver and guard of Justin Bieber has been arrested

The pop singer Justin Bieber’s security guard and drive have been arrested and charged of stealing camera of photographers near Atlanta. Steve Rose, Police Capt. said that on Tuesday evening Bieber was in the Georgia capital’s north entertainment complex and Mr. Bodyguard Hugo Hesny was caught into the confrontation with photographer to whom he had replied not to get too close with singer.

Friday, 21 February 2014

Paras Shah Exclusive Report

Nepal former crown prince Paras Shah was born on 30 December 1971. He is only son of the ex-king Gyanendra and queen komal shah. He has one sister, Prerana. He received his initial education at St. Joseph College in Darjeeling, India and Budhanilkantha School, Kathmandu.

Thursday, 20 February 2014

Facebook Agrees To Buy WhatsApp For $19bn

The social network announced that mobile messaging company WhatsApp is now bought by Facebook for $19 bn (£11.4 bn). The company would be paying $4bn in cash while $15bn in the shares of Facebook as deal. The founders and employees of the app will be getting $3bn of shares which will be as restricted stock vested over 4 years after the closing of deal. In the 10 year history of Facebook this purchase has been the largest single acquisition.

7 victims for the death of former PM Rajiv Gandhi might get free

The 7 victim prisoners who were sentenced for life imprisonment for the assassination of former PM Rajiv Gandhi in 1991 are about to release free as reported by the attorney of India’s Tamil Nadu state. On Wednesday Attorney Yug Chaudhary said that the after the state government gets the approval from federal government the men will be free from the prison.

NAC plane found, 18 dead

Nepal Airlines Corporation Twin Otter was found in Masine Lek, Khachikot, Arghakhachi. The aircraft met an accident killing 18 people on board. At around 9 am the aircraft which going Jumla via Pokhara was spotted by Nepali Army chopper at an altitude of 7000 feet. According to the Deputy Director, TIA’s Rescue Coordination Center, Bimalesh Karna, the chopper reached the site after the rescue team knew.

Tuesday, 18 February 2014

old passports to be replaced by MRPs

The DoP (Department of Passport) has now aimed to replace all the old passports (handwritten) by MRP (Machine Readable Passports) by Nov 2015. Since 16th December 1010 the department has distributed about 1.5 million MRPs. Among them half of them were replaced from handwritten old passports. In December 2010 when MRPs were launched, Central Passport Office and Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced that by November 2015 they will replace about 3 million handwritten passports.

Friday, 14 February 2014

Valentine day in town

Rose, cards, gifts, cakes, town painted with red, yes Valentine’s day is today.. This time not only teenagers but also mid 20’s and 30’s have showed their interest for today. There are crowds to get flower and gift for their valentine. Back a decade only teenagers seems to be interested, fascinated and waited for the day of love however this time all age group has the similar and equal fantasy of celebration.

Thursday, 13 February 2014

Va. Tech Student Samanata Shrestha Murdered; Friend Charged in Death, Police Say

Virginia Tech Student, 21 Samantha Shrestha’ s friend is charged for her death. She was in her senior in James Madison High School, Vienna, Va. According to the police on last Friday Shrestha and Jessica Michelle Ewing, 22 got into fight at off-campus apartment.However the details regarding her death is not yet revealed. The phone records from Collegiate Times states that on Friday night Ewing had called many people saying she did something terrible.

Wednesday, 12 February 2014

'Bullet baby' born in India

During Mumbai attacks in 1008 where 166 people died when the corridor of hospital was raged by gunfight a baby Goli was born. In 26th Nov 2008, Goli’s mother Viju, 33 with her husband Laksham Chavan, 38 arrived in the hospital Mumbai’s Cama. Chavan’s mind was occupied by his wife’s labour. He said that he was only thinking about his wife pain and he wanted to get her to doctor.

Tuesday, 11 February 2014

North Korea OS resembles with Apple's Mac OSX

The operating system used in North Korea is now upgraded which resemblance with the Apple’s Mac OSX platform. The Red Star OS is the home-grown country’s software which is installed in the libraries and school’s computers. The OS previously seems as if mimicked from Microsoft’s Windows system.

Monday, 10 February 2014

Loadshedding hour rise

Bad news all Nepalese has to deal with – once again the loadshedding hours up. According to NEA (Nepal Electricity Authority) from today the power outage hour will increase to 84 hrs per week. According to the new schedule Kathmandu Valley will face 12 hours of loadshedding per day.

Saturday, 8 February 2014

Nepathya's open concert in pokhara just a day after valentine's day

The Valentine ’s Day is coming so near and good news to the Pokhara people: very popular folk rock band we all are crazy of Nepathya is set to hit the Pokhara after the Valentine’s Day.At Pradarshani Kendra grounds next Saturday be ready for the open concert of Nepathya. Gurung is excited about the event and mentioning their popular track Ghara Hamro Pokhara.

Friday, 7 February 2014

DSP Tejendra Paudel caught red handed with Rs. 35,000

Kathmandu, 27 July: The commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) on Friday noon arrested DSP Mr. Tejendra Paudel. He was chief at Metropolitan police circle office of Thankot during taking a bribe of Rs. 35,000 from a scrap dealer.

What is mesothelioma?

What is mesothelioma?

Mesothelioma can be defined as types of cancer which can grow in the tissues casing the lungs or the abdomen of human body. It is known as a cancer of mesothelium cells. These cells protection outer surface of our interior body organs is forming a lining that is known as the mesothelium.

Monday, 3 February 2014

Strange Infant born in Rautahat on Saturday.

A child with four hands and four legs was born on Friday night in the Damariya of Rautahat. The newly born, however the child died within two hours of births. Huge numbers of people on Saturday offered money and flowers in the name of child saying that infant was “an incarnation of God”.