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16th Magh "sahid-diwas" nothing to do on that day just to remember "sahid" once.Yep,it's a fact about Nepal and Nepalese Martyrs, nobody is going to remember them and even the politicians. Office is off and it's very cold outside.So I don't have any plan but thinking to go to BICC in CAN Info tech-2008 organized by CAN.I'm feeling very cold and I'm inside my room.My mobile rings.....Ok, it's a call by Ishan (de gleaner).He says," Don't you go to CAN ? " .Yes,I replied".He says," common fast,I've a pass for it and it's with my friend.Well,we have to go to Tinkune".Ok ! I replied and went on.

He phoned me again,and then we met.We began to move besides the bank of Manahara River and later on the bank of Bagmati River too.Finally,we got Ishan's friend Saugat house.Then I know that Saugat is an music artist may be lyricist or raper too But I'm not sure and I'ven't asked him.Later Saugat's fr…

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The reason why you aren't a millionaire (or on your way to becoming one) is really quite simple. You probably assume it's because you aren't earning enough money, but the truth is that for most people, whether or not you become a millionaire has very little to do with the amount of money you make. It's the way that you treat money in your daily life.

Here are 10 possible reasons you aren't a millionaire:

1. You Care What Your Neighbors Think: If you're competing against them and their material possessions, you're wasting your hard-earned money on toys to impress them instead of building your wealth.

2. You Aren't Patient: Until the era of credit cards, it was difficult to spend more than you had. That is not the case today. If you have credit card debt because you couldn't wait until you had enough money to purchase something in cash, you are making others wealthy while keeping yourself in debt.

3. You Have Bad Habits: Whether it's smoking, d…

After a long gap I've decided to go to cyber cafe for netsurfing.Thinking of that I've gone to cyber street.Don't be confused cyber-street is in New Baneshwor.And it's a street.hehe...

I've gone to one of the finest cyber but there is no nepali font on the computer.Then I'm verymuch upset because there I'm planning to visit some nepali blog but there is no nepali fonts in the computer.So I stay there only for half an hour.

I asked the amount that I've to pay, she politly replies,"10 rupees".Yep, she is a girl or it can be says that, that was her cyber or can be says that , she was the owner of that cyber cafe.Ok 10 rupees,when did you increase these much amount? I know that, about few months ago you cyber charge was 10 rupees per hour.Again she politly replied ,"it's all because of loadshading".Oh,that's a reason.

Then I opened my wallet and search for 10 rupee note.But I only have a note of Rs.500.So I gave it to her.But she re…

-sul4bh

Since long I have been thinking about this topic "If there is the coldest temperature ever possible, the absolute zero, then there must also be hottest temperature". I found this QA somewhere, read...

Dear Cecil:

What is the opposite of absolute zero? I can accept the idea that there's a coldest possible temperature, but I like my limits in pairs. Is there a limit to how hot things can get? If so, what is it and why is it? --Mark Stewart, Chicago



Dear Mark:

There is a limit, sort of, but it's so inconceivably large that nobody but high energy physicists talks about it (although as I think about it absolute zero doesn't exactly qualify as breakfast table chatter either). The highest possible temperature, called the Planck temperature, is equal to 10^32 degrees Kelvin. For comparison, the center of the sun bubbles along at 15 million degrees K (15 x 10^6); silicon can be created by fusion at 1 billion K (10^9). In short, the Planck temperature is very toasty ind…

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व्यवस्थापिका-संसद्ले अन्तरिम संविधान संशोधन गरी मुलुकलाई संघीय लोकतान्त्रिक गणतन्त्रात्मक राज्य बनाउने निर्णय गरेको छ । गणतन्त्रको कार्यान्वयन संविधानसभाको पहिलो बैठकबाट हुनेछ ।
संसद्को दुई तिहाइले संविधानमा तेस्रो संशोधन पारित गरी मुलुकलाई गणतन्त्रात्मक राज्य बनाएको हो । सभामुख सुवास नेम्वाङले संविधानको तेस्रो संशोधन शुक्रबारै प्रमाणीकरण गरेका छन् ।
राजाले संविधानसभा चुनाव हुन नदिन गम्भीर व्यवधान गरेमा संविधानसभा निर्वाचनअगाडि नै गणतन्त्र कार्यान्वयन गर्न सक्ने व्यवस्थासमेत संशोधनमा छ । अन्तरिम संसद्ले दुई तिहाइबाट गणतन्त्र कार्यान्वयन गर्न सक्नेछ ।