Showing posts with label Kiran Institute of Career Achievements. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Kiran Institute of Career Achievements. Show all posts

Monday, May 30, 2016

नई दिल्ली: बड़ी डीजल गाड़ियों पर एनजीटी के बैन का दायरा बढ़ेगा या नहीं, यह फैसला आज (सोमवार) होना था, लेकिन खास बात यह है कि सरकार इस बैन का दायरा बढ़ाने के खिलाफ है। एनजीटी 11 शहरों में इस दायरे को बढ़ाने पर विचार कर रही है।

Friday, January 15, 2016

The Filmfare Awards were held on 16 January, 2016 in Mumbai, and it’s definitely considered to be one of the – if not THE – most prestigious award shows in India. We’ve got the full winners list below.

  1. Best Costume – Anju Modi and Maxima Basu for Bajirao Mastani
  2. Best Sound Design – Shajith Koyeri for Talvar
  3. Best Production Design – Sujeet Sawant, Sriram Iyengar and Saloni Dhatrak for Bajirao Mastani
  4. Best Choreography – Pandit Birju Maharaj for Mohe Rang Do Laal, Bajirao Mastani
  5. Best Cinematography – Manu Anand for Dum Laga Ke Haisha
  6. Best Action – Sham Kaushal for Bajirao Mastani
  7. Best Background Score – Anupam Roy for Piku
  8. Best VFX – Prana Studio for Bombay Velvet
  9. Best Playback Singer (female) – Shreya Ghoshal for Deewani Mastani (Bajirao Mastani)
  10. Best Playback Singer (male) – Arijit Singh for Sooraj Dooba Hai (Roy)

Monday, January 11, 2016

Some Amazing Facts about
googol is a large number equal to (i.e., a 1 with 100 zeros following it). Written out explicitly.
  1. Google's original name was BACKRUB. Then Google came as the spelling mistake of word "Googol". May be that's why googlers get free massages in office.
  2. Google's headquarter is called "Googleplex" which means the number equivalent to ten raised to the power of a googol.
  3. In Googleplex, TGIF (Thank God Its Friday) used to happen on each friday as weekly all-hands where Larry, Sergey and other googlers discuss about Google. As friday afternoon at Mountain view was too late for other offices of google worldwide, now it happens on each thursday and its

Sunday, January 10, 2016

What are some amazing facts about Google or Microsoft?

The Google reCAPTCHA Project

We have all come across the ubiquitous captcha - the colourful images with distorted text - a reverse Turing test of sorts. These work because no algorithm at present can read distorted text as well as we humans do. However not all the distorted texts are unreadable by machines. About 200 million captchas are solved everyday, amounting to more than 150,000 hours of work each day. Considering the numbers involved, a safe captcha generation system was needed. Enter Google reCAPTCHA. To make a positive use of this immense human effort, the reCAPTCHA channels the effort spent solving captcha online into "reading" books.
To archive human knowledge and to make information more accessible to the world, multiple projects are digitizing physical books that were written before the computer age. The book pages

Friday, January 8, 2016

Why isn't there a gravitational pull on fire? Flat 40%

Why isn't there a gravitational pull on fire? Flat 40%

Carry  a helium or hydrogen filled balloon in a car, and accelerate the car. (Be careful; this can be dangerous.) The balloon will not be pulled to the rear of the car; it will move to the front! (That's why I said you have to be careful.)
The balloon is, of course, pushed backwards by the acceleration (according to the equivalence principle, this is equivalent to rearward gravity), but the air, since it weighs more per volume, is pushed more. So it is what goes backwards, while the balloon is forced forward by the heavier flowing air.
Likewise from gravity. A balloon goes up because the heavier air falls down around it, displacing the balloon. And similarly for the hot plasma known as fire. It weighs less per cubic centimeter than does the air around it, so the air drops and pushes the plasma up.

When you start a fire, fuel combines with oxygen to release heat, light, carbon dioxide, water vapor, soot etc. The heat energy generated in this process heats up the air around the flame which in turn decrease the density of the surrounding air.
This hot air around the flame then starts rising up and the surrounding colder heavier air rushes down into its place accelerating the hot air upwards which in turn causes the flame to shoot up. It is this hot air rushing upwards that also causes fire to flicker.
In case of in a micro gravity environment, there is no reason for the heavier air to fall down and rush into the place of the lighter air. So the flame just remains a spherical blob as you would imagine. 
Thus, gravitational pull exist on fire too.

Thursday, January 7, 2016


Periodic Table’s 7th Period is Finally Complete, IUPAC-IUPAP Officials Say


The 7th period of the periodic table now has four new elements: element 113 (temporarily named as Ununtrium, or Uut)element 115 (Ununpentium, or Uup)element 117 (Ununseptium, or Uus), and element 118 (Ununoctium, or Uuo), says a group of experts from the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) and the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP).

Monday, January 4, 2016

Sunday, January 3, 2016

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