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CHASE THE WORLD!!!!!

Chase the world you want to, chase the dream you want to. If chase a girl you can get to,  Boyz know’s what girls want, but still they had no chance. Girls must have an attitude , but she has more gratitude. CHASE THE………….WANT TO… You gonna put wildstone we itself a stone; We can grab attention of yours but we are not catchy headlines you like or not.. We are root you are stem;root had gone stem go to hell. CHASE THE WORLD YOU WANT TO CHASE THE DREAM YOU WANT TO……..

Why Isn’t India Punching Its Weight?

We live in a country where more than the number of medals are scams in one day, and this is a fact which we need to believe. Maybe this is one of the reason why India didn’t perform well in olympics or maybe an excuse for the same? Have you heard about Usain Bolt? Oh! off course you must have…. Read more →

India's performance in Rio Olympics in 2016

India’s performance in Rio Olympics in 2016

Intro – The summer Olympics 2016 was held in Brazil city of Rio de Janeiro. The motto or the catch line of this Olympics is live your passion. There were 306 events in total spread around 28 sporting categories which are to be hosted by 35 different competition venues. The opening ceremony was held at the Maracanã Stadium of Rio… Read more →

World’s Deepest Postbox

Susami, a fishing town in Wakayama, Japan is in guinness world records for having the deepest underwater postbox, at a 10 meters underwater.  

India's first floating post office

India’s first floating post office

India, the largest postal network in the world is the another attraction – A floating post office on the Dal Lake in Srinagar, the first in the country. The Floating Post Office was innovation by the Indian post to increase the tourist and provide a unique and tourist-friendly service.

Worlds First Flowsound System

Worlds First Flowsound System

In the history of world cinema P. Seshu Kumar from Hyderabad has developed an innovative “Flow sound system” integrating all audio crafts of traditional filmmaking as a unique sound management technique. It has been implemented in 9 commercial films in a period of 12 months. Source: worldrecordsindia.com

Snake & Ladders game was invented in India.

Snake & Ladders game was invented in India.

The game, Snakes & Ladders, was invented in India as a game of morals. The game was popular in ancient India and emphasized the role of fate or karma. Later it spread to England and eventually introduced in the USA by game pioneer Milton Bradley in 1943.

 India has won all Kabaddi world cups

India has won all Kabaddi world cups

Kabaddi is one of the most popular sports in India, played mainly in villages of India. The Indian team has won all world cups played in both men’s and women’s categories till now. Apart from this India has also won all Asian games, Asian Indoor games & South Asian games final.

India - world's biggest producer of Mangoes.

India – world’s biggest producer of Mangoes.

More than 40% of the world’s annual output of mangoes are grown in India, making its world’s biggest producer and consumer of mangoes. There are several hundred varieties of mangoes, of which more than 35 are commercially available. India exports mango to over 40 countries worldwide.

Guinness world record by typing with Nose.

Guinness world record by typing with Nose.

An Indian man has recently set the Guinness world record for typing 103 words in 47 seconds with Nose. Khursheed Hussain, the 23-year-old wrote the phrase: ” Guinness World Records has challenged me to type this sentence using my nose in the fastest time.” Hussain set a second world record, his first was for typing the English alphabet in just… Read more →

 Snapdeal.com Nagar ??

Snapdeal.com Nagar ??

There is a village in India called Snapdeal.com Nagar. Shiv Nagar village in North India changed its name to Snapdeal.com Nagar after the e-commerce website installed 15 hand pumps for the convenience of the villages.

The deepest cave on Earth

The deepest cave on Earth

Krubera Cave, also known as Voronya Cave (Russian for “Crow’s Cave”) is the deepest known cave on Earth. It is located in the Arabika Massif, one of the largest high-mountain limestone karst massifs in the Western Caucasus region of Georgia.Krubera remains the only known cave on Earth deeper than 2,000 metres.

World's worst passwords: "123456"

World’s worst passwords: “123456”

Splashdata has announced 2013 list of 25 most common passwords found on the internet. “123456” get the top most rank in 25 password lists. “Seeing passwords like ‘adobe123’ and ‘photoshop’ on this list offers a good reminder not to base your password on the name of the website or application you are accessing. Here is the full list of the… Read more →

October is the National Pizza Month

October is the National Pizza Month

Did you Know ??…..October is the National Pizza Month in the United states. Anyone in the business of serving pizza probably does not need to be reminded that October is National Pizza Month in the United State. In 1984, October was designated as National Pizza Month by Gerry Durnell, the founder of Pizza Today magazine.

World smallest populated independent state

World smallest populated independent state

Vatican City, a walled enclave within the city of Rome, is the world smallest independent state by both population & area. 842 people live in Vatican City, with an area of approximately 44 hectares (110 acres) making it the least populated independent state in the world. Source: Wikipedia

Interesting Facts about Google

Interesting Facts about Google

There are more than 2 million Google searches per second. Google has photographed more than 5 million miles of road for its Street View maps. 620 million users visit the Google page daily. Google has the largest network of translators in the world. Google’s search index is more than 100 million gigabytes in size. It would take 100,000 one-terabyte personal… Read more →

31 Doctors in one Family

31 Doctors in one Family

At a time when the state government is reeling under shortage of doctors, this family is an inspiration for youngsters to opt for medical profession. When Vinamrita Patni, secured 107th rank in the recently held RPMT, she will become the 32nd member of her family to join the medical profession. Most of her family members are doctors and it won’t… Read more →

Beyond statistics - India never, ever lost any international match that he played in

Beyond statistics – India never, ever lost any international match that he played in

Dhyan Chand, the magician of hockey who is widely considered as the greatest field hockey player of All Time. Dhyan Chand won an Olympic gold medal for India in three successive Olympics at Amsterdam (1928), Los Angeles (1932) and Berlin (1936). Over an illustrious 22-year career (1926 to 1948), he scored more than 400 international goals. Beyond statistics, Dhyan Chand’s impact… Read more →

World's Shortest War

World’s Shortest War

The shortest war in history was between Zanzibar and England in 1896. The conflict lasted around 40 minutes, marking it as the shortest war in history.The cause of the war was the death of the pro-British Sultan Hamad bin Thuwaini on 25 August 1896. Source: Wikipedia

Darjeeling was the first town in India to get electricity

Darjeeling was the first town in India to get electricity

November 10, 1897 was an epoch-making day in the power sector in India.On this day, the first hydel power station in India, and reportedly in Asia too, was commissioned at Sidrapong near Darjeeling town, the first power utility run on commercial basis for use of general public, heralding the electrical-energy-era in the Indian sub-continent, and ushering in a revolutionary change… Read more →

Interesting facts about Facebook

Interesting facts about Facebook

There are about 30 million dead people on Facebook. 600,000 hacking attempts are made to Facebook accounts every day. Al Pacino was the first “face” on Facebook. Smartphone users check Facebook 14 times a day. Facebook, Twitter and The New York Times have been blocked in China since 2009. A Facebook post in December 2009 led to a kidney donation.

Why Recycle ??

Why Recycle ??

1 recycled glass bottle would save enough energy to power a computer for about 25 minutes. Indian households produced 30.5 million tonnes of waste in last year, of which 23% was collected for recycling. Glass is 100% recyclable and can be used innumerable times. Recycled paper produces 73% less air pollution than if it was made from raw materials. 70%… Read more →

Wired Facts #3

Wired Facts #3

The world’s biggest family lives together in India.  Ziona, the head of family, has 38 wives, 32 sons, 18 daughters, 22 grandsons, 26 granddaughters and seven great grand children and all live under one roof. With one the biggest houses in Serchhip district located in the mountainous state sandwiched between Bangladesh and Myanmar, the family enjoys enormous respect and is the centre… Read more →

Interesting facts about Mobile Phone

Interesting facts about Mobile Phone

The first mobile phone call was made in 1973 by Martin Cooper, a former Motorola inventor. Over 250 million Nokia 1100 devices were sold, making it the bestselling electrical gadget in history. Mobile phones have 18 times more bacteria than toilet handles. In Japan, 90% of mobile phones are waterproof. Mobile Phone Radiation can cause Insomnia, headaches and confusion.

The first computer mouse was made out of wood

The first computer mouse was made out of wood

Did You Know the First Computer Mouse Was Wooden? The computer mouse: undeniably the cutest of the gadget world. The small, clickable tool is the reason we can browse social networks, search Google, play games and send email. But this powerful computer piece comes from humble beginnings and had a long road to the sleek. The first mouse invented by Douglas… Read more →

Alcohol kills one person every 10 seconds worldwide

Alcohol kills one person every 10 seconds worldwide

According to World Health Organization, alcohol kills 3.3 million people worldwide each year, more than AIDS, tuberculosis and violence combined.  The UN health agency said, alcohol causes one in 20 deaths globally every year.”This actually translates into one death every 10 seconds,” Shekhar Saxena, who heads the WHO’s Mental Health and Substance Abuse department, told reporters in Geneva. Source:  Yahoo News

A stray dog in afghanistan saved 50 American soliders

A stray dog in afghanistan saved 50 American soliders

Sgt. Chris Duke, from the National Guard, and his fellow troops made good friends with some stray dogs they found while on tour in Afghanistan. One night, a suicide bomber was about to enter their quarters, covered in explosives. The three dogs somehow sensed the danger and defended their friends. They began barking and biting deadly the roadside bomber. Source:… Read more →

Wired Facts #2

Wired Facts #2

An indian man named jadav payeng started planting trees on a barren sandbar at 17. he is now 47 and lives in his own 1360 acre forest which now houses rhinos, tigers, deers & elephants.   Source: wikipedia

A man married a pillow

A man married a pillow

A Korean man named Lee Jin-gyu fell in love with a life-sized Japanese body pillow called a “dakimakura”. The pillow has the image of a cartoon character named Fate Testarossa on it, from an anime called Mahou Shoujo Lyrical Nanoha. The 28-year-old man takes his pillow with him everywhere and eventually got married to it. Source: metro.co.uk

Interesting facts about Bees

Interesting facts about Bees

A Bee must visit 4000 flowers in order to make one tablespoon of honey. A honey bee visits between 50 and 100 flowers during one collection trip. A honey bee flies at about 12 to 15 mph. The average honey bee worker makes 1/12 teaspoon of honey in her lifetime. Honey bees are the only insects that produce food for… Read more →

Interesting facts about Fruits

Interesting facts about Fruits

Apples float in water because they are 25% air. Tomatoes are a fruit not a vegetable. An average strawberry has around 200 seeds. Mangoes are the most favorite fruit in the world. A watermelon contains 92% water. Red fruits help keep your heart strong.

10 FACTS YOU DID NOT KNOW ABOUT POLLUTION

10 FACTS YOU DID NOT KNOW ABOUT POLLUTION

Pollution is one of the biggest killers, affecting more than 100 million worldwide. United States produces 30% of the world’s waste and uses 25 % of the worlds natural resources. 6 Billion Kg.of garbage are dumped into the ocean every year. Most of it is plastic. A child dies every 8 seconds from contaminated water. 1 in every 8 deaths… Read more →

Why Are Potato Chip Bags Half-Empty?

Why Are Potato Chip Bags Half-Empty?

Instead of filling up the entire bag, the chips are lying innocently at the bottom and the rest of your bag was air…or was it? The truth is, there’s a really good reason for this minor annoyance. All the air in potato chips bag is actually nitrogen and serve a purpose. It preserves the crispiness and provides cushion to ensure… Read more →

5 Things You Should Know About Water

5 Things You Should Know About Water

  3.4 million people die each year from water-related causes. Over 1.5 billion people do not have access to clean, safe water. 80% of all illness in the developing world comes from water born diseases. People in Africa have to walk an average of 6 KM to collect water. About 1 in 9 people lack access to an improved water… Read more →

Monkey steals Rs 50,000, showers over village

Monkey steals Rs 50,000, showers over village

In a bizarre incident in Uttar Pradesh’s Moradabad district, a monkey stole Rs 50,000 from a school teacher’s home in Harisinghpur and showered it over the village. After chasing the monkey for two hours, the villagers finally managed to collect Rs 46,000 and returned it to the teacher. Source: news oneindia

Interesting Facts about Honey Bees

Interesting Facts about Honey Bees

The honeybee’s wings stroke 11,400 times per minute, thus, making their distinctive buzz. A single honey bee worker produces about 1/12th of a teaspoon of honey in her lifetime. The queen bee lives for about two to three years and is the only bee that lays eggs. The queen honey bee lays up to 1,500 eggs per day, and may… Read more →

World's smallest book

World’s smallest book

After spending more than four decades painting micro and miniature paintings, Gorakhpur based artist Raj Kumar Verma has now produced a rare book which is only 0.64 mm in size. Claiming it to be the world’s smallest book, Verma is going to apply to the Limca and Guinness book of World Record to list his work.

Police In India Are Given Moustache Pay

Police In India Are Given Moustache Pay

In 2004, Madhya Pradesh police are being paid to grow moustaches because bosses believe it makes them command more respect. Jhabua district police chief Mayank Jain told BBC News Online: “The response is growing and in the months ahead we expect to see more moustachioed policemen.

Wired Facts #1

Wired Facts #1

The total weight of all the ants on earth is same as the weight of all the humans on earth. Humans rarely have a need to think about ants. They’re tiny, not poisonous and not terrifying like others. However, they are huge number than humans on earth–by one million to one!

Interesting facts about Orange fruit

Interesting facts about Orange fruit

   The word orange comes from a transliteration of the Sanskrit naranga. Which comes from the Tamil naru. Which means “fragrant.”! Oranges were first produced in southeast Asia, sometime around 4000 BC. Oranges are the largest citrus crop in the world. Brazil is the largest producer of oranges in the world. There are over 600 varieties of oranges. Orange juice… Read more →

Fact to Know

Fact to Know

Midge Larvae Larvae of one type of midge can survive for three days in liquid nitrogen. The temperature of liquid nitrogen is -321 degrees Fahrenheit.

Interesting Facts About Insects

Interesting Facts About Insects

  Houseflies find sugar with their feet, which are 10 million times more sensitive than human tongues. Ants can lift and carry more than 50 times there own weight. Termites eat through wood 2 times faster when listening to rock music. There are nearly as many species of ants (8,800) as there are species of birds (9,000) in the world…. Read more →

Unbelievable Facts

Unbelievable Facts

    In 2011, earthquake in Japan shortened days on earth by 1.8 microseconds. There are 30 million accounts on Face book of people who have already died.   If Bill gates were a country, he would be the 37th richest country on Earth. Turtles have lived on earth even before the dinosaurs. A day on mercury is equivalent to… Read more →

Do you Know??

Do you Know??

It can take a photon 40,000 years to travel from the core of the sun to the surface, but only 8 minutes to travel the rest of the way to earth.

A village that plants 111 trees for every girl born in Rajasthan

A village that plants 111 trees for every girl born in Rajasthan

A village in India is making sure that both girls and trees grow up strong and healthy. The village Piplantri in the northwestern state of Rajasthan plants 111 trees for every girl born and holds a deposit of 31,000 rupees ($520) for girl-averse families to collect after 20 years. The offer stands as long as the daughters are nurtured, educated and… Read more →

How did Google get its name?

How did Google get its name?

  The name GOOGLE was an accident. A spelling mistake made by the original founders who thought they were going for GOOGOL. Googol is a mathematical term 1 followed by one hundred zeroes.

LORD JESUS CHRIST IN CAR ACCIDENT

Believe or not the guy goes by this name. Just as expected of a victim with such a name, he forgave the person that had hit him with the car. The Lord Jesus Christ was actually hit by a woman. The only problem that the car driver had was that the police did not forgive her. She ran down the… Read more →

सीबीआई अब क्या करेगी?

सीबीआई अब क्या करेगी?

सीबीआई अब क्या करेगी? सीबीआई अब क्या करेगी। अगर वह प्रधानमंत्री मनमोहन सिंह के सच को अपना सच बनाती है तो उसे एफआईआर वापस लेनी होगी। और अगर अपनी जांच को सही मानती है और एफआईआर वापस नहीं लेती है तो प्रधानमंत्री का सच बेमानी हो जायेगा। यानी पहली बार सीबीआई की जांच और प्रधानमंत्री की साख में से कोई… Read more →

Facts about social Media

Facts about social Media

Top social media networking sites are Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Orkut, BharatStudent.com, Zedge.net, Ibibo.com, and hi5.com, Shtyle.fm, Indy rocks, Fropper.com and Myspace.com. Facebook has 45 million, twitter has 15 million and LinkedIn has 45 million users in India. The top 5 Facebook pages on Facebook are Dove, Tata Docomo, MTV Roadies, Kingfisher and Fastrack. Salman Khan, Indian Bollywood actor, is declared… Read more →

the great depression

The Great Depression is an adage not before heard until Herbert Hoover began broadly applying it in public speeches. Prior economic slumps were known as panics. An example would be the financial collapse of 1819 known as (The Panic of 1819). The adage ” The Great Depression ” was further popularized by a book published in 1934 titled “The Great… Read more →

Few Interesting Facts

1. Broccoli is the only vegetable that is also a flower. 2. An elephant weighs less than a blue whale’s tongue. 3. Dolphins, whales and apes are the only animals,other than  humans, known to commit suicide. 4. The letter ‘L’ is on the right side of the keyboard, and the letter ‘R’ is on the left side. 5. “Batman” is actually the real name… Read more →

She is a Queen.

She is a Queen.

A female cat is known as Queen or Molly . Cats can make 100 different sounds Whereas dogs can make only 10. A cat almost never meow on any other cat ,they mostly do that for someone who is larger than them.

WHY TOAST FALLS BUTTER-SIDE DOWN ?

The  most irritating phenomena- why does toast always seem to land butter-side down? is not just a case of luck, the reason behind this phenomena is the effects of gravity and drag combine to influence the event. Therefore, as your toast falls to the ground, it only has the opportunity to achieve half a rotation before reaching the floor, thus… Read more →

Facts about India

The four religions born in India – Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism, are followed by 25% of the world’s population. Jainism and Buddhism were founded in India in 600 B.C. and 500 B.C. respectively. Islam is India’s and the world’s second largest religion. There are 300,000 active mosques in India, more than in any other country, including the Muslim world…. Read more →

(frog)

the largest frog in the world is called Goliath frog.frog starts their lives AS EGG often laid in or near fresh water.frogs lives on all continents except Antarctica frogs belong to a group of animals called amphibians..

Inventions in India

Algebra, Trigonometry and Calculus are studies, which originated in India The ‘Place Value System’ and the ‘Decimal System’ were developed in India in 100 B.C. Chess was invented in India

Strange !! Strange!! Strange!!

Banana oil never came from a banana,it is made from petroleum. All the clocks in the movie Pulp Fiction are stuck on 4:20. In Singapore, it is illegal to sell or own chewing gum. All coffee is grown within 1,000 miles or the equator. Muhammad is the most common name in the world.

Did You Know That?

The name ‘India’ is derived from the River Indus, the valleys around which were the home of the early settlers. The Aryan worshipers referred to the river Indus as the Sindhu. The Persian invaders converted it into Hindu. The name ‘Hindustan’ combines Sindhu and Hindu and thus refers to the land of the Hindus. The world’s first university was established… Read more →

5 Facts To Know About India

India has the largest number of biomass gasifier systems in the world producing over 656 mega watts (MW) of power; and still has the potential of producing over 30000 mega watts of power. India has the largest number of news channel in the world. It is the fastest growing telecom market in the world and has the lowest call rates on earth…. Read more →

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