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Celebration of Deepavali

>> Oct 23, 2008

Diwali is festival of lights.
we have few days to deepavali, All Malls are decorated with nightlights and mega shopping malls have colored and decorated their interiors with lamps.we usually celebrate diwali with sweets n crackers but no one think of demerits of crackers.

  • Crackers emit smoke and harmful chemicals to atmosphere
  • Crackers are mainly developed my small scale industries they illegally make use of child labour.poor children are affected by various diseases they are lack of safety.
  • They make a loud noise when fired this produce noise pollution. several people report hearing problems even animals are sent into frenzy by noise.

Instead of Polluting our atmosphere we can spend the crackers amount into various useful ways
such as giving sweets and clothes to orphan,Disabled people.

There are more people in our world not even have proper food and shelter,so on a good day if u spend some money to poor people i think it ll be good then firing crackers.

Kindly spare your valuable time and money with orphan children.



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When one door of happiness closes, another opens;
but often we look at closed one that we do not see
the one which has opened to us


All 'bout the climate!

>> Oct 21, 2008

Hi, peeps. The weather out here is awesome. Its drizzling from the morning for five hours and the climate is really cool. The sky is dark and the usually 'sunny' sun is not at its best. Its some of the days that we get to have a climate like this, especially in this part of world.
I'd love to have a climate like this throughout the year.

Whether this weather will be like this or will it wither away? pleading

[Well... the word pun is intended and created by meclapping big]
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Be Proud to be an Indian!!

India 's first space craft to Moon,3.84lakh km away.
India is the Nation to spend a spacecraft to moon.

The unmanned Chandrayaan 1 spacecraft blasted off smoothly from a launch pad in southern Andhra Pradesh to embark on a two-year mission of exploration.

The robotic probe will orbit the Moon, compiling a 3-D atlas of the lunar surface and mapping the distribution of elements and minerals.

The launch is regarded as a major step for India as it seeks to keep pace with other space-faring nations in Asia.

It was greeted with applause by scientists gathered at the site.

The BBC's Sanjoy Majumder in Delhi says there has been a lot of excitement about the event, which was broadcast live on national TV.

Competitive mission

One key objective will be to search for surface or sub-surface water-ice on the Moon, especially at the poles.

It will also be able detect Helium 3, an isotope which is rare on Earth, but is sought to power nuclear fusion and could be a valuable source of energy in future.

Powered by a single solar panel generating about 700 Watts, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) probe carries five Indian-built instruments and six that are foreign-built.

The mission is expected to cost 3.8bn rupees (£45m; $78m).

Infographic (BBC)
1 - Chandrayaan Energetic Neutral Analyzer (CENA)
2 - Moon Impact Probe (MIP)
3 - Radiation Dose Monitor (RADOM)
4 - Terrain Mapping Camera (TMC)
5 - Moon Mineralogy Mapper (M3)
6 - Chandrayaan 1 X-ray Spectrometer (C1XS)
7 - Solar Panel

The Indian experiments include a 30kg probe that will be released from the mothership to slam into the lunar surface.

The Moon Impact Probe (MIP) will record video footage on the way down and measure the composition of the Moon's tenuous atmosphere.

"Chandrayaan has a very competitive set of instruments... it will certainly do good science," said Barry Kellett, project scientist on the C1XS instrument, which was built at the Rutherford-Appleton Laboratory in the UK.

C1XS will map the abundance of different elements in the lunar crust to help answer key questions about the origin and evolution of Earth's only natural satellite.

Researchers say the relative abundances of magnesium and iron in lunar rocks could help confirm whether the Moon was once covered by a molten, magma ocean.

"The iron should have sunk [in the magma ocean], whereas the magnesium should have floated," Mr Kellett told BBC News.

"The ratio of magnesium to iron for the whole Moon tells you to what extent the Moon melted and what it did after it formed."

The instrument will look for more unusual elements on the Moon's surface, such as titanium. This metallic element has been found in lunar meteorites, but scientists know little about its distribution in the lunar crust.

Chandrayaan will also investigate the differences between the Moon's near side and its far side. The far side is both more heavily cratered and different in composition to the one facing Earth.

Infographic (BBC)

The Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) rocket will loft Chandrayaan into an elliptical "transfer orbit" around Earth.

The probe will later carry out a series of engine burns to set it on a lunar trajectory.

The spacecraft coasts for about five-and-a-half days before firing the engine to slow its velocity such that it is captured by the Moon's gravity.

India, China, Japan and South Korea all have eyes on a share of the commercial satellite launch business and see their space programmes as an important symbol of international stature and economic development.


Hurray!! TehNewz crosses 1K visits!!

>> Oct 17, 2008

I'm very happy that my blogging venture has been a fantastic ride till now. Within the months after the commencement of the blog, it has crossed two milestones!!

One: TehNewz has been indexed by the Google Search Engine and it has a Page Rank of Zero.
Two: TehNewz has drawn many visitors since its opening and is officially crossing 1000 visits today!

Ain't those milestones demand party!! Yes, it's time to paaaarty. (:

Thanks for the support, people.
I assure it will continue to do well in the future and give more interesting Newz.




>> Oct 16, 2008

Here are some pictures to inspire you. Start the day with some great inspiring thoughts.(:

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"Cutout, female, 19 yrs." - strange?

>> Oct 15, 2008

A 19 year old girl from Virginia, USA has changed her name to Cutout!! Strange to hear?? Read on..

The former
Jennifer Thornburg — whose driver’s license now reads, Cutout wanted to do something to protest animal dissections in schools. A snapshot of her license is shown below:

Her new name is also the
Web address for an anti-dissection page of the site for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals(PETA), where she is interning.
The Asheville High School graduate who's working in Virginia said she began opposing dissections in middle school after a class assignment to cut up a chicken wing made her uncomfortable. She helped create a policy at her high school that allows students who object to dissections to complete an alternative assignment.

Despite her legally changing the name, she said most of her family members still call her Jennifer(and it will take time and that's obvious!!).

She said that she normally do have to repeat her name several times when she is introducing herself to someone new. Once they find out what her name is, they want to know more about what the Web site is about.
Exclusive interview with her can be found here.

Interesting isn't it? Now, what have you done for animals?


Goodbye Sourav Ganguly

>> Oct 13, 2008

Rapturous ganguly

Warrior Prince's announcement to retire from the International cricket has created a stir in the cricketing world. Before the commencement of the Bangaluru Test of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy, Sourav Ganguly addressed the media and called it quits.

Famous for his charging batting style and aggressive captaincy, he is one of the best cricketers that world has seen. 
Though his professional career has been marred by several issues, he set those aside and has managed to bring laurels to India. Being axed from the Indian Team a year ago, he worked on his way to the Indian side and made a splendid comeback to the team. 

Called affectionately as 'Dhadha' and 'Prince of Kolkatta' in the cricketing arena, his announcement has come as a great shock to his fan community. He is considered as one of the most successful captains of India.
Tasting Success
Given his poor performance in the recent times, he will not get a good time than this to announce his retirement! We have to console ourselves from the wordings "All good things have to come to an end"
Goodbye dhadha.

P.S: He will continue to entertain his fans in the IPL!!


Liver Transplant for 7 months child

>> Oct 10, 2008

THURSDAY, October 9, - In a unique surgery of its kind, Indian doctors at the Apollo Indraprastha Hospital in New Delhi have performed a successful liver transplant on a 7-month-old child.

Sivojit Paul was born with a condition called biliary atresia. In this condition there are no connections between the liver and the intestine. Therefore bile is not excreted and this can lead to a fatal condition. The only way out is to perform a liver transplant.

Sivojit, who is based in Kolkata, came to New Delhi two months ago with severe jaundice after a surgery to connect the liver and intestine failed in a Kolkata hospital. His mother Munmun Paul told reporters they were referred to Delhi by the Kolkata doctors.

Doctors at Apollo said they could not afford to wait because the child's condition was rapidly deteriorating. Generally liver transplants are not attempted until one year of age.

gastroenterologist Dr Anupam Sibal and his team found Sivojit's father Indranil Paul to be a fit donor. A part of his liver was taken to be transplanted into his son.

Biliary atresia is not a common condition. Only 1 out of 12,000 babies suffer from this condition, which cannot be treated unless a liver transplant is performed.

While doctors expect Sivojit to make a complete recovery and lead a normal life; he still has to take anti-rejection medicines all his life.


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