सम्पूर्ण नेपाली दाजु भाई तथा दिदी बहिनी हरुमा नया बर्ष २०६५ को सुखद उपलक्ष्यमा यो समुन्द्रपार को देश (परदेशबाट) सुख शान्ती समृधी एवम उत्तरोत्तर प्रगती को हार्दिक मंगलमय शुभ-कामना ब्यक्त गर्दछु ।
Today is my blog’s (Pardesh Baata) birthday. It’s been one year since I started this site last year on the occassion of nepalease new year. And with this opportunity, I would like to thank to all my blog readers, visitors, relatives and friends, who always supports and gave good suggestions on blogging to encourage me . But unable to update it regularly, so sorry u all……. 🙂
In gratitude, I have got 56650 visitors till today (from April 14, 2007). The highest no. of visitors 628 on Thursday, April 3, 2008 when i’m in rest period. Any way…… All you have to do is write a comment on this birthday post : My all times Top post till today is:
Mobile phones could kill far more people than smoking or asbestos, a study by an award-winning cancer expert has concluded. He says people should avoid using them wherever possible and that governments and the mobile phone industry must take “immediate steps” to reduce exposure to their radiation.
Imagine buying a cellfone, signing up for a data plan, and never having to walk near a wall charger again. With this generic new touchscreen cellfone from China, now you can. With a 3-inch touchscreen, a 1.3-megapixel camera, four built-in speakers, dual-SIM card support, and a whopping 2-year long manufacturer-rated battery life, this just might prove to be “the last cellfone you’ll ever need.” It also has Bluetooth, an MP3 player, an e-book reader and handwriting recognition in both the English and Chinese language. I think it’s about time the big players in the handset market came around and tried to find out just how China men manage to churn out cellfones like these. Just what do they fuel these phones with? Continue reading
For the past 20 years, researchers working for the Boston Retinal Implant Project have been developing a bionic eye implant that could restore sight for individuals who have age-related blindness.
The implant builds on the development of miniaturized electronics technology. A small chip is surgically implanted behind the retina at the back of the eyeball, and an ultra-thin wire strengthens the damaged optic nerve. The wire transmits light and images to the brain’s vision system for normal processing. Continue reading
Those frustratingly frantic searches for mislaid car keys or mobile phones could soon be a thing of the past.
Japanese scientists have invented a pair of intelligent glasses that remembers where people last saw their keys, handbag, iPod or mobile phone.
The spectacles – which come with a built in camera, display screen and computer brain – can even identify unfamiliar plants or faces. Continue reading
People all over the world are asked if they believed in God?
On this page you can vote for yes or no. It then shows a country by country breakdown of the results.