Wednesday, 12 August 2015

Wednesday, 8 April 2015

18 Funny Facts About Engineers : [ALL MUST READ THIS]

1. For engineers every course apart from engineering is easy.
2. An engineer has the power of getting up at 9.25 am and reaching the class at 9.30 am.
3. T-shirt and jeans are engineer's national dress and Maggi is the national food.
4. A normal person will fix the broken things but an engineer will first break a thing and then he would fix it.
5. An engineer can build a car, spaceship and they even can make time machine. However, he just cant? build a relationship with a girl.
6. An engineer doesn't care for the rise in price of petrol or gold but he gets mad when cigarette costs Rs.5.50 instead of 5.20.
7. An engineer loves to solve a problem. If there is no problem, then he will create one and would start solving it.
8. An engineer can derive any relation just give them the final expression.
9. Are you made of copper(CU) and tellurium(TE), because you?re CUTE. This is how engineers flirt.
10. An engineers?s worst nightmare is teacher taking the class but not taking the attendance.
11. An engineer can finish his syllabus in one night.
12. An Engineer knows nothing, but only an Engineer knows this.
13. An Engineer will never sleep in night and will never wake up in morning.
14. An Engineer is the most innocent person in front of his parents.
15. Never argue with an engineer because arguing with Engineers is like killing the mosquito on your cheek, you might or might not kill it, but youll? end up slapping yourself.
16. The most common dialogue on the opening day of an engineering college is, ?Bhai, iss saal bhi koi khaas ladkiya nahi hain!?
17. No one can speak better English than an engineer who is having a bottle of beer in his hand.
18. There is always a hidden folder in engineer's laptop..

ICC CRICKET WORLD CUP 2015 QUESTIONS WITH ANSWERS


(1) The 2015 Cricket World Cup was jointly hosted by? - Australia and New Zealand
(2) How many teams participated in the tournament? - Fourteen teams
(3) Total how many venues were there for the 2015 Cricket World Cup? - 14
(4) When was the first and last time Australia and New Zealand jointly hosted the Cricket World Cup? - 1992
(5) Who was the Ambassador of the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup? - Sachin Tendulkar
(6) Which ground hosted the final match of the tournament? - Melbourne Cricket Ground, Australia
(7) Which team lifted the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup? - Australia
(8) The final match was played between Australia and? - New Zealand
(9) Who was the leading run scorer (547 runs) of the Cricket world cup 2015? - Martin Guptill
10) Who scored the highest individual score of Cricket world cup 2015? - Martin Guptill (237 Runs)
(11) Which player had the highest average of Cricket world cup 2015? - Kumar Sangakkara (108.2)
(12) Which player scored the most number of 100s in Cricket world cup 2015? - Kumar Sangakkara (Four)
(13) Which players took the most number of wickets in Cricket world cup 2015? - Mitchell Starc and Trent Boult (22 wickets each)
(14) Who took the most number of wickets in a single innings ofCricket world cup 2015? - Timothy Southee (7/33 against England)
(15) Name the two players who scored double century in Cricket world cup 2015? - Martin Guptill and Chris Gayle
(16) Which is the only test playing nation that did not qualified for quarter finals? - England
(17) Who was named the player of the Tournament? - Mitchell Starc
(18) Name the two players who took a hat-trick in the World Cup 2015? - Steve Finn and JP Duminy
(19) Who scored the fastest World Cup fifty in 18 balls during this edition? - McCullum
(20) Who hit the fastest 150 in ODIs (in 64 balls) during this edition of World Cup? - AB de Villiers
(21) Which team defeated India in the Semi Finals of Cricket world cup 2015? - Australia
2(2) Who became the first Indian to score a World Cup century against Pakistan during this edition? - Virat Kohli
(24) Who was named the Man of the Match in the final of Cricket world cup 2015? - James Faulkner
(25) Who captained Australia in the Cricket world cup 2015? - Michael Clarke

Tuesday, 7 April 2015

15 Uses of the Tooth Paste that you Never Know.

1) Pimples. 
Reduce redness and the size of your pimples with a dab of toothpaste. Let it sit overnight, then rinse away in the morning for a noticeable difference.
2) Brittle fingernails. 
Since our nails are made of the same enamel as teeth, toothpaste can do a lot to help them. Simply give your nails a good scrub with some toothpaste for cleaner, shinier, stronger nails. You'll also get that dirt out from underneath them in no time!
3) Fly-away hair. 
A gel toothpaste is largely made with the same ingredients as basic hair gels, so you'll be able to substitute easily here. Just use a little dab and apply like a hair gel when needed.
4) Bites, sores, and blisters. 
Apply toothpaste to areas of skin irritation to reduce itching, swelling, and irritation. Toothpaste will dry them up quickly and help them heal faster.
5) Burns. 
For minor burns with no open sores, a quick toothpaste application can give you instant relief. The cooling properties get to work right away, relieving that painful sting. In the long-term, toothpaste will keep the burn from becoming a painful, oozing blister.
6) Bruises. 
For large bruises that take forever to fade, use a little toothpaste and a wide-tooth comb. Apply the toothpaste and gently comb the bruise in one direction to break up the blood clotting beneath the skin. Toothpaste helps with circulation and fights off the inflammation.
7) Jewelry cleaner. 
Before you pay for someone else to clean it, rub toothpaste onto your silver jewelry and leave it overnight, the wipe it clean with a soft cloth. Give a light scrubbing to your diamonds to see them sparkle again, just be sure to rinse thoroughly. Avoid using toothpaste on pearls.
8) Show care. 
Scuffed or dirty shoes can look new again with a little toothpaste. Apply it directly to the dull, dirty, or scuffed parts of the shoe, scrub with a brush, and wipe them clean. Ta-da!
9) Clothing stains. 
Tough stains will disappear with a little toothpaste and some brisk scrubbing. Squeeze it right on the stain and rub until it disappears, then wash as normal. If using whitening toothpaste, be advised that this can have a bleaching effect on some colors and fabrics.
10) Computer cleaner. 
Scrub away fingerprints from your keyboard with a white, baking soda-based toothpaste. Follow up with a damp cloth and your keys are good as new!
11) Iron cleaner. 
Take away the "crusties" from the bottom of your clothes iron with a quick toothpaste rinse. Just be sure to remove all the toothpaste before you start ironing again.
12) Baby bottles. 
To freshen up baby bottles and remove that sour-milk smell, put some toothpaste on your bottle scrubber and give them a quick wash. Always rinse them very well afterwards.
13) Piano keys. 
Like computer keys, piano keys get grubby with repeated use from the dirt, oil, and grime on our fingertips. Use a damp cloth and some toothpaste to rub down the keys, then wipe them clean with a dry cloth.
14) Crayon stains. 
Undo your kids' damage to the walls with a damp cloth and some toothpaste. Rub it in gentle circles and watch the crayon fade away.
15) Odor removal.
After cooking with "stinky" foods in the kitchen (fish, garlic, onions, etc.), getting the smell out of the skin is a challenge. Wash your hands thoroughly with water and toothpaste for a quick and easy remedy.
Must share this usefull ideas with everyone.

TOP 10 Popular Websites And Their LAUNCH YEAR

1. Google : Sept 4, 1998
2. Facebook : Feb 4, 2004
3.YouTube : Feb 14, 2005
4. Yahoo ! : March 1994
5. Baidu : Jan 1, 2000
6. Wikipedia : Jan 15, 2001
7. Windows Live : Nov 1, 2005

CURRENCY ******

1. Rupee : India, Nepal, Srilanka, Pakistan
2. Dollar : u.s.a, canada, singapore, ecuador, australia, honkong, taiwan, newzealand, t&t
3. Euro : france, germany, italy, austria, belgium, cyprus, netherland, portugal, spain, vatican city
4. Pound : u.k, egypt, sudan
5. rial: iran, qutar, saudi arab, yemen, omen, combodia
6. Dinar : Algeria, iraq, kuwait, tunisia
7. Peso : Phillipines, argentina, chile, cuba, mexico,uruguay
8. Franc : cameroon, switzerland
9. Ruble : Russia, Belarus

VERY VERY USEFUL SHORT FORMS

1.) GOOGLE : Global Organization Of Oriented Group Language Of Earth .(unofficial)
2.) YAHOO : Yet Another Hierarchical Officious Oracle .
3.) WINDOW : Wide Interactive Network Development for Office work Solution
4.) COMPUTER : Common Oriented Machine Particularly United and used under Technical and Educational Research.
5.) VIRUS : Vital Information Resources Under Siege .
6.) UMTS : Universal Mobile Telecommunications System .
7.) AMOLED: Active-matrix organic light-emitting diode
8.) OLED : Organic light-emitting diode
9.) IMEI: International Mobile Equipment Identity .
10.) ESN: Electronic Serial Number .
11.) UPS: uninterruptiblepower supply .
12). HDMI: High-DefinitionMultimedia Interface
13.) VPN: virtual private network
14.) APN: Access Point Name
15.) SIM: Subscriber Identity Module
16.) LED: Light emitting diode.
17.) DLNA: Digital Living Network Alliance
18.) RAM: Random access memory.
19.) ROM: Read only memory.
20) VGA: Video Graphics Array
21) QVGA: Quarter Video Graphics Array
22) WVGA: Wide video graphics array.
23) WXGA: Widescreen Extended Graphics Array
24) USB: Universal serial Bus
25) WLAN: Wireless Local Area Network
26.) PPI: Pixels Per Inch
27.) LCD: Liquid Crystal Display.
28.) HSDPA: High speed down-link packet access.
29.) HSUPA: High-Speed Uplink Packet Access
30.) HSPA: High Speed Packet Access
31.) GPRS: General Packet Radio Service
32.) EDGE: Enhanced Data Rates for Global Evolution
33.)NFC: Near field communication
34.) OTG: on-the-go
35.) S-LCD: Super Liquid Crystal Display
36.) O.S: Operating system.
37.) SNS: Social network service
38.) H.S: HOTSPOT
39.) P.O.I: point of interest
40.)GPS: Global Positioning System
41.)DVD: Digital Video Disk / digital versatile disc
42.)DTP: Desk top publishing.
43.) DNSE: Digital natural sound engine .
44.) OVI: Ohio Video Intranet
45.)CDMA: Code Division Multiple Access
46.) WCDMA: Wide-band Code Division Multiple Access
47.)GSM: Global System for Mobile Communications
48.)WI-FI: Wireless Fidelity
49.) DIVX: Digital internet video access.
50.) .APK: authenticated public key.
51.) J2ME: java 2 micro edition
53.) DELL: Digital electronic link library.
54.)ACER: Acquisition Collaboration ExperimentationReflection
55.)RSS: Really simple syndication
56.) TFT: thin film transistor
57.) AMR: Adaptive Multi- Rate
58.) MPEG: moving pictures experts group
59.)IVRS: Interactive Voice Response System
60.) HP: Hewlett Packard