Exploded in the dream of vanity.. With extinguished temptation, Killing godly incentive inside me, THAT MAKES ME UNIQUE...
With eccentric frustration, Behind the scene,i live in there, Within biased favoritism,nurtured Nepotism, I'd better be in a cemetery,I wish, Rather in a graveyard,be cremeted in a funeral,Hearsed to a coffin...
THAT MAKES ME UNIQUE... From dingy,filthy,nasty,greasy,a escape i made To be far from unscrupulous intends.. Devious doers,sneaky purposes; And grafty invasions..
AND THAT MAKES ME UNIQUE... I've escaped,got out,from all these; Finally getting stuck to secondly trap.. Artificial false forgery making fake imitations, But,but i drifted away for the crucial; in search of a real being in ME.
AND THAT MAKES ME UNIQUE... Found me really trivial and petty, for entangled beliefs and truth,. I'M OUT...I QUIT........
DERMATOGLYPHICS: INA NUT-SHELL: You might have
heard these days that you can discover your child's 'innate' (in-born) characteristics
by using a software test called DMIT (Dermatoglyphics Multiple Intelligence
Test). This has become increasingly popular in the East Asian countries like
Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Taiwan, India, Nepal, etc. WHAT IS DERMATOGLYPHICS? Dermatoglyphics is the scientific analysis or study of finger
carvings or prints (from Latin derma: skin and glyph: carving. It is associated
with the branches of science like embryology, genetics, forensics, neurology
etc. It has its extensive use to distinguish between normal brain functioning
and disorders like schizophrenia, Down’s syndrome, etc. Originally, fingerprint
was firstly worked upon by Sir Francis Galton. But ‘Dr. Harold Cummins coined
the word and introduced scientific fingerprint analysis in America. Fingerprint
starts to form as early as 10th week of gestation when we…
India’s ‘MOM’ cheaper than the Hollywood movie ‘Gravity’ The Hollywood movie Avatar’s cost was around $300 m (official
$237 m). Movie gravity invested around $100m. But, the Indian Space Research
Organization (ISRO) led Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) was made success in just $
74 m. Can you believe that? Believe it or not, India has put its first
satellite in the orbit of Mars. ‘Mangalyaan’,
as it was called, is a Mars orbiting satellite. Despite several trivializing
objections from Western allies, political banging and low budget, the reality
is, with all its ‘indigenous’ technology, the mission was an overwhelming
success. It is sincerely the successful attempt by a non-western nation to have
made successful in its early first attempt. Launched on
5th November, 2013 by a launch vehicle called PSLV-C25 (Polar
satellite launch vehicle), from Sriharikota, Andra Pradesh, the ‘Mangalyaan’ successfully reached the
Mars orbit by several earth and space maneuvers. Other similar missi…
“Vis-à-vis with a scientist” -Dr. SAMEER MANI DIXIT (You may not very often sit tête-à-tête with research scientist like DR. SAMEER MANI DIXIT, working in the field of public health and biotechnology in Nepal. He has been in the research field for quite a year. Currently, he is the country director for CMDN (Centre for Molecular Dynamics Nepal). He has diligently undertaken the research responsibilities for Intrepid Nepal Pvt. Ltd and has been closely associated with the Ministry of Health and Population and the WHO programs. I had a sneaky opportunity of interviewing with him) EXCERPTS: 1.Please tell us something about your childhood and struggle days (if any) My childhood was normal, being raised in a good background and amongst famous names. I had my schooling at St. Xaviers, Jawalakhel and joined the College at St. Xaviers Campus, where I was the pioneer batch. Undergraduation was in USA and postgraduation was in Australia. I have double masters and PhD degrees. 2. How you got into…