Jokes-How Many Rabbits You Have?

Jokes-How Many Rabbits You Have?

Teacher: If I give you two rabbits and two rabbits and another two rabbits, how many rabbits have you got?
Johnny: Seven!

Rabbits Love Carrots-Jokes
Rabbits Love Carrots-Jokes

Teacher: No, listen carefully again. If I give you two rabbits and two rabbits and another two rabbits, how many rabbits have you got?
Johnny: Seven!

Teacher: Let’s try this another way. If I give you two apples and two apples and another two apples, how many apples have you got?
Johnny: Six.

Teacher: Good. Now if I give you two rabbits and two rabbits and another two rabbits, how many rabbits have you got?
Johnny: Seven!

Teacher: How on earth do you work out that three lots of two rabbits is seven?
Johnny: I’ve already got one rabbit at home now!

 

Funny Things-Reason for Being Opposed to War

Funny Things-Reason for Being Opposed to War

The social studies teacher had just finished a unit on war and peace.

Teacher: “How many of you, would say you’re opposed to war?”

Not surprisingly, all hands went up.

Teacher: “Who’ll give us the reason for being opposed to war?”

A large, bored-looking boy in the back of the room raised his hand.

Teacher: “Yes Johnny”

Johnny : “I hate war, because wars make history, and then some poor, innocent kid has to memorize all about it.”

 

Funny Things-Reply By a Developer When Code Didn’t Work

Funny Things-Reply By a Developer When Code Didn’t Work

Top 15 Replies by Software Developer when their code didn’t work:

  1. “That’s weird…”
  2. “It worked yesterday.”
  3. “How is that possible?”
  4. “It must be a hardware problem.”
  5. “There is something funky in your data.”
  6. “I haven’t touched that module in weeks!”
  7. “You must have the wrong version.”
  8. “I can’t test everything!”
  9. “THIS can’t be the source of THAT.”
  10. “It works, but it hasn’t been tested.”
  11. “Somebody must have changed my code.”
  12. “You can’t use that version on your system.”
  13. “Why do you want to do it that way?”
  14. “Where were you when the program blew up?”
  15. “I thought I fixed that.”

 

Wonderful Buildings Due For Completion in the World

Wonderful Buildings Due For Completion in the World

To define the level of development of construction from all over the world and to showcase the architect’s most wild design dreams, will see the inauguration of some of the world’s most amazing buildings.

Here is a list of some of the next few programs with some top growth.

1.Delanoe Tower by Swiss firm Herzog and De Meurón 

This 50-story building in Paris, France will be the first skyscraper. Also known as projectile triangle, the office and residential building will use solar and wind power.

This will overlook Paris from its southwest extreme in Paris de Versailles, which is already home to a large exhibition center. Mayor Bertrand Delano was able to eliminate the height of the buildings of Paris, less than 37 meters in height.

The tower is the first of six free-seels (high rise) projects launched by Mr. Delano. These are all in the “Extraordinary” designated areas on the outskirts of the city, some of which have been included in the subsidized housing to reduce the housing crisis of the capital.

2.London Olympic Complex

With the most major work done, only the final edge is left for the best game steps.

From the Olympic Stadium, where the design of the roof was inspired by human muscles, in the aquatic center of Zaha Hadid, with a dramatic, S-shaped roof, many buildings stand themselves in the form and form of the function.

As a collective group, the Olympic campus is really suitable for celebrating the world’s greatest athletes. The Olympic Park is made up of nine Olympic venues, which are listed below, as well as the Olympic Village. 2012 come, this place will be!

3.Tokyo Sky Tree  

Tokyo Sky Tree-Wonderful Buildings Due For Completion in the World
Tokyo Sky Tree-Wonderful Buildings Due For Completion in the World

Located in Sumida Ward, Tokyo, Japan, this 630 meter (2080 feet) structure is its largest artificial structure in Japan, and even before its completion it is the longest broadcast tower in the world. In July 2011, Japan closed all analog broadcasts for TV.

The Tokyo Sky Tree was built in large part to work as a digital broadcast antenna for the country. It will also include restaurants and observation decks and will work as a disaster prevention broadcast signal.

There will be curves in the entire tower, to represent a samurai sword and other blades of other facilities found in traditional Japanese architecture.

4.Marlins Stadium

Miami Marlin (formerly Florida Marlin) will play baseball in its new stadium starting in the 2012 season. In the case of baseball stadium, it is small, but this makes the building astonishing, with a dome-shaped retractable terrace and about 15,000 square feet retreatable transparent pan, which allows stadium-goer to see a wonderful view of vibrant Miami.

Is the skyline As the flair progresses, there will be two seawater tanks behind the house plate, which will show different forms of local marine life.

The stadium is designed to be a fantastic experience for a comfortable fan, which will not be related to the game.

5.Shard London Bridge Tower by Renzo Piano

Completed in May 2012, the Shard London Bridge will be the tallest building in the European Union.

Located in Southwark, London, 330 meters (1017 feet), the irregular triangle structure will be completely embedded in glass, which provides a different appearance in changing weather and weather by using an improved form of glazing.

Interesting Things- Does 0.99999 is Really Equal to 1

Interesting Things- Does 0.99999 is Really Equal to 1

Does 0.999 (repeated) equal “one”?  You might be surprised by the answer… which is “yes”.  I heard this on a couple of podcasts over the last few months, and I still find it hard to accept at face value.  However, I am now convinced and here’s several simple proofs that .99999 does indeed equal 1…

Method 1:

Let x = 0.9999…

Then 10x = 9.9999…

If we then subtract x from both sides of the equation, then:

10x – x = 9.9999… –  0.9999…

So, 9x = 9

Divide both sides of the equation by 9, and…

x = 1 … which, when we started, we said = 0.9999…

Method 2:

1/9 = 0.11111…

Multiply both sides of the equation by 9:

9 X 1/9 = 9 X 0.11111…

1 = 0.99999…

 

The Most Heritage Sites in The World

The Most Heritage Sites in The World

Notre Dame de Paris, France

Notre Dame is a World Heritage Site which is surrounded by history and has its French-Gothic architecture, natural-looking sculptures and beautifully stained glass windows.

It is considered one of the finest examples of French Gothic architecture in France and Europe.

Notre Dame De Paris-The Most Heritage Sites in The World
Notre Dame De Paris-The Most Heritage Sites in The World

Tikal – Guatemala

Tuckell is the largest Maya city during the “Classic era” 1000 years ago. It is located in the archaeological area of ​​the Peten Basin, which is now located in northern Guatemala.

Many beautiful buildings have been exposed and many research has been done. Among many Maya sites in Central America, Tikal is probably the most breathtaking, because of the impressive buildings that have been restored in the area, where many wild buildings are still surrounded by forest.

The sight of the temples opening through the canopy is terrible.

Alhambra, Spain

A royal palace on the border of Granada, Alhambra was once a residence of Moorish kings, but it is now one of the world’s largest open-sky museums of Islamic architecture and world heritage site.

Here the Royal Residential Quarters, the official room, and the bathroom, and a mosque, as well as a series of courtyards, surrounded by open archives, pillars and fountains within the complex of the fort.

Historic center of Saint Petersburg, Russia

The historic center of St. Petersburg is a city located on the banks of the Neva River in Russia.

St. Petersburg is also home to the Armitage, the largest art museum in the world.

Many foreign consulates, international corporations, banks and other businesses are located in St. Petersburg, under the reign of Peter the Great, the cultural and historical past of the city has been built in every piece of architecture with a world heritage site, in which monuments such as admiralty, winter Palace, marble palace and Hermitage are included.

Pyramid of Giza, Egypt

The Pyramid of Giza is the oldest and largest of the three pyramids in Giza Necpropolis; it remains largely between seven wonders of the ancient world.

The ancient capital includes pyramids of Khufu, pyramids of Khafare, pyramids of Manekair and Great Sphinx. The temptation of the pyramid can not be denied.

 

Vatican City, Italy

One of the most religious and beautiful cities on Earth, the Vatican City is actually a landlocked, independent city-state with a population of 900,000.

It is a Christian or holy-ruled-monarchy state, which is ruled by the Bishop of Rome – Pope. The most amazing sites inside the Vatican City are Apostolic Palace, the house of the Pope, which includes graffiti painted by Raphael’s rooms, Sistine Chapel and Michelangelo.

Rapa Nooyi, Easter Island

Easter Island is a Polynesian island in the South Pacific Ocean. It is famous for its 887 existing monumental statues, called Moya, which was made by the early people of Rapanui.

It is a World Heritage Site (as prescribed by UNESCO) with the most protected island in Rapana Nooyi National Park, the indigenous name of Easter Island, Rappa Nui is a volcanic, polynesian island that is seen by the huge stone Mao The important ancestors of each clan, who weigh hundreds of tonnes and increase by 60 feet, with idols today more than 3,000 People live on the island.

Jerusalem’s old city and its walls

The Old City is home to many places of main religious importance: the Temple Mount and its western wall for the Jews, the church of the Holy God for Christians and the dome of the rock and al-Aqsa mosque for the Muslims.

Today, the old city is broadly divided into the Muslim Quarter, Christian Quarter, Jewish Quarter and Armenian Quarter.

Boasting over 220 historical monuments – among them the wonderful 7th-century dome rock, The Welling Wall and the tomb of Christ, the Church of the Holy Sepular.

Chichen Itza, Mexico

Located in the north center of the Yuktan Peninsula is a large pre-Columbian archaeological site created by the Maya civilization, in Tinom town of Yucatán State, nowadays Mexico.

Maya name “Chichen Itza” means “It’s the mouth of the well.” This is the type of building you can imagine filling El Dorado with the lost gold.

Stonehenge, England

Stonehenge is a prehistoric monument located in the English country of Wiltshire. It is one of the most famous places in the world, which is made of earth work around a circular setting of large standing stones.

Archaeologists believe that the monument of the iconic stone stood around 2500 BC. The list of UNESCO’s list was included in the list of World Heritage Sites on and around the site. Stonehenge was prepared by a culture that did not leave any written records.

Many aspects of the Stonehenge are subject to debate. This plurality of theories, very colorful of them, is often called “the secret of the Stonehenge”.

Interesting Things-Life of Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam

Interesting Things-Life of Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam

Ajulic Pakir Jainulabidine Abdul Kalam is usually a Dr. APJ is known as Abdul Kalam, he was the 11th President of India, who worked from 2002 to 2007, he is one of the few presidents who touched the mind because they were popular during his presidency as a People’s President, he is highly respected as a scientist and an engineer in India.

For his work on the development of ballistic missile and space rocket technology, he is known as India’s Missile Man.

About 90 percent of the students in the country have extreme difficulties, impossible obstacles, and things to restore innumerable sacrifices.

But some of them do exceptionally well, their academic awards are so talented that sometimes the CVs are roaming.

And everyone acknowledges that this is the right education that makes them what it is today.

APJ Abdul Kalam-Interesting Things
APJ Abdul Kalam-Interesting Things

Several months ago, Dr. After completing an interview with APJ Kalam, and before leaving his Rajaji Marg residence, he repeated me these three words in the tone of the school teacher: perseverance, hard work and patience.

This, he said, was the only way to progress. Later, very later, I realized that these were words that they used to live through their lives.

They are both philosophical and practical, which are like the world they grew up as a boy in Rameswaram, the island town of South India.

His father, a submissive boat owner, Janulabidan, was a religious Muslim and was a close friend of the Rameshwaram Temple priest.

Kalam was brought into a multi-religious, tolerant society; With a progressive perspective, his father often used to quote from the Quran so that the young Kalam could see the world without fear.

He had seven brothers and sisters, and there was a marriage mate, who made chapati many times for Kalam, while others were given rice because Kalam would start at four o’clock in the morning and start at 11 o’clock in the evening.

His father was not educated, but he wanted Kalam to study. Kalam will wake up at 4 o’clock in the morning, and then go to the math class, which was taught by a teacher, who took only five students throughout the session; And before the class the bath was a situation that he had put all his students.

After the morning class, Kalam went around the city with his cousin Samsuddin, newspaper delivery, since there was no electricity in the city, so that kerosene lamps were burned at his house between 7 a.m. and 9 p.m.

But because Kalam used to study till 11, his mother could save something for later use.

Being a bright student, Kalam always had the support of his school teacher. Iyadurai Solomon of Schwarzet High School told Kalam that if he really wants something really, he will get it.

Dr. Kalam said, “It made me fearless.” And outside the school, Ahmed Jalaluddin, who later became his brother, and Samsuddin, encouraged Kalam to admire the wonders of nature.

So once, while growing, it was a practical way of looking at the religious and the world.

He was a boy, because the flight of birds had fascinated him, but after many years he realized that he wanted to fly the plane, after the school was over, he took physics at St. Joseph’s College, Trichy, but towards the end Was dissatisfied. When he discovered aeronautical engineering, he regretted that three precious years have been lost.

But in his college years he was delighted to discover Leo Tolstoy, Thomas Hardy and F. Scott Fitzgerald and other English poets.

At the Madras Institute of Technology (MIT), Chennai, where Kalam studied Aeronautics, he learned an important lesson: The value of time he was leading a project on system design, when the principal one day to see his work Went to class.

They appeared dissatisfied and told Kalam that he wants the project to end in the next two days; Otherwise his scholarship assistance will be withdrawn. That unstable Kalam; The difficulties of your father will be zero in years. Kalam worked without food and sleep.

On the last day, his professor came to investigate his progress. He was impressed and said: “I was putting you in tension and asking you to complete a difficult timeframe,” said Dr. Kalam.

Although Kalam has led many projects in his professional life, his treatment is like his last days. That was his passion.

No wonder, he has always led the projects, explained his successor, Maj Gen R Swaminathan, as a leader, to explain the success of Kalam. “He has this unique ability to be a master and a worker.

He can easily take on any role.”

When Dr. Kalam’s first major project, SLV3-had failed for the first time, it was almost scattering. Apart from this, Kalal’s childhood consultant, Jallaluddin, died around this time.

Dr. Kalam said, “One part of my life died too …” but he never thought of leaving after SLV-3, “I knew that we had to work hard for success.” And therefore, the SLV-3 was resumed, this time with success, they were able to tide with their professional shocks from philosophy, religion and literat

Interesting Things- Facts About Indian Infrastructure

Interesting Things- Facts About Indian Infrastructure

The Busiest Bridge in India 

Howrah Bridge (also called Rabindra Setu) on the Hooghly river in West Bengal is the busiest bridge in India.

Howrah Bridge is a famous landmark of Kolkata.

It has a weight of daily traffic of approximately 150,000 vehicles and the weight of 4,00,000 pedestrians.

Howrah Bridge is a cantilever bridge bridge, which is constructed entirely by riveting without nuts or bolts.

Howrah Bridge was started in 1937 and the bridge was opened for traffic in February 1943. The bridge has a central period of 1500 feet between the centers of the main towers.

It has an anchor hand of 325 feet each, and each 468 feet cantilever bayer. Suspended period of bridge is 564 feet.

Howrah Bridge in Kolkata-Interesting Things
Howrah Bridge in Kolkata-Interesting Things

Highest Airports in India

Leh Airport is the largest airport in India; in fact it is the world’s largest commercial airport.

Leh Airport is located at an altitude of about 3000 meters. The name of the airport has been changed after the spiritual leader of the Ladakh region, Kashak Bakola. Koshak Bakola also worked as the ambassador of India in Mongolia.

Leh is a district located in the Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir state. Its average elevation is 3650 meters in Leh, temperature ranges from -30 ° C to 40 degree Celsius in summer.

Leh is a popular tourist destination. Leh is the center of Tibetan-Buddhist culture and is dotted with many colorful gompa.

Highest Dam in India

On the Bhagirathi river, Tehri dam is the highest dam in India. Tehri Dam is the sixth highest dam in the world, with an altitude of 261 meters.

Tehri Dam is the main dam of the Tehri Hydro project, a major power project located in Uttarakhand state.

The estimated capacity of the dam includes 2400 MW power generation capacity, irrigation is stable in the 6,000 sq. Km area and 270 million gallons of drinking water is available in Delhi and Uttar Pradesh in Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand.

Tehri Dam was sanctioned in 1972 and its construction started in 1978. Due to environmental reasons the dam was in dispute. On completion, the main dam will produce 2000 MW of electricity.

Another small dam in Koteshwar 14 km Below it will produce 400 MW of power.

Largest canal in India

Indira Gandhi Canal is the largest canal in India. The canal is 650 km long and starts from Harik Barrage, a few kilometers below the confluence of Sutlej and twenty rivers of Punjab.

It flows through Punjab, Haryana and Rajasthan, in which the canal which flows from Rajasthan is the main length. The canal ends with Jaisalmer in Rajasthan. Construction of Indira Gandhi canal was started in 1958.

The main purpose behind the construction of the canal is to change the agricultural productive sector in the area of ​​farming from the Thar Desert.

The canal was first known as the Rajasthan Canal and its name was changed in 1984. Indira Gandhi uses water from the canal Pong dam.

Largest Reservoir in India

Indira Sagar Dam on Narmada river is the largest reservoir in India, in which 9.3 sq km is completely submerged.

With a slightly curved alignment of radius of 880 meters along the Narmada river near Narmada town of Vikas block of Khandwa district of Madhya Pradesh, it is proposed to be 92 meters high and 653 meters tall.

Indira Sagar Dam will have a gross storage of 12.22 BM3 and live storage of 9 .75 BM3. Indira Sagar Dam has an installed capacity of 1000 MW and annual irrigation of 2.65 lakh hectare.

The total drainage area is 61642 square kilometers at the proposed dam site of Indira Sagar project on CCA of 1.23 lakh O.

The Longest Dam in India

Hirakud dam built on Mahanadi river is the longest dam in India. The total length of the main dam is 4.8 km, and the total length is 25.8 km.

The dam and the dike joins. This dam is about 15 km of Sambalpur town in the state of Orissa and the first post of independence major multipurpose river valley project in India.

The dam is irrigated in 436000 hectares of CCA in Mahanadi delta and it has installed capacity of 307.5 MW. Hirakud dam is a composite structure of earth, concrete and masonry, Hirakud Dam 8000 square kilometers (32200 square miles) hide the gardens of Mahanadi.

It has a reservoir which is 743 sq. Km at the entire reservoir level and storage of reservoirs is 5818 m. , While the total is 8136 M co.

Longest Railway Bridge in India

Nehru Setu Bridge near Dehri near Nehru river is the longest railway bridge in India. The bridge is near Sasaram on the Kolkata-Delhi line, it is 3.065 km long and has 93 spaces of 30.5 meters each.

Naranarayana Setu Bridge on Brahmaputra next to the Nehru Sect. Link to Panchamatna (Assam) from the Jogchhopa bridge, its total length is 2.3 km and it has 18 spans, about 2 meters long, about 20 meters each, 30.5 meters 2 spans, the bridge over the Ganges near Patna is 2 km long.

Longest Railway Platform in India

The platform of Kharagpur railway station is the longest railway platform in India. The length of the Kharagpur railway platform is 1072.5 meters, the platform was originally 716 meters long.

This length has been increased twice, once to 833 meters and its current length. Except for the subway platforms (the longest one in the Chicago subway), Kharagpur is the world’s longest railway platform.

Kharagpur is located in West Midnapore West district of the state of West Bengal. It is famous as the place where the first Indian Institute of Technology was established. Kharagpur is one of India’s largest railway workshops.

The Longest River Bridge in India

In Patna, Mahatma Gandhi Setu Bridge is the longest river bridge in the world on the Ganges river. On the north side, the bridge stretches 5.575 kilometers from Hajipur to Patna on the south end.

Patna is situated on the south bank of river Ganga. Patna has a very long river line, and it is surrounded by the banks of Ganga, Sona and Punun river. Gandak river flows across the river Ganges in the north of Patna.

Patna is a historic city and is an important pilgrim center for the Sikhs, Buddhists and Jains. Five Sikh frames in Patna – Takht is one of Patna Sahib’s.

Buddhist and Jain pilgrimage sites are all around Vaishali, Rajgir or Rajgarh, Nalanda, Bodh Gaya and Pappuri. This is the ideal gateway for all the locations of the circuit.

The Longest Sea Bridge in India

The Pamban Bridge is the longest bridge in India, also known as the Anni Indira Gandhi Bridge. A 2.3 km long bridge on the Palk Strait connects Rameswaram Island to the mainland India.

The railway bridge is known for its unique opening so that ships can pass through the sea. The bridge was opened for traffic in 1914. The bridge has a vertical lift section, which is still working well.

There are meter gauge trains on this, however, Indian Railways is upgrading it to carry extensive gauge trains. The scenery surrounding the bridge is breathtaking. The view of the terrain of the islands situated on the far side of the sea and the island of Pamban is very good.

Longest Spanish Cantilever Bridge in India

The Jadukata Bridge is located in the Jharkata river, located in the Ranikor of the Khasi Hills district of Meghalaya, the longest sport Cantilever Bridge in India. The center of the bridge is 140 meters.

Mausiniram Balat, located on the Maheshkhola Road, is situated 130 km from Shulong, the capital of Meghalaya. The Jadukata Bridge is near the Indo-Bangladesh border and makes important links on an important road in this border state.

This bridge was constructed by Gaman India Limited, Mumbai. The total cost of the bridge was approximately 10 million. Jaduakata Bridge won the ICI MC Bokayi award for excellent concrete structures.

Tallest Bridge in India

Pannavadhi Bridge on Panewal river in Ratnagiri district of Maharashtra is currently the largest bridge in India.

The highest elevation of the bridge is 64 meters above the bed level and the bridge length is 424 meters. This bridge was built for the Konkan Railway and it was the first bridge built in India, in which incremental launching technology was used.

The bridge superstructure has a single-cell continuous preset concrete box girder with two intermediate 40m spans and two ends of 30 meters each. On this basis, the hollow octagonal reinforced concrete peer rests on the open foundation. In 1995, the bridge got the best concrete structure in the India award from the American Concrete Institute. However, soon this bridge will lose its prestigious title of being the largest bridge in India.

Konkan Railway is currently laying a railway line between Katra and Lao in Jammu and Kashmir. There will be two bridges in the railway line, which will be longer than the Pannavalandi bridge. An elevation of 359 meters will be above the river Chenab, while another 189 meters high will be on Anji Khad.

Interesting Things – An Indian Returning From Abroad

Interesting Things – An Indian Returning From Abroad

Top 21 things an Indian does after returning from abroad

Interesting Things – An Indian Returning From Abroad
Interesting Things – An Indian Returning From Abroad
  1. Tries to use credit card in road side hotel.
  2. Drinks and carries mineral water and always speaks of health conscious.
  3. Sprays deo such so that he doesn’t need to take bath.
  4. Sneezes and says ‘Excuse me’.
  5. Says “Hey” instead of  “Hi”.
    says “Yogurt” instead says “Curds”.
    Says “Cab” instead of “Taxi”.
    Says “Candy” instead of “Chocolate”.
    Says “Cookie” instead of “Biscuit”.
    Says “Free Way” instead of “Highway”.
    Says “got to go” instead of “Have to go”.
    Says “Oh” instead of “Zero”, (for 704, says Seven Oh Four Instead of Seven Zero Four)
  6. Doesn’t forget to crib about air pollution. Keeps cribbing every time he steps out.
  7. Says all the distances in Miles (Not in Kilo Meters), and counts in Millions. (Not in Lakhs)
  8. Tries to figure all the prices in Dollars as far as possible (but deep down the heart multiplies by 45 times).
  9. Tries to see the % of fat on the cover of a milk pocket.
  10. When need to say Z (zed), never says Z (Zed), repeats “Zee” several times, if the other person unable to get, then says X, Y Zee(but never says Zed)
  11. Writes date as MM/DD/YYYY, on watching traditional DD/MM/YYYY, says “Oh! British Style!!!!”
  12. Makes fun of Indian Standard Time and Indian Road Conditions.
  13. Even after 2 months, complaints about “Jet Lag”.
  14. Avoids eating more chili (hot) stuff.
  15. Tries to drink “Diet Coke”, instead of Normal Coke.
  16. Tries to complain about any thing in India as if he is experiencing it for the first time.
  17. Pronounces “schedule” as “skejule”, and “module” as “mojule”.
  18. Looks speciously towards Hotel Dhaba food.

Few more important

  1. From the luggage bag, does not remove the stickers of Airways by which he traveled back to India, even after 4 months of arrival.
  2. Takes the cabin luggage bag to short visits in India, tries to roll the bag on Indian Roads.

Ultimate one

  1. Tries to begin conversation with “In US ….” or “When I was in US…”