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Nepal’s Mustang is third best tourist destination across the world

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on December 25, 2012


mustang.jpg.570x570_q85Australia: Nepal’s trans Himalayan district, Mustang has succeeded to be the third best tourist destination across the world.

Of the best ten tourist destinations across the world, Mustang was picked for its untarnished natural beauty and scenarios by the Lonely Planet.

Tagged as “Little Tibet” and “The Last Forbiddent Kingdom”, the organisation said that one should visit Mustang before breathing his/her last breath on this planet.

The agency has said that though being a part of Nepal, the Mustang territory shares culture, language with Tibet and that its topography and climate has similarities. Read the rest of this entry »

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The World’s Most Livable Cities In 2012: Mercer Survey

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on December 6, 2012

AucklandComment: If our thinking always negative and we are always greedy we can not enjoy anywhere, so the most important thing to be happy and to spend enjoyable life is the way of thinking. Even in New York, Moscow, Sydney, Melbourne, Beijing, Geneva etc. etc lots of rich people are not happy. It does not mean that money and pace do not play any role to make people happy.

Looking for the world’s most livable city? According to the Mercer 2012 Quality of Living Survey, Europe may be your destination.

Though some parts of the region continue to be plagued by economic turmoil and political unrest, Europe dominated this year’s best-of list with eight of the report’s top 10 cities hailing from the region.

As CNN notes, the annual survey conducted by the global human resources consulting firm points to much of the the continent’s qualities.

“Overall, European cities continue to have high quality of living as a result of a combination of increased stability, rising living standards and advanced city infrastructures,” Slagin Parakatil, Senior Researcher at Mercer, told CNN. Read the rest of this entry »

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Karima El-Mahrough, ‘Ruby Heartbreaker,’ Steps Out In Vienna For Opera Ball (PHOTOS)

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on March 7, 2011

Do not give birth to any scandal.
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Quantum theory survives latest challenge

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on December 15, 2010

Since quantum mechanics was first formulated, a string of physicists including Albert Einstein have been

Putting Leggett's inequality to the test

uncomfortable with the idea of entanglement – whereby a group of quantum particles have a closer relationship than allowed by classical physics. As a result, some physicists have proposed alternative theories that allow such close relationships without the need for quantum mechanics. While it has been difficult to test these theories, researchers in the UK have used “twisted light” to make an important measurement that backs up quantum theory.

Quantum theory seems foreign to our everyday experience because it defies our idea of “realism” – the expectation that objects have definite properties whether we’re looking at them or not. Quantum theory also seems to call for entities that can instantly react to an event occurring elsewhere – apparently defying the principle of locality, which forbids communication faster than the speed of light.

These oddities were expressed mathematically by the physicist John Bell in his famous inequality. Bell showed that a particular combination of measurements performed on identically prepared pairs of particles would produce a numerical bound (or inequality) that is satisfied by all physical theories that obey realism and locality. He also showed, however, that this bound is violated by the predictions of quantum physics for entangled particle pairs. Read the rest of this entry »

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European Beard And Moustache Championship Kicks Off In Austria (PHOTOS)

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on October 8, 2010

I can be an audience and not a participant.
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