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Attempt to jam Russian satellites carried out from Western Ukraine

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on March 15, 2014

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RT: An attempted radio-electronic attack on Russian television satellites from the territory of Western Ukraine has been recorded by the Ministry of Communications. It comes days after Ukraine blocked Russian TV channels, a move criticized by the OSCE.

The ministry noted that “people who make such decisions” to attack Russian satellites that retransmit TV signals, “should think about the consequences,” Ria reports. The ministry did not share any details of the attack. Read the rest of this entry »

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Petraeus mistress reveals real motive behind Benghazi attack (VIDEO)

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on November 13, 2012

The fallout from former CIA head David Petraeus’ resignation might be more significant than first thought: as all eyes turn to the ex-intelligence chief’s mistress, it’s apparent that she may have been privy to what really happened in Benghazi.

Two months after the storming of an US consulate in Benghazi, questions remain largely unanswered about both how and why insurgents entered the facility on September 11 and executed Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans. The discussion became a heated issue on the campaign trail leading up to Election Day, and conflicting accounts from the White House, State Department and Congress all led to a mess of confusion that has only further spun out of control following the unexpected stepping down of Petraeus on Friday.

In the immediate aftermath of the CIA chief’s resignation, skeptics quickly suggested that there was more to the story, especially given Petraeus’ role as head of the country’s intelligence agency and the relatively unscathing extramarital affair that he rightfully admitted to in citing his departure from office. As journalists and investigators tried to dig deep for info on the alleged mistress, Petraeus biographer Paula Broadwell, as expected the story took a drastic turn by Sunday when it was revealed that she may have been briefed on the truth of the Benghazi scandal while the rest of the country claws for answers. Read the rest of this entry »

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Facebook Upshot: Buddha’s Country Nepal is the Most Popular

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on March 7, 2012

Ram Kumar Shrestha commented on a link.
The Buddha is revered as a Messenger of Peace. He is also known as the Light of Asia who is actually the Light of the world as his message of peace and nonviolence has become more relevant as the world is facing the problems of violence today. The world today has become more violent than ever before. Hence his messages more and more relevant in the present world. As he was born in Nepal, Nepal is the Greatest country in the world.
Popular Country – Nepal
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Please vote for Nepal. Help rank this country higher in Popular Country ranking.
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People and Power – Nepal’s lost circus children

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on September 8, 2011

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London Riots: 450 Arrested, 44 Police Officers Injured, Man Shot And Emergency Services Attacked, Says Deputy Mayor Of London

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on August 9, 2011


UK parliament will take bold decision on Thursday. Lots of clips available here: http://ram­­kshrestha­.­wordpres­s.­com/201­1/0­8/08/f­resh­-vide­o-of-­lond­on-rio­ts-­crowd-s­tr­eet-ramp­a­ge/.
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Sudan Flogging Video Sparks Outrage (GRAPHIC VIDEO)

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on December 13, 2010


God! So cruel. Why the other people could not stop the police?
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