- During your lifetime, you will produce enough saliva to fill two swimming pools.
- Heart attacks are more likely to happen or a Monday.
- In 2015, more people were killed from injuries caused by taking a selfie than by shark attacks.
- Hitler’s mother considered abortion but doctor persuaded her to keep the baby.
- Arab women can initiate a divorce if their husbands don’t pour coffee for them.
- About 8,000 Americans are injured by musical instruments each year.
- Facebook, Skype, Twitter are all banned in China.
- The Pokemon Hifmonlee and Hitmoncho are based off of Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan.
By Palden Tamang
- You attract what you are, not what you want. If you want great, then be great.
- Difficult roads often lead to a beautiful destination.
- Work hard in silence, let success make the noise.
By Bhumika Parajuli
Questions and Answers:
- Which sea creature has three hearts? Octopus
- Which instrument has forty seven strings and seven pedals? Harp
- Water boils at 212 degrees on which temperature scale? Fahrenheit
- Whose face was said to have launched 1000 ships? Helen of Troy
- How many sides, in total would three triangles and three rectangles have? 21
The logic of word should yield to the logic of realities.
Good morning everyone, it’s me, Anushma Sainju from Grade 10 to tell short biography of Sir Isaac Newton.
Isaac Newton was born at Woolsthorpe near Grantham in Lincolnshire, England on 4 January, 1643. His father died before he was born and in 1645 his mother married a clergyman from North Welham in Leicestershire. She went to live with him while Isaac Newton lived with his grandmother. When her second husband died in 1656, Isaac’s mother returned to Woolsthorpe and Isaac Newton went to live with her again.
From the age of 12 to 14 Isaac Newton went to Grantham Grammar School. Then in 1659, Isaac had to leave to help his mother on the family farm. In 1660, he went to Grammar School again. In 1661, he went to Trinity College, Cambridge. Isaac Newton obtained a B.A. in 1665. In 1667, Newton was elected a fellow of Trinity. He was elected a member of the Royal Society. In 1668, he invented a reflecting telescope. In 1669, Isaac Newton became Lucasian Professor of Mathematics.
In 1689 – 1690, Isaac Newton was M.P. for Cambridge University (in those days Cambridge University had its own M.Ps.). He became a M.P. again in 1701 – 1702 but he did not take an active part in politics.
He published his masterpiece ‘Philosophie Naturalis Principia Mathmatica’ in 1687. It set out his theory of gravity and his laws of motion. In 1695, Isaac Newton was made ward of mint and in 1699, Master of the mint.
In 1703, Isaac Newton became President of Royal Society. He was knighted in 1705. Meanwhile in 1704, Isaac Newton published another great work about light. In 1712, the Royal Society appointed a committee to investigate the matter. Since Newton was a President of Society, he was able to appoint the committees members and oversee its investigation.
By the time, he reached 80 years of age Newton was experiencing digestion problems and had to drastically change his diet and mobility. In March 1727, Newton experienced severe pain in his abdomen and blacked out, never to regain consciousness. He died the next day on March 31, 1727 at age of 84.
By Anushma Sainju
Some women they are naïve and some women they are shy
And some women they are cunning and some women they are coy.
But they are less aggressive than the macho male kind
And compassion in women is never hard to find.
Some women they look beautiful of which they are aware
And they spend big on health products as well as beauty care
And some women their beauty brings them great wealth and fame
So many beautiful women far too many for to name.
Some women they are sinned against and of their husband live in tear
And stories of violence against women stories I do not like to hear.
For women are less physical than me are as a whole
And nothing is more violent than a man out of control.
By Francis Duggn
- Women experience more nightmares than man.
- Women blink 19 times per minute.
- Only 2% of women describe themselves as beautiful.
- Taller women are more likely to get cancer.
- The most children born to one woman is 69.
- Women have more taste buds than men.
- The second highest IQ scorer in recorded history belongs to woman.
Shifts in Nepal’s political landscape continued throughout 2017, with a new Prime Minister talking office in June. Local district elections, held for the first time in 20 years, were a significant step in the country’s political transition following the 1996 – 2006 civil wars.
Modi is paying a state visit to Nepal from May 11 to 12 at the cordial invitation of PM K.P. Sharma Oli.
Addressing the parliament, Minister Gyawali had said Modi will pay courtesy calls on President Bidhya Devi Bhandari and Vice-President Nanda Bahadur Pun on May 11. The same day, Oli and Modi held bilateral talks, where various issues related to Nepal-India relations were discussed.