Archive for April, 2011


Categories: Kidzone
Comments: 2

Questions-qUESTIONS 1)ACYUT 2 is the 2nd Humanoid Robot built by- 2) Asia’s largest residential layout- 3) The legendary investor known as ‘Oracle of Omaha’- 4) The aging Hubble Space Telescope is to be replaced by- 5) Kyrgyzstan President’s official residence is known as – 6) The world’s largest ship breaking yard- 7) What is common to Calvin Coolidge, Chester. A. Arthur and Barack Obama      – 8) Western Ocean is the ancient name of – 9) India’s youngest ever chief minister of a state- 10) The country named after a tree- Answers: 1.BITS,Pilani 2.Jaynagar,Bangaluru 3.Warren Buffett 4. The James webb Space telescope 5.White House 6. Brazil 7. American Presidents who took the oath twice 8.Atlantic Ocean 9.Prafulla Kumar Mahanta. 10.Brazil  

Gadget review

Categories: TechYard
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It all began with the launch of Apple ipad which took the world by storm. Following Apple hotly, last year the Samsung galaxy tab and Blackberry Playbook has grabbed a few eyeballs. The recently concluded Consumer Electronic Show (CES) in Las Vegas unveiled a range of new tablets. Now Motorola has jumped into the fray with its newest beauty “Xoom”. It won the “Best of Show” award in CES 2011. The first thing that strikes the eye is it’s large 10.1 inch WXGA (1280×800 pixels;150 pixels/inch),HD (720p) compatible screen. This means that you can watch your favourite movies or play your videos inhd quality. Another important feature is its anodized aluminium body with a soft touch finish which gives it a sleek look. It weighs around 0.73 kg Read more

Heritage of the Assam

Categories: Miscellaneous
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The faces of any land chances with respect to time when the bases are roofed by sentences of generation as well as influences of more developed countries. Same is in the case of the state Assam. The land has got lots of comments both bad and good across the country. So the graph has both downfall and rise. No matter what people have said before or what people say now the Assamese people spread all over the India and overseas as well, for knowledge, business, settlement and job. The picture and beauty of the Assam can be vividly envisioned when we walk back to past when pollution was less, and let me make it clear that I am not talking Read more

Economy, Energy and Environment

Categories: Articles
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Necessity, who is the mother of invention[1] A quote that actually unravels the truth behind every hasty invention. The very dire need to survive and breathe every lively breath of life. ECONOMY-ENERGY-ENVIRONMENT are the three children whose nurturing has to be done well to yield BOON else one yields a BANE. Such is the present scenario of mankind which is now in a jinx caused by its own callous outlook. The emission of carbon dioxide has caused enough chaos that the aftermath is just a step away to witness! The 15th UNITED NATIONS CLIMATE CHANGE CONFERENCE at COPENHAGEN was just another multi nation starrer movie where presidents and delegates from various nations battled their tongues in an act to find Read more


Categories: Editorial
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Thousand miles, whenever I hear this name the first thing comes to my mind is a journey, a journey of thoughts, a journey of creativity and a journey of changing life. But my personal thought about thousand miles is that it`s a feat and a conquest which is thousand miles away from us. Thousand Miles is an e-magazine which will publish in our website within every three months. Today Thousand Miles became a reality from a beautiful dream and due to the hard work and dedication of our team and the man behind the thousand miles, the captain of the ship Mr Rathin Dutta (founder of Thousand Miles). I still remember the day in CCD, I and Rathin were debating Read more