Sunday, November 29, 2009


  1. Working capital is the amount of capital required to carry on a business. It can be a problem for businesses to obtain the necessary working capital, especially when they are starting up, and that is why it is so important for businesses to know all that they can about obtaining the necessary capital to build their business properly. Whether a business is small or large the same programs are available to those seeking financing.
  2. The Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly on 2007  adopted a resolution seeking revival of the Legislative Council, abolished 19 years ago. ... The Council was abolished on May 30, 1985, during the Chief Ministership of NT Rama Rao.
  3. In 1959, the sphere-shaped Soviet spacecraft Luna 1 became the first spacecraft to orbit the moon.
  4.  NASA`s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO), which will hunt for water on the moon, launched aboard an Atlas V rocket on June 18. The satellite, launched from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, will relay more information about the lunar environment than any other ... 
  5. The largest bone in the average human body is the thigh bone or femur
    Babies are born with more than 300 bones while adults usually have 206 or fewer.
  6. CHOiCE stands for CHhattisgarh Online information for Citizen Empowerment. The CHhattisgarh Online information system for Citizen Empowerment (CHOiCE) is a revolutionary approach to citizen services and provides one stop solution for anywhere-anytime based government.
  7. Aman Kumar Singh, CEO of CHhattisgarh infotech and biotech Promotion Society (CHiPS) and Secretary-in-charge (IT) of Government of Chhattisgarh. Various landmark projects related to online G2C services like CHOiCE Project, online land records (Bhuiyan), Rural e-Governance (e-Gram Suraj), online learning (e-Classroom) and e-Procurement were successfully implemented under his leadership.
  8. Shah Jahan, the Mughal Emperor, was succeeded by Aurangzeb in 1658 AD. The Mughal tradition of building opulent buildings came to a halt with Aurangzeb`s ascend to the throne. Being an orthodox Muslim he restricted his creative urges to mosques and tombs.
  9. History says that Arjuman Banu alias Mumtaz, the daughter of Emperor Jahangir's Prime Minister, supposedly captured the heart of Prince Khurram (Shah Jahan) the minute he saw her. In 1612, at the age of 21, she married him and became his beloved consort Mumtaz Mahal. Mumtaz used to accompany Shah Jahan in his military campaigns. She was his comrade, his advisor and she inspired him to acts of charity and benevolence towards the weak and the needy
  10. Shah Jahan was born as Prince Khurram on 5th January 1592, to Emperor Jahangir and his second wife, Jagat Gosini (a Rajput Princess).

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