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Top 10 Technology Brand in the World

Google Apple Amazon AT & T Microsoft Samsung Verizon Telecom Facebook China Mobile Telecom NTT Group of Japan

Announcement of Public Holidays in Nepal for Year 2074 B.S.

Public Holidays in Nepal for Year 2074 B.S.

Top Search Engines in the World

The 12 top search engines in the world are as follows till date: Google Bing Yahoo Baidu AOL Excite DuckDuckGo WolframAlpha Yandex Lycos

Google top keywords searching in year 2016

The google top keywords searches are listed as following sub-headings: Category: Searches Pokemon Go iPhone 7 Donald Trump Prince Powerball Category: Global News US Election Olympics Brexit Orlando Shooting Zika Virus Category: People Donald Trump Hillary Clinton Michael Phelps Melania Trump Simone Biles Category: Global Sporting Events Rio Olympics World Series Tour de France Wimbledon Australian Open Category: Movies Deadpool Suicide Squad The Revenant Captain America Civil War Batman v Superman Category: TV Shows Stranger Things Westworld Luke Cage Game of Thrones Black Mirror Category: Consumer Tech iPhone Freedom 251 iPhone SE iPhone 6S Google Pixel Category: Musicians Celine Dion Kesha Michael Buble Creed Dean Fujioka (Source: Google Trends)

New asteroids find out by Nepali team

Introduction Recently, Nepalese team succeeded to find out new asteroids in Solar System. They have given names of asteroids – P-10 YLF 9, P-10 YKXH, P-10 YKZ 5, P-10 YOPZ, P-10 YOQ and P-10 YPZ. These names will be renamed by Hawaii University and NASA. The participating teams were provided the photos that were taken by the Panoramic Survey Telescope and Rapid Response System (Pan-STARRS) based in Hawaii, USA along with necessary software and instructions. The teams found nine asteroids based on the photos and sent it to the US mainland. It will take a few years for the research to be verified. The students from Celebration Co-Ed School in Kathmandu, teachers and students from Pokhara’s Prithvinarayan Campus, and club members from Nepal Astronomical Society (NASO) took part in the search campaign. The participating teams had analyzed 180,000 moving masses of rock in the data provided by Pan-STARRS which currently operates two telescopes of 1.8 meters. Analysis and Way Fo

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