Scoring a zero will still entitle you to get an Engineering seat, with fees fully paid by the government, in Andhra Pradesh, India. If you belong to a certain caste group. (SC/ST) Hmm! In Andhra Pradesh, you can get zero in an entrance exam, but still get a place in the state's engineering colleges in the reserved quota.
Its a love affair. I guess its fair to call it a love affair. Unreasonable. Blind. And mad. "No gold, no wedding," is a saying in India, indicating the importance of gold to Indian culture and tradition. Byron Pitts reports on India's obsession with gold.
Wonderful video. I knew the principle of multiplication of probability for repeated occurrences. But when looking at this specific example, it struck to me why the multiplication makes sense in the first place. LeBron James asks Sal Khan whether it is easier to make three free throws or one three pointer
Quite thrilled and optimistic about the possibilities of this show: Satyamev Jayate . Novel angle of commercial TV on social aspects. Its worth researching more on why and how those states that stay clear of the bloodbath of innocent and unborn girls at an alarming rate, while rest of the country is so full of it. from Satyamev Jayate inaugural episode
So finally, its the Leap year that brought down the Windows Azure Cloud services. The root cause behind the Windows Azure Outage was found to be a simple Leap day bug. Read more on Windows Azure blog here . When the GA creates the transfer certificate, it gives it a one year validity range. It uses midnight UST of the current day as the valid-from date and one year from that date as the valid-to date. The leap day bug is that the GA calculated the valid-to date by simply taking the current date and adding one to its year. That meant that any GA that tried to create a transfer certificate on leap day set a valid-to date of February 29, 2013, an invalid date that caused the certificate creation to fail. Source : Windows Azure Blog Isn't it a brighter spot of the whole issue that Microsoft got 4 years to fix the root cause of the issue :-))
Download Audio: http://vibedeck.com/theshrutibox/the-shrutibox This video is what happens when you have a jam session with a traditional sanskrit sloka. Appropriately, Guru Purnima was just last week! A big thanks to the great musicians who contributed to this video. Be sure to check out their channels!