Monday, June 10, 2013

2069/2070 S.L.C Result Published: Ready To Check!

The Office of the Controller of Examinations (OCE), Sanothimi is going to publish result of School leaving Certificate Exam (SLC) by later today (2070/02/28). According to special source, 2069/070 SLC result will be published by 3:00 P.M.

After the S.L.C results are announced today, students can view the results on: www.moe.gov.np; www.doe.gov.np, http://slc.ntc.net.np.

To check SLC RESULT through SMS.

To register your symbol number no. type

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SLC Result 2069 On www.slc.ntc.net.np and www.soce.gov.np

The Office of the Controller Examinations, Sanothimi, will publish the School Leaving Certificate Result today (June 11, 2013).
SLC result will be loaded instantly on two major sites namely
www.slc.ntc.net.np and www.soce.gov.np.

www.slc.ntc.net.np server is currently down due to overload.
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Sunday, May 5, 2013

Google PageRank finally updated today May 2013

Google page rank has been finally updated today. Today is the second Google PR update for 2013. However this news is not yet officially confirmed by Google but lots of webmasters are reporting they are looking change in their page rank.
No change has been observed in this blog. Did you saw any change in your Google Page Rank? Are you satisfied with this May page rank update?
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Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Class 11 Hseb result 2069 published

 The Higher Secondary Education Board (HSEB) on Tuesday has published the results of Grade XI exams of science, management, education, and humanities streams for the academic session of 2069.

Under the regular category, a total of 282,359 students had appeared in the exam where 114,019 students were able to made it through with a total pass percentage of 40.38, according to Durga Aryal, exam controller, Office of the Controller of Examinations (OCE)

Under partial category, 51,525 students have passed out of 158,689 students who sat for the partial category with a pass percentage of 32.47.

Results are also available through sms and various websites such as www.hseb.edu.np, http://www.slc.ntc.net.np among others.

For SMS----- Type HSEB<SPACE> SYMBOL NO. and send it to 2722.

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Monday, November 5, 2012

Earthquake in Kathmandu, Nepal (November 5, 2012)

Update 08:00 local time
Nepal Seismological center mentions magnitude 5.7 earthquake with epicenter in Tibet about 136 km north east of Kathmandu on 20/7/2069 at 6:52 PM NST. The data is totally different than USGS and EMSC.
It is not the first case, earlier too, during Rukum, Nepal earthquake NSC mentioned 5.6 while USGS had recorded of magnitude 5 quake.

Update 07:30 local time
Above is the epicenter map of the earthquake. Surprisingly the epicenter isn't exactly in Nepal. It is in China side. Often the greater depth causes the earthquake to be felt in wider area. USGS mentions the epicenter at 66 km depth.
Looking the magnitude and depth (if correct), NO DAMAGE EXPECTED.

Update 07:25 local time
As usual Nepal seismological center hasn't updated any news about this quake in its website. Note that being local,  NSC is most reliable source and gives almost correct earthquake data in Nepal.

Update 07:15 local time
USGS mentions magnitude 4.6 earthquake with epicenter located 84 km NW from Namche Bazar and 219 km E from Pokhara.

Update 07:12 local time
Following EMSC magnitude 4.8 moderate earthquake occurred in Nepal-Xizang (China) border region with epicenter located 87 km NE Bidur and 97 km N Kathmandu.
13:07 UTC (local time Monday, November 05, 2012 at 09:07 PM @ epicenter)

Update 07:10 local time
Tremor was widely felt across Nepal. Weak shaking of MMI II-III was felt in capital Kathmandu.

Update 07:00 Local time
The epicenter of the quake is not known yet.

Tremors felt in Kathmandu, Nepal. Details yet to come.
This is a part of breaking news... Detail news about the earthquake will be followed soon!


Epicenter location

36 km (22 miles) NE of Chongdui, China
109 km (67 miles) NE of Banepa, Nepal
114 km (70 miles) NE of Panaoti, Nepal
116 km (72 miles) NE of Kathmandu, Nepal

Source: http://www.disaster-report.com/2012/11/tremors-felt-in-kathmandu-nepal.html
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Friday, September 28, 2012

Sita air crash photos and video gallery

A passenger jet carrying 19 people, mainly foreigners, towards an airport in the shadow of Mount Everest crashed on Friday on the outskirts of the Nepalese capital, police said, killing everyone on board.

The Sita Air craft had just taken off from Kathmandu airport and was headed to the small town of Lukla, a gateway to Everest, when it plunged towards a river on the outskirts of the city.

“All 19 passengers of the Sita Air plane have died. The accident site is less than one kilometre (half a mile) from the airport,” said Nepal Police spokesman Binod Singh.








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Sita air crash manohara: Seven Britons, five Chinese dead

Seven Britons and five Chinese are among the dead in a plane crash Friday on the outskirts of the Nepalese capital Kathmandu which killed all 19 on board, according to a revised toll by police.
"The plane crash in the capital has caused death of 12 foreigners, including seven
British and five Chinese tourists. The remaining seven, including three crew members, are Nepalese," said Nepal Police spokesman Binod Singh.

Police had initially said five Japanese, two Italians and a Briton were killed in the crash but later corrected the information, which had been given in error by an officer at the crash site.

The Sita Air craft had just taken off from Kathmandu airport and was headed to the small town of Lukla, a gateway to Everest, when it plunged towards a river on the outskirts of the city.

"All 19 passengers of the Sita Air plane have died. The accident site is less than one kilometre (half a mile) from the airport," said Singh.

"The pilots seem to have tried to land it safely on the banks of the river but unfortunately the plane caught fire."

Singh said the plane, carrying mainly foreigners and three local crew, plunged into the banks of the Manohara river early in he morning.

"There are four Nepalis among the dead, apart from the crew. The majority of the dead are foreigners from Western countries," he said.

Dozens of army personnel had arrived at the crash site, said Nepalese army spokesman Ramindra Chhetri, and were battling to bring the blaze under control.

"I was just walking and saw a plane landing. It was caught in fire and I even heard people inside the plane screaming," a witness told Kantipur Television.

Another witness said he saw half burned bodies near the crash site, a slum settlement.

Nepal has a poor road network and large numbers of tourists, pilgrims and professional climbers often rely on the country's 16 domestic airlines and 49 airports to reach remote areas.

The latest fatal crash in Nepal -- the sixth in less than two years -- could potentially lead to new scrutiny of the country's numerous small airlines, which provide vital links to remote parts of the country.

Aircraft and pilots often have to contend with bad weather and difficult landing strips in the Himalayan nation.

In another recent accident in Nepal, a small Agni Air plane taking tourists to a treacherous high-altitude airport near the Annapurna mountain region ploughed into the ground, killing 15 people on board.

In September last year a small plane taking tourists on a sightseeing trip around Everest crashed into a hillside near the Nepalese Kathmandu, also killing all 19 people on board.

The Buddha Air Beechcraft plane, carrying 10 Indians, two Americans, one Japanese citizen and three local passengers, came down in heavy rain and fog at Godavari, about 10 kilometres from the capital.
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