Posted on 13/07/2008
Filed Under (Current Events, General Issues) by sangesh

Sangesh, one of our writers has been regularly writing for Hamroawaaz.com. In this article he shares the fact of food shortages which is in Nepal. The fact that even the Nepalese people don’t know and how the international media has been covering this fact about Nepal. The report by Charles Haviland from BBC did not write this on assumption.

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Posted on 02/07/2008
Filed Under (Current Events, Issues) by sangesh

We have all heard about the Royal Nepal Airlines Corporation. Well, how has the management of this historical corporation changed after the renaming from its former name?

Nepal Airlines[Source]

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Posted on 21/06/2008
Filed Under (General Issues, Miscellaneous) by ametya

Taking aside other different multiple access technologies, there are three FDMA, TDMA and CDMA highly being used and acclaimed.

FDMA – The available frequency range is divided in to frequency slots and each slot is provided to each user or for purposes. 1G was totally based on this technology.

TDMA – Similar to FDMA, but here available time frame is divided in to a limited time slots and in each slot data of different user are transmitted. Europe used this technique to develop GSM, 2G standard mobile.

CDMA – Neither frequency nor time are used, rather code to transmit data of different users within a wideband. North America used the technique to develop IS-95, 2G standard mobile.

It may seem tough to understand these technologies in such above languages. These all techniques are being used by us in our life unknowingly.

FDMA – Whatever one needs something, give him a portion of something. In FDMA case, something is frequency as a channel. This is the simple and easy process that we are using in our daily life since when FDMA term wasn’t in existence.

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Posted on 01/06/2008
Filed Under (General Issues) by sangesh

Digital Media

Nepalese media has boomed quite much in few years. With the boom of the technology and specially the the use of internet in Nepal, for past few years we have seen many Entertainment website in Nepal. These entertainment websites has also proved as a good platform for uprising stars.

Sangesh, shares his thoughts regarding the internet as the media in this article.

Posted on 29/03/2008
Filed Under (General Issues) by ametya

 This is author’s own mini search and survey and doesnot belong to any kind of data or report.

images1.jpgWorld’s Largest Minority – gay, lesbian, bisexual are feeling uncomfortable to live their life. Everybody wants to know about them, who are they? what kind of life are they living ? But the unfortune in this knowing is that they just do try to know to them, never let others to know about them.

The soceity now existing is webbed by traditional and conservative mind. The society in future will be built by us, the next generation. If we start to understand and feel them, then it is ovibous their life would be ease in tomorrow. *In the same society, some do draw of his/her nice future and some do struggle just to live his/her present, is it fear ???

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Posted on 29/02/2008
Filed Under (Miscellaneous) by sangesh

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We are a group of on person from different field of interest and work of field as well. Ranging from business entrepreneurs, bankers, foreign student, doctors to name a few. Our geographical location also varies from different parts of Nepal as well as other parts of the globe too. This is our place on the world wide web to make our voice be heard. We also include posts from contributers from different parts of Nepal and the World.

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