Reliance Digital Big TV Offer 5 Years Free DTH Channels in HD

Anil Ambani’s company Reliance Big TV has introduced a special offer to book DTH connections. Reliance has partnered with 50,000 post offices across the country. After this, customers can make an early booking by a post office.
Customers who make the booking will be given the HD HEVC set-top box. It will be equipped with latest features such as recording, USB port, HDMI port, recording, and watching. Channels will be free for 1 year. It will also include HD channels. 500 FTA (free-to-air) channels can be viewed for 5 years free of charge.
Users can take this offer by depositing 500 rupees from the post office. At the same time, set-top box installation time would be Rs 1500. To avail the loyalty bonus, the customer will have to recharge 300 rupees for the second year. This has to be done for two years. Subsequently, the subscriber will get a loyalty bonus of Rs. 2 thousand. That is, the amount you are accumulating, in the beginning, will be completely returned.
The booking will start from June 20
The company is going to start pre-booking of this service from June 20. Consumers of Rajasthan, Punjab, Uttarakhand, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, and Sikkim will be able to pre-book DTH.

Ludwig van Beethoven

Beethoven was born on 16th, December 1770 in Bonn of Germany. His
father was a singer in local palace choir. Beethoven’s father was a very
common person and he was addicted to gambling. However, his mother was
a fairly kind-hearted and gentle female. She married an assistant as her first
marriage and married to Beethoven’s father when her ex-husband died.
Beethoven didn’t have access to go to school for the reason that his family
was very poor. Nevertheless, he had a special feeling of music when he was
very young. His father wanted to make use of his potential to make a big
fortune. As a result, Beethoven had to practice playing clavicorn and violin
day and night under his father’s pressure.
Beethoven had a performance on a stage for the first time when he was only
seven years old and he made a huge success. Some famous musicians
considered him as the second Mozart. Beethoven learned how to compose
music from Nifo and published his first work named Concerto in A minor
when he was 11. He went to Vienna to learn how to compose music from
Mozart and Haydn.
It seems that he would have a fairly bright future when Beethoven received
the first success in 1800. Nevertheless, he was troubled with a terrible matter
for years at that time. He found that he has become a deaf person. There
couldn’t be anything more terrible than that for a musician. He sank into a
blue mood for a long time as a consequence.
Beethoven has an enthusiastic heart all the time. But his enthusiasm was
often unfortunate. He often tolerated both hope and enthusiasm,
disappointment and resistance. There was no doubt that all of these emotions
had become his unique source of creation. He fell in love with Julia in 1801
and composed a music named Moonlight for her specifically. To his
disappointed, she couldn’t understand his noble soul and refused him.
Beethoven was upset and despairing for that. It was the most hopeless
moment for him and once a time, he wrote down a paper of posthumous
He came to life in 1803 and composed some bright and warm music such as
The Second Symphonies. From then on, several more beautiful and
marvelous music was produced. Some of them are fairly famous
such as The Eroica and The Storm.
Beethoven finished his masterpiece named The Ninth Symphonies in 1823.
This piece of work expressed his world in his dream.
In Dec.1826He suffered from a disease called pulmonary edema, which was resulted from a
serious influenza. He died on 26th, March 1827 for the cause of
suffering from hepatopathy.
It is said that the day on which Beethoven died was raining heavily and
storming seriously. It seems that even the God grieved over his death.
Beethoven’s funeral was fairly solemn and grand. It is estimated that over 20

thousand people presented his funeral.

World environment day 2018

Each year 5th June is celebrated as world environment day as decided by the United Nations (UN)
India is the global host of celebrating the day in the year 2018. The theme this time is ‘Beat Plastic Pollution’. The campaign started in the year 1974 and since that time 5th June is the day for like-minded people to exchange the message with each other.

On his greetings for the day, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi emphasizes on ensuring the future generations a green and clean environment in harmony with nature.
The president of India Ramnath Kovind says about reaffirming our commitment to a cleaner and sustainable earth.

Vice president M. Venkaiah Naidu requested citizens to go back to our roots and protect the nature. He says that time has come for every citizen to hand in hand together to abolish single-use plastic and save the environment.
 As observed by the United Nations, the plastic produced in the last decade is much more than the plastic produced in the last century. According to Central Pollution Control Board report, about50% of plastics used are single-use products like straws. About500 million straws are used every single day in the U.S. alone.

 For India 2018 World Environment Day is a mission. At an event Harsh Vardhan, Union Environment Minister urged every Indian to take up Gren good Deeds in their everyday life.
Some facts related to Plastic pollution
In every single year, up to 5 trillion plastic bags are used.

In every year 13 million tonnes of plastic is thrown in the oceans which means a full garbage truck every minute.
The plastic produced in the last decade is more than the plastic produced in the last century.
505 of the plastic people use is disposable or single-use.
In every minute 1 million plastic bottles are sold.
Of all the waste the plastic is 10%.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 

School girl invents pollution free air bicycle

A 14-year-old girl named Tejaswani Priyadarshani from the Odisha state of India has invented a bicycle that runs on air. It can run up to 60km on 10kg compressed air. The girl is a class xi student of Saraswati Shishu Vidyamandir of Rourkela, Odisha. The idea of air bike came into her mind when she visited a bicycle- repair shop. She saw the mechanic using; air gun’ to detangle knots in bicycle tires.
She thought that if air gun can be used in this way it can also be used to run a bicycle.

She discussed the idea with her father who inspired her and helped her to carry out her idea.

The father and the daughter together tried many experiments. They bought an air tank and also an inlet for the purpose of filling the air. It has also a measuring dial, on/off the knob and a valve to release excess air.

 When the knob is switched on the air from the cylinder is moved to the air gun placed near the paddle of the bicycle which rotates the gear of the bicycle with the help of six blades fixed in the bicycle. It creates the motion in the bicycle. 
According to Priyadarshini, the similar concept can be applied to a motorcycle to save fuel and it would be helpful in creating a pollution free environment.

Facebook will remove ‘trending’

On  1 st June 2018 Facebook announced that it will remove ‘trending’ from next week. It will introduce new news experience. According to Facebook, the users have found this section less useful.

 Facebook launched ‘trending’ in the year 2014. It was available in only five countries. Only 1.5% of users used to click this feature. 

 Facebook found that nowadays the users are much interested in the news video. Facebook is trying to introduce new news experience and they are concentrating to supply the information or news from authentic sources.

Facebook is planning to introduce a new section called ‘today in’ where users will find local news. 
Facebook is also planning to give its users some movie video experiences.