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My favourites in ATTACK ON TITAN !!

My favourites in ATTACK ON TITAN !!

Riya

Riya

Apr 28, 2022

My first favourite character is Armin. He is so smart and always find the peace way to solve problem. I personally like those kind of character. He also cares about another, which make me very touch. My second favourite character is Reiner. Reiner is a passionate, fearless, brave, and honest person, with a strong sense of duty. I like the time that Reiner beg Eren to kill him in Season 4. My third favourite character is Annie. I did not see before a girl to being so strict and emotionless. But I can feel the pain inside her heart, like Bertolt dies because of Armin and while she in crystal, listening to Armin telling story of what is happening. My fourth favourite character in Eren. Loyal to his friends, and passionate to a fault, Eren struggles to rein in his impulses and act with self-control. I am little disappointed because that Eren betray his friends. But I also feel that he also cares Mikasa and his friends.

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Basics of Blockchain

Basics of Blockchain

Riya

Riya

Apr 28, 2022

A blockchain is a distributed database that is shared among the nodes of a computer network. As a database, a blockchain stores information electronically in digital format. Blockchains are best known for their crucial role in cryptocurrency systems, such as Bitcoin, for maintaining a secure and decentralized record of transactions. The innovation with a blockchain is that it guarantees the fidelity and security of a record of data and generates trust without the need for a trusted third party. One key difference between a typical database and a blockchain is how the data is structured. A blockchain collects information together in groups, known as blocks, that hold sets of information. Blocks have certain storage capacities and, when filled, are closed and linked to the previously filled block, forming a chain of data known as the blockchain. All new information that follows that freshly added block is compiled into a newly formed block that will then also be added to the chain once filled. A database usually structures its data into tables, whereas a blockchain, like its name implies, structures its data into chunks (blocks) that are strung together. This data structure inherently makes an irreversible timeline of data when implemented in a decentralized nature. When a block is filled, it is set in stone and becomes a part of this timeline. Each block in the chain is given an exact time stamp when it is added to the chain.

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Elon Musk buys Twitter ! 🤯

Elon Musk buys Twitter ! 🤯

Riya

Riya

Apr 28, 2022

Elon Musk and Twitter Inc. reached an agreement for the world’s richest man to buy the social networking platform for $44 billion, resolving the pressing question of whether the company’s board would consent to the leveraged buyout deal. On Musk’s side, though, there remains a mystery: How is he going to cover the $21 billion equity portion of the transaction that he’s personally guaranteed? Musk, 50, has outlined the $13 billion in bank financing secured by the social-media co .. There’s little doubt he can come up with the money. Musk is the world’s richest person, with a fortune of $257 billion, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. However, he has just about $3 billion in cash and somewhat liquid assets, according to Bloomberg estimates. One path for Musk is finding like-minded investors who buy into his vision for Twitter to join him in his purchase. That would mean some of the equity portion comes from new or existing shareholders. He’s already hinted that such a strategy may be in the cards. After his initial offer to buy Twitter, Musk said at a TED event that “the intent is to retain as many shareholders as is allowed by the law.” Private U.S. companies are generally limited to fewer than 2,000 shareholder ..

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Drastic Climate change in Indian sub-continent🥵

Drastic Climate change in Indian sub-continent🥵

Riya

Riya

Apr 28, 2022

UN scientists have unveiled a plan that they believe can limit the root causes of dangerous climate change. A key UN body says in a report that there must be "rapid, deep and immediate" cuts in carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. Global emissions of CO2 would need to peak within three years to stave off the worst impacts. Even then, the world would also need technology to suck CO2 from the skies by mid-century. Wind and solar now supply 10% of world electricity. Farmers to be rewarded for using green fertiliser. Heatwaves redefined in England over climate change. After a contentious approval session where scientists and government officials went through the report line by line, the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has now published its guidance on what the world can do to avoid an extremely dangerous future. First, the bad news - even if all the policies to cut carbon that governments had put in place by the end of 2020 were fully implemented, the world will still warm by 3.2C this century. This finding has drawn the ire of the UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres.

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Hooked On !

Hooked On !

Riya

Riya

Apr 28, 2022

Heartstopper is an eight-episode series adapted from the graphic novel series of the same name written by Alice Oseman. Directed by Euros Lyn, the first season is based on the first two volumes of the graphic novel series. The Netflix coming-of-age drama is a tale of queer identity, love and friendships. Set in Truham Boys School and Higgs Girls School, the show focuses on queer people in same-sex schools, and deals with the politics of their existence which is delicately wrapped in a blanket of high-school romance. Openly-gay student Charlie Spring (Joe Locke), according to his friend, is one of the “borderline outcasts” at the school making him an easy target for bullies at Truham. At the beginning of the school year, Charlie is asked to sit next to Nick Nelson (Kit Connor), the star rugby player, and this kicks off a chain of events that deal with the nuances of a young queer relationship. The show is successful in assimilating students of different sexualities within the school gates, and delicately explores an umbrella of sexualities and queer identities; the attention to detail and the subtle references across the eight episodes is remarkable. For instance, Isaac Henderson (Tobie Donovan) is seen reading Proud: My Autobiography by Gareth Thomas, the autobiography of the first openly gay professional rugby union player, at a rugby match. The show’s handling of Elle Argent (Yasmin Finney), a transgender, and her shifting schools from Truham to Higgs, is very well done. Elle is never defined by her sexuality and is treated like every other character, with a well-written personal arc and her own love interest. Though all queer people face discrimination, Heartstopper hits the nail on the head when it shows that the discrimination faced by a lesbian couple — in this case, Tara Jones (Corinna Brown) and Darcy Olsson (Kizzy Edgell) — is different from that faced by a bisexual man, a gay man and a transgender person, but it is painful nonetheless.

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BTS’ SUGA and PSY dish on their collaboration ‘That That’

BTS’ SUGA and PSY dish on their collaboration ‘That That’

Riya

Riya

Apr 28, 2022

In the collaboration of a lifetime, it was announced that K-pop veteran PSY will be releasing his next album soon and none other than BTS member SUGA would be producing the title track. While the world awaits another banger from the 44 year old, he has found a myriad of talented musicians to collaborate with him. Talking about their most anticipated collaboration, the two superstars were their witty selves forming the new set of best Friends 16 years apart. While PSY wishes to be someone that his hoobaes (juniors) are comfortable to speak with, SUGA was worried about the difference in their debut dates. Their meeting, however, was smoother than Butter as both admitted to feeling like friends around each other. A day after the grand reveal, a poster starring animated versions of the two was released, further raising the anticipation for the collab track called ‘That That’. It also confirmed that SUGA would be featuring on the song and not just producing it! Talking about how the song came to be, PSY recalled a famous saying in the K-pop industry where the hit songs are produced in a jiff. Comparing it to a game of table tennis, the both thought about their quick verses and how they hit it off. The second teaser for the song coming out on April 29 at 6 PM KST promises yet another superhit at the hands of PSY and SUGA.

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Sweets are LOVE😍

Sweets are LOVE😍

Riya

Riya

Apr 28, 2022

I know, if you hear of the name Barrackpore, the first thing that comes to your mind, is Biryani- two outlets to be more specific. And I don’t deny that. Even for me, biryani is almost like a religion. But if you ask somebody from Barrackpore, the Barrackpore station is will be remembered, probably not for the Dada Boudi emperor– but one small shabby roadside shop, churning out Kachori. this is the story of Jalua’s Kachori shop, Barrackpore. Jalua’s Kachori is there for more than a century, confirmed by the current owner. even the person serving, is working there for more than 60 years. Just think of the scene. A hundred years back, Barrackpore was simple a suburb and since then, this shop is serving the same food. And once you enter the place, time almost stops for you. Sane furniture, same shabby interior and forget about customer service. Endless numbers of kachoris are fried outside the shop, op open road and even the sweets counter is on the main road. Probably to attract the roadside floating customer base- not sure. Just one suggestion… Once you enter the Jalua’s shop and try to find an empty place, be aware of where you sit. Most of the benches are age-old and quite unstable. So, choose wisely to avoid embarrassment. Now for locals, Jalua’s is known for something else, apart from their kachori. And that is rabri. I must say, more than the kachori, I was pretty impressed with their rabri. It’s the typical Bengali rabri. Thickened malai is cut in pieces and cooked in thickened milk. And in winter, the thickening agent is gur and not sugar. And automatically, the taste is better. Some rasomundi r payesh is also sold, but honestly, I never tried them and went for the big brother,rabri.

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India Passport Visa-free Travel 2022

India Passport Visa-free Travel 2022

Riya

Riya

Apr 28, 2022

The India passport ranking is 85; the number of visa free destinations accessible with a India passport is 59. Please note, the list of visa-free countries is calculated to reflect the number of countries India passport holders can enter without a visa, through a visa on arrival, and through the eTA. Below you will find all of the information about India Passport Visa-Free Travel 2022, including the India visa-free countries accessible with a India passport. In addition to the visa-free countries list for India passport holders you can also view the various countries accessible through a visa-on arrival or via an eTA, as well as the countries from which you will need to obtain an online visa, or a physical visa—i.e. a visa from an embassy/consulate—in order to enter. Barbados up to 90 days. British Virgin Islands up to 30 days. Cook Islands up to 31 days. Dominica up to six months. El Salvador up to 90 days. Fiji up to 4 months. Grenada up to 3 months. Haiti up to 3 months. Indonesia up to 30 days. Jamaica up to 30 days. Macau up to 30 days. Maldives up to 90 days. Mauritius up to 90 days. Micronesia up to 30 days. Montserrat up to 6 months. Niue up to 30 days. Northern Cyprus up to 3 months. Palestine up to 3 months. (You may not enter the country through the Gaza Strip) Pitcairn Islands up to 14 days. Qatar up to 30 days. Saint Kitts and Nevis up to 3 months. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines up to 1 month. Senegal up to 90 days. Serbia up to 30 days. Svalbard undefined. Transnistria up to 45 days. Trinidad and Tobago up to 90 days. Tunisia up to 90 days. Turks and Caicos Islands up to 90 days. Vanuatu up to 30 days.

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