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Saturday, September 29, 2018

25 Interesting Facts about India - Findoz

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25 Interesting Facts about India


"India, the cure of mankind, is the birthplace of human speech, mother of history, great grandmother of legend grandmother and tradition. In India's history, our most valuable and most directorial material is in the treasure of India."

Here are 25 Indian facts of india:


1. A temporary post office


India has 1, 55,015 post offices with the world's largest postal network. On average, a single post office serves a population of 7,175 people. The post office floating in Dal Lake of Srinagar was inaugurated in August 2011.


2. Kumbh Mela is visible from space


2011 Kumbh Mela was the largest gathering of more than 75 million pilgrims. The meeting was so large that the crowd was visible from space.


3. Most Housing in the World


Massinum, a village in Khasi Hills, Meghalaya, receives the highest average average rainfall in the world. Cherrapunji, a part of the merchandise, holds the record for the most rain in the calendar year 1861.


4. Steel wire in Bandra Worli seal is equal to Earth's perimeter


It took a total of 2,57,00,000 man hours to complete and weighed 50,000 African elephants. A true engineering and architectural wonders



5. The highest cricket ground in the world


At the height of 2,444 meters, Shell Cricket Ground, Shell, Himachal Pradesh, is the highest in the world. It was built in 1893 and is part of the Child Military School.



6. Shampooing is an Indian concept


Shampoo was invented in India, not by commercial liquid but by the use of herb method. The term 'shampoo' itself has been derived from the Sanskrit word Champu, which means to massage.



7. Indian national kabaddi team has won all the world cups


India has won all 5 men's kabaddi world cups so far and have been humiliated in these tournaments. Indian women team has won the Kabaddi World Cup held till today.



8. Water on the Moon is discovered by India


In September 2009, ISRO Chandrayaan-1 of India used the Moon Mineral Mapper to detect water on the moon for the first time.



9. Science Day in Switzerland is dedicated to former Indian President APJ Abdul Kalam.


The father of India's missile program visited Switzerland in 2006. On their arrival, Switzerland declared May 26 as Science Day.



10. India's first President took 50% of his salary only


When Dr. Rajendra Prasad was appointed the President of India, he only took 50% of his salary, claiming that he did not need more than that. At the end of his 12-year tenure, he only took 25% salary. Then the President's salary was 10,000 rupees.



11. The first rocket in India was delivered to a circle


The first rocket was so light and small that it was taken to a bicycle at Thamba Launching Station in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala.



12. India has a spa for elephants only


Elephants bath, massage and even food in the Punnath Kotta elephant yard rejuvenation center in Kerala. Now it is a big step for the country.



13. India is the second largest English speaking country in the world


When it comes to speaking English with 125 million people who speak India, India is the second only for the United States, which is only 10% of our population. In the coming years, it is expected to grow by a great margin.



14. The largest number of vegetarians in the world


Due to religious reasons or personal choices or both, approximately 20-40% of Indian vegetarians, who make it the world's largest vegetarian-friendly country.



15. World's largest milk producer


India recently surpassed the European Union with production exceeding 132.4 million tonnes in 2014.



16. The first country to consume sugar


India was the first country to develop sugar extraction and purification technology. Many visitors from abroad learned to finishing and cultivating sugar.



17. Human Calculator


Shakuntala Devi was given the title after computing two 13 digit numbers: 7,686,369,774,870 × 2,465,099,745,779 who were randomly selected. He responded correctly within 28 seconds.



18. Rabindranath Tagore also wrote National Anthem for Bangladesh


Rabindranath Tagore is credited not only for writing the Indian National Anthem, Jana Gana Mann, but for the Bangladeshi national anthem, Amar Sonar Bangla. The British also offered knighthood to them but refused to honor after the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre.



19. Meditation Chand was offered German citizenship


In 1936 Berlin Olympics, defeating Germany 8-1, Hitler's wizard Maj Dhyan Chand was called by Hitler. They were given the opportunity to play German citizenship, a high rank in the German army and for the German national side. Though Dhyan Chand rejected the proposal.



20. Freddie Mercury and Ben Kingsley are both Indian roots


The birth of legendary singer Freddie Mercury of the rock band 'Rani' was born in Persian with Persian Bolsar, while the famous Oscar winner Hollywood star Ben Kingsley was born Krishna Pandit Bhanji.


21. Astronaut Rakesh Sharma said that from where India looks like Syar


Former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi asked the first Indian, Rakesh Sharma in space, how India looks from space. His response was our famous patriotic song, "Siar from where untamed".



22. Haswell is completely an Indian brand and has been named after its owner first


Although the company was bought for only 10 lakh rupees a long time ago and now it is a multi-billion electrical goods company, it is an Indian company and is still named after its original owner Haveli Ram Gupta.



23. Diamonds were first mined in India


Initially, diamonds were found only in the alluvial deposits in the Krishna River delta of Guntur and Krishna district. During the 18th century, diamonds were found in Brazil, India led the world in the production of diamonds.



24. A special polling station has been set up in the middle of the Gir forest for a single voter.


Mahant Bhartadas Darshanda has been voting since 2004 and since then during every election,
special polling station has been set up specially for him because he is the sole voter of Banaz in the Gir Forest.



25. Snakes and stairs were born in India


Before this liberation was known as Patmu, this game was initially invented as a moral lesson about the work that is being taught to the children. Later it was commercialized and it became one of the world's most popular board games.

Sunday, September 16, 2018

10 Interesting Facts About Germany - FindOZ

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10 Interesting Facts About Germany

Germany, it's gladly the seventh most visited nation on the planet and it beyond any doubt is stuffed with such huge numbers of things to see and do, there's no big surprise individuals rush there in their droves.

1. Germany is one of the most densely populated countrie in Europe.

Yes, there is a population size of 80,636,124 people in the country! And, although Germany is a big country, it means that there are 231 people per square kilometer!

2. One-third of Germany is still involved in forest and woodland.

Despite the population density, a good proportion of Germany is actually covered in leaf. And, this is definitely fantastic. Our little trick? If you are a fan of Brother's Grimm fairy tales, you might want to pay for the journey of the Black Forest ... many of his story settings


3. Berlin is 9 times larger than Paris and there are more bridges than Venice

Dating back in the 13th century, there is a vast area of ​​891.8 square km in the city, which is an adequate place for 1650 bridges in the city.


4. During the famous announcement of JFK's "It Bin In Berliner" she actually compared herself to Jam Donut.

What should he have said was "Ich bin Berliner" which means "I am a citizen of Berlin". A Berliner is really a kind of jam doughnut made in Berlin. Along these lines, "if container never Berliner" can really be interpreted "I am a garbage doughnut."

5. Germany's capital city has moved 7 times!

From Aachen (during the Carolingian empire), Regensburg, Frankfurt-M-Main, Nuremberg, Berlin, Wemer (informally, during the turmoil in Berlin), Bonn (and East Berlin), and from 1990, Berlin again! Now, it is to remember for pub quiz.

6. Germany is here and there known as the place where there is artists and masterminds.

German authors and 13 Nobel Prizes are won and world renowned writers such as Frederick Schiller, E.T.A. Was home to Hoffman, Gunter Gras and Maria Stona

7. Germany is the second largest beer consumer in Europe.

Just behind the Czech Republic, German is known to consume the appropriate amount of 'liquid gold'. But, Bavarians are also considered as a basic food for beerers, and drink an average of 150 liters per year per year, we think they are giving the check a run for their money.



8. The longest word published in the German language is the DonadampftschiffhortsLatricityAttoptbuterbrowserbbautermettengesellschaft.

Translation briefly for Dubai Steamboat Shipping Electricity Main Engine Facility Construction Sub Clerk Association. The word Rindfleischetikettierungsueberwachungsaufgabenuebertragungsgesetz, Goff label was removed from the German language in the Monitoring Representation Law, 2014.

9. German football team is the second most successful football team in the world!

Beautiful game, a British game and a tough fight rivalry in the football world. But, we have to hand it over to Germany, fall behind Brazil, win four World Cups and three European championships, they can certainly play us in our game.

10. In Germany in 1450s was the first book to print the Bible by Johannes Gutenberg.

The first mass of the printed book was the Latin Bible and was originally published in the men's office on February 23, 1455.

Wednesday, September 12, 2018

40 Interesting Facts About World War 2- FindOZ

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40 Interesting Facts About World War 2


A global battle was fought for 6 years from World War II 1939 to 1945. All major countries of the world were included, however, eventually, the countries formed two major groups, called themselves Allies and Axis. These "facts WWF 2" prove that it was the most fatal battle in the history of mankind.

1. WWII began when Poland was attacked by Hitler on September 1, 1939.

2. About 1.5 million children lost their lives in the Holocaust, of whom 1.2 million were Jewish and the rest were Gypsies.

3. Germany suffered the maximum number of deaths of more than 21 million

4. Battle of the Atlantic was the longest during the WW3 period from 1939 to 1945.

5. Although during WW2 600,000 Jewish Americans were part of the Armed Forces, only 2 were awarded "Medal Honors".

6. The most deadly battle in America was "Battle of Bulge", which was responsible for the death of more than 80,000 people.

7. The Nazis used "concentration camp" to catch millions of Jewish people, where they used to work and hungry until they used to be "extinct" in gas showers using pesticides called Xylon-B

8. Nazis killed nearly 12 million people, of which 6 million were Jewish

9. Hitler designed the Nazi flag. Red was white for nationalism, and Lal stood for the social views of the Black Swastika for the struggle of Arya man.

10. One of the two main powers fighting the WW2 was "Aide", which was composed of countries like Britain, France, Russia, China and the United States. The second power was "Axis" group formed from Germany, Italy and Japan.

11. Due to rationing during WW2, the lack of chocolate gave rise to the invention of Newleta.

12. Before the onset of WW2, Germany was ruled by Adolf Hitler, who wanted to rule across Europe.

13. Countries like Sweden, Switzerland and Spain remain neutral and did not participate in WWF fighting groups.

14. Post WW2, the United States gave a proposal to buy Greenland for $ 100,000,000, which was rejected by Denmark.

15. Some of the most dangerous military men fighting WW2 were Finnish snippers.

16. 80 percent of Soviet men born in 1923 did not escape WWII.

17. During World War II, Japan joined the Suicide Strategy to a large extent.

18. Even before WW2, Hitler predicted a European war in his book "Mean Kampf", which would end all the Jews in Germany.

19. The battle of the elderly is the biggest and most fatal battle for American soldiers, with more than 80,000 American casualties.

20. "America" ​​was the name of Adolf Hitler's personal train.

21. The first German death occurred when Military Advisor Lieutenant von Shillinging lost his life in WW2.

22. From 1940-1945, the US defense budget increased from $ 1.9 billion to $ 59.8 billion.

23. The British made artificial moonlight and other colored lights to indicate the movement of soldiers during the night during the fight.

24. Despite the official WW2 finish, Russia and Japan have not been able to sign the peace treaty yet.

25. During the WW2, there was only one elephant at the Berlin Zoo, and the first bomb left by the Allies on Berlin hit it.

26. German U-Boats destroyed 2,000 ally ships at the cost of 781 U-boats.

27. During WW2, Hitler executed 84 German generals.

28. Germany declared war on only one nation, which was the United States.

29 During WWII, the US to avoid the German-sound name. In Hamburger was called "Liberty Steaks".

30. Genocide and rape were some of the war crimes committed by the Red Army.


31. 352 The use of the great German Luftwaf with air strikes was the highest scoring ace of Erich Hartmann all the time.

32. Adolf Hitler's nephew, William Hitler was in the U.S. Navy during WWII. They changed their name after the war.

33. Private Eddie Slovic was shot on January 31, 1945 for a delay. He was the first American to commit crime after civil war and was the only person to face this sentence during WWII.

34. Inmates of war experienced 85% mortality in Russian camps.

35. In the Philippines campaign (1945), American soldier John R. McKinney fought one hundred Japanese soldiers alone.

36. During the war, Hitler lost 136 out of every of his generals every two weeks.

37. During the war 12,000 heavy assailants were shot.

38. The famous German submarine U-20 drowned when its toilets got damaged during the war.

39. Germany officially declares war on only one country - United States.

40. More Chinese were killed by Japanese during World War II compared to Jews in the Holocaust.

Top 10 Richest Youtuber In The World 2018 - FindOZ

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10 Richest Youtuber In The World 2018


Ask anyone from this generation what they do for fun - YouTube is the answer. It has become a one-stop stage for movies, music and casual entertainment. And all this is possible due to the amazing creators attracted by the platform. While some can see them, the reality is that they earn money. The original source of revenue on YouTube is through ideas which are the amount of clicks they generate. In addition, producers earn sponsorships on their channel sponsorship and for some they earn by selling their own business.

PewDiePie

Pewdiepie has been subscribed most and has seen YouTube on stage and has no competition for a long time. It creates different types of videos for its audience, it's gaming, feedback, rants and more. Apart from the earnings of his channel, his gaming videos are also sponsored. She is bound to make it with the estimated annual channel earnings in the range of $ 533.1K - $ 8.5M in the list of the top 10 richest youths of 2017.

Dude Perfect

You may not have heard about Dud Perfect but you may have seen some of your popular videos on one point or the other. They display themselves as a play and comedy channel, but most are famous for their crazy trick shot compilation and they are performing well. Apart from earning from his channel, he has a partnership with Nickelodeon and most of his videos are sponsored. Their estimated annual channel earnings are in the range of $ 504.4K - $ 8.1M.

Markiplier

Markiplier has been on YouTube for some time and uploaded large amounts of content on the forum. He has created a cat of a fan and has the reputation of being one of the best gamers on YouTube. The Marqueplier is also associated with many different mainstream enterprises such as Horror Powder, Smosh the Movie, and TV Show Villanus, which is being broadcast on Cartoon Network. All of them have taken them into the list of the top 10 richest youths in the range of $ 403.9K - $ 6.5M, with estimated annual earnings in 2017.

Jacquesetisien

Jacquesetisien is another gamer in the list of the top 10 richest youths in the year 2017. He and Marquipler have got similar ideas from his channel this year and are also good friends. He has also started uploading the video the same year, so it is good to know that they are earning equal amounts. They have some side income from enterprises such as giving a voice to a character for a game called Pinstrip and they were shown in the Disney Show. Their estimated annual channel earnings are in the $ 493.7K - $ 7.9M limit.

DantDM

DantDM is undoubtedly the largest child-friendly gamer on stage, with a huge customer base of 16 million. On this daily basis from this channel you can expect a Minecraft video or random play. He has received more than 2.35 billion views on these videos alone. He also has a second channel named Moratidam which has been inactive this year. In addition to his channel revenues, he earns gaming sponsorship, business, his comic book and is shown in a television show called Skylander's Academy. Their estimated annual channel earnings are in the $ 608.6K - $ 9.7M limit.


Logan Paul

Logan Paul is one of the largest vloggers of all time and you should not be surprised to see him in this list of the top 10 richest youths of 2017. It is difficult to avoid it because he has received more than 2.2 billion views for this year, which is very effective for a vlogger. He attracts young audiences and his views are mostly on the climb. Their estimate is that the annual channel earnings are in the $ 877.8K - $ 14M limit.

PopularMMOs

Maybe you do not know many YouTube channels that focus specifically on Minecraft but as it turns out, YouTubeCraft is very popular among youtube viewers. Some Minecraft channels have not increased much, but those who are big are still getting stronger. Popular MMOs are sitting on 12 lakh subscribers who are constantly in the thoughts, which is significantly larger than other channels. So it is safe to say that Minecraft is a trend which holds on giving back. Their estimated annual channel earnings are in the $ 474.8K - $ 7.6M limit.


Jake Paul

Jake Paul is another big YouTube, which brings it to the list of the top 10 richest youths in the year 2017. They have a huge customer base of 11 million subscribers, for whom they show comedy videos, acting, action games and crazy adventures. He has acquired substantial and consistent views this year in the estimated annual channel earnings range of $ 797.1K - $ 12.8M.


Ryan Toys Review

So this channel isn’t particularly a channel that most of you guys watch as it’s believed that most people don’t watch toy reviews. But Ryan Toys Review has proved them wrong with it’s huge subscriber base of 9 million and consistent views. Apart from what he earns from the channel revenue, a lot of the earnings come from toy sponsorships which could be a number that is double of the channel revenue. His estimated yearly channel earnings is in the range of $1.8M – $28.7M.

5-Minute Crafts

Most YouTube users are either gamers or vloggers in this list of the Top 10 richest YouTube users of the year 2017 but you believe that people use YouTube for all types of things. A 5-minute craft is a unique channel where they display valuable life hacks. Their channel development has been continuous because people know what to expect from their video. It is commendable how this channel has been grown over a period of one year. It is estimated that annual channel earnings are in the range of $ 1.2M - $ 18.8M.

Tuesday, September 11, 2018

6 Interesting & Fun Facts About Jeff Bezos - FindOZ

9:53 AM

6 Interesting And Fun Facts About Jeff Bezos


Amazon's founder and CEO Jeff Bezos is undoubtedly the richest person on Earth with a net worth of $ 151 billion, and nearly $ 56 billion in wealth compared to any person in the world. He is considered the richest person in modern times, his business has recorded record-breaking growth in e-commerce segment. The Bloomberg billionaire index has suggested that since last year, Bezos added $ 51.5 billion in its personal net worth.

While everyone knows that Bezos is one of the richest people in the world, there are many other facts about which someone does not tell you. Here are 6 fun facts:


1. His Real Name

We are Jeff Bezos, the world's richest man but he is not his real name. He was born as Jeffrey Preston Jorgensen in Albuquerque, New Mexico on 12 January 1964. He was born for Jackie Gage Jorgensen (Bezos) - a teenager - and Ted Jorgensen, his biological father at the time. Bezos was later adopted by his stepfather Mike Bezos when he married Jackie. Bezos has been quoted as saying that his biological father has no memory, he said "Mike is my natural father".

2. $ 56 billion more than anyone else

She is not the richest person in the world, but the person whose net worth is $ 56 billion more than any other person on the planet. With net worth of $ 5.3 billion, Bill Gates is the second richest person on Earth but still behind Bezos.

3. The Washington Post is owned by

Jeff Bezos is not only the CEO of Amazon but also the reputable Washington Post newspaper. He bought the 142-year-old newspaper for $ 250 million in 2013. After taking it, Bezos ensured that the Media House adopted the new technology and enhanced readers through digital space.


4. Jeff Bezos has four children

 Jeff Bezos and his novelist wife Mackenzie (Tuttle) Bezos, after marrying in 1993, had three children (sons) and adopted another daughter from China.


5. Has played a cameo movie role

 For all those who have seen Bezos in the formal suit, you can prepare them as a foreigner in the film beyond Star Trek. He plays a camou role in the film. It can be noted that Bezos is a big fan of Star Trek and fans' space travel.

6. Emails directly to customers

Although it can be difficult to believe, Bezos allows customers to directly match it, and if this issue seems to be quite large, then the concerned department will have a "?" Moves forward with. When an employee receives this mail, he knows that the problem needs to be fixed immediately.

Monday, September 10, 2018

7 Interesting Facts About North Korea - FindOZ

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7 Interesting Facts About North Korea




1. North Korea ranks 51st in population, but has one of the largest standing militarie

CIA data is estimated to be the 51 million people of North Korea's estimated 25 million people in the world. According to Newsweek, the outer army of North Korea is the most powerful in the world, in which about 1,190,000 active-duty soldiers claim. China, the world leader in both population (more than 1.3 billion) and military size (2.3 million), is a military that employs approximately 0.18% population. On the other hand, North Korea's army employs approximately 4.7% of the total population. CIA data is estimated to be the 51 million people of North Korea's estimated 25 million people in the world. According to Newsweek, the outer army of North Korea is the most powerful in the world, in which about 1,190,000 active-duty soldiers claim. China, the world leader in both population (more than 1.3 billion) and military size (2.3 million), is a military that employs approximately 0.18% population. On the other hand, North Korea's army employs approximately 4.7% of the total population.


2. Rollerblading is hugely popular, especially in Pyongyang

According to National Geographic photographer David Guttfelder, rollerblading is "popular in the whole country." He told that he "could not calculate the number of rollerblading places in particular capital city [Pyongyang]".


3. Drugs are common and largely unregulated

Drug use in North Korea is largely irregular and quite common, using approximately 30% North Korean drugs, the UPI report. Locally known as Yoksam, marijuana is grown in such quantity that according to Radio Free Asia, smugglers transit across the border to China for overseas sale in China.
Public Radio International reported that methamphetamine, and especially the highly powerful crystal meth, are also common in DPR, and although these drugs are not allowed in the form of pot, their use is widespread. Meth is often used less for recreational purposes and as a hunger suppressant and to help workers in far-flung labor in farms, factories, and other businesses.

4. North Korea is home to the world's largest stadium

DPRK is not the home of the largest stadium in the world in terms of seating capacity, but it is discriminated by a large margin. Colorado is the 1 May stadium (also called May Day Stadium) with a total capacity of 150,000 people.
It shines the next largest stadium, which is the Michigan Stadium of Ann Arbor, in which 107,600 people are involved. This place is sometimes used for sporting events, but its primary purpose is to host the annual Ariranga Festival, which is a big relationship organized every August and September, which celebrates Northern Korean history, culture and achievements. .

5. North Korea holds political elections every five years

It may sound strange for elections as a dictatorship, North Korean citizens go to polls every five years. However, according to the economist, he gets the name of only one candidate for the office of Supreme People's Assembly Deputy District in his district.
The only decision that voters have to make is to vote for the only candidate listed or to vote against them, which includes keeping a ballot in separate ballots and notes of their identities, which can be considered as the act of treason Reports.

6. North Korea exists in its own time zone

By August 15, 2015, North Korea is present in its own timezone, has moved from any other place on Earth to at least half an hour, reports CNN. Pyongyang time is GMT + 08: 30, to be precise, and adopted in the clear withdrawal of the country used before the 20th century Japanese colonization.

7. For some North Koreans, life is improving

To be clear, there is a conflict almost every day for many North Korean people, where defining food shortage, fierce job conditions and government harassment define life. But for some DPRK citizens, everyday life holds some similarities in the rest of the world, the NPR report.
According to the NPR, more and more North Korean people have access to mobile phones, DVD players and other devices, which were almost unknown than earlier generations. Recreational opportunities, including movie theaters, entertainment and water parks, and some more common in Pyongyang and other population centers, and with each passing year, the impact from the broad world increases, the NPR report.

Facts and Figures of Burj Khalifa - FindOZ

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Facts & Figures of Burj Khalifa


To bring Burj Khalifa to life, it was necessary to have a combination of visionary ideals and concrete science. In this process, the project collected an amazing inspirational number of facts, figures and statistics.
World record
828 meters (2,716.5 feet) and in over 160 stories, Burj Khalifa has the following records:

Tallest building in the world

The most free standing structure in the world

Most stories in the world

Highest occupied floor in the world

Highest outdoor observation deck in the world

Lift with the longest travel distance in the world

Lowest service lift in the world

The longest superstar
Not only is the Burj Khalifa the world's tallest building, it has also broken two other influential records: First of all, the oldest structure, which was first organized by Kevin-TV Mast in Blanchard, North Dakota, and the first CN of Toronto The longest free-standing structure organized by the tower was. The Chicago-based Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Housing (CTBUH) has set 3 criteria to determine what makes a tall building tall. Burj Khalifa has won in three categories so far.

Architecture top till height
Height is measured from the lowest, important, open air, pedestrian level of admission to the architectural top of the building. It includes Spear, but does not include antenna, signage, flagpole or other functional-technical tools. This measurement is used most widely and is used to define the Council on the Tall Building and Urban Habitat Rankings of the tallest buildings in the world.

Highest occupied floor
The height is measured from the lowest, important, open air, pedestrian entrance to the highest sustained occupation floor. Maintenance areas have not been included.

Tip to tip
Despite the material or work of the highest element, the height is measured from the lowest, important, open air, pedestrian level of admission to the highest point of the building. It includes antenna, flagpole, signage and other functional-technical tools.