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चोल साम्राज्य का अभ्युदय नौवीं शताब्दी में हुआ और दक्षिण प्राय:द्वीप का अधिकांश भाग इसके अधिकार में था। चोल शासकों ने श्रीलंका पर भी विजय प्राप्त कर ली थी और मालदीव द्वीपों पर भी इनका अधिकार था। कुछ समय तक इनका प्रभाव कलिंग और तुंगभद्र दोआब पर भी छाया था। इनके पास शक्तिशाली नौसेना थी और ये दक्षिण पूर्वी एशिया में अपना प्रभाव क़ायम करने में सफल हो सके। चोल साम्राज्य दक्षिण भारत का निःसन्देह सबसे शक्तिशाली साम्राज्य था। अपनी प्रारम्भिक कठिनाइयों पर विजय प्राप्त करने के बाद क़रीब दो शताब्दियों तक अर्थात् बारहवीं ईस्वी के मध्य तक चोल शासकों ने न केवल एक स्थिर प्रशासन दिया, वरन् कला और साहित्य को बहुत प्रोत्साहन दिया। कुछ इतिहासकारों का मत है कि चोल काल दक्षिण भारत का 'स्वर्ण युग' था।
चोल साम्राज्य की स्थापना चोल साम्राज्य की स्थापना विजयालय ने की, जो आरम्भ में पल्लवों का एक सामंती सरदार था। उसने 850 ई. में तंजौर को अपने अधिकार में कर लिया और पाण्ड्य राज्य पर चढ़ाई कर दी। चोल 897 तक इतने शक्तिशाली हो गए थे कि, उन्होंने पल्लव शासक को हराकर उसकी हत्या कर दी और सारे टौंड मंडल पर अपना अधिकार कर लिया। इसके बाद पल्लव, इतिहास के पन्नों से विलीन हो गए, पर चोल शासकों को राष्ट्रकूटों के विरुद्ध भयानक संघर्ष करना पड़ा। राष्ट्रकूट शासक कृष्ण तृतीय ने 949 ई. में चोल सम्राट परान्तक प्रथम को पराजित किया और चोल साम्राज्य के उत्तरी क्षेत्र पर अधिकार कर लिया। इससे चोल वंश को धक्का लगा, लेकिन 965 ई. में कृष्ण तृतीय की मृत्यु और राष्ट्रकूटों के पतन के बाद वे एक बार फिर उठ खड़े हुए
When we talk about the square root of a positive number, we consider only about its Positive root and ignore the negative root because of a y = ✓x function gives only the positive values. On the other hand, if we talk about the relation, we consider both of the roots ( i.e. positive and negative roots ). Some people contradict if we square both sides, it will give two value. But it is wrong because after squaring both sides, a function will be changed so values will be changed.
Tushargoel2210 (talk) 07:02, 19 April 2018 (UTC)
India At Glance
'India at glance'
Key Takeaway from the meeting...
Both leaders agreed that simultaneous emergence of India and China as two large economies and major powers with strategic and decisional autonomy has implications of regional and global significance. The peaceful, stable and balanced relations between them will be positive factor for stability amidst current global uncertainties. They agreed proper management of bilateral relationship for conducive development and prosperity of region, and create conditions for the Asian Century. They decided to strengthen Closer Development Partnership in mutually beneficial and sustainable manner. They also agreed to issue strategic guidance to their forces and strengthen existing mechanisms to maintain peace and tranquillity along the border areas. They highlighted importance of maintaining peace and tranquility in all areas of India-China border region in larger interest of the overall development of bilateral relation
The training programme was conducted at Lok Nayak Jayaprakash Airport in Patna, Bihar in collaboration with Airports Authority of India (AAI) and Institute of Nuclear Medicine & Allied Sciences (INMAS). During the training, NDMA jointly with National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) conducted its first-ever full-scale Biological Management Emergency Exercise. The exercise was based on suspected Ebola outbreak scenario. The mock drills with simulated situations of biological disasters are conducted by NDRF regularly to fine tune response mechanism in case of threats arising out of usage of biological agents. Stakeholders from several departments, including Airport Management, Health and Medical services, Fire Services, State Disaster Management Authority, Customs, Immigration and Disease Surveillance units participated in the mock exercise
Change In Technology
NASA is developing Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART), the first-ever mission that will deflect a near-Earth asteroid. The mission will help to test the systems that will allow mankind to protect the planet from potential cosmic body impacts in the future. Key Facts The DART will be built and managed by the John Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory (APL).
It will be NASA’s first mission to demonstrate kinetic impactor technique. The target for DART is an asteroid called Didymos that will have a distant approach to Earth in October 2022 and then again in 2024. The asteroid Didymos (Greek word for twin) is an asteroid binary system that consists of two bodies: Didymos A (about 780 metres in size), and Didymos B (about 160 metres in size), smaller asteroid orbiting Didymos A. DART will impact only the smaller of the two bodies, Didymos B. After launch, DART will fly to Didymos and use an APL- developed onboard autonomous targeting system to aim itself at Didymos B.
The refrigerator-sized spacecraft will strike the smaller body at a speed about 6 km/s i.e. about nine times faster than a bullet. Earth-based observatories will observe the impact and the resulting change in the orbit of Didymos B around Didymos A. It will allow scientists to better determine the capabilities of kinetic impact as an asteroid mitigation strategy. Didymos asteroid system The Didymos asteroid system has been closely studied since 2003. It has been classified as potentially hazardous asteroid. Its primary body is a rocky S-type object, with composition similar to that of many asteroids. The composition of its small companion, Didymos B is unknown, but its size is typical of asteroids that could potentially create regional effects should they impact Earth. Kinetic impact technique This technique involves sending one or more large, high-speed spacecraft into the path of an approaching near-earth object to shift its orbit to defend against future impact. It works by changing the speed of a threatening asteroid by a small fraction of its total velocity. This is done well before the predicted impact so that this small velocity adds up over time to a big shift of the asteroid’s path away from Earth.
Network and development
Mukesh Ambani led Reliance Jio Infocomm has launched the Asia-Africa-Europe (AAE-1) submarine cable system. It is claimed to be world’s longest 100Gbps technology-based submarine system. It stretches for over 25,000km from Marseille, France to Hong Kong. It will have 21 cable landings across Asia and Europe. Using it, Jio will continue to offer its customers the most exceptional high speed internet and digital service experience. Key Facts The AAE-1 project is a combination of leading telecom service providers from Europe, the Middle East and Asia. It will seamlessly link with other cable systems and fibre networks to deliver direct access to all global markets. It will feature diversified Points of Presence (PoP) in Asia (Hong Kong and Singapore), with three onward connectivity options in Europe (France, Italy and Greece). The cable system will pass through critical hubs, serving the demand for video centric data bandwidth that supports all types of communications, applications and content within India and beyond. The advanced design and route of AAE-1 system will offer one of the lowest latency routes between Hong Kong, India, Middle East and Europe. Using it, Reliance Jio will provide the Network Operations & Management for AAE-1 Cable System. Its Network Operations Center (NOC) will use a state of the art facility in Navi Mumbai.
Why can't the lines in the page be hyperlinked? I couldn't see any document with a hyperlink. My suggestion is to add a hyperlink for the pages that have already been created. Adithyak1997 (talk) 07:35, 17 May 2018 (UTC)