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ಕಿಸ್ (ಬ್ಯಾಂಡ್) ""I named Vincent Cusano, "Vinnie Vincent." " "That's the only gift he's allowed. " "It's interesting that Vinnie hasn't changed his name back to Vinnie Cusano. " "Vinnie, for the record, was fired for unethical behavior, not because of lack of talent. " "The guy is very talented. " "He was unethical. " "He was fired.""
ಭುವನ ಸುಂದರಿ The main Miss Universe Pageant, as of now, is held over a two week period in May and July. In the 1970s through the 1990s, the pageant was a month long. This allowed time for rehearsals, appearances, and the preliminary competition, with the winner being crowned by the previous year's titleholder during the final competition.
ಶ್ರೀಲಂಕಾದ ಆಂತರಿಕ ಯುದ್ಧ As ಉತ್ತರ ಮತ್ತು ಪೂರ್ವ of ದೇಶ continued to be rocked by attacks, new talks were scheduled in Oslo, Norway, between ಜೂನ್‌ 8–9. Delegations from both sides arrived in Oslo, but talks were canceled when ಎಲ್‍ಟಿಟಿಇ refused to meet directly with ಸರ್ಕಾರ delegation clಗುರಿing its fighters were not been allowed safe passage to travel to talks. Norwegian mediator Erik Solheim told journalists that ಎಲ್‍ಟಿಟಿಇ should take direct responsibility for collapse of talks.
ಪ್ಲುಟೊ The object was officially named on March 24, 1930. Each member of the Lowell Observatory was allowed to vote on a short-list of three: "Minerva" (which was already the name for an asteroid), "Cronus" (which had garnered a bad reputation after being suggested by an unpopular astronomer named Thomas Jefferson Jackson See), and Pluto. Pluto received every vote. The name was announced on May 1, 1930. Upon the announcement, Madan gave Venetia five pounds as a reward.
ಸಿ ಕೆ ನಾಗರಾಜ ರಾವ್ As a school boy, he volunteered to waited upon Mahatma Gandhi during his stay at Nandi Hills near Bangalore, India. The interaction with Gandhi and his close association with his uncle, Justice Nittoor Srinivasa Rao, instilled in him devotion for India’s freedom and welfare of its needy people. Rao’s literary career began when he won a school competition for his short story “Kaadu Mallige” about a Dalit (untouchable) music lover who was not allowed to sit with patrons from the upper castes during concerts.
ಪರೀಕ್ಷಿತ Once Parikshita went for hunt in the forest. Kalyuga appeared before him and asked permission to enter his kingdom, to which king denied. Upon insisting Parikshit allowed him to reside in gold. Kalyuga was smart, he entered into Parikshita's crown and spoiled his thoughts. Parikshita entered into a sage hut and found him praying. He bowed him several times but as their was no response he took the dead snake and threw it around sage's neck. Sage cursed him to die of snake bite.
ಪ್ಲುಟೊ Once found, Pluto's faintness and lack of a resolvable disc cast doubt on the idea that it could be Lowell's Planet X. Throughout the mid-20th century, estimates of Pluto's mass were often revised downward. In 1978, the discovery of Pluto's moon Charon allowed the measurement of Pluto's mass for the first time. Its mass, roughly 0.2 percent that of the Earth, was far too small to account for the discrepancies in Uranus. Subsequent searches for an alternate Planet X, notably by Robert Harrington, failed. In 1993, Myles Standish used data from "Voyager 2"'s 1989 flyby of Neptune, which had revised the planet's total mass downward by 0.5 percent, to recalculate its gravitational effect on Uranus. With the new figures added in, the discrepancies, and with them the need for a Planet X, vanished. Today the overwhelming consensus among astronomers is that Planet X, as Lowell defined it, does not exist. Lowell had made a prediction of Planet X's position in 1915 that was fairly close to Pluto's actual position at that time; however, Ernest W. Brown concluded almost immediately that this was a coincidence, a view still held today.