A. P. J. Abdul Kalam Quotes

 

Abdul Kalam, eleventh president of India and considered one of the fathers of its nuclear program.The Muslim politician and scientist assumed the position of president, which in India has a ceremonial character, on July 25, 2002 after winning the presidential elections with 89% of the votes. He held the position until July 25, 2007.

Son of a humble boatman and born on October 15, 1931 in the town of Rameswaram, in the southern state of Tamil Nadu, Kalam was a brilliant student who graduated in Aeronautical Engineering and joined the Organization for Development and Research in 1960 of the Defense.

Today is his Birthday and Here are Some of the Best Quotes by him.

      

   

 

Will Harry and Meghan’s baby come to the throne? How is the line of succession

 

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced Monday that they are expecting their first child, due to be born between April and May 2019. The new heir, or heiress, however, will hardly make it to the throne. He will occupy the seventh position in the line of succession, shortly after his father, Harry, who is currently sixth.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry leave Windsor Castle

The line of succession is defined according to the progeny of the current monarch. After Queen Elizabeth II, the firstborn son is followed by his sons. Thus, before Meghan’s husband, Prince Charles, followed by Prince William, and his three children with Kate Middleton: George, Charlotte and Louis are in line for the title of King or Queen of England. Only after them could Harry, Charles’s second son, be king.

 

Kimbho arrives, the Indian application that threatens to dethrone WhatsApp in India

WhatsApp, the giant of the instant messaging, could have the days counted in India, where the new application Kimbho could be generalized thanks to its novel functions, inform local media.

Kimbho, which owes its name to a Hindu expression used to greet informally, allows video calls, send images as well as text and voice messages, also providing the possibility of using a wide range of ‘stickers’.

The new application was released in a trial version on May 30, totaling around 300,000 downloads. However, a day later it was temporarily removed from Google Play and App Store because of a security problem. Its developers say they expect the final version of Kimbho to be released in two months.

The purpose of the creators of Kimbho is to unseat WhatsApp in the Asian country, where it has more than 230 million users in a nation whose population exceeds 1.3 billion people.

“Why can not we build our own Messenger with superior features that people can trust and maintain user data within India?” Says Acharya Balkrishna, one of the developers of the project. Likewise, Balkrishna maintains that “people need an alternative,” expressing his conviction that Kimbho will become the most used instant messaging application in the Asian country.