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#80748 Help SEO !!!

Posted by Johan on 13 September 2006 - 10:40 AM in General Interest

Do you know about SEO?

If you know that please help to ranking of my site http://www.onlinebingoo.com keyword "bingo websites" and next site is http://www.online-bingo-play.com "Play Bingo Online". I am participating in SEO compition in www.momocha.com web design company.

How to above my site in google, yahoo, msn search engine. I need to my site top ranking of 1 to 10 on any search engine.

Plaese help anybody.


Mohan Shrestha
mohaney@gmail.com



#80746 Help SEO !!!

Posted by Johan on 13 September 2006 - 10:35 AM in Certification, E-Learning, IT Studies, Books Reviews

Hi Everybody,

Are there anybody webmaster? and Have you about SEO? If you know that please help meto ranking of my site http://www.onlinebingoo.com keyword "bingo websites" and next site is http://www.online-bingo-play.com "Play Bingo Online". I am participating in SEO compition in www.momocha.com web design company.

How to above my site in google, yahoo, msn search engine. I need to my site top ranking of 1 to 10 on any search engine.

Plaese help anybody.

Browse the site:-
http://www.onlinebingoo.com
http://www.online-bingo-play.com


Mohan Shrestha
mohaney@gmail.com



#80230 Nokia 2100

Posted by Johan on 25 July 2006 - 02:42 PM in Computer Problems/Alert/bugs

Hi Everybody,

Could you help me? I have problem my cell phone and Mobile set is nokia 2100. The mobile is not going call and incoming call but sometime going and coimg also.

There are very problem. I am check all the funtion and settings. I think, The mobile set screen come this no 429 02. what is this no: and how to remove this?

If anybody know please help me. I also shown all the mobile repair center.


thanking you
Mohan Shrestha



#80041 World Cup 2006 Germany

Posted by Johan on 09 July 2006 - 12:42 PM in Sports

Well, the 2006 World Cup Final is on Sunday and then that's it for this blog for another four years. It's been fun though.

Quite how France managed to get to the Final is still a mystery to me - they were terrible in the Group stages, lacklustre against Brazil and have never really looked that great to me. Zidane, however, is playing out of his skin and is dragging the rest of the team kicking and screaming along with him.

Italy, by contrast, have been good to watch (no, honestly, they have, really !) - in particular Gattuso - that little trogladite in midfield who seems to get his head trodden on in every match.

My money's on Italy and I'm hoping for a good match. I suspect it will be defensive and dull, though.



Football is of course a team game, but there are many smaller battles that are played within the larger one. When France and Italy square off today, we will see some of the sport’s top players at positions across the pitch. We will also see some individual contests that could determine who lifts the trophy and who goes home empty handed. Here are a few match ups I will be keeping an eye on tonight.



#79944 Thank you Admin -

Posted by Johan on 26 June 2006 - 01:34 PM in Welcome/Greet to member


Dear Sir,


I am thankful for invitation of your meeting but i don't coming there.



More about me log on http://www.geocities...amohan/mohaney/




Mohan Shrestha
Kathamndu, Nepal



#79943 Free Hosting !!!

Posted by Johan on 26 June 2006 - 01:18 PM in Certification, E-Learning, IT Studies, Books Reviews



Do you know that?


We have a Nepalese Free web Hosting site. You can also host there. Log on to

www.merowebsite.com


look at this site.



Thanking you




Mohan Shrestha



#79942 Announcement about Logo and Slogan

Posted by Johan on 26 June 2006 - 12:58 PM in Announcement

QUOTE(admin @ Mar 9 2003, 08:49 AM) View Post

Announcement about Logo and Slogan

Slogan: Unifying Nepalese for better education

Our special thanks go to all those members who participated in the give-the-slogan thread and WNSO team has selected this one after long discussion in the Admin forum.

Logo:
IPB Image

This logo is designed by KB Roka jee, MT of WNSO. He is well known face in our WNSO community and web master of WNSO Nepal and many more Nepalese sites. Our thanks go to KB Jee for his priceless contribution and valuable support.

On behalf of WNSO Team, I request all to thank KB Jee for his great contribution.


Very nice your company logo But I think, you will be input next one border line on the world map better than look this moment.

thanking you.



#79939 Prachanda meets UML

Posted by Johan on 25 June 2006 - 12:58 PM in News

CPN (Maoist) chairman Prachanda and general secretary of the CPN (UML) Madhav Kumar Nepal met in Kathmandu Sunday morning and discussed the growing dispute over the army’s reaction to Prachanda’s June 16 statement.

A source close to UML general secretary Nepal told Nepalnews that the meeting, which started at around 9:00 a.m., took place “at a place in Kathmandu”. Senior Maoist leader Dr Baburam Bhattrai was with Prachanda during the meeting.

The meeting was focussed on current issues including the debate over reaction of the Nepali Army (NA) to Prachanda’s statement that has triggered debate within and outside the seven-party alliance, the UML source said without giving the details of the meeting.

Prachanda and Dr Bhattrai arrived in Kathmandu Saturday evening after a series of training programs to Maoist cadres in the far-western districts. They are expected to hold discussions with other leaders of the SPA.

The NA in a statement brushed aside Prachanda’s comment that it had not done anything worthwhile other than “murdering Nepali people and raping Nepali women” after Sugauli Treaty.

“Nepali Army has—behind it—a history of over 225 years old culture of glorious nationalism, protection of territorial integrity and selfless sacrifice for people’s security. Nepal’s history is testimony to the fact that from the past to the present, the NA has always remained committed to protect the country’s sovereignty, territorial integrity and dignity of the people under the direct command of the prevailing constitutional government,” the NA statement said.

While the NA’s statement has invited sharp criticism from with the SPA and the Maoist leadership Deputy Prime Minister KP Oli has gone on record to defend the NA’s statement saying that Prachanda’s comment could have negative impact on the ongoing talks.



#79938 Who Win the World Cup?

Posted by Johan on 25 June 2006 - 12:31 PM in Sports

QUOTE(Sirupate @ Jun 14 2006, 12:46 PM) View Post

Argentina are better team this time.



Thank you for replay.


I think, Brasil again win the world cup 2006.



#79890 Talks moving in positive direction: Mahara

Posted by Johan on 12 June 2006 - 12:38 PM in News

Maoist spokesman and coordinator of the Maoist talks team Krishna Bahadur Mahara has said the informal talks between Home Minister Krishna Prasad Sitaula, the coordinator of the government talks team, and Maoist supremo Prachanda was helpful to remove confusion between the government and Maoists and will help to expedite talks process.

Speaking at an interaction at the Reporters Club on Monday, Mahara said the talks should concentrate on the agenda of holding election to the constituent assembly rather than minor issues.
“The coordinator of the government’s talks team presented the government’s roadmap for talks and our chairman presented our roadmap during the meeting and both agreed to lead the talks in a positive direction,” Mahara added.

Chief government negotiator and Home Minister Krishna Prasad Sitaula held talks with top leaders of the CPN (Maoist) at a village in the western district of Kaski Sunday afternoon.
Mahara said that they are in extensive informal discussions with the government to make the talks a success and that the talks are moving in a positive direction.
He however charged the talks process was delayed due to the government, with the government and the parliament engaged in other issues rather than the main issue of holding elections to the constituent assembly.

He said that the decision of the seven political parties to postpone the parliament session to concentrate on talks with the Maoists is positive but added that the house should be dissolved to form an interim government including the Maoists.

“The parliament does not have the representation of Maoists and civil society, which played an important role for the success of the popular movement of the country. The government should immediately dissolve the parliament and form an interim government through political conference,” Mahara added.
He however said that the postponement of the parliament session will help the parliamentarians to concentrate on the agendas of talks.

Mahara informed that the Home Minister assured to release some Maoist cadres today and to release all cadres soon to create conducive environment for talks. Stating that all decisions in the transitional period should be done with consensus among all political forces, he urged the government to announce the budget of the fiscal year either after forming an interim government or with consensus with the Maoists as well.
When asked about the violation of code of conduct by the Maoists, Mahara said the government side is also violating it in some cases and we are also doing so in some cases, but such issues should not be taken seriously.

Commenting on the issue of extortion, Mahara said they are collecting donations and taxes from the people and not forcing people to give donations. He said that they are not recruiting people in the People’s Army after signing the code of conduct with the government. Though Mahara did not mention the timeframe for the next round of talks and the dates of the summit talks, he said the talks are moving in a positive direction and the summit talks will be hold soon.

The first round of government-Maoist talks were held in Kathmandu on May 26, finalising a 25-point ceasefire code of conduct. It is said that Maoist chairman Prachanda and Prime Minister Girija Prasad Koirala will hold ‘summit talks’ to give final touch to the agreements reached by both sides. The date for the second round of direct talks is yet to be announced.

nepalnews.com pb June 12 06



#79889 Who Win the World Cup?

Posted by Johan on 12 June 2006 - 12:08 PM in Sports

For more than three months now I have asked you a Big Question each day. From serious to silly, you have dutiful responded with excellent answers and insights. Today’s question is the biggest of them all. It is the one that billions of people around this planet are asking one another. It is the one that 700+ players are talking about and 32 countries are fighting to answer.


You’ve made your choice for the final 8 and the final 4. We know who you like to play in the final game. Today you get to tell the entire world who will be the champion of the 2006 World Cup.