One friend of mine sent a couple of scanned copies of local newspapers. I want to share these weird accidents involving mobile phones. Comments will be highly appreciated.
A bit of history of mobile phone in Nepal: First GSM Mobile service was launched in Nepal in 1999. Since then there have been many mobile subscribers to the service. Another service provider, Mero Mobile, started its service in 2005. However, they haven’t been able to provide the service as per demand.
Most of Indian women are housewives and their favorite pass-time is viewing TV. With never ending addictive TV serials many are accused of skipping their daily routines to watch TV.
Well, I found a classic photo of such Indian women:
… what would you call to this addiction to TV of these women from India who in spite of having their home flooded with water are reluctant to leave their favorite programs on TV.
TV Addiction is the thing of the past after the invention of mobile phone. These days, mobile phones are more addictive than anything else. But, in the past, TV used to be called “plug-in drug”.
Colour TV was manufactured by The Radio Corporation of America on March 25, 1954, at Indiana plant. At that time, it was termed â€œthe wonderful world of color.â€ In the USA the number of households with TV sets increased from 87% in 1960 to over 98% in 2001. These days, most homes have more than one TV – about 2.4 TV per home on average. Continue reading