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What is SAP?

SAP (stands for System Application Products) is a system in which the different business functions (accounting, finance, production, supply, marketing, human resources, quality, maintenance, etc.) are interconnected through the use of an information system centrally based on a client / server configuration. SAP is the world leader in the world of ERP. This package has…

How does thermos flask work?

A thermos or vacuum flask is a tube shaped insulated vessel which is capable of keeping a drink at steady temperature for a longer time duration. It works perfectly for both , a hot and a cold drink. A hot drink remains hot while the cold also retains its temperature for long time. Thermos flask…

What is Form 16?

Form 16 is a document that is issued to an employee from its employer. It contains the details of salary earned by the employee and the income tax that has been deducted from his salary each month by the employer. Form 16 is Tax Deduction at Source (TDS) certificate issued by the employer and is…

Why is YouTube banned across the Pakistan ?

YouTube was blocked in Pakistan on 17th September 2012 by Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) which controls and maintains the internet in the country . PTA had asked YouTube to remove the trailer of anti-Muslim movie ” Innocence of Muslims” from the website but YouTube refused to do so. Muslim community found the film insulting the…

Why is boxing ring called a “ring” when its square?

When boxing arena is in square shape then why do we call it a boxing ring? Isn’t that strange? Never thought about this? Let’s know the simple reason behind it. The square boxing ring was introduced in 1838, through a reform of the London Prize Ring Rules. The sport of boxing is however almost two…

Why do you get tears while chopping onion?

Whenever we slice onion, we feel irritation in eyes with tears coming out. Have you ever wondered why does it happens. Lets find out why. Onion cells contain amino acid sulfoxides that produce sulfenic acids. The cells also contains enzymes which are polymers acting as biochemical catalyst. Usually the enzymes and amino acids are kept…

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