Central Banks in The World

There are different types of bank in every country of the world. Here is given list of some countries name and central banks in the world.

Country’s Name Central Banks Name in the world
India Reserve Bank of India
Bangladesh Bangladesh Bank
Japan Bank of Japan
Nepal Central Bank of Nepal
United Kingdom Bank of England
United States Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
Denmark Danmarks National bank
Italy Bank of Italy
Germany Deutsche Bundesbank
China People’s Bank of China
Mexico Bank of Mexico
Brazil Central Bank of Brazil
France Bank of France
Sweden Sveriges Riksbank
Russia Central Bank of the Russian Federation
Canada Bank of Canada
Iraq Central Bank of Iraq
Iran The Central Bank of the Islamic Republic of Iran
Singapore Monetary Authority of Singapore
Sri Lanka Central Bank of Sri Lanka
Myanmar Central Bank of Myanmar
Malaysia Central Bank of Malaysia
Swaziland The Central Bank of Swaziland
Thailand Bank of Thailand
Turkey Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey
Belgium National Bank of Belgium
Maldives Maldives Monetary Authority
Indonesia Bank of Indonesia
Australia Reserve Bank of Australia
Cuba Central Bank of Cuba
Pakistan State Bank of Pakistan
Philippines Central Bank of the Philippines
Portugal Bank of Portugal
New Zealand Reserve Bank of New Zealand
Poland National Bank of Poland
South Africa South African Reserve Bank
Austria Austrian National Bank
Belgium National Bank of Belgium
Costa Rica Central Bank of Costa Rica
Czech Republic Czech National Bank
Tajikistan National Bank of Tajikistan
United Arab Emirates Central Bank of the United Arab Emirates
Uruguay Central Bank of Uruguay
Uzbekistan Central Bank of the Republic of Uzbekistan
Vanuatu Reserve Bank of Vanuatu
Venezuela Central Bank of Venezuela
Vietnam State Bank of Vietnam
Tonga National Reserve Bank of Tonga
Sudan Central Bank of Sudan
Suriname Central Bank of Suriname  
Serbia National Bank of Serbia
Samoa Central Bank of Samoa
Romania National Bank of Romania
Portugal Bank of Portugal  

Source: Wikipedia

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National flowers name and country name

Every country in the world to have a national flower. Here is given some of the country’s a list of national flowers.

List of national flowers name and country name

Country Name of flower
Bangladesh Water Lily
India Lotus
Sri Lanka Water Lily
Pakistan Poet’s Jasmine
England Tudor Rose
Afghanistan Tulip
Austria Edelweiss
Bhutan Blue Poppy
Bahrain Sunflower
Belgium Red Poppy
Maldives Pink Rose
Singapore Orchid
China Plum Blossom
Syria Jasmine
Nepal Rhododendron
Argentina Ceibo
Australia Golden Wattle
Belgium Red Poppy
Brazil Cattleya Orchid
Bolivia Kantuta
Bulgaria Rose
Colombia Christmas Orchid
Czech Republic Rose
Ethiopia Calla Lily
Ecuador Rose
Finland Lily-of-the-Valley
Greece Bear’s Breech
Honduras Orchid
Greenland Willow Herb
Iceland Mountain Avens
Italy Stylized Lily
Jordan Black Iris
Kazakhstan Lily
Libya Pomegranate blossom
Paraguay Jasmine-of-the-Paraguay
Tonga Red-blossomed Heilala
Switzerland Edelweiss
Poland Corn Poppy
Romania Dog Rose
Slovakia Rose
Scotland Thistle
Slovenia Carnation
Turkey Tulip
Ukraine Sunflower
United States Rose
United Kingdom Tudor Rose
Uruguay Ceibo Erythrina
Venezuela Orchid
Yemen Arabian Coffee
Yugoslavia Lily of the Valley
Zimbabwe Flame Lily

List of Scientific Names of Animals

List of Scientific Names of Animals

Common Name Scientific Names
Horse Equus ferus caballus
Deer Artiodactyl cervidae
Goat Capra hircus
Giraffe Giraffa horridus
Cobra Elaphidae naja
Ass Equs asinus
Rabbit Leoparidae cuniculas
Panda Alurpoda melanoleuca
Cat Felis catus
Elephant Proboscidea elepahantidae
Buffalo Bison bonasus
Crocodile Crocodilia niloticus
Bat Chiroptera
Cheetah Acinonyx jubatus
Dolphin Delphinidae delphis
Dog Canis lupus
Tiger Panthera tigris
Lion Panthera leo
Housefly Musca domestica
Bear Ursidae carnivora
Lepoard Panther pardus
Ant Hymenopetrous formicidae
Black buck Antilope cervicapra
One-horned rhino Rhinoceros unicornis
Wild Buffalo B. bubalis arnee
Gaur Bos gaurus
Lizard Sauria lacertidae
Squirrel Sciuridae
Camel Camelus
Fishing cat Prionailurus viverrinus
Gayal Bos frontalis
Chimpanzee Pan troglodytes
Cougar Fenis concolour
Fox Cannis vulpes
Hyena Hyaenidae carnivora
Pig Artiodactyla suidae
Spider Monkey Arboreal ateles
Tiger Cat Felis tigrina

Biography of famous person

Biography of famous person

William Shakespeare

shakespeare

Date of Birth(App:)- April 26, 1564
Date of death- April 23, 1616

William Shakespeare the greatest english poet, dramatist and actor of england. He was born at stratfordon avon and was educated at the free grammar school there. He left stratford in 1585, and arrived in london in 1586. Here he became connected with different theatres and subsequently began writing dramas. Among his plays may be mentioned
Julius Caesar, Romeo and Juliet, Macbeth, Hamlet, The Merchant of Venice, Antony and cleopatra.

Socrates

Socrates

(469 BC – 399 BC)

Socrates was a great philosopher as well as a great teacher of humanity. He lived in Athens in Greece about 2500 years ago. founder and eponym of Socratic method.

Mother teresa

mother teresa

(1910 – 1997)

Mother teresa born in Yugoslavia albania. Her name was Bojaxhiu, Agnes Gonxha. She came to Calcutta in 1928. She was offered the citizenship of India In 1948. She 17 years teaching in Calcutta St. marriage school. Established in 1950, missionaries of charity. She was given the Nobel Prize for peace In 1979. She died on 5 September 1997.

Some important english technical terms – Question and Answer

Some Important English technical terms – Question and Answer

1. Q: Do you know what is “Yellow-dog contract” ?
Ans: Yellow-dog contract is an agreement between owner and employee for not to being a member of a trade union or labour union in the United States specially. Such act was cancelled in 1932 under the Norris-La Guardia act.

2. Q: What is “Yellow Journalism” ?
Ans: When a lots of news and views are published in any newspaper or megazines which are unreal or negative or sensational those are called yellow journalism.

3. Q: “Alma mater”. What does it mean ?
Ans: A school or University or an educational institution where one took education or at present taking education that is called Alma Mater.

4. Definition of “Assessment” .
Ans: To ascertain tax on anything is called Assessment.

5. Q: What is “Autocracy” ? Does anyone like Autocracy ?
Ans: Selfwilled Government. By his system a Govt. or Governing body direct the country willingly not showing any explanation or transperancy to any medium. It is fully unwelcome, unwanted or unexpected by the citizen of a country.

6. Q: Whare do we use “Yellow flag” ?
Ans: Yellow flag is used where it is confirmed that there are infectous diseases all around. Besides it is used for showing confined ships.

7. Q: Who is “Attache” ?
Ans: Assisting member of an ambassador. An attache is responsible to look after a section from the section of Education, Culture, Martial, Labour etc.

8. Q: What is “Balloon Barrage” ?
Ans: It’s a prevention system of war when one side manages to let fly balloons to stop air raid of enemy side. It is needed when one side of the war try to take rest or leisure for sometime.

9. Q: Do you know what “Belligerent” is ?
Ans: Countries who are engaged in fighting / frenziedly fighting or preparation for war.

10. Q: What does it mean “Blue Books” ?
Ans: The statement book of Royal court/ special court/ durbar of England. Its cover is blue. So it is named after that reason.

11. Q: What is “Black shirt” ?
Ans: The fascist group of Mussolini in Italy. He created this as his political by-pass. It was formed in 23 March, 1923 and deactivated in 29 July, 1943.

12. Q: Which situation we called “Brain Drain” ?
Ans: A lots of trained educated people go to abroad because of earning money, high job, business etc. It is seen especially in undeveloped country or developing countries very much. For that reason, such countries lose their educated people or committed person of skill and suffer a lot. This situation is called brain drain.

13. Q: What is “Blue laws” ?
Ans: It is an act to interfere on personal freedom. This act is enormously introduced and applied in the USA.

14. Q: “Cheap money” what does it mean ?
Ans: It is the situation of that time when the bank or profit rates are low than any other time.

15. Q: Do you know what “Warrant” is ?
Ans: It is a written order of an authority especially police Thaana/station. It is given by the authority to arrest anyone for searching or investigating.

16. Q: What is “Buffer State” ?
Ans: Buffer state means to establish an independent or neutral country in the middle of two large and powerful country for removing confliction or warlike situation.

17. Q: When does “Civil war” happen ?
Ans: It’s a war which is being happened between the Government and the Indigenous hostiles or rebels. It’s an unexpected war for every nation. When the people of a country lose their confidence on their Govt. or Authority, then it is confirmed to run.

18. Q: “Capitulation” means what ?
Ans: Capitulation means to surrender to the enemy group on the settled condition. But, during this surrender time such conditions are very humiliating /insulting.

19. Q: What is “Bureaucracy” ?
Ans: Bureaucracy means centralization of ruling Government’s power to the different portfolio /bureau and unnecessary interferes by the permanent Govt. service holder on various subjects.