Sunday, September 22, 2013

Hydrogen bomb nearly exploded in US in 1961

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 British media report that a hydrogen bomb nearly exploded over the US state of North Carolina in 1961.  The Guardian newspaper and the BBC reported this on Friday, quoting declassified US documents. 
The reports,  US B52 bomber broke up in mid-air over North Carolina in January 1961.
Bomber was on a mission to watch against a Soviet nuclear attack.  There were two hydrogen bombs onboard that fell to the ground. On one of the bombs, three of the four safety mechanisms designed to prevent unintended detonation failed to operate properly. Bur the 4th safety mechanism did operate, averting a catastrophe.  The bomb was 260 times more powerful than the atomic bomb that devastated Hiroshima in 1945.  If it had exploded, it would have become the worst nuclear disaster in history, affecting cities as far away as Washington DC and New York.

UP govt revokes suspension of IAS officer Durga Shakti:

  Uttar Pradesh government has revoked the suspension of IAS officer Durga Shakti Nagpal, CNN IBN reports.   

Nagpal had carried out a campaign against sand mafia in Noida.She was suspended for reasons to an act which is alleged to have flare communal violence.

E Channels took her cause and investigated the story and concluded her suspension took due to Nagpal a worthy officer carried out a campaign against sand mafia in Noida.

Twin suicide blasts hit Church in Peshwar
Nearly 56 people were killed and 120 others injured when a twin suicide bomb attack hit a Christian church in Pakistan's northwest city of Peshawar on Sunday, hospital sources said.
Chief executive of Lady Reading Hospital in Peshawar, which admitted all the blast victims, told local media that they have received 56 dead bodies including two policemen, 10 women and 15 children, and over 120 injured.
He said that the death toll may further rise as over 20 among the injured were in critical condition.
Briefing about the attack, Zaheer-ul-Islam, deputy commissioner of Peshawar, said that the incident happened at about 11:45 a.m. local time when two suicide bombers blew up their explosive-laden vests inside the church when around 500 to 600 people of Christian community were coming out of the church after offering Sunday prayers.
He confirmed that the blast hit the Christian church called " Pakistan Church" in Kohati Gate area of Peshawar, killing about 60 people and wounding over 100 others wounded.
Shafqat Malik, inspector general of Bomb Disposal Squad, said that the blasts took place one after another and the two suicide bombers were carrying an estimated seven kg of explosives each in their explosive vests.
He said that they found a head of one of the suicide bombers from the roof of the church, which is being examined by the medical team.
Priest Ijaz, administrator of the church, said that the blasts occurred when some people were going back to their homes after prayers and some were having lunch outside the prayer hall.
Super typhoon Usagi lands in China's Guangdong
Super typhoon Usagi, one of the strongest storms of the year, made landfall in south China's Guangdong Province Sunday evening, local meteorological authorities said.
The typhoon, packing winds up to 162 km per hour in the eye, landed at 7:40 p.m. in the coastal areas of east Guangdong's Shanwei City, according to the provincial meteorological station.

Mortar shell hits Russian embassy compound in Damascus

A mortar shell has hit the Russian embassy compound in the Syrian capital Damascus. Earlier reports suggested that there were two shells and several people were wounded, but these reports weren't confirmed."Russia's embassy is working normally," the embassy's guard on duty stressed as cited by Itar-Tass.


North Korea has incorporated its rail system with Russia

North Korea’s railway system has been connected with Russia’s Trans-Siberian railway, creating a direct transport corridor from the Korean Peninsula to Europe. The agreement to link the two countries by rail was signed during a visit by N. Korean leader Kim Jong-il to Moscow in 2001. The reconstruction of a 54 kilometer stretch of railway track between N. Korea and Russia involved the renovation of 18 bridges, 12 culverts and three tunnels over a 4.5 kilometer distance.


West has to recognize Iran’s right to enrich uranium 

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said on Sunday that western governments must recognize Iran's right to enrich uranium “within the framework of international rules," according to AFP. The comments were made at an annual military parade held ahead of Rouhani’s departure for the UN General Assembly in New York, where the Iranian leader is scheduled to meet French President Francois Hollande. The media has speculated Rouhani’s meeting with Obama could also take place on the summit’s sidelines.


Polls open in German general elections

Germans are making their way to the polls to begin voting in the country’s elections. Current Chancellor Angela Merkel is slated to win the elections for a third term in power, according to polls. However, the Free Democrats party, that form part of Merkel’s coalition government, may not gain the 5 percent vote required to win seats in parliament. This would force Merkel into forming an alliance with her political rival, Peer Steinbrueck's Social Democrats


Disgraced Chinese politician Bo Xilai sentenced to life in prison

A Chinese court has sentenced ousted politician Bo Xilai to life in prison after finding him guilty on all charges against him, Reuters reported. Formerly one of the top leaders of the Communist Party, Bo was charged with corruption, taking bribes, and abuse of power. The court in Jinan, eastern China - where former party chief of the megacity of Chongqing was tried - also ordered that all Bo’s personal assets be seized, according to a transcript posted on the court's official microblog.

25 killed in Baghdad bombing

A suicide car bomber has killed at least 25 people in the Sadr City suburb of Baghdad, according to police and medics, Reuter’s reports. The bomber struck next to a tent full of mourners in the Shiite neighborhood and wounded more than 60, medics said. According to the United Nations, Iraq is the grip of the worst sectarian violence since US troops left the country in 2008. Almost 5,000 have been killed in the bloodshed in Iraq in 2012, according to the UN.


Gunman in Afghan uniform kills three NATO soldiers

A man dressed in Afghan security forces uniform has shot dead three International Security Assistance Force’s (ISAF) soldiers in the East of the country, the NATO-led coalition said, as cited by Reuters. The nationality of the victims has not been revealed. “We can confirm that three ISAF service members were killed and one wounded by an individual wearing an ANSF uniform in Gardez,” said Afghan Defence Ministry spokesman General Zahir Azimi, adding that an investigation into the incident had been launched. The attacker was gunned down by Afghan soldiers immediately after the assault. This has become the seventh reported insider attack since the beginning of the year, with 12 coalition personnel killed so far. Media agencies 

Adobe Unveils a New Offer For Photoshop and Lightroom Customers

Highlights of Photoshop CC and Lightroom Roadmap Shared at PhotoshopWorld 2013 New Delhi, India - September 5, 2013 - At the keynote of the PhotoshopWorld conference in Las Vegas yesterday, Adobe shared its roadmap for Photoshop Creative Cloud and Lightroom, highlighting some of the new technologies in the pipeline that will bring advanced digital imaging to mobile devices, and facilitate connection and sharing across the Creative Cloud community and Behance.

Adobe also announced a special offer tailored specifically for photographers who are already using Photoshop CS3 or any higher version including Photoshop CC.
"Since introducing Photoshop CC, we've been listening to customers around the world including here in India, gathering feedback from a broad spectrum of users ranging from advanced professionals to keen enthusiasts," said Michael Stoddart, Creative Cloud Manager, Asia Pacific. "We've just finished a series of Create Now Asia Pacific roadshows across 13 cities in 9 countries, where we've engaged with more than six thousand customers, and we've been listening closely to their comments and feedback.  One common request was a solution specifically tailored for photographers. We're very happy to announce a special offer tailored for our loyal Photoshop customers."

Customers who own Photoshop CS3 or higher will be eligible for a special Creative Cloud membership offer that includes all of the following for just INR 499 per month:

·         Photoshop CC
·         Lightroom 5
·         20 GB of online storage
·         Behance ProSite
·         Access to Creative Cloud Learn's exclusive training resources
·         Ongoing upgrades and updates

"To be clear, INR 499 is not an introductory price. It is the price for eligible customers who sign up before  December 31, 2013," said Mr Stoddart.
The offer will become available soon, and Mr Stoddart recommended customers checkwww.facebook.com/AdobeIndia>   to see when it is released.
"For more than 20 years, Adobe has been proud to be an integral part of the world's photographic community. We're excited about the role we play in helping digital imaging advance and evolve," said Mr Stoddart.
Adobe's keynote session at PhotoshopWorld 2013 is available on replay here: http://photoshopworld.com/live/  in the next 24 hours.

Regards,
Bhawana Suri
Bhawana S

CM Bihar Mr Nitish  Kumar's 6th Annual Lecture at the National Commission for Minorities 20 Sept 2013, New Delhi on  subject ,What is the idea of India which we cherish?

Nitish Kumar spoke , India is nation of pethora of diversity therin lies its unity. This is cherished message by our Leaders ,the founder of Constitution  gave clarion call of inclusive India. Any one left out from the main stream brings a stigma to us so it should be our effort to spread Unity and brotherhood.

Communal violence in Muzzaffernagar is stigma to the nation. He said met ambassador of EU and asked him the way to control communal violence who expressed the constant vigil is the answer to prevent such eruption of violence.

He further added that government means hopes for all and inclusiveness for all and everyone.
Bhagalpur riots were the most devasting violence to which the state Goverment made efforts to bring the culprits to books and aid to the suffers. Thus repose faith for all and administration for welfare for all is Idea of India. He propounded development means eradicating illiteracy and healthcare for all with proper dose of nutrition.

Inspiring the most Maha Dalits and impoverished Muslims to rise to occasion with education and healthcare. He further added the aberration in the society must be dealt severely and the recent unity of air blown by artificial blower is injurious as there has to be embedded unity and peace of air in the society for all times.This is soul of  idea of India.
Please note that CM Bihar Nitish Kumar party is Janata U Sharad Yadav and is the disintegrated and splinter group of Janata Party came into existence after JP movements which thus has disintegrated and Janat U is God particle.  Janat  Party an alternate to Congress  in 1977  has fragmented into various parties
Janata Dal,
BJP, runs many state Goverment or is main opposition party in states and Centre.
BJD rules in Orissa
RJD Lallu outfit
Janata S  of former PM HD  outfit at Karnataka,
Janata Party  now merged with BJP
Samajvadi Party
Samajvadi Janata Party 

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