Friday, July 18, 2014

Another Malaysian Airlines Plane Perishes

The tragedy strikes again as another Malaysian Airlines passenger aircraft Boeing 777 is reportedly shot down over territory near Donetsk held by pro-Russian rebels.

The ill-fated flight MH17 was carrying 295 passengers and none is reported alive at the site of wreckage spread over nine kilometers area. It is believed that the plane has been hit by a surface to air missile while the plane was flying at an altitude of 33,000 feet.




It may be added that this the second Malaysian Airlines plane that has crashed. On March 8 earlier this year another Malaysian Airlines plane went missing and its debris are yet to be found.

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Monday, July 7, 2014

Almost 400 passengers of EuroTunnel Train stranded/evacuated from Channel Tunnel

Stranded passengers inside the Tunnel

It must have been a  nightmare for those almost four hundred passengers, AND FOUR DOGS, when the Eurotunnel Train broke down under the English Channel in the Channel Tunnel today.

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All passengers were evacuated from the Eurotunnel service after a power failure, which has caused delays of up to six hours between Britain and Europe.




It has been reported that pPassengers spent almost two hours on the train and took photographs as they were ushered along a service tunnel and on to a new service taking them to France, where they are waiting for their cars.

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Read more about it at: Daily Mail
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Tuesday, June 24, 2014

RAF parachutist smashes into 82-year-old spectator

Photo of the accident just seconds before the parachutist landed on the old woman [Photo]

While spectators watched in awe the wonderful feat of the RAF parachutist’s show jumping, one of them got astray and smashed on to a 82 years old woman.

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The injured old lady has been flown to the hospital for treatment. Woman was treated for a suspected fractured pelvis.




The parachutist, part of the RAF Falcons team, also suffered minor injuries after missing the drop zone.

The display was taking place at Weston Air Festival in Somerset, England.

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Read more about it at: Mail Online
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Saturday, June 7, 2014

D-Day Veterans join world leaders to celebrate 70th anniversary of D-day landing at Normandy


World leaders have gathered in Normandy to celebrate the 70th anniversary of D-Day landing on 6th June, beside a number veterans who actually participated in the landing on that fateful day of 6th June 1944.

Day of remembrance and celebration started at 12.16am at Pegasus Bridge, where the first troops landed. The British Queen met the veterans and saluted the 'immense and heroic' endeavour of them and their comrades 70 years ago.




Ten miles away U.S. President Barack Obama spoke at the American War Cemetery in Colleville-sur-Mer where almost 10,000 U.S troops who died in the Second World War are buried.' 

Read a comprehensive coverage of the celebrations at: Mail Online
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Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Pakistan political leader Altaf Hussain arrested in London

Mr Altaf Hussain (left) - Violence in Karachi (right) - Photo BBC

In what was being seen as a showdown any day, yesterday was that day when a battalion of London Metro police barged into the house of a self-exiled political leader from Pakistan and head of one of the biggest political parties Altaf Hussain and took him into custody for interrogation.

Mr Altaf, living in London since 1991 has been held on suspicion of money-laundering.




His arrest has sparked widespread violence in Karachi, the port city of Pakistan and main supporting centre of the MQM, which controls Karachi. However, his party has urged supporters to stay calm amid outbreaks of violence there.

Read more about it at: BBC
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Saturday, May 24, 2014

First Pakistani PM to attend Indian PM Oath Taking Ceremony

The attendance of Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to accept the Indian PM designate Mr Modi to attend his oath taking ceremony would be the first of its kind since both countries obtained independence form the British in 1947.


The two nuclear-armed rivals have fought three wars in the past 60 years.




The visit is being viewed with interest as Mr Modi is seen as a hardliner on national security issues and his BJP party advocates a tough stance on Pakistan. Even Mr Modi has made very provocative statements against Pakistan in the past.


It may be added that outgoing Indian PM Mr Singh was invited to Mr Sharif's inauguration last year but did not attend.

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Saturday, May 17, 2014

India has a new PM with blood on his hand

Narendra Modi, a hardliner of India’s BJP has become the new Indian prime minster with land slide victor over the ruling Congress Party – but he has blood on his hands of thousands of Muslims when he was chief minister of Gujrat.

An attack on a train what killed 59 passengers in Gujrat 12 years back, sparked vicious retribution against local Muslims. The Hindu mobs went on the rampage, raping hundreds of women and burning children after pouring kerosene down their throats.

Men were forced to watch their families tortured to death, and then they too were slaughtered. About 2,000 people died and 200,000 made homeless over three nightmarish days.Despite pleas for protection, Muslims were ignored by officials.




Now the same man is the new Indian prime minister and there are many concerns about his treatment to the Indian Muslims and relations with neighboring Pakistan. 

Modi was banned from entering the US and shunned by British diplomats. How would the British and US government feel now entertaining a prime minister of biggest democracy of the world with blood on his hands?

Read more about it at: Mail Online
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Thursday, April 3, 2014

Saharan Sand cloud covers Britain


Britain these days is under a heavy onslaught of sand storm and toxic air that has travelled the way from Sahara down south and has become much problematic for the asthma patients.

Parts of the South Coast, West Country, Midlands and South Wales are worst affected by the problem.




Met department has advised people in the affected areas to reduce strenuous outdoor exercise, especially if they get a sore throat.

Also those with lung and heart conditions have been warned to avoid strenuous activity while others with sore eyes, coughs and sore throats were advised to reduce the amount of time they spend outside. 

Read more about it at: Mail Online
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Monday, March 24, 2014

Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 ended its fateful journey in Southern Indian Ocean

Today, after some 16 days since the Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 went missing with 239 on-board, it has finally been announced by the Malaysian prime minster that the ill-fated aircraft ended its journey south west of Australia in the Indian Ocean.

The news finally puts an end to all speculations as the analysis of the available data has been carried out by  UK Air Accidents Investigation Branch and Inmarsat.

The search was diverted to the southern Indian Ocean when an Australian Air Force plane spotted objects large enough to be part of the ill-fated aircraft. However so far no physical contact with the debris has been made due to bad weather and a race is now on to reach the debris earlier than others.




Now that the announcement has been made, the only solace for the relatives of the passenger on-board the Boeing 777 would be to have their bodies found – if this could be done somehow.

In China, where relative and friends of more than 150 passengers of the Flight MH370 had gathered, many moving scenes have been reported - even some elderly people have been seen taken on stretchers to hospitals.

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Saturday, March 22, 2014

Consignment of lethal Lithium batteries aboard Malaysian Airlines flight MH 370

It has been over two weeks since the ill-fated Malaysian Airlines flight MH 370 disappeared and despite launching of the world’s biggest plane hunt no clue has yet been found – much to the agony of the friends and relatives of those 239 passengers onboard.

Australia had a few days ago notified that two large floating pieces of metal have been spotted by satellites and the hunt has since then diverted to the area – but nothing conclusive has as yet been found due to rough seas in the area.

Meanwhile conspiracy theories continue to make matters worse and complicated. Now the latest is that the CEO of the Malaysian Airlines has confessed that a big consignment of lithium batteries, commonly used in laptops, was aboard the ill-fated plane. These Lithium-ion batteries catch fire very soon and have already caused 140 mid-air incidents in last 20 years. It may be recalled that one cargo plane crashed in 2010 after attempting an emergency landing.




And in case these caught fire, the toxic fumes may have incapacitated the entire lot of passengers and crew onboard. 


But despite this latest admittance, the whereabouts of the plane or its debris is yet to be found. And the answer as to why the aircraft had diverted from its flight path are yet to be answered.

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Monday, March 10, 2014

No clue to the missing Malaysian Airliner

It has been three days since the missing of the Malaysian Air passenger jet but there no clues as to where the aircraft hass gone.


Despite hectic efforts by Malaysia, China and Vietnam the plane's wreckage has yet to be found - adding to the miseries of the relatives of the ill fated jet's passengers.





It may be added that Flight MH370 vanished from radar almost three days ago en route to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur, with 239 people on board.

In the meantime, China said the Malaysian authorities needed to "step up their efforts" to find the missing airliner, which had more than 150 Chinese nationals on board. 

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Friday, February 28, 2014

Britain braces itself for Heavy Snowfall today

Britain, which is already facing the wettest winter since 1766, is to receive a heavy dose of snowfall today - the last day of winter.


Met Office has issued a severe weather warning for snow sweeping across England and Wales for today.





As per the met forecast Midlands and north of England as well as some parts of Wales, will be most affected. And the spell is likely to commence from early Friday morning.

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Thursday, February 27, 2014

Four meter long 'surfing' crcodile leaves Asutrailan beach closed

Surfing crocodile forces beach closure in Australia

A salt-water crocodile up to four metres long found 'surfing' on Broome’s Cable Beach, in Western Australia - a popular Australian beach on the weekend forced the authorities to close the beach for the public, reports Mail Online.

By Sunday morning, the crocodile had moved on. Parks and Wildlife senior operation officer Dave Woods said he believed it was the same crocodile that had been spotted in a number of locations in the area around December.





It may be added that the sighting follows the disappearance of a 12-year-old boy last month, who was taken by a salt-water crocodile while swimming with friends in the Kakadu National Park in the Northern Territory.

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Banning British soldiers from training in Extreme Cold causes Amusement in local Norwegians

A file photo shows British soldiers training in snow conditions - and are being banned by health and safety rules from training at a military base in the Arctic circle - because it's too cold
British soldiers are being banned by health and safety rules from training at a Norwegian military base in the Arctic circle - because it's too cold.

This means that the British soldiers cannot join NATO counterparts in Porsanger, Norway.

Since temperatures can drop to -25C, but rules prevent soldiers from facing them.


Adherence to 'rules' has caused 'amusement' among locals, says a Norwegian officer. Locals at the Allied Training Centre in Porsanger in Norway said they were stunned that while Norwegian troops were out in -25C weather, the Brits were being kept in the warm because of the army rules.

Read more about it at: Mail Online
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Sunday, February 23, 2014

Floods unearth wartime unexploded bombs on British beaches


The recent floods in Britain have unearthed bombs of WW II, creating hazards for the locals.

it is reported that the storms that have ravaged and reshaped parts of the British coastline have led to the discovery of wartime shells long-buried on beaches.

Although it is reported that the explosives were dropped by Luftwaffe during the war. But the photo shows mostly unexploded mortar shells that seem to have been lost in crates and burred under the soft beaches.




The find also accelerates fears that explosives may be found along the Thames after flooding.

Read more about it at: Daily Mail
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