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Tuesday, September 13, 2011

How to Stop Floods - Precautions and Suggestions

Floods in all the world especially in the third world is great misery for poor people.Every year millions of people displaced and thousands died.Animal and agriculture face serious loss.Economy of the particular country come down and all the country suffers.This situation is very much familiar for Pakistan.
There are many things to-do to stop the floods.Dams and Strong canal and drainage system can decrease the the threat of floods and in this way electricity can be produced.Get clean dams,canals and drains before the rainy seasons.Government should aware the people about rainy and floods situation before rainy seasons.If we made Dame in every District then we can solve both issue of floods and load shedding.Please do this once to live safely in future life.

Saturday, April 23, 2011

Easter terror alert

Northern Ireland on Easter terror alert

In an unusual move, the province’s police force warned the public to be extra vigilant “due to the severe threat level posed by terrorists”.
The Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) said it believed dissident terror groups were “intent on trying to murder officers in the coming days”.
The warning comes after rookie Catholic police officer Ronan Kerr was killed in a car bomb attack on April 2 and the discovery of a massive car bomb left in an underpass beneath the main road linking Belfast and Dublin on April 7.
Authorities fear dissident republicans opposed to the peace process are increasing attacks ahead of May 5 elections in the province and a visit by Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II to the neighbouring Republic of Ireland from May 17 to May 20.
“Dissident terrorist groups are continuing to identify officers and target them with the single objective of killing them. And, in so doing, their reckless actions will also put the lives of our wider communities at risk,” a PSNI spokesman said.
“The public will see an increased visible police presence over the coming days and weeks and we ask for their patience with their officers if they are inconvenienced due to police activity.
“We are taking these steps to keep communities and their officers safe. We would not do this if it was not absolutely necessary to protect life.”
The public alert, issued on Good Friday, comes 13 years after the Good Friday agreement, which largely ended three decades of sectarian bloodshed in Northern Ireland and put the province on the path to peace between Protestants and Catholics.
It also comes as thousands of mainstream Catholic republicans supporting the peace process prepared to hold dozens of commemoration parades to mark the 1916 Easter Rising against British rule.
Three men were arrested Friday when police stopped a car in Keady, a town close to the Irish border.
The PSNI described the arrests as “significant” and it is understood a number of undisclosed items were taken away for examination.
The men were detained as part of a security operation which also involved police from the Republic.
Meanwhile a 33-year-old man was to appear in court Saturday after being questioned by detectives investigating Kerr’s murder.
The suspect is accused of possession of firearms and explosives with the intent to endanger life and possession of articles likely to be of use in terrorism.
A group claiming to be former members of the paramilitary Irish Republican Army claimed responsibility for Kerr’s murder in a statement shown to the Belfast Telegraph newspaper.
The IRA ended its armed campaign in 2005, though dissident splinter groups still persist.
“The will of Irish republicans to resist the forced occupation and partitioning of our country has not been defeated,” the statement said.
“Irish republicans have continued to organise against the British presence in our country. We continue to do so under the name of the Irish Republican Army. We are the IRA.”

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Court releases Raymond Davis

ISLAMABAD: An Additional Sessions judge Wednesday set free CIA contractor Raymond Davis, who killed two Pakistanis on a busy road in Lahore, after payment of blood money (Diyat) in accordance with Sharia law of Pakistan, sources said.

Talking to Geo News, Punjab Law Minister Rana Sanaullah said the court released Raymond Davis after the family members of the murdered men appeared in the court and pardoned the US National after an agreement was reached between the two sides. “He has been released from jail and now it is up to him to leave the country whenever he wants,” the Minister added.

The killings by Raymond Davis in Lahore in January strained relations between Pakistan and US, who repeatedly insisted Davis was an embassy employee and enjoyed diplomatic immunity, particularly after it emerged he was working for the CIA.

A spokesman for the US embassy in Islamabad said he could not immediately confirm the report. Lawyers for the families of the two men shot dead in a busy Lahore street on January 27 said they had been held for four hours at the jail court where Davis was being tried on Wednesday, but had not been allowed to witness proceedings.

Blood money, or ‘Diyat’ is a provision under Islamic sharia law in which compensation can be paid to relatives of those killed to secure a pardon, and is commonly used to resolve such cases in Pakistan.

The Davis case had sparked protests in Pakistan, with religious groups angrily denouncing the American who claimed he acted in self-defence to fend off an armed robbery when he shot dead the two men.

US authorities insisted Davis was protected by full diplomatic immunity, but the Pakistan government refused to back that claim and a decision on his status was on Monday deferred by the Lahore high court for criminal judges to decide.

Revelations that Davis was a CIA contractor heaped pressure on Pakistan's embattled government and further ramped up burning public mistrust of Washington, damaging fragile relations between the two wary allies.

A third Pakistani was struck down and killed by a US diplomatic vehicle that came to Davis' assistance in the January incident. US officials denied Pakistan access to the vehicle, and the occupants are widely believed to have left the country.

Police have said they recovered a Glock pistol, four loaded magazines, a GPS navigation system and a small telescope from Davis' car after the January 27 shooting. The United States postponed a round of high-level talks with Afghanistan and Pakistan following failed attempts to free Davis, and US lawmakers threatened to cut payments to Pakistan unless he is released.

Monday, March 14, 2011

Cooling system fails in another reactor at Japanese nuclear plant

Another reactor at Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant lost its cooling capabilities Monday, a government official said.
The problem was detected in the plant's No. 2 reactor Monday afternoon after an explosion rocked the building containing the plant's No. 3 reactor, Chief Cabinet Secretary Yukio Edano told reporters.
"We think that the hydrogen explosion in (the building housing) reactor No. 3 caused the cooling system of reactor No. 2 to stop working," Edano said.
Water levels were falling and pressure was building up inside the No. 2 reactor, he said, and officials were working on a plan to release gas and also inject seawater into that reactor.
Workers have been injecting seawater in a last-ditch effort to cool down fuel rods and prevent a full meltdown at two other reactors at the plant -- No. 1 and No. 3 -- after an 8.9-magnitude earthquake and ensuing tsunami Friday knocked out the reactors' cooling systems.
Japanese officials have said that they are operating under the presumption that there may be a partial meltdown in the No. 3 and No. 1 nuclear reactors. Authorities have not yet been able to confirm a meltdown, because it is too hot inside the affected reactors to check.
There are six reactors at Tokyo Electric Power Company's Fukushima Daiichi plant, located in northeastern Japan about 65 km (40 miles) south of Sendai.
A buildup of hydrogen in the Fukushima Daiichi plant's No. 3 reactor building caused Monday's blast, authorities said, which injured 11 people and sent white smoke billowing above the nuclear plant.
But the explosion did not damage the reactor or result in significant radiation leakage, Edano told reporters.
The explosion blew away the roof and walls of the building housing the reactor, Japan's Kyodo News reported. A similar blast occurred Saturday at the plant's No. 1 reactor.
On Sunday, Edano warned that the same sort of explosion could occur in the No. 3 building.
After Monday's blast, authorities ordered at least 500 residents remaining within 20 kilometers (12 miles) of the plant to stay inside, Edano said. About 200,000 people evacuated the area over the weekend after a government order.
"There is no massive radioactive leakage," Edano said.
Even so, public concern over the possibility remained rampant Monday -- even outside the evacuation zone.
"Everyone is talking about it. There seems to be a real fear about this, an anxiety about it," said CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta, reporting from a school serving as an evacuation center about 100 kilometers (62 miles) away from the Fukushima Daiichi plant.
Low levels of radiation were detected at least as far as 100 miles northeast of the plant, according to the U.S. Navy, which repositioned ships and planes after detecting low-level "airborne radioactivity."
The Navy's statement, however, provided some perspective, noting that the maximum potential radiation dose received by any ship personnel when it passed through the area was "less than the radiation exposure received from about one month of exposure to natural background radiation from sources such as rocks, soil, and the sun."
The Tokyo Electric Power Company said in a statement late Sunday that radiation levels outside that plant remained high.
Kyodo, citing the same company, said that there were measurements of 751 microsieverts and 650 microsieverts of radiation early Monday. Both are above the legal limit, albeit less than one reading recorded Sunday.
A microsievert is an internationally recognized unit measuring radiation dosage, with people typically exposed during an entire year to a total of about 1,000 microsieverts.
Authorities early Sunday noted high radiation levels at another plant, located 135 kilometers (85 miles) away in Onagawa. The International Atomic Energy Agency later said that Japanese officials reported that levels had returned to "normal." It also said the increase detected earlier "may have been due to a release of radioactive material from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant."
Most experts aren't expecting a reprise of the 1986 Chernobyl meltdown, which killed 32 plant workers and firefighters in the former Soviet Union and at least 4,000 others from cancers tied to radioactive material released by the plant.
Analysts said Japan's crisis is unique.
"This is unprecedented," said Stephanie Cooke, the author of "In Mortal Hands: A Cautionary History of the Nuclear Age." "You've never had a situation with multiple reactors at risk."
Japan's 54 nuclear reactors provide about 30% of the country's electricity, according to the World Nuclear Association.
Daiichi's No. 1 reactor -- the oldest of six boiling-water units at the site, according to the nuclear association -- began commercial operation in March 1971. The No. 2 reactor began commercial operation in 1974, and the No. 3 reactor followed two years later.
"Nuclear facilities in Japan ... were built to withstand earthquakes -- but not an 8.9 earthquake," said James Walsh, a CNN contributor and research associate at MIT's security studies program.
The crisis has stoked fears of a full-on nuclear meltdown, a catastrophic failure of the reactor core that has the potential for widespread release of radiation.
Officials are working to prevent such a calamity by injecting seawater and boron into the affected reactors -- even though salt and boron will corrode the reactors, rendering the Daiichi plant inoperable.
"Essentially, they are waving the white flag and saying, 'This plant is done,'" Walsh said. "This is a last-ditch mechanism to try to prevent overheating and to prevent a partial or full meltdown."
The situation -- part of what Prime Minister Naoto Kan called the "toughest and most difficult crisis for Japan" since the end of World War II -- has national and global repercussions as authorities and scientists debate the dangers of nuclear power.
Cooke said that it may take years to fully assess the damage at Japan's worst-hit reactors, much less to get them working again. And authorities may never definitively determine how much radiation was emitted, or how many got sick because of it.
If the effort to cool the nuclear fuel inside the reactor fails completely -- a scenario that experts who have spoken to CNN say is unlikely -- dangerous amounts of radiation could be released into the atmosphere or water. That could lead to widespread cancer and other health problems, experts say.
Authorities have downplayed such a scenario, insisting the situation appears under control and that radiation levels in the air are not dangerous.
The Daiichi plant has a containment vessel, which theoretically would capture radioactive material if a full meltdown occurs.
Edano has said there have been no leaks of radioactive material at any plants. Radioactive steam has been released intentionally to lessen growing pressure in the two Daiichi reactors -- in an amount authorities have described as minimal.
Despite such evidence, Noriyuki Shikata, a spokesman for Japan's prime minister, said Sunday the situation was "under control." His remarks came before Monday's explosion.
Cooke, also editor of Nuclear Intelligence Weekly for the atomic-energy community, said she's not convinced the Japanese are in control.

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

The Oscars Truth?

The beautiful actress and singer is in the best shape of her life, as those obnoxious Weight Watchers ads never let us forget.
And her Versace gown is stunning.
But something about her cleavage is just bothering us. From the two-tone skin color to the painful-looking smashed top to the cut just showing a little TOO much, it's making us slightly uncomfortable.
Like at any minute, one could pop out and it would be the nip-slip seen 'round the world and we will just be left here saying a bittersweet "told ya so."
Well, we certainly hope it doesn't happen. But it's distracting us from whatever she is saying.
Which is probably better than us focusing on her hair, which really, let's face it, is even worse than the deep v.
There, we said it.

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Lindsay Lohan Latest look is thin and tired -At the time when she faces judge again

Lindsay Lohan’s ongoing legal drama seems to be taking its toll.
The “Mean Girls” star has been charged with felony grand theft for allegedly stealing a $2,500 necklace from a Venice, CA jewelry store.
Looking wan and tired as she entered Judge Douglas Schwartz’s courtroom Wednesday morning, Lohan faced the possibility of up to a year in State Prison if she doesn’t accept the prosecutor’s plea deal and loses her case in court, or a lesser, yet certain, jail sentence if she does accept a deal.
“It looks like the stress is starting to get to Lindsay,” psychotherapist Dr. Jenn Berman, who does not treat Lohan, tells FOX411. “She appears to have a more somber attitude, dark circles under her eyes which could indicate a lack of sleep, and a significant weight loss—perhaps as much as 10 pounds.”

Sporting a messy ponytail and wearing an outfit by Chanel—including a pair of high-waisted ivory pants that revealed her frail frame, Lohan looked far worse than her most recent court appearance, where she made headlines for revealing a body-hugging white minidress.

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