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Girisha Hosanagara Nagarajegowda bags first Paralympic medal for India

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Girisha Hosanagara Nagarajegowda gave India its first medal at the Paralympic Games after bagging a silver in the Men's High Jump F42 event in London.

The 24-year old from Karnataka, who has an impairment in his left leg, sailed over a height of 1.74m using scissors technique in the final of the event to finish second in the presence of an 80,000 capacity crowd on Monday night.

Iliesa Delana of Fiji won the gold, while Lukasz Mamczarz of Poland settled for bronze.

Although Delana finished on the same height of 1.74m as Girisha and Mamczarz but won gold on the basis of taking less jumps.

Girisha, who is supported by Samarthanam, a Bangalore-based NGO for the disabled since 2008, took part in a three week long pre-Games training camp at Basildon Sporting Village sponsored by the Government of India.


Updated -04 Sep 2012

Coalgate: CBI files FIR against 5 companies

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CBI filing FIR against five Companies in the coal scam shall be of lower priority. Main allegations of corruption in the allocation of coal blocks are targeted at the Government and not at the allottees. The CAG specifically charges the Government for the inaction in implementing a process of bidding in the deals. The allottees have no authority to decide on the process, leaving the responsibility entirely with the government. Loss to public exchequer, whatever the amount, is unpardonable. The issue therefore is not one which can be ended by the Government proceeding against the allottees. Government should have taken the CAG into confidence. Those responsible prima facie should, first of all, resign from authority, entrusting others to proceed with further actions including an impartial inquiry into the public loss and private gains. This shall be legal and moral obligation. Then only comes the question of cheating by the Companies.
Updated -04 Sep 2012

Supreme Court of India upheld the death sentence of Mumbai Terror Attack Convict Ajmal Amir Kas

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Supreme Court of India on 29 August 2012 upheld the death sentence of Mumbai terror attack convict Ajmal Amir Kasab. Upholding the death sentence of Kasab the Supreme Court bench of Justice Aftab Alam and Justice CK Prasad held that waging war against the country was the primary and foremost offence committed by the Pakistani terrorist.
Kasab along with nine other Pakistani terrorists had executed the country’s one of the deadliest terror attack on 26 November 2008. They had travelled from Karachi by sea and had gone on a shooting spree at various city landmarks including Taj palace hotel, in which 166 people were killed. While Kasab was captured alive, the other eight terrorists in his group were killed by security forces during the counter-terror operations.
The Apex Court’s order came after hearing to a petition filed by Kasab against the Bombay High Court’s decision to uphold his death sentence awarded by a special court. Since no advocate was ready to take the case, Raju Ramchandran, senior Supreme Court lawyer, was appointed the Amicus Curiea by the court.
Kasab was awarded the death sentence by a special anti-terror court on 6 May 2010 on charges of criminal conspiracy, waging war against the nation and various other provisions of the Indian Penal Code and the anti-terror law, Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act. Later on 21 February 2011, the Bombay High Court had upheld the special court’s verdict on 19 different charges under the IPC, the Arms Act, the Explosives Act, the Explosive Substances Act, the Foreigners Act, the Passport Act and the Railway Act.
With the Supreme Court dismissed his mercy petition, Kasab can move to the President of India seeking mercy. President of India holds the authority to pardon a death convict. As the Supreme Court confirmed his death sentence, became the 309th prisoner on death row in India. If executed, he will be the 52nd person to be hanged after India got independence
Updated -31 Aug 2012

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A drop of water is worth more than a sack of gold to a thirsty man.............
Updated -31 Aug 2012

How to Construct a Low-Cost Water Filter

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Instructions

1>Find a plastic container to use as a filter housing, such as a 5-gallon plastic bucket. Punch a pinhole into the bottom of the bucket.

2>Stuff the bottom of the bucket with scraps of cloth. This fabric will create a layer that is permeable to water but not the other components of the filter.

3>Pour enough sand on top of the cloth to create a 3-inch layer.

4>Crush charcoal into small chunks and powder by beating it with a hammer or grinding it with a rock, and layer it on top of the sand. You want enough enough ground charcoal to create a 3- or 4-inch layer.


5>Alternate the layers of sand and charcoal until you have reached a point 4 or 5 inches from the top of the bucket. Leave this part of the bucket empty to serve as a filling reservoir.

6>Hang the bucket from a rack or set it on a stand so that you can place a jug, bottle or bucket underneath the pinhole in the bottom. Fill the reservoir at the top of the bucket with water; the filter and gravity will do the rest.

Tips & Warnings
This type of filter removes contamination from chemicals, organics and solids but not bacteria. The latter is a serious problem if the local supply of treated water has failed. To remove bacteria, take one of two steps. Either boil the water before pouring it into the filter, or add drops of chlorine to decontaminate the water after filtration. Avoid chlorinating your water before putting it in the filter, as this degrades the charcoal more quickly.



Updated -26 Aug 2012