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Wednesday, July 13, 2011

16 pounds, 1 ounce and 2 feet long baby born in Texas

July 11, 2011-Texas
                It's beautiful boy baby JaMichael  , weighted with 16 pounds,1 ounce and 2 feet long baby.

 JaMichael  is now in the list of gusiness record as largest baby.

The Guinness World Records recorded that a woman by the name of Anna Bates, from Canada, gave birth to a 23-pound baby in 1897. The baby died 11 hours later.

JaMichael is expected to be fine with only a few minor problems.

 Baby with his mother

  JaMichael difference from normal baby.

Sunday, July 10, 2011

Google Street View Cameras Halted In India

         Google’s  infamous Street View camera cars only set to work on the streets of Bangalore last month, but already Indian authorities have ordered Google to suspend taking images because it has not secured the necessary security clearance. Google has said that after Bangalore, it plans to map all major cities in India the 27th country in which the firm plans to launch Street View. As well as cars, Google had been using some tricycles with Street View’s chunky camera equipment attached.
            Local police were concerned that Bangalore has several military institutions, and a statement given by Google to the AFP confirmed that Google had suspended the operation following a letter from Bangalore’s police commissioner.
           Street View concerns in developing countries are significantly different to obstacles Google has hit recently in Germany and Switzerland, which were about privacy and data retention. Street View Brazil reportedly snapped dead bodies, while in India there are also sensitivities in the wake of the Mumbai attacks and from several bombings in Bangalore itself.

Life is possible even without legs

Saturday, July 9, 2011

Army officer shot Dilson

             A day after 13-year-old Dilson was shot dead allegedly for trespassing into an Army area, the Tamil Nadu government has handed over the case to the Crime Branch-CID.
           "Our officers and local officers are investigating. Any further information we will let you know," said CB-CID ADGP R Sekar.
            The Army had earlier indicated that a civilian or a policeman could have opened fire and that no arms were permitted in the area. But more than 24 hours after the incident, there is still no clarity on where the investigation stands. Under fire, the Army has now come out with a statement assuring cooperation in the probe.

            But there are still several unanswered questions -
  •  Have the police identified the bore of the bullet that killed Dilson? 
  •  Since the Army uses particular types of bores, won't that be conclusive evidence? 
  •  Is it possible that armed civilians can be roaming around a restricted Army area? 
  •  Why are the police not treating this as a case of murder? 
  •  Has the Army allowed any of its jawans to be questioned by the police?
          Meanwhile, the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights has also stepped in and demanded a report from the Tamil Nadu government.

          "Such an innocent activity as plucking of a fruit can lead to this is shocking...We have taken suo moto cognizance and have asked the chief Secretary of Tamil Nadu to submit a report," NCPCR Member Secretary Luv Verma.
  It's a shocking case, which raises several crucial question and hopefully, the postmortem report may reveal more details and the CB CID would be able to achieve a breakthrough soon and nab the culprit.

Thursday, July 7, 2011

Prisoner in a suitcase

         A Mexican prisoner hoped to escape for freedom by packing himself into his girlfriend's suitcase.

         Guards at the jail in the southeastern town of Chetumal grew suspicious when the woman seemed nervous as she wheeled out the bulging bag after a conjugal visit with the prisoner.

         Opening the luggage, guards found  Juan Ramirez folded into the fetal position in his underpants and socks, a spokeswoman for local federal police said on Tuesday.

Saturday, July 2, 2011

Maldives Paradise

        Maldives is beautiful vacation destination that has everything a man needs for a great island vacation - white sands, clear waters and perfect weather.
        Paradise Island Resort is one of the most striking features in Maldives. The islands attraction lies in its first class service with a variety of stragically located restaurants and the widest possible range of sports both on land and on the sea.
         Paradise Island, opened in 1994 is located in North Male' Atoll, which is 9.6km from the Airport. Paradise Island is 1km long and 230 meters wide and has beach all around with an excellent marine life around.

To visit the Maldives is to witness the slow death of a nation.
           The country is portrayed by travel companies as a tropical paradiseTo the naked eye, the signs of climate change are almost imperceptible, but government scientists fear the sea level is rising up to 0.9cm a year. Since 80% of its 1,200 islands are no more than 1m above sea level, within 100 years the Maldives could become uninhabitable. The country's 360,000 citizens would be forced to evacuate. The Maldives' survival as a sovereign nation is truly at stake.