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Outstanding News in Pictures: August 17, 2011

On August 17, 2011, two leading politicians of Russia Dmitry Medvedev and Vladimir Putin had a full day of go fishing and diving in show of unity on the Volga River. This is one of the most outstanding news in pictures we want to deliver you today.

Russian President Dmitry Medvedev and Prime Minister Vladimir Putin had a rare one-day meeting on the Volga River in southern Russia’s Astrakhan region on August 16. . The two leading politicians started their one-day trip with a walk, then did some spin fishing and dived in green wetsuits in the murky waters of the Volga River. Both of them still refused to reveal whether they will run for president next March in 2012.

These images of Dmitry Medvedev and Vladimir Putin on holiday in the Astrakhan region of Russia, about 800 miles south of Moscow, on August 16

32-year-old Susanne Eman and her two sons, Brendin do their weekly shopping trip at the local supermarket in Casa Grande, Arizona

Susanne Eman is in the process of trying to become the fattest woman of all time. She is already 50 stone and is aiming to reach a whopping 115 stone by engorging more and more food every day.

The picture captured the anti-gravity yoga class at Om Factory in New York

An activist lying on the ground during a protest in front of the Mexican embassy, in Guatemala City, Guatemala

This man did like that for demanding justice for Julio Fernando Cardona Agustín, a Guatemalan migrant killed on the outskirts of Mexico City after some hours he was arrested by police.

The scence of palm tree race celebrating 66th anniversary of Indonesia’s Independence Day in Jakarta on August 17

 

Priests attend the Catholic Church’s World Youth Day opening mass at Madrid’s Cibeles Square ahead of the Pope’s visit

 

The Basketball Arena at the London 2012 Olympic Park is seen during a test event between Serbia and Croatia

 

This is three-year-old Mariam Jele having her father wash her hair in a camp for Somalis displaced by drought and famine in Mogadishu

 

 

Dmitry Medvedev and Vladimir Putin go fishing on Volga

 

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Outstanding News in Picture: June 27, 2011

Yesterday, June 27, like other days, the whole world witnessed a lot of events captured by impressive photos

On June 27, to show off their excitement and satisfaction, thousands of Libyans danced and shouted excitedly along with the streets of the rebel fortress of Benghazi after the International Criminal Court enacted an arrest warrant for Moammar Gadhafi who becomes a crime against humanity for killing civilians who rose up against his rule. Moreover, the court also issued warrants for Gadhafi’s son Seif al-Islam Gadhafi, his inheritor, and for Libyan intelligence chief Abdullah al-Sanoussi. All three men were accused of killing, injuring, arresting and imprisoning hundreds of civilians during the first 12 days and of trying to cover up their alleged crimes.

Thousands of Libyans celebrated in rebel-held Misrata’s Freedom Square after receiving the news of an arrest warrant issued against Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi by the International Criminal Court on June 27

Outstanding News in Picture: Libyans celebrate Gadhafi arrest warrant

Protesters in Athens, Greece gestured in front of the parliament during the fourth week of their protest against austerity measures

Thousands of homes are submersed in floodwater as the Souris River crests as seen from the air in Minot. The Souris River on Sunday surpassed its 1881 record level of 1,558 feet above sea level and flooded estimated 4,000 homes in the city. Historic flooding in Minot, N.D., caused by heavy spring rains and a melting snow pack, has submerged 4,000 houses and businesses and forced more than 11,000 people to flee their homes.

Mobile homes were submersed in floodwater as the Souris River crests as seen from the air in Minot

Serena Williams of the U.S. reacted during her match against Marion Bartoli of France at the Wimbledon tennis championships in London on Monday, June 27. More impressively, yesterday was a dull day of Wimbledon fans when at the same time they have to witness their stars Serena, Venus, No. 1 Wozniacki ousted

This image shows Brad Goll of Austin, Texas, working to turn 150 tons of sand into a giant sandcastle on June 27, in Pittsburgh’s Point Park. The project will be finished after 10 days of sculpting for the start of the Pittsburgh Regatta, July 2

A monk grabbing a tiger through its tail captured by an amateur photographer named Hendro Hioe travelling through the Kanchanaburi province in Thailand when he heard from locals that a monk had befriended a tiger family

This is outstanding picture of NGC 3132, or the Eight-Burst Nebula. In this representative color picture, the hot blue pool of light surrounding the binary system is energized by the hot surface of the faint star

Girls throw rose petals on lying babies during the festival of El Colacho in Burgos, Spain. During the bizarre festival, men were supposed to dress as the devil, jumping over babies in the street

Michael Leitch and Luke Thompson of Japan’s national team, tackle Akihito Yamada of Japan’s Top League XV, during a charity match to fund reconstruction of areas devastated by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, at the Prince Chichibu Memorial Rugby Ground in Tokyo

This outstanding image shows Riot police walking past a bonfire set by fans of River Plate in Buenos Aires

 

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Mary Rose is currently a lecturer on society. In her free time, Mary is fond of joining social activities. Her goal is to provide up-to-date news and articles on society and culture.

Outstanding News in Pictures: 7 September 2011

The image of open cluster NGC 2100, solid 18K gold spectacles, impressive structures using hundreds of one-Yuan coins and image of Apollo 17 landing site on the Moon are among the outstanding news on 7 September 2011.

The amazing image of the open cluster NGC 2100 is stunningly captured by ESOs New Technology Telescope (NTT). The bright star is about 15 million years old which can be found near a satellite galaxy of the Milky Way in the Large Magellanic Cloud. As can be seen from the picture, the cluster is surrounded by glowing gas from the nearby Tarantula Nebula. More importantly, the brilliant cluster star has the closet proximity to the impressive Tarantula Nebula and the super star cluster RMC 136.

The stars are shown in their natural colors

British wildlife photographer Chris Weston excellently captured the shot of herd of wild elephants crossing a river delta in Zimbabwe

Xiong Wei, a Chinese engineering student from the school of Aeronautics and Astronautics at Zhejiang University, constructs the impressive structures using hundreds of one-Yuan coins

The Apollo 17 landing site is seen in the Moon. The picture is taken by NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO)

Fishermen pass the dead fish at a fish farm in Shuikou Reservoir in Gutian county in southeast China’s Fujian province. The reason of this mass death of millions of fish is still a mystery

This pair of solid 18K gold spectacles is the most expensive lenses on the plane. CliC Gold spokesman, Ron Lando, said “It’s not only eye-wear, it’s jewellery – the type of person who would buy this is someone who cares about their eyes, and has a lot of cash”

 

Members of the Greenpeace icebreaker Arctic Sunrise help to form the Leonardo da Vinci’s sketch ‘The Vitruvian Man’ on the Arctic sea ice

In the picture is one of largest hydropower turbines in the world pictured in Windsor Castle on route to a nearby weir for installation. The Archimedes hydropower turbines were built by South East Power Engineering

People attend the annual “Cascamorras” festival in Baza, southern Spain and cover themselves in grease. The festival was inspired by a dispute between the villages of Baza and Guadix over the possession of the image of the Virgin of Piedad

 

 

Apollo 17 landing site

 

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The Endocrine News Application for the iphone

With a survey shouting out that 8.3% of the population alone in the US alone having diabetes, the diseases relating to the autoimmunity is also on the rise. Managing the Endocrine malfunctions is a significant step to live a normal life for the infected person.

For autoimmune diseases, though the cure is a probability factor the controlled effect on the life of the infected individual is possible with the advancements in the technology in the healthcare domain.  With the interference of the Smartphone technology in our lives is a boon for the people with chronic diseases as diabetes or endocrine disorders. The Endocrine news application under study has all the features that it takes to be a right alternative to a real time human diabetic and endocrine disorder specialist. The application proves to serve the patients and healthcare specialists effectively with a significantly reduced cost. An Endocrine Online News Service Provider developed this application in order to sort endocrine related updates and news collected from around the world. The updates in all formats are collected from the host website. The news collected is sorted by most recent or by most popular that can be set by the user. Sharing the content with friends or concerned people is also an option with this application. A daily dose of breaking news articles, blog posts, video podcasts from the website podium.

Social media networks being a part of the human life the developers have incorporated a feature of sharing articles on endocrine disorder over the leading and upcoming social networks like Facebook, Twitter and others. With an absence of a internet connection while on the move, the application is flexible enough to accommodate saved information and access the same in case of connectivity related issues. In such cases, the users can save the information for later use.

The related videos can be viewed in no time by streaming the video signals directly from the News Network thereby giving the output to the users without any wait time. With the Endocrine News application on your favorite iphone, the users can be online to access to the latest from The Cardiology News withnearly all the content including breaking news, in the journals, Trial Scorecards, from the podium, multimedia and more. Mhealth applications like the Endocrine Today news app serves the people in a better way by reducing the healthcare cost and keeping track of the developments regarding the treatments of the endocrine disorders. When you download the application for free from the app store, you are prompted for a registration procedure to access information for the Endocrine today website. It is a one step registration process and the same credentials are valid for the website also. After the registration, the users can access the most recent and fresh content can be procured along with cover stories and the most popular columns regarding the endocrine disorders by eminent health care specialists of Endocrinology. The search results appear with typing a related keyword in the search bar of the application with no tedious efforts from the user. The information access is seamless with this application and is a perfect tool to track the Endocrinology information in no time.

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News Portal Development: Be First to Know Your Planet

Life is made extremely easy for our next generation. World has become mobile and so are the services. Planning a tour, paying bills, or shopping for grocery was never so easy. Reporting to police, tracking your complaints, or participating in the events can also be done while cooking.

Activities ranging from managing business to minding kids at home can be done through your finger tips. With the help of portal development and technological enhancements, we are soon to see every activity—at home or office or any premise for that matter–being managed with your finger tips.

Similarly, news is at your fingertips these days. Various news portal web development offers the “always-stay-connected” services. Now, if you have a smart phone you are always updated and ahead of the world accessing news portals.

Smart Phone and the news portal development

Well, there is no need to access a news web portal too. These portal web development offers notification services. When you enroll for the particular news application online, you only have to register with them and subscribe to daily newspapers and updates. Your smart phone notifies of each news update.

Unlike newspapers, online news uploads new story every now then. It offers vast pool of information more than what could accommodate in a 30 page newspaper. It comprises of blogs and articles from well-known writers widening your horizon and helping you explore beyond casual news. A view expressed by highly intelligent persons on a specific topic is another innovative feature. Many platforms allow individuals to air their views hitting on a reply button.

Connection with social networks

News portal development can also be found connected to various social networks. BBC and other world and regional news channels have shaped a social network page to attract huge masses. Twitter is the most popular platform for news updates. You can add your favorite news channels out there and see what’s happening.

As I enjoy watching “the newshour”,—A debate show—I have added “Times now” in my Twitter account. It throws a topic to be debated everyday and allows me to re-tweet or reply. This approach makes me feel connected to the media and creates a real sense of people’s contribution in media reports.

Personalization, customization and easy archival

The best part of the news web portal development is customizations. The personalization enables you to get all the required news in a user-friendly form, tailored to suit your requirements. Ranging from choosing theme for your app to checking news for a specified section, this is a feature that no other medium can offer.

I love the multi-lingual support. Staying connected to your language is very important and what can be other effective source than reading news in you regional language? News portal web development is an efficient, hassle-free and the most interactive platform.

No more do you have to believe in “news once lost is lost forever”. News archives are the great treasure to find something old and popular from the database without bothering. Portal development solutions has literally put out everything in the public domain, lets get together to use it to the optimum!

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Hindi News: Voice Connecting faraway

Cricket is like a natural instinct to Indians like their reflex actions. Indian hearts beat for it and blood boils. The level of enthusiasm is not shared by our national sports Hockey. Certain individuals reach to the extent of ignorance about hockey being the national sports of India. Cricket News in Hindi hence enjoys more than fair share of Indian attention. Every moment counts and every update matters when a match is in action. It has also given birth to the concept of “live”. We have Hindi Newspaper, News Channels, Sports Channels, etc. to provide us every minute detail. Hindi news is of great consequence because this language has maximum reach in India. When the issue is Cricket, reaction gets exponentially hyped with the understanding given by Hindi.

News comes to us in various mediums, presentations and languages. We know many popular names that fill the daily chore of life as news providers. We are majorly presented with the option of English and Hindi newspaper when it is breakfast time. Both are similar with few exceptions here and there. One prominent difference is the brusque familiarity of Hindi and sophisticated impersonality of English. This thought might not gain unanimous consensus but it is certainly not an individual observation. English might enjoy the entitlement of being most spoken still Hindi remains the voice of India. So is the case with Hindi News.

Language facilitates easy communication. Due to this reason Cricket news in Hindi is enjoyed most by us. In discussions and live commentary, Hindi takes the lead. Being an overrated sport in Indian context, small information regarding it becomes big news. Hindi just makes sure that it reaches every corner of Indian peninsula. English only fulfills the criteria of being global language to reach to rest of the non-Hindi world. Hindi in a way integrates otherwise left-alone small towns and villages to the metro cities. Howzzzzzzzzz that!

English might have taken a shape of trend more than a forced necessity for young generation but people prefer their daily dose of information as Hindi news only. The study may come as a surprise to many but nevertheless a truth! Hindi Newspaper does more than its job of filling our chore of daily life. Apart from keeping us updated, it invokes sentiments that may actually be new to us. Sentiments like surprise, shock, amusement, disappointment, and patriotism are few of them. Who would have fathomed the impact of any language until discussed at length like this?

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Outstanding News in Pictures: August 18, 2011

A Brazilian in the 23rd year of sleeping in coffin once a week to honor his lost friend, stages collapse at Pukkelpop music festival in Belgium, funnel cloud over Wilmington, N.C. and so on are the most impressive news that happened during the last 24 hours.

It is fantastic to hear that every Friday night for 23 years, Zeli Ferreira Rosse from Brazil sleeps in the coffin to honor a friend who died in 1988. The two had promised to buy the coffin of whoever died first. Rossi’s friend bought him a coffin when he mistakenly thought Rossi had died in a 1983 car crash. After that, Rossi recovered and when his friend died in 1988 of multiple stab wounds he started sleeping in the coffin to honor his memory. Rossi shared that his weekly sleeping habit became public last month when his 14-year-old grandson wrote a story about him for his school’s newspaper.

61-year-old Zeli Ferreira Rosse and his wife reenact how Rosse sleeps in a coffin on Fridays in Minas Gerais, Brazil on Wednesday August 17

 

A few days after the fatal stage collapse at the Indiana State Fair which killed four Sugarland fans and injured around 40, there has been another tragedy at Pukkelpop music festival in Belgium, one of Europe’s largest outdoor festivals. On Thursday August 18, at least three people were killed and over 70 wounded at this accident just as the Chicago band The Smith Westerns were about to step onstage. Luckily, the band was physically unharmed, although all of their equipment was destroyed.

Stages collapsed Pukkelpop music festival in Belgium, killing at least three and wounding over 70

The scene of Space shuttle Atlantis‘ engines removing in Florida

Some people are mourning British soldier killed in Afghanistan

The picture of a funnel cloud in Wilmington, N.C., on Thursday August 18

Several people were killed and unknown others were injured on Thursday when gunmen attacked vehicles in southern Israel near the Egyptian border

Local residents run away from waves of a tidal bore surging past a barrier on the banks of the Qiantang River in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, China, on August 17

Children are playing on a giant shoe car on display at a mall in Jinan, Shandong Province, China

Princess Catherine Wedding Doll and Prince William Doll have been released, dressed and accessorized by British designers. The dolls will be on sale at www.arklu.com and all major toy retailers

 

Outstanding News in Pictures: Stages collapsed Pukkelpop music festival in Belgium

 

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Outstanding News in Pictures: August 16, 2011

Most impressive news during the last 24 hours include drought and violence rage in Somalia’s largest city, Chinese hungry ghost festival, Deopokhari festival and 34th anniversary of the death of Elvis Presley.

In the Chinese tradition, the seventh month of the lunar year is considered the Ghost Month. Chinese always believe that the gates of hell are opened during the month and the dead ancestors return to visit their relatives. During this festival, prayers are offered to the dead and offerings of food and paper-made models of items such as televisions, refrigerators and sport cars are burnt to appease the wandering spirits.

Chinese Hungry Ghost Festival

Somalis residents must leave their home villages by famine and drought for a feeding center in Mogadishu, Somalia

On Tuesday 16, a cable car containing tourists was stranded between the Jochpass and Stand above Engelberg, Switzerland because of a malfunction of an emergency brake. Rescuers helped about half of the tourists abseil the ground while the other half were able to ride back to the Valley Station after the technical problem was fixed.

The scene of the stranded cable car the Jochpass and Stand above Engelberg, Switzerland

 

Yesterday marked the 34th anniversary of the death of Elvis Presley at Graceland in Memphis, Tennessee.

In picture, Charlotte Stone wiped tears as the song “Can’t Help Falling In Love” was played during a candlelight vigil

The picture of Deopokhari festival in Khokana, Nepal was held to appease a demon in the pond. In picture, people were taking a competition to grab a goat which was thrown into a pond

The Red Arrows were flying over Whitby Abbey on the final day of the Whitby Regatta in North Yorkshire

US Republican presidential candidate Texas Governor Rick Perry looked happy to get a corn dog from a vendor at the Iowa State Fair in Des Moines

Protesters with the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles hung up a sign which demonstrated the number of people who are deported by US Immigrations and Customs Enforcement each year

 

Outstanding News in Pictures: Hungry Ghost Festival 2011

 

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Outstanding News in Pictures: August 15, 2011

A new world record of the largest number of people ever to shower together was set, holidaymakers in “China’s Dead Sea”, Indian 64th Independence Day, Barack Obama and Rick Perry during their campaign bus are the most outstanding news on August 15 we want to deliver you.

On August 15, Britain broke the world record for the largest number of people ever to shower together as part of a campaign to encourage more sociable showering in the UK. The new world record was set when 152 Brits in bikinis soaped up under a huge six-metre shower structure on Bournemouth beach. The new Bournemouth record of 152 beat the previous record set in America two years ago when 145 people showered together in Illinois. More interestingly, festival goers will also be given the chance to enjoy the utmost shower experience including music from top DJs when it goes on tour to V Festival at Hylands Park on 20th and 21st August.

The new world record was set as 152 people showered together on Bournemouth beach

The scene of a Swiss-registered solar-powered vessel named MS Turanor Planetsolar, enters Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong

India celebrated its 64th Independence Day to mark its independence from the British rule at the Manek Shaw Parade Grounds in Bangalore on August 15

Some members of the gay and lesbian community were lying on a road in Mexico City to demand a stop to violence, discrimination and homophobia

Republican presidential candidate and Texas Governor Rick Perry during his campaign bus on Monday, August 15, in Des Moines, Iowa

US President Barack Obama was pictured with students at Chatfield public schools during his three-day bus tour in the Midwest centering on ways to grow the economy

 

India marks 64th Independence Day

 

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Outstanding News in Pictures: August 6, 2011

The dead bus accident in Ivory Coast killing at least 35 people, the venom of scorpions being used to make an anti-cancer medicine, and NASA’s JUNO spacecraft leaving the Earth to gather information on the Jupiter, are among the outstanding news in pictures on August 6, 2011.

Japanese researchers have used embryonic stem cells to grow healthy mouse sperm on laboratory dishes, which opens more chances of human illness treatment. Because stem cells not only are the body’s master cells and source of all cells and tissues, but also can develop into different types of cells and multiply, it is expected by experts to help treat diseases and disorders, including cancer and diabetes.

A pictures released on August 5, 2011 captures baby mice born from sperm that is produced from stem cells

Rescuers collect bodies of victims into a boat recovered from a lagoon in Abidjan, Ivory Coast on August 5, after an overcrowded bus plunges off the Felix Houphouet-Boigny Bridge, leaving at least 35 dead

The venom of a scorpion is extracted by a technician in Santa Clara, about 174 miles from Havana, Cuba on August 5, 2011. The venom is being used to make an anti-cancer medicine by Cuban scientists

NASA’s JUNO spacecraft, which takes five years to reach orbit around Jupiter and then spends one year gathering information on Jupiter’s magnetic field, atmosphere as well as interior, is seen from launch pad 41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, US on August 5, 2011

Fishing boats take shelter in Zhoushan, eastern China’s Zhejiang province on August 5, 2011 in preparation for Typhoon Muifa, one of the most powerful storms to strike the region in recent years with winds of up to 100 miles per hour

Thousands of fans cheer the performance of Ozzy Osborne during Wacken Open Air heavy metal music fest in Germany on August 5, 2011

Thailand’s first female Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, a US-educated businesswoman, gives a Thai traditional “wai” greeting at parliament in Bangkok, on August 5, 2011

Tiger Woods reacts after missing a birdie putt on the 8th hole during the second round of the Bridgestone Invitational golf tournament at Firestone Country Club in Akron, Ohio, Friday, on August 5, 2011

 

Yingluck confirmed as first female Thai PM

 

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