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  1. Feeling peckish: A Bazoule crocodile tucks into a dead chicken. Photo: AFP BURKINA FASO: Crocodiles may be one of the deadliest hunters in the animal kingdom, but in a small village in Burkina Faso it is not unusual to see someone sitting atop one...
  2. Eva Ascon, looks on next to rescue workers as they search for her rest of her family at the affected by the Fuego volcano at San Miguel Los Lotes in Escuintla Guatemala June 15, 2018. Photo: Reuters 1GUATEMALA CITY: Guatemala on Sunday ended its...
  3. Former president and PPP supremo Asif Ali Zardari. Photo: File NAUSHAHRO FEROZE: Former president and Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari said on Sunday that former prime minister Nawaz Sharif has brought Pakistan to a place...
  4. Every day we hear stories of people getting into road accidents. And in most cases, the accident victims aren't alive to share their ordeal. When we see an accident happen in front of our eyes, the first thing that all of us do is take out our smartphones. But, only a few call the police or the ambulance for help, rest of the people stand there and make a video or click pictures of it. In fact, sometimes, people turn a blind eye towards any accident out of fear, that if they intervene, they'll probably land in trouble or will have to go through numerous interrogations. Pexels Honestly, saving someone's life is not that difficult if we ensure that they get timely help, and one can do it without making videos of an accident. And Aloke Kumar, an Assistant Professor from IIM Calcutta knows it too well, after some good Samaritans saved his son's life. Professor Kumar recently penned a heartfelt post on Facebook, thanking all those people who helped his son reach home safely and get proper treatment, after he met with an accident a few days ago. His son Abhishek was returning from the Parsee Fire Temple at Metcalfe St, Lal Bazar in Kolkata, when he was hit by a speeding public bus. Abhishek was not only thrown off his two-wheeler, but also hit his head on the road and blacked out for some time. Facebook People who were gathered at the spot not only got him back to his senses, but did everything they possibly could at that time to help him. “He was offered water.” “Many called 100 for Police.” “Some offered to take him to SSKM Hospital but he requested them to call his father at his mobile.” “They rushed him home and one of them offered to stay until I arrived.” These were the words of Professor Aloke, who couldn't thank the people enough for their selflessness. Wikimedia (for representation) Professor Aloke concluded his post saying, “Who were these people who first came to his help, called the police, called me, reached him home, paid the cab out of their pocket? I DO NOT know any of them. This is Calcutta I always knew. This is Calcutta I stayed behind. This is Calcutta I love.” Stories like these and people like the ones who helped Abhishek are the reasons why we still have our faith in humanity restored. Did they do anything extraordinary? No. Did they find themselves in trouble for saving him? No. They did what everyone should do, but sadly don't. The only thing they got for their help was respect from Professor Aloke, his son Abhishek and every other person who is reading this story.
  5. Covering a staggering 6.6 million square miles of area, the largest country of the world Russia hosts the grand show - FIFA World Cup - comprising 32 teams from all over the world this year. Russia has decided to use 11 host cities for the total of 12 stadiums for the tournament. And, here's all you need to know about the venues: 1. Saint-Petersburg Stadium © Reuters Capacity: 67,000 It is situated in St. Petersburg and is one of the newest stadiums where the World Cup match will be played. It has an elegant design with a retractable roof which was constructed under the plan called 'The Spaceship'. It is also the home of the Russian club Zenit Saint Petersburg. 2. Fisht Stadium © Reuters Capacity: 48,000 The stadium is situated on the coast of the Black Sea in Sochi which is also the second longest city in the world. It was built for the 2014 Winter Olympics as a closed arena but was re-opened for the World Cup and other open-air sports in 2016. 3. Ekaterinburg Arena © Reuters Capacity: 35,696 It was built in 1957 in the city of Ekaterinburg and has been renovated recently because of its inclusion as a World Cup venue. Ekaterinburg is the easternmost stadium of the World Cup. 4. Kazan Arena © Reuters Capacity: 45,000 The capital and largest city of the Republic of Tatarstan, east of Moscow, Kazan occupies this marvellous arena. It is the home of the Russian Premier League team Rubin Kazan and boasts the largest outdoor LED screen in all of Europe. 5. Nizhny Novgorod Stadium © Reuters Capacity: 45,000 Nizhny Novgorod lies to the east of Moscow and boasts a brand-new venue built for the World Cup. It is embodied in what FIFA describes as a "semi-transparent undulating facade" and lights up beautifully at night. FC Olimpiyets Nizhny Novgorod will soon make the stadium their home. 6. Rostov Arena © Reuters Capacity: 45,000 Located in Rostov-on-don, this recently-built stadium has its seats organized in a way that provides a view of not just the pitch, but also the river and the rest of the city. FC Rostov will make the stadium their home after the conclusion of the World Cup. 7. Samara Arena © Reuters Capacity: 45,568 Situated in the south-eastern part of European Russia, it is another recently-unveiled stadium designed with spaceships in mind. With its dome structure, metallic look and Capacity to light up at night, it is designed around the theme of space to reflect the region's renowned aerospace sector. 8. Mordovia Arena © Reuters Capacity: 45,000 Saransk, the capital of the Republic of Mordovia holds the brightly-colored oval arena. It was originally designed and built to honor the Mordovian people and will become the home of FC Mordovia in future. It will probably host many other important sporting events in the region. 9. Volgograd Arena © Reuters Capacity: 45,000 Built on the site of the Volgograd's former stadium, it has a unique design. According to the FIFA's website, "the special way in which the stadium's roof has been constructed, with cables reminiscent of the spokes of the wheel on a bicycle, lends the arena an extra element of airiness". 10. Spartak Stadium © Reuters Capacity: 45,000 It was built in 2014 to finally provide Spartak Moscow, one of Russia's most successful and popular teams with a home stadium. The facade is made up of many diamond-shaped panels that are usually Spartak's red and white but can be changed to reflect the teams playing. 11. Kaliningrad Stadium © Reuters Capacity: 35,000 The smallest of the World Cup venues by Capacity, Kaliningrad Stadium is actually situated on Oktyabrsky Island, which sits in the Pregolya River that runs through the city. The design is based on Munich's Allianz Arena and will host Baltika Kaliningrad in the future. 12. Luzhniki Stadium © Reuters Capacity: 80,000 The site of the 2018 World Cup Final, Luzhniki Stadium is home to the Russian national team and regularly hosts domestic cup finals. Situated in the rolling meadows around the Moskva River, the massive stadium is only part of an even bigger complex used for a variety of sports.
  6. I am not a fan of 'Game of Thrones' but I am still eagerly waiting for the winter to come. Why? Because Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone are expected to get married this November. Now, this is not a fangirl speaking. I am just excited to know about this Switzerland wedding, after all the hype that has been created around it. Also, to ensure that these wedding rumours don't amount to nothing. And I am sure I am not the only one thinking this way. Bhansali Productions From Ranveer Singh doing a recce of the wedding venue in Switzerland to Deepika Padukone buying her wedding jewellery with her mom, we have heard all sorts of rumours around their wedding. And now, if the recent reports are anything to go by, we already know where the couple is going to live post their wedding. Reportedly, Ranveer has purchased two floors in the building where he lives with his family in Mumbai and all the major reconstruction is being supervised by the bride-to-be herself. Looks like the couple will be staying close to Ranveer's parents. Is it going to be a fancy one like Virat-Anushka's Rs 34 crore sea-facing love nest? We don't know about that. But, given how quirky Ranveer Singh is in real life, I believe the interiors will be a sight to look at. Instagram As for their wedding, the couple might go the Virushka way – an intimate wedding followed by two grand receptions, one in Mumbai and one in Bengaluru. Although their wedding venue and the wedding itself is not confirmed yet, the details are quite on point, even for the rumour-mills' standards. And given how both Ranveer and Deepika haven't denied any of these speculations yet, these rumours are only growing strong with each day. So we are quite excited about this one. Twitter On the work front, after playing the goddess queen Padmavati, Deepika will now play India's first female superhero in a movie. As for Ranveer, he has already wrapped up the shoot for 'Gully Boy' and is now busy with Rohit Shetty's 'Simmba'.
  7. Former US president Barack Obama pictured dining with Anthony Bourdain, who died in an apparent suicide on Friday, at a noodle shop in Vietnam. Photo: CNNHANOI: The owner of a Hanoi noodle shop where Anthony Bourdain slurped down ´bun cha´ with...
  8. Urooj Butt

    Where the Sidewalk Ends

    There is a place where the sidewalk ends And before the street begins, And there the grass grows soft and white, And there the sun burns crimson bright, And there the moon-bird rests from his flight To cool in the peppermint wind. Let us leave this place where the smoke blows black And the dark street winds and bends. Past the pits where the asphalt flowers grow We shall walk with a walk that is measured and slow, And watch where the chalk-white arrows go To the place where the sidewalk ends. Yes we'll walk with a walk that is measured and slow, And we'll go where the chalk-white arrows go, For the children, they mark, and the children, they know The place where the sidewalk ends. ---- Where the Sidewalk Ends by Shel Silverstein
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