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  • Train passes along new track neighbouring the Newmarket station
  • Conservation Management Plan includes measures to halt poaching in and around the Malua Forest Reserve The below images demonstrate the danger posed by poaching in recent years
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  • Quickenberry Guesthouse Quickenberry Guesthouse is located in the high country above the Rakaia Gorge Set on Terrace Downs Golf Resort with rural views up the Rakaia River to the surrounding
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  • to live close to one another for the sake of security But by doing this they are presenting themselves to the Sunni fanatics as easy targets Handy map of Pakistan in context Map of main regional ethnic majority groups in Afghanistan and Pakistan
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  • but have no rights over it except for use of the slipway requires maintenance although putting a boat into the water without it is not a problem A gate house dog penn prevents anyone at the gate from seeing the house and majority of the grounds As you enter a wall is to the left above it
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  • which selected plants thrive A range of nearby fly over s provide good vantage points where the school could be viewed from different perspectives Cotton trees in full bloom in the park next to MKC
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  • Click here for a larger scale map showing the relationship of the Bylong Valley Way to Sydney
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  • The Karakorum Higway and the Hunza valley (North Pakistan1990) ATTENTION / CAUTION / VORSICHT / 注意危險 / حذر / PRECAUTION / ATENCAO / 주의! / Watch this movie only if you are interested by Pakistan in 1990. I have retrieved this old film of my trip in the north of Pakistan. It's not actual, but may be someone will be interested by theses old footage. The complete serie is composed of 9 videos The road from Islamabad to Peshawar (Pakistan 1990) The Khyber Pass (Pakistan/afghan boarder 1990) The streets and the bazars of Peshawar (in 1990) From Peshawar to Chitral ( East Pakistan 1990) The Bamburet valley (East Pakistan 1990) From Chitral to Gilgit (North-East Pakistan 1990) The Karakorum Higway and the Hunza valley (North Pakistan1990) From Gilgit to Islamabad via Babusar pass (North Pakistan 1990) Visit of Lahore (Pakistan 1990) The Karakoram Highway (KKH) is the highest paved international road in the world. It connects China and Pakistan across the Karakoram mountain range, through the Khunjerab Pass, at an altitude of 4730 metres, by far the highest paved international border crossing in the world. It connects China's Xinjiang region with Pakistan's Northern Areas and also serves as a popular tourist attraction. Hunza Valley (Urdu: ہنزہ) is a valley near Gilgit and Nagar vallies in the Northern Areas of Pakistan. The Hunza valley is situated at an elevation of 2438 metres (7999 feet). The territory of Hunza is about 7900 km² [3050 sq, miles]. Karimabad is the main town which is a popular tourist attraction in Pakistan because of ...
  • [APH] Terveisiä Norjasta (Please, read the description) Helloo~! Tomo again xD!! Nothing belongs for me, this is just a fan video. Pictures are from Deviantart and Photobucket, music is from Juice Leskinen´s album "Haitaribussi" (yes, song is "Terveisiä Norjasta"). Norwegians... Please, don´t kill me!! ^^" English lyrics: Regards from Norway, regards from fjord. Slave of flatlands thinks there looks bad. We are at the mountain slope, we just came from the ship. In horrible pinch, we have walked very much. (gibberish) Ships are coming ashore. Here would be enough work for the level. Coffee would stand in the cup, customers would be thankful. This ocean has also sloping bottom. Rhubarb is also growing more sloping as in Lohja. (gibberish) Ships are coming ashore. Because Norway is land where all is sloping. Cods don´t stay in the stacks because all stacks are so sloping. And Norway is land where all is sloping. Norway ne-ne-neighbouring country. Trolls would have lots of public at the gigs. Weaker guys have weaker future. Norway is land where all is sloping. That fisherman is angry because he´s just rowing the hill. Norway is land where all is sloping. Norway ne-ne-neighbouring country. Norwegians are whiring at Kollen with their skis. They support winners with their blue-crossed flags. (gibberish) ships are coming ashore. Because Norway is land where all is sloping. And they ski with waterskis at waterfalls. and Norway is land where all is sloping. Norway ne-ne-neighbouring country. Norway is land ...
  • Broken Martyrs - Sudan March 1996 The Sudanese civil war between the Arab north and the African south threatens to spill over into neighbouring countries. This rare insight from the front-line includes exclusive footage of Muslim prisoners of war captures by the African rebel force, the SPLA. We see that the conflict is spilling over to neighbouring Uganda. Here the fundamentalist Christian Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) wages its war against the Ugandan authorities. A cache of arms seized from the LRA show they are supported by Khartoum in an effort by Sudan to weaken Uganda, which in turn supports the SPLA. Includes moving testimonies of Ugandan ***agers abducted by the LRA and forced to fight with them. They were fortunate enough to escape.
  • Bavarian Forest Natl. Park: Hannibal fights the bark beetle Bericht in Deutsch mit Fotos unter Outside the Park's nature reserve the bark beetle is fought with heavy artillery, even within the borders of the Park. Never mind the size of the bark beetle, an adult reaches a mere 5mm in length and 1mm in width. Typically, it could only occupy a third of the diameter of a 1 cent coin. But, when this beetle, also referred to as the "Typesetter" attacks old stands of spruce in huge numbers the trees will die off in a matter of a few weeks. Above all, his larvae destroy the food- conducting lifeline phloem under the bark and therefore robs the trees of the food delivering source. Worldwide, National Parks aim to provide conditions for reestablishment of nature's unbridled laws . For that purpose large protected areas are set aside for it. As part of letting nature take care of the spruce forests we witness periodically its rejuvenation with the help of the bark beetle. This insect continues with its job through the millennium by killing off the older trees to make room for new growth. However,the National Park's policies have to take private landowners in account, whose carefully managed spruce forests border the National Park. They are part of a longstanding traditional force, a historically grown land management that depends on economic returns of the forests. So to protect neighbouring forests from the "Typesetter" beetle, several modern wood-harvesters are under contract to eliminate infested trees at the contact ...
  • Refugees flood Congo-Brazzaville The UN refugee agency in Congo-Brazzaville says it is expecting more displaced people to pour in from the neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo. The UN agency says that more than 120000 refugees are already crammed into camps in Congo-Brazzaville. They escaped ethnic fighting in the region and have been placed into 90 sites along a 500km stretch of the river Ubangi - the natural border between the two Congos. Many refugees are saying that they cannot go back to the DR Congo because they fear government forces and rebel militia groups, who the refugees claim are attacking people from their ethnic groups. DR Congo's massive mineral wealth has drawn in neighbouring countries into the conflict, exacerbating the refugee crisis. According to the New York-based Human Rights Watch (HRW), more than 1400 civilians have been murdered this year by both Congolese troops and rebels, sparking Africa's worst refugee crisis. The UN maintains the world's largest peacekeeping force in the DR Congo with some 19000 so-called blue helmets deployed in the country. And yet Fatoumatta Lejeune Kabba, the UNHCR spokesman in Congo-Brazzaville, says that nearly three months into this emergency, not even a quarter of the needs of the refugees have been met. Al Jazeera's Mohammed Addow reports from Liboko, Congo-Brazzaville, the centre of Africa's worst refugee crisis. [February 16, 2010]
  • After Tunisia, a rise of revolt in Algeria? REPORT - Algeria: After Tunisia a rise of revolt in Algeria? After riots in Tunisia neighbouring Algeria has also seen demonstrations break out. Some believe the departure of Zine El Abedine Ben Ali may give rise to a similar scenario in Algeria. After years of civil war, Algerian authorities are particularly watchful of events in neighbouring Tunisia. Here's more from our correspondent in Algeria.
  • Tibet protests spread to neighbouring provinces Anti-government protests in Tibet have spread to Gansu and neighbouring provinces with large Tibetan populations. Tania Branigan reports from Xiahe on the tense stand-off between monks, lay people and security forces
  • ♥♥Alexander McQueen Fashions♥♥ Just a slide show of various clothes made by the most unique designer of all time. Disclaimer:These images do not belong to me. Song Used: Lady Gaga Bad Romance (C) By Cherry Tree Records and ect. RIP Alexander Mcqueen Biography: Alexander McQueen was born in London on March 17th 1969, the youngest of six children. He left school at the age of 16 and was offered an apprenticeship at the traditional Savile Row tailors Anderson and Shephard and then at neighbouring Gieves and Hawkes, both masters in the technical construction of clothing. From there he moved to the theatrical costumiers Angels and Bermans where he mastered 6 methods of pattern cutting from the melodramatic 16th Century to the razor sharp tailoring which has become a McQueen signature. Aged 20 he was employed by the designer Koji Tatsuno, who also had his roots in British tailoring. A year later McQueen travelled to Milan where he was employed as Romeo Gigli's design assistant. On his return to London, he completed a Masters degree in Fashion Design at Central Saint Martin's. He showed his MA collection in 1992, which was famously bought in its entirety by Isabella Blow. Alexander McQueen shows are known for their emotional power and raw energy, as well as the romantic but determinedly contemporary nature of the collections. Integral to the McQueen culture is the juxtaposition between contrasting elements: fragility and strength, tradition and modernity, fluidity and severity. An openly emotional and even ...
  • How Does the Brain Navigate in Space Speaker: Edvard I. Moser (Kavli Institute for Systems Neuroscience, NTNU, Trondheim, Norway) Heller Lecture Series in Computational Neuroscience 22nd February, 2010 icnc.huji.ac.il The ability to find one's way depends on the brain's ability to integrate information about location, direction and distance. This ability is present across a wide range of species and, in mammals, depends on a phylogenetically conserved set of brain structures, including the hippocampus and the entorhinal cortex. I will show that the medial entorhinal cortex is part of this network, containing a two-dimensional metric map of the animals changing location in the environment. A key component of this map is the grid cell. Grid cells fire selectively at regularly spaced positions in the environment such that, for each cell, activity is observed only when the animal is at places that together define a repeating triangular pattern tiling the entire environment covered by the animal, almost like the cross points of graph paper, but with an equilateral triangle as the unit of the grid. Grid cells are topographically arranged in the sense that neighbouring cells have grid frequency and grid orientation and that the scale of the grid increases along the dorsoventral axis of medial entorhinal cortex. In medial entorhinal cortex and pre- and parasubiculum, grid cells co-localize with other recently discovered entorhinal cell types such as head-direction cells, conjunctive grid × head direction cells, and ...
  • Australia Tourism Commercial Parody Australia, officially the Commonwealth of Australia, is a country in the southern hemisphere comprising the mainland of the world's smallest continent, the major island of Tasmania, and numerous other islands in the Indian and Pacific Oceans.N4 Neighbouring countries include Indonesia, East Timor, and Papua New Guinea to the north, the Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, and New Caledonia to the north-east, and New Zealand to the south-east. For around 40000 years before European settlement commenced in the late 18th century, the Australian mainland and Tasmania were inhabited by around 250 individual nations of indigenous Australians. After sporadic visits by fishermen from the immediate north, and European discovery by Dutch explorers in 1606,[9] the eastern half of Australia was claimed by the British in 1770 and initially settled through penal transportation to the colony of New South Wales, founded on 26 January 1788. The population grew steadily in the following years; the continent was explored, and during the 19th century another five largely self-governing Crown Colonies were established. On 1 January 1901, the six colonies became a federation, and the Commonwealth of Australia was formed. Since Federation, Australia has maintained a stable liberal democratic political system and remains a Commonwealth realm. The population is just over 21.7 million, with approximately 60% concentrated in and around the mainland state capitals of Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, and ...
  • Kenya Explores Military Action The Kenyan government is on a high alert following the deteriorating security situation in neighbouring Somalia. There was a flurry of concerted behind-scenes maneuvers with Kenya exploring possible intervention measures, including military, to ensure the Somalia government does not collapse in hands of the insurgents.
  • Raw Video: Newly Spotted Giant Star Dwarfs Sun A huge star in a neighbouring galaxy could be the most massive star ever discovered, scientists said on Wednesday. (July 21)
  • US and Greek diplomats about Macedonian issue TRANSLATION HERE: In an impressive reappearance of Antonis Samaras upon an issue that has sealed his Political career: the Skopian. he obligated the American Diplomat into smiling with perplexity and the audience of The Economist, a not usually expressive audience, into a cheerful applause for the (Greek) representative of "New Democracy" (party) -Antonis Samaras:"big agitation and turbulence was caused by a commercial of a Vodka company from neighbouring Mexico where a Mexican map of 1830 was presented and showed Texas, California and other Southern States of the USA inside the borders of Mexico. the outcry was on such a scale in the United States that the company was made to retract the commercial and apologize. Think about such a provocation not to be made by a private company, but by the government of Mexico itself. Think about whether we would have an official reply by Washington.(applause) But yes, an exact behavior like that mentioned, with official maps that present parts of Greece inside the dominion of the neighbouring FYROM we have to deal with every day. [...]and Cuba is very small to challenge the USA, but USA still maintains the embargo against Cuba 45 years now." -American Diplomat Matthew Bryza:"we respect the way Greece feels about this issue. You are our ally. we know the history of this area. we know, as we talked about earlier with some of my colleagues, we know the History of Macedonia. we know who Phillip was, we know who Alexander was. We understand ...
  • KKH, Khunjerab pass and Hunza valley (Pakistan) The Karakoram Highway (KKH) is the highest paved international road in the world. It connects China and Pakistan across the Karakoram mountain range, through the Khunjerab Pass, at an altitude of 4730 metres, by far the highest paved international border crossing in the world. It connects China's Xinjiang region with Pakistan's Northern Areas and also serves as a popular tourist attraction. Hunza Valley (Urdu: ہنزہ) is a valley near Gilgit and Nagar vallies in the Northern Areas of Pakistan. The Hunza valley is situated at an elevation of 2438 metres (7999 feet). The territory of Hunza is about 7900 km² [3050 sq, miles]. Karimabad is the main town which is a popular tourist attraction in Pakistan because of the spectacular scenery of the surrounding mountains like Rakaposhi 7788 m (25551 ft), Ultar Sar (7388 m), Bojahagur Duanasir II (7329 m), Ghenta Peak (7090 m), Hunza Peak (6270 m), Darmyani Peak (6090 m) and Bublimating (Ladyfinger Peak) (6000 m). Hunza was formerly a princely state in the northernmost part of the Northern Areas of Pakistan, which existed until 1974. The state bordered the Gilgit Agency to the south, the former princely state of Nagar to the east, China to the north and Afghanistan to the northwest. The state capital was the town of Baltit (also known as Karimabad). The area of Hunza now forms the Aliabad tehsil of Gilgit District. Hunza was an independent principality for 900 years. The British gained control of Hunza and the neighbouring valley of ...
  • Grocery Shopping in Switzerland I got asked to stop filming!!! Hahahah....must be more stealthy next time although that's kind of hard with the big open spaces and staff members everywhere. Just a note, this is a really big store - most grocery stores here are not quite as big as this but many metropolitan areas have one or two of these megastores where you can also find a restaurant, a phone store, electronics, home hardware and a drugstore beside the grocery. Something I didn't address: the prices. Food prices in Switzerland are among the highest in all of Europe, for example much higher than in neighbouring countries like Germany or France. However, the quality of the food is in some ways also higher. Much of the meat comes from Swiss farms, and although the cost of having livestock in an expensive country like Switzerland is exorbitant, the quality of the meat is also really amazing. Organic food is very popular in Switzerland with usually a very large assortment available at all the big chain grocers. All organic food must be officially certified by an independent commission, and the criteria for becoming an organic farmer are very stringent. Swiss people in general care a lot about their food, where it comes from, the quality of the meat and produce, and the conditions the animals live in. However, all this comes at a pretty hefty price. Sometimes I wish food was cheaper and that Switzerland allowed more foreign imports to bring down prices, but on the other hand I think it is great that ...
  • How to Resize a Hard Drive from within Windows 7 This screencast takes a look at how to extend the size of your computers C partition using the tools within Microsoft's Windows 7. Extending the size of your C drive or any partition in your computer is a relatively straight forward process but it dose have its draw back. A Windows partition can only be extended in to its neighbouring partition which must be an unallocated space. This means that if the drive you are thinking of making larger has a neighbour that is in use that drive will have to be deleted! The only way round this if you are using Windows 7 to extend your drive is to back-up all the data on the neighbouring drive then delete it, extend C then replace your date, that's the draw back. Once all your data is safely taken care of the rest of the task is easy as this screencast will show. Please visit for more info and screencasts.
  • MALTA: Sliema and Balluta, St Julians MALTA: Sliema & Balluta, St Julians Sliema is a town located on the northeast coast of Malta. Its name is connected with the first words of the "Hail Mary" prayer, which in Maltese is "Sliem Għalik Marija". Sliem is the Maltese word meaning peace. St Julians is its neighboring town. Bustling towns for shopping, restaurants and nightlife, Sliema and St Julians are also major commercial and residential areas and houses several of Malta's most modern hotels. This video shows the general areas of Sliema and a glimpse of neighbouring Balluta Bay, St. Julians. It also includes some photos of vintage cars which were being exhibited while we were touring Sliema. Sliema population is circa 20000 and has a significant turnover of foreign expatriates who reside temporarily. Bustling town for shopping, restaurants and nightlife, Sliema and St Julians are also major commercial and residential areas and houses several of Malta's most modern hotels. This video shows the general areas of Sliema and a glimpse of neighbouring Balluta Bay, St. Julians. Population is circa 20000 and has a significant turnover of foreign expatriates who reside temporarily. Photos and movies by Choy Hong (Jasmine) Grech (The early 20th photos by late Chalres Bray) Video by Alfred & Choy Hong (Jasmine) Grech, Mosta, Malta. © jasalf5959 - 2009 ============================== Our Youtube Channels are: 1) jasalf5959 MASTER LINK: (Malta related videos) 2) malpen04 MASTER LINK: (Other non-Malta ...
  • Belgrade Pride Parade defies violent opposition Belgrade Pride 2010 began this morning in beautiful weather with a call for tolerance. The violence that erupted outside the venue of the march proved that tolerance is yet to be achieved. More than 1000 people gathered in this park before going on their march around the neighbouring streets. Among them were LGBT activists from neighbouring countries, Amnesty International activists and activists from other international organizations, EU ambassadors, Serbian politicians, representatives of Serbian civil society. Amnesty International's David Diaz- Jogeix said: "Today was a historic moment in Serbia -- the first time in a decade when the LGBT community and its supporters could freely gather -- with full and proactive protection from the police -- and celebrate diversity. We hope this will be a benchmark for future dialogue and tolerance in Serbia."
  • Inside Story - Foreign troops in Bahrain As neighbouring countries send troops to Bahrain, are they containing instability or spreading it?
  • The ***ondo Wonder Pt. 2 www.ntv.co.ke The concoction served up by retired Lutheran priest, 76 year old Ambilikile Mwasapile could be one of two things; either the most anticipated medicine ever, curing all ailments, or the centre piece of the biggest scam to have hit neighbouring Tanzania. But judging from the crowds that are being stopped from going to ***ondo to sample this medicine, many believe that it is the latter. In our final part of our two part series, The ***ondo Wonder, John-Allan Namu speaks to Ambilikile Mwasapile about his allegedly god given cure, finding yet more testimonies supporting it, in a tale that defies description.
  • My secret identity Season 1 ep1 part 1 Late 80s Canadian tv series about a boy who, gets accidently caught up in his neighbouring scientist's inventions- a photon ray that gives him superpowers, such as invunerability speed n flight.. Names himself ultraman. tho this was soon axed as the name was already taken by another programme - japanese sabans 'ultraman.' so ul soon see that the 2nd season theme doesnt include the name ultraman or the name mentioned again. Id imagine they got into some *** for using that name!
  • "Lombok, Indonesia" ***tours's photos around Lombok, Indonesia A TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow of a travel blog to Lombok, Indonesia by TravelPod blogger ***tours titled "Lombok, Indonesia". TravelPod is a company of TripAdvisor™. ***tours's travel blog entry: "What made us go to Lombok as we hade heard that there are not that many tourists who go since the riots ten years ago. It is a Muslim country and that has made it an unpopular destination since 9/11 too. So why did we go? Well - one day were were surfing the web (as you do) and we came across this lovely website which had private villas and a hotel overlooking the east coast of Bali on the neighbouring island of Lombok. We had never heard of Lombok. We had no idea how to get there. But boy oh boy, are we glad that we went!!!! This has got to be one of the MOST gorgeous private villas we have ever stayed in. What a joy to have browsed the web and found this gem ... the Qunci Villas and Hotel in Lombok. Compared to other places on the island, it is not cheap - but compared to western standards it is not expensive either and it was just SO lovely that it made it hard to leave the Villa to explore the rest of Lombok and its neighbouring islands. From the moment we got to Lombok, we realised that we had picked a really good time to come, as it was Ramadan - the Muslim festival - and songs filled the air, continually, day and night. It was brilliant! We woke to the call to prayer and we went to sleep to the call to prayer. The staff at the Qunci were unbelievable, as they catered ...
  • sudanese music & Ethiopian performing 22 The neighbouring countries at the east, as Eritrea and Ethiopia, the neighbouring countries at the south as Kenya, Uganda and Central African Republic take the Sudanese musical rhythm to colour it with their accents and dances. However, they have their musical fifth scale too and it is making unity in diversity too. This is actually, what brings people to unite through music and solve their darn political problems. Music gets the people together and it has a powerful political message to rebuild the forgotten unity and reunion the people visit http for more sudanese Ethiopian videos ezeyekum by girma gemechu
  • Reflections of War - 14 Feb 09 - Part 1 On December 27, 2008, Israel's already crippling siege on the neighbouring Gaza Strip escalated into a brutal war. Al Jazeera was the only global news network reporting from both inside Gaza and Israel for the entirity of the conflict. Throughout Ayman Mohyeldin and Sherine Tadros brought news of the human tragedy unfolding to living rooms throughout the English speaking world. They found themselves as vulnerable as the civilians of Gaza and now they give their full accounts of what it was really like to report that war.
  • Tunisian migrant exodus raise alarm in neighbouring Italy The unrest across North Africa has pushed some 15000 refugees to the shores of Italy this year. In response to the influx, the Italian government has sent its foreign and interior ministers to meet the Tunisian prime minister. Al Jazeera's Andrew Simmons reports from Minayo in Sicily, the location of one of 13 holding centres in Italy. (25 March 2011)
  • Somali refugees in Kenya A young Somali refugee, one of over 260, 000 people living in camps in neighbouring Kenya, talks about his dreams of earning a scholarship to study law, and then returning to Somalia to bring justice and leadership to his country. UNHCR
  • FAKE Australian! = Fauxstralian (Toby Tells Tales) http Australia (play /əˈstreɪljə/ ə-STRAYL-yə or /ɒˈstreɪljə/ o-STRAYL-yə,[9] or /ɔːˈstreɪliə/ aw-STRAY-lee-ə), officially the Commonwealth of Australia, is a country in the Southern Hemisphere comprising the mainland of the Australian continent (the world's smallest),[10][11] the island of Tasmania and numerous smaller islands in the Indian and Pacific Oceans.N4 Neighbouring countries include Indonesia, East Timor and Papua New Guinea to the north, the Solomon Islands, Vanuatu and New Caledonia to the northeast and New Zealand to the southeast. For at least 40000 years before European settlement in the late 18th century, Australia was inhabited by indigenous Australians,[12] who belonged to one or more of the roughly 250 language groups.[13][14] After sporadic visits by fishermen from the immediate north and discovery by Dutch explorers in 1606,[15] Australia's eastern half was claimed by the British in 1770 and initially settled through penal transportation to the colony of New South Wales, founded on 26 January 1788. The population grew steadily in the following years; the continent was explored and an additional five largely self-governing Crown Colonies were established during the 19th century. On 1 January 1901, the six colonies became a federation and the Commonwealth of Australia was formed. Since Federation, Australia has maintained a stable liberal democratic political system and is a Commonwealth realm. The population is 22 ...
  • Ramayan - Full Episode (EP # 01) King Dasrath and his army receive a tumultuous welcome in Ayodhya on their victory in a battle with neighbouring kingdom. Dasraths subjects hail him with cries of praise and adulation. His three queens express their relief and joy on his victorious return. The triumphant soldiers are welcomed back by their families. Their wives apply auspicious Vermillion tilaks on the foreheads of the men as a mark of respect and celebration on their safe and successful return. Their children touch their feet respectfully. King Dastrath is happy to see the reunion and observe the warmth of the soldiers families. He overhears a little boy telling his father that he too would like to go to the battlefield with his father to protect him. His parents hug him with pride. The childs concern for his father touches a sensitive chord in Dasraths heart. In his palace he muses over the childs words. Daasrath is in the ancestors room in the palace. He looks at the statues of his ancestors and his eyes turn moist as the thought gnaws him that he is childless and there is no son in his life to feel proud of him and take on the mantle of royal responsibilities. He wonders what would have happened had he been killed in the battle.I have no son to continue Raghuvansh lineage he tells the ancestors quietly in a choked voice. The three Queens enter the chamber and Dasrath shares his sad thoughts with them. Sage Vashisht arrives at this point and the all knowing sage tells Dasrath no to despair. He advises ...
  • A New Era In Exoplanet Science Science & Reason on Facebook: ESOcast 20: Richest planetary system discovered - A new era in exoplanet science (Release date: 24 August 2010). Astronomers using ESO instruments have discovered a remarkable extrasolar planetary system that has some striking similarities to our own Solar System. At least five planets are orbiting the Sun-like star HD 10180, and the regular pattern of their orbits is similar to that observed for our neighbouring planets. One of the new extrasolar worlds could be only 1.4 times the mass of the Earth, making it the least massive exoplanet ever found. This video podcast explains how these faraway planets were detected and exactly what we know about them. --- Please subscribe to Science & Reason: • • • • --- Astronomers using ESO's world-leading HARPS instrument have discovered a planetary system containing at least five planets, orbiting the Sun-like star HD 10180. The researchers also believe the system has two other planets, one of which would have the lowest mass ever found, making the system similar to our own Solar System in terms of the number of planets. Furthermore, the scientists find that the location of the planets follows a regular pattern, as also seen in our own Solar System The team of astronomers used the HARPS spectrograph, attached to ESO's 3.6-metre telescope at La Silla, Chile. HARPS is an instrument with unrivalled stability and great precision, and ...
  • Road project threatens Wildebeest spectacle www.ntv.co.ke Kenya's wildebeest migration, one of the world's greatest wildlife spectacles, is this year seeing millions of animals brave hungry crocodiles to reach grazing in the Maasai Mara, from the neighbouring Serengeti reserve in Tanzania. But the event is under a cloud, thanks to a plan by Tanzanian officials to construct a road across the Serengeti.
  • Lark Rise to Candleford - Season 4, Episode 5-1 Daniel is planning a cricket match against a neighbouring village team, who he is convinced cheated in their last match. He is determined to restore Candleford's honour, but most of Daniel's regular players are away, and the men of Larkrise are cricketing novices. A humiliating defeat looks certain, until Daniel discovers that the finest batsman in the county is right under his nose. The only problem is, his batsman is a batswoman, and the rules state women cannot play.
  • Robert Louis Stevenson Estate, Samoa (1080 HD) For more great information, photos and video about Samoa, see PleaseTakeMeTo's Samoa Travel Guide - The estate is about 10 minutes from Apia and incorporates the grand home of Robert Louis Stevenson, now restored to the same condition it was in when he and his wife lived here over a century ago. It is also an evolving museum with a tour that takes about 40 minutes and is quite interesting. There is a waterfall and swimming hole about 5 minutes walk away and there's also the option of hiking to the top of the neighbouring mountain where Robert Louis Stevenson and his wife Fanny are buried. The view from here takes in all of Apia and helps you understand why this great poet, novelist and travel writer chose it as his resting place for eternity.
  • A Bit More Of Sydney Nova Scotia A Bit More Of Sydney Nova Scotia,Music By The Eagles The Boys Of Summer. Sydney (2001 population: 24115) is a Canadian urban community in the province of Nova Scotia. It is situated on the east coast of Cape Breton Island and is administratively part of the Cape Breton Regional Municipality. Sydney was incorporated in 1904 and dissolved on August 1, 1995 when it was merged into the regional municipality. Sydney is the largest urban centre on Cape Breton Island. Together with Sydney Mines, North Sydney, New Waterford and Glace Bay it forms the Industrial Cape Breton region. History It was founded by Col. Joseph Frederick Wallet DesBarres in 1785, and named in honour of Thomas Townshend, 1st Viscount Sydney (also the Home Secretary in the British cabinet at the time). Lord Sydney appointed Col. DesBarres governor of the new colony of Cape Breton Island. Col. DesBarres landed a group that consisted primarily of poor English citizens and disbanded soldiers. A group of Loyalists from the state of New York, fleeing the aftermath of the American Revolution, were added to the immigrants upon their arrival in the neighbouring colony of Nova Scotia. The site DesBarres chose for the new settlement was along the Southwest Arm of Sydney Harbour, a drowned valley of the Sydney River, which forms part of Spanish Bay. Between 1784-1820, Sydney was the capital of the British colony of Cape Breton Island. The colony was disbanded and merged with neighbouring Nova Scotia as part of the ...
  • Mr Bean - Rescued by firemen OFFICIAL MR BEAN. Mr Bean tries to retrieve a ball from a neighbouring roof but needs to be rescued by firemen. From animated episode The Ball.
  • OFFICIAL SHAOLIN TRAILER China is plunged into strife as feuding warlords try to expand their power by warring over neighbouring lands. Fuelled by his success on the battlefield, young and arrogant Hao Jie sneers at Shaolin's masters when he beats one of them in a duel. When his family is wiped out by a rival warlord, Hao is forced to take refuge with the monks. As the civil unrest spreads and the people suffer, Hao and the Shaolin masters are forced to take a fiery stand against the evil warlords and they launch a daring plan of rescue and escape. Not since the legendary kung fu film Shaolin Temple stormed the world in the 1970's has a movie been given permission to film in the actual Shaolin Temple. This honour has been bestowed on this lavish modern production starring Andy Lau and Jackie Chan. Set for release in December, SHAOLIN is one of Asia's most eagerly anticipated film events.
  • 4i. NMR spectroscopy - Coupling Visit for notes on this topic. Thanks for watching! Explanation of coupling with two neighbouring protons. Formation of a doublet and a triplet. The n+1 rule, quartets, quintets. Part of a set of videos giving an introductory course on proton NMR, aimed at around A-level or International Baccalaureate standard. Includes dicussion of integration, chemical shift and coupling.
  • The Fight Against Impunity - Promoting Human Rights Worldwide In Rwanda in 1994 an estimated one million Tutsi men, women and children were slaughtered at the hands of government soldiers and Interhamwe militia. As a judicial response, the UN established the International Criminal Tribunal in neighbouring Tanzania to try the perpetrators of the killings - it's creation was to be a signal that the world would not tolerate crimes of genocide. In March of this year, ex-Liberian President Charles Taylor was arrested in Nigeria and transferred to the Special Court for Sierra Leone. He was indicted for his role in arming and funding the RUF in a brutal conflict in which tens of thousands died. Charles Taylor was personally charged with some of the worst crimes against humanity. The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia sits in The Hague, The Netherlands. Here, individual war crime suspects rather than entire communities are held responsible for their actions. Slobadan Milosevic died while his case was in progress but the tribunal has indicted one hundred and sixty others, for crimes against humanity across the former Yugoslavia. Charles Taylor ex-Liberian President In Rwanda in 1994 an estimated one million Tutsi men, women and children were slaughtered at the hands of government soldiers and Interhamwe militia. As a judicial response, the UN established the International Criminal Tribunal in neighbouring Tanzania to try the perpetrators of the killings - it's creation was to be a signal that the world would not ...
  • sudanese music & Ethiopian performing 21 The neighbouring countries at the east, as Eritrea and Ethiopia, the neighbouring countries at the south as Kenya, Uganda and Central African Republic take the Sudanese musical rhythm to colour it with their accents and dances. However, they have their musical fifth scale too and it is making unity in diversity too. This is actually, what brings people to unite through music and solve their darn political problems. Music gets the people together and it has a powerful political message to rebuild the forgotten unity and reunion the people visit http for more sudanese Ethiopian videos
  • Woyanne lost the war in Somalia Diplomats and ***ysts in neighbouring Nairobi believe the government will fall once Ethiopia completes its withdrawal, and secret plans have been made to evacuate government ministers to neighbouring Kenya. That may happen sooner rather than later. A shipment of Ethiopian weapons, including tanks, left Mogadishu port last month as part of the withdrawal. Bringing the equipment back to Ethiopia by land would have been impossible - ***ysts believe Ethiopian troops and their Somali government allies control just three small areas in Mogadishu and a few streets in Baidoa, the seat of parliament. There are now estimated to be just 2500 Ethiopian soldiers left inside Somalia, down from 15000-18000 at the height of the war.
  • The New Kuwait - Azerbaijan Sep 1997 The tiny former Soviet republic of Azerbaijan is set to become the next Kuwait. Its neighbouring Caspian Sea territory has oil reserves of more than twice the North Sea total. Already $22 billion worth of contracts have been signed with Western oil companies and oil executives are flooding into the capital Baku. Azerbaijan was one of the poorer Soviet republics because the oil was inefficiently exploited and the money stayed in Moscow. Now independent and devasted by war with neighbouring Armenia, Azerbaijan is carefully playing off Russian and Western oil interests. But fears remain that ordinary people will never see the vast wealth. Azerbaijan's war refugees are already a huge social catastrophe. Forced to flee her home in the war, Badam lives in a railway carriage with her family of seven. Azerbaijan lost 20% of its area in the war with Armenia and the government refuses permanent housing to its one million homeless, determined that one day they must return home. Azerbaijan's potential riches make it a highly strategic pawn in the greedy politics of the Caspian region. It remains to be seen if it can exploit this wealth to benefit its own people. Produced by ABC Australia Distributed by Journeyman Pictures
  • Onnis Community Gardens Viewed from the Neighbouring Bridge View of Onni Community Garden from the Granville Street bridge off-ramp.
  • Thoda Thoda Singers:SP Balasubrahmanyam, Chitra Movie:Indra Composer:AR.Rahman Indira (1995) is a feature film, in Tamil, directed by Suhasini Manirathnam. This film's score and soundtrack is composed by AR Rahman. The film revolves around a group of villagers from Maranur, India, and their clash with a neighbouring village leader, as their community begins to prosper. Soon money and greed threaten a will for peaceful coexistence between the two rivalling communities. The film stars Anu Haasan, cousin of the director Suhasini, as well as Arvind Swamy and Nasser in lead roles.