Thursday, November 27, 2014

Phillip Hughes Australian Batsman Dies, Aged 25

Phillip Hughes

  • Age: 25
  • Born: Nov 30, 1988
  • First Test: Aus v SA, Jo'burg, Feb 2009
  • Last Test: Eng v Aus, Lord's, July 2013
  • Tests: 26
  • Test runs: 1,535
  • Test average: 32.65
  • 100s: 3
  • 50s: 7
"Phillip took the blow at the side of the neck and as a result of that blow, his vertebral artery, one of the main arteries leading to the brain, was compressed by the ball. That caused the artery to split and for bleeding to go up into the brain, and he had a massive bleed into his brain. This is frequently fatal at the time".
"I think in this instance, this was a freakish accident because it was an injury to the neck that caused haemorrhage in the brain," Dr Brukner said.

Doctor describes Hughes injury as 'catastrophic'
Hughes was transported to St Vincent's Hospital. The head of trauma surgery there, Dr Tony Grabs, described his injury as "catastrophic".
"We haven't seen this at this hospital, this type of injury, so it is very rare and very freakish," Dr Grabs said. After carrying out an urgent CAT scan of Hughes's head doctors decided "an intervention into the brain" was required to relieve pressure.
"What sometimes happens in the brain is if you put blood around the brain, a small amount, you will start to become a bit drowsy," he said.
"If you put a lot of blood around the brain you will become unconscious."
Dr Grabs said Hughes was then taken to surgery where doctors removed some of his skull "to help to allow the brain to expand so it wasn't compressed". "The surgery took about 1 hour and 20 minutes or so and he was transferred back to the intensive care unit," he said. "After this we need to induce a coma to rest the patient and rest the brain and look after all the other bodily functions for him.
"Over a period of the first 24 to 48 hours, as we know, he did not make very much improvement. "Unfortunately as a consequence of the injury he died."

Sunday, November 16, 2014

Police Officers Extra-Marital Affair Messed Up

Police personnel, who speak of rules and need to protect people, are themselves indulging in unsocial activities. Karimnagar three town CI Thoticharla Swamy(35) and Warangal S.I Ch. Rajya Lakshmi(30) were caught indulging in sexual escapades in a hotel at Abids. They were caught red handed by Rajyalaxmi's husband Sunil Reddy. Sunil Reddy, who came to know of her affairs, asked his wife to stop her extra marital affairs. But Rajyalaxmi ignored him and continued her relationship prompting Sunil to get her caught red handed. Inspector Swamy fled away when he was taken to Police Station.

An affair between a circle inspector and a married woman sub-inspector led to dramatic scenes and a police case at Brindavan Hotel in Abids on Friday night. CI of Karimnagar 3rd Town Thoticharla Swami (35), who was deployed for Assembly bandobust in the city, allegedly visited the woman SI Ch. Rajya Lakshmi (30) from Warangal at her room in Brindavan Hotel on Friday night, but was caught red handed by her husband, who secretly came to check on his wife.

The scene of the SI’s husband sunil catching them red-handed and the CI running away from the room were caught on the hotel’s CCTV camera.Following a complaint by the SI’s husband the police booked a case of adultery and criminal intimidation against Swami and arrested him. The woman cop is treated as a victim and therefore no charges were slapped against her, sources said.

The SI’s husband Sunil Reddy, who is a software engineer working in Chennai, came to Hyderabad by flight unannounced to check on her as he doubted her character, a source said. 

The drama unfolded at 11 pm in the hotel, where the SI Ch. Rajya Lakshmi (30) was staying after she came to Hyderabad. The CI who was put up at Dwaraka Lodge in Saifabad went to her room after dinner. “Her husband came to the hotel and knocked on her room. When she opened, he found the CI in the room half-naked.

He forcibly entered the room overcoming his wife and confronted the CI, who threatened him with dire consequences. When the husband tried to call the police, Swami ran away from the room but was caught by the security guards and others,” said a source from the Abids police station. Soon the police arrived following an intimation from the husband and detained the CI.

Friday, November 14, 2014

World's Tallest Man Sultan Kosen Meets World's Shortest Man Chandra Bahadur Dangi

Rohit Sharma Creates History, Slams Record 264 to Become Highest ODI Scorer

Rohit Sharma smashed the one-day international record score by bludgeoning Sri Lanka's attack for 264 in Kolkata as India recorded a fourth successive win against the tourists.
The 27-year-old blitzed nine sixes and 33 fours from 173 deliveries as he raced past the previous best of 219 compatriot Virender Sehwag set against West Indies in 2011.
Incredibly it was Sharma's second ODI double hundred, having scored 209 against Australia in Bangalore just over a year ago, and he became the first man to achieve the feat.
Sehwag and former team-mate Sachin Tendulkar are the only other players to reach 200 in one-day internationals.
Sharma's innings, with Virat Kohli contributing 66 at better than a run-a-ball, helped India post 404 for five - the fourth-highest total in the history of one-day internationals - before they dismissed their opponents for 251 to go 4-0 up in the five-match series.
Sri Lanka were made to pay for dropping Sharma, who was eventually dismissed off the final ball of the innings, in only the fifth over when he had made just four.
Sharma's progress to 50 was relatively pedestrian, taking 72 balls, but from that point he unleashed an array of shots which destroyed the tourists' bowling attack.
The acceleration from 100 to 250 was phenomenal, taking just 66 deliveries, and although he was dropped a further two times, in the 46th and 47th overs, by then the game had gone well beyond the control of a demoralised Sri Lanka.
Sharma, playing his first ODI since injuring his hand in India's tour of England, became only the second man to reach 250 in a limited-overs game but the highest score of 268 from Surrey's Alistair Brown in 2002 came in a domestic match.

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

High-Octane 'Furious 7' Trailer Arrives With Insane Stunts, New Villains

for Furious 7, the seventh installment in the long-running, box office-toppingFast & Furious series, has arrived, giving moviegoers their first look at some of the film's insane stunts as well as the final big screen appearance of actor Paul Walker, who died in a car crash in November 2013. Production was initially halted on the film following Walker's death, pushing its release date from summer 2014 to April 2015.

The Furious 7 trailer opens up with one of the craziest stunts yet in any of the Fast & Furiousfilms: The crew parachutes out of a plane in their vehicles, landing seamlessly on a highway in pursuit of a machine gun-toting truck with human cargo inside, which Paul Walker's Brian O' Conner is tasked with rescuing. As producers previously revealed, Walker's character will gracefully bow out of the series rather than be killed off onscreen.

The film itself picks up where Fast 6 left off: After finally returning home to America following years on the lam, Vin Diesel's Dominic Toretto and his "family" are challenged by Jason Statham's Ian Shaw, the brother of Fast 6 antagonist Owen Shaw and the murderer of longtime Fast & Furious character Han in a post-credits scene in the last film. The rest of the gang, from Ludacris and Michelle Rodriguez to Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, all return alongside new characters played by UFC fighter Ronda Rousey, Ong-Bak star Tony Jaa and Kurt Russell in what seems like a villain role.

While Han, played by Sung Kang, won't appear in Furious 7, actor Lucas Black, who previously appeared as the lead in The Fast & Furious: Tokyo Drift, will return to the series. That's because Tokyo Drift, although the third film produced in the series, was actually the sixth film chronologically within the franchise's universe. Furious 7 realigns the timeline to present day. Furious 7 is also the first in the series to be directed by Sawand The Conjuring filmmaker James Wan.

Sunday, November 09, 2014

Wednesday, November 05, 2014

Land-Pooling Turns Into 'Farmer-Fooling',Says Ys Jagan

* YSRCP to fight to protect fertile farm lands
* Jagan roots for thorough debate on capital
* YS Jagan slams Babu's bulldozing tactics on capital city
YSRCP chief YS Jagan Mohan Reddy launched a blistering attack on Chandrababu Naidu government for its bulldozing tactics to set up the capital of the Andhra Pradesh state. Addressing a press conference, the YSRCP chief said: " We have clearly told in the Assembly that the capital should be set up at a place where at least 30,000 acres of the government land is available."
He further said that Chandrababu Naidu talked of land-pooling process, which is nothing but farmer-fooling process. This is the reason why the farmers are opposing Chandrababu's moves, he said.He assured the farmers that YSRCP would stand by them if the Government resorts to high-handed actions.
The YSRCP chief reminded that he had told in the assembly that at least 30 to 50,000 acres of land is needed to set up the new capital. "We have no objection for setting up the capital between Krishna and Guntur districts. But, the issue needs to be discussed in detail before deciding on anything. The government should not take away farm lands and deprive the agriculturists," he had said in the Assembly. The farmers in several villages of Guntur district are up in arms against the government's move to acquire their fertile lands to build the new capital.

Q & A With Ys Jagan Mohan Reddy

Tuesday, November 04, 2014


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