Whatever you thought of this weekend’s debut Game Awards, but the open-world survival game’s surprise confirmation for PlayStation 4 could signal a 2015 final release. was taken to Sanford Medical Centerin Fargo with life-threatening injuries the report said The report said it isn’t known if Bahl or Hahn were wearing helmets and the report did not indicate why Bahl fled the scene or the nature of the traffic stopThis is the shocking moment a Bentley driver smashed into a pensioners car at high speed before fleeing the scene on footRightly or wrongly Bentley drivers already have a bit of a reputation for being – how can we put it diplomatically – complete arseholes and this particular bloke certainly wasnt doing anything to dampen the stereotype Forty-six-year-old Richard Plum was driving his motor at 85mph on a quiet village road when he went skidding into a kerb and hit the oncoming car The frightening footage was caught on 74-year-old Tim Edwards dashcam and shows the luxury Bentley Continental come speeding towards the vehicle before careering into it and sending the pair flyingCredit: ViralHog Plum fled the scene of the collision – in what was supposed to be a 20mph zone – but was tracked down by police from blood left on his airbag Edwards Ford span 360 degrees into a wall in a little road in Old Amersham in the Chiltern Hills but miraculously the pensioner escaped without a scratch Speaking to the Daily Mail Edwards said: "I pulled out when the road looked clear and all of a sudden this Bentley came out of nowhereCredit: ViralHog "I remember thinking hes driving fast and a couple of seconds later he crashed into me "There was no time to be frightened or anything like that it was over in a flash" Plum pleaded guilty to dangerous driving and failing to stop after a road accident and was jailed for 14 months with a driving ban of four years and seven monthsCredit: ViralHog "I was in a pretty sturdy car which took the impact well otherwise it couldve been a lot worse" added Edwards "In fact the other driver was more seriously injured hed left blood all over his airbag He climbed out of the drivers side window called a friend who arrived a few minutes later in another car and they drove off "I didnt say anything to him and he didnt say anything to me These modern cars are able to contact emergency services automatically on impact and an ambulance arrived within five minutes followed by a fire engine and police "Ive driven past the accident spot several times since It hasnt really had too much of an effect on me luckily Although I think the sentence handed out was far too lenient" Plum admitted the charges at Wycombe Magistrates Court on October 16 and was sentenced at Aylesbury Crown Court in January Featured Image Credit: ViralHog Topics: Uk news and in the past, violent and tumultuous" on the day of the pasture march. Trump is usually a social media juggernaut, of which candidates have the most energized online supporters, on his own homepage, His refrain over taxes,” Dr.com.
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Walz told Forum News Service Sunday morning that at least he was right in one prediction. preparedness,response andrecoveryin order to lessen the impact of disasters" Yet in Kerala right from a wrong call on when to open the sluice gates; to releasing the water after the dams had overflowed; to not issuing adequate warnings to those living downstream and not ensuring everyone had been evacuated or reached to safe places – the government was grossly unprepared Although the government had issued a red alert and advised people living on both sides of the Periyar river to move to safer places the flooding of houses happened as people believed that the sluice gates would be opened in phases Obviously there was a communication gap Dam safety expert N Sasidharan as reported in a Firstpost piece said "The authorities waited till the water level in the Idamalayar reservoir reached its capacity of 169 feet If it was opened when the water level reached 165 feet it would not have necessitated the evacuation of many people in the downstream areas This is the result of poor planning by the disaster management authority" This view was corroborated by another dam expert Nayan Sharma in a Firstpost interview who said "It is a known scientific reality that no gate of any dam with a full reservoir should be opened all of a sudden It should be opened gradually within a long span of time to prevent flooding But in the case of Kerala it was seen that the gates of 35 dams were opened at the same time which resulted in the massive flood" Rescue efforts As has been the practice in India when dealing with disasters it’s the military that swings into immediate action to lead the rescue efforts The armed forces are trained to be focussed unflappable under pressure and lead coordinated rescue and relief efforts In Kerala too whether it was in airlifting or rowing out stranded people; or reaching drinking water food clothes and medical supplies it was the armed forces that were in the forefront This is not to take away from the efforts of good Samaritans and corporates and other state governments who rushed aid men and material to the beleaguered state And this is the goodwill we need to tap into and create trained rescue teams who can be rushed in during times of disasters We are a one billion plus nation with enough resources skill sets and abilities which can be called upon Corporates have the funds and would be more than willing to invest in the training of these disaster management teams as part of their corporate social responsibility (CSR) Changes in Company law in 2014 has mandated that businesses with annual revenues of more than Rs 10 billion must give away 2 percent of their net profit to charity Other than donating to the Prime Minister’s Relief Fund corporates are constantly looking for opportunities to put this money to good use The disaster management teams thus formed should comprise all sections of society— employees from relevant government departments— like fire police local administration employees of corporates students from educational institutions and ordinary citizens Our National Policy on Disaster Management directive is to put a proper disaster management system in place The themes that underpin the policy are: Community-based disaster management including last mile integration of the policy plans and execution; Capacity development in all related areas; Consolidation of past initiatives and best practices; Cooperation with agencies at the national regional and international levels; and Compliance and coordination to generate a multi-sectoral synergy Relief and Rehabilitation The floods might have receded in Kerala but the focus now shifts to relief and rehabilitation The state has ahead of it a long and arduous climb back to normalcy The long-term impact of a disaster could take the toll of a state and its people In the short term Kerala would have to prevent the outbreak of epidemics in the relief camps while it continues to provide food drinking water clothes and medicines to those in the camps And in the long term it would have to get into the reconstruction of the state Landslides and floods have destroyed homes private and public property businesses and trades Skilled teams of plumbers electricians carpenters builders would be needed to clean repair and rebuild homes offices private and public infrastructure This would include repairing and rebuilding bridges and roads which caved in during the floods In response to a public interest litigation a division bench of the Kerala High Court suggested that the state government start immediately the exercise of assessment of the damages caused in the flood and also formulate a long-term concrete rehabilitation plan Kerala would need financial aid men and material to build back the state Many people have lost their livelihoods and would need help to get back on their feet So it is not clear why the Centre would refuse financial aid being offered by other countries for flood relief operations in Kerala The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has reportedly offered $100 million (around Rs 700 crore) Qatar has offered about Rs 35 crore ($5 million) and the Maldives has offered $50000 (Rs 35 lakh) for the flood-affected people in Kerala The total loss from the floods is estimated at Rs 21000 crore with an immediate demand of Rs 2500 crore so any help should be welcomed especially as this is being offered for a natural disaster If the country continues to refuse foreign aid on the premise that it wants to be self-reliant then Kerala would have to borrow heavily from the market Central aid has only been a paltry Rs 600 crore and the financial aid offered from other state governments is not much either Many state governments also have floods in their own states to worry about The July rescue of the 12 young footballers and their coach from a flooded cave in Thailand which caught the world’s attention could not have been as successfulif Thailand had refused outside help Several international experts — engineers doctors military personnel and divers were involved in the rescue of the boys and their coach Thai authorities 13 foreign divers and five Thai Navy SEALs undertook an intricate operation that also cost the life of one Thai Seal diverbefore the trapped children could be rescued When Japan was hit by a massive earthquake and tsunami in 2011 91 countries offered financial aid and help in rescue efforts Among these 91 countries was India too which was ready to send search and rescue teams and relief material to Japan The Indian Navy was also on standby to send its ships to Japan Seeking humanitarian help from a willing international community does not take away from our national pride How quickly Kerala rebuilds itself would depend on how quickly it gets all the help it needs – whether from within the country or outside the country Also Read Kerala After The Flood: India needs to go beyond leaning on its military for relief and rescue to deal with disasters Kerala After The Flood: Tendency to back development despite warning from ecologists creates ground for future disasters The question on every Wall Street trader’s mind these days: “What do millennials like” Or at least it should be according to a new report released Tuesday by Morgan Stanley’s equity strategy team The report paints a pretty compelling picture of the millennial generation’s spending power five years out First in terms of sheer size millennials outnumber baby boomers as the largest demographic group But more importantly they are aging into some of the spend-happiest years of their lives In the average lifecycle of the American shopper spending tends to spike between the ages of 25 and 39: Where they choose to spend that money could pay serious dividends to a few savvy stock pickers Which brings us back to the question “What do millennials like” “Fast casual dining hotels buying online gaming (social and online less so casinos) eating organic and healthy and working out more” writes Morgan Stanley’s consumer stock researchers They winnowed down a shortlist of 15 companies that hit those millennial sweet spots and presented them as a “millennial basket” for investors’ consideration before the flood: Contact us at [email protected]” Contact us at [email protected] security and stability. winning the 1998 mega event at home and Euro 2000. 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