Ceremony venue changed in Raipur Kamal Nath sworn in as Madhya Pradesh CM
Jaipur Bhopal Raipur, Dec. 17 (IANS): Congress veterans Ashok Gehlot, Kamal Nath and Bhupesh Baghel were on Monday sworn in as new Chief Ministers of Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh, ending BJPs rule in the Hindi heartland.
New Delhi: After victory in the recently concluded assembly elections, the Congress will take the reigns from the BJP in the three Hindi heartland states today. Following lengthy discussions and deliberations, the Rahul Gandhi led party had named the Chief Ministers of Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh who will take oath today.
Political leaders from across the country and political spectrum have wished UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi on Sunday on the occasion of her 72nd birthday, even as the Congress has planned different celebrations in various states, before a large get together scheduled for later in the day. She will also chair a CWC meeting. Congress media in charge Randeep Surjewala shared a throwback picture of himself with the former Congress president on the occasion:
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This is how it stacks up against the International Space Station, a fully operating orbiter where astronauts continuously live and perform experiments. Tiangong 1. CMSE
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Illustration of China's 8 ton Tiangong 1 space station (Credit: CMSE China Space Engineering Office)DETROIT Southern Michigan is listed within a region of Earth identified as having the highest probability of debris landing from a free falling Chinese space station. According to the Aerospace Corporation, Tiangong 1 is predicted to reenter the Earth 's atmosphere about April 3, 2018. The organization identified specific regions of the planet where debris from the space station could fall. A portion of southern Michigan is included on the northern quot;yellow band quot; region, which has a quot;higher probability quot; of encountering debris from the Chinese spacecraft. From aerospace.org: There is a chance that a small amount of Tiangong 1 debris may survive reentry and impact the ground. Should this happen, any surviving debris would fall within a region that is a few hundred kilometers in size and centered along a point on the Earth that the station passes over. The map below shows the relative probabilities of debris landing within a given region. Yellow indicates locations that have a higher probability while green indicates areas of lower probability. Blue areas have zero probability of debris reentry since Tiangong 1 does not fly over these areas (north of 42.7 deg; N latitude or south of 42.7 deg; S latitude). These zero probability areas constitute about a third of the total Earth 's surface area. The Aerospace Corporation says the probability that a person actually would get struck by this debris is quot;about one million times smaller than the odds of winning the Powerball jackpot. quot; This space station is China #39;s first. It was launched in September 2011 and was designed to last about two years. On March 21, 2016 China said it terminated its quot;data service quot; with Tiangong 1, allowing it to eventually fall back to Earth. The Aerospace Coporation says quot;amateur satellite trackers have been tracking Tiangong 1 and claim it has been orbiting uncontrolled since at least June 2016. quot; And now we await its arrival back to Earth, in pieces. It weights 18,740 pounds (about 8 tons) and is about 34 feet in length and 11 feet wide. There are two solar panels on it, too. Here in southeast Michigan we just had a celestial encounter with a meteor. Michiganders reported a loud boom, bright flash of light and earthquake back on Jan. 16, 2018. The quot;bolide quot; fireball caused a magnitude 2.0 earthquake in Metro Detroit, according to the National Weather Service. Since then people have been out looking for and recovering pieces of meteorite across the region. You can bet the same will happen after the Chinese space station reenters Earth #39;s atmosphere. Stay with ClickOnDetroit for updates. Copyright 2018 by WDIV ClickOnDetroit All rights reserved.
A Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) committee's report, published on Monday, accused the 2012 Tour de France winner and other Team Sky riders of using the drug triamcinolone not for the stated purpose of treating asthma but because it helped them lose weight without compromising power.It prompted TV presenter Morgan, speaking on Good Morning Britain, to go on a furious on air rant where he challenged Britain's most decorated Olympic athlete to take him to court over his contentious comments.He declared: "Sir Bradley Wiggins. A knight of the ream, knighted for his services to cycling."A man who is exposed today as 'unethical', is the polite way of putting it.
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A police man on duty ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrival in Shimla for the oath taking ceremony function of 13th Himachal Pradesh chief minister. (Photo: SNS)Shimla is all decked up for the mega political event on 27 December, as five time MLA and former minister, Jai Ram Thakur takes oath as 13th Chief Minister of Himachal Pradesh in the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP chief Amit Shah and a galaxy of BJP CMs from other states on the historic Ridge.
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