During World War 2, the German high command orchestrated a brutal bombing campaign that saw UK towns and cities decimated by the Luftwaffe ndash; with London and Coventry bearing the brunt of the destruction. Prime Minister Winston Churchill ordered for the creation of more bunkers, which had previously been used in World War 1, for weapons facilities, Government command and control centres, and storage facilities across the UK. However, the most important of these networks were built in the capital, around the London Underground, with secret tunnels linking them together and with key Government buildings.The most famous is not a secret at all today, in fact, the Churchill War Rooms under the Treasury in Westminster, have been made into a museum after they were opened to the public in 1984.
Under a new arrangement, Freemasons are investing at least 20,000 to meet the aim of installing defibrillators outside their 21 centres in Lincolnshire, North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire. The move is intended to make defibrillators available to everyone in the community around the clock, permanently ready to respond.
Marks and Spencer have unveiled their latest Christmas offering.The new ad for the festive season features classic Christmas settings with a twist.
Sources told Bloomberg the Italian operator will create a separate unit for its 23 data centres in the first half of 2020, while using financial investors to improve its growth prospects. It will then hold a listing, which it expects could generate around 1 billion. Telecom Italia will keep overall control of the unit.The move is in line with an industry trend of finding new investors for data centre and infrastructure holdings to generate cash. Bloomberg pointed out major operators Verizon, Telstra, AT amp;T, KPN and Telefonica have all spun off their data centres to financial investors in recent years.
The CCB sleuths arrested the culprits Virupakshappa (40), Santhosh (30), Deepak (31) and Vinayak (27) from Wilson garden and recovered Rs 6.5 lakh from them. The culprits had opened an Ayurvedic store called Siddhi Ayurveda Medicine there and were selling fraudulent products claiming to be Ayurvedic medicines that can cure diseases like diabetes.According to reports, the offenders hailed from Gokak taluk of Belagavi. They mostly used to target elder men and women, who used to come to the park for walking and jogging in the morning. They used to introduce themselves as a fellow jogger and then make conversations with people about back problems or joint pains.
The violence came after the Carrie Lam led Hong Kong government earlier on Friday introduced a ban on people wearing masks at public assemblies, a colonial era emergency legislation that has not been used in more than half a century. The ban was aimed to putting a stop to nearly four months of anti government protests in the city that started against the now shelved extradition bill, the South China Morning Post reported.
Debenhams has joined the National Autistic Society's 2019 Autism Hour campaign for the initiative, an annual campaign that encourages high street shops and businesses to hold autism hours. The hour aims to help the 700,000 autistic people in the UK, who often find social and public situations difficult and can struggle to filter out the sounds, smells, sights and information they experience. This can make busy public places like shopping centres and stores overwhelming.The National Autistic Society surveys suggest that 64 percent of autistic people avoid stores because of this reason, with 28 percent having been been asked to leave a public place for reasons associated with their autism.
The first photos from The Walking Dead s third spin off series have been released, showing our first look at the new cast.The new show marks the third series in The Walking Dead universe, which centres around two female protagonists in the first generation to come of age within the apocalypse.
Techniques and technology will be refined, and it's expected that future direct images of black holes will improve with time. And a new NASA visualisation made for the agency's Black Hole Week shows what we might expect to see in high resolution images of an actively accreting supermassive black hole.Supermassive black holes sit at the centres of most large galaxies, and how they got there is a mystery; which came first, the black hole or the galaxy, is one of the big questions in cosmology.
CHANDIGARH: Fluttered by heavy penalties provided for traffic violations under the Motor Vehicles (Amended) Act, 2019, residents are thronging pollution checking centres in the city to obtain the pollution under control (PUC) certificate lest they are penalised.CHANDIGARH: Actors Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh are often seen holding hands out in public, but being married is still a new feeling for them, it is definitely for Deepika at least.
Facebook Share to TwitterTwitterTwitter Share to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedIn Share to WhatsAppWhatsAppWhatsApp Share to Pinterest Pinterest Pinterest By AuthorTelanganaToday Business Bureau Published: 16th Sep 2019 12:30 am7th Economic Survey pilot project begins from Seethaphalmandi.Hyderabad: The Multipurpose Hall at Sithaphalmandi turned into a tech hub with scores of youth turning up with their mobiles to get trained as enumerators for the 7th Economic Survey.Its pilot began on Sunday at Seethaphalmandi. Telangana IT Association Digithon is taking up the Economic Survey works in the State and recruiting enumerators for this purpose together with the Common Service Centres E Governance Services India Limited.
The film centres on a young German boy (Roman Griffin Davis) who dreams of being a good Nazi, aided by his imaginary friend Adolf Hitler (portrayed by New Zealand filmmaker Waititi).His world is turned upside down when he discovers a teenaged Jewish girl (Thomasin McKenzie) being hidden in his home by his mother (Scarlett Johansson). The movie is loosely based on the novel Caging Skies by Christine Leunens.
Himachal Pradesh Police Recruitment Board authority had conducted the #39;HP Police Constable Exam #39; on September 8, 2019. Around 38,214 candidates appeared for the exam at 40 different exam centres. According to sources, 12,705 candidates have cleared the written examination. The authority published the results on September 13, 2019, on their website. Candidates, who have cleared the written examination, will be eligible to appear for the next round of Personality Test. Constables are entitled of a grade pay Rs. 5910 Rs. 20,200 Rs. 1,900. Extra pay for one month will also be given to constables and head constable, which would be calculated based on their basic pay. Constables are also eligible for free travel on HRTC buses.Also Read: Himachal Pradesh CM Jai Ram Thakur Visits the Netherlands To Explore Possibilities In Food Processing
A company representative said a shortage of construction workers stemming from high demand from the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympic Games in 2020, slowed the installation of base stations, the newspaper wrote.The source noted the operator is focused on Tokyo, Nagoya and Osaka, but doesn t have enough sites in other city centres.
The US space agency has selected 13 firms including Blue Origin of Jeff Bezos and SpaceX of Elon Musk to develop space technologies as it prepares to land humans on the Moon by 2024 with the Artemis mission and, later, the Red Planet.Various NASA centres will partner with the companies which range from small businesses with fewer than a dozen employees to large aerospace organisations to provide expertise, facilities, hardware and software at no cost, the agency said in a statement on Tuesday.
The minister said that at present there are 482 centres in the country for cancer treatment with 695 teletherapy machines.He was replying to a discussion on the need to ensure basic facilities and affordable treatment to cancer patients raised by Samajwadi Party's Chandrapal Singh Yadav.
The think tank has expanded its Atal Innovation MissionUnder this new design centres called Atal Community Innovation Centres will be set up
Microsoft topped quarterly sales and profit projections, fuelled by steady demand for cloud computing services and a surprisingly strong Windows business. The company s forecast promised robust growth will continue into next year.The software maker pledged double digit percentage gains in sales and operating income for the year that started on 1 July. Results are getting a boost from larger deals for its Azure Web services and brisk adoption of Internet based Office programs. Given Microsoft s strong ambition , it plans to increase operating expenses by 11% to 12% for the fiscal year, and will raise capital spending to build out data centres, chief financial officer Amy Hood said.