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Pabitra Paul
Works at Deputy Commissioner, Karimganj, Assam
Attended Banisadan Bidyapith, Dibrugarh
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Need a police reform so bad in the country. Anna hazare should do andolan for demanding police reform. I bet people of whole country be on the streets for that because everyone I know is sick and tired of indian police's behavior. 
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Dog Playing Basketball

Petey the Volleyball Dog now plays Basketball and is shooting some hoops. We are using a special Volleyball that is soft on his mouth. Also, he is wearing booties to protect his paw pads on the hard pavement. Enjoy!

You may remember Petey the Border Collie as the dog who could totally kick your butt at volleyball, but he's got more than one trick up his sleeve.

Apparently on days when he's not showing everyone up on the volleyball court, he suits up in a jersey and booties and shoots some hoops with his lady friend. Don't believe us?

The best part is that he isn't all about the offense. He totally plays D while his human counterpart cuts into the key, and rebounds his own missed shots quite a few times. With the NBA lockout, we might need Petey to make a few more of these videos to keep us entertained this basketball season.


Source: My dog plays better Basketball than you!

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These Hydropropulsion Hoverboards Fly Over Water

Add this to the list of things you never knew existed but now desperately need.

There are plenty of water sports you can try each summer to have fun. These Hoverboards

take it a whole new level though. HOVERBOARD by ZR is is made of carbon fiber and take

your surfing to a whole new level. The complete kit has everything you need to get

started. But you may need to get a bolt and adapter mounting kit for your specific PWC.

These kits are not cheap, but no reason not to go for one if money is not an issue.

Jet ski and hydropropulsion extraordinaire, Franky Zapata, developed a Flyboard three

years ago where users could channel their inner dolphin nature to flit about the water.

Now, Zapata is back with a totally rad, gravity-defying Hoverboard that floats through

the air and looks so surreal. The Hoverboard contraption trails behind a boat for safety,

and gains propulsion above the water.

The surfboard counterpart is attached to a personal watercraft (PWC) that enables the

board to hover through the air. All propulsion is fed through a 60 ft hose that is

attached to the board through a nozzle connecting to the jet drive of a 100+ personal

Hoverboard. The board can rise up to 16 ft above the water’s surface and reach speeds up

to 15 mph/hr. Before developing the Flyboard, Zapata also developed various jet skis and

other nautical accoutrements.  

Up to 2 users can ride the Flyboard, but solo use is also available with the Electronic

Management Kit that is connected to the PWC’s engine. To control the apparatus, the user

holds a handheld throttle to manipulate speed and height above the water.

The folks at Zapata Racing have been in the business of hydropropulsion products for

years. Early versions of the company's "Flyboard" looked like a cross between a fire

hose, a skateboard, and Iron Man's hand blasters. Later, "Pro Rider" iterations of the

Flyboard would do away with the hand stabilizers entirely, leaving the rider's hands free

to flash dudebro hand gestures at gawking onlookers!

But the "Flyboard" could never rightly be called a hoverboard. Its symmetrical shape and

the positioning of its underfoot propulsion system make it difficult to "ride" the board

laterally, the way we ride things like surf, skate, and snowboards. It's really more of a

hoverplatform. Or a hoverplank.

Zapata Racing's newest product, on the other hand, may be the closest anyone's come to

delivering on a real-life hoverboard. The company calls it (no beating around the bush

here) "The Hoverboard"!

Like the Flyboard, the Hoverboard's propulsion system is fed water through a 60-foot

hose, connected on its other end to the jet drive of a 100+ horsepower personal

watercraft, like a JetSki. Unlike the Flyboard, however, the Hoverboard's got that whole

directionality thing going for it, which lets you do things like this!

[Zapata Racing via Devinsupertramp]

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Dolphin Spin

Dolphins are cetacean mammals closely related to whales and porpoises. There are almost forty species of dolphin in 17 genera. They vary in size from 1.2 m (4 ft) and 40 kg (90 lb) (Maui's dolphin), up to 9.5 m (30 ft) and 10 tonnes (9.8 long tons; 11 short tons) (the orca or killer whale). They are found worldwide, mostly in the shallower seas of the continental shelves and are carnivores, eating mostly fish and squid. The family Delphinidae, the largest in the order Cetacea, evolved relatively recently, about ten million years ago during the Miocene.

Etymology
The name is originally from Greek δελφίς (delphís), "dolphin", which was related to the Greek δελφύς (delphus), "womb". The animal's name can therefore be interpreted as meaning "a 'fish' with a womb". The name was transmitted via the Latin delphinus (the romanization of the later Greek δελφῖνος – delphinos), which in Medieval Latin became dolfinus and in Old French daulphin, which reintroduced the ph into the word. The term mereswine (that is, "sea pig") has also historically been used.
The term 'dolphin' can be used to refer to, under the suborder Odontoceti, all the species in the family Delphinidae (marine dolphins including orcas and pilot whales) and the river dolphin families Iniidae (South American river dolphins), Pontoporiidae (La Plata dolphin), Lipotidae (Yangtze river dolphin) and Platanistidae (Ganges river dolphin and Indus river dolphin). This term has often been misused in the US, mainly in the fishing industry, where all small cetaceans (dolphins and porpoises) are considered porpoises, while the fish dorado is called dolphin fish. In common usage the term 'whale' is used only for the larger cetacean species, while the smaller ones with a beaked or longer nose are considered 'dolphins'. The name 'dolphin' is used casually as a synonym for bottlenose dolphin, the most common and familiar species of dolphin. Killer whales also belong to the family Delphinidae and therefore qualify as dolphins. Though the terms 'dolphin' and 'porpoise' are sometimes used interchangeably, porpoises are not considered dolphins and have different physical features such as a shorter beak and spade-shaped teeth; they also differ in their behavior. Porpoises belong to the family Phocoenidae and share a common ancestry with the Delphinidae.
A group of dolphins is called a "school" or a "pod". Male dolphins are called "bulls", females "cows" and young dolphins are called "calves"

Threats

Natural threats

Except for humans (discussed below), dolphins have few natural enemies. Some species or specific populations have none, making them apex predators. For most of the smaller species of dolphins, only a few of the larger sharks, such as the bull shark, dusky shark, tiger shark and great white shark, are a potential risk, especially for calves. Some of the larger dolphin species, especially orcas (killer whales), may also prey on smaller dolphins, but this seems rare. Dolphins also suffer from a wide variety of diseases and parasites. The Cetacean morbillivirus in particular has been known to cause regional epizootics often leaving hundreds of animals of various species dead. Symptoms of infection are often a severe combination of pneumonia, encephalitis and damage to the immune system, which greatly impair the cetacean's ability to swim and stay afloat unassisted.

Human threats

Some dolphin species face an uncertain future, especially some river dolphin species such as the Amazon river dolphin, and the Ganges and Yangtze river dolphin, which are critically or seriously endangered. A 2006 survey found no individuals of the Yangtze river dolphin, which now appears to be functionally extinct.
Pesticides, heavy metals, plastics, and other industrial and agricultural pollutants that do not disintegrate rapidly in the environment concentrate in predators such as dolphins. Injuries or deaths due to collisions with boats, especially their propellers, are also common.
Various fishing methods, most notably purse seine fishing for tuna and the use of drift and gill nets, unintentionally kill many dolphins. Accidental by-catch in gill nets and incidental captures in antipredator nets that protect marine fish farms are common and pose a risk for mainly local dolphin populations. In some parts of the world, such as Taiji in Japan and the Faroe Islands, dolphins are traditionally considered food and are killed in harpoon or drive hunts. Dolphin meat is high in mercury and may thus pose a health danger to humans when consumed.
Dolphin safe labels attempt to reassure consumers that fish and other marine products have been caught in a dolphin-friendly way. The earliest campaigns with "Dolphin safe" labels were initiated in the 1980s as a result of cooperation between marine activists and the major tuna companies, and involved decreasing incidental dolphin kills by up to 50% by changing the type of nets used to catch tuna. The dolphins are netted only while fishermen are in pursuit of smaller tuna. Albacore are not netted this way, making albacore the only truly dolphin-safe tuna.
Loud underwater noises, such as those resulting from naval sonar use, live firing exercises, and certain offshore construction projects such as wind farms, may be harmful to dolphins, increasing stress, damaging hearing, and causing decompression sickness by forcing them to surface too quickly to escape the noise.

Conservation

Organizations such as the Mote Marine Laboratory rescue and rehabilitate sick, wounded, stranded or orphaned dolphins while others, such as the Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society and Hong Kong Dolphin Conservation Society, work on dolphin conservation and welfare. India has declared the dolphin as its national aquatic animal in an attempt to protect the endangered Ganges River Dolphin. The Vikramshila Gangetic Dolphin Sanctuary has been created in the Ganges river for the protection of the animals.
Several scientists who have researched dolphin behaviour have proposed that dolphins' unusually high intelligence in comparison to other animals means that dolphins should be seen as non-human persons who should have their own specific rights and that it is morally unacceptable to keep them captive for entertainment purposes or to kill them either intentionally for consumption or unintentionally as by-catch. Four countries – Chile, Costa Rica, Hungary, and India – have declared dolphins to be "non-human persons" and have banned the capture and import of live dolphins for entertainment.

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Kangaroo Kickboxing

Things can get downright deadly when male kangaroos fight over mating rights. With their gigantic feet, these "boomers" deliver kicks that can crush bone... and even kill their opponents.


Kangaroos are vegetarians, but they can be fiercely competitive when it comes to courting females.

And when they combat each other, feet are their weapon of choice.

They're armed with extremely muscular hind legs and enormous feet, which help them to execute broad jumps with every hop.

This Bigfoot can cross the vast reaches of the Australian Outback with ease, at peak speeds of almost 45 miles an hour.

But one thing can stop this speed demon in his tracks: A potential mate.

For days during mating season, a male kangaroo, also called boomer, will follow a female.

He shadows her every move.

But there are plenty of boomers out there, and fights between them will break out often.

And that's when the weapons are unleashed.

It starts with a quick right jab...then descends into an all-out brawl.

This is not just boxing; it's more like ultimate fighting.

A favorite tactic: using the forepaws to grip the opponent and then quickly kicking with their huge clawed hind feet.

It's a move that can crush bones, disembowel the opponent...even bring death.

Fortunately, a referee breaks up this match before it goes too far.

But he can't stop the next generation of Joeys from trying some of their own shadow boxing.



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Wish I Could Find The Words

Just wish I could find the words
That would make the meaning clear
About why I just love you so
And why I want you here

Why I need you here with me
So I can shower you with love
Why it is so clear to see
You are an angel from above

An angel sent from heavens high
To bring the lords own prayer
That you and I on blue skies fly
Share a love that is true and rare

A love that is so truly pure
That it completely fills my heart
A love that will forever endure
And that we shall never part

A love that will last you see
Until the end of time
A love which joins us - you and me
And forever will our hearts entwine

- Written and owned by Nigel P Stringfellow -

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  • Deputy Commissioner, Karimganj, Assam
    L R Staff, 1992 - present
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  • Banisadan Bidyapith, Dibrugarh
    1976 - 1980
  • Dibrugarh Bengali High School
    1981 - 1984
  • D.H.S.K Kanoi College, Dibrugarh
    1984 - 1986
  • Karimganj College, Karimganj
    1987 - 1990
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