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The life story of a cricket ball


To get pounded and pummeled is the destiny of a cricket ball. Its life on the field is full of hardships. Here’s a pictorial snapshot of how the leather ball takes life.

Strings are wrapped around a piece of cork.


Bunches of cork core are left on the ground to dry before being used to make cricket balls.


A hammer is used to shape the cork.


It’s further shaped by hammering the cork into a round, semi-circle set.


The two halves of the ball is stitched together with the cork placed inside.


A leather piece is prepared for the outer covering.


The leather piece is first tanned…


…and then it is coloured.


A worker works on the leather pieces.


The two halves of the outer covering is sewn together.


A worker stitches the outer covering of a cricket ball.


The weight of the ball is measured.


The seam of the cricket ball is stitched.


The ball is then stamped with its logo.


The cricket ball is polished till it possesses a good shine.


The ball is then packed into boxes…




After days and hours of work, the shining red ball reaches the hands of cricketers.

Indian Railways exports these beautiful coaches!

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Established in 1986, Rail Coach Factory (RCF), a manufacturing unit of Indian Railways has manufactured around 16,000 passenger coaches of 51 different types including self propelled passenger vehicles which constitute over 35% of the total coaches in the Indian Railways.

RCF is equipped with CAD centre to design and manufacture bogies, (both with stainless steel and corten steel).

RCF has also manufactured coaches for both Rajdhani Express and Shatabdi Express. RCF exports coaches manufactured at its plant in Kapurthala.

Bachchans at Mukesh Ambani’s party


Aishwarya Rai Bachchan along with Amitabh and Jaya Bachchan and sister-in-law Shweta Nanda attended the book launch of Ash’s favourite designer duo Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla at Antilla, Mukesh and Neeta Ambani’s bungalow in Mumbai on Saturday.

The designer duo launched their book India Fantastique.

Image: Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Amitabh and Jaya Bachchan and Shweta Nanda

Salman Khan celebrates Eid with fans 2012


Salman Khan — whose latest release Ek Tha Tiger created box office history by racing to the Rs 100-crore club in just six days — emerged from his home, Galaxy Apartments, on Bandstand, suburban Mumbai, to greet his fans on Eid, August 20.

The actor was accompanied by father Salim Khan and younger brother Arbaaz, as he waved to the fans from the balcony.

We are all taken aback at VVS Laxman’s decision


Local hero VVS Laxman’s retirement just ahead of the Test series against New Zealand beginning in Hyderabad on Thursday has lessened the general interest level among common people.

The Rajiv Gandhi stadium at Uppal wore a desolate look with little interest seen among the locals as Team India practised in the morning followed by the visitors’ session in the afternoon.

If the Hyderabad Cricket Association officials had earlier sounded unhappy for not being able to see Laxman one last time, the curator Y L Chandrashekhar too became emotional.

“We are all taken aback at his decision… He prepared so hard, slammed two centuries recently one being at the Gymkhana ground the wicket of which I had prepared… But we all are sad that he would not be playing here. He would have loved to play on this strip,” Chandrashekhar told PTI.

World’s oldest Ferrari worth $8 m unveiled


The world’s oldest Ferrari, which won the 1947 Turin Grand Prix, has been unveiled for the first time after restoration and is now believed to be worth $8 million.

The 166 Spyder Corsa built by manufacturer Enzo Ferrari just after the World War II is believed to be world’s oldest Ferrari and was restored for $5,00,000 by its owner Jim Glickenhaus from California, the Daily Mail reported.

Capable of speeds of up to 160 kilometres per hour, which was enough to win the model the 1947 Turin Grand Prix, this 12-cylinder classic car is a one-of-a-kind. “I bought the car at an auction in 2004 for around $770,000,” Glickenhaus said.The motor — numbered 002 — was the first sold by Enzo Ferrari in December 1947, after his first build crashed.

In 2006 the owner of a Ferrari marked 001C came forward claiming his vehicle was the world’s oldest. This was actually a number two car built before Glickenhaus’ 1947, which could contain a proportion of parts from the first crashed 01C Ferrari.However this vehicle lacked the original engine and used Ford motor parts.”My Ferrari still has the original chassis, engine, gearbox and most of the mechanical pieces,” Glickenhaus was quoted by the paper as saying.

Glickenhaus believes the car could now fetch up to $8 million.”I took it to the original home of Ferrari, Marenello in northern Italy. There you will find the mechanics that have preserved the heritage of this machine. They had all the photographs, parts and knowledge to deliver an authentic restoration,” Glickenhaus added.

Facebook launches iPhone camera app


Facebook’s rocky initial public offering hasn’t stopped life at the world’s biggest online social network. On Thursday, the company unveiled a camera app for the iPhone.

The app can be downloaded from Apple’s App Store and works like most other camera applications for smart phones. To take a photo, you tap a camera icon in the upper left corner of your screen, aim and shoot. You can then add filters, crop or tilt your photo, and share it on Facebook.

The new app is similar to Instagram, the photo-sharing app Facebook is in the process of buying for $1 billion. The acquisition, however, has not yet been completed.

Facebook didn’t give details on when it might release a version of the app for phones that run on Google’s Android operating system.

Jenny McCarthy to pose nude for Playboy again


Jenny McCarthy is posing nude for Playboy again – almost 20 years since the first time she appeared in its pages.

The 39-year-old blonde beauty will feature on the July/August cover of the famous men’s magazine and will strip for a naked pictorial. A representative for the publication has confirmed Jenny’s spread.

The model-and-actress started her career with a shoot in Playboy’s October 1993 issue and she went onto to be named Playmate of the Month and later Playmate of the Year and has appeared in Hugh Hefner’s magazine several times.

Jenny turns 40 in November and she previously admitted she wanted to bare all in the magazine one more time before she reached the landmark age.

She said: “I would absolutely pose for Playboy. I would be so flattered if they asked me. It’s probably not going to happen but I think I want to do it again.”

Jenny – who has a nine-year-old son Evan – also recently confessed she relies on the wrinkle-smoothing powers of Botox to stay looking young.

She said: “I’m an obvious Botox user. I tell everyone. I get Botox in my forehead. I just have my doctor do a little shot. But I also just take good care of myself.”

Indian boy solves 350-year-old Math problem set by Newton

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London: A 16-year-old Indian origin schoolboy in Germany has managed to crack puzzles that baffled the world of maths for more than 350 years, it was reported in London Saturday.

Shouryya Ray, from Dresden, has been hailed a genius after working out the problems set by Sir Isaac Newton.

Ray solved two fundamental particle dynamics theories which physicists have previously been able to calculate only by using powerful computers, Daily Mail reported.

 His solutions mean that scientists can now calculate the flight path of a thrown ball and then predict how it will hit and bounce off a wall.

Ray only came across the problems during a school trip to Dresden University where professors claimed they were uncrackable, the newspaper said.

“I just asked myself, ‘Why not?’,” explained Ray.

“I didn’t believe there couldn’t be a solution,” he added.

Ray began solving complicated equations as a six-year-old but says he’s no genius.

After arriving from Kolkata four years ago without any knowledge of the German language, Shouryya is now fluent in the language.

His intelligence was quickly noted in class and he was pushed up two years in school- he is currently sitting his exams early, the Mail said.

London 2012 Festival


What’s the London 2012 Festival?
It’s the hottest ticket of the year – the most exciting festival the UK has ever seen, bringing more than 10 million opportunities to see 12,000 performances and events. Leading artists from all over the world will come together for this unique event to celebrate London 2012. Whether you love dance, music, theatre, fashion, food, art or film, you’ll find something you can get involved in. It’s happening all around the UK, with many free events suitable for families. Search by genre to find something you’ll love.

So what’s the Cultural Olympiad?
Since 2008, the Cultural Olympiad has been inspiring creativity in all forms of arts and culture, especially among young people. It includes a wide range of events, from local projects to large-scale performances across the UK – 18 million people have taken part so far. The London 2012 Festival is its finale.

When is it?

The Festival opens on 21 June and runs to 9 September 2012, the last day of the London 2012 Paralympic Games. There are also countdown events that’ll run before the Festival opens.

How do I buy tickets?
You’ll find everything you need to know about each event on its own page. On the right hand side, there’s information on times and dates, access and how to get tickets. You can then click through to the venue’s website and book tickets.

How much are they?

It varies. Some events are free and you may have to pay for others. Find out by searching for events by artist, date or location.

Do I still need a ticket if an event’s free?
You might do, so check its individual event page, which will tell you if it’s ticketed or if you just need to turn up on the day and enjoy!

Is the London 2012 Festival accessible to everyone?
London 2012 is committed to making the London 2012 Festival a festival for everyone, with events and facilities accessible to all wherever possible. The producers of each event are providing a tailored range of tickets, facilities and other services to make sure that everyone has a great Festival experience.

How do I check if a particular event is accessible to me?
You’ll find information about the accessibility of each event on its website page. As our partners are managing each event and its venue, we cannot guarantee that all events will be suitable for all accessibility requirements but will work with partners where possible to remove barriers to participation.

Day 6: Torch Relay visits Gloucester Cathedral and Severn Valley Railway


Day 6 of the Olympic Torch Relay will see the Flame pass a number of iconic landmarks including Gloucester Cathedral.

It will also travel along the Severn Valley Railway, carried on the train from Bewdley to Kidderminster by 43-year-old Christopher Stokes from Kidderminster.

Among the day’s other Torchbearers will be Olympian Sharron Davies, carrying the Flame in Leominster in recognition of her swimming career.

Stuart Woodburn, 30, a teacher from Worcestershire will also carry the Flame. A Torchbearer through Ledbury, Stuart was nominated through the LOCOG campaign for the way he supports and inspires everyone at the school, especially in sport.

The Evening Celebration will take place at Worcester County Cricket Ground from 4pm. The event will feature a variety of entertainment staged by LOCOG and the three Presenting Partners of the London 2012 Olympic Torch Relay – Coca-Cola, Lloyds TSB and Samsung.

Towards the end of the two-hour show, the last Torchbearer of the day – Sally Flood, from Bromsgrove who was nominated for her charity work – will light a celebration cauldron on stage at the event which will enable the Olympic Flame to be seen by the audience.

On Day 6 the Flame will be carried through the following communities:
Gloucester, Maisemore, Hartpury, Corse and Staunton, Ledbury, Bartestree, Lugwardine, Hereford, Leominster, Ludlow, Clee Hill, Cleobury Mortimer, Far Forest, Callow Hill, Bewdley, Kidderminster, Droitwitch Spa, Fernhill Heath and Worcester.

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During the day the Flame will visit a number of iconic landmarks including Caerphilly Castle, the Sail Bridge in Swansea, and the Swansea Live Site.

Today marks the beginning of the second week of the Flame’s 70 day journey around the UK. So far over one million people have come out to see the Torch Relay.

Torchbearers of the day include Colin Jackson, High Hurdling Olympian is set to carry the Flame in Swansea in recognition of his extremely successful career in Athletics and coaching of the sport.

Lorelei Westcott, 18, a talented gymnast from Llantwit Major was selected through the Coca-Cola Future Flames programme. Through her devotion to training youngsters in her school and community, and her own sports achievements, Lorelei was nominated for “Young Citizen of the Year” Lorelei now helps train members of the Welsh team and judges competitions throughout Wales. She will carry the Flame in Barry.

The evening celebration will take place at Singleton Park in Swansea.  The celebration will feature a variety of entertainment staged by LOCOG and the three Presenting Partners of the London 2012 Olympic Torch Relay – Coca-Cola, Lloyds TSB and Samsung. The line-up includes music from Kids In Glass Houses, a dance troupe who will provide a unique fusion of street performance, theatre and sport and dance act Twist and Pulse. There will also be entertainment from Only Men Aloud and Mark Jermin’s Dance School staged by Swansea City Council.

On Day 8 the Flame will be carried through the following communities:

Cardiff, Dinas Powys, Barry, Caerphilly, Pontypridd, Merthyr Tydfil, Treherbert, Ynyswen, Treorchy, Nant-y-moel, Ogmore Vale, Bryncethin, Bridgend, Laleston, Pyle, Margam, Taibach, Port Talbot, Briton Ferry, Neath and Swansea.