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  • RicoKe posted a photo:

    Road accident. Car and bicycle

    Bicyclists injured in a car accident lying down on the road and holding his head with helmet. A person who is driving car running to helps to injured man

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    Experts Reveal The Healthy Habit That Doubles Your Risk Of Heart Disease



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    How Noida Citizen Charter is a scam!

    Noida Authority had launched a mobile redressal cell named Noida Citizen Charter in 2015. Its aim was to leapfrog traditional communication channels to provide quick response to concerns of the citizens.

    Has it worked? Nope!

    It received good response from the public, and most people took to the online platform to bring to notice pressing issues. But with the passage of a few months, things began to look different. Without initiating any action, the officials started closing the complaints.

    Here’s a case in point.

    A resident of Sector 15, who did not want to be named, said he took a snap of garbage lying outside his house. He registered an online complaint with the redressal cell and posted the image. He also received a complaint number, A1503593832797N.

    But that’s where the loop closed.

    He said, “What surprised me was another text message from the online cell. It said the problem has been solved and the complaint addressed. But as you can see the garbage heap is still lying outside my home, unattended.”

    And he’s not the only one.

    Residents across sectors in the city have complained that the mechanism of redressing complaints online is non-effective.

    According to the authority, it receives over a 100 complaints every day. These are forwarded to relevant departments for redressal.

    An officer with the technical audit cell of the authority admitted that this has been happening with most of the complaints. He said, “The responsibility of solving the problems lie with respective departments. They also have the power of closing the complaints when solved. But they are simply forwarding messages without solving the problems.”

    The higher authorities, he added, are aware of the issues, and have also initiated action on the same.

    Another officer said CEO Amit Mohan Prasad has already decided to stop the system of incentives for solving the complaints.

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  • Two Dragons - @robthomasphoto posted a photo:

    Street Performer: Ganpati Visarjan 2017

    A young girl performs on a tightrope as a procession passes on their way yo immerse Ganesh on the final day of Ganpati Visarjan 2017.
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    Instagram : @RobThomasPhotography

    "Take Nothing but Pictures & Memories.
    Leave Nothing but Footprints.
    Kill Nothing but Time"

  • brockkepert posted a photo:

    Risk Management Fact

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    An adventurer is climbing mountain of Alps in Europe

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    An adventurer is climbing mountain of Alps in Europe

  • HimleJ posted a photo:

    Drop Off

    In landscape photography there is almost always sacrifice, and sometimes risk. Sometimes, the risk pays off, and you end up with unique perspectives and a stunning images, but sometimes not. Although this picture is not what I consider one of my best images, I post this photo as a reminder to myself and to others, that prudence is warranted. There are many times that the shot is not worth the risk. Photographers post a small fraction of the images taken, essentially playing the odds in risky shots. Your life is valuable, its the only one you get. Stay safe out there. Jeremy Himle (Photo taken on private land in a remote part of northern Arizona, permits were acquired for visitation.)

  • Wildwood Training posted a photo:


    Shelter building, a great team building activity for kids.

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    Kids will enjoy the outdoors even in the worst weather, all they need is a fire and the ability to create their own shelter. Personal responsibility, fortitude and teamwork personified.

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    Mini shelters, a quick and easy activity to keep kids engaged and happy outdoors. They learn team work, cooperation, empathy, determination, and how to use natural materials. It all adds up to self-respect and confidence, plus a love of nature and the outdoors.

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    An introduction to simple outdoor cooking for kids, flatbreads.

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    Knot tying, a valuable and practical skill for children.

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    Outdoor cooking being enjoyed by kids. It doesn't matter too much if they make a mess and they're learning at the same time.

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    Toasting marshmallows, an all time kids favourite outdoor experience. Memories which will last a lifetime!

  • Wildwood Training posted a photo:


    Safe knife work for kids; battoning.

  • Wildwood Training posted a photo:


    Learning to make simple nets is a very demanding, but also a very rewarding, activity for children. Dexterity, coordination, procedure, listening skills, determination, and self esteem through the sense of achievement, are all developed through this task.

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    Simple outdoor cooking, flatbreads. Easy peasy!

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    Kids love to learn! Here Andy has provided a simple step by step guide to knot tying for the children to follow.