यहां आरामदायक बेड पर लेटकर देखते हैं फिल्म, 800 रुपए करने होते हैं खर्च

फोटोः गुजरात, वड़ोदरा स्थित आइनॉक्स मल्टीप्लेक्स के अंदर लगे बेड।

नई दिल्ली। भारत में सिंगल स्क्रीन सिनेमा हॉल का दौर चला गया है। लोग अब मल्टीप्लेस में फिल्में देखना पसंद करते हैं। मल्टीप्लेस में भी लोगों को आकर्षित करने के लिए कुछ अलग किया जाता है। दुनिया भर में ऐसे शानदार थिएटर हैं। ये थिएटर्स अपनी अनोखी बनावट और सुविधाओं के कारण मशहूर हैं। इनमें से किसी थिएटर के अंदर लोग बोट और कार पर बैठकर तो किसी थिएटर में बाथ टब और आरामदायक सोफे पर बैठकर फिल्में देखते हैं। मनी भास्कर अपने रीडर्स को गुजरात के एक थिएटर के बारे में बता रहा है, जिसे देखकर आप भी एक बार यहां फिल्म देखना पसंद करेंगे।

Humanity in right direction: Someone's invented a selfie spoon

Selfie spoons are free to order now on SelfieSpoon.com, though customers do have to pay for shipping.

They were so caught up with wondering if they could, they never thought whether they should. Someone at Cinnamon Toast Crunch has invented a selfie spoon to help you click selfies while eating breakfast. Why? We are still trying to figure that part out.
Introduced by the cereal company, the "selfie spoon" is a stick with a spoon at the end that extends up to 30 inches so cereal eaters can take photos of themselves while eating cereal, TIME reported.

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The General Mills brand created this new spin on the selfie stick to solve the first world problem of "choosing between eating and posting" a selfie, according to their ad.
To use the selfie spoon, people would just have to turn on the Bluetooth feature on their smartphones so the white remote will be recognized -- there is one grey button that takes photos on Android phones, and one that takes photos on iOS devices.
Source - hindustan times

How these woman journalists in rural Uttar Pradesh are inspiring change



A rural newspaper that had humble beginnings, has emerged as a force that even mainstream media can learn from.

On Monday, news about a person harassing and stalking a team of women journalists in rural Uttar Pradesh created social media outrage, after a first-person account about the apathy they faced from the UP police went viral. It forced the police to get cracking on the case after months of inaction and the stalker was finally nabbed


The case also brought to light the local language newspaper called Khabar Lahariya run by these resilient women who are not new to standing up to challenges. In fact, it is this very spirit that gave rise to the weekly newspaper.

Khabar Lahariya is a chain of local language newspapers in Uttar Pradesh, produced by a collective of women journalists. The newspaper had humble beginnings with six reporters and around 1000 copies. Today, the team has 40 women recruits and boasts of a readership of 80,000 per week, spread across 800 villages of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, with editions in Bundeli, Bhojpuri, Awadhi, Hindustani and Bajjika. Not only does the paper have formidable reach for a newspaper in the rural hinterland, but for almost a year now, it also has an online presence through its news website and social media pages. 

Was Netaji alive till 1964?



The one file that could have contained definitive evidence on Netaji after 1945 has been destroyed.

KOLKATA/LUCKNOW: The secret files on Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose that will be declassified in Kolkata on Friday may contain enough circumstantial evidence that he was alive till at least 1964, say sources.

An American intelligence report prepared in the early 1960s suggests that Netaji could have returned to India sometime in February 1964 — 19 years after it was claimed that he died in an air crash in Taihoku, Taiwan. Though Russia is not mentioned, Netaji researchers believe American intelligence units had learned about his imminent return from Russia via China. He would have been 67 years old at the time.

How to Transport Oil More Safely

In the early days of the petroleum industry, transporting oil meant horse-drawn wagons carrying leaky wooden barrels over bumpy dirt roads—and lots of accidents.

Things have changed a lot since then. But the accidents haven’t gone away. In some ways, they’ve gotten worse.

The boom in domestic production in recent years has brought an ugly side effect: mishaps when transporting the fuel to refineries. These accidents have led to fatalities—one train crash in Canada in 2013 killed 47 people—as well as vast environmental damage, such as the pipeline burst in California this May that spilled as much as 143,000 gallons of crude into the Pacific Ocean and onto pristine beaches.
The growing sense of potential danger has prompted critics and industry officials to ask: What is the safest way to transport oil? And are there ways to make the current methods safer? Among other things, they’re proposing tougher safety regulations, and using technological fixes like machines that travel along pipelines, looking for weak spots.

One thing is certain: None of the existing methods of transport—rail, boats, trucks and pipelines—is going away. The oil industry believes the best thing to do, in terms of safety, profits and efficiency, is to keep all options on the table and make sure they are as safe as possible. “All four modes have always and will always be with us,” says Kenneth Green, who has spent years researching crude-oil transportation safety for the Canada-based Fraser Institute. “What institutions must ensure is that the most oil moves by the safest way, with the caveat of ensuring we protect the health of humans and the environment.”

Here’s a look at the four methods, and what’s being done to shore them up.
PIPELINES

BARRELS DELIVERED (2014): 3.4 billion

SHARE OF TOTAL: 58%
Workers clean up a pipeline spill in Santa Barbara County, Calif. PHOTO: LUCY NICHOLSON/REUTERS

Pressure to be ‘cool’ and look good harmful to kids



The pressure to be ‘cool’, look good and own the ‘right stuff’ is detrimental to many children and teenagers, scientists, including one of Indian-origin, have warned.

The study by the University of Sussex psychologists shows that while many young people buy into consumer culture believing it will make them feel better about themselves and help them to make friends, often the reverse happens.

The result is a negative downward spiral, said the researchers, whereby those with low well-being turn to consumerist values, which impacts further still upon their state of mind.

गूगल को मिला नया लोगो

गूगल को मिला नया लोगोनई दिल्ली : विश्व के सबसे बड़े सर्च इंजनों में शुमार गूगल ने अपना लोगो बदल लिया है। जल्द ही यह लोगो गूगल की सभी सेवाओं पर नजर आने लगेगा।

गूगल के स्थापना दिवस चार सितंबर से महज दो दिन पहले गूगल ने इस नए लोगो को अपने होमपेज पर एक डूडल के तौर पर लगाया है। गूगल की स्थापना चार सितंबर 1998 को लैरी पेज और सर्गेई ब्रिन ने की थी। बीते 17 सालों में गूगल ने कई सेवाओं को शुरू किया जिनमें जीमेल, यूट्यूब, गूगल मैप्स और एंड्रॉइड सर्वाधिक चर्चित हैं।

गूगल के होमपेज पर डूडल की शक्ल में एक हाथ आता है जो गूगल के पुराने लोगो को मिटाता है और फिर मोम के रंगों से गूगल का नया लोगो बनाता है जो बाद में पूर्ण रूप से नए लोगो के रूप में दिखता है। नए लोगो में मुख्यतौर पर गूगल के दोनों ‘जी’ में सर्वाधिक बदलाव नजर आता है जो बाद में सम्मिलित होकर अंग्रेजी के बड़े ‘जी’ के रूप में बदल जाता है। इस नए लोगो में भी गूगल के मूल चार रंगों को ही रखा गया है।

ज़ी मीडिया ब्‍यूरो 

SOURCE - ZEE NEWS

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