- Landslide derails train in Italy
12 April 2010: At least 11 people were killed and 30 injured when a landslide derailed a train in northern Italy close to the Austrian border
- COMMENT : Don't blame China, US for Nopenhagen
After the United Nations and its retinue ran the climate change talks off the rails, China and the United States not only rescued them with a workable agreement, but also demonstrated how the UN should have spent its time productively. - Muhammad Cohen (Jan 6, '10) 後は、国連とその従者が狂って、気候変動交渉、中国、アメリカ合衆国走っただけで実行可能な合意が、それらの救出はまた、どのように国連の生産は、時間を費やしている必要があります示した
- Blast derails Russian freight train - reports
A bomb exploded on a railway track in Russia's Dagestan province, derailing a freight train just days after suicide bombers killed 12 people in the region, Russian news agencies are reporting. Nobody was hurt in the blast, according... 爆弾が線路上に、ロシアのダゲスタン共和国の州では、自爆テロのわずか数日後に貨物列車を脱線爆発報告している地域で12人、ロシアの報道機関が死亡した
- BTS sky-train halts operation
BTS has temporary stopped providing sky-train services in all routes for safety reason since this morning after finding that the red-shirts had laid tyre on rails at Chidlom station, BTS advisor Anat Arphaphirom said on Tuesday morning. BTSは一時的にすべてのルートで今朝から安全上の理由からスカイトレインのサービスを提供する、赤いシャツはチットロムの駅でレールの上をタイヤを置いていた見つけた後停止している、BTSのアドバイザーアナトArphaphirom火曜日の朝に言った
- Huawei takes No. 2 slot, but giant Ericsson still ahead
Huawei Technologies posted strong performance last year, making it the world's second largest telecommunications equipment provider after Sweden's L.M. Ericsson Telephone by sales revenue and global market share.
In an annual report Wednesday, Huawei said its global sales revenue rose 19 percent to 149.06 billion yuan ($21.84 billion) in 2009 from 2008's 125.22 billion yuan ($18.35 billion).
The figure trails Ericsson's $28.5 billion, but surpasses the traditional second and third place ma ... Huawei Technologies社は、共有、グローバル市場の投。力強いパフォーマンスを昨年の2番目の最大の通信機器プロバイダの後、スウェーデンの、作る、世界とLMエリクソン電話による販売revenue
- Schwarzenegger Tries Out China's High Speed Rail
SHANGHAI (AP) -- Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger is riding the rails -- China's new high speed train lines -- engaging in a little window shopping while peddling Californian exports and tourism in the world's second-largest economy. 上海（AP）は - 中国の新高速鉄道線 - - アーノルドシュワルツェネッガー知事レールに乗っているカリフォルニアの輸出と世界第二位の経済大国の観光を売って少しの間、ウィンドウショッピングに従事する
- Papal visit: Bad tripper, good trip | Editorial
There are powerful arguments against Benedict XVI's visit – but the head of the Catholic church is a force that cannot be ignoredThe Vatican is no ordinary state, and the pope's trip to Britain this month will be no ordinary state visit. No other leader who comes to these shores takes time out between the official meetings and dinners to conduct a beatification, as Benedict XVI plans to do. None, probably not even the president of the United States, would expect to draw the same crowds, attract the same adulation – or stir the same resentment. It will be a big deal. The gathering storm over the cost of £10m or so to the taxpayer needs to be placed in that context. Proselytising atheists are encouraging public resentment against the expense of policing the pope's visit, and yet the same gang are inflaming these costs by suggesting that they will try to arrest him. The financial argument is a distraction, a mere veil for deeply held feelings about whether or not it is right for Whitehall to roll out the red carpet for the world's greatest theocrat.The moral case against Benedict is powerful – and persuasive. For all the admirable work against poverty that Roman Catholicism inspires around the world, the church directly aggravates the plight of vulnerable people. It rails against IVF giving children to the childless, against stem-cell research giving hope to the sick, and against the use of condoms – even as a means of preventing the spread of HIV. Its rigid views on homosexuality and the role of women are not unique in world religion, or even within Christianity, but the extent of child abuse for which its priests have been responsible has been shocking, as has its tendency to close ranks in response to the scandal. Benedict himself, an arch-conservative, has in the past がベネディクト16世の訪問に対する強力な引数が - が、カトリック教会の長は、ignoredTheバチカンすることはできません力はない普通の状態、英国、今月は通常の状態の訪問となります法王の旅です
- Obama seeks respite in Maine
US President Barack Obama escaped the heat -- political and meteorological -- of Washington on Friday for a family weekend in Acadia National Park in the northeastern state of Maine.Obama, his wife Michelle and daughters Malia and Sasha left the White House for a weekend in the park, known for its forest trails and coastal vistas.After a brutal few weeks in Washington's political hothouse, Obama got a brace of good news late this week with the passage of his sweeping Wall Street reform law and BP's success in capping the Gulf of Mexico oil leak. オバマ米大統領は熱を - 政治と気象 - ワシントンの金曜日にMaine.Obamaの北東の状態、彼の妻ミシェルと娘マリアとサーシャのアカディア国立公園の家族の週末のための週末のためにホワイトハウスを残しましたエスケープ公園は、その森林歩道、海岸vistas.Afterワシントンの政治温室で残忍な数週間で知られる、オバマ氏は良いニュース今週末彼の抜本的なウォールストリート改革法と湾岸をおおっているのBP社の成功の道とかっこを得たメキシコオイル漏れの
rails2.3.3が出たので、 rails 2.3.3: touching, faster json, bug fixes で変更点をみてみたところ
:primary_key option for belongs_to for broader support of legacy schemas and those using a separate uuid primary key: belongs_to :employee, :primary_key => 'ssn', :foreign_key => 'empid' changeset というのがあった
- China: 10 dead as train derails
Chinese state television reports that a passenger train hit by landslides has derailed in eastern China, killing at least 10 peopleThe train, bound for the tourist destination of Guilin, derailed around 2am in a mountainous area... 中国の国営テレビによると、旅客列車が土砂崩れに見舞わ中国東部で脱線した、少なくとも10 peopleThe電車を殺して、桂林の観光地に向かう、山岳地帯で午前2時の周り脱線...
- Off the rails: Indian death toll rises
SARDIHA, India - Rescuers scoured the wreckage of a passenger express train that derailed and collided with a cargo train in eastern India, killing at least 71 people and injuring hundreds. The government accused Maoist rebels of... SARDIHAは、インド - 救助、少なくとも71人が負傷数百を殺し急行旅客列車の残骸が脱線し、インド東部の貨物列車と衝突1524
- Attack on Google launched from Chinese schools: report
Cyberattacks aimed at Google and dozens of other firms have been traced to computers at two Chinese schools, one with ties to the military, according to The New York Times report.Citing unidentified anonymous sources, the newspaper said trails led to Shanghai Jiaotong University and the Lanxiang Vocational School, which was created with military backing and trains some of its computer scientists. サイバーGoogleや他の企業が数十人を対象のコンピュータに1軍との関係で、ニューヨークタイムズ紙に身元不明の匿名の情報源report.Citingよると、同紙によると2つの中国の学校でトレースされているコース上海交通大学につながったLanxiang職業訓練学校は、軍事的支援や列車、一部のコンピュータ科学者で作成された
- Potters Bar crash caused by unsafe points, says jury
Inquest verdict says maintenance and inspection failures led to accident in which seven people died in 2002Unsafe points caused the Potters Bar rail crash in which seven people died eight years ago, an inquest jury said today.More than 70 people were injured when the 12.45 King's Cross to King's Lynn train came off the rails as it approached the station, where it was not due to stop, at around 1pm on 10 May 2002.There had been inspection and/or maintenance failures in the period before the crash, the jury concluded, after a seven-week hearing in Letchworth, Hertfordshire.Six passengers who died were in the fourth carriage of the train, which became detached and airborne while the seventh victim, who had been walking nearby, was hit by debris.The train was travelling at a legal speed – 98mph – and the driver, Gordon Gibson, was cleared of any blame.The inquest was investigating the deaths of passengers Austen Kark, Emma Knights, Jonael Schickler, Alexander Ogunwusi, Chia Hsin Lin and Chia Chin Wu, and the pedestrian, Agnes Quinlivan.More details soon ...Potters Bar train crashRail transportTransportJames Meikleguardian.co.uk © Guardian News & Media Limited 2010 | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds
審問の判決は、保守点検の障害は、7人が2002Unsafeポイントで死亡事故が7人が8年前に、審問の陪審員はtoday.More 70人以上が負傷したと述べた死亡ポッターズバー鉄道事故の原因主導言うとき12.45キングスクロスそれはで5月10日2002.There周辺13:00上の検査および/またはクラッシュする前に期間のメンテナンス障害、陪審員は締結されていたそれが停止するためではなかった駅、近づいてキングスリン列車レールは、オフに来たレッチワース、一戸建てや空中近く歩いていた7被害者は、debris.The電車で旅していたヒット中となった電車、4番目の車両に死亡したHertfordshire.Six乗客7週間の審理の後法定速度は - 毎時98マイル - とドライバ、ゴードンギブソン、任意のblame.The審問の乗客の死亡をオースティンKark、エマナイツ、Jonaelシックラー、アレクサンダーOgunwusi、嘉新林嘉チン。調査され、歩行者が明らかになった、アグネスQuinlivan.More詳細はすぐに...ポッターズバー列車crashRailは限定2010 |このコンテンツの使用Meikleguardian.co.uk ©ガーディアンニュース＆メディアtransportTransportJames利用規約＆条件に従うものとその他のフィードを表示|
- Explosion derails train south of Calcutta
At least 15 killed and 150 injured by blast which derailed passenger train and caused a further collisionAn overnight passenger train was derailed by an explosion, then hit by another train early this morning as it travelled through a rebel stronghold of eastern India, a railway official said.The home secretary G.K. Pillai told NDTV television that at least 15 people had been killed and 150 injured.A railway official said 13 passenger cars on a train out of Calcutta were derailed by the explosion, in a rural area about 150 kilometers south of the city. Some of those coaches were then hit by a cargo train coming from the other direction.The blast occurred in an isolated, rural area where many of India's Maoist rebels, known as Naxalites, are based. Although Naxalites have stepped up their attacks in recent months, officials cautioned that it was too early to say whether the blast had been triggered by the Maoists.Indiaguardian.co.uk © Guardian News & Media Limited 2010 | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds
- Cargo train derails after explosion in south Russia's Dagestan: reports
An explosion derailed eight cars of a cargo train in Russia's North Caucasian republic of Dagestan early Sunday, the Itar-Tass news agency reported.
The incident took place at around 3:40 a.m. Moscow time (2340 GMT Saturday) near the Inchkhe station in Dagestan's Karabudakhkentsky district, a transport officer told the Itar-Tass.
Eight cars were reportedly derailed, five of them overturned and one was on fire. Some 300 meters of railway tracks were destroyed.
According to the preliminar ... 爆発は日曜日ダゲスタン共和国初期の北コーカサス共和国の貨物の鉄道ロシアの脱線8台、イタルタス通信が報じた
- Blast derails cargo train in Russia's Dagestan, no casualties
A blast in Russia's restive North Caucasian republic of Dagestan on early Sunday derailed 16 cars of a cargo train, with no casualties reported so far.
According to the regional law enforcement authorities, the explosion hit the railways beneath the locomotive at around 04:15 a.m. Moscow time (0015 GMT), overturning the Derbent-bound train loaded with grain.
An investigation was currently underway.
North Caucasus Railways said suburban train traffic was suspended due to the blast, but p ... 日曜日の早朝反抗的な北コーカサスのダゲスタン共和国のロシアでの爆発はこれまで報告さそう死傷者とは脱線の16台を列車貨物
- Artist and photographer Sophie Ristelhueber's best shot
Just after the Gulf war, I flew over the wounded Kuwait desert – looking for trenches and the traces of bombsIn February 1991, during the first Gulf war, I saw a photograph in Time magazine showing the impact of French bombs on the Kuwait desert. The idea of doing a work about this wounded land became an obsession. In October, I finally got a visa and went out there.I arrived in the war's aftermath. The oil wells were still burning; although they were beautifully dramatic, I took few pictures of them. Instead, the trip gave birth to a series, Fait (Fact), which consists of 71 images capturing the marks on the land: shots taken from an aeroplane or helicopter, but also from the ground. The series is not, however, about the Gulf war as such. I don't give any clue that this is Kuwait. When I exhibited it in Johannesburg, people thought it was Africa; they recognised the sand, weapons and trails of violence. I like the idea of enlarging the point of view.For this shot, I was flying over the desert and knew exactly what I was looking for: all those traces, the lines of the trenches. I was so excited I didn't realise that what I was looking at echoed Dust Breeding, a famous photograph by Man Ray. It wasn't until I got home and saw the contact sheet that I spotted the connection. Dust Breeding, taken in 1920, shows part of Duchamp's The Large Glass, an art work on panes of glass that had been left for a year and was covered in dust. Man Ray's shot is a huge influence on me because of the way it plays with scale. If you compare it with my shot, you'd think it was ingrained in my head.At the time, I was embarrassed. I put it away: I thought it looked too obvious, like I'd copied Man Ray. But I eventually showed it. I call it Because o 湾岸戦争直後、私は負傷したクウェートの砂漠の上を飛ん - トレンチのとbombsInの痕跡1991年2月、第一次湾岸戦争中に見ると、本当にはタイム誌の写真をクウェートの砂漠にフランス爆弾の影響を見ました
- Train policy goes off the rails | Christian Wolmar
Some cutbacks in this economic climate are understandable. But the coalition's pursuit of a high-speed line is more bafflingThe kernel of a Con-Dem policy on railways is beginning to emerge with various announcements by the transport secretary Philip Hammond, who shows every sign of being a roads man, and it's not looking good for rail passengers. In headline terms, it's higher fares, more overcrowding, fewer new coaches, cutbacks to projected schemes but let's press on with the new high-speed line.This does not add up. The National Audit Office report on rolling stock focused on the fact that Labour's promises to introduce new trains in order to reduce peak time overcrowding have not been fulfilled. While in the short term this may make sense, as the recession has reduced demand, the Tories will now use this as an excuse to rein back the programme for new trains dramatically, and passengers will be strap-hanging again on the peak services as soon as the economy starts to grow. This is especially true of some lines in London where the population is expected to increase by up to one million by 2026.There is little doubt that fares are going to go up in an effort to reduce the huge £5bn subsidy to the rail industry and this may relieve part of the overcrowding at peak times as some people opt for driving or taking the bus instead of the train. Currently, regulated fares – which cover season tickets and off peak services – are only allowed to go up by 1% above inflation, but the new government could change this and grab some of the extra revenue themselves. However, the Lib Dems had promised the opposite, saying in their manifesto that regulated fares would be reduced in real terms by 1% each year, so any change is likely to lead to a row within the coalition.There is, too このような経済環境のいくつかの削減は理解できる
- Scratching the surface of America | Sasha Abramsky
Hiking in the Grand Canyon, you can leave the political realities of the US behind – and they're easier to navigate on your returnFrom Plateau Point, seven miles hard walk from the top of the Grand Canyon, there's a sheer drop, thousands of feet, to the muddy brown Colorado River below. Craggy cliffs on the other side of the river soar upwards, in layers, like a demonic wedding cake, a hallucination, a dream. Behind Plateau Point, the path snakes back through a flatlands of prickly-pear cactus, into the Indian Gardens oasis, and then up, in switchbacks, the ascending cliffs, the path getting ever-steeper, in early April ever-more snow-covered, as it rises. High, high above, invisible from Plateau Point, the fierce path ends and the cacophony of Grand Canyon Village begins.Only 5% of visitors, according to park rangers, venture anywhere down the canyon trails; iconic paths like Bright Angel and Kaibab. A far smaller percentage go down to Plateau Point, or, beyond that, to the river itself, its frigid waters fed by snow melt.At the top of the canyon, it's all noise and chaos; bus-loads of tourists pulling up to the rim just long enough to snap a few photos and move on. It's easy to get contemptuous of the tourism culture up at the Village. It's overly commercial, everything's handed to visitors on a plate, it's superficial and so on and so forth. There are an awful lot of people at the top who seem to view the majesty of nature as something to be absorbed at speed, in between visits to snack stands and trinket stalls, for subsequent conversion into a screen saver. They are, I snootily imagine, doing their utmost to make John Muir, founder of modern American naturalism, and Teddy Roosevelt, the president who kick-started America's National Park system, turn in their graves グランドキャニオンでのハイキング、あなたの背後に米国の政治的現実を残すことができます - それらは移動にreturnFrom高原ポイントをより簡単、7マイルhardているグランドキャニオンの上から歩くと、そこ切り立つ急斜面だ、足の何千もの泥に茶色の下のコロラド川
- Nasa budgets: US spending on space travel since 1958
As Barack Obama's latest budget cuts Nasa funding and derails plans for a return to the Moon, we look back at how US space priorities have changed• Get the dataNasa's budget is under the spotlight. According to a report in the New York Times, its mission to return astronauts to the moon would be grounded as part of a stringent 2011 budget.According to reports, the space agency would get an additional $5.9 billion over five years to encourage private companies to build, launch and operate their own spacecraft for the benefit of Nasa and others. Nasa would pay the private companies to carry US astronauts.So, how much does the US spend on Nasa and the space programme? Thanks to the Office of Management and Budget, we have data going back to 1962 on federal spending for each area of government. Figures from 1958 to 1962 are from richardb.us. We've worked out Nasa spending as percentage of government spending - and added which president was in charge at the time. When Obama releases the official data later today, we'll add it to this datasheet, so keep watching for updates.Can you do anything with this data?Download the data• DATA: download the full datasheetWorld government data• Search the world's government with our gatewayCan you do something with this data?Flickr Please post your visualisations and mash-ups on our Flickr group or mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org• Get the A-Z of data• More at the Datastore directory• Follow us on TwitterData summary NasaUS CongressUS domestic policyBarack ObamaUS economyUnited StatesSimon Rogersguardian.co.uk © Guardian News & Media Limited 2010 | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds