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PUBLISHED: 11:08 GMT, 2 October 2013 | UPDATED: 13:44 GMT, 2 October 2013
Adventurers have stumbled across a cave so enormous that it has its own weather system, complete with wispy clouds and lingering fog inside vast caverns.
A team of expert cavers and photographers have been exploring the vast cave system in the
Chongquing province of China and have taken the first-ever photographs of the natural wonder.
They were amazed to discover the entrance to the hidden Er Wang Dong cave system and were stunned when they managed to climb inside to see a space so large that it can contain a cloud.
The view from a small window in the wall of the vast Niubizi Tian Keng in the Er Wang Dong cave system, where clouds form inside the huge spaces. Three tiny explorers can be seen negotiating the heavily vegetated floor
An intrepid cave explorer ascends a rope hanging from the Niubizi Tian Keng. This photograph is one of the first-ever images taken of one of a cave so large it has its own weather system
Photographer and caver Robbie Shone, from Manchester, was part of a team of 15 explorers on a month-long expedition that discovered the hidden system.
American speleologist Erin Lynch struggles to pull her way across a raging torrent of white water, which is the main river in Quankou Dong. One of the explorers said they had to be aware of high water levels inside the caves, especially when it rained heavily on the surface
'It is always very special, knowing that you are the first to step foot into a cave or somewhere where nobody had previously seen, not knowing what you might find and discover.
'Where else on Earth can still hold secrets and mysteries of discovery? That's what I love so much about exploring.
Mr Shones was particularly excited about the cave network's interior weather system.
The spectacular beddings in the roof of Quankou. Photographer and caver Robbie Shone, from Manchester, was part of a team of 15 explorers on a month-long expedition who stumbled across the natural wonder
The underground camp in Sang Wang Dong is cosy and warm, according to the cavers. Hot food and drink recharge weary and tired explorers who sleep in either suspended hammocks or on roll mats on the floor, before venturing out into the vast surroundings
American speleologist Erin Lynch peers down over her shoulder into a giant void of cloud.The floor is over 240m below and although it cant be seen due to the thick cloud that lingers around her, the echo that reverberates several seconds later reminds her of the volume of empty space and her lofty location
'I had never seen anything quite like the inside cloud ladder before,' he said.
'Thick cloud and fogs hangs in the upper half of the cave, where it gets trapped and unable to escape through the small passage in the roof, 250m above the ground.
'It reminded me of being in an abandoned slate quarrying North Wales in bad weather.
The cave system discovered is not the only one with clouds inside, as humidity rises inside the caverns into colder air to form clouds inside the giant, enclosed spaces.
Large stalagmites at the foot of a giant ascending ramp to another level of development in San Wang Dong create a spectacle mid-way through a section of cave called Crusty Duvets
A giant calcite stalactite boss, dwarfs team member Matt Ryan as he looks up at the giant geological feature
The network, includes 'Cloud Ladder Hall' which itself measures around 51,000 metres squared, while there are rivers and vegetation on the floor of some of its huge caverns.
'Most caves are either accessed by large walking entrance, some require a long deep swim, other may be very vertical in nature where you need ropes to abseil down the walls deep into the caves.
'We had to be aware of high water levels inside the caves, especially when it rained heavily on the surface.
'The drainage catchment to these caves is massive and soon the caves can be extremely dangerous and impassable,' he added.
Duncan Collis and Erin Lynch walk through a section of cave in San Wang Dong called The Sea of Tranquility. Here remains of old Nitrate mining cover the floor in forms of harths - pits and unwanted spoil. One team member said it reminded him of being in an abandoned slate quarrying North Wales in bad weather
An explorer scales the rope up a vertical section of cave known as a pit in Xinu Attic
Crystal clear pools and slow moving streams make it easier to explore Quankou Dongs main river passage in the huge network of caves that have not welcomed visitors in years.
From: mohammed hussain ali syed
Date: Wed, Oct 2, 2013 at 3:01 PM
House to House search Operation in Hyderabad
To keep a tab on the movement of terror suspects and criminals, the Cyberabad Police has started a cordon-and-search operation in different areas of the city.
The exercise involving vehicle checking, visit to houses, collecting particulars of tenants/inhabitants, will also ensure that anti-social elements don't turn the localities into shelter zones, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Malkajgiri Zone) V Siva Kumar told PTI.
"A lot of personnel from Armed Reserve and different wings of Andhra Pradesh Police are deployed in the operation. The cordon-and-search operations will help police in preventing and detecting crime and maintain law and order and will also inculcate a sense of social responsibility among citizens," the DCP explained.
This area-policing initiative, taken up for the first time in Malkajgiri zone of Cyberabad, will also make the colonies more safe and secure, he said.
"Though, we don't have specific inputs on stay of terror suspects in these areas but this operation will help in maintaining a close watch on such elements also," he said.
With rapid urbanisation, many people are settling down on the outskirts of the city due to cheap housing rents.
However, several instances have been reported wherein people committing offences in different parts of Hyderabad and elsewhere are staying in the areas falling under the jurisdiction of Malkajgiri zone and other parts of Cyberabad, he said.
"We don't want these areas to be unsafe due to unauthorised persons taking shelter and indulging in offences," Mr Siva Kumar said, pointing out that they have analysed and identified crime prone areas.
Doctors in Saudi remove 50-kg tumor from woman's belly
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A team of doctors in Dawadmi General Hospital in Dawadmi, a town in Riyadh Province successfully operated on and removed a massive tumor from a Saudi woman. The tumor, which weighed close to 50 kg, was resected from the belly of the woman during a surgery that lasted many hours. The woman in her 60s reportedly experienced excruciating pain for many years.
The director of Dawadmi General Hospital, Saad bin Mohammed Yahya told Okaz news that that a team of doctors led by consultant Dr Adam Isaac performed the operation after conducting many tests and studies. He added that the woman's health was improving and that she was recovering well after her surgery.
lions escape from a zoo. One of the lions had been captured from the jungle, so
he runs back to the jungle. The other was born in the zoo itself; so is
basically a city-slicker. He vanishes into the city.
later the jungle-lion is recaptured and returned to the zoo. A month passes,
then two, three..... but the city-lion is not traceable! Finally, after 6
months the city-lion is recaptured and brought back to the zoo. Jungle-lion is
amazed to see his friend.
For God's sake, how were you able to evade these guys for 6 whole months?
Kuchh nahi yaar! I just went to a government department and hid behind a huge
pile of dusty files that they have there.
But what did you eat there?
Arrey, there was an unlimited supply of government servants. Whenever I ate
one, they hired five more. Nobody did any work anyway, so nobody missed the
ones I ate.
Wow! But then, how did you get caught?
Galti kar gaya yaar. On the last day, I ate the chai-walla (tea serving man).
Now, everyone missed their chai-walla & his chai ! They launched a massive
hunt. And I got caught !"
Pilgrim con alert: Don't accept food from strangers
A circular has been issued by the Indian Consulate warning pilgrims not to accept food and drink from strangers.
The circular was disseminated on Facebook and other social media sites following an incident in Makkah, where several Indian pilgrims fainted after drinking a cup of tea offered by a stranger, who then stole their belongings. The circular was issued by the Indian Haj Pilgrims Affairs Office in Makkah.
Speaking to Arab News, Mohammed Noor Rahman Sheikh, deputy consul general and Haj consul, said: "We have already brought this incident to the attention of Saudi authorities and they have launched an investigation. We issued the circular as a precautionary measure," said Rahman. He said that travel and ritual-related advice is available to pilgrims across multiple locations and in numerous languages.
"It was the first time we have come across such an incident. We issued the circular to raise awareness among pilgrims and to warn pilgrims against walking alone in less populated areas. We have 13 branch offices in Makkah to assist pilgrims who are in need of information," he said