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This video is of the mountain trout from the Beas river near Manali.
No fishing for the last four months due to the lockdown can result in such magical moments in nature.




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Fishes were already jumping there but only some were watching them....

Flying silver fish in Rohru River|| amazing jumping
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Flying trout fish in pabbar river in rohru Himachal Pradesh.
 

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3.50-4.00 Trout Fishes jumping in water


Best place to do Trout fishing in India
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Our first experience of freshwater trout fishing was at Tirthan, where we an amazing time watching trouts swiming accross the currents and in the shallow waters of Tirthan River in Himachal Prasdesh!
 
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Harmful effects of cold drinks: बच्चों को Cold Drinks के नुकसान बताती Punjabi teacher का Viral Video
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कोल्ड ड्रिंक सेहत के लिए कितनी खतरनाक हो सकती है, ये बताते हुए पंजाब की एक टीचर का विडियो वायरल हो गया है। सोशल स्यापा के ताजा एपिसोड में देखिए ऐसे ही तीन खास वायरल विडियो। #colddrinks #ViralVideo #SocialSyapa
 

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The Segway is officially over
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By Matt McFarland, CNN Business

Updated 1316 GMT (2116 HKT) June 25, 2020

The rise and fall and rise again of Segway

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Washington, DC (CNN)The Segway PT, which earned a place in pop culture but never realized its creators' world-changing ambitions, will come to an end this summer.

China-based Ninebot, which acquired Segway in 2015, will halt production of the PT, short for Personal Transporter, on July 15. Twenty-one staffers will be laid off at its Bedford, New Hampshire plant. Fast Company first reported the news.
The Segway PT made a splash in December 3, 2001 when it was unveiled on Good Morning America. Inventor Dean Kamen said that an urban transportation revolution was coming and cars would be obsolete. Kamen felt it was absurd to use 4,000-pound cars and trucks for short trips.
But last year the Segway PT accounted for only 1.5% of Ninebot's revenue, according to Tony Ho, vice president of global business development at Segway. With a price tag starting at $6,000 and sometimes reaching $10,000, only police departments and tour groups could afford it, he said.
"It was a great invention 20 years ago," said Ho. "Now it seems a bit outdated." He added that some police departments have shifted to Ninebot's cheaper electric scooters. Ninebot is also ending production of a three-wheeled Segway device that was designed for community policing.
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Ho said that recent discussions about police department funding in the wake of George Floyd's death did not impact Ninebot's decision.
Before the Segway, Kamen made a name for himself as an inventor of medical devices such as a portable insulin pump. The Segway PT project grew out of his work in the 1990s on a self-balancing wheelchair.
The Segway PT was ahead of its time, but not just in a good way. The price tag was a major barrier to adoption, coming in at $4,950 when it was first released. Batteries, which initially cost more than $1,000, were too expensive to make a more affordable version. For years, the company struggled to reduce the price. Prices actually increased, likely due to inflation and new off-roading features, according to Ho. Since 2001, 140,000 PTs have been sold, according to a Segway spokesman.
The Segway PT found a place in news headlines and Hollywood. President George W. Bush drew attention after falling off one in 2003. Earlier that day, Segway employees had visited the Bush compound and taught other members of the Bush family how to ride. The Segway PT appeared in Hollywood TV shows and movies, like Mall Cop.

Segway inventor Dean Kamen takes a ride with Jeff Bezos in New York City in 2002.


Segway inventor Dean Kamen takes a ride with Jeff Bezos in New York City in 2002.
Rather than being cool and world-changing, the Segway developed a nerdy reputation.
As former Segway employee Matt Gelbwaks told CNN in a 2018 profile of the company, "There was a significant dork factor."
Kamen, who did not immediately respond to a request for comment, told CNN Business in 2018 that Segway continues to be the project that most people know him for.
"No matter what else I do in life," he said, "I'm the Segway guy."


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Govt bans 59 apps including TikTok, WeChat
Source: PTI
June 29, 2020 21:34 IST

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The IT ministry said it has received many complaints from various sources, including several reports about misuse of some mobile apps available on Android and iOS platforms for stealing and surreptitiously transmitting users' data in an unauthorised manner to servers which have locations outside India.





The government on Monday banned 59 mobile apps, including China's TikTok, SHAREiT and WeChat, terming them prejudicial to sovereignty, integrity and national security.
In an official statement, the IT ministry said it has received many complaints from various sources, including several reports about misuse of some mobile apps available on Android and iOS platforms for "stealing and surreptitiously transmitting users' data in an unauthorised manner to servers which have locations outside India".
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"The compilation of these data, its mining and profiling by elements hostile to national security and defence of India, which ultimately impinges upon the sovereignty and integrity of India, is a matter of very deep and immediate concern which requires emergency measures," the statement said.
The Indian Cyber Crime Coordination Centre, Ministry of Home Affairs, has also sent an exhaustive recommendation for blocking these malicious apps.




"On the basis of these and upon receiving of recent credible inputs that such Apps pose threat to sovereignty and integrity of India, the Government of India has decided to disallow the usage of certain Apps, used in both mobile and non-mobile Internet enabled devices," it said.
The statement added that this move will "safeguard the interests of crores of Indian mobile and internet users.
“This decision is a targeted move to ensure safety and sovereignty of Indian cyberspace."
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