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Top 10 World’s most Tricky, Hazardous and dangerous roads…..

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Road accidents are undoubtedly the most frequent and, overall, the cause of the most damage. The reason for this are the extremely hazardous and tricky roads. Many people die while challenging these Deadly Highways. This list includes some, if not all, of the most dangerous roads in the world. Videos are provided for each road, many of which show travel over some of the roughest terrain on the planet. So, if you don’t get frightened easily, fasten your seatbelt and take a virtual ride. And, if you’ve actually traveled on any of the awesome avenues, please let us know and share your experience ..
Now let’s begin the countdown.
10. KARAKORAM HIGHWAY(Pakistan to China): Sometimes considered the Eighth Wonder of the world, because it was built as high as 15,000feet above sea level and under very rough conditions, construction on the Karakoram Highway began in 1966 and was completed in 1979, although it wasn’t open to the public until 1986. This dangerous road covers more than 1,300 kilometers. The Karakoram Highway is beset with hazards : rock falls, landslides, avalanches, flooding, snow drifts, reckless drivers, herds of animals, precipitous cliffs and terrible storms.

9.LOGGING ROAD(Europe): The location of the road is not surely known, perhaps somewhere in Europe; nevertheless ,it must be one of the most dangerous roads in existence of course, there are many other Logging roads throughout the world, many of which are not paved, while others are little more than animal trials.

8.PAN AMERICAN HIGHWAY(Alaska to Chile) : The Pan American Highway (PAH) is not entirely dangerous, that is, it’s probably no worse than average American Highway but in some places, it is risky to take the PAH as a means of travel. Certainly a dangerous section of the PAH winds through Mexico and Central America, where drug cartel terrorists roam. In the Panamanian section of the road ,anyone could encounter FARC rebels, who often take captives and hold them for ransom ,sometimes for years. The PAH is 30,000 miles long and the only broken section of the road is the 60 miles Darien Gap, between Panama and Colombia, where FARC were worse.

7. SICHAUN-TIBET HIGHWAY(China):This very long highway -2028 kilometers in length -connects Chengdu in Sichaun with Lhasa in Tibet, through an area known as Kham. Continuously beset with hazards, rockslides and avalanches. This road winds among towering peaks, some of which over 6,000 meters in elevation. This road was built between 1958 and 1954. Many people die while traveling through this road.

6.JAMES DALTON HIGHWAY(Alaska): This road is also known as the North Slope Hall Road, the James Dalton Highway is a road used by truckers, specially those who travel to and from the Prudho Bay Oil Fields on the North Slope of Alaska. The highway is 414 miles long, paved in places, but about three -fourths of it is not. There are no medical facilities along the road.

5.SIBERIAN ROAD TO YAKUTSK(Russia):Travel through Siberia is always a challenge. Nicknamed the “Road of Bones”, the Siberian Road to Yakutsk meanders it’s way through one of the coldest regions in the world. (the townhouse of Yakutsk is constructed on permafrost). The road is mostly unpaved and is about 760 miles long. In the winter season is the prefferd time to travel on this road but in rainy season the road become monstrous.

4. GUOLIANG TUNNEL ROAD(China):When the Chinese government decided it wasn’t worth trouble and expense to make road that would be used only 300 villagers, 13 of those villagers decided to build a 8 mile tunnel through the solid rock of a vertical cliff. Located in the Taihang Mountains in the province of Henan. The tunnel is 15 feet high and 12 feet wide, barely wide enough for two cars. The road is open in 1977. This is particularly dangerous when it rains.

3.ZOJI PASS(India): Zoji pass winds through the highest mountain range in the world and dangerous for travel. It’s a dirt road with no guardrails or traffic signs and where landslides are a continual problem. Moreover, the road zigzags among cragy peaks at over 11,000feet at its highest elevation. The road was originally built in 1947 and first used for military purposes. Zoji pass is only 9 kilometers long. It connects the towns of Srinagar and leg in the western Himalayan Mountain Range (Indian Kashmir)

2.NORTH YUNGAS ROAD(Bolivia): North Yungas Road is also known as “The Road of Death “, leading from LA PAZ to coroico, the Road Of Death is 40 miles of one -lane road, featuring vertical drops of as much as 3,000 feet into the Amazon rainforest below. The road has over 200 hairpin turns. Many people died when traveling through this road.

1.FAIRY MEADOWS ROAD (Pakistan) : The Fairy Meadows Road is only for people who love to drive in the mountains and have nerves of steel. It open only during the summer months, this rocky, gravelly road is about 16 kilometers long, A six mile stretch of it is particularly hazardous. The road was built hundreds of years ago by villagers on Nanga Parbat Mountain and has not been repaired over the decades.

1) Fairy meadous road :

2)North yungas road:

3) Zoji Pass (India)

4. Guoliang Tunnel Road (China)

5. Siberian Road to Yakutsk

6. James Dalton Highway (Alaska)

7. Sichaun-Tibet Highway (China)

8. Pan American Highway

9. Logging Road (Europe)

10. Karakoram Highway (Pakistan to China)

The Digital Trust Divide

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As india’s draft personal data Protection bill submitted by the Justice BN Srikrishna committee is reviewed and debated, a new report by consultancy Frost & Sullivan has revealed a significant gap between how businesses view their responsibilities towards data protection and what consumers expect from them.
In light of recent data breaches, most notably the Cambridge Analytica-Facebook scandal, user awareness about data privacy has been on the rise. So is scepticism.

Only 49 percent of the respondents surveyed said they were willing to provide a business with their personal data in exchange for digital services. And 54 percent said they distrusted organisations enough to believe that they will sell their personal data to other companies. Rightly so. The report revealed that 43 percent of business executives admitted to selling consumer data, including PII, while only 15 percent of cybersecurity professionals knew that their company was selling such data. “Now, more than ever,
organisations need to understand that success in the digital economy requires that they embrace a securityfirst mindset… A loss of digital trust has implications on all aspects of a business and brand perception,” says Mordecai Rosen, general manager, security, at CA Technologies, the firm which sponsored the study involving 990 consumers, 336 security professionals and 324 business executives across 10 countries.

Top 10 World’s most Tricky, Hazardous and dangerous roads…..

0

Road accidents are undoubtedly the most frequent and, overall, the cause of the most damage. The reason for this are the extremely hazardous and tricky roads. Many people die while challenging these Deadly Highways. This list includes some, if not all, of the most dangerous roads in the world. Videos are provided for each road, many of which show travel over some of the roughest terrain on the planet. So, if you don’t get frightened easily, fasten your seatbelt and take a virtual ride. And, if you’ve actually traveled on any of the awesome avenues, please let us know and share your experience ..
Now let’s begin the countdown.
10. KARAKORAM HIGHWAY(Pakistan to China): Sometimes considered the Eighth Wonder of the world, because it was built as high as 15,000feet above sea level and under very rough conditions, construction on the Karakoram Highway began in 1966 and was completed in 1979, although it wasn’t open to the public until 1986. This dangerous road covers more than 1,300 kilometers. The Karakoram Highway is beset with hazards : rock falls, landslides, avalanches, flooding, snow drifts, reckless drivers, herds of animals, precipitous cliffs and terrible storms.

9.LOGGING ROAD(Europe): The location of the road is not surely known, perhaps somewhere in Europe; nevertheless ,it must be one of the most dangerous roads in existence of course, there are many other Logging roads throughout the world, many of which are not paved, while others are little more than animal trials.

8.PAN AMERICAN HIGHWAY(Alaska to Chile) : The Pan American Highway (PAH) is not entirely dangerous, that is, it’s probably no worse than average American Highway but in some places, it is risky to take the PAH as a means of travel. Certainly a dangerous section of the PAH winds through Mexico and Central America, where drug cartel terrorists roam. In the Panamanian section of the road ,anyone could encounter FARC rebels, who often take captives and hold them for ransom ,sometimes for years. The PAH is 30,000 miles long and the only broken section of the road is the 60 miles Darien Gap, between Panama and Colombia, where FARC were worse.

7. SICHAUN-TIBET HIGHWAY(China):This very long highway -2028 kilometers in length -connects Chengdu in Sichaun with Lhasa in Tibet, through an area known as Kham. Continuously beset with hazards, rockslides and avalanches. This road winds among towering peaks, some of which over 6,000 meters in elevation. This road was built between 1958 and 1954. Many people die while traveling through this road.

6.JAMES DALTON HIGHWAY(Alaska): This road is also known as the North Slope Hall Road, the James Dalton Highway is a road used by truckers, specially those who travel to and from the Prudho Bay Oil Fields on the North Slope of Alaska. The highway is 414 miles long, paved in places, but about three -fourths of it is not. There are no medical facilities along the road.

5.SIBERIAN ROAD TO YAKUTSK(Russia):Travel through Siberia is always a challenge. Nicknamed the “Road of Bones”, the Siberian Road to Yakutsk meanders it’s way through one of the coldest regions in the world. (the townhouse of Yakutsk is constructed on permafrost). The road is mostly unpaved and is about 760 miles long. In the winter season is the prefferd time to travel on this road but in rainy season the road become monstrous.

4. GUOLIANG TUNNEL ROAD(China):When the Chinese government decided it wasn’t worth trouble and expense to make road that would be used only 300 villagers, 13 of those villagers decided to build a 8 mile tunnel through the solid rock of a vertical cliff. Located in the Taihang Mountains in the province of Henan. The tunnel is 15 feet high and 12 feet wide, barely wide enough for two cars. The road is open in 1977. This is particularly dangerous when it rains.

3.ZOJI PASS(India): Zoji pass winds through the highest mountain range in the world and dangerous for travel. It’s a dirt road with no guardrails or traffic signs and where landslides are a continual problem. Moreover, the road zigzags among cragy peaks at over 11,000feet at its highest elevation. The road was originally built in 1947 and first used for military purposes. Zoji pass is only 9 kilometers long. It connects the towns of Srinagar and leg in the western Himalayan Mountain Range (Indian Kashmir)

2.NORTH YUNGAS ROAD(Bolivia): North Yungas Road is also known as “The Road of Death “, leading from LA PAZ to coroico, the Road Of Death is 40 miles of one -lane road, featuring vertical drops of as much as 3,000 feet into the Amazon rainforest below. The road has over 200 hairpin turns. Many people died when traveling through this road.

1.FAIRY MEADOWS ROAD (Pakistan) : The Fairy Meadows Road is only for people who love to drive in the mountains and have nerves of steel. It open only during the summer months, this rocky, gravelly road is about 16 kilometers long, A six mile stretch of it is particularly hazardous. The road was built hundreds of years ago by villagers on Nanga Parbat Mountain and has not been repaired over the decades.

1) Fairy meadous road :

2)North yungas road:

3) Zoji Pass (India)

4. Guoliang Tunnel Road (China)

5. Siberian Road to Yakutsk

6. James Dalton Highway (Alaska)

7. Sichaun-Tibet Highway (China)

8. Pan American Highway

9. Logging Road (Europe)

10. Karakoram Highway (Pakistan to China)

The Digital Trust Divide

0

As india’s draft personal data Protection bill submitted by the Justice BN Srikrishna committee is reviewed and debated, a new report by consultancy Frost & Sullivan has revealed a significant gap between how businesses view their responsibilities towards data protection and what consumers expect from them.
In light of recent data breaches, most notably the Cambridge Analytica-Facebook scandal, user awareness about data privacy has been on the rise. So is scepticism.

Only 49 percent of the respondents surveyed said they were willing to provide a business with their personal data in exchange for digital services. And 54 percent said they distrusted organisations enough to believe that they will sell their personal data to other companies. Rightly so. The report revealed that 43 percent of business executives admitted to selling consumer data, including PII, while only 15 percent of cybersecurity professionals knew that their company was selling such data. “Now, more than ever,
organisations need to understand that success in the digital economy requires that they embrace a securityfirst mindset… A loss of digital trust has implications on all aspects of a business and brand perception,” says Mordecai Rosen, general manager, security, at CA Technologies, the firm which sponsored the study involving 990 consumers, 336 security professionals and 324 business executives across 10 countries.

The Digital Trust Divide

0

As india’s draft personal data Protection bill submitted by the Justice BN Srikrishna committee is reviewed and debated, a new report by consultancy Frost & Sullivan has revealed a significant gap between how businesses view their responsibilities towards data protection and what consumers expect from them.
In light of recent data breaches, most notably the Cambridge Analytica-Facebook scandal, user awareness about data privacy has been on the rise. So is scepticism.

Only 49 percent of the respondents surveyed said they were willing to provide a business with their personal data in exchange for digital services. And 54 percent said they distrusted organisations enough to believe that they will sell their personal data to other companies. Rightly so. The report revealed that 43 percent of business executives admitted to selling consumer data, including PII, while only 15 percent of cybersecurity professionals knew that their company was selling such data. “Now, more than ever,
organisations need to understand that success in the digital economy requires that they embrace a securityfirst mindset… A loss of digital trust has implications on all aspects of a business and brand perception,” says Mordecai Rosen, general manager, security, at CA Technologies, the firm which sponsored the study involving 990 consumers, 336 security professionals and 324 business executives across 10 countries.

Top 10 World’s most Tricky, Hazardous and dangerous roads…..

0

Road accidents are undoubtedly the most frequent and, overall, the cause of the most damage. The reason for this are the extremely hazardous and tricky roads. Many people die while challenging these Deadly Highways. This list includes some, if not all, of the most dangerous roads in the world. Videos are provided for each road, many of which show travel over some of the roughest terrain on the planet. So, if you don’t get frightened easily, fasten your seatbelt and take a virtual ride. And, if you’ve actually traveled on any of the awesome avenues, please let us know and share your experience ..
Now let’s begin the countdown.
10. KARAKORAM HIGHWAY(Pakistan to China): Sometimes considered the Eighth Wonder of the world, because it was built as high as 15,000feet above sea level and under very rough conditions, construction on the Karakoram Highway began in 1966 and was completed in 1979, although it wasn’t open to the public until 1986. This dangerous road covers more than 1,300 kilometers. The Karakoram Highway is beset with hazards : rock falls, landslides, avalanches, flooding, snow drifts, reckless drivers, herds of animals, precipitous cliffs and terrible storms.

9.LOGGING ROAD(Europe): The location of the road is not surely known, perhaps somewhere in Europe; nevertheless ,it must be one of the most dangerous roads in existence of course, there are many other Logging roads throughout the world, many of which are not paved, while others are little more than animal trials.

8.PAN AMERICAN HIGHWAY(Alaska to Chile) : The Pan American Highway (PAH) is not entirely dangerous, that is, it’s probably no worse than average American Highway but in some places, it is risky to take the PAH as a means of travel. Certainly a dangerous section of the PAH winds through Mexico and Central America, where drug cartel terrorists roam. In the Panamanian section of the road ,anyone could encounter FARC rebels, who often take captives and hold them for ransom ,sometimes for years. The PAH is 30,000 miles long and the only broken section of the road is the 60 miles Darien Gap, between Panama and Colombia, where FARC were worse.

7. SICHAUN-TIBET HIGHWAY(China):This very long highway -2028 kilometers in length -connects Chengdu in Sichaun with Lhasa in Tibet, through an area known as Kham. Continuously beset with hazards, rockslides and avalanches. This road winds among towering peaks, some of which over 6,000 meters in elevation. This road was built between 1958 and 1954. Many people die while traveling through this road.

6.JAMES DALTON HIGHWAY(Alaska): This road is also known as the North Slope Hall Road, the James Dalton Highway is a road used by truckers, specially those who travel to and from the Prudho Bay Oil Fields on the North Slope of Alaska. The highway is 414 miles long, paved in places, but about three -fourths of it is not. There are no medical facilities along the road.

5.SIBERIAN ROAD TO YAKUTSK(Russia):Travel through Siberia is always a challenge. Nicknamed the “Road of Bones”, the Siberian Road to Yakutsk meanders it’s way through one of the coldest regions in the world. (the townhouse of Yakutsk is constructed on permafrost). The road is mostly unpaved and is about 760 miles long. In the winter season is the prefferd time to travel on this road but in rainy season the road become monstrous.

4. GUOLIANG TUNNEL ROAD(China):When the Chinese government decided it wasn’t worth trouble and expense to make road that would be used only 300 villagers, 13 of those villagers decided to build a 8 mile tunnel through the solid rock of a vertical cliff. Located in the Taihang Mountains in the province of Henan. The tunnel is 15 feet high and 12 feet wide, barely wide enough for two cars. The road is open in 1977. This is particularly dangerous when it rains.

3.ZOJI PASS(India): Zoji pass winds through the highest mountain range in the world and dangerous for travel. It’s a dirt road with no guardrails or traffic signs and where landslides are a continual problem. Moreover, the road zigzags among cragy peaks at over 11,000feet at its highest elevation. The road was originally built in 1947 and first used for military purposes. Zoji pass is only 9 kilometers long. It connects the towns of Srinagar and leg in the western Himalayan Mountain Range (Indian Kashmir)

2.NORTH YUNGAS ROAD(Bolivia): North Yungas Road is also known as “The Road of Death “, leading from LA PAZ to coroico, the Road Of Death is 40 miles of one -lane road, featuring vertical drops of as much as 3,000 feet into the Amazon rainforest below. The road has over 200 hairpin turns. Many people died when traveling through this road.

1.FAIRY MEADOWS ROAD (Pakistan) : The Fairy Meadows Road is only for people who love to drive in the mountains and have nerves of steel. It open only during the summer months, this rocky, gravelly road is about 16 kilometers long, A six mile stretch of it is particularly hazardous. The road was built hundreds of years ago by villagers on Nanga Parbat Mountain and has not been repaired over the decades.

1) Fairy meadous road :

2)North yungas road:

3) Zoji Pass (India)

4. Guoliang Tunnel Road (China)

5. Siberian Road to Yakutsk

6. James Dalton Highway (Alaska)

7. Sichaun-Tibet Highway (China)

8. Pan American Highway

9. Logging Road (Europe)

10. Karakoram Highway (Pakistan to China)

How to build a better website ? Tips, tools and help.

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Make a blog with documents in Dropbox Blot (blot.im) is a new service that lets you publish a website by simply uploading documents to a Dropbox account. You can drop standard word processor documents into a specific folder in your Dropbox storage and Blot will automatically convert them into blog posts, so you don’t even need to worry about coding or saving the file to another format. It works with various file types including text, Word, Markdown, bookmark files, images and HTML code,and costs $20 (around £15.40) per year.

Python tool for beginners:

Learning to program in Python is a great way to become familiar with the basic principles of computer coding, but it can be a pain to set up and experiment with in Windows.Instead, youcan use a brilliant new free IDE (integrated development environment –a place to write and organise your code) for Python called Mu (codewith.mu). This installs everything you need, provides a handy place to type your code and will even run it. It can connect with hardware devices and use the Pygame Zero library (bit.ly/ pgz458)to create simplest games.

Deal of the Fortnight :

Fast hosts (www.fasthosts.co.uk)is offering ‘.com’,‘.co.uk’ and ‘.uk’ domain names for £1.20 for the first year,as longa syou sign up for two years.

Web-building Helpdesk :

Wix has a range of add-ons for
brilliant new free IDE (integrated development environment –a place towrite and organise your code)for Python called Mu (codewith.mu). This installs everything youneed, provides a handy place to type your code and will even run it. It can connect with hardware devices and use the Pygame Zero library (bit.ly/ pgz458)to create simple games.

Dealofthe Fortnight

Fast hosts(www.fasthosts.co.uk)is offering ‘.com’,‘.co.uk’ and ‘.uk’ domain names for £1.20 for the first year,as long as you sign up for two years.
receiving payments,from complete shopping systems (bit.ly/sto458)
to ticket sales (bit.ly/tick458). If all you want to do is take money, though,consider the PayPal add-on(bit.ly/ppal458). You can add the button next to the information about the item or service that you want to take payments for, and your users can click straight through to a PayPal checkout screen to buy it. Most people have a PayPal account because of its connection to eBay, and payments can be made with a credit card.

Top 10 World’s most Tricky, Hazardous and dangerous roads…..

0

Road accidents are undoubtedly the most frequent and, overall, the cause of the most damage. The reason for this are the extremely hazardous and tricky roads. Many people die while challenging these Deadly Highways. This list includes some, if not all, of the most dangerous roads in the world. Videos are provided for each road, many of which show travel over some of the roughest terrain on the planet. So, if you don’t get frightened easily, fasten your seatbelt and take a virtual ride. And, if you’ve actually traveled on any of the awesome avenues, please let us know and share your experience ..
Now let’s begin the countdown.
10. KARAKORAM HIGHWAY(Pakistan to China): Sometimes considered the Eighth Wonder of the world, because it was built as high as 15,000feet above sea level and under very rough conditions, construction on the Karakoram Highway began in 1966 and was completed in 1979, although it wasn’t open to the public until 1986. This dangerous road covers more than 1,300 kilometers. The Karakoram Highway is beset with hazards : rock falls, landslides, avalanches, flooding, snow drifts, reckless drivers, herds of animals, precipitous cliffs and terrible storms.

9.LOGGING ROAD(Europe): The location of the road is not surely known, perhaps somewhere in Europe; nevertheless ,it must be one of the most dangerous roads in existence of course, there are many other Logging roads throughout the world, many of which are not paved, while others are little more than animal trials.

8.PAN AMERICAN HIGHWAY(Alaska to Chile) : The Pan American Highway (PAH) is not entirely dangerous, that is, it’s probably no worse than average American Highway but in some places, it is risky to take the PAH as a means of travel. Certainly a dangerous section of the PAH winds through Mexico and Central America, where drug cartel terrorists roam. In the Panamanian section of the road ,anyone could encounter FARC rebels, who often take captives and hold them for ransom ,sometimes for years. The PAH is 30,000 miles long and the only broken section of the road is the 60 miles Darien Gap, between Panama and Colombia, where FARC were worse.

7. SICHAUN-TIBET HIGHWAY(China):This very long highway -2028 kilometers in length -connects Chengdu in Sichaun with Lhasa in Tibet, through an area known as Kham. Continuously beset with hazards, rockslides and avalanches. This road winds among towering peaks, some of which over 6,000 meters in elevation. This road was built between 1958 and 1954. Many people die while traveling through this road.

6.JAMES DALTON HIGHWAY(Alaska): This road is also known as the North Slope Hall Road, the James Dalton Highway is a road used by truckers, specially those who travel to and from the Prudho Bay Oil Fields on the North Slope of Alaska. The highway is 414 miles long, paved in places, but about three -fourths of it is not. There are no medical facilities along the road.

5.SIBERIAN ROAD TO YAKUTSK(Russia):Travel through Siberia is always a challenge. Nicknamed the “Road of Bones”, the Siberian Road to Yakutsk meanders it’s way through one of the coldest regions in the world. (the townhouse of Yakutsk is constructed on permafrost). The road is mostly unpaved and is about 760 miles long. In the winter season is the prefferd time to travel on this road but in rainy season the road become monstrous.

4. GUOLIANG TUNNEL ROAD(China):When the Chinese government decided it wasn’t worth trouble and expense to make road that would be used only 300 villagers, 13 of those villagers decided to build a 8 mile tunnel through the solid rock of a vertical cliff. Located in the Taihang Mountains in the province of Henan. The tunnel is 15 feet high and 12 feet wide, barely wide enough for two cars. The road is open in 1977. This is particularly dangerous when it rains.

3.ZOJI PASS(India): Zoji pass winds through the highest mountain range in the world and dangerous for travel. It’s a dirt road with no guardrails or traffic signs and where landslides are a continual problem. Moreover, the road zigzags among cragy peaks at over 11,000feet at its highest elevation. The road was originally built in 1947 and first used for military purposes. Zoji pass is only 9 kilometers long. It connects the towns of Srinagar and leg in the western Himalayan Mountain Range (Indian Kashmir)

2.NORTH YUNGAS ROAD(Bolivia): North Yungas Road is also known as “The Road of Death “, leading from LA PAZ to coroico, the Road Of Death is 40 miles of one -lane road, featuring vertical drops of as much as 3,000 feet into the Amazon rainforest below. The road has over 200 hairpin turns. Many people died when traveling through this road.

1.FAIRY MEADOWS ROAD (Pakistan) : The Fairy Meadows Road is only for people who love to drive in the mountains and have nerves of steel. It open only during the summer months, this rocky, gravelly road is about 16 kilometers long, A six mile stretch of it is particularly hazardous. The road was built hundreds of years ago by villagers on Nanga Parbat Mountain and has not been repaired over the decades.

1) Fairy meadous road :

2)North yungas road:

3) Zoji Pass (India)

4. Guoliang Tunnel Road (China)

5. Siberian Road to Yakutsk

6. James Dalton Highway (Alaska)

7. Sichaun-Tibet Highway (China)

8. Pan American Highway

9. Logging Road (Europe)

10. Karakoram Highway (Pakistan to China)

How to build a better website ? Tips, tools and help.

0

Make a blog with documents in Dropbox Blot (blot.im) is a new service that lets you publish a website by simply uploading documents to a Dropbox account. You can drop standard word processor documents into a specific folder in your Dropbox storage and Blot will automatically convert them into blog posts, so you don’t even need to worry about coding or saving the file to another format. It works with various file types including text, Word, Markdown, bookmark files, images and HTML code,and costs $20 (around £15.40) per year.

Python tool for beginners:

Learning to program in Python is a great way to become familiar with the basic principles of computer coding, but it can be a pain to set up and experiment with in Windows.Instead, youcan use a brilliant new free IDE (integrated development environment –a place to write and organise your code) for Python called Mu (codewith.mu). This installs everything you need, provides a handy place to type your code and will even run it. It can connect with hardware devices and use the Pygame Zero library (bit.ly/ pgz458)to create simplest games.

Deal of the Fortnight :

Fast hosts (www.fasthosts.co.uk)is offering ‘.com’,‘.co.uk’ and ‘.uk’ domain names for £1.20 for the first year,as longa syou sign up for two years.

Web-building Helpdesk :

Wix has a range of add-ons for
brilliant new free IDE (integrated development environment –a place towrite and organise your code)for Python called Mu (codewith.mu). This installs everything youneed, provides a handy place to type your code and will even run it. It can connect with hardware devices and use the Pygame Zero library (bit.ly/ pgz458)to create simple games.

Dealofthe Fortnight

Fast hosts(www.fasthosts.co.uk)is offering ‘.com’,‘.co.uk’ and ‘.uk’ domain names for £1.20 for the first year,as long as you sign up for two years.
receiving payments,from complete shopping systems (bit.ly/sto458)
to ticket sales (bit.ly/tick458). If all you want to do is take money, though,consider the PayPal add-on(bit.ly/ppal458). You can add the button next to the information about the item or service that you want to take payments for, and your users can click straight through to a PayPal checkout screen to buy it. Most people have a PayPal account because of its connection to eBay, and payments can be made with a credit card.

Top 10 World’s most Tricky, Hazardous and dangerous roads…..

0

Road accidents are undoubtedly the most frequent and, overall, the cause of the most damage. The reason for this are the extremely hazardous and tricky roads. Many people die while challenging these Deadly Highways. This list includes some, if not all, of the most dangerous roads in the world. Videos are provided for each road, many of which show travel over some of the roughest terrain on the planet. So, if you don’t get frightened easily, fasten your seatbelt and take a virtual ride. And, if you’ve actually traveled on any of the awesome avenues, please let us know and share your experience ..
Now let’s begin the countdown.
10. KARAKORAM HIGHWAY(Pakistan to China): Sometimes considered the Eighth Wonder of the world, because it was built as high as 15,000feet above sea level and under very rough conditions, construction on the Karakoram Highway began in 1966 and was completed in 1979, although it wasn’t open to the public until 1986. This dangerous road covers more than 1,300 kilometers. The Karakoram Highway is beset with hazards : rock falls, landslides, avalanches, flooding, snow drifts, reckless drivers, herds of animals, precipitous cliffs and terrible storms.

9.LOGGING ROAD(Europe): The location of the road is not surely known, perhaps somewhere in Europe; nevertheless ,it must be one of the most dangerous roads in existence of course, there are many other Logging roads throughout the world, many of which are not paved, while others are little more than animal trials.

8.PAN AMERICAN HIGHWAY(Alaska to Chile) : The Pan American Highway (PAH) is not entirely dangerous, that is, it’s probably no worse than average American Highway but in some places, it is risky to take the PAH as a means of travel. Certainly a dangerous section of the PAH winds through Mexico and Central America, where drug cartel terrorists roam. In the Panamanian section of the road ,anyone could encounter FARC rebels, who often take captives and hold them for ransom ,sometimes for years. The PAH is 30,000 miles long and the only broken section of the road is the 60 miles Darien Gap, between Panama and Colombia, where FARC were worse.

7. SICHAUN-TIBET HIGHWAY(China):This very long highway -2028 kilometers in length -connects Chengdu in Sichaun with Lhasa in Tibet, through an area known as Kham. Continuously beset with hazards, rockslides and avalanches. This road winds among towering peaks, some of which over 6,000 meters in elevation. This road was built between 1958 and 1954. Many people die while traveling through this road.

6.JAMES DALTON HIGHWAY(Alaska): This road is also known as the North Slope Hall Road, the James Dalton Highway is a road used by truckers, specially those who travel to and from the Prudho Bay Oil Fields on the North Slope of Alaska. The highway is 414 miles long, paved in places, but about three -fourths of it is not. There are no medical facilities along the road.

5.SIBERIAN ROAD TO YAKUTSK(Russia):Travel through Siberia is always a challenge. Nicknamed the “Road of Bones”, the Siberian Road to Yakutsk meanders it’s way through one of the coldest regions in the world. (the townhouse of Yakutsk is constructed on permafrost). The road is mostly unpaved and is about 760 miles long. In the winter season is the prefferd time to travel on this road but in rainy season the road become monstrous.

4. GUOLIANG TUNNEL ROAD(China):When the Chinese government decided it wasn’t worth trouble and expense to make road that would be used only 300 villagers, 13 of those villagers decided to build a 8 mile tunnel through the solid rock of a vertical cliff. Located in the Taihang Mountains in the province of Henan. The tunnel is 15 feet high and 12 feet wide, barely wide enough for two cars. The road is open in 1977. This is particularly dangerous when it rains.

3.ZOJI PASS(India): Zoji pass winds through the highest mountain range in the world and dangerous for travel. It’s a dirt road with no guardrails or traffic signs and where landslides are a continual problem. Moreover, the road zigzags among cragy peaks at over 11,000feet at its highest elevation. The road was originally built in 1947 and first used for military purposes. Zoji pass is only 9 kilometers long. It connects the towns of Srinagar and leg in the western Himalayan Mountain Range (Indian Kashmir)

2.NORTH YUNGAS ROAD(Bolivia): North Yungas Road is also known as “The Road of Death “, leading from LA PAZ to coroico, the Road Of Death is 40 miles of one -lane road, featuring vertical drops of as much as 3,000 feet into the Amazon rainforest below. The road has over 200 hairpin turns. Many people died when traveling through this road.

1.FAIRY MEADOWS ROAD (Pakistan) : The Fairy Meadows Road is only for people who love to drive in the mountains and have nerves of steel. It open only during the summer months, this rocky, gravelly road is about 16 kilometers long, A six mile stretch of it is particularly hazardous. The road was built hundreds of years ago by villagers on Nanga Parbat Mountain and has not been repaired over the decades.

1) Fairy meadous road :

2)North yungas road:

3) Zoji Pass (India)

4. Guoliang Tunnel Road (China)

5. Siberian Road to Yakutsk

6. James Dalton Highway (Alaska)

7. Sichaun-Tibet Highway (China)

8. Pan American Highway

9. Logging Road (Europe)

10. Karakoram Highway (Pakistan to China)

Top 10 World’s most Tricky, Hazardous and dangerous roads…..

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Road accidents are undoubtedly the most frequent and, overall, the cause of the most damage. The reason for this are the extremely hazardous and tricky roads. Many people die while challenging these Deadly Highways. This list includes some, if not all, of the most dangerous roads in the world. Videos are provided for each road, many of which show travel over some of the roughest terrain on the planet. So, if you don’t get frightened easily, fasten your seatbelt and take a virtual ride. And, if you’ve actually traveled on any of the awesome avenues, please let us know and share your experience ..
Now let’s begin the countdown.
10. KARAKORAM HIGHWAY(Pakistan to China): Sometimes considered the Eighth Wonder of the world, because it was built as high as 15,000feet above sea level and under very rough conditions, construction on the Karakoram Highway began in 1966 and was completed in 1979, although it wasn’t open to the public until 1986. This dangerous road covers more than 1,300 kilometers. The Karakoram Highway is beset with hazards : rock falls, landslides, avalanches, flooding, snow drifts, reckless drivers, herds of animals, precipitous cliffs and terrible storms.

9.LOGGING ROAD(Europe): The location of the road is not surely known, perhaps somewhere in Europe; nevertheless ,it must be one of the most dangerous roads in existence of course, there are many other Logging roads throughout the world, many of which are not paved, while others are little more than animal trials.

8.PAN AMERICAN HIGHWAY(Alaska to Chile) : The Pan American Highway (PAH) is not entirely dangerous, that is, it’s probably no worse than average American Highway but in some places, it is risky to take the PAH as a means of travel. Certainly a dangerous section of the PAH winds through Mexico and Central America, where drug cartel terrorists roam. In the Panamanian section of the road ,anyone could encounter FARC rebels, who often take captives and hold them for ransom ,sometimes for years. The PAH is 30,000 miles long and the only broken section of the road is the 60 miles Darien Gap, between Panama and Colombia, where FARC were worse.

7. SICHAUN-TIBET HIGHWAY(China):This very long highway -2028 kilometers in length -connects Chengdu in Sichaun with Lhasa in Tibet, through an area known as Kham. Continuously beset with hazards, rockslides and avalanches. This road winds among towering peaks, some of which over 6,000 meters in elevation. This road was built between 1958 and 1954. Many people die while traveling through this road.

6.JAMES DALTON HIGHWAY(Alaska): This road is also known as the North Slope Hall Road, the James Dalton Highway is a road used by truckers, specially those who travel to and from the Prudho Bay Oil Fields on the North Slope of Alaska. The highway is 414 miles long, paved in places, but about three -fourths of it is not. There are no medical facilities along the road.

5.SIBERIAN ROAD TO YAKUTSK(Russia):Travel through Siberia is always a challenge. Nicknamed the “Road of Bones”, the Siberian Road to Yakutsk meanders it’s way through one of the coldest regions in the world. (the townhouse of Yakutsk is constructed on permafrost). The road is mostly unpaved and is about 760 miles long. In the winter season is the prefferd time to travel on this road but in rainy season the road become monstrous.

4. GUOLIANG TUNNEL ROAD(China):When the Chinese government decided it wasn’t worth trouble and expense to make road that would be used only 300 villagers, 13 of those villagers decided to build a 8 mile tunnel through the solid rock of a vertical cliff. Located in the Taihang Mountains in the province of Henan. The tunnel is 15 feet high and 12 feet wide, barely wide enough for two cars. The road is open in 1977. This is particularly dangerous when it rains.

3.ZOJI PASS(India): Zoji pass winds through the highest mountain range in the world and dangerous for travel. It’s a dirt road with no guardrails or traffic signs and where landslides are a continual problem. Moreover, the road zigzags among cragy peaks at over 11,000feet at its highest elevation. The road was originally built in 1947 and first used for military purposes. Zoji pass is only 9 kilometers long. It connects the towns of Srinagar and leg in the western Himalayan Mountain Range (Indian Kashmir)

2.NORTH YUNGAS ROAD(Bolivia): North Yungas Road is also known as “The Road of Death “, leading from LA PAZ to coroico, the Road Of Death is 40 miles of one -lane road, featuring vertical drops of as much as 3,000 feet into the Amazon rainforest below. The road has over 200 hairpin turns. Many people died when traveling through this road.

1.FAIRY MEADOWS ROAD (Pakistan) : The Fairy Meadows Road is only for people who love to drive in the mountains and have nerves of steel. It open only during the summer months, this rocky, gravelly road is about 16 kilometers long, A six mile stretch of it is particularly hazardous. The road was built hundreds of years ago by villagers on Nanga Parbat Mountain and has not been repaired over the decades.

1) Fairy meadous road :

2)North yungas road:

3) Zoji Pass (India)

4. Guoliang Tunnel Road (China)

5. Siberian Road to Yakutsk

6. James Dalton Highway (Alaska)

7. Sichaun-Tibet Highway (China)

8. Pan American Highway

9. Logging Road (Europe)

10. Karakoram Highway (Pakistan to China)

All information about xiaomi Mi 8 Lite and it’s interesting features..

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Chinese mobile company xiaomi revealed the Mi 8 and Mi 8 Explorer Edition smartphones in its home market china in the month of May in this following year. In 19th September 2018 ,the company has introduced a toned down variant of the MI 8 called Mi 8 Lite in China. The brands latest offering comes as a mid – range offering.

Talking about the design first, the Xiaomi Mi 8 sports a notch above the screen, which is home to the earpiece, front camera, and other sensors.

The handset features :

  • A glass back panel and a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner.
  • The phone comes with a 6.26-inch full HD+ display with an aspect ratio of 19.5:9 and a 2.5D curved glass on top.
  • Powering the smartphone is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor.
  • The phone comes in three RAM and storage variants — 4GB+64GB, 6GB+64GB, and 6GB+128GB.

The Mi 8 Lite has :

  • A 12-megapixel primary shooter at the rear, aided by a 5-megapixel secondary snapper.
  • For selfies and video-calling, you get a 24.8-megapixel camera on the front.
  • The connectivity options include 4G LTE, VoLTE, dual-SIM slots, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, USB Type-C, and A-GPS with GLONASS.
  • Software-wise, the smartphone boots MIUI based on Android 8.1 Oreo.
  • A 3,350mAh battery completes the list of the specifications.

Coming to the pricing:

  • The Xiaomi Mi 8 Lite’s base 4GB/64GB variant has been priced at RMB 1,399 (~14,800).
  • While the 6GB/64GB and 6GB/128GB models are being offered for RMB 1,699 (~Rs 18,000) and RMB 1,999 (~Rs 21,200) respectively.
  • The device will be available in a few colour variants.
  • Aurora Blue.
  • Sunset Gold.
  • Midnight Black.

Top 10 World’s most Tricky, Hazardous and dangerous roads…..

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Road accidents are undoubtedly the most frequent and, overall, the cause of the most damage. The reason for this are the extremely hazardous and tricky roads. Many people die while challenging these Deadly Highways. This list includes some, if not all, of the most dangerous roads in the world. Videos are provided for each road, many of which show travel over some of the roughest terrain on the planet. So, if you don’t get frightened easily, fasten your seatbelt and take a virtual ride. And, if you’ve actually traveled on any of the awesome avenues, please let us know and share your experience ..
Now let’s begin the countdown.
10. KARAKORAM HIGHWAY(Pakistan to China): Sometimes considered the Eighth Wonder of the world, because it was built as high as 15,000feet above sea level and under very rough conditions, construction on the Karakoram Highway began in 1966 and was completed in 1979, although it wasn’t open to the public until 1986. This dangerous road covers more than 1,300 kilometers. The Karakoram Highway is beset with hazards : rock falls, landslides, avalanches, flooding, snow drifts, reckless drivers, herds of animals, precipitous cliffs and terrible storms.

9.LOGGING ROAD(Europe): The location of the road is not surely known, perhaps somewhere in Europe; nevertheless ,it must be one of the most dangerous roads in existence of course, there are many other Logging roads throughout the world, many of which are not paved, while others are little more than animal trials.

8.PAN AMERICAN HIGHWAY(Alaska to Chile) : The Pan American Highway (PAH) is not entirely dangerous, that is, it’s probably no worse than average American Highway but in some places, it is risky to take the PAH as a means of travel. Certainly a dangerous section of the PAH winds through Mexico and Central America, where drug cartel terrorists roam. In the Panamanian section of the road ,anyone could encounter FARC rebels, who often take captives and hold them for ransom ,sometimes for years. The PAH is 30,000 miles long and the only broken section of the road is the 60 miles Darien Gap, between Panama and Colombia, where FARC were worse.

7. SICHAUN-TIBET HIGHWAY(China):This very long highway -2028 kilometers in length -connects Chengdu in Sichaun with Lhasa in Tibet, through an area known as Kham. Continuously beset with hazards, rockslides and avalanches. This road winds among towering peaks, some of which over 6,000 meters in elevation. This road was built between 1958 and 1954. Many people die while traveling through this road.

6.JAMES DALTON HIGHWAY(Alaska): This road is also known as the North Slope Hall Road, the James Dalton Highway is a road used by truckers, specially those who travel to and from the Prudho Bay Oil Fields on the North Slope of Alaska. The highway is 414 miles long, paved in places, but about three -fourths of it is not. There are no medical facilities along the road.

5.SIBERIAN ROAD TO YAKUTSK(Russia):Travel through Siberia is always a challenge. Nicknamed the “Road of Bones”, the Siberian Road to Yakutsk meanders it’s way through one of the coldest regions in the world. (the townhouse of Yakutsk is constructed on permafrost). The road is mostly unpaved and is about 760 miles long. In the winter season is the prefferd time to travel on this road but in rainy season the road become monstrous.

4. GUOLIANG TUNNEL ROAD(China):When the Chinese government decided it wasn’t worth trouble and expense to make road that would be used only 300 villagers, 13 of those villagers decided to build a 8 mile tunnel through the solid rock of a vertical cliff. Located in the Taihang Mountains in the province of Henan. The tunnel is 15 feet high and 12 feet wide, barely wide enough for two cars. The road is open in 1977. This is particularly dangerous when it rains.

3.ZOJI PASS(India): Zoji pass winds through the highest mountain range in the world and dangerous for travel. It’s a dirt road with no guardrails or traffic signs and where landslides are a continual problem. Moreover, the road zigzags among cragy peaks at over 11,000feet at its highest elevation. The road was originally built in 1947 and first used for military purposes. Zoji pass is only 9 kilometers long. It connects the towns of Srinagar and leg in the western Himalayan Mountain Range (Indian Kashmir)

2.NORTH YUNGAS ROAD(Bolivia): North Yungas Road is also known as “The Road of Death “, leading from LA PAZ to coroico, the Road Of Death is 40 miles of one -lane road, featuring vertical drops of as much as 3,000 feet into the Amazon rainforest below. The road has over 200 hairpin turns. Many people died when traveling through this road.

1.FAIRY MEADOWS ROAD (Pakistan) : The Fairy Meadows Road is only for people who love to drive in the mountains and have nerves of steel. It open only during the summer months, this rocky, gravelly road is about 16 kilometers long, A six mile stretch of it is particularly hazardous. The road was built hundreds of years ago by villagers on Nanga Parbat Mountain and has not been repaired over the decades.

1) Fairy meadous road :

2)North yungas road:

3) Zoji Pass (India)

4. Guoliang Tunnel Road (China)

5. Siberian Road to Yakutsk

6. James Dalton Highway (Alaska)

7. Sichaun-Tibet Highway (China)

8. Pan American Highway

9. Logging Road (Europe)

10. Karakoram Highway (Pakistan to China)

All information about xiaomi Mi 8 Lite and it’s interesting features..

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Chinese mobile company xiaomi revealed the Mi 8 and Mi 8 Explorer Edition smartphones in its home market china in the month of May in this following year. In 19th September 2018 ,the company has introduced a toned down variant of the MI 8 called Mi 8 Lite in China. The brands latest offering comes as a mid – range offering.

Talking about the design first, the Xiaomi Mi 8 sports a notch above the screen, which is home to the earpiece, front camera, and other sensors.

The handset features :

  • A glass back panel and a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner.
  • The phone comes with a 6.26-inch full HD+ display with an aspect ratio of 19.5:9 and a 2.5D curved glass on top.
  • Powering the smartphone is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor.
  • The phone comes in three RAM and storage variants — 4GB+64GB, 6GB+64GB, and 6GB+128GB.

The Mi 8 Lite has :

  • A 12-megapixel primary shooter at the rear, aided by a 5-megapixel secondary snapper.
  • For selfies and video-calling, you get a 24.8-megapixel camera on the front.
  • The connectivity options include 4G LTE, VoLTE, dual-SIM slots, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, USB Type-C, and A-GPS with GLONASS.
  • Software-wise, the smartphone boots MIUI based on Android 8.1 Oreo.
  • A 3,350mAh battery completes the list of the specifications.

Coming to the pricing:

  • The Xiaomi Mi 8 Lite’s base 4GB/64GB variant has been priced at RMB 1,399 (~14,800).
  • While the 6GB/64GB and 6GB/128GB models are being offered for RMB 1,699 (~Rs 18,000) and RMB 1,999 (~Rs 21,200) respectively.
  • The device will be available in a few colour variants.
  • Aurora Blue.
  • Sunset Gold.
  • Midnight Black.

Top 10 World’s most Tricky, Hazardous and dangerous roads…..

0

Road accidents are undoubtedly the most frequent and, overall, the cause of the most damage. The reason for this are the extremely hazardous and tricky roads. Many people die while challenging these Deadly Highways. This list includes some, if not all, of the most dangerous roads in the world. Videos are provided for each road, many of which show travel over some of the roughest terrain on the planet. So, if you don’t get frightened easily, fasten your seatbelt and take a virtual ride. And, if you’ve actually traveled on any of the awesome avenues, please let us know and share your experience ..
Now let’s begin the countdown.
10. KARAKORAM HIGHWAY(Pakistan to China): Sometimes considered the Eighth Wonder of the world, because it was built as high as 15,000feet above sea level and under very rough conditions, construction on the Karakoram Highway began in 1966 and was completed in 1979, although it wasn’t open to the public until 1986. This dangerous road covers more than 1,300 kilometers. The Karakoram Highway is beset with hazards : rock falls, landslides, avalanches, flooding, snow drifts, reckless drivers, herds of animals, precipitous cliffs and terrible storms.

9.LOGGING ROAD(Europe): The location of the road is not surely known, perhaps somewhere in Europe; nevertheless ,it must be one of the most dangerous roads in existence of course, there are many other Logging roads throughout the world, many of which are not paved, while others are little more than animal trials.

8.PAN AMERICAN HIGHWAY(Alaska to Chile) : The Pan American Highway (PAH) is not entirely dangerous, that is, it’s probably no worse than average American Highway but in some places, it is risky to take the PAH as a means of travel. Certainly a dangerous section of the PAH winds through Mexico and Central America, where drug cartel terrorists roam. In the Panamanian section of the road ,anyone could encounter FARC rebels, who often take captives and hold them for ransom ,sometimes for years. The PAH is 30,000 miles long and the only broken section of the road is the 60 miles Darien Gap, between Panama and Colombia, where FARC were worse.

7. SICHAUN-TIBET HIGHWAY(China):This very long highway -2028 kilometers in length -connects Chengdu in Sichaun with Lhasa in Tibet, through an area known as Kham. Continuously beset with hazards, rockslides and avalanches. This road winds among towering peaks, some of which over 6,000 meters in elevation. This road was built between 1958 and 1954. Many people die while traveling through this road.

6.JAMES DALTON HIGHWAY(Alaska): This road is also known as the North Slope Hall Road, the James Dalton Highway is a road used by truckers, specially those who travel to and from the Prudho Bay Oil Fields on the North Slope of Alaska. The highway is 414 miles long, paved in places, but about three -fourths of it is not. There are no medical facilities along the road.

5.SIBERIAN ROAD TO YAKUTSK(Russia):Travel through Siberia is always a challenge. Nicknamed the “Road of Bones”, the Siberian Road to Yakutsk meanders it’s way through one of the coldest regions in the world. (the townhouse of Yakutsk is constructed on permafrost). The road is mostly unpaved and is about 760 miles long. In the winter season is the prefferd time to travel on this road but in rainy season the road become monstrous.

4. GUOLIANG TUNNEL ROAD(China):When the Chinese government decided it wasn’t worth trouble and expense to make road that would be used only 300 villagers, 13 of those villagers decided to build a 8 mile tunnel through the solid rock of a vertical cliff. Located in the Taihang Mountains in the province of Henan. The tunnel is 15 feet high and 12 feet wide, barely wide enough for two cars. The road is open in 1977. This is particularly dangerous when it rains.

3.ZOJI PASS(India): Zoji pass winds through the highest mountain range in the world and dangerous for travel. It’s a dirt road with no guardrails or traffic signs and where landslides are a continual problem. Moreover, the road zigzags among cragy peaks at over 11,000feet at its highest elevation. The road was originally built in 1947 and first used for military purposes. Zoji pass is only 9 kilometers long. It connects the towns of Srinagar and leg in the western Himalayan Mountain Range (Indian Kashmir)

2.NORTH YUNGAS ROAD(Bolivia): North Yungas Road is also known as “The Road of Death “, leading from LA PAZ to coroico, the Road Of Death is 40 miles of one -lane road, featuring vertical drops of as much as 3,000 feet into the Amazon rainforest below. The road has over 200 hairpin turns. Many people died when traveling through this road.

1.FAIRY MEADOWS ROAD (Pakistan) : The Fairy Meadows Road is only for people who love to drive in the mountains and have nerves of steel. It open only during the summer months, this rocky, gravelly road is about 16 kilometers long, A six mile stretch of it is particularly hazardous. The road was built hundreds of years ago by villagers on Nanga Parbat Mountain and has not been repaired over the decades.

1) Fairy meadous road :

2)North yungas road:

3) Zoji Pass (India)

4. Guoliang Tunnel Road (China)

5. Siberian Road to Yakutsk

6. James Dalton Highway (Alaska)

7. Sichaun-Tibet Highway (China)

8. Pan American Highway

9. Logging Road (Europe)

10. Karakoram Highway (Pakistan to China)

Top 10 World’s most Tricky, Hazardous and dangerous roads…..

0

Road accidents are undoubtedly the most frequent and, overall, the cause of the most damage. The reason for this are the extremely hazardous and tricky roads. Many people die while challenging these Deadly Highways. This list includes some, if not all, of the most dangerous roads in the world. Videos are provided for each road, many of which show travel over some of the roughest terrain on the planet. So, if you don’t get frightened easily, fasten your seatbelt and take a virtual ride. And, if you’ve actually traveled on any of the awesome avenues, please let us know and share your experience ..
Now let’s begin the countdown.
10. KARAKORAM HIGHWAY(Pakistan to China): Sometimes considered the Eighth Wonder of the world, because it was built as high as 15,000feet above sea level and under very rough conditions, construction on the Karakoram Highway began in 1966 and was completed in 1979, although it wasn’t open to the public until 1986. This dangerous road covers more than 1,300 kilometers. The Karakoram Highway is beset with hazards : rock falls, landslides, avalanches, flooding, snow drifts, reckless drivers, herds of animals, precipitous cliffs and terrible storms.

9.LOGGING ROAD(Europe): The location of the road is not surely known, perhaps somewhere in Europe; nevertheless ,it must be one of the most dangerous roads in existence of course, there are many other Logging roads throughout the world, many of which are not paved, while others are little more than animal trials.

8.PAN AMERICAN HIGHWAY(Alaska to Chile) : The Pan American Highway (PAH) is not entirely dangerous, that is, it’s probably no worse than average American Highway but in some places, it is risky to take the PAH as a means of travel. Certainly a dangerous section of the PAH winds through Mexico and Central America, where drug cartel terrorists roam. In the Panamanian section of the road ,anyone could encounter FARC rebels, who often take captives and hold them for ransom ,sometimes for years. The PAH is 30,000 miles long and the only broken section of the road is the 60 miles Darien Gap, between Panama and Colombia, where FARC were worse.

7. SICHAUN-TIBET HIGHWAY(China):This very long highway -2028 kilometers in length -connects Chengdu in Sichaun with Lhasa in Tibet, through an area known as Kham. Continuously beset with hazards, rockslides and avalanches. This road winds among towering peaks, some of which over 6,000 meters in elevation. This road was built between 1958 and 1954. Many people die while traveling through this road.

6.JAMES DALTON HIGHWAY(Alaska): This road is also known as the North Slope Hall Road, the James Dalton Highway is a road used by truckers, specially those who travel to and from the Prudho Bay Oil Fields on the North Slope of Alaska. The highway is 414 miles long, paved in places, but about three -fourths of it is not. There are no medical facilities along the road.

5.SIBERIAN ROAD TO YAKUTSK(Russia):Travel through Siberia is always a challenge. Nicknamed the “Road of Bones”, the Siberian Road to Yakutsk meanders it’s way through one of the coldest regions in the world. (the townhouse of Yakutsk is constructed on permafrost). The road is mostly unpaved and is about 760 miles long. In the winter season is the prefferd time to travel on this road but in rainy season the road become monstrous.

4. GUOLIANG TUNNEL ROAD(China):When the Chinese government decided it wasn’t worth trouble and expense to make road that would be used only 300 villagers, 13 of those villagers decided to build a 8 mile tunnel through the solid rock of a vertical cliff. Located in the Taihang Mountains in the province of Henan. The tunnel is 15 feet high and 12 feet wide, barely wide enough for two cars. The road is open in 1977. This is particularly dangerous when it rains.

3.ZOJI PASS(India): Zoji pass winds through the highest mountain range in the world and dangerous for travel. It’s a dirt road with no guardrails or traffic signs and where landslides are a continual problem. Moreover, the road zigzags among cragy peaks at over 11,000feet at its highest elevation. The road was originally built in 1947 and first used for military purposes. Zoji pass is only 9 kilometers long. It connects the towns of Srinagar and leg in the western Himalayan Mountain Range (Indian Kashmir)

2.NORTH YUNGAS ROAD(Bolivia): North Yungas Road is also known as “The Road of Death “, leading from LA PAZ to coroico, the Road Of Death is 40 miles of one -lane road, featuring vertical drops of as much as 3,000 feet into the Amazon rainforest below. The road has over 200 hairpin turns. Many people died when traveling through this road.

1.FAIRY MEADOWS ROAD (Pakistan) : The Fairy Meadows Road is only for people who love to drive in the mountains and have nerves of steel. It open only during the summer months, this rocky, gravelly road is about 16 kilometers long, A six mile stretch of it is particularly hazardous. The road was built hundreds of years ago by villagers on Nanga Parbat Mountain and has not been repaired over the decades.

1) Fairy meadous road :

2)North yungas road:

3) Zoji Pass (India)

4. Guoliang Tunnel Road (China)

5. Siberian Road to Yakutsk

6. James Dalton Highway (Alaska)

7. Sichaun-Tibet Highway (China)

8. Pan American Highway

9. Logging Road (Europe)

10. Karakoram Highway (Pakistan to China)

samsung Galaxy A7(2018) renders and live photo reveal with new features.

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Samsung is releasing a new handset. It is not sure yet. The company didn’t confirm the news .with Samsung merging the Galaxy J and A-series, the upcoming Galaxy AJ(2018) could very well be the last of the original a lineup. And it’s going to be an exciting one.

A leaked live photo and a few seemingly official press renders just revealed the whole design of the upcoming handset along with two key features –
1.A side mounted fingerprint reader.
2.Triple camera setup.
3.Metal side frame.
4.Glass back design.
and if the images are legit, the Galaxy S10 won’t be the first triple camera smartphone from the company afterall. The leaks, however, don’t reveal anything else so we will have to wait for more information to pile up before we paint a pretty picture.

It appears that Samsung is moving forward with its plan to implement new features to whatever phone is coming next, rather than holding back on mid-rangers, so flagship can get everything first.

Be Conscious About The High Use Of Chemicals In Cosmetics Products…….

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We all love to look beautiful in front of others. Being a girl we love when people praise about our beauty .To show ourselves gorgeous the cosmetics products become our bae .specially in a time of competition and perfection we all want look gorgeous in the eyes of others. These days people give more preference to outer beauty in the world of glamour and to compete in the race to look beautiful ,women often use cosmetics and not all women aware of the cosmetic and personal care products posses various chemicals.
The beauty product you use can negatively affect your hormones. A new study has discovered links between chemicals that are widely used in cosmetic and personal care products and changes in reproductive hormones. As part of the study, a total of 509 urine samples were collected from 143 women aged 18 to 44 years, free of known chronic health conditions and birth control methods. This was done to measure environmental chemicals that are found in personal care products, such as parabens, which are antimicrobial preservatives, and benzophenones, which are are ultraviolet filters. These are usually found in cosmetic products.
This multi-chemical approach more closely reflects real world environmental exposures and shows that even low-level exposure to mixtures of chemicals may affect reproductive hormones level.
Another neteworthy finding of the study is that certain chemical and UV filters were associated with decreased reproductive hormones in multi-chemical exposures, while others were associated with increases in other reproductive hormones, underscoring the complexities of these chemicals.