Mitcham Junction is a National Rail station served by Southern and Thameslink trains, a Tramlink stop. It is in the London Borough of Merton and is in Travelcard Zone 4; the station opened on 1 October 1868. Despite its name, Mitcham Junction no longer has a junction: one of the two lines that crossed here has become a grade-separated Tramlink route; the other line is used by services between Sutton and London Victoria, or London Blackfriars and beyond. This line still has sharp curves at either end of the station where the junctions were located and speed is limited to 30 miles per hour. Mitcham Junction is not in the centre of Mitcham but is near the historic Cricket Green Conservation Area, across Mitcham Common; the nearest main line railway station to the commercial centre of Mitcham is Mitcham Eastfields located between Mitcham Junction and Streatham which opened in June 2008. Southern southbound services to Epsom. Thameslink run a figure of six service, running southbound to Sutton. In peak hours, trains run southbound to Dorking and Horsham.
The Hi-Fi Nightingale is an album from Caterina Valente. Released in the US; this album includes her big hits "Malagueña" and "The Breeze and I". "The Breeze and I" "If Hearts Could Talk" "Temptation" "The Ecstasy" "Jalousie" "Fiesta Cubana" "Malaguena" "The Way You Love Me" "My Lonely Lover" "Begin the Beguine" "Siboney" "This Must Be Wrong" "This Must Be Wrong" Georges Auric Composer Vera Bloom Composer Nacio Herb Brown Composer Henri Contet Composer Paul Durand Composer Kurt Feltz Composer, Producer Silvio Francesco Primary Artist Arthur Freed Composer Jacob Gade Composer Heinz Gietz Composer Kermit Goell Composer Jimmy Kennedy Composer Raymond Klages Composer Ernesto Lecuona Composer Dolly Morse Composer Cole Porter Composer Nat Simon Composer Herb Steiner Composer Kay Twomey Composer Caterina Valente Primary Artist, Vocals Fred Wise Composer
Spiridon Sergeyevich Chernyugov was a Soviet Army major general. Chernyugov joined the Red Guards in late 1917 and transferred to the Red Army in early 1918, serving as an orderly and as a Red Army man during the Russian Civil War, he became a junior commander after the end of the war upon graduation from command courses, serving in staff positions during the late 1930s. He became commander of the 117th Rifle Division as the Red Army expanded before Operation Barbarossa, leading it and the 102nd Rifle Division during the Battle of Smolensk. Wounded, upon recovery, Chernyugov became commander of a rifle brigade that he continued to command when it became the 47th Rifle Division, he led the 8th Guards Rifle Division from late 1942 until a severe wounding during the Leningrad–Novgorod Offensive in early 1944. After months of treatment, Chernyugov was given command of infantry courses for the rest of the war. Postwar, he commanded a rifle brigade and held DOSARM positions before retiring in 1951.
Chernyugov was born on 27 December 1901 in the village of Goryunkovo, Mignovichskoy volost, Krasninsky Uyezd, Smolensk Governorate. During the Russian Civil War, in October 1917, he joined the Red Guards and was sent to the 291st Reserve Field Hospital, where he worked as a messenger and orderly. In May 1918, Chernyugov voluntarily transferred to the Red Army, being assigned to the 26th Rifle Division as a combatant orderly, he served as a Red Army man in the 232nd Rifle Regiment of the division from late 1919, fighting on the Eastern Front near Zlatoust and Kurgan against the White army led by Alexander Kolchak. Chernyugov fell ill with typhus, was evacuated to a hospital in Nizhny Novgorod, going on sick leave between February and July 1920. After his recovery, Chernyugov was assigned to the 16th Rifle Regiment in Dorogobuzh, in August 1920 sent to study at the 18th Infantry Command Courses in Kaluga, participating in the suppression of the Tambov Rebellion as part of a student detachment between March and November 1921.
After graduating from the courses in April 1922, Chernyugov was seconded as a platoon commander at the disposal of the assistant commander-in-chief for Siberia, becoming a student at the 1st School of the Forces of Special Purpose in Omsk. Upon graduation in December 1923, he served as a platoon commander and acting company commander in the 523rd Ossetia and 522nd Vladikavkaz Special Purpose Battalions. After the disbandment of the ChON, Chernyugov was transferred to become a platoon commander in the regimental school of the 28th Rifle Division at Grozny, he studied at the commanders' refresher courses at the Vladikavkaz Infantry School between August 1925 and graduation in September 1927. During this period, Chernyugov participated in the disarmament of anti-Soviet guerrillas in Chechnya between August and September 1925 and in the Khasavyurtovsky District of Dagestan between September and October 1926. After graduation from the courses, he was posted to the 133rd Bessarabia Rifle Regiment of the 45th Rifle Division of the Ukrainian Military District at Kiev, where he served as a platoon commander in the regimental school, assistant commander and commander of a company, acting head of the regimental school.
He studied at the Frunze Military Academy between March 1931 and May 1934 was appointed assistant head of the 1st staff department in the 70th Rifle Division of the Volga Military District at Kuybyshev. From January 1935, he served as chief of staff of the 210th Rifle Regiment of the division, in April 1936 became assistant head of the reconnaissance department of the district headquarters. Chernyugov transferred to the 53rd Rifle Division of the district in January 1937 to become head of its 1st staff unit, from March 1938 commanded the 158th Rifle Regiment of the division, he became commander of the 117th Rifle Division, forming at Kuybyshev, on 13 August 1939. During June 1941 the division became part of the 21st Army; when Operation Barbarossa, the German invasion of the Soviet Union, began on 22 June, the division was part of the 66th Rifle Corps of the army, part of the Reserve of the High Command although located in the Volga Military District. It was transferred to the 63rd Rifle Corps, with which it was sent to the Western Front between 26 June and 2 July to fight in the Battle of Smolensk.
Chernyugov was relieved of command on 18 July, for what the military council of the front described on 1 August as "poor leadership of combat operations" and "lack of command and control". The same report noted that between 5 and 7 July, during battles near Zhlobin, Chernyugov's poor leadership resulted in the loss of half of the infantry and artillery of the division, accusing him of abandoning his unit and crossing the Dnieper to the rear. Upon further investigation, these allegations were not confirmed, he was appointed commander of the 102nd Rifle Division of the army. Chernyugov led the 102nd before he was wounded on 15 August and evacuated to hospitals in Oryol and Kuybyshev. Appointed commander of the 21st Separate Rifle Brigade, forming in the Volga Military District, in early November, Chernyugov led the brigade as it was sent to the Western Front near Naro-Fominsk; the brigade became part of the 4th Shock Army in late December, during January and February 1942 fought in the Toropets–Kholm Offensive, advancing on the right flank of the army.
During the offensive, the brigade reached its assigned objectives and went over to the defensive after capturing Usvyaty, 30 kilometers northwest of Velizh. After the brigade was expanded into the 47th Rifle Division in July, Chernyugov continued in command until his transfer to command the 8th Guards Rifle Div
Viet Duc Hospital is the largest surgical center of Vietnam, situated at Trang Thi Street, Hanoi. The Hospital was founded in 1904 as a part of Indochina Medical College by the French colonial governor Paul Doumer. During its history it bore many names: Yersin Hospital, Hospital of Vietnam – GDR Friendship, Viet Duc Hospital; the well known Vietnamese surgeon Ton That Tung more than 40 years conducted his research and operations here. At present, the Hospital has more than 500 beds for patients and 18 surgery rooms and able to perform over 800 open-heart operations annually, it has good cooperation in exchange and training programs with medical facilities in France, Germany and some other countries. In 1998, the Medicinal Laser Unit was established here to study and apply laser techniques in diagnosis and treatment of some diseases including cancer. In 2006, Hans Messer Foundation in a partnership with East Meets West Foundation and Dräger donated new equipment of total value more than US$160,000 to increase the capacity for children's surgery in the Hospital.
The hospital has been a site of collaboration with Facing the World, a UK charity that trains Vietnamese surgeons in craniofacial surgery, sends UK doctors to Vietnam to perform surgeries, provides equipment to Vietnamese hospitals. List of hospitals in Vietnam Official page of Viet Duc Hospital, Vietnamese
Nangal Choudhary is an important town and tehsil headquarters of District Mahendragarh at Narnaul. It holds the crown of being "First Cyber Village of Haryana". During the Mughal rule, Narnaul was a flourishing town. Nawab Shah Quli Khan, a Governor of Akbar, erected many splendid buildings at Narnaul, laid out many beautiful gardens and built a fine mausoleum for 500 years before to Vikran Samwat 1962, Udha Saini cameand taken possession of Nangal Choudhary. After some time, he included Sitaram Brahamin with him in land possession. Both of them distributed the land among their children. By the time, they included Rajputs and Malis in village land occupation. After some times fours casts has taken equal possession namely Malis, Parjapatis, Rajputs, they charges recovery for this land in cultivation. When Udai rehabitated this village and named as Udai Nangal, but it is not known as Nangal Choudhary. This village was never shifted to any place, it is situated on the same location since history. Jhajhar Nawab has put this village on Batai and recovered its charges.
In samwat 1914, an English officer has given this land on Rs 1525 on contract basis for one year. But after 1915 samwat, Mahraja Patiyala has cancelled this contract and started recovery in his own way. Edited by Nangal Choudhary Presently, Nangal Choudhary is one of district block headquarters situated in southern part of the district and touchs districts of Alwar and Jaipur of Rajasthan state; the upland tract unit covers the area between northern Narnaul and Nangal Choudhary Hills in the Narnaul Tehsil. A desert upland, situated between 284 and 302 meters above the mean sea level belongs to the Aravali System. Nangal Choudhary hills in Narnaul tehsil near Haryana-Rajasthan boundary are one of the many geographical features of Independent hill ranges in Mahendragarh in Narnaul Tehsils. East of the Kasaunti or Krishnawati river stream, the elevation of 626 m and relative relief of 160 m is found near Mukandpura village. North-west and south of Narnaul town, rounded hillocks and elliptical hills are prominent features of the landscape in the sandy terrain between the Dohan and Kasaunti streams.
The elevation of the conical hillock near Thans village is the highest, 652 m. Nangal Choudhary is granted status of Tehsil and Municipal Committee by Haryana Chief Minister Mr. Bhupender Singh Hooda during a public rally held at Nangal Choudhary on 6 May 2012. Integrated Multimodel Logistics Hub, Nangal Chaudhary, 1,100 acre US$3.3. Billion project along the railway in Haryana is part of Delhi–Mumbai Industrial Corridor Project on Western Dedicated Freight Corridor, on track to be completed on time by December 2017. Among such investors, Dr. B. Ravi Pillai, owner of RP Group and the richest Indian billionaire in Dubai and Middle East which employ over 70,000 employees, offered to CM of Haryana in December 2017 to invest in logistics company in Integrated Multimodel Logistics Hub, Nangal Chaudhary and in Prime Minister's Housing for All low-cost urban housing in 3 Industrial Model Townships along Delhi Western Peripheral Expressway in IMT Bahadurgarh, IMT Kundli, Sonipat and IMT Manesar with construction to be completed within 1 year.
The Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor Project is a US$100 billion India-Japan state-sponsored industrial development project of the Government of India on the Western Dedicated Freight Corridor, aimed at developing 7 Investment Regions of 250 sq km and 13 industrial areas across six states in India by boosting major expansion of Infrastructure and Industry, including industrial clusters and rail, road and air connectivity in the states along the route of the Corridor. This would open a floodgate of opportunities along several parts of Golden Quadrilateral such as Delhi-Mumbai NH-48, NH-2, NH-1 and NH -10 for developing industrial and supporting infrastructure through public-private initiatives. More than 60% area of Haryana is under DMIC project, extended up to 150 km on both sides of the alignment of DMIC. Manesar-Bawal-Nangal Chaudhary is one of the investment regions selected for development in the first phase of ambitious DMIC. Manesar has more than US$10 billion investment in several large multinational industries, specially from Japan, such as Maruti Suzuki and Tosiba Eco City.
Aadhar's national Data Center is located here. Bawal has been evolved as a mega industrial growth hub where HSIIDC has allotted 78 Industrial manufacturing plots to 78 medium and large scale projects multi-national companies here with capital investment of around US$1.18 billion, including Harley-Davidson, Asahi India, Musashi Auto Parts India, POSCO steel, Kansai Nerolac Paints, YKK, Euothern Hema, Keihin Corporation, Atlas Copco, Ahresty Wilmington Corporation, Caparo Maruti and Haco Group along with many Indian companies such as Omax Corporation, Rico Auto Corporation, Minda Auto Group, Rubyco Modular Furniture International, Tenneco Automotive India, Continental Equipment and Multicolor Steels, Caparo power plant, etc. have set up plants. Nangal Chaudhary, with USD$3.3 billion phase-I investment, is North India's largest logistics and warehousing hub. Road: Nangal Choudhary is connected by road to Kotputli 28km, Jaipur 138km, Narnaul 22km, Behror 25km, Neem ka Thana 43km, these and other cities of Haryana and Rajasthan.
The Panther! is an album by saxophonist Dexter Gordon, recorded in 1970 and released on the Prestige label. Lindsay Planer of Allmusic states, "Dexter Gordon entered the 1970s -- as well as his career's quarter-century mark -- on a definite upstroke with the sly, sexy -- and above else -- stylish platter The Panther!" All compositions by Dexter Gordon except as indicated "The Panther" - 6:29 "Body and Soul" - 11:01 "Valse Robin" - 5:56 "Mrs. Miniver" - 7:38 "The Christmas Song" - 5:23 "The Blues Walk" - 7:21 Dexter Gordon - tenor saxophone Tommy Flanagan - piano Larry Ridley - bass Alan Dawson - drums