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Howrah–Jaisalmer Superfast Express

Howrah - Jaisalmer Superfast Express is a superfast train of the Indian Railways connecting Howrah Junction in West Bengal and Jaisalmer of Rajasthan. It is being operated with 12371/12372 train numbers on weekly basis; the 12371/Howrah - Jaisalmer SF Express has averages speed of 57 km/h and covers 2249 km in 39 hrs 25 mins. 12372/Jaisalmer - Howrah SF Express has averages speed of 57 km/hr and covers 2249 km in 39 hrs 25 mins. The important halts of the train are: Howrah Junction Durgapur Asansol Junction Dhanbad Junction Gaya Junction Mughalsarai Junction Varanasi Junction Pratapgarh Junction Amethi Rae Bareli Junction Lucknow Charbagh Bareilly Junction Moradabad Junction Ghaziabad Junction Delhi Junction Delhi Cantonment Gurgaon Rewari Junction Sultanpur Jn Churu Junction Ratangarh Junction Bikaner Junction Phalodi Junction Ramdevra Jaisalmer The train has got LHB rakes from 26 August 2019, with max speed of 130 km/h; the train consist of 24 coaches: 1 First AC 1 AC II Tier 4 AC III Tier 11 Sleeper Coaches 3 General 2 Second-class Luggage/parcel van 1 High capacity parcel van 1 Pantry Car Both trains are hauled by a Howrah Loco Shed or Mughalsarai Loco Shed based WAP-4 electric locomotive from Howrah to Mughalsarai and from Mughalsarai it is hauled by a Mughalsarai Loco Shed based WDM-3A diesel locomotive up til Jaisalmer and vice versa.

Howrah Junction railway station Jaisalmer railway station 12371 - Starts form Howrah every'Monday at 8:15 AM and reach Jaisalmer next day at Night 11:50 PM IST 12372 - Starts from Jaisalmer, Rajasthan every Thursday at Afternoon 1:25 AM IST and reach Howrah next day Evening 4:55 PM 12371/Howrah - Jaisalmer SF Express 12372/Jaisalmer - Howrah SF Express Train info

Arran War Memorial Hospital

The Arran War Memorial Hospital is a healthcare facility located in Lamlash on the Isle of Arran, Scotland. It has seventeen staffed beds for in-patient medical care, x-ray facilities, is the base for a community maternity unit, it is managed by NHS Arran. In 1919 a committee was formed to establish a cottage hospital. Archibald Cook designed the building the following year. A range of gifts and donations allowed the hospital to be established with two four-bedded wards, two single rooms, a consulting room and an operating theatre. An official opening ceremony was held on 8 July 1922. A maternity ward was added in 1930. During the Second World War the hospital took military casualties. In 1948, following the formation of the NHS in Scotland, the hospital was run by the Board of Management for Isle of Arran Hospitals. In 1972, after some campaigning by the community, an eight-bed extension was built. In 1974 responsibility passed to North Ayrshire and Arran District of Ayrshire and Arran Health Board.

Around 1980 a modern surgical theatre was installed and in 1981 a part-time general surgeon was appointed but within two years his hours were being reduced. Two new single rooms were added in 2011. In July 2013, the health board commissioned a new biomass boiler, fuelled by woodchips from locally grown timber; the dental facility at the hospital was refurbished and extended in 2013. There were ten births at the hospital in the year ended 31 March 2015. Official website Healthcare Improvement Scotland inspection reports

Mozart's Mini-Mart

Mozart Estate Present Go-Kart Mozart in Mozart's Mini-Mart is the fourth studio album by Go-Kart Mozart, the musical project of former Felt and Denim frontman Lawrence. It was released on February 2018 on West Midlands Records, a subsidiary of Cherry Red; the album was envisioned by Lawrence as a mini-album, was intended to be a companion piece to the band's previous album On the Hot Dog Streets. However, the mini-album was never completed in time, has now been extended into a 17-track full-length album; the album was produced by Ian Button of the band Death in Vegas. The album's release coincided with the remastered editions of the first five Felt albums by Cherry Red on CD and vinyl. All songs written except where noted. "Anagram of We Sold Apes" - 2:35 "When You're Depressed" - 2:55 "Relative Poverty" - 2:52 "Zelda's in the Spotlight" - 2:47 "Big Ship" - 2:23 "Nub-End in a Coke Can" - 0:55 "A Black Hood on His Head" - 2:25 "Facing the Scorn of Tomorrow's Generation" - 1:34 "A New World" - 2:19 "I'm Dope" - 1:27 "Crokadile Rokstarz" - 2:00 "Knickers on the Line by 3 Chord Fraud" - 1:09 "Chromium-Plated We're So Elated" - 3:09 "Man of Two Sides" - 0:49 "Farewell to Tarzan Harvey" - 1:22 "A Ding Ding Ding Ding Dong!!"

- 2:48 "Anagram 1st Prize Reprize" - 0:42

Deutsche Vereinigung

Deutsche Vereinigung, or the German Union, was a Nazi German extreme right-wing political party founded in 1934 by members of the ethnic German minority residing in the Second Polish Republic. The organization was established on September 8, 1934 in Bydgoszcz after solving the "German Union in Sejm and Senate"; the organization included German minority organizations from northern Poland, such as the "Block of Unity" operating in Poznań, "Young German Block" from Grudziądz and the "German Central Election Commission" operating in Pomerania. Within 1,5 year, 150 branches were established, by May 1934, the DV had 16,474 members. At the turn of 1935/36, the number of members increased to 27,804. In the spring of 1939, the DV had about 35,000 members in the provinces of Poznań and Pomerania, which made it the second largest organization of the German minority in Poland. Organizationally, the DV, like other German organizations in pre-war Poland, was subject to the Hauptamt Volksdeutsche Mittelstelle, headed by Obergruppenführer Werner Lorenz.

DV published three newspapers, "Deutsche Rundschau in Polen", "Posener Tageblatt" and "Pommereller Tageblatt", which met the goals of agitation. The German Union competed with another organization of the German minority in Poland - the Jungdeutsche Partei. On January 21, 1940, the German Union was dissolved. On September 4, 1939 during the Bydgoszcz bloody Sunday, German saboteurs in the village of Prądy fired on withdrawing units of the Polish 15th Infantry Division, in retaliation, 15 Germans were shot. During the meetings the members of DV wore a uniform outfit consisting of black pants or a skirt, a white shirt and a black tie. Wearing these clothes in public places was forbidden and resulted in a fine for the infringement; the DV sign was a white arrow on the black background - the Tiwaz. Deutscher Volksverband, the German minority organization from central Poland Jungdeutsche Partei, the German minority organization operating throughout Poland

Per Flatberg

Per Flatberg is a Norwegian environmentalist and pharmacist. Flatberg took the pharmaceutical degree at the University of Oslo in 1961 and started working at both the university and at a pharmacy. From 1981 he ran the pharmacy from 1990 the pharmacy in Levanger. In the 1970s Flatberg was one of the main people behind the Alta controversy and was given a large fine afterwards. Flatberg has had a number of prominent positions within environmentalism and pharmacy, including being information secretary of Folkeaksjonen mot utbygging av Alta-Kautokeinovassdraget, general secretary of the Norwegian Society for the Conservation of Nature and leader of both the Norwegian association of Pharmacy Proprietors and the Norwegian Pharmaceutical Union and has such been leader of both the employer association and the employee union