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: It looks like a dog tag and is marked with the image of an insect, but the geocaching travel bug that Rick Mastracchio is flying to the International Space Station is a powerful tool capable of engaging millions in his six-month mission. Students in Connecticut will join geocachers around the globe watching the travel bug's trek to orbit Wednesday night (Nov. 6) onboard Russia's Soyuz TMA-11M spacecraft. Flying with Mastracchio and the bug are cosmonaut Mikhail Tyurin, astronaut Koichi Wakata of JAXA and an unlit torch for the 2014 Sochi Olympics.
: An unlit torch for the 2014 Sochi Olympics lifted off on board the Soyuz TMA-11M spacecraft Wednesday night (Nov. 6), accompanied by the International Space Station's (ISS) next three crew members. Cosmonaut Mikhail Tyurin, astronaut Rick Mastracchio and JAXA's Koichi Wakata will briefly be part of a nine-member Expedition 37 crew as the Olympic torch is taken on a spacewalk, before beginning Expedition 38 and then leading Expedition 39 (Wakata will be the first Japanese astronaut to command the space station).
: Fyodor Yurchihkin, Karen Nyberg and Luca Parimitano returned to Earth Sunday night (Nov. 10), bringing an end to their 166 days serving as Expedition 37 crewmembers on the International Space Station. Landing with the trio aboard Soyuz TMA-09M was the torch that will be used to light the Olympic flame at the opening ceremonies of the Sochi 2014 Winter Games.
Bathinda, July 30Former Congress MLA Harminder Singh Jassitoday criticised the Punjab government for having failed to make arrangements for uninterrupted electricity and water supply to the people of the state.Jassi said the SAD-BJP government had been claiming that it was fulfilling all the basic needs of the common people, but the disruption in power supply for about ten hours since last night had exposed their claims.People were put to inconvenience due to the power crisis and many areas went without drinking water supply this morning.Jassi alleged that the SAD-led government had also failed in controlling criminal activities in the state and the mafia was flourishing.
Bathinda, July 30The dental fortnight, being observed by the Punjab Health Systems Corporation (PHSC) and the National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) concluded today at the Civil Hospital, Bathinda, and the Community Health Centre (CHC) at Goniana. The fortnight was to be observed from July 16 to July 30.According to official information, around 1900 patients, suffering from various dental diseases, were examined at the local Civil Hospital by Dr Shashi Jain and Dr Naresh Singla during the fortnight while around 475 patients were examined by Dr Meena at the CHC, Goniana. As many as 90 persons have been identified by the doctors for providing dentures free of cost at the local Civil Hospital whereas 30 needy persons have been identified at the CHC, Goniana, for providing dentures. Under the school health programme, about 1,100 students were also examined during the fortnight. Talking to this reporter here today, Dr Shashi Jain said the maximum number of patients had been identified from Phulo Mithi village (Sangat) for providing dentures. She said out of the total 90 identified persons, 17 had been identified from Phulo Mithi. Besides, seven patients from Shergarh village, six patients from Mehta village and four patients from Talwandi Sabo had also been identified for giving dentures. Other patients who had been identified for dentures were from Virk Kalan, Chughe Kalan, Gehri Bhagi, Naruana, Bathinda, Maisarkhana, Kotshamir, Sirianwala and Teona etc.Senior Medical Officer (SMO) of the local Civil Hospital, Dr Satish Goyal said the hospital authorities would organise a function here on August 3 to hand over the dentures to the 90 identified persons. He said the Chief Parliamentary Secretary Sarup Chand Singla would be the chief guest at the function. During the fortnight, the doctors informed the patients about ways to maintain oral hygiene. They were told about the number of times they should brush their teeth and also to consume nutritious diet and avoid junk food to have healthy teeth and gums. The doctors exhorted the parents that if they wanted to keep the teeth of their children healthy and disease-free, then they should not allow them to eat too many toffees. Besides, the children should also be asked to brush their teeth after eating the toffees and avoid junk food, said the doctors. 2b1af7f3a8