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    1- Nickname :Agent 47' 2- Type of story: (Tragedy/comedy/documentary/experience/Rebirth/kid)KID 3- The Story : A salt seller used to carry the salt bag on his donkey to the market every day. On the way they had to cross a stream. One day the donkey suddenly tumbled down the stream and the salt bag also fell into the water. The salt dissolved in the water and hence the bag became very light to carry. The donkey was happy. Then the donkey started to play the same trick every day. The salt seller came to understand the trick and decided to teach a lesson to it. The next day he loaded a cotton bag on the donkey. Again it played the same trick hoping that the cotton bag would be still become lighter. But the dampened cotton became very heavy to carry and the donkey suffered. It learnt a lesson. It didn’t play the trick anymore after that day, and the seller was happy.
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  7. A health worker screens people for Covid-19 symptoms at Dharavi, one of Asia's biggest slums, in Mumbai, India. (AP Photo/Rafiq Maqbool) (CNN)Last month, researchers in one of India's largest cities made a surprising discovery. Of the nearly 7,000 blood samples taken from people in Mumbai's slums, 57% tested positive for coronavirus antibodies. While some were alarmed by the results of the study conducted by the Mumbai authorities and the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, others were optimistic. Mumbai's slums, where social distancing is nearly impossible, might now have some of the highest levels of immunity in the world -- only 23.5% of samples taken by India's National Center for Disease Control tested positive for antibodies in Delhi and 14% tested positive in New York, in a study sponsored by the New York State Department of Health. A health worker screens people for Covid-19 symptoms at Dharavi, one of Asia's biggest slums, in Mumbai, India. Scientists believe it's likely that recovering from coronavirus leaves a person with some immunity, but it's not clear how strong it is or how long it lasts. Herd immunity is the idea that a disease will stop spreading once enough of a po[CENSORED]tion becomes immune -- and is appealing because, in theory, it might provide some protection for those who haven't been ill. If more than half of people in Mumbai's slums had contracted coronavirus, could they be approaching herd immunity -- without a vaccine? One expert thought so. "Mumbai's slums may have reached herd immunity," Jayaprakash Muliyil, chairman of the Scientific Advisory Committee of India's National Institute of Epidemiology, said, according to a Bloomberg report. "If people in Mumbai want a safe place to avoid infection, they should probably go there." But others have been more cautious. David Dowdy, an associate professor in epidemiology at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, said it was possible that the researchers had used a test that created false positives. And Om Shrivastav, an infectious diseases expert in Mumbai, cautioned that, less than eight months into the virus' existence in society, it was too early to make any "decisive, conclusive statements." If Mumbai's slums are on the brink of herd immunity, it has come at a cost. Of India's more than 2 million coronavirus cases, about 5% of those infections were reported in Mumbai, the country's commercial capital. As of Monday, more than 6,940 people had died in the city, according to the city's health authorities. The risk of a high death toll is exactly why India's health authorities say the country is not aiming for herd immunity. "Herd immunity can be achieved through immunization -- but that is in future," health official Rajesh Bhushan told reporters last month.
  8. The great white shark (Carcharodon carcharias), also known as the great white, white shark or "white pointer", is a species of large mackerel shark which can be found in the coastal surface waters of all the major oceans. It is notable for its size, with larger female individuals growing to 6.1 m (20 ft) in length and 1,905–2,268 kg (4,200–5,000 lb) in weight at maturity.However, most are smaller; males measure 3.4 to 4.0 m (11 to 13 ft), and females measure 4.6 to 4.9 m (15 to 16 ft) on average.According to a 2014 study, the lifespan of great white sharks is estimated to be as long as 70 years or more, well above previous estimates,making it one of the longest lived cartilaginous fishes currently known.According to the same study, male great white sharks take 26 years to reach sexual maturity, while the females take 33 years to be ready to produce offspring.Great white sharks can swim at speeds of 25 km/hr (16 mph) for short bursts and to depths of 1,200 m (3,900 ft). The great white shark has no known natural predators other than, on very rare occasions, the killer whale.It is arguably the world's largest-known extant macropredatory fish, and is one of the primary predators of marine mammals, up to the size of large baleen whales. This shark is also known to prey upon a variety of other marine animals, including fish, and seabirds. It is the only known surviving species of its genus Carcharodon, and is responsible for more recorded human bite incidents than any other shark. The species faces numerous ecological challenges which has resulted in international protection. The IUCN lists the great white shark as a vulnerable species,[2] and it is included in Appendix II of CITES.It is also protected by several national governments such as Australia (as of 2018). The novel Jaws by Peter Benchley and its subsequent film adaptation by Steven Spielberg depicted the great white shark as a ferocious man-eater. Humans are not the preferred prey of the great white shark, but the great white is nevertheless responsible for the largest number of reported and identified fatal unprovoked shark attacks on humans. Due to their need to travel long distances for seasonal migration and extremely demanding diet, it is not logistically feasible to keep great white sharks in captivity. No aquarium in the world is currently believed to own one.
  9. Hyundai has announced that the 2021 Hyundai Elantra is getting a turbocharged N-Line model, and it comes standard with a six-speed manual transmission. It's powered by a turbocharged 1.6-liter four-cylinder that produces 201 horsepower and 195 lb-ft of torque. The 2021 Elantra N-Line will arrive in dealers in December starting at around $27,000. The angularly redesigned 2021 Hyundai Elantra compact sedan is getting a turbocharged, more aggressive-looking N-Line model, and we're rejoicing because it comes standard with a six-speed manual transmission (#SavetheManuals). Hyundai is hoping that offering an N-branded version of its entry-level sedan will entice more buyers into its high-performance N models. Don't get us wrong, the new Elantra's already wild exterior styling looks fantastic, but the added N-Line touches make it look just the right amount of aggressive. The N-Line models come with a more intense black grille pattern with N-Line badging, and below it are larger air intakes to cool the turbocharged engine. It sits on a set of sharp 18-inch wheels with gloss-black surrounds on the wheel wells, mirrors, and side skirts. The sporty look flows into the rear with an integrated spoiler, a dual exhaust, and an N-Line-specific rear diffuser. The standard Elantra is powered by a 147-hp naturally-aspirated 2.0-liter inline-four, and there's also a hybrid model coming that promises 50 mpg combined. The N-Line uses a more powerful turbocharged 1.6-liter engine that's good for 201 horsepower and 195 lb-ft of torque. A six-speed manual transmission is standard, though a quick-shifting seven-speed dual-clutch automatic unit with paddle shifters is available. The N-Line also comes with N sport seats, alloy pedals, and other special touches. It will arrive in the U.S. in December starting at around $27,000. Hyundai says that its Sonata N-Line with a turbo 2.5-liter engine will arrive shortly after.
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  11. Moon Alert There are no restrictions to shopping or important decisions. The moon is in Gemini. Aries (March 21-April 19) Be ready to apply the brakes when needed because your feisty energy is challenged by Pluto. (Oh yeah!) In its most positive expression, you can creatively transform the world around you. Will that happen? Maybe. More likely you will have a fierce power struggle with someone. Stay chill. Taurus (April 20-May 20) It’s easy to be your own worst enemy today. Beware! If you are angry at someone, you might be tempted to do something underhanded or guilt trip them in some way. Don’t do this because it will backfire. Meanwhile, don’t let anyone victimize you, either. Be cool. Gemini (May 21-June 20) If you are annoyed with a friend or a member of a group, this is a poor day to express your feelings. If you do, things will get outta hand so fast, you will regret it. That’s because today’s energy promotes power struggles. Many people will be at odds with each other. (Hide!) Cancer (June 21-July 22) It won’t benefit you to be in a power struggle with a boss, parent, teacher or a member of the police. Do your best to avoid this. Many people are looking for a fight, so don’t get involved. Furthermore, avoid dangerous, crime-ridden areas. You have been warned. Leo (July 23-August 22) Resist the urge to get on your soapbox and share your opinions about politics, religion or racial issues. Not today. Issues are hot and people are looking for an excuse to fight. Therefore, don’t even go there. You won’t change anyone’s mind. Virgo (August 23-September 22) Don’t get your belly in a rash about disputes pertaining to inheritances, insurance issues and shared property. It’s not worth it. Furthermore, people are so opinionated today, and so inclined to get involved in power struggles, a rational, logical conversation will be difficult. Stay chill. Libra (September 23-Octomber 22) You will have to be patient with close friends and partners to keep peace and harmony in your world. Remember that is your objective: Keep peace and harmony in your world. Therefore, don’t take the bait. Don’t try to be right. “You can be right — or you can be in the relationship.” Scorpio (Octomber 23-November 21) Do yourself a favor and steer clear of arguments with coworkers and customers, because if you get involved, things could get nasty. Ego battles and power struggles are par for the course, so sidestep these if you can. Postpone important discussions for another day.
  12. The manager was pleased with "three good goals", describing Borna Barisic's free-kick opener as "a piece of magic". Ryan Kent and Joe Aribo scored either side of the break, but Gerrard said: "We never played like a top team at 3-0 - we let the game fizzle out." Rangers nevertheless now lead Hibernian on goal difference with a 100% record. Both go five points clear of reigning champions Celtic and could be 11 ahead by the time Neil Lennon's side are back in action after having two games postponed following Boli Bolingoli's Covid-19 lockdown breach. Reaction & as it happened How did the players rate? St Johnstone started like a side full of confidence and frustrated Rangers with five spread across the back. Not only was the ploy successful, but it gave them a base to probe for openings themselves. The visitors created the first clear-cut chance as Callum Hendry turned centre-half Leon Balogun inside and out, but the outstretched hand of goalkeeper Jon McLaughlin denied the striker's low drive. Rangers were struggling to find space but were presented with a chance when David Wotherspoon tripped Alfredo Morelos 18 yards out and Barisic curled the free-kick away from goalkeeper Elliot Parish. Just when St Johnstone were thinking of regrouping at half-time, Rangers extended their lead, Barisic the provider with a low cross that gave Kent the chance to score on the turn. Two chances created, two goals and Rangers came out with much more freedom after the break. Morelos had a shot parried wide and Aribo's head supplied the touch at the resulting corner. On-loan Millwall striker Isaac Olaofe forced a fine save from McLaughlin, but by then the game was already won. Rangers manager Steven Gerrard: "You probably think I'm a moaner, but even though we won the game comfortably 3-0, we can still learn a lot collectively and as individuals. "Tonight was our fourth game in 11 days and I made a lot of subs in the second half, so I'll take my part in the game going flat and sloppy. There are a lot of positives. I'm not complaining, I'm happy." St Johnstone manager Callum Davidson: "David Wotherspoon gave away a free-kick for the first goal - you can't give away stupid free-kicks at Ibrox. He knows that himself. "I thought we limited Rangers to very few chances in that first half, but we went in 2-0 down. The message was to not concede early doors in the second half, but we lost a goal to a set-play and the game was over."
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