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Posting the footage on his YouTube channel UK-based MrAviationGuy explained: "Strong winds blowing directly across the runway at Bristol Airport on the 12th October 2018 due to Storm Callum caused this TUI Airways Boeing 757-200 aircraft to come in nearly sideways "Aircraft need to compensate for the crosswind otherwise they will be blown off course they do this by pointing their nose into the direction the wind is coming from demonstrated perfectly by this crew" The YouTuber who regularly films aviation videos added: "It is always fascinating to watch planes landing in strong crosswinds; the power of mother nature vs the skill and professionalism of the brilliant airline pilots"While it seems as though the worst is over with the storm the chaos still isnt over With more rain expected for Sunday – adding to already severely saturated ground – the BBC reports that there are 11 flood warnings in place Carmarthenshire Ceredigion and south Powys in Wales have been badly hit with the death of one man in Cwmduad However it is thought that river levels will start receding soon as the wet weather eases offCredit: PAA Dyfed-Powys Police spokeswoman said: "River levels in parts of Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire are still exceptionally high and a number of roads and bridges remain closed "Officers continue to deal with a landslide on the A484 at Cwmduad Carmarthenshire where tragically a man has died The road is closed and will be for some time "Our advice is to only travel if it is essential If you need to make a journey check for road closures beforehand" She added: "More rain is expected but at much lower levels than weve seen over the past few days "River levels are expected to drop over the next 18 hours when more will be known about the full effect of the storm" Stay safe out there Featured Image Credit: Newsflare Topics: News Uk newsChennai: Defending champion Pankaj Advani blanked Pandurangaiah by five frames to nil to advance to the last 16 of the 7th National 6-Red Snooker Championship Also advancing were former Asian billiards champion Sourav Kothari who ended the run of Lucky Vatnani winning 5-1 In another match Varun Madan defeated former Asian billiards champion Dhruv Sitwala 5-3 to move up File image of India’s Pankaj Advani Reuters Advani the 18-time world champion started slowy and was trailing in the first frame but he cleared the table in the end to clinch the frame He did not look back after that as he took the next four to win in an hour’s time Ishpreet Singh Chadha pulled off an upset beating former world and Asian champion Rupesh Shah 5-4 taking the final frame 41-27 He took the first two frames in quick time with attacking play Shah came back strongly in the third frame with a phenomenal break of 71 Ishpreet retaliated by winning the next two consecutive frames to lead by 4-1 Rupesh held his nerve and played his best to level it at 4-4 with brilliant safety play and potting In the deciding the frame Ishpreet made a break of 41 to secure his win Results: Vinayak Agarwal bt Digvijay Kadian 5-4 (15-38 30-5 36-7 30-40 8-46 41-17 50-17 12-43 32-7); Ishpreet Singh Chadha bt Rupesh Shah 5-4 (59-7 59-0 0-71 (71) 46-9 55 (55)-8 22-34 32-40 13-40 41 (41)-27); Varun Madan bt Dhruv Sitwala 5-3 (16-43 39-6 33-29 8-36 35-9 31-32 37-7 45-13); Sourav Kothari bt Lucky Vatnani 5-1 (40-8 65 (41)-4 30-10 8-55 42-14 35-20) Sandeep Gulati bt Yogesh Kumar 5-2 (1-72 (51) 34-0 38-10 18-31 44-9 41-8 37-22); Sahil Nayyar bt Md Hassan Khan 5-3 (27-33 44-22 45 (41)-8 57-14 40-33 16-34 28-37 34-8); Pushpender Singh bt Rajat Khaneja 5-3 (41-7 39-5 27-36 12-37 41 (41)-0 33-43 47-21 32-16); Pankaj Advani bt Pandurangaiah 5-0 (46-33 67 (41)-0 74 (70)-0 52-9 34-23) New Delhi: Almost one-and-half months before the currency crisis exploded causing much distress to the aam aadmi the Andhra Pradesh government had warned the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Ministry of Finance and the State Bank of India (SBI) about the lurking threat Top sources said the Andhra Pradesh chief secretary Dinesh Kumar had written a communique on 9 March 2018 about the currency crunch in certain pockets of the state and subsequently the Centre asked the RBI to take appropriate action Representational image of people queueing up before an ATM PTI When contacted Kumar confirmed that he had written the letter to all three— RBI finance ministry and SBI "We were facing currency crisis in certain rural areas so I wrote a letter to resolve it That was almost one and half months ago" Kumar told Firstpost Why did the RBI not act This may sound cliche in the mid of ATMs running dry but a senior RBI official at its Mumbai-based head office refused to respond to the query saying the government has already issued a statement and RBI is not in aposition to reply to the Andhra Pradesh chief secretary’s letter Another RBI official at its regional centre in Hyderabad on the condition of anonymity said they had several rounds of meeting on Monday as well as Tuesday to ensure that currency chest are operating as per the norms Firstpost has learnt that the state of Telangana had also warned about currency crisis in certain areas of the state in March A missive sources said was sent to RBI and the finance ministry Subsequently a communique was sent from Jharkhand as early as last week Despite repeated attempts the chief secretaries of both the states were not available for the comment However an official from the RBI regional office in Patna said a letter was issued to all the banks last month to ensure that all the branch have enough cash and ATMs are refilled regularly "We had received complaints in March that ATMs in two bordering areas of Bihar—Katihar and Purnea—are running dry so issued a directive to the banks to ensure enough cash I can assure you that all the currency chest have sufficient money and on an average there is eight to 10 remittance from the chest" he told Firstpostrequesting anonymity Questions are also being raised about the vanishing of Rs 2000 notes with Madhya Pradesh chief minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan calling it a conspiracy Chauhan had indicated that some people are keeping the highest denomination note to create a crisis Who are hoarding the Rs2000 notes A senior officer closely monitoring a hawala case cracked by Rajasthan Anti-Terror Squad (ATS) said there could be massive illegal network behind the vanishing Rs 2000 notes besides other issues at the RBI and banks’ level The Rajasthan ATS after a sustained two-months long surveillance on one of the modules had seized Rs 4 crore that was going to Ahmedabad from Delhi The officer disclosed that out of the seized money Rs 3 crore were in Rs 2000 notes He further said that Bhilwara was the nodal point for the module that was operating an illegal transaction of huge cash in the four states of Delhi Rajasthan Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh “We have been able to nab just one module but intelligence input suggests there are several modules operating in other states as well We have roped in the Income Tax Department as well as other agencies to unearth the entire chain More details may come out after the interrogation of some suspects picked up by the agencies" the officer further saidAccording to the lawsuit, More recent developments such as social media ranked at the bottom of the “most useful” list.
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