Video footage shows a man forced to run alongside amoving high speed train after getting his fingerclamped between one of the doors.
The video was filmed on May 15 at a station inChangzhou, east China"s Jiangsu province, accordingto the People"s Daily Online.
After some time, the man manages to pull his fingeraway from the closed doors.
In the footage the man can be seen moving along with the train.
According to Xinmin, the man boarded the wrong train thinking it was the G7080 train.
As soon as he realised his mistake, he tried to exit the train.
However as he left in a hurry, he got a finger on his left hand trapped in the automatic doors.
He was forced to run with the train for a short time until he eventually managed to pull hisfinger out from the door.
The man did not have any serious injuries and took his intended train shortly after.
The Indian Space Research Organisation"s GSAT-9on board the Geosynchronous Satellite LaunchVehicle (GSLV-F09), launches in Sriharikota in thestate of Andhra Pradesh. AFP
India launched a communications satellite on Fridayfor its smaller neighbours to share, part of its effortsto build goodwill in the region and counter Chineseinfluence, but arch-rival Pakistan said it would stayaway from the project.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who came to office promising to strengthen ties withneighbours such as Sri Lanka, Nepal and even Pakistan, has called the satellite a gift to southAsia.
“The successful launch of South Asia Satellite is a historic moment. It opens up new horizons ofengagement,” he said soon after an Indian-made rocket carrying the satellite lifted off from theSriharikota space centre in southern India.
So far Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, Sri Lanka and the Maldives have signed up tomake use of the satellite. Pakistan said it was working on its own satellite and did not join.
The South Asia Satellite will offer participating countries television services and communicationstechnology for bank ATMs and e-governance, and may even serve as a backup for cellularnetworks, especially in places where the terrestrial connectivity is weak, the Indian foreignministry said.
India is trying to push back against China"s expanding involvement in infrastructure buildingacross south Asia, by offering financial and technical aid of its own.
Modi said the leaders of the participating countries had joined him in a video conference tomark the launch.
Ties with Pakistan remain difficult, with the Indian government this week accusing Pakistan ofkilling and then mutilating the bodies of two soldiers on patrol on the disputed Kashmir border,provoking calls for retribution. Pakistan denied the accusation.
To stop inappropriate parking of shared bikes,Beijing"s Dongcheng and Xicheng districts will start apilot program that designates certain areas fit topark, using hi-tech assistance to enforce relatedrules.
Dongcheng District will mark nearly 600 sites forparking shared bikes, mainly near bus hubs, subwaystations and shopping centers.
Users will know from their mobile phone app where to put them. The project will possibly startas early as June.
Dongcheng and Xicheng districts are also planning to use "electronic fence" to curb illegalparking.
Riders who park bikes outside the allowed areas cannot lock them and will continue to becharged.
The capital has increased its administration of shared bike parking as they become a popular,cheap choice for dodging traffic jams.
Haidian, Xicheng and Shijingshan districts have designed some 2,000 parking areas for sharedbikes. Xicheng has also singled out 10 streets where riders are banned from parking.
Last weekend,I went to Beijing Wildlife Park to pay a vist .Never before in my life have i met some wild animals face to face.
What features this park is that wolves or lions are wandering around in nature while we humans can only stay inside the bus,watching those animals through iron bars.Of course for those good-tempered animals,including deer and monkeys ,we were allowed to play with them.And feeding them was fun to us ,as well. Much to our delight,we had the chance to watch splendid anlmal performance and visisted the educational exhibition of endangered animals which enhanced our awareness of wildlife protection.
We had a very good time this weekend.And everyone agrees that this park is a place definitely worth visiting again.