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News Photos Of The Year 2010 3

News Photos Of The Year 2010 Now its the time to check out the news photos of the year 2010 as few days are left for completion of this year. The main headlines of this year were the Earthquake worldwide, winter Olympics at Vancouver and many more news around the world. Go through each of this image... [Read More]

News Photos Of The Year 2010 2

News Photos Of The Year 2010 Now its the time to check out the news photos of the year 2010 as few days are left for completion of this year. The main headlines of this year were the Earthquake worldwide, winter Olympics at Vancouver and many more news around the world. Go through each of this image... [Read More]

News Photos Of The Year 2010 1

News Photos Of The Year 2010 Now its the time to check out the news photos of the year 2010 as few days are left for completion of this year. The main headlines of this year were the Earthquake worldwide, winter Olympics at Vancouver and many more news around the world. Go through each of this image... [Read More]

News Photos Of The Year 2010 (Part 2) 2

News Photos Of The Year 2010 (Part 2) After the Part 1 of the news photos of the year 2010 now check out the part 2 in this series. This part 2 includes the soccer world cup, worst rain fall in Europe, hottest summer in Russia and the worst floods in Pakistan. News Photos Of The Year 2010 (Part... [Read More]

News Photos Of The Year 2010 (Part 2) 1

News Photos Of The Year 2010 (Part 2) After the Part 1 of the news photos of the year 2010 now check out the part 2 in this series. This part 2 includes the soccer world cup, worst rain fall in Europe, hottest summer in Russia and the worst floods in Pakistan News Photos Of The Year 2010 (Part 2) News... [Read More]

News Photos Of The Year 2010 (Part 3) 2

News Photos Of The Year 2010 (Part 3) Here is the third edition of the news photos of the year 2010. This post includes the news about Chilean miners, Julian Assange of wikileaks, Common wealth games at India, and many other news photos. Check out this photos after the jump. If you have not checked... [Read More]

News Photos Of The Year 2010 (Part 3) 1

News Photos Of The Year 2010 (Part 3) Here is the third edition of the news photos of the year 2010. This post includes the news about Chilean miners, Julian Assange of wikileaks, Common wealth games at India, and many other news photos. Check out this photos after the jump. If you have not checked... [Read More]

The Dubassari plant is a hydroelectric power plant and an important strategical construction at the Dniester river near Dubassari, Moldova.

The Hydro Power Plant In Moldova The Dubassari plant is a hydroelectric power plant and an important strategical construction at the Dniester river near Dubassari, Moldova. And it is also a border between former parts of one and the same country. The plant is the first electrification enterprise in... [Read More]

Hollywood married to Russia, Russia has become the fifth most-profitable market for Hollywood productions. That is according to one of the leading Russian film producers, businessman Aleksandr Rodnyansky.

Hollywood-married-to-Russia Avatar by James Cameron (image from kinopoisk.ru)   Russia has become the fifth most-profitable market for Hollywood productions. That is according to one of the leading Russian film producers, businessman Aleksandr Rodnyansky. ­“Russian film is part of the world.... [Read More]

Unique Views Of Night Red Square, Red Square is undoubtedly beautiful in every time of the year and at any time of day or night.

Red Square is undoubtedly beautiful in every time of the year and at any time of day or night. But these photos are outstanding – they depict the main square of Russia from the nearby roofs – the roofs, from which a simple civilian photographer is not allowed to shoot, or the price of a single-hour... [Read More]

Jerusalem Hosts First Marathon, Days After Bombing

Jerusalem-Marathon The first-ever Jerusalem Marathon will go ahead as planned on Friday morning despite the terror attack that killed one woman and wounded 39 people on Wednesday afternoon when a bag exploded next to a bus stop across the street from the Jerusalem International Convention Center (Binyanei... [Read More]

Japan toll nears 22,000, new trouble in Fukushima

new trouble in japan Workers attempting to salvage Japan’s tsunami hit Fukushima nuclear reactor had to be evacuated after smoke was seen billowing in a latest in a series of troubles to hit the moves to stabilise the radiation leaking plant.Prime Minister Naoto Kan said slow but “steady... [Read More]

China earthquake seven people are dead and more than 120 have been injured after an earthquake struck a remote area of southwest China near the border with Burma today.

china-earthquake At least seven people were killed and more than 120 injured in an earthquake that struck a remote area of southwest China near the border with Myanmar on Thursday, a local official said. The epicentre of the 5.4-magnitude quake, which struck at 12:58 pm (0458 GMT), was located about... [Read More]

Libyan protesters take control of Benghazi, clashes in capital

libya benghazi Moammar Gaddafi’s son vowed that his father and security forces would fight “until the last bullet,” AP reported Protesters demanding Gaddafi’s ouster planed new marches in the capital’s main Green Square and at the leader’s residence for Monday evening. That... [Read More]

Jen hated her world-famous hair: Fashion news!

1 Welcome to the weekly fashion round-up, where we bring you the latest on supermodels, style, designers and everything in-between!Which supermodel is taking a hiatus from her career in favour of motherhood? Which actress had a malfunction at the Golden Globes? Here’s the lowdown on the latest... [Read More]

Magnitude 4.5 Quake Strikes Central California

earthquake10 An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 4.5 struck central California early Wednesday morning that could be felt as far north as San Francisco, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The USGS website initially reported the temblor’s magnitude as 4.6, but later adjusted the... [Read More]

History Channel to drop series:After the network announced its decision not to air Katie Holmes’ eight-episode miniseries about America’s First Family

katie-holmes Dropping the much-hyped and pricey production of “The Kennedys” — which stars Tom Cruise’s better half as Jackie Kennedy and Greg Kinnear as President John F. Kennedy — was the “right programming decision for our network,” representatives from the... [Read More]

IPL auction: Teams to go hammer & tongs,IPL auction begins, big names up for grabs

IPL Anything that is associated with the Indian Premier League (IPL) needs a touch of intrigue and excitement else it would seem like it is against the grain of this tournament — one that has been mired in controversy over the past year. So even as players’ minds would have wandered, on the eve of... [Read More]