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Veena Malik would pose nude for $1 million: Fashion news!

  Veena Malik Which pregnant supermodel has stripped off for an ad campaign? Which popstar narrowly escaped a wardrobe malfunction on the red carpet? Veena Malik willing to bare all for Playboy for $1m Veena Malik, who made headlines for her controversial ‘nude’ FHM India shoot, has... [Read More]

Global growth: Nations that lead the race

  A view of Indonesia's Central Bank building in Jakarta. China and India are still at the top among the fastest growing economies in the world. But growth for both is slowing down when comparing their projected growth to the historical three-year average, says a PricewaterhouseCoopers study. India... [Read More]

Kournikova redefined the word ‘sexy’

  Anna Kournikova Tennis is probably the only sport where the women’s game is followed as much for the glamour as game itself. Suzanne Lenglen, Anna Kournikova, Maria Sharapova and many more such names have been known for their glamour. In some cases, the glamour took precedence and the... [Read More]

World’s top 20 economic superpowers by 2030

  Shanghai World Financial Centre. The world economy is projected to grow at an average rate of just over 3 per cent per annum from 2011 to 2050, doubling in size by 2032 and nearly doubling again by 2050, states a PricewaterhouseCoopers report. According to the report, ‘World in 2050 The... [Read More]

Biggest gold companies in the world

  A gold Combibar at refiner and bar manufacturer Valcambi in Swiss town of Balerna. Even though Canada lags far behind its counterparts in reserves, Canadian companies dominate the gold industry. These companies are big players in the Canadian industry, which ranks seventh globally, but rely mostly... [Read More]

18 people who went from being poor to mega rich

  Rolls-Royce convertible is seen parked on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills. There are some people who are born wealthy and then there are some who become rich. Let’s take a look at 18 people who grew up in poverty, but turned their lives around. Source: Business Insider Starbucks CEO Howard... [Read More]

World’s largest mobile operators

  A man talks on his mobile phone at the entrance of a China Mobile booth in Beijing. Three mobile operators from China saw double-digit subscriber growth over the last year, according to the latest Wireless Intelligence ‘Scoreboard’ ranking. The new ‘Scoreboard’ tracks the... [Read More]

Nuke weapons nations: Who has the biggest firepower

  Agni-V missile being tested The bombings in Hiroshima and Nagasaki were a turning point in mankind’s history, events that marked the beginning of humanity’s ability to instantly self-annihilate. As of today, there are nine countries generally recognised to own nuclear weapons, with... [Read More]

20 countries that have richest people in the world

  A view of Cartier jewellery boutique on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, California. America has gained some 2,250 ultra-high-net-worth individuals – classed as those with a net worth of $30 million or more (including all assets) – since last year, according to a report from Wealth-X,... [Read More]

Houses with electricity: India’s top 20 states

The electricity sector in India is the world’s fifth largest with an an installed capacity of 205.34 gigawatt (GW) as of June 2012. The captive power plants generate an additional 31.5 GW. Thermal power plants constitute 66% of the installed capacity, hydroelectric about 19% and remaining is... [Read More]

15 countries that lead in giving citizenship

  The evening sun illuminates Schoenbrunn palace in Vienna. There are many countries that have restrictive immigration policies, while some have a welcoming policy. Here we take a look at some countries that have given most citizenships between 2001 and 2010 in the world, according to an Organisation... [Read More]

Election fever heats up: parties to battle in TV debates

Election fever heats up parties to battle in TV debates Russia’s pre-election agitation campaign has officially kicked off. Seven registered political parties will be battling for votes that will open the door to the parliament’s lower house, the State Duma. The campaign will run from 5 November... [Read More]

Moscow to get new Gulag museum

Moscow to get new Gulag museum A new cultural center dedicated to the victims of the Soviet labor camps and prisons for those with “wrong” political views is set to open in the Russian capital. The initiative has come from the Moscow Mayor. According to the newly-introduced head of the capital’s... [Read More]

South Ossetian war in pictures

South Ossetian war in pictures A display dedicated to the South Ossetian war of 2008 has opened in Moscow on National Unity Day. Titled ‘Art against War’ it will showcase photographs taken during the war by photojournalists, as well as videos from the Emergency Ministry’s archives and The display... [Read More]

Russia mulls semi-unmanned missions as substitute for ISS

Russia mulls semi unmanned missions as substitute for ISS The Russian Federal Space Agency may in future wrap up its manned space exploration programs in favor of unmanned stations that can also be operated by cosmonauts if needed. The idea was floated after a string of Russian space launches failed. The... [Read More]

US forfeits technological prowess

US forfeits technological prowess NASA called it the most successful manned flight ever achieved. Forty years ago this week, the astronauts of Apollo 15 left their lunar module, hopped into a four-wheeled rover and took a joyride across the surface of the Moon. Fast forward four decades and the US... [Read More]

Politics is playing a vital role in investigation – former pilot

Politics is playing a vital role in investigation Poland’s final report on last year’s plane crash suggests both the Polish flight crew and the Russian air traffic controllers were at fault.Mark Weiss believes politics is playing a vital role in the dissemination of information from the report. ­“This... [Read More]

Government turns eyes to youth for raising tolerance

Government turns eyes to youth for raising tolerance The concept is supposed to be implemented through several special-purpose programs on the federal and regional level A draft concept for the state youth policy in the North Caucasus up to 2025 will soon be submitted to the government. The measures... [Read More]