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Sexiest India covergirl!

  Chitrangada Singh Each month, we bring readers a round-up of the latest stylish Indian magazine covers featuring models and celebrities and ask them to vote for the best. Now, based on those votes from January through to December, we bring you the hot monthly favourites — and it may interest... [Read More]

The covergirl who’s actually a man: Fashion news!

  Andrej Pejic Welcome to the weekly fashion round-up, where we bring you the latest on supermodels, style, designers and everything in-between! Which actress claims to have been ‘supersexualised’ as a teenager? Which Chinese model is making waves in the fashion industry? Here’s... [Read More]

Best bikini bodies 2012!

  Kim Kardashian With the inaugural edition of its Mail Online Showbiz Awards, the Daily Mail has shortlisted the best female figures of the past year. Take a look. Christening 2012 a “a bumper year of bikini bodies, celebrity scandal and over-sharing on Twitter”, UK publication theDaily... [Read More]

The world’s top 10 universities 2012

  World's best universities QS rankings 2012 On September 11, Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) released the World University Rankings for the year 2012. The rankings by QS, a leading networking organisation specialising in higher education, are based on each institution’s strengths in research,... [Read More]

The top 10 BEST celebrity perfumes!

  Jennifer Lopez When celebs lend their names and faces to consumer products, it generates an intense demand in the consumer market. And signature fragrances are a big part of this billion dollar ballgame. Every second star today is launching a perfume and goes on to spin the venture into a flourishing... [Read More]

Google takes on iPad with Nexus 7 at Rs 11k

Google Nexus 7 The cat is finally out of the bag! Search giant Google unveiled its Google Nexus 7 tablet PC on the very first day of Google I/O at San Francisco on June 27. Built by Taiwan-based Asus and designed by Google, the 7-inch, $199 (approximately Rs 11,000) tablet comes loaded with top-class... [Read More]

Oops, BBC: Iraq photo to illustrate Houla massacre?

  With the shock of the Houla tragedy ringing across the world, the BBC has released a story with a harrowing picture of rows and rows of children’s bodies awaiting burial… But isn’t that post-Saddam Iraq? ­Photographer Marco di Lauro who took the shot grabbed by the BBC says he nearly... [Read More]

Drones killed hundreds of civilians in Pakistan

Drones killed hundreds of civilians in Pakistan A new report says that drones are doing more harm that previously published. A new report out of London challenges the US government’s claims that the CIA-led drone initiatives in Pakistan have spared civilians from unnecessary casualties. Rather, writes... [Read More]

UK trooper cuts off Taliban fingers as souvenirs

UK trooper cuts off Taliban fingers as souvenirs A soldier from 4th Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland The British Ministry of Defense is investigating allegations that a Scottish soldier sliced off the fingers of dead Taliban fighters in Afghanistan and kept them as macabre souvenirs. ­A soldier... [Read More]

Britain burning: Riot madness spreads across UK

Britain burning Riot madness spreads across UK United Kingdom, Birmingham : Police officers wearing riot gear block the main streets in the city center of Birmingham, central England, on August 8, 2011 during a night of unrest. (AFP Photo / Paul Ellis) Violence and looting has spread to the western... [Read More]

The FBI and Anders Breivik read the same books

The FBI and Anders Breivik read the same booksThe FBI and Anders Breivik read the same books Is the FBI putting complete idiots in charge of their counterrrorism initiatives? A recent slideshow obtained from the Bureau by the American Civil Liberties Union would lead one to believe so. The ACLU has... [Read More]

Anonymous hackers arrested

Anonymous-hackers-arrestedAnonymous hackers arrested More than a dozen individuals believed to be linked to the hacktivist collective Anonymous were arrested this morning in a sting that nabbed persons across the US and abroad. The state of California filed charges against 14 people believed to be... [Read More]

News Corp faces new charges in the US

News-Corp-faces-new-charges-in-the-US News Corp faces new charges in the US   An investigation being launched by the US Justice Department into allegations of phone hacks carried out by Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp could lead to the first ever violation of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act by... [Read More]

Fox wiretapped, says former employee, as ex-News Corp worker found dead

Fox-wiretapped-says-former-employee-as-ex-News-Corp-worker-found-deadUnited States, Washington: Rupert Murdoch, chairman and CEO of News Corp. participates in a House Judiciary Subcommittee hearing about immigration on September 30, 2010 in Washington, DC. (AFP Photo / Mark Wilson) Rupert Murdoch’s... [Read More]

Sex. Drugs. Cheating. Lies. Tabloids USA.

Tabloids in the US and UK rely on sensationalism to move "news." Rupert Murdoch’s News of the World newspaper hacking scandal has taken over both American and British media headlines. Could this type of embarrassment happen in the US? If you think not, you might be living under a rock. Phony... [Read More]

Republicans trash telescope project

Republicans trash telescope project Republican lawmakers are looking to flush billions of dollars down the drain by pulling the plug on a NASA project that one space scholar says would be an “unmitigated disaster for cosmology.” The James Webb Space Telescope has been under development since 2004,... [Read More]

MSM Focuses on Royal Fairy Tale

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, builds separate parts of one giant tortoise with students Blanca Rodriguez (C) and Elliana Rojas (L) and Jesey Aguilar during his visit with Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge at Inner City Arts on July 10, 2011 in Los Angeles, California. (AFP Photo / Pool / Kevork Djansezian) The... [Read More]

Gerald Celente: “Austerity riots will come to the US”

Gerald Celente: ‘ Austerity riots will come to the US’ More and more of the world economy is crumbling and America doesn’t seem too far behind. While riots erupt in Greece over austerity measures imposed by the government, back home lay-offs are rampant on Wall Street with Goldman Sachs... [Read More]