31 October 2013

Anushka Sharma for Femina Magazine September 2013!

Anushka Sharma features on the cover of Femina Magazine edition for the month of September 2013. She has been frequent cover girl for the magazine. She featured on the cover in February 2013 and August 2012 as well. She looks good in executive getup. Anyway checkout Anuhska Sharma Femina.

25 October 2013

The Most Fluffy Bunny in the World

  The Angora rabbit is a variety of domestic rabbit bred for its long, soft wool. The Angora is one of the oldest types of domestic rabbit, originating in Ankara (historically known as Angora), Turkey, along with the Angora cat and Angora goat. The rabbits were popular pets with French royalty in the mid-18th century, and spread to other parts of Europe by the end of the century. They first appeared in the United States in the early 20th century. They are bred largely for their long Angora wool, which may be removed by shearing, combing, or plucking.

Super Hero Squirrels

Superhero Beards/Mustaches [Pics]

How Super-Manly... also Bat-Manly and Spider-Manly.

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24 October 2013

16 Surprising Facts About How You Sleep

1. “The record for the longest period without sleep is 18 days, 21 hours, 40 minutes.”


2. “Having a newborn baby typically results in 400–750 hours of lost sleep for the baby’s parents in the first year.”


3. “A survey of 6,000 British adults found that they are more likely to fall asleep when they heard Coldplay.”


4. “After five nights of partial sleep deprivation, three drinks will have the same effect on your body as six would have if you had slept enough.”

5. “An average human will spend one-third of their life sleeping.”


6. “12% of people dream in black and white.”

7. “Before color television the number was 75%.”

8. “You can only dream about faces you have already seen.”


9. “The human circadian clock is actually slightly longer than 24 hours. Hence, the internal circadian rhythm is synchronized to 24 hour day cycle by environmental cues.”


10. “There are two periods of maximum sleepiness — the late afternoon (from around 3 to 5 PM) and the end of the night (from around 3 to 5 a.m.). There are also two periods of maximum alertness — around 1 a.m. in the morning and 1 p.m. in the afternoon.”

 11. “On average, a newborn sleeps for 10 to 19 hours per day. Bottle-fed infants sleep for longer periods than breast-fed infants.”


12. You’re more likely to die from sleep deprivation before starvation. It takes two weeks to starve, but 10 days without sleep can kill you.


13. Blind people can still see images in dreams.

14. “Getting too little sleep often makes people feel hungrier than normal, leading to overeating and weight gain.”

15. “Losing sleep reduces your pain tolerance. It may disrupt the body’s pain signaling system, heightening sensitivity to painful stimuli.”

16. “Scientists have determined that counting sheep is ineffective for putting oneself to sleep.”

22 October 2013

This Map Shows What Each Country Leads The World In

Everyone thinks there’s something that they’re the best at. This map shows what almost every country is best at when compared to the rest of the world. Some are things that would make you proud (Brazil), while others — like the U.K. — perhaps aren’t things you’d like to shout about. You can see the full map below, and then we’ve split it up by continent.

21 October 2013

Albert Einstein’s 10 Best Quotes

Albert Einstein is man of great wisdom. Unfortunately his final words before his death were in German and the only person within earshot, his nurse, spoke only English and did not understand anything he said. Though we’ll never know his parting words, here is a list of the top ten memorable quotes from him.

Top 10 most dangerous countries for tourists

There are countries in the world where local people and even more so tourists feel uncomfortable. These are mostly countries with high level of crime such as murder, robbery in the streets, corruption, hostage-taking, terrorism, and so on. But tourists enamored by local beauty sometimes do not even think about it.
The influential magazine Forbes has compiled a rating of the most dangerous countries. The vast majority of them are in Africa.

1. Somalia. This country is called the "modern Tortuga" thanks to the gangs of pirates that work along the coast and attack foreign ships, kidnap people and demand ransom.

Strangest Laws Still in Effect Today

Strangest Laws Still in Effect Today
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17 October 2013

Lost at 7, tattoo helps Indian cop find mother after 24 years

It's a story straight from a 1970s Bollywood thriller. A boy separated from his parents 24 years ago was recently reunited with his family in Thane after his mother identified a tattoo she had inscribed on his right arm when he was a toddler.

The tattoo, bearing her name 'Manda R Dhangde,' has now faded with time, but whatever little there is left of it was enough to convince her that the big, strong 25-year-old who stood in front of her was her son Ganesh, who had gone missing when he was seven.

Ganesh Raghunath Dhangade was separated from his parents in 1989 aged just six when they were boarding a train. He ended up on his own in Mumbai, where he was cared for by a fisherman and then at two orphanages.
A car accident later left him unconscious for four months, struggling to remember details of his family or home, and he spent years rummaging through missing person records at police stations -- before joining the force himself in 2011.

Parineeti Chopra Photos At Nivea Meet And Greet Event

Gadgets and Designs made from Chocolate (25 Pics)

Chocolate Laptop

Laptop made from sugar, cocoa butter, milk powder and cocoa mass.

18 Cool and Creative Motorcycle Helmet Designs



 Tennis Ball

Creative Art from Toilet Paper

If your creativity is wild, no medium is a limitation. This fact is exceptionally true with Anastassia Elias, a french artist who collects toilet rolls and turns them into great works of unbelievable art. You read it right, toilet roll. And not only is the choice of medium odd, the way they are worked into incredible depictions of life is freakier.

Here are 12 more pics of this artists' amazing creativity.

16 October 2013

Google’s Hummingbird Algorithm – What’s it All About?

Google�s Hummingbird Algorithm � What�s it All About?
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Top 10 Most Dangerous Airports

10. Saba Netherlands, Antilles – Juancho E. Yrausquin Airport.

You will be landing on the northeastern portion of the island and the pilot needs to consider the very strong winds and 1,300 feet only of runway. A perfect landing will be great. Shorting the runway can spell disaster towards the cliffs. Overshooting the runway will force a go around which may require some Dramamine.
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Sonam Kapoor on GQ Magazine Cover

Interlocking Coin Sculptures by Robert Wechsler (15pics)

13 October 2013

Maya Pedal - Innovation for Common People

Maya Pedal is a Guatemalan NGO based in San Andrés Itzapa. They accept bikes donated from the USA and Canada to either recondition to sell, or to use the components to build a range of "Bicimaquinas", (pedal powered machines).
Pedal power can be harnessed for countless applications which would otherwise require electricity (which may not be available) or hand power (which is far more effort). Bicimaquinas are easy and enjoyable to use. They can be built using locally available materials and can be easily adapted to suit the needs of local people. They free the user from rising energy costs, can be used anywhere, are easy to maintain, produce no pollution and provide healthy exercise.
Maya Pedal makes water pumps, grinders, threshers, tile makers, nut shellers, blenders (for making soaps and shampoos as well as food products), trikes, trailers and more.

Here are some of their  Pedal powered machines-

The Mobile Water Pump

Fits on a bike and can be taken anywhere.

12 October 2013

Shruti Hassan Spicy Photos

The Hottest Female Athletes

Check out which athletic ladies are also some of the hottest women in the world.

Maria Sharapova

Russian tennis pro Maria Sharapova is not only gorgeous, she was the best in the business for years. She made her breakthrough in the sport in 2004 at the age of 17 and went on to win 24 WTA singles titles. She's also been featured in the Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition and done various modeling jobs in her spare time. 

Isabeli Fontana Vogue Photoshoot

Brazilian beauty Isabeli Fontana poses along with Grace Potter, Fernanda Abreu, Samuel Rosa, Derrick Green, Cadu Pelegrini & Ben Harper, for the September issue cover story of Vogue Brazil, with photography by Jacques Dequeker. Styled by Yasmine Sterea.

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