22 June 2014

Emma Watson gets naked looking for Natural Beauty photo book (SFW photos)

Actress Emma Watson has teamed up with photographer James Houston for his upcoming book Natural Beauty. In it, Watson poses seemingly nude in a feature that shows one’s connection to nature.
Houston says Natural Beauty is “a photographic series inspired by the connection I feel to nature in my design work and in the environment. I shot some of the world’s leading celebrities and top models who are also environmentally conscious.”

Ana de Armas hot pics

Ana de Armas is a Cuban actress. She currently lives in Madrid, Spain. 

19 June 2014

Things you rarely see in India anymore


The last telegram in India was sent out on July 14 2013.
With it, the government ended the 163-year-long postal service.
In the face of SMSes, WhatsApp and email, it was only a matter of time before the telegraph service shut down.

07 March 2014

Sonakshi Sinha Hot Photo Shoot for Dabur

Sizzling Bollywood Actress Sonakshi Sinha Hot Photo Shoot for Dabur. Lets see the Latest photo gallery of Sonakshi Sinha Bollywood actress.

05 March 2014

Prora : Hitler's Dream of a Nazi Beach Resort

Stretching for over three miles along the white sandy beach on Germany's Baltic Sea island of Ruegen, lies the world’s biggest hotel with 10,000 bedrooms all facing the sea. But for 70 years since it was built, no holiday maker has ever stayed there. This is hotel Prora, a massive building complex built between 1936 and 1939 by the Nazis as part of their "Strength through Joy" ("Kraft durch Freude," KdF) programme. The aim was to provide leisure activities for German workers and spread Nazi propaganda. Locals call Prora the Colossus because of its monumental structure.

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15 February 2014

First Time Sonam Kapoor in Red Bikini for upcoming movie

First Time Sonam Kapoor in Red Bikini for upcoming movie 'Bewkoofiyan'. Sonam kapoor wearing Bikini first time in their movie carrier. Sonam Kapoor looking gorgeous and hot and sexy in this Red and pink Bikini dresses. All sonam Kapoor fans are waiting this cinema.

14 February 2014

Shruti Hassan Latest Photoshoot In Saree For Kalanjali

Shruti Hassan Latest Photoshoot In Saree & Blouse For Kalanjali. Lets see the these hot photoshoot by South Famous actress Shruti Hassan images, photo gallery.

Sexy Supermodel Lisa Haydon Scans From GQ Magazine Jan 2014

Sexy hot Supermodel Lisa Haydon Scans From GQ Magazine Jan 2014. Here the Lisa Haydon sexy photoshoots for GQ Magazine January 2014.

09 February 2014

Kuldhara – A haunted village near Jaisalmer

Some 20 kilometres away from Jaisalmer, stands the town of Kuldhara, as it did 200 years ago, with bats and an occasional desert fox taking over the homes, town square and the temples. The desert winds have snatched the timber roofs away, but the sandstone buildings stand firm, lining the deserted roads. It could not have been spookier—the city stands intact, not only the roads, homes, temples and buildings but also the wells and the city's drainage system


The Skeleton Lake of Roopkund, India

When ice melts in the glacial tarn of Roopkund, located 5,000 metres above sea level in Chamoli district, Uttaranchal, hundreds of corpses can be seen floating. Thus gets exposed a mystery that dates back to more than 60 years and has begun to be understood only recently.


20 Staggering Photos Of Abandoned Detroit

The city of Detroit filed for Chapter 9 bankruptcy on July 18, 2013. It is the largest municipal bankruptcy filing in U.S. history by debt, estimated at $18–20 billion, exceeding Jefferson County, Alabama's $4 billion filing in 2011.Detroit is also the largest city by population in the U.S. history to file for Chapter 9 bankruptcy, more than twice as large as Stockton, California, which filed in 2012. Detroit’s population has declined from a peak of 1.8 million in 1950; recently, the New York Times called the city “home to 700,000 people, as well as to tens of thousands of abandoned buildings, vacant lots and unlit streets.

02 February 2014

The 10 most honest cities in the world

As part of a project carried out by Reader's Digest, wallets were dropped in 16 cities around the world in an attempt to find out how many would be handed in. Each wallet contained a contact number, a family photo, business cards, coupons and the equivalent of $50 or £31.

According to the results of a new experiment, more people are likely to hand in a wallet in Helsinki, Finland than in any other city in the world. Eleven out of 12 wallets were returned to their owners in the Scandinavian city.

Mumbai, India was the second most honest city in the world with nine out of 12 wallets getting handed in, while Lisbon, Portugal was the most dishonest with only one wallet being returned to its owner.

1. Helsinki, Finland - 11 out of 12 wallets were returned

What China makes: 10 things the country is big on [Infographic]

10 world cuisines Indians improved with a local twist

Indians are the real foodies of the world. They know what exactly is to be done to make a dish more interesting and exciting. Whether it's Chinese noodles made the Indian way as chowmein, or the quintessential American burger given a desi tadka with aloo patties and mint cutney, we know how to blend flavours. Here are 10 world foods that Indians have improved with their golden touch.

1. Chowmein: We've grown up eating this delicious version of Chinese noodles. You have to agree chowmein, loaded with soya sauce and chilli sauce, tastes much better than the fancy hakka noodles.

01 February 2014

20 Countries with Highest Murder Rate

Homicide rate is the number of people murdered per 100,000 people per year.

Here are 20 countries with highest murder rate.

20. Ethiopia

Homicide rate: 25.5
Reported homicides: 20,239
Year: 2008

30 January 2014

Manchineel - World's Most Dangerous Tree

Manchineel (Hippomane mancinella) is a dangerously poisonous tree reaching up to 15 meters in height with alternate shiny green leaves and spikes of small green flowers. The fruit is greenish to yellow-green at ripeness. In less than an hour, severe dermatitis takes effect. This poisonous tree can be found in the Southern parts of Florida as well as many parts of the Caribbean, Central America, and Northern South America.

The manchineel’s milky white sap is incredibly caustic and poisonous as well – even a drop could cause skin blisters, dermatitis, swelling or burns. This happens a lot with unsuspecting travelers who use the tree for shelter from the rains. The sap is so caustic that even the rain drops coming from the branches can cause burns. The bark is poisonous too – burning it releases a smoke that causes temporary (and in some cases, permanent) blindness. Considering all the ways it can hurt you, it’s no wonder the manchineel currently holds the Guinness record for world’s most dangerous tree.

Paper Sculpture by Veska Abad

29 January 2014

Amazing Pencil Art

Amir Khan and Katrina Kaif on cover of Ishq Magazine

Chinese Students Tie Their Hair to the Ceiling to Prevent Falling Asleep

Now this is what I call pure genius. Why didn’t I think of this when I was a college student struggling to stay awake all night? As you can see in the pictures, these Chinese university students have resorted to tying up their hair using clothespins. Every time they nod off, the pins will pull on their hair, jerking them awake.

The technique became popular after two students at the Fujian Agriculture and Forestry University in Fujian province uploaded pictures of themselves on Weibo. Chen Tang, 20 and her roommate Huang Lu, 21, had been struggling with a huge workload and needed a quick fix to fight the urge to nap.

They had tried the regular methods – caffeine, push-ups and cranking up the air-conditioning – but none of that worked. That’s when they decided to hit the history books for a solution. Chen and Huang read about two famous Chinese scholars who practiced extreme methods to keep their minds alert.

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Lightning flash photography (22 Pics)

This photographer really is the master of flash photography... after capturing these incredible lightning bolts.
Michael Bath, from McLeans Ridges in New South Wales, Australia, estimates that in his lifetime he has taken more than 3,500 images of lightning bolts illuminating the sky.
The photographer said that he followed his first lightning storm in November 1988, and, on December 2, 1988, took his first images of the powerful bolts

28 January 2014

Artist draws Doodles on her thighs

Jody Steel draws detailed pictures on her thigh, often during lectures, and her tattoo-like artwork has attracted international attention, hundreds of thousands of views on the Web and even some job offers.

"It was a lot easier and faster to do the drawings on my legs," she told the Daily News.

26 January 2014

A Russian Mother Portrays Her Sons' Silent Communication With Animals

These beautiful photos capture the tender moments between two young boys who share a unique bond with animals.

Elena Shumilova, from Andreapol, Russia, began taking pictures of her sons Yaroslav and Vanya in early 2012 when she received her first professional camera.

The pair were immediately accepted by the animals from a young age and their incredible bond continues to strengthen as they get older.

Elena, 32, was able to capture images her boys playing with such animals as rabbits, dogs, cats and ducks as they become totally immersed in their communication with their furry friends.

23 January 2014

Meanwhile in America (18 Photos)

Amazing pictures – 18 pics

The Human Tree man *Warning Graphic* (13 photos)

Indonesian fisherman, Dede Koswara, has been suffering from a rare skin disease called Human Pappiloma Virus since he cut his leg as a teenager. HIs skin appears to have tree roots growing out if it. He has been dubbed the ‘Tree Man’ and doctors from around the world are working on a cure.

22 January 2014

Awesome Indian Kid Tears Up Stage

Celebrities, Then And Now – Pics

Google Crafting Contact Lenses for Diabetes

Google is working on contact lenses with special sensors to monitor diabetes blood sugar levels. The lens measures blood sugar levels in tears using a tiny wireless chip and miniature blood-sugar sensor embedded between two layers of soft contact lens material.

“Uncontrolled blood sugar puts people at risk for a range of dangerous complications, some short-term and others longer term, including damage to the eyes, kidneys, and heart,” the project's co-founders, Brian Otis and Babak Parviz, write on Google’s blog. "A friend of ours told us she worries about her mom, who once passed out from low blood sugar and drove her car off the road."

21 January 2014

The Top 10 Tallest Dog Breeds in the World

These Are the Certified Tallest Dog Breeds in the World. Here you will find the tallest breed of dog or the tallest individual dog attained by a particular dog in a particular breed. Like for instance, you will see that the tallest breed of dog is the Irish Wolfhound but you noticed that a particular individual dog breed of Great Dane is taller.

This particular situation explains that on the average, Irish Wolfhound is the tallest although there are some individual dog breeds that can be taller. These dogs may not be the most expensive in the world, but you will sure spend a lot for their food consumption.
Here are the tallest dog breeds in the world.

1. Irish Wolfhound
On the average, the Irish Wolfhound is the tallest dog breed in the world. The minimum height of this breed is a stunning 82 centimeter tall. As it name Implies, it came from Ireland in Europe.

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20 January 2014

Ultimate Royal Guards Fail Compilation

Laxey Wheel : World's Largest Water Wheel - Laxey Village

The Laxey Wheel (also known as Lady Isabella) is a large waterwheel built in the village of Laxey in the Isle of Man. Designed by Robert Casement, it has a 72-foot-6-inch (22.1 m) diameter, is 6 feet (1.83 m) wide and revolves at approximately three revolutions per minute.

It was built in 1854 to pump water from the mineshafts and named "Lady Isabella" after the wife of Lieutenant Governor Charles Hope who was the island's governor at that time. The Laxey Wheel is the largest working waterwheel in the world. The wheel was used to pump water from the Glen Mooar part of the ‘Great Laxey Mines’ industrial complex.

The Man Who Moved a Mountain

The mountain man – Late Dashrath Manjhi. Every morning, for 22 long years, a frail, diminutive man, barefoot and clad in a loin cloth, would trudge two kilometers to a hillock of solid rock and chip away at it with a hammer and chisel. His twenty two years of hard work was inspired by his love, his wife.



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