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Thursday, August 25, 2016

10 Sexiest Latest Instagram Selfies of Mia Khalifa You Must See

Posted By: Shanu Baba - 12:30:00 AM
Mia Khalifa is a famous adult model and pornographic actress. She was born in Beirut, Lebanon and moved to United states in 2000 with her family. Here we have managed to share some of most sexiest latest selfies of Mia Khalifa. These photos are collected from Mia Khalifa official Instagram (@Officialmiak) account. 

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Wednesday, August 24, 2016

This is what a mother said when she was told it’s not ‘appropriate’ for her to wear a bikini

Posted By: Shanu Baba - 7:56:00 PM
Lexi Sinclair, mother of a 4-month-old baby in Kansas City, Missouri proudly dons a bikini and has no qualms about it despite her state of ‘recovery’ because you gotta do what you gotta do. So when Lexi was given a moral lecture by a middle-aged woman as she took her son to the pool wearing a leopard print bikini, her response was pretty epic.

She took her son Christian to the swimming pool and a woman came to chat with Lexi about him, just like any other woman who would walk up after looking at a cute kid. She asked her about “his age, how much he weighs, how he sleeps, etc” but she didn’t stop at that.
She told Lexi, “that the men at the pool would feel more comfortable if I was in a one-piece swim suit because a bikini isn’t appropriate for a mother, especially one who’s “still recovering.”

But here’s what Lexi said and there’s only one word for it. Bravo.
“I’m proud of my body. In just one year I’ve gained 50 pounds, and lost 37. I’ve grown a human and given birth to a beautiful miracle. My body provided food for my child. So, no, my body might not be the best sight for other men to see. My stretch marks and tummy pudge might not be sexy. But they’re proof that I’ve done something amazing, and I have a man that loves me and finds me even sexier and more beautiful now. To be honest, I don’t give a tiny rats ass what other men, or a prissy twit like you think. Have a nice day though.”
The woman’s stunning response is winning the Internet. Her post has gone viral with over 20,000 shares

Deepika Padukone is world’s 10th highest paid actress, beats Priyanka Chopra to Forbes list

Posted By: Shanu Baba - 7:39:00 PM
Deepika Padukone is not just India’s top-paid actress, she is also among the top 10 highest-paid actresses in the world, according to Forbes. The actress is the only Indian on the list with earnings of $10 million. The list is headlined by Jennifer Lawrence, with total earnings of $46 million.

The one Bollywood star we expected to see on the list was Priyanka Chopra. She is the lead star of ABC’s Quantico and will be soon making her Hollywood debut with Dwayne Johnson-starrer Baywatch. However, Priyanka failed to make it to the top 10. Media has been abuzz with a rivalry between Priyanka and Deepika given the fact that both the actresses will be seen making her Hollywood debuts soon. Deepika will be seen in xXx: The Return of Xander Cage with Vin Diesel.
Meanwhile, Deepika is in august company, other than Jennifer, Julia Roberts, Charlize Theron and Friends star Jennifer Anniston are also on the top 10 list. The 30-year-old Bajirao Mastani actress is described by Forbes as having “scored box office gold.” The magazine also mentions her Bollywood movies such as Bajirao Mastani and Piku.

While she earns less than her Hollywood counterparts for roles, Deepika “compensates with over a dozen lucrative endorsements”, which “have helped her hedge against a deep pay gap in Bollywood”.

Forbes said the Bangalore-bred Deepika, who made her Bollywood film debut in 2007 with Shah Rukh Khan-starrer Om Shanti Om, has “since starred in several films that have crossed the $150 million or 100 crore mark “a barometer for box office success in India”. Deepika “has also become something of a style icon” launching her own label for an Indian online shopping site.

Making her Hollywood debut along Fast and Furious star Vin Diesel, she will be seen in 2017 in xXx: Return of Xander Cage. Noting the gender pay gap in the Indian movie industry, “a discrepancy not uncommon in Hollywood” also, Forbes said though a top Indian male star might earn close to $5 million a movie, prominent Indian actresses rarely clear $1 million a film.

Bringing up the front of the list is Jennifer Lawrence, who topped Forbes magazine list of the world’s highest-paid actress for the second straight year, earning some $46 million. Lawrence, 26, took the top spot largely through a slice of the profits from the final movie in the Hunger Games franchise, as well as a big upfront fee for her forthcoming space adventure movie, Passengers, Forbes said.

However, like Deepika, Lawrence’s estimated payday was likely well below that for Hollywood’s leading men, Forbes said, despite the actress sparking a debate about the gender pay gap last year. She declared she was “finished being adorable” when it came to negotiating better deals for herself. Lawrence’s 2016 earnings dropped 11.5 percent from her 2015 total of $52 million.

Forbes will release its list of the world’s highest-paid actors on Thursday. Last year Robert Downey Jr. topped the list with an estimated $80 million. Neither, however, came close to pop star Taylor Swift, who was named the top-earning celebrity of 2016 earlier this year, pulling in an estimated $170 million from record sales and her world tour. Melissa McCarthy took home $33 million in earnings, up $10 million from 2015 in part from her payday for the controversial female reboot of Ghostbusters. It was the biggest annual paycheck to date for the star of television comedy, Mike and Molly. McCarthy, 45, also launched a clothing line for sizes 4 to 28 after becoming frustrated at the outfits available for larger women.

Scarlett Johansson of Captain America: Civil War was third at $25 million, down nearly 30 percent from 2015. Together, the world’s 10 highest-paid actresses tallied a combined $205 million between June 1, 2015 and June 1, 2016, before management fees and taxes, Forbes said. The estimates include earnings from movies, TV and endorsements from cosmetic and other companies. The rest of the top 10 of this year’s highest-paid actresses are Jennifer Aniston ($21 million), Fan Bingbing ($17 million), Charlize Theron ($16.5 million), Amy Adams ($13.5 million), Julia Roberts ($12 million), Mila Kunis ($11 million) and Deepika Padukone ($10 million).

Zalima COCA COLA Pila Day FULL Song Coke Studio Season 9 Episode 1 HD

Posted By: Shanu Baba - 7:12:00 PM

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Afreen Afreen, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan & Momina Mustehsan, Episode 2, Coke Studio 9

Posted By: Shanu Baba - 6:33:00 PM
Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan was one of the shining lights of Pakistan, a Qawwali Shahehshah whose talent was heralded both locally and globally. 

To celebrate the legend that still lives 19 years on, Coke Studio presents
Afreen Afreen, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan & Momina Mustehsan, Episode 2, Coke Studio 9
Music Directed by Faakhir Mehmood
Produced by Strings

The beautifully crafted ‘Afreen Afreen’ sung two decades ago by the legendry, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan still holds the strength to serenade the audience with its poetic and soothing sensibilities. The reformation of the track on Coke Studio – arranged by Faakhir Mehmood and performed by maestro Rahat Fateh Ali Khan and debutant, Momina Mustehsan – transforms the Qawwali seamlessly into an unplugged track. Within the genre, the atmosphere of the song remains ambient and acoustic, as the bare minimum elements give room to Rahat’s majestic vocals to improvise the mastery he possesses. Momina enters the song as she punctuates the additional melody with her laid-back effortless velvety vocals. Towards the end, the track is perfectly complimented with the incredible drum roll and a hyper groove as the traditional ‘Afreen Afreen’ chants are delivered with heartfelt emotion and melodic panache.

US Expresses Concern Over Human Rights Situation In Gilgit-Baltistan

Posted By: Shanu Baba - 5:15:00 PM
Washington:  The US on Monday expressed concern about the human rights situation in Gilgit-Baltistan and asked all parties in Pakistan to resolve the issues through a valid political process.

"We do have concerns about the human rights situation there, and have reported that for several years in our Human Rights Report," a State Department Spokesperson told news agency PTI when asked about the allegations of large scale human rights violation in Gilgit-Baltistan, which has been illegally occupied by Pakistan.

"However, we have consistently urged all parties in Pakistan to work out their differences peaceably and through a valid political process," the spokesperson said.
Source: NDTV

A message for Gilgit-Baltistan

Posted By: Shanu Baba - 5:10:00 PM
The fact that the Indian Constitution recognises the people of Gilgit-Baltistan as its citizens is often lost in the continuing stalemate in Kashmir.(Illustration: C R Sasikumar)
At the all-party conference in New Delhi, and later in his August 15 Independence Day address to the nation, the Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, referred to the people of Gilgit-Baltistan and Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK). On both occasions, Modi also talked about human rights violations in Pakistan-occupied Balochistan. His statement came a day after Pakistan’s Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif, dedicated his country’s Independence Day celebrations to the freedom of Kashmir from Indian rule.

PM Modi’s statement was well-received by Indian political parties including the Indian National Congress. The current Bangladesh government and former Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai supported the statement, causing concern in Pakistan’s leadership circles. On Thursday, August 19, India announced a five-point agenda to resume talks with Pakistan, one of which proposes a discussion on the vacation of Pakistan’s illegal occupation of Gilgit-Baltistan and PoK.
Pakistan has responded to India’s approach with staged demonstrations in Gilgit-Baltistan and Balochistan condemning Modi. As expected, Gilgit-Baltistan’s assembly on Friday passed a resolution against the Indian Prime Minister’s statement. The president of Pakistan Peoples’ Party, Gilgit-Baltisan chapter, reiterated that despite systematic and widespread human rights violations and neglect, the majority of the people of this disputed region would still opt to become Pakistani citizens. In Skardu, teachers brought students as young as six-year-old to the streets to raise anti-India slogans, which points to state indoctrination against the neighbouring country. One government official, Shams Mir, while addressing a rally in Gilgit, vowed to turn the protesting children into suicide bombers against India.

Instead of building colleges and universities in Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan’s establishment keeps the region’s students ignorant by spreading myths and uses them as foot soldiers against India, USA and Afghanistan. Distorting the worldview of children is creating a damaged collective psyche with lasting implications for Gilgit-Baltistan and its neighbours. Equally responsible are the local teachers who promote the colonial policy of political indoctrination and incitement to violence, and squander the opportunity to educate students about the constitutional framework, or the lack thereof, which bars Gilgit-Baltistan from becoming a part of Pakistan.

It is telling that no locals organised a procession against the Pakistani establishment which repeatedly refuses to accept Gilgit-Baltistan as a part of the country. While Pakistani occupiers expect the people of Gilgit-Baltistan to spew venom against India, they shamelessly block basic constitutional rights enjoyed by the people of Ladakh, Kashmir and Jammu to the locals.

Our leadership could serve Gilgit-Baltistan and its people better by exposing Pakistan’s illegal occupation, as well the military and its apparatus of terror networks which have massacred thousands of people in the name of religion and burned our villages to alter local demography through force. Similarly, real patriotism would be to condemn and protest against Pakistani rulers for illegally transferring thousands of kilometres of Gilgit-Baltistan’s land to China which originally belongs to the Hunza and Shigar districts.

Pakistani media might not agree with this assessment, but the majority of the people of Gilgit-Baltistan would expect their elected representatives to expose the culprits in the government and military who incarcerate our youth for demanding rights, loot our natural resources, encroach upon our private lands to build the China-led economic corridor (CPEC), hurt local cultural identity and national character through a policy of assimilation and block our trade routes towards Ladakh to impose economic isolation and dependence. Such policies only expose the double standards of Pakistan’s rulers who routinely advocate better trade relations with India through Punjab.

The fact that the Indian Constitution recognises the people of Gilgit-Baltistan as its citizens is often lost in the continuing stalemate in Kashmir. The failure on the part of previous Indian governments to address this crucial reality and engage the people of Gilgit-Baltistan has in many ways led to the continued impasse in the region. The statement of PM Modi is in keeping with his constitutional duty as head of the government and provides a fresh opportunity to resolve a conflict that is holding back the entire region.

The international community must recognise that Pakistan’s interference in the engagement between the people of Gilgit-Baltistan and the Indian government and UN staff puts it in conflict with the UN mechanisms which it so often cites. UN resolutions call on Pakistan to withdraw from the occupied regions of Gilgit-Baltistan and Mirpur and Muzaffarabad (PoK) and India to engage with stakeholders, which must include the leadership of Gilgit-Baltistan. If India wants to see resolution on this long-standing regional issue, it must directly engage the people of Gilgit-Baltistan and implement confidence-building measures (CBMs) specific to Ladakh and Gilgit-Baltistan. At the same time, the activists of Gilgit-Baltistan should not hesitate from contacting the leadership in Jammu and Ladakh to iron out misunderstandings.

The people of Gilgit-Baltistan must realise that Modi is ending Gilgit-Baltistan’s long international isolation. The statement by itself does not show a policy change but Modi’s message is clear: Gilgit-Baltistan, Jammu, Ladakh and Kashmir are all equal stakeholders and the issue cannot be solved by focusing on Kashmir alone. It is a positive sign that India is advancing a policy to address the region’s constitutional question by bringing Gilgit-Baltistan on par with Kashmir at the negotiating table.
Source: The Idian Express

Waiter gets $500 tip for his act of kindness

Posted By: Shanu Baba - 4:54:00 PM
As this case of Kasey Simmons proves, there is no telling how a single act of kindness can turn the world around. (Source: WFAA)

They say virtue is its own reward. Do good and forget. Except, this time the kindness was wholeheartedly acknowledged and generously reciprocated when Kasey Simmons, a server at an Applebee’s eatery in the Dallas, US, was left with a $500 tip on a $0.37 bill on August 16. This was accompanied by a heartfelt message written on a napkin, thanking Simmons for his selfless gesture from the day before.

The previous day, Simmons had seen a woman looking upset at a grocery store. Notwithstanding the fact that they were complete strangers, he walked up to her and told her she was beautiful to cheer her up and even paid for her groceries. “I insisted,” Simmons told WFAA. “It was only $17, but it’s not about the money – it’s about showing someone you care.”

The napkin message and the tip were left for Simmons by that lady’s daughter, who had come in and ordered for the cheapest thing on the menu – flavoured water. Apparently, Simmons had met the lady on what was one of the worst days in the year – the third death anniversary of her husband. “Kasey, I want to thank you for being the person you are…You made my mother’s day wonderful. She has been smiling since you did what you did,” the napkin note read.
The good Samaritan, Simmons, who loves to make people smile said, “I had no idea that was going on, but I knew something was making her sad.”
He now wants to meet the family face-to-face and thank them personally. Now, this is definitely one of those stories that would make everyone smile. Looks like Simmons’ smile mission just got much bigger!

50 years ago, Earth got its first photo taken all the way from the moon

Posted By: Shanu Baba - 4:45:00 PM
It’s often said, photographs are frozen memories, and rightly so in many aspects as they capture a moment, thereby, making it memorable and sometimes, it could just go on to become historic.

Just like on August 23, 1966 – when the first photo of Earth was captured from its satellite Moon. It’s been 50 years since this first photo was captured and produced by NASA’s Lunar Orbiter 1. The photo was transmitted to Earth by the unmanned robotic spacecraft and received at the tracking station at Robledo De Chavela near Madrid, Spain. The image was taken during the spacecraft’s 16th orbit.

August 10 was the 50th anniversary of the launch of the first of five lunar orbiters that returned images of “99 per cent of both the near- and far-side surfaces of the moon”. According to a report, the lunar orbiters had sent back a total of 3,062 photos.

The first spacecraft, Lunar Orbiter 1, left Earth on August 10, 1966, and after 92 hours, it was finally orbiting the moon.

According to NASA, the Lunar Orbiter 1 – built by The Boeing Co. – was launched on an Atlas SLV-3 Agena-D rocket from Cape Canaveral in Florida. It was mainly designed to take photographs of smooth areas of the Moon’s surface, which would help to select landing sites for the Surveyor and Apollo missions, later launched by NASA.

Jay Friedlander, who started his NASA career 25 years ago as a photographic technician working on images including those from the Lunar Orbiter in a report said, “The camera system itself took up at least a third of the spacecraft.”
According to the Space.com, the image of the Eath was not planned, it “only came up after the mission was already in operation.” The report adds that repositioning the satellite was extremely risky plan. “If you turned the spacecraft maybe it wouldn’t turn back again. You don’t want to mess with a working spacecraft if you don’t have to.”

Though, initially, there were debates, as changing the satellite position would endanger the orbiter’s main objective, NASA finally decided to take picture of our planet. Thereby after lot of considerations, on August 23, 1966, “the spacecraft successfully took a photo of an earthrise, the blue planet rising above the moon’s horizon,” reports Space.com.

Since then, this first photo of the Earth from the Moon has been historical and a printed poster of the image were presented as souvenirs to visiting dignitaries.
Source: The Indian Express

Saturday, August 20, 2016

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Posted By: Shanu Baba - 5:34:00 PM
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