Are you lucky?

Follow hanmireddy on Twitter

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

The World's Sexiest Women!

1. Katrina Kaif

Yes! Kats is FHM's Sexiest Woman in the World. The Race actress fended off competition from the likes of Hollywood superstars Scarlett Johansson and supermodels like Adriana Lima and Gisele Bundchen, to take the top spot.

'I think it's a nice thing that people have taken the time out to vote for me, and that's what makes this really special to me,' is what the pretty lady had to say about her sexy title.

2. Megan Fox

She may be the global winner, but in India, she comes second.

3. Kareena Kapoor

Whatever you may say of her infamous size zero, this Jab We Met girl is h-o-t.

4. Deepika Padukone

She may have only one hit to her name [Om Shanti Om], but that doesn't seem to affect her sex appeal.

5. Bipasha Basu

From sexiest Asian to sexiest in the world? Not bad. She definitely makes our pulse 'race'.

6. Aishwarya Rai Bachchan

She wowed the world in the recent concluded Cannes Film Festival. Looks like we can't get enough of Bollywood's gorgeous lady.

7. Angelina Jolie

Yep, the Oscar-winning actress who is pregnant with twins was voted number seven in the sexy scale

8. Priyanka Chopra

Another beauty queen [Miss World 2000] was ranked eight in the poll. The actress who is awaiting the release of her latest film Love Story 2050, with beau Harman Baweja, must be tickled red, er pink.

9. Lara Dutta

Former Femina Miss India Universe and sexy Partner star stood ninth in the poll.

While the Global Winner was Transformers star Megan Fox, one of Bollywood's most beautiful actress was named the sexiest Indian. Before we find out who the hottie is, let us look at the others who made it to the list starting with former Miss Universe, Sushmita Sen who is at number 10.
The World's Sexiest Women!

Soha is So-hot!

Kareena, Rani, Saif

Dhoom macha de!

Bikini babes

Women lie about sex
Surveys suggesting that men are more sexually active than women may be wrong because women are more likely to lie when answering questions about their own sexual activity, a clever new U.S. study has found.

Men typically report engaging in sex at a younger age, having sex more often and with more partners than women do, but the study shows that these reported gender differences might show up because women think they should give answers expected of them, according to Dr Terri Fisher, a psychology professor at Ohio State University, a co-author of the study in the Journal of Sex Research with Dr Michele Alexander, assistant professor of psychology at the University of Maine.

"Women are sensitive to social expectations for their sexual behaviour and may be less than totally honest when asked about their behaviour in some survey conditions," said Fisher. "Women appear to feel pressure to adhere to sex role expectations that indicate women should be more relationship-oriented and should avoid being seen as promiscuous."

"Before the study, we thought men would generally over-report their sexual behaviour and women would under-report it under certain testing conditions. However, we found that women were more likely than men to have different answers depending on conditions when they were surveyed."

The researchers asked 201 unmarried, heterosexual college students to complete questionnaires about their sexual attitudes, experience and behaviour, and the age at which they first had sexual intercourse - but in a twist, the participants completed the questionnaire under three different conditions including one in which they believed they were connected to a lie detector.

In that group, participants had electrodes placed on their hand, forearms and neck and were told they were being attached to a polygraph (lie detector) machine, which in fact was an old model that didn't actually work. They were also told the polygraph was sensitive enough to detect dishonesty even in written responses, then left alone in a room to answer their questionnaires.

A second group filled out the sex surveys alone in a room and were told their answers would be completely anonymous, while the third group was led to believe the researcher might view their responses and the researcher sat right outside the testing room with the door open.

Women's answers were closer to men's in some areas of sexual behaviour when they thought lies could be detected. Men's answers didn't change as much as did women's under different testing conditions.

The women who thought their answers might be read, for example, reported an average of only 2.6 sexual partners, but those who thought they were monitored by the lie detector reported an average of 4.4 sexual partners. Women who were not attached to the lie detector, but who had privacy during testing, gave answers in the middle - an average of 3.4 sexual partners.

Men's answers didn't vary as much: those who thought they were attached to a polygraph reported an average of 4.0 sexual partners, compared with 3.7 partners for those who thought their answers might be seen.

In a media statement, Fisher said it was not entirely surprising that women changed their answers more than men: "We live in a culture that really does expect a different pattern of sexual behaviour from women than it does from men."

The results showed that gender differences still existed and that they needed to be taken into account in a variety of ways, she said.

Many respected sex surveys, for example, were based on face-to-face interviews with participants, which might lead women to rate a socially desirable response as being more important than a completely honest one.

As well, medical professionals needed to be aware of how women respond to questions about their sexuality, she said: "Based on these findings, a doctor may need to ask female patients about their sexual behaviour in different ways than they would for male patients."


Viagra has changed the lives of millions of men - but at what cost to women? (dailymail)

A model displays a pear-shaped D-colour flawless 72.22 carat diamond during a Sotheby's Auction press preview in Hong Kong, south China, March 31, 2008. The world's third largest diamond, estimated 10-13 million U.S. dollars, will be offered at auction on April 8, 2008 at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.

web site of the day
America's Best Graduate Schools 2009


• Use influence to stop violence: China to Dalai
• Won't allow FDI in commodities: Left
• Pay panel, an attempt to destabilise India
• India in danger of losing 2010 hockey WC

Treasury pitches regulatory overhaul (reuters)


Iraq's Sadr orders followers off streets (reuters)
Clinton, Obama press for Texas delegates (ap)

There are only two way to live your life.
One is as though nothing is a miracle.
The other is as if everything is.
Albert Einstein


Report Shows Google Ad Viewership Flattening (business world)
Philippines to get own Playboy, but no nudes (AFP)
More men, baby-boomers opting for face, chest surgery (reuters)
Americans drove less in 2007 for first time (reuters)


site of the day
Inflammation: The Secret Killer

site of the day
Effective Ways To Protect Your Blog’s Search Engine Rankings

The Lufthansa flight LH752 from Frankfurt lands at the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport in Shamshabad early on Sunday. It was the first flight to touch down at the new airport.

Sexiest Woman Alive: Charlize Theron

TIME is Money

site of the day:
Aktrez: The Real Life Cortana

pic of the day

Soha Ali Khan

"Titanic" named greatest blockbuster of all time (xinhua)
Tara Tiny @ Rs 99K is the world's cheapest car! (rediff)

Women in city top list of divorcees (Times of India)


Dancing On Ice star Suzanne Shaw sizzles as the new face of Asda's lingerie range (dailymail)

Halle Berry


Dr. Jacques Rogge, center, President of the International Olympic Committee, IOC, left, speaks during a news conference, flanked by Richard Carrion, left, CEO of Banco Popular, and Mario Vasquez Rana, right, the President of the Pan American Games,...


Condeleezza Rice

Elephants enjoy a "buffet" of fruit and vegetables during Thailand's National Elephant Day in the ancient Thai capital of Ayutthaya, 80 km (50 miles) north of Bangkok, March 13, 2008. Thais honored the elephant on Wednesday with special fruit and Buddhist ceremonies across the country to pay homage to their national animal.

sQuba, world's first swimming car

No comments: