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Friday, May 29, 2009

sienna miller

sienna miller





Natalie Suliman

Natalie Suliman

Natalie Suliman

Natalie Suliman

Caution, bumps ahead ... model Natalie's eye-catching poster near Wembley, North London

Jelena Jankovic

Jelena Jankovic

Elena Dementieva

Elena Dementieva

Victoria Pendleton

Victoria Pendleton

Victoria Pendleton

Victoria Pendleton

Eleonora Gaggioli

Eleonora Gaggioli

Victoria Beckham

Victoria Beckham

Thursday, May 28, 2009

Simona Halep

Simona Halep

Kimberly Wyatt

Kimberly Wyatt

Raveena Tandon

Raveena Tandon





Sex talk for beginners

Sex talk for beginners

ELEVEN-year-olds should be taught about sexually transmitted infections, a Government backed report has suggested.

Teachers should give lessons on different methods of contraception to reduce the teen pregnancy rate and family doctors must deliver better sexual health care.

The recommendations come in a report commissioned by the Department of Health which warned that the scale and nature of sexual ill-health in Englands is of "grave concern".
It follows an early study which advised parents to use steamy sex scenes from popular soaps - like Mischa Barton's lesbian kiss in OC - to break the ice when talking about sex with their chidren.

Studies have shown that good sex education reduces teen pregnancies and risky behaviour, but many parents are embarrassed, or uncertain what to say.

Honesty - and simplicity - is the best policy, according to David Kesterton of the Family Planning Association.

Here are a few golden rules and our age-by-age guide to sex education.


PARENTS are often uncertain about talking to pre-school children about sex and relationships, but kids do ask questions from a very early age.

Answer questions in an age-appropriate way. It will be much easier when they are older and asking more detailed questions.


DON'T talk about birds and bees, the stork or finding babies in cabbage patches.

It might save your blushes for now but in the long run you could lose your child's trust.


YOUNG children in particular don't want lots of detail. Give brief and simple answers and their next question will probably be: "Can I have a sweet?"


IF you are stuck for words, say something like: "That's a good question, we'll talk about that when we get home."

And make sure you do.


SEX education often focuses on the mechanics of reproduction rather than the emotions.

Don't be afraid to give kids guidelines such as: "I think it's better to wait until you meet someone really special."


BEFORE you start discussing sex with your kids, think about the words you are comfortable using.

You may find using formal language such as vagina and penis easier than fanny or willy.


SEX education is not brilliant now but it was even worse when a lot of today's parents were growing up.

Check out the sex education books at your local library.

The Family Planning Association runs Speakeasy courses designed to help parents.


IF you are embarrassed, try not to show it - it will only rub off on the kids.

Sex is not "dirty" and it is important to stress that it is a normal part of human behaviour.

If you are really worried, get some good sex education books and leave them around the house.


BE prepared to start a conversation about sex and relationships.

Some kids won't ask questions but neighbourhood events or TV soap storylines can provide an opportunity to raise the subject.


DON'T sit children down for a "serious" sex talk - it will probably make you both feel awkward.

It is often easier to talk while you are doing something else such as the dishes, flying a kite or walking home from school.


CHILDREN develop differently so don't worry if your child doesn't ask these questions -or comes up with others.

Where do babies come from?

Mummy's tummy.

How does the baby get in?

Daddy has the seed and puts it inside Mummy. Then the baby grows inside her.

Can men have babies?

No, but Mummy's egg needs Daddy's seed.

Why is my willy standing up?

They do that sometimes, it's nothing to worry about.

Why don't girls have a penis?

Girls have a vagina instead.

A good book is Mummy Laid An Egg, by Babette Cole, Pounds 5.99.


WHERE does Daddy keep his seeds?

He keeps them in the little bags under his penis. They're sometimes called the balls but the correct name is the testicles.

How does the seed get into Mummy?

When Daddy's penis goes hard he can put it into Mummy's vagina. Then his seed can come out and meet one of Mummy's eggs. Then it can begin growing into a baby.

Mummy, why do you have to buy those boxes of tampons or towels every month?

When girls are more grown-up their body produces a little bit of blood every month. This is normal and natural -we call it a period. The tampons or towels are just so it doesn't make a mess.

Where does the baby come out?

It comes out from between Mummy's legs, from the front hole which is called the vagina. It stretches to let the baby out.

What does being gay mean?

It means when two men or two women fall in love and want to be together.

A good book for primary school children to read is Let's Talk About Where Babies Come From, by Robie Harris, published by Walker Books, Pounds 8.99.


CAN I get pregnant first time?

Yes! A woman's fertility varies throughout the month but there's no time when it is not possible to get pregnant - even during her period.

Having sex standing up or washing thoroughly after sex won't prevent pregnancy either.

Will masturbation cause me any harm?

No. From puberty onwards it's normal for girls and boys to masturbate. It's one of the ways we learn more about how our bodies work. It's something we do in private and on our own.

What's a blow job?

Sometimes men and women enjoy licking or sucking each other's genitals as a way of giving pleasure to their partner. Some people like it, others don't. You can still catch some sexually transmitted infections in this way.

Why do I have a sticky patch on my sheets in the morning?

Boys going through puberty often have what are called wet dreams. This is completely normal. It is basically an overflow of semen. It's nothing to feel embarrassed about.

When is it OK to start having sex?

The age of consent for sexual intercourse is 16 but some people start earlier and some start much later.

What is important is that you feel comfortable and not under pressure in any way.

It doesn't matter what your friends say or do, it is OK to say no. It is what you want that is important.

A lot of boys and girls who have sex at a young age later regret it. Sex is something special and it should be treated that way.

Why are my boobs/penis smaller than other kids in the class?

We are all different and we all develop at different rates. The changes that take place at puberty begin much earlier in some children than others.

Some children don't begin to change until about 14.

Even when we are adults we are all different -that is what makes us interesting.

source: thesun

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Chelsy Davy

Chelsy Davy

Helena Christensen

Helena Christensen

Elle McPherson

Elle McPherson

Victoria Silvstedt

Victoria Silvstedt

Gemma Merna

Gemma Merna

Nicole Scherzinger

Nicole Scherzinger

Kirsty Gallacher

Kirsty Gallacher

Mel B

Mel B



Jennifer Metcalfe

Jennifer Metcalfe

Chloe Sevigny

Chloe Sevigny

Saturday, May 16, 2009

Barbara Mori

From left, Indian screenwriter Rakesh Roshan, Uruguayan born actress Barbara Mori and Indian actor Hrithik Roshan arrive for the screening of 'Bright Star' during the 62nd International film festival in Cannes, southern France.

Thursday, May 14, 2009


Olivia Wilde
Olivia Wilde tops Megan Fox on Maxim Hot 100 List. How many levels of wrong? (latimes)

Megan Fox

Audrina Patridge

Amanda Bynes

Kim Kardashian
Maxim throws a party for Hot 100 women... but winners Megan Fox and Olivia Wilde are no-shows (dailymail)


Chrysler says it will close 789 dealerships as part of its bankruptcy restructuring plan (cnn)

Mass Communication

Mass Communication

1. Press and Registration of Books Act, 1867
2. First press council was set up in 1966
3. Official Secrets Act 1923
4. The Drugs and Magic Remedies (objectionable advertisement) Act, 1954
5. The copy right act, 1957
6. The press council act 1978
7. Empolyees (conditions of service) and Miscellaneous Provisions Act, 1995
8. In 1936, the Indian radio was designated as All India Radio
9. Foreign Direct Investment in non-News Sector limit enhanced to 100 per cent from 74%
10. The first programme was broadcast in 1923 by the radio club of Bombay
11. AIR today has 223 broadcasting centres covering 99.13% population in the country.
12. Doordarshan: 15 September, 1959
13. Colour Television in India in 1982 on the occassion of 9th Asian Games
14. DD Saptagiri - Telugu
15. DD Chandana - Kannada
16. DD Sahyadri - Marathi
17. DD Podhigal - Tamil
18. The office of the Registrar of Newspapers for India (RNI) came into existence on 1st July, 1956
19. PTI founded on 27 August, 1947 (
20. UNI - 19 December, 1959
21. Kurukshetra published on behalf of Ministry of Rural Development.
22. VSAT - Very Small Aperture Terminal
23. CUG - Closed User Group
24. GSO - Geostationary Satellite Orbit
25. ISDN - Integrated Services Digital Network
26. NGN - next generation Network
27. Formation of Prasar Bharati - 23 November, 1997
28. DD Sports Channel - 18 March, 1999
29. Launch of 24 hours news channel DD News - 3 November, 2002
30. PIB - Press Information Bureau
31. AFP - Agency France Presse
32. Reuters the London based news agency agrees to 8.7 bn pound takeover by Thomson Corporation
33. Press Council of India total 28 members. 20- newspaper world, 5 MPs, 1 each from Sahitya Academy, Bar Council of India and University Grants Commission
34. The decisions of the press council are final and cannot be questioned in any court of law
35. Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) set up under the Cinematograph Act, 1952 - headquarters at Mumbai
36. Children's Film Society of India (CFSI) was established in 1955
37. DAVP - Directorate of Advertising and Visual Publicity
38. October 2, 1957 Vividh Bharati launched
39. The first radio broadcasting station in AP was started from Vijayawada on Dec 1, 1948
40. Verghese committe - Janata regime
41. 1978 - Hyderabad Doordarshan Kendra was launched
42. ETV (Eenadu Television) - 27 August, 1995
43. Maa TV - April 10, 2002
44. Typology of communication – interpersonal, intra personal, group, mass communication.
45. Roger’s theory of Diffusion of innovation.
46. Different types of copy – Agency copy, Bureau copy, Mofussil Copy

Reader's Digest Wins the Magazine Industry's "Oscar"
May 1, 2009 -- It is the Oscars of the magazine industry. Last night, at the 2009 National Magazine Awards, presented by the American Society of Magazine Editors (ASME) in New York City, Reader's Digest won the equivalent of "Best Picture." Under the deft leadership of Editor-in-Chief Peggy Northrop, Reader's Digest won in the General Excellence category for magazines of over 2 million circulation. Reader's Digest beat out Time, Real Simple, Martha Stewart Living and National Geographic to win the American Society of Magazine Editors' highest honor.

Friday, May 8, 2009

Most Desirable Bed Partners

Most Desirable Bed Partners :Miranda Kerr, Jennifer Aniston, Beyonce and Lara Bingle were next favourite for men.

Most Desirable Bed Partners: Jennifer Hawkins, Salma Hayek, Megan Gale and Kim Kardashian made the top four fantasy choices, The Daily Telegraph Online's inaugural sex survey found.

Hugh Jackman has pipped Brad Pitt, Matthew McConaughey and George Clooney to become the most desirable bed partner for women, says a new poll.

ICC Twenty20 Cricket World Cup 2009

Schedule: ICC Twenty20 Cricket World Cup 2009

Group A Group B Group C Group D
India Pakistan Australia New Zealand
Bangladesh England Sri Lanka South Africa
Ireland Netherlands West Indies Scotland

Group E A1, B2, C1, D2
Group F B1, A2, C2, D1

Date Lord's Trent Bridge The Oval
Fri, 5 June Opening ceremony

England v Netherlands

Sat, 6 June India v Bangladesh
1730-2030 New Zealand v Scotland

Australia v West Indies

Sun, 7 June South Africa v Scotland

England v Pakistan

Mon, 8 June Ireland v Bangladesh

Australia v Sri Lanka

Tues, 9 June Pakistan v Netherlands

New Zealand v South Africa

Wed, 10 June Sri Lanka v West Indies

India v Ireland

Placement for the Super Eight stage is determined as follows:
The first two teams in each group are placed 1 or 2. They will retain this position for the Super Eight stage, irrespective of whether they finish first or second in their group, unless they are knocked out by the team 3 in their group. In this instance, team 3 replaces the position of the team they knock out.

Date Lord's Trent Bridge The Oval
Thu, 11 June D1 v A2 (1330-1630)
B2 v D2 (1730-2030)
Fri, 12 June B1 v C2 (1330-1630)
A1 v C1 (1730-2030)
Sat, 13 June C1 v D2 (1330-1630)
D1 v B1 (1730-2030)
Sun, 14 June A2 v C2 (1330-1630)
A1 v B2 (1730-2030)
Mon, 15 June B1 v A2 (1330-1630)
B2 v C1 (1730-2030)
Tues, 16 June D1 v C2 (1330-1630)
D2 v A1 (1730-2030)

The teams finishing first and second in groups E and F, based on points obtained in the Super Eight stage will compete in the semi-finals
Date Lord's Trent Bridge The Oval
Thu, 18 June Women's semi-final
A1 v B2 (1330-1630)

Men's semi-final
E1 v F2 (1830-2030)

Fri, 19 June Women's semi-final
B1 v A2 (1330-1630)

Men's semi-final
F1 v E2 (1730-2030)
Sun, 21 June Women's final

Men's final

Closing ceremony

Thursday, May 7, 2009


Carrie Prejean topless
Miss California Miss USA Carrie Prejean may lose her title over little white lie, nudie pics(nydailynews)

Tuesday, May 5, 2009

odd news

Woman bites lover's penis off in car crash (

Young Achievers:

Young Achievers:
Aaron Sohacki
Like a lot of kids, Aaron Sohacki’s dad took him to watch airplanes take off and land at the airport. Like some kids, his love for watching planes turned into a love of flying, and he got his pilot’s license before his driver’s license. Uniquely, his love for flying turned into a passion for running a business that flies other people.
When Sohacki was 20, he started ImagineAir. It’s a regional company that lets regular folks fly privately. Along the way, he has flown some not-so-regular people like one of his first clients, the former mayor of Augusta, Georgia, who needed to fly to have dinner with Rudy Giuliani.
The charter service takes people 300-500 miles from the headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia. Considered a new version of a taxi service, the “air taxi” often costs less than commercial travel. Now age 24, the CEO still flies customers and often gets asked, “Are you even old enough to fly this plane?”

Genevieve Thiers
Genevieve Thiers was the oldest of seven kids, which meant she started baby-sitting almost as soon as she was born. But all the diapers, Friday nights in and lousy tips eventually paid off with millions.
In college, Thiers saw a pregnant woman posting fliers around campus for a baby-sitter. It was cheaper than going through an agency, which could cost in the thousands of dollars. After meeting her future husband online, Thiers thought that there had to be a better way. So she started, her real-life version of the “Baby-sitters Club” of young adult fiction.
The site launched in 2001 and has grown beyond connecting parents and sitters to bring together people in search of elder care and pet care with the caregivers of their choice. And now, at 29, Thiers gets to go out on Friday nights!

Blake Taylor
Yes, he set fire to the dinner table with contact lens solution. Yes, he stayed in on the weekends because he had no friends. Yes, he had to clean the urinals as punishment for acting out in class. But Blake Taylor is done being punished and finally ready to proudly say to the world, “Yes, I have ADHD.”
According to the CDC, 4.7 million Americans 18 or under have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Now 18, Taylor is the youngest person to write a memoir about living with it. He says his book, “ADHD & Me,” is the guidebook he never had growing up – a way to deal with the daily struggles from someone who has actually been there and not just studied the disorder.
Taylor is now a freshman molecular biology major at the University of California, Berkeley, where his book is used in the curriculum. Professors tout it because it’s the first time academia and the general public can see the once-taboo disorder being tackled with candor, since diagnosis only really started to spike in the 1990s. Through anecdotes about taking tests and dealing with tics, Taylor aims to tackle the often-stigmatized side effects of the disorder, which if left untreated, he says, only worsen when someone gets older. “You wouldn’t want to set fire to a table ever, but especially not when you’re 30, right?”

Jason Rae
Not too many kids tell their parents who to vote for when they are 5 years old or ask their fourth-grade teacher to watch the presidential inauguration. But what would you expect from a 21-year-old superdelegate?
Jason Rae went from being a U.S. Senate page to the youngest elected representative of the Democratic National Committee while he was in high school. He actually couldn’t vote when he was first elected because he was six months shy of 18. But he wanted to represent what he calls “America’s next generation.” So, he and his friends hand-painted posters with the slogan “A ray of hope for the future.” It worked.
What about his future? Rae says, “I remember back in kindergarten saying I wanted to run for president, but I’ll settle for an elected office.” These days he is relishing the fact he’s being wooed by both sides for his coveted vote in the close Democratic race for the 2008 presidential nomination — dining with Sen. Hillary Clinton’s daughter, Chelsea, meeting with Sen. Barack Obama and chatting with the highest-profile politicians from across the country.
How will he vote? He hasn’t said, but we’ll try to get it out of him.

Stephanie Mockler
In real life, her first car was a Volkswagen bug when she was 16. In her racing life, Stephanie Mockler was driving quarter midget cars, tiny racecars that children can drive, at the age of 6. Now at 20, she is a record-setting driver.
Mockler became the first female to win a USAC Ford Focus Midget Series when she finished at the Indianapolis Speedrome. She is also the eighth woman in the United States Auto Club’s history to win a feature race. And she is the youngest female to ever win a USAC main event.
She gets the whole “Danica Patrick” thing a lot. Patrick is a 25-year-old Indy Racing League driver. Mockler is quick to point out that not all racing is the same and that she hopes to take the NASCAR track. But one thing between them is the same, “When you put on the helmet, you’re just another racer.”

Sunday, May 3, 2009

Saturday, May 2, 2009

Switched many jobs? Easy CV and interview tips

Switched many jobs? Easy CV and interview tips
simple tips while writing your CV
Focus on your skills
Write about your achievements
Mention your qualifications
Use words with greater impact.
Last jobs on last page
Acing the interview:-
Why have you switched so many jobs?
What will you do if you get another job offer with a higher salary?
What does growth mean to you?
Do you get bored of repetitive work?

Friday, May 1, 2009

Movies, Masala, Masti

Priyamani with Prince? (indiaglitz)

Kareena Kapoor

Kareena Kapoor sizzles as ELLE's cover girl for May

Trisha celebrated her 26th birthday (on May 4)

Shilpa Shetty on a safari


Beauty Britney is pure Fantasy


Halle Berry
Always looking her Berry best ... actress Halle

Priyanka Chopra

Coming soon: 750 weeks celebrations of DDLJ; Dilwale Trophy Le Jayenge! (spicezee)

Barbara Mori
Barbara Mori Back as Hrithik Guest!! (magnamags)

Kangana Ranaut

Kangana Ranaut
Kangana Ranaut to go international in a flick with Mathew Perry (spicezee)

Sizzling ... Jennifer Dooley at Ricky Hatton's pool party

Dev-Freida's kiss nominated for MTV awards (buzz18)