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11 April 2018

70 years plus old actors in india

1.Dilip Kumar (DOB- December 11, 1922) – 95 Years
Dilip Kumar
Dilip Kumar

2.M.Karunanidhi (DOB- June 3, 1924) – 93 Years
M.Karunanidhi
M Karunanidhi

Dr. Shriram Lagoo (DOB- November 16, 1927) – 90 Years
Shriram Lagoo
Shriram Lagoo

Kaikala Satyanarayana (DOB- july 18, 1935) – 82 Years

Gulzar (DOB- August 18, 1929) – 88 Years
Gulzar
Gulzar

Lata Mangeshkar (DOB- September 28, 1929) – 88 Years
Lata Mangeshkar
Lata Mangeshkar


Asha Bhonsle (DOB- September 8, 1933) – 84 Years
Asha Bhonsle
Asha Bhonsle

Prem Chopra (DOB- September 23, 1935) – 82 Years
Prem Chopra
Prem Chopra

Kader Khan (DOB- October 22, 1935) – 82 Years
Kader Khan
Kader Khan

Salim Khan (24 November 1935) – 82 Years
Salim Khan
Salim Khan

Dharmendra (DOB – December 8, 1935) – 82 Years
Dharmendra
Dharmendra

Waheeda Rehman (DOB – May 14, 1936) – 81 Years
Waheeda Rehman
Waheeda Rehman

Shushma Seth (DOB- June 20, 1936) – 81 Years
Shushma Seth
Shushma Seth

Vyjayanthimala (DOB- August 13, 1936) – 81 Years
Vyjayanthimala
Vyjayanthimala

Manoj Kumar (DOB – July 24, 1937 ) – 80 Years
Manoj Kumar
Manoj Kumar

Girish Karnad (DOB – May 19, 1938) – 78 Years

Jagdeep (DOB – March 29, 1939) – 79 Years
Jagdeep
Jagdeep

Yesudas (Singer) (DOB- January 10, 1940)- 78 Years
Yesudas
Yesudas

Krishnam Raju (DOB- January 20,1940)- 78 years

Shubha Khote (DOB- 20 March, 1940)- 78 Years
Shubha Khote
Shubha Khote


Vikram Gokhale (DOB- October 30, 1940) – 77 Years
Vikram Gokhale
Vikram Gokhale

Asrani (DOB- January 1, 1941) – 77 Years
Asrani
Asrani

Sanjay Khan (DOB- January 3, 1941) – 77 Years
Sanjay Khan
Sanjay Khan

Jeetendra (DOB – April 7, 1942) – 76 Years
Jeetendra
Jeetendra

Tinu Anand (DOB- April 13, 1942) – 76 Years
Asha Parekh (DOB- October 2, 1942) – 75 Years
Amitabh Bachchan (DOB- October 11, 1942) – 75 Years
Krishna (DOB- May 31, 1943) – 74 Years
Tanuja Mukherjee alias Tanuja (DOB- September 23, 1943) – 74 Years
Saira Banu (DOB- August 23, 1944) – 73 Years
Parikshit Sahni (DOB- 3 September, 1944) – 73 Years
Kulbhushan Kharbanda (DOB- October 21, 1944) – 73 Years
Amol Palekar (DOB-November 24, 1944)- 73 Years
Sharmila Tagore (DOB- December 8, 1944) – 73 Years
Anjana Bhowmick (DOB – December 30, 1944) – 73 Years
Javed Akhtar (DOB – January 17, 1945) – 73 Years
Subhash Ghai (DOB- January 24, 1945)- 73 Years
Rajendra Gupta (DOB- February 22, 1945)- 73 Years
Surekha Sikri (DOB – April 19, 1945) – 73 Years
Mohan Joshi (DOB-September 4, 1945)- 72 Years
Rajshree (DOB-October 10, 1945)- 72 Years
Shekhar Kapoor (DOB-December 6, 1945)- 72 Years
Shatrughan Sinha (DOB- December 9, 1945) – 72 Years
Anju Mahendru (DOB – January 11, 1946) – 72 Years
Kabir Bedi (DOB- January 16, 1946) – 72 Years
Benjamin Gilani (DOB – March 20, 1946) – 72 Years
Sudhir Dalvi (DOB – April 6 , 1946) – 72 Years
S. P. Balasubrahmanyam (Dob – June 4, 1946) – 71 Years
Raza Murad (DOB- July 2, 1946) – 71 Years
Ranjeet (DOB- November 12, 1946) – 71 Years
Suresh Oberoi (DOB- December 17, 1946) – 71 Years
Anil Dhawan (DOB- January 8, 1947) – 71 Years
Randhir Kapoor (DOB- February 15, 1947) – 71 Years
Mahendra Sandhu (DOB- April 9, 1947) – 71 Years
Ashok Saraf (DOB- June 4, 1947) – 70 Years
Satish Shah (DOB – June 25, 1947) – 70 Years
Mohan Agashe (DOB- July 23, 1947) – 70 Years
Mumtaz (DOB- July, 31, 1947) – 70 Years
Raakhee Gulzar (DOB- August 15, 1947) – 70 Years
Simi Garewal (DOB- October 17, 1947) – 70 Years
Usha Uthup (DOB – November 7, 1947) – 70 Years
Vidya Sinha (DOB- November 15, 1947) – 70 Years
Danny Denzongpa (DOB- February 25, 1948) – 70 Years
Kiran Kumar (DOB- March 15, 1948) – 70 Years
Jaya Bhaduri Bachchan (DOB-April 9, 1948) – 70 Years
Babita (DOB-April 20, 1948) – 70 Years

10 April 2018

Actress Sri Reddy Leaked more photos with tollywood

Actress Sri Reddy Leaked more photo
Actress Sri Reddy Leaked more photo

Sri Reddy opened another sensation. A leaked photos of a celebrity of tollywood with him was leaked. Sride Reddy, who has been doing nothing for the filmmakers for the past few years, has been stepping forward in the Telugu film industry. Recently, the Hyderabad Film Chamber performed a semi-final presentation of Sri Reddy's all the horoscopes of a media company live interview interviewed on Tuesday, she gave her the photos to the media. But the channel has blown up the photos without looking at the person's face.

Actress Sri Reddy Leaked more photo
Actress Sri Reddy Leaked more photo

Actress Sri Reddy Leaked more photo
Actress Sri Reddy Leaked more photo


Actress Sri Reddy Leaked more photo
Actress Sri Reddy Leaked more photo
Sri Reddy opened another sensation. A leaked photos of a celebrity of tollywood with him was leaked. Sride Reddy, who has been doing nothing for the filmmakers for the past few years, has been stepping forward in the Telugu film industry. Recently, the Hyderabad Film Chamber performed a semi-final presentation of Sri Reddy's all the horoscopes of a media company live interview interviewed on Tuesday, she gave her the photos to the media. But the channel has blown up the photos without looking at the person's face.

Incredible Hotel Bathroom Central Park New York

Hotel Central Park, New York
Incredible Hotel Bathroom Central Park New York
The gorgeous wrought iron and glass enclosed shower at this eco-friendly hotel comes with a 5-minute hourglass timer to encourage guests to save water. A beautiful, roomy bathroom provides a lovely retreat to soak away your stress, prep for your day, or simply unwind. The best hotels know how enticing a gorgeous bathroom can be offering views from the tub, outdoor options, and stunning materials. Whether you want to take in the skyline at The Langham Chicago or soak next to hundreds of fish in an underwater bathroom in Dubai, we’ve found some of the most incredible hotel bathrooms in the world.

Travel To 10 Exotic Foreign Locations From Bangalore In A Budget Of Under Rs. 50,000

“The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.” ― Augustine of Hippo. Yes, most of us would agree, but with travel comes a bigger tension of a ‘budget’. As the holiday season is about to hit India, why not try these budget destinations from Bangalore in less than Rs 50,000. Jet, set, go!
If you are in a dilemma and want to know what to pack in a hurry, check this out.

Thailand
Thailand,Bangalore
Thailand


As tourism is an important economic resource of this country, Thailand is one of the highest visited countries in the world. A country of immaculate beauty and heritage, Thailand has something for every traveller. Be it hiking and kayaking or simply shopping and sightseeing, this country provides perfect entertainment for all ages and kinds.

Must Try- Lady-boys cabaret show, Muay Thai boxing.
Visa information- Visa on arrival for the Indian passport 
holders.
Tickets from Bangalore – starting approximately at Rs 10,000/per person one way in Tiger Airways, Thai Airways.

United Arab Emirates
United Arab Emirates,Bangalore
United Arab Emirates


If pictures of spectacular skylines of the New York City fascinates you, look no further than the United Arab Emirates. United Arab Emirates may not offer any majestic natural beauty, but the palatial architecture, flourishing malls, and the futuristic appeal of this country will compensate for it. Although originated from the Bedouin culture, the country has abundance of western entertainment to offer to its tourists. This tourist friendly country is a must visit for any traveller who loves the bling.

Must Try- Old Town Dubai/ Gold Souk
Visa- Apply prior to your travel.
Tickets from Bangalore– starting approximately Rs 8,000/per person one way in Indigo, Jet Airways, Etihad.

Indonesia
Indonesia,Bangalore
Indonesia


Think of an off-beat destination which offers endless adventures, Indonesia comes to our mind. Diversity is another name of Indonesia. Having 20,000 islands under its belt with more than 300 languages, Indonesia is a land of myriad adventures. Azure water, idyllic beaches, abundance of flora and fauna, and astonishing historical architecture make this place an impeccable fusion of a fun-filled holiday destination.

Must Try- Trekking, Massage.
Visa- Visa on arrival for the Indian passport holders
Tickets from Bangalore– starting approximately at Rs 21,000/per person one way in Thai Airways.

Turkey
Turkey,Bangalore
Turkey


Situated graciously between Europe and Asia, Turkey is an excellent amalgamation of the East and West. A store house of history, Turkey with its stunning landscape allures travellers from all across globe. Soak up the culture by visiting the historical monuments, taste the delicious Mediterranean cuisine, or immerse an evening in the Turkish music and dance, Turkey needs to be discovered by yourself to believe its enigmatic tales.

Must Try- Baklava (sweet), Dervish Dance Show
Visa- e-visa. Apply online
Tickets from Bangalore – starting approximately at Rs 21,000/per person one way in Air Arabia.

Vietnam
Vietnam,Bangalore
Vietnam


Although underplayed in the tourism sector, Vietnam’s timeless alleys, the colonial architecture, and the culinary grandeur are certainly worth experiencing. If you like to sweat it out, Vietnam offers exactly what you need. Biking, hiking, kite surfing are few of the adventures that Vietnam has in its platter. One of its kind, this country has a rustic setup with spectacular mountains, cascading fountains, mystic tiny villages, and splendid pagodas and on the other hand, cosmopolitan cities of Vietnam spoil you for choices when it comes to western entertainment.

Must Try- Vietnamese cuisine, River rafting.
Visa- Visa on arrival for the Indian passport holders
Tickets from Bangalore- starting approximately at Rs 10,000/per person one way in Tiger Airways, Thai Airways.

Malaysia
Malaysia,Bangalore
Malaysia


“Malaysia, truly Asia” slogan has lived up to its true spirit. The charm of the Asian hospitality and extravaganza of the Asian exotica can be experienced at its peak in Malaysia. The turquoise blue waters, sandy beaches, cosmopolitan cities, and the distinctive cuisine never seize to surprise any traveller.
Must Try– Island hopping on boat.
Visa- Visa needed before travelling.
Tickets from Bangalore – starting approximately at Rs 10,000/per person one way in Tiger Airways.

Singapore
Singapore,Bangalore
Singapore


‘The city of Gardens’ Singapore, claims to be one of the most tourist friendly cities in the world. If you have the bills, Singapore has the thrills. Exploring Singapore is more than visiting the posh malls and dining at the fancy restaurants. Discovering the Chinese tea stalls, to spending a day at the amusement park, to tasting satay at a local eating joint provides a unique experience of travelling.

Must Try- Chinese markets
Visa- Visa needed before travelling.
Tickets from Bangalore– starting approximately at Rs 10,000/per person one way in Tiger Airways.

Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka,Bangalore
Sri Lanka


This tiny island nation with its bucolic beauty attracts travellers from far and near. Jungle safari tours, the tropical beaches, lush green tea plantation, breath-taking train rides, and more than 2000 years of timeless history, Srilanka is a traveller’s paradise.

Must Try- Kuttu Paratha, Sri Lankan Folk show
Visa- e-visa
Tickets from Bangalore – starting approximately at Rs 5,600/per person one way in Spice Jet.

Maldives
Maldives,Bangalore
Maldives


The dazzling coral walls, lofty caves, and pristine beaches are the top three things of Maldives that urge any traveller to explore the country. Be it an ultra-luxurious resort, or a backpackers home stay, Maldives’ beauty captures every visitor’s heart.

Must Try- Deep Sea Diving
Visa- e-visa
Tickets from Bangalore– starting approximately at Rs 13,000/per person one way in Air India, Sri Lankan Airlines.

Hong Kong
Hong Kong,Bangalore
Hong Kong


The Vegas of the East, Hong Kong is an electrifying city of skyscrapers blended within the Chinese traditions will certainly please any one’s wanderlust. Hong Kong’s colonial connection and the Cantonese culture have produced a fantastic blend Western culture with that of the East. Gamble at night, cycle around the city during the day, Hong Kong has a different charm in every hour of the day.

Must Try– One of the Sky Bars
Visa- On arrival
Tickets from Bangalore– starting approximately at Rs 14,000/per person one way in Tiger Airways.

Darjeeling Hill Station Himalayan Railway

Darjeeling is a popular hill station in the state of West Bengal.At an average elevation of 2050 meters, it is located in the Lesser Himalayan range and provides beautiful views of the mighty Himalayas, especially Kanchenjunga – the world’s third highest mountain peak. Known for its scenic beauty, snow-clad 
Himalayas, and tea gardens, Darjeeling is frequented by tourists from all over the country as well as from around the world.Especially during the summers, the place is a preferred destination due to its pleasant weather.The history of modern Darjeeling dates back to the 19th century.
Darjeeling Himalayan Railway
Darjeeling Hill Station Himalayan Railway
Till then, the town was under the reign of the kings of the kingdom of Sikkim.During the British Raj, Darjeeling was a favoured destination due to its cool and temperate climate.It soon became popular among the British, who later, established schools and built buildings in the region.It became the summer capital of the Bengal Presidency in 1864.Tea was introduced in Darjeeling in 1856 and due to this, many British people settled here.Darjeeling tea, which is known all over the world for its unique flavour, is one of the main contributors to the town’s economy along with tourism.The scenic tea gardens add to the beauty and popularity of the quaint town.Tourists can choose to stay at some of the tea estates for a unique experience and to see how tea is manufactured.

The population of Darjeeling is quite diverse.The town is home to people from different communities like Gorkhas, Tibetans, Bengali, Chinese, Anglo-Indians, Biharis, and many indigenous ethnic groups. Darjeeling enjoys a languid lifestyle, which is why it attracts many tourists.The Toy Train is famous in Darjeeling and carries travellers from New Jalpaiguri/Siliguri to Darjeeling across the scenic landscape.A popular tourist attraction in Darjeeling is a jeep ride up to Tiger Hill to view the sun rising from the mighty Himalayas.The Ghoom 
Monastery, dating back to 1875, is the oldest monastery in Darjeeling and houses many rare and well preserved books.

The Tibetan Refugee Centre set up by the Dalai Lama is ideal for purchasing Tibetan handicrafts.Hiking and trekking in Darjeeling are also popular attractions among tourists, which are also covered in Darjeeling holiday packages, which can be bought by tourists visiting the hill station.The Japanese Peace Pagoda, which is part of a grid of around 30 pagodas, is known for its unique architecture.There are many old colonial buildings in Darjeeling, which add to the charm of the hill town.This, with the pagoda style architecture that defines Buddhist monasteries, gives Darjeeling a completely unique look.   


New Zealand City History

The history of New Zealand begins in 800A.D. The original inhabitants of New Zealand were the Moriori and the Maoris of Polynesian origin. Historians can only guess the reason for large-scale migration from Polynesia, old legends and stories point to widespread devastation in Hawaiki, which forced the migration to New Zealand.
history of New Zealand
New Zealand City
Maoris are fierce warriors who fought for land, revenge and whatever other reason they hit upon! Their famous war dance sent shivers down the opponent’s spine! Eating one's opponent was common practise - their strength passed onto you, and taking slaves was convenient. Farming came later as it was too cold for agriculture initially, but they had plenty of to eat and the poor Moa, a 3.7 metre tall flightless bird was hunted to extinction for its meat and feathers.


New Zealand City
New Zealand City



The Maoris evolved a culture based on tribes and sub-tribes with a hereditary hierarchical structure. Their villages were centred round the sacred grounds of the ancestors’ houses; their religion was based on various gods and linked closely with nature, and priests or tohunga were the only people who could communicate with the gods and also maintain the history of the tribes. They mastered woodcarving and made some of the most beautiful canoes, which are still preserved in museums. Jewellery made from jade was popular and the tribes wore fur cloaks, adorned with feathers.
New Zealand City
New Zealand City
The arrival of the Europeans in 1769 changed all that. Abel Tasman did sail along the west coast in 1642, but beat a hasty retreat when his crew was killed and devoured when they went ashore. Captain James Cook sailed around the island in 1769 and exploded the myth that New Zealand was the fabled vast southern land. He landed, made friendly contact with the Maoris with the help of a Tahitian interpreter, and claimed the entire island in the name of the British Crown. The Maoris didn’t know it but the colonization of New Zealand had begun.
New Zealand City
The first settlers were predictably those who had most to gain from coming over. They were the sealers and whalers who nearly killed off all the seals and whales. Firearms, once introduced, resulted in large-scale tribal wars in which a large number of Maoris were killed. Next came the missionaries and soon the Maoris found themselves losing their culture and traditions. Though by the mid 1800s cannibalism, diseases and inter-tribe warfare had abated, the arrival of hordes of settlers (‘Parekha’ to the Maoris), created tensions over land holdings.

In 1938 the Treaty of Waitangi was signed once Captain William Hobson was sent to NZ as the British Resident. This treaty between Maori chiefs and the British government granted the Maoris the rights, privileges and duties enjoyed by citizens of England in exchange for ceding their sovereignty to the English Crown. The Maoris could keep their land but only sell it to the Crown, which in turn would give it to the settlers. But as more settlers came and demand grew, tensions arose again. The British Government’s inability to mediate or pay the right price for the land inevitably resulted in revolt.

Maori Chief Hone Heke led the Maori Wars. He kept chopping down the British flag at Kororareka and eventually burnt down the whole town. Infuriated the British put a price of a hundred pounds on his head. Hone Heke responded by putting a price of a hundred pounds on the British Governor's head! Firearms finally won the day; the government confiscated lots of prime Maori land, and sold it privately - a trend that was to continue till the 1900s. The right to vote and sit in Parliament gave Maoris a political voice, and they actually started to train their leaders to handle their own affairs. Many young leaders in the Young Maori Party went on to press for greater education, health and standard of living for the Maoris. One of the most popular Maori leaders was Apirana Ngata, later Minister of Native Affairs who much to improve the lot of Maoris. Maoris assimilated with the foreigners but lost much of their own culture. In the 1970s and 80s, when Maori culture or Maoritanga revived, the Maoris began highlighting their problems and demanding compensation for land lost to the settlers. Awareness of Maori culture, history and traditions grew. Maoris all over NZ raised their grievances and took to the streets to demand their due. The Maori language was given prominence in schools; discrimination was banned under law. 

The Parliament passed the Treaty of Waitangi Act, and appointed a Waitangi Tribunal to investigate Maori claims against the British Crown. The NZ government approved a package of $1 billion to pay huge reparations to Maori tribes. It must be said that the Maoris in NZ were never treated with the brutality and contempt as were native peoples of other colonies. They were given the right to vote quite early on and their own representation in Parliament. Today, apart from a minority Maori demand for a separate homeland and the odd racists here and there, the Maoris and the Parekhas enjoy a healthy relationship. By 1856 NZ had become a self-governing British colony; by 1907 a dominion and by 1947 had gained independence. Sheep farming, meat exports, wool, dairy products were all exported to England and NZ prospered. NZ gave its women the right to vote in 1893, years before the US and Britain did.

 By 1862 the Maoris were given the right to vote. NZ participated in both the world wars as did Australia. It had one of the world's highest per capita income and a highly successful social welfare system. In addition to that, their products fetched a good price in the world markets. By the late 60s, NZ had more trade with the countries in the Asia-Pacific region than with Britain. It joined various anti-Communist forums and the South Pacific Forum on regional issues. NZ became a champion against nuclear testing in the region and even recalled its Ambassador to France in protest against French nuclear testing in the Pacific Region. (The French sank the Greenpeace ship ‘Rainbow Warrior’ in Auckland Harbour). NZ refuses entry to US nuclear equipped warships into the NZ waters and despite many problems has continued to stick to its anti-nuclear stand.

02 April 2018

V6 channel news anchor Radhika Reddy allegedly commits suicide in Hyderabad

V6 channel news anchor Radhika Reddy allegedly commits suicide in Hyderabad
V6 channel news anchor Radhika Reddy
A Telugu news channel anchor allegedly committed suicide on Sunday by jumping from the fifth floor of her residential building in Hyderabad’s Kukatpally area.
The police has recovered a suicide note from her handbag in which she allegedly stated that she was taking the extreme step due to depression. “Due to depression I am killing myself. Nobody else is the reason. My brain is my enemy,” she allegedly wrote in the suicide note.
The deceased was identified as Radhika Reddy, 36, a resident of Srivila Apartment in Moosapet. She worked as a news reader at V6 channel. The fall from the five-storey apartment instantly killed her, police said. She suffered a severe head injury, a leg fracture and multiple blunt injuries on the body, police added.
V6 channel news anchor Radhika Reddy allegedly commits suicide in Hyderabad
V6 channel news anchor Radhika Reddy

“After work she came home, and at around 10.40 pm yesterday she went to the top floor of the building and jumped,” Kukatapally Police Station Inspector V Prasanna Kumar told PTI. “She suffered multiple injuries and died on the spot,” he said.
Radhika has been living with her parents after she divorced her husband about six months ago. She is survived by her son Banu Teja Reddy who is mentally challenged. A Hyderabad-based journalist working for national news channel said Radhika returned home from work after reading the late evening news bulletin. Radhika’s father told local media that he heard a loud noise from outside at around 10.30 pm while he was waiting for his daughter to return. He later realised that she allegedly jumped from the top floor of the building.
The victim got married 12 years ago and had two children, but apparently owing to some dispute with her husband she was not staying with him, police said. Police ruled out any foul play behind the incident. A case was registered, they said.(source indianexpress)

19 March 2018

Why are some people Left Handed

Why are some people Left Handed
Left Handed celebrities
How and when do we develop left-handedness? Scientists may have an idea after studying genetic activity in the womb.
Why are some people Left Handed
Why are some people Left Handed

Is the brain responsible for determining our preferred hand in activities like writing and eating? The answer may come as a surprise.

Over the years, there have been several theories to understand "handedness" or why people develop a more efficient preference for either one of their hands, and in exceptionally rare instances, both of their hands. Ultrasound scans in the 1980s first showed that a preference of moving the left or the right hand develops in the womb as early as the eighth week of pregnancy. The sucking of the left or right thumb starts from the thirteenth week.

A team of scientists from the Netherlands, the UK, and China pursued a genetic analysis to identify what contributed to these left-right differences in the nervous system. Their study titled "Epigenetic regulation of lateralized fetal spinal gene expression underlies hemispheric asymmetries" was published on Feb 1, 2017, in the journal eLife.

The findings explained that our hand preference actually originates in the spinal cord, contradicting previous theories that the brain may be the main determinant. 

"Human foetuses already show considerable asymmetries in arm movements before the motor cortex is functionally linked to the spinal cord, making it more likely that spinal gene expression asymmetries form the molecular basis of handedness," the study stated.

The motor cortex of our brain sends signals to the spinal cord, which allows the movement of the arms and legs. But when observing fetal development in the womb, research acknowledged that the preference of hand was already decided before the motor cortex and the spinal cord were even connected. There were differences detected between the number of genes being expressed on the right or left side of the spinal cord in the eighth week.

"This seems logical since many nerve fibres cross over from one side to the other at the boundary between the hindbrain and spinal cord," explained Carolien de Kovel, lead author of the study and researcher at the Max Plank Institute for Psycholinguistics. "Around 85% of humans are right-handed; it seems the standard in human development but genetic and environmental factors may provide alternative paths of development, such as left-handedness or two-handedness."

The environmental influences may lead to enzymes bonding methyl groups to the DNA, which may affect and minimize the reading of the genes. "These results fundamentally change our understanding of the cause of hemispheric asymmetries," the authors stated.

Given that left-handed people only make up around 10% of the world population, right-handed people have always constituted the clear majority. History reveals to us that left-handedness was not accepted for a long time, considered evil and associated with the devil in some cultures. Even the word "sinister" was derived from the Latin word "sinistra" which originally meant "left".

While society may not be as harsh today, stigma still looms in certain parts of the world. Furthermore, experts have called for the inclusion of more left-handed participants in scientific research.(source msn)

14 March 2018

How many of know Sridevi first husband

Sridevi first husband,mitun
Sridevi first husband
During the 1980s, Mithun Chakraborty and her love affair were also there. After this on the set of  Rakesh Roshan’s Jaag Utha Insaan Sridevi fell in love with Mithun. It is said that Sridevi and Mithun Chakraborty had already secretly married, and after a while they told the press people. But after this, Sridevi did the second marriage with Boney Kapoor, who was the elder brother of film producer and actor Anil Kapoor. 
How many of know Sridevi first husband
How many of know Sridevi first husband

Scientist Stephen Hawking died

Professor Hawking's children, Lucy, Robert and Tim said in a statement that he had died at his home in Cambridge in the early hours of Wednesday.
Scientist Stephen Hawking has died
Scientist Stephen Hawking has died

They said: "We are deeply saddened that our beloved father passed away today.

"He was a great scientist and an extraordinary man whose work and legacy will live on for many years.

"His courage and persistence with his brilliance and humour inspired people across the world.

"He once said, 'It would not be much of a universe if it wasn't home to the people you love.'

"We will miss him forever."

They asked for privacy but added their thanks to "everyone who has been by Professor Hawking's side and supported him - throughout his life".

The world famous physicist and cosmologist was the subject of the 2014 film The Theory Of Everything, which starred Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones.

He also performed several cameos in the US comedy series The Big Bang Theory.

Hawking contracted motor neurone disease in 1963 and was given two years to live but he went on to study at Cambridge and became one of the most brilliant theoretical physicists since Albert Einstein.

He was given more than a dozen honorary degrees and was awarded the CBE in 1982.(source news.sky)

08 March 2018

Kaala movie dog cost two crores

It is a well-known fact that whatever Rajinikanth does, eventually becomes a brand. The next in line is the dog owned by Rajinikanth in Kaala. 
Kaala movie dog cost two crores


In an exclusive interview with Behindwoods, animal trainer Simon reveals that Mani (Kaala's dog) was asked for being auctioned. He said, "A lot of people asked for Mani to be auctioned. People from Malaysia offered to buy him for one crore or even two crores." (source imbd)
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