A female model and body builder of repute in Iran was arrested after she published revealing photos of herself online.“One of the female bodybuilders who recently published nude photographs on social networks has been arrested,” a news agency reported.
But in Iran, “nude” can refer to women who are not wearing headscarves or are showing parts of their arms and legs.She had previously been warned about posting selfies that were considered “unIslamic”.
The bodybuilder was sent to prison because she wasn’t able to post bail of 2 million rials ($82).
In a bizarre incident a BMW was traced by the British Police after it was lost in a parking garage by a concert-goes six months earlier.
In a remarkable incident well known Pakistani singer Atif Aslam. rescued a girl from being eve-teased during a live concert in Karachi on Saturday.Atif reportedly stopped his performance midway to admonish a man, who was allegedly harassing a female audience of his concert. He said, “”Tumne kabhi ladki nahi dekhi hai? Tumhari maa-behen bhi ho sakti hai yahaan par (Have you never seen a girl before? Your mother or sister could have been here as well).” He then requested security personnel to rescue the girl, who was then lifted on to the stage before being taken to a safe place.
The 26-year-old GlenDronach single malt whisky was bottled in 2012 to mark the opening of Trump International Golf Links in Aberdeenshire.Now a Canadian bidder paid 6,000 pounds ($7,334) (Around Rs 5 lakh) more than twice the estimated price to secure the bottle at the auction of rare whiskies in Glasgow, Scotland.
Arbab Khizer Hayat a 25-year old Pakistani weighing an incredible 960 lbs (435 kg) and measures 6 ft 3 inches in height has claimed that he is the strongest man in the world.Hayat consumes an incredible 10,000 calories in a day to maintain his massive frame and aspires to become a weightlifter. His daily diet is as voluminous as his body and consists of 36 eggs in breakfast, 7 lbs of meat, 5 litres of milk and a lots more. Surprisingly, despite his mammoth weight, Hayat says that he does not face any health issues.
An American thief who escaped the long arm of law for years despite committing grave thefts,at last got convicted for stealing a TV remote.Eric Bramwell, of Melrose Park, Chicago, was found guilty in November of burglary and has been jailed for 22 years for stealing a TV remote.The 35-year-old had entered the common area of an apartment building in the 100 block of Cross Street, in Wheaton, on August 2015, and the stole the universal remote.
In a stunning finding a miniature brain and a slightly developed skull with greasy hair was found in a teenager's ovaries while she underwent an appendix surgery. The incident happened in happened in Japan. Though cysts are found in ovaries, it is extremely rare to see brain like structures. Doctors are excited about the development and are engaging in further research.
Drinking aerated drinks is not good for health.This is a truth that is generally accepted.Drinking excess of Coca-Cola is thus not good for health. The amount of sugar & acid in a coke might make us unhealthy whenever we drink it. Not only coke but the sugar level in every drink is harmful to us. A 50 year old man George Prior conducted out an experiment of drinking ten cokes a day. A single coke contains 140 calories in it. So this guy used to intake 1400 calories a day along with other food & diet.
The sinking of the great ship Titanic way back in 1912, is still considered one of the greatest tragedies in history. 1500 people lost their lives following the catastrophe, which is generally considered to be a result of the ship ramming into a huge iceberg. But now a new documentary by an Irish journalist named Senan Molony has come out. It is claimed that the real reason for Titanic's tragic sinking was a fire in the ship's boiler room. Mr.
An employer in Iowa offered his employees a luxury cruise as an incentive as a reward for them after they helped the company meet its goals for the year. He offered the employees at a cabinet company are about to get a sunny reprieve from the winter doldrums, all thanks to the boss.All of the more than 800 employees of Bertch Cabinets in Waterloo will get a free trip to the Caribbean next month. The company announced the trip on its Facebook page.
In an example of engineering marvel China opened to traffic the world's highest bridge which hangs over 1,800 feet above Beipan River.The Beipanjiang Bridge, connects Guizhou and Yunnan provinces in the mountainous southwest, reduces travel time by as much as three-quarters. Beipanjing Bridge will be used mostly by automobiles, authorities said, adding that it is the second longest steel-trussed cable-stayed bridge and the 10th tallest bridge tower in the world.The 1,341-metre span cost over 1 billion yuan (USD 144 million - Rs 977 crore) to build.
To live hundred plus years is indeed a remarkable accomplishment particularly in our times.But this is what the Brazilian native Bernardo la Palla enjoys.He has good health and memory,though he was born way back in August 17, 1901.So far he has been in good physical condition and is among wits. From an early age Bernardo decided he wanted to live long and happily. Here are five foods that prolonged his life. Honey.Bernardo says that if you give up from sugar and sweetened food with honey, will live much longer.
Lucy, a dog in Ukraine was hit by a train and she was badly injured.And it was stuck on the train track for two days. In freezing cold, badly injured and terrified, all that was possible for it was to just sit there and wait for certain death to arrive. But it’s really what happened next that is incredibly touching. When another dog sensed the danger she was in, he decided to use his warmth and his strength to keep Lucy safe without any regard to his own safety.It is unimaginable that two animals can show this much regard for one another.
The capital of Denmark Copenhagen,has beaten Dutch city Amsterdam to become the world’s most bike-friendly city last year. What is pleasantly surprising is the fact that more people are now using bicycles to enter Copenhagen city than those by cars. An article on the World Economic Forum website quotes bi-annual Copenhagenize Index as revealing that 265,700 bikes entered Copenhagen in the last one year, while the number of cars entering the city in this period was 252,600.
Times have changed and technology is galloping.Solar power has immense possibilities and many of it is still unexplored.Now in a novel development,the world's first solar road has come up in the small village of Tourouvre-au-Perche in Normandy, France. The 1 kilometer road was opened yesterday by French Ecology Minister Ségolène Royal and could gen.It could generate enough electricity to power the street lights. That might not sound very impressive for 30,000 square feet of solar panels — and it kind of isn't, especially for its $5.2 million price tag.
In a development that should take the medical world to unforeseen dimensions.According to reports Italian neurosurgeon Sergio Canavero is planning to perform the first-ever head transplant in December 2017. He will put the head of a terminally ill, wheelchair-bound Russian citizen Valery Spiridonov (31) on an entirely new body. Spiridonov, a computer scientist, has Werdnig-Hoffman disease, a rare and incurable spinal muscular atrophy. As the disease is sure to kill him, Spiridonov sees the head transplant as his one shot to have a new body.
It is usually said that it is ideal for a woman to get pregnant under the age of 30. There are differing experiences on this matter though with many experts saying that there is nothing like a ‘right’ time to start a family.But it is a fact that it is better to conceive at a younger age. But now defying all odds a grandma became the first woman to give birth to a baby at the age of 100.
A towering christmas tree 73 metre in height has been unveiled in Sri Lanka. The tree built in capital Colombo, is 18 meters taller than the current record holder, organizers said yesterday. The tree’s steel-and-wire frame is covered with a plastic net decorated with more than 1 million natural pine cones painted red, gold, green and silver, 600,000 LED bulbs and topped by a 6-meter-tall (20-foot) shining star.The tree has cost USD 80,000. The Catholic Church criticized the tree as a “waste of money” and suggested that the funds better be spent on helping the poor.
Juan Pedro a Mexican is generally considered world's fattest man. He weighs a staggering 590 kilograms. His list of diseases seems endless. He has diabetes, high BP and chronic lung obstruction. If he is to live long, he has reduce his weight dramatically, his doctor Jose Castaneda Cruz has said. For this he will undergo a gastric bypass in the new year. Before the surgery Pedro will undergo two other procedures. "It's surgery that is going to be done in two parts. That is because of the high risk of complications he faces.
For the last 75 years,she has smoked more than 20 cigarettes a day. Also, every night before going to bed, she drank a glass of wine. Maisie Streng an old grandmother from Glasgow whose lifestyle differs from everything that doctors recommend. Despite this, she recently celebrated her 102 birthday. Interestingly she does not take any medication and has what experts call “unhealthy habits”. Maisie’s other obsession are bananas. She began to eat them at work, when faced deadlines and did not have a lot of time for lunch. Her quick meals were bananas, a habit stayed with her to this day.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has become the world's most powerful person for a fourth straight year in 2016.While the US president-elect Donald Trump is in the second place, Forbes magazine said Wednesday in its annual rankings."Russia's president has exerted his country's influence in nearly every corner of the globe," the US business magazine wrote.
Of late women are undergoing surgery to deliver baby.It is more due to their narrow pelvis size, say studies.C-section is the delivery of a baby through a surgical incision in the mother’s abdomen and uterus. “Women with a very narrow pelvis pass on their genes encoding for a narrow pelvis to their daughters,” Philipp Mitteroecker from the University of Vienna in Austria, was quoted as saying to bbc.com. The global rate of cases where the baby could not fit through the maternal birth canal have increased from 30 in 1,000 in the 1960s to 36 in 1,000 births.
Stories of incredible attachment between human beings and animals have often captured our attention.Now the moment when a dog said goodbye to her dying owner has been caught on camera and shared across social media.
Pakistan known for causing trouble across the world has some laws in that are so strange that if Indians go there they would end up being restricted to enter Pakistan forever.These are some weird laws of Pakistan which will make you feel lucky to be born in India.
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