Sunday, November 30, 2014

World Oldest Couple Aged 211yrs Together Celebrate Birthday

Karam Chand celebrated reaching 109 on the same day his wife of nearly 90 years,Kartari, turned 102. The couple celebrated their birthdays with four generations of their family at their home in Bradford, West Yorkshire, on Sunday.

They claim to be the world's oldest married couple, tying the knot 89 years ago in December 1925 after meeting in India as teenagers. Their son Paul Chand said he was proud to see his parents celebrate almost a century of married life.

He said: 'It has been a special day for my family and for us all to be able to come together like this.
'Relatives have flown in from India to be with us. 'People are so impressed by my parents. They always ask me: "What do they eat? What are you feeding them and how do they stay so healthy?"

'I tell them, "If I knew that I would be eating the same thing myself!" 'Everybody asks how they keep healthy and my answer is that for the last 20 years we have given them a stress-free life.'

Mr Chand, who moved to the UK in 1965, has said in the past: 'Eat and drink what you want but in moderation. I have never held back from enjoying my life.' The retired mill worker smokes one cigarette a day before his evening meal and also drinks a tot of whiskey or brandy three to four times a week.

Wow! Lil Wayne gave daughter Reginae a Ferrari & BMW for her Birthday

reginae carter toya wright 16 bday

Reginae wore Jovani for her 1st dress! Here she is posing with her mum, Toya
Lil Wayne’s first daughter Reginae Carter turned 16 recently and her parents threw her an amazing star studded 16th birthday party on Saturday November 29th in Atlanta. Stars like T.I and Tiny, Nicki Minaj, Fantasia and many others were there. 
The cars!
reginae 16 bday cars

Your Mind Is The Engine Room Of Changes

FirstNations takes government to court over financial transparency law

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A group of First Nations protesters hold hands and dance in a circle during a demonstration in Surrey, B.C., in January 2013. (Darryl Dyck / THE CANADIAN PRESS)

Steve Rennie, The Canadian Press
The federal government is being taken to court over a law that requires First Nations to make public their financial information.

The Onion Lake Cree Nation, which straddles the Alberta-Saskatchewan border, filed a statement of claim Wednesday in the Edmonton offices of the Federal Court.

Onion Lake began its court case on the same day as the Aboriginal Affairs-imposed deadline for First Nations to post their financial documents on a public website.

"Because of the deadlines and the time frames, we decided enough is enough," Chief Wallace Fox told a news conference in Edmonton.

"On behalf of our people, the Cree people of the Onion Lake Cree Nation, the statement of claim was the last step in a long journey to get the federal government to sit and talk with the nations."

The Conservative government's First Nations Financial Transparency Act required First Nations to post audited financial statements and information about the salaries and expenses of chiefs and councillors on a public website by July 29.

More than 400 arrested as Ferguson protest spread to other US cities

Demonstrators take part in a 'mock trial' of Darren Wilson as they protest the decision of a grand jury regarding the death of Michael Brown in St. Louis, Missouri November 26, 2014. REUTERS-Lucas Jackson
Demonstrators take part in a 'mock trial' of Darren Wilson as they protest the decision of a grand jury regarding the death of Michael Brown in St. Louis, Missouri November 26, 2014.
National Guard troops and police aimed to head off a third night of violence on Wednesday in Ferguson, Missouri, as more than 400 people have been arrested in the St. Louis suburb and around the United States in unrest after a white policeman was cleared in the killing of an unarmed black teenager.

There have been protests in Boston, New York, Los Angeles, Dallas, Atlanta and other cities decrying Monday's grand jury decision not to indict officer Darren Wilson in the Aug. 9 shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown in a case that has touched off a debate about race relations in the United States.

Ferguson, a predominately black city, has been hit by two nights of rioting, looting and arson with some businesses burned to the ground, but authorities say an increased security presence on Tuesday night helped quell the violence.

Missouri Governor Jay Nixon has deployed about 2,200 National Guard troops in and around Ferguson. Police made 45 arrests in Ferguson in the Tuesday night protests, down from 61 in aftermath of Monday's grand jury decision.

Oldest person in Canada dies at 113

Merle Barwis, 111-years-old enjoys a birthday beer with family in Victoria, B.C. December 23, 2011. The Canadian Press
The Canadian Press
Canada’s oldest person who was known for celebrating her birthday with a cold beer has died just one month and one day shy of her 114th birthday.

Merle Barwis lived at The Priory residential care facility in Victoria, B.C., and held the oldest-person title for almost two years died Nov. 22.

Her grandson Terry Barwis, 65, a resident of the nearby community of Sooke, said she had few tips to share with her family about longevity.

“She said there’s nothing you can do about it,” he said. “If you’re old, you’re old. And if you’re young, you’re young.”

New Brunswick power outages from winter storm may take days to fix

CBC News
Some of the thousands of New Brunswickers who lost power during Wednesday night's snowstorm may be in the dark for days to come, says the public safety minister.

"NB Power has advised that tricky driving conditions are hampering their efforts to assess and repair the damage and it may be a few days before power is fully restored," Stephen Horsman said in a statement late Thursday afternoon.

It will take crews most of Thursday to assess the damage, the statement said.

​​More than 48,000 of NB Power's customers were knocked offline by the first major winter storm of the season in the Maritimes. The storm dumped 35 centimetres of snow on parts of the province — and Environment Canada says more is on the way.

Winnipeg Jets Wins Buffalo Sabres 2-1

Buffalo Sabres defenseman Tyson Strachan (24) battles for the puck with Winnipeg Jets left winger Adam Lowry (17) during the second period of an NHL hockey game Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2014, in Buffalo, N.Y. AP
 Nick Mendola
The Associated PressWinnipeg Jets goalie Ondrej Pavelec was ready for Buffalo’s third-period charge.

After a quiet 40 minutes, Pavelec made nine of his 19 saves in the final period as the Jets held on to beat the Sabres 2-1 on Wednesday night.

“Every time the game is like that, something’s coming,” Pavelec said. “It’s never like that for 60 minutes. The guys helped me in the first two periods, and it was up to me to help them in the third.”

Brian Little and Michael Frolik scored as the Jets built a 2-0 lead before Chris Stewart scored on a breakaway for Buffalo early in the third.

Pavelec’s best work came midway through the final period, when he made two saves on Matt Moulson during a 2-on-1. The late action was robust compared to the first two periods, when Buffalo barely made it into the Winnipeg zone.

“I was trying to stay in the game, doesn’t matter how,” Pavelec said. “Play the puck, go behind the net. We’ve been good defensively, so I was just focused on myself to stay in the game.”

For the Sabres, it was the end of their season-best, three-game winning streak.

Manitoba taking over FirstNations policing program

A polar bear welcomes you to the town of Churchill, Manitoba, Canada
Chinta PuxleyThe Canadian Press
Manitoba says it will fill a void left by the end of a federal band constables program by replacing front-line peace officers on dozens of reserves with better-trained safety officers.

Federal funding for the band constable program runs out in March and Public Safety Minister Steven Blaney has rejected any extension.

Manitoba’s governing NDP has criticized the decision as a “line of attack” on First Nations communities and on Wednesday introduced a bill to fund safety officers with an expanded mandate.

Attorney General James Allum said Ottawa is pulling out of the program but is leaving $1.4 million on the table. Manitoba has already dismissed the cash as insufficient and has decided to match that money and use it to pay the salaries of safety officers whose skills are tailored to the needs of individual First Nations communities.

According to UN ISIS gets up to $45m ransoms

The Islamic State group which controls a large swath of Syria and Iraq has received between $35 million and $45 million in ransom payments in the past year, a United Nations expert monitoring sanctions against al-Qaida said on Monday.

Yotsna Lalji told a meeting of the UN Security Council’s Counter-Terrorism Committee that an estimated $120 million in ransom was paid to terrorist groups between 2004 and 2012, The Times of India reports.

Kidnapping for ransom “continues to grow,” she said, as demonstrated by the money the extremist group calling itself the Islamic State has collected, between $35 million and $45 million in the past years.

She said in recent years that al-Qaida and its affiliates have made kidnapping “the core al-Qaida tactic for generating revenue.” She pointed to an October 2012 recording in which al-Qaida leader Ayman al-Zawahri incites militants worldwide to kidnap Westerners.

Photo | Dallas Nurse Free Of Ebola

Amber Vinson, the Dallas nurse who was being treated for Ebola, right, embraces Emory University Hospital epidemiologist Dr. Bruce Ribner, as she leaves a press conference after being discharged from the hospital in Atlanta

Ottawa | Federal Government Reaches Out To Thalidomide Victims

Thalidomide victim Mercedes Benegbi (2nd R) leave Parliament Hill after a news conference in support of NDP MP Libby Daviesí motion introduced on Monday calling for compensation for Thalidomide survivors November 25, 2014 in Ottawa. (Dave Chan For The Globe and Mail)
Thalidomide victim Mercedes Benegbi (2nd R) leave Parliament Hill after a news conference in support of NDP MP Libby Daviesí motion introduced on Monday calling for compensation for Thalidomide survivors November 25, 2014 in Ottawa. (Dave Chan For The Globe and Mail)

Federal Health Minister Rona Ambrose says she is prepared to meet with a group seeking long-term compensation for victims of the drug thalidomide.

For months, the Thalidomide Victims Association of Canada has been ‎seeking an audience with Ms. Ambrose – to no avail. On Tuesday the minister signalled a willingness to hear its request in person. “I have reached out to their organization, and I look forward to meeting with them and reviewing their proposal,” she told Parliament.

Now the group is holding out for a gesture of support from the government before agreeing to a sit-down. Advocates say they want the governing Conservatives to vote in favour of a motion up for debate Thursday calling for “full support” for survivors of thalidomide.

Nearly 100 victims, almost all in their early 50s, are still suffering the crippling effects of a federally approved drug their mothers took in the early 1960s, as detailed in The Globe and Mail.

Both the NDP, which has put up the motion for debate, and the Liberals, have already committed to backing it. Its fate now lies with the Tories, who hold a majority of seats in the Commons and can either defeat the parliamentary gesture or ensure its passage.

Wow! BlackBerry will pay iPhone customers up to $600 to switch phones

Sunil Lalvani, managing director of BlackBerry India, holds a newly launched BlackBerry passport smartphone at a function in New Delhi on September 29, 2014. AFP/Getty Images
David FriendThe Canadian Press
BlackBerry hopes a $600 incentive will convince iPhone users to swap their touchscreen Apple device for a keyboard-equipped BlackBerry Passport.

The Waterloo, Ont.,-based technology company plans to launch the holiday promotion in December, giving customers up to $400 of trade-in value, depending on which model of iPhone they have.

It’ll also offer those who switch up to an additional $200 through a prepaid credit card.

The deep discount is only available to North American customers who order through Amazon or Blackberry’s online store before Feb. 13.

BlackBerry (TSX:BB) is trying to claw its way back into the spotlight this holiday shopping season with a series of promotions that include a limited-edition Passport phone in red, a white model and alternative financing options for U.S. customers.

The company also plans to release another model, the BlackBerry Classic, an updated version of its popular older keyboard smartphones, on Dec. 17.

Incredible Success Story Of Young Man Goes From Homeless To Harvard

Pope Francis Prays In Istanbul Mosque In New Outreach

Pope Francis has taken part in a Muslim prayer alongside the Grand Mufti of Istanbul on the second leg of his three-day visit to Turkey. Francis stood on Saturday morning with his head bowed and hands clasped in front of him in a two minutes of silent prayer inside the 17th-century Sultan Ahmet mosque, aiming to show respect for Islam and encourage stronger ties between the two faiths.

"May God accept it," Rahmi Yaran, the Grand Mufti of Istanbul told the pope at the end of the prayer.

A group of school children waving Turkish and Vatican flags chanted "Long live Pope Francis" as the pope cheerfully left the mosque. More photos below.

Canada sending military medics to fight Ebola in Sierra Leone

A medical worker has his name written on a a suit before leaving the red zone at an Ebola treatment centre in Guinea on Nov. 19. Getty Images
The Canadian Press
Canada is sending a team of military medical specialists to Sierra Leone to help combat the spread of Ebola in that country.

The government says up to 40 Canadian Armed Forces health care and support staff will deploy to the West African country.

The military doctors, nurses, medics and support staff will be there for six months and will work alongside military medics from the United Kingdom at the Kerry Town Treatment Unit.

Their task will be to treat local and international healthcare workers who have been exposed to the deadly Ebola virus.

Canada had earlier said it was reluctant to send medical aid workers to West Africa until it had guarantees that it could get people home if they become infected.

Stunning Taraji P. Hensen Covers Pride Magazine December 2014 Issue

Taraji P. Hensen
The gorgeous actress slays in a blue dress and in the magazine she talks about sharing screen time with Idris Elba, considering herself a Hollywood’s D Lister, and why being a mother trumps everything.

Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada launched the Twitter handle

Torstar News Service

O Canada, we stand on guard — for your tweets!

Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada launched the Twitter handle @Canada on Wednesday and, with over 47,000 followers by about 8:30 p.m., it seemed to be a hit with the public.

The account sparked a host of responses online — many appreciative, some sarcastic.

Twitter user and media strategist Chris Boutet mocked @canada’s first tweet that announced “Canada’s now on Twitter, eh!’’

“Canada introduces itself to Twitter with the most tired cliché imaginable,’’ Boutet deadpanned.

But MissLaVodka enthused in a tweet: “@Canada always in my wee expat heart . . . now also in my Twitter feed.”

Billed as Canada’s voice to the world, the account is similar to the Twitter accounts of 11 other countries including Australia, Britain and South Africa.

Saturday, November 29, 2014

Excerpts! John Legend Covers Confidential Magazine

John Legend
Read excerpts from his interview below.

On whether he loved his wife, Chrissy Teigen since the moment they first met: “Not right away. I’m more cautious than that. I wasn’t like, ‘This is the woman I’m going to marry’ from day one. For me I’m the kind of person who needs to grow into that feeling. It was probably a couple of years in when I could already see us being together forever.”

On hit song “All of Me” being inspired by Chrissy: “The more you know someone, the more you’re inspired by your relationship. Also, I grew up just learning what it means to be in love with somebody… because I had never really been in love before. I guess you have to grow enough to be able to write that song with sincerity and authenticity.”

On his childhood: “I was a very precocious kid, so I was very thirsty for learning. I wanted to learn the piano. I wanted to study the encyclopedia. I wanted to do everything. I just wanted to soak up a lot of knowledge.”

Nick Cannon Fails Lie Detector Test after Being Asked If He Smashing Amber Rose

Egypt Court Dismisses Charges Against Former President Mubarak Accused of Corruption & Killing Hundreds

Merkel Meets With Egyptian President Mubarak
An Egyptian court on Saturday in Cairo dismissed charges against former President Hosni Mubarak for his involvement in the deaths of protesters during a 2011 uprising that ended his rule.

The Cairo Criminal Court also acquitted Mubarak’s Interior Minister, Habib al-Adly, and ex-security chiefs of the same charges.

The court cleared Mubarak, his sons, Alaa and Gamal, and a fugitive business tycoon of charges in a separate corruption case.

Presiding judge, Mahmoud al-Rasheedi, referring to Mubarak, said that “only history and God should be called on to issue judgment on someone who served as vice president and then president of Egypt for over 30 years.’’

Mubarak was already serving three years in prison in a separate corruption case.

The 86-year old is staying in an army hospital in southern Cairo due to frail health.

Prior to delivering the verdict, al-Rasheedi warned the audience in the courtroom that any reaction to the rulings would be considered an act of contempt for the court.

In 2011, Mubarak was jailed for life for failing to prevent the protester killings, becoming the first-ever Egyptian ruler to be tried and sent to prison.

In early 2013, the ruling was overturned and a retrial was ordered.

Photo Credit: Getty Images/Sean Gallup

Mother Who Kept Baby Five Days In Drainage Charged

Australian police say a newborn baby was found in a roadside drain after having been abandoned five days before. The child was found uninjured, but severely dehydrated. The mother has been charged with attempted murder. NSW Police/AP
The Associated Press
A 30-year-old Sydney mother has been charged with trying to kill her newborn son by abandoning him in a roadside drain for five days before passers-by heard his cries, police said Monday.

The week-old baby was in serious but stable condition in Westmead Children’s Hospital a day after cyclists found him in a 2.5-meter (8-foot) deep drain beside the M7 Motorway in the suburb of Quakers Hill, police said in a statement.

He was malnourished and dehydrated but had no apparent physical injury, police have said.

His mother, Saifale Nai, did not appear in court to answer the attempted murder charge. Her lawyer did not enter a plea and the magistrate formally refused her bail.

Nai will remain in custody until her next court appearance on Friday. She would face a potential maximum sentence of 25 years in prison if convicted.

Mother Files Lawsuit Against Her 9yr old Daughter For Attacking Younger Sister

A woman in Indianapolis is being highly criticized by other parents after she called the police on her 9 year old daughter for punching her 6 year old younger sister in the head. She didn't just call the police, she filed charges against her own child. (the home where it happened)

The mother, Andrea Stumpf, who filmed the attack and showed it to the police as evidence when they came to her home said she filed charges to teach the little girl a lesson that violence is not the answer.

According to Fox 59, the 9 year old was arrested and charged with battery last weekend. The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department spokesman later said the police officer made the decision to arrest the girl and book her because the mother insisted but talked about the significance of keeping children out of the criminal justice system if possible.
“We know that the younger kids get involved in the juvenile justice system, the more likely they are to keep getting involved with the system."

Millions In Tunisia Vote In First Free Election

Millions of Tunisians are casting their ballots to directly elect their president for the first time since the revolution four years ago that swept away longtime leader, Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, Al Jazeera reports.

Sunday’s election will be a closely fought contest among stalwarts of the deposed regime, members of the once-outlawed parties, as well as a new breed of politicians that has emerged since the 2011 revolution.

Early voter turnout after the opening of the polling stations at 8am local time (07:00 GMT) was low, especially among the young.

Al Jazeera visited a polling centre at 18 Rue de L’Inde in Lafayette district in downtown Tunis, where the voting process was progressing smoothly.

Is This Life! Meet the world's largest family with 181 members

Ziona Chana hasa has 39 wives, 94 children, 14 daughters-in-law and 33 grandchildren. They all live with him in his hotel-like 100-room, four-story house perched among the hills of Baktwang village in the Indian state of Mizoram. One year, he married ten wives. Two of them sisters. His 39 wives say they are blessed to have him and take turns to share his bed.
It takes 30 whole chickens, peel 132lb of potatoes and boil up to 220lb of rice to make dinner for this family.

Disgusting! 20-Year Old Who Slept With Pregnant GF’s Two Sisters BoastsTo Her About It

A 20-year old man, Jordan Jackson, has boasted to his pregnant girlfriend about how he slept with her two sisters, 25 and 18 not considering how she feels. Victoria 22, said she received the news with shock and was heartbroken because of how a man she loved, and most importantly her sisters betrayed her.

Shortly after Jordan boastfully broke the news to her, he went ahead to pin her down by the throat and was about attacking her, before she narrowly escaped. Victoria explained how it all started in court as Jackson was sentenced to 9 months imprisonment for trying to harm a pregnant woman.

“We were happy together and at first Jordan was great. “But he started becoming really jealous and was always checking my Facebook. “On the night of July 25, he started accusing me of sleeping with someone who is no more than an old friend.

The global cost of obesity has risen to $2 trillion annually, according to a McKinsey report

The global cost of obesity has risen to $2 trillion annually, according to a McKinsey report. 
Danica KirkaThe Associated Press
The global cost of obesity has risen to $2 trillion annually — nearly as much as smoking or the combined impact of armed violence, war and terrorism, according to a new report released Thursday.

The McKinsey Global Institute consulting firm’s report focused on the economics of obesity, putting it among the top three social programs generated by human beings. It puts its impact at 2.8 per cent of global gross domestic product.

“Obesity isn’t just a health issue,” one of the report’s authors, Richard Dobbs, said in a podcast. “But it’s a major economic and business challenge.”

The company says 2.1 billion people — about 30 per cent of the global population— are overweight or obese and that about 15 per cent of health care costs in developed economies are driven by it.

Ebola Death Toll In Sierra Leone Rebounds

A child, center, stands underneath a signboard reading 'Police order quarantined home unauthorised should keep off' as a family home is placed under quarantine due to the Ebola virus in Port Loko, Sierra Leone, Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014. U.S. authorities said Wednesday that everyone traveling into the U.S. from Ebola-stricken nations will be monitored for symptoms for 21 days. That includes returning American aid workers, federal health employees and journalists, as well as West African travelers | AP
The toll in the Ebola epidemic has risen to 5,420 deaths out of 15,145 cases in eight countries, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Wednesday, with transmission of the deadly virus still "intense and widespread" in Sierra Leone.

The figures, through Nov. 16, represent a jump of 243 deaths and 732 cases since those issued last Friday, and cases continue to be under-reported, the WHO said in its latest update.

Sierra Leone, a former British colony, confirmed 533 new cases in the week to Nov. 16, it said, accounting for much of the increase. It also reported 63 deaths since last Friday.

"Much of this was driven by intense transmission in the country's west and north," the WHO said.

The capital Freetown, which accounted for 168 new confirmed cases, and nearby Port Loko were particularly hard-hit.

Eminem Raps About Giving Rihanna Head In New Music

In his new song, Shady XV, which was released yesterday, Eminem talked specifically about giving Rihanna head. He spits;
Still get along with this voice cause that's the monster
So do-si-do with a sociopath, everyone who knows me knows that
What they don't know is the fact Rihanna calls me Pinocchio, meh
She loves the way I lie
Sits on my face and waits for my nose to grow

Quebec | No charges against speeding officer involved in crash that killed 5yr old

The family of a five-year-old boy is considering its legal options upon learning that a police officer will not be charged after his unmarked cruiser slammed into their car, killing the child.

The boy died four days after an unmarked Surete du Quebec cruiser slammed into his father's car as it was making a left-hand turn on a residential street in Longeuil in February.

Investigators with Montreal Police, the force that took over the investigation, informed the family last week that the officer will not face charges, even though he was speeding at the time of the collision.

The officer was travelling 122 km/h right before the accident and tried to slam on the brakes, investigators told the boy's family. The cruiser hit the family's car at a speed of 90 km/h.
The speed limit on the street was 50 km/h.

The officer was not responding to a call or to an emergency, CTV Montreal's Maya Johnson reported Wednesday. The Crown does not have to give its reasoning when it decides not to lay charges.

The boy’s parents did not want to speak to the media on Wednesday. However, relatives said they are outraged, and believe that a civilian would have been charged in the case, Johnson reported.

The parents are considering hiring a lawyer to determine what legal recourse they may have.

The boy's aunt, Islande Belance, said the entire incident is "really unfair."

"Somebody just took his life," Belance said.

She recalled the boy as "an angel," who was "full of life."

Barcelona football stars get brand new cars from Audi

Barcelona football stars including Messi (above) Neymar, Suarez and other players collected brand new cars from German car manufacturer, Audi, at an event sponsored by Audi today.
 See more photos after cut

Harvard Study Shows Husbands Could be the No. 1 Roadblock To Women Success

ERIN ANDERSSEN | Globe and mail
The debate about why more women aren’t filling seats in the corporate boardroom has produced a spreadsheet of explanations. Women need to bridge the “confidence gap” in the workplace. They need more mentors. They pay a mommy penalty. And they still do most of the child-care and housework.

That last point – the role of expectations within a marriage and their potential career-downsizing effects – doesn’t get as much attention, even though what happens at home is impossible to separate from work. But a new study of Harvard MBA graduates suggests that Sheryl Sandberg’s most important advice for women comes halfway through her bestselling book, Lean In: “Make your partner a real partner.”

That is, don’t marry a man who thinks his career comes first.

For the study, published in Harvard Business review, the authors surveyed about 6,000 men and women between the ages of 26 and 67, most of them MBAs, the group that is the focus of findings. They found that while both genders tended to have the same career and family aspirations, how that actually played out in real life was very different.

For those graduates working full-time, men were more likely to be senior managers. This wasn’t because their female peers were “opting out” – only 11 per cent had left the workforce to care full-time for kids. In fact, 74 per cent of the Generation X women – the group most likely to have young children – were working full-time. And many of the stay-at-home group – especially those in the Baby Boomer group – reported to have taken up this role reluctantly after being sidelined into unfulfilling work, or, as one woman in her late-50s told the research team, after being “mommy-tracked” when she returned from maternity leave.

Football legend Pele perfectly recovering in hospital after kidney treatment

The doctors at the Brazilian hospital where Brazilian football legend Pele is being treated for kidney disease say his condition is improving. According to local media reports, the 74 year old has been in intensive care unit since Monday Nov. 24th because of a urinary infection he got after having surgery to remove kidney stones on November 13th. Doctors expect him to make a full recovery as he's currently breathing normally without any support.

Boxing | Mickey Rourke KO Vs. Elliot Seymour

Uganda | Baby Sitter who battered baby asks for forgiveness, explains why she did it

Speaking from Luzira prison, Jolly Tumuhiirwe told
“My dad in Kabale was very sick and my mom did not have any money. I asked my bosses for some money to send to my dad but they told me that I hadn’t made a month yet and my father was dying, so it kept on haunting me. That is the more reason I referred the anger to the baby but I’m sorry.

New Beats By Dre TV Commercial Ft. 2Chainz, Fabolous, Big Sean, Kyle And Kendall Jenner

Friday, November 28, 2014

See Wife Of Canadian Tycoon Turn From Black To White, May Be Its The Weather

This is former Cameroonian model Irene Major, now the wife of Canadian oil tycoon, Sam Malin and she's a proud skin bleacher. She shared her before and after photos with UK Daily Mail and told the paper the reasoning behind her bleaching;
"When my skin is lighter, I just feel prettier. It’s a taboo subject, and people get judgmental about it, but that’s how I feel.’ 
"A skin-lightening regime has been part of my life practically since birth. There are many different types of African skin — from dark charcoal to a lighter version — and you grow up knowing that the lighter ladies are the prettier ones. It’s just a fact.’ she said

Seems Kanye West stepping away from music

 There are rumours that West is turning his back on music. A source tells Page Six
"Kanye West is coming to the conclusion that there are bigger bucks in fashion than in music. After his next [collaboration] with Paul McCartney comes out, he’s going to step away from music and concentrate on clothing,"
"He got a $15 million signing bonus from Adidas, but his line has been pushed back four times because he hasn’t had enough time to work on it.”

This 12yrs Dude Nailed US National Anthem Before The Bears/Lions Game

UK Man Accused of Killing Kenya Girlfriend He Met on Facebook

Carl Singleton1

A 41-year-old British man, Carl Singleton, was on Sunday arrested on suspicion of murdering his 22-year-old Kenyan girlfriend, Peris Ashley Agumbi Mumtah, whom he met on Facebook. Daily Mail reports that Singleton flushed Mumtah’s diabetic medicine down the toilet.

ThumbsUp! Rich Chinese man builds free luxury flats for poor people in the town where he grew up

A 54 year old Chinese businessman Xiong Shuihua did something amazing for the community where he grew up in Xinyu, Southern China. He paid to bulldoze all the wooden huts in the area then spent millions replacing them with an estate of luxury flats for the residents.

In total, he housed 72 families to repay them for their kindness towards him while he was growing up. He's also giving villas costing about £4m pounds to another 18 families who were particularly kind to him. In addition, elderly and low paid residents will also be given three meals a day for free.

Outrageous! Florida man rapes and beats his 3 year old stepdaughter to death

A 19 year old Florida man Pascal Kaufmann (pictured above) has been arrested for allegedly raping and beating his 3 year old step-daughter to death, Charlie Brame died in hospital on Monday Nov. 24th. Police say she died from severe brain trauma & had signs of recent 'sexual & aggravated abuse'

According to Orlando Sentinel, the little girl was rushed to the hospital after Kaufmann reported she'd stopped moving at their home on Saturday November 22nd. When paramedics arrived at the home, the little girl was struggling to breathe, with bruises covering her back and head.

Kendall Jenner Ranked The Most “Social” Model

Kendall Jenner for Balmain Fall Looks for Sunday Times - bellanaija - September 2014002
In a list released by, Kendall, who is a first timer on the list and recorded a rocket boost to being one of the most note-worthy faces in modelling in 2014, ranked the No 1. model with the largest social media presence.

Although there have been many speculations that she may have bought her social media followers to seem like she is more social, she has a whopping 32 million followers on social media – 16 million followers on Instagram, 9 thousand followers on Twitter and 7 million fans/friends on Facebook; that might not think so.

Coming in a not-so-distant 2nd place is Tyra Banks with 20 million followers, 3rd is Miranda Kerr with 15 million, 4th is Adriana Lima with 11 million and 5th Cara Delevingne with 10 million.

Being her first time on the list, being the most present on social media is nothing to scuff at, we just hope 2015 is way better.

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Meet controversial child fashion star dubbed 'the most beautiful girl in the world'

9 year old Russian girl Kristina Pimenova is a very successful fashion model in her country, dubbed the 'the most beautiful girl in the world.' by the media in Russia.

Kristina, whose mother, Gilkeriya, is a former model and her father, Ruslan Pimenov, a retired footballer, started modeling at age 3 and has graced the covers of several high profile magazines and has already been the face of Roberto Cavalli, Dolce & Gabbana, Armani and Benetton, among others.

She has a lot of fans but her parents are now being criticized about how much she's being exposed at such ayoung age. They feel being a supermodel at age 9 is too much for young girl to cope with.

Model Kendra Wilkinson Opens Up About Sex with Hugh Hefner In Playboy Mansion

Model and former Playmate Kendra Wilkinson is giving us some insight to what actually happens in the house with Playboy owner, Hugh Hefner.

While talking to the “I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here” cameras, Kendra described how sleeping with Hugh – which usually lasted about 60 seconds – felt like a job, and she often had to be very, very drunk and under the influence of weed to get through it.

She stated “I was usually very very drunk doing those evenings, I tended not to care about much until the next day. I had to be very drunk or smoke lots of weed to survive those nights“. “At about the minute mark, I pulled away and it was done. It was like a job. Clock in, clock out. It’s not like I enjoyed having sex with him“. “I was usually very very drunk doing those evenings.

Kendra recounted how, at 18, she had no idea that sex was going to be part of the deal with Playboy and was just looking to have a good time. She also goes into details on how Hugh approached her to be hid girlfriend through a phone call. “Hef asked me to be one of his girlfriends and live in the mansion and I was like, ‘I don’t even know what that means, but hell, yeah! I’m there!’ I was living in this small-ass apartment… I was praying for anything to get me out of there“. “I just wanted to party. And I had a damn good time. It was so much fun,” Kendra, now 29, told TV presenter-model Melanie Sykes.

“I moved in and weeks went by and I didn’t know that sex was involved,” she said. “Because I knew nothing about Playboy. I had just graduated high school.”

We wonder what Hugh Hefner thinks about her statement, and if any of the other Playmates, old or new, feel the same way but are yet to speak up about it.

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Outrage in Hungary over Anti-Rape Campaign Video that Suggests Young Women Cause Rape

An anti-rape video campaign in Hungary has sparked outrage in the country because of its messages – both implied and overt – that young women who are flirtatious cause themselves to become rape victims.

The campaign was launched by Hungarian police authorities in Baranya County as part of efforts to raise awareness about rape, CNN reports.

The video campaign titled, “Selfie Klip” shows young women having fun at a club, and dancing flirtatiously with men. At the end of the video one of the women is shown being approached by a hooded man outside a nightclub. The woman is then shown lying on the ground after apparently being assaulted.

American wife to get $530million in UK biggest divorce payout

A judge in a London High Court ruled that the American wife of a British Tycoon be given $530m in a divorce payout. This is considered to be the biggest divorce settlement so far in British history.

The judge awarded Jamie Cooper-Hohn $493 million in cash and the rest in the form of a property in Connecticut and adjustments to her share of a pension.

A full judgment will be published in December, but the figures were cited during a court hearing yesterday November 27.