Monday, November 1, 2010

Saw 3D slashes records to be No 1

Saw 3D slashes records to be No 1 LOS ANGELES: Saw 3D has topped the Halloween box office on both sides of the Atlantic - and also carved out a world record in the process.

The final instalment in the series - about psychokiller Jigsaw's legacy of bloody terror - took 24.2 million dollars in its opening weekend in US cinemas and £3.3million in ticket sales in Britain, according to studio Lionsgate.

And Saw has become the Guinness World Records' most successful horror franchise, receiving over seven million cinema admissions and

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Taiwan's Solar Powered Stadium For The Upcoming World Games

The newly constructed stadium in Taiwan is the world's largest solar powered stadium. It has been designed by Toyo Ito and this Stadium will generate 100% of its electricity using photovoltaic technology. The Stadium roof contains 8,884 solar panels and could generate 1.14 gigawatt hours of electricity every year, enough to power up to 80% of the surrounding neighborhood. The stadium can hold 55,000 people and is ready for the upcoming World Games. It took $150 million to finish the stadium.

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Walk on water (VIDEO)

Mother gives birth to Black & White twins

Shirley, 21, is from Grenadian descent. While Leo takes after her, daughter Hope looks like her father
A mother has no problem telling her newborn twins apart – because one was born black and the other white.

Shirley Wales, 21, who gave birth by caesarean section, was astonished when the midwife handed her her children. For while son Leo resembled his Grenadian mother, with dark skin, brown eyes and thick hair, her daughter Hope was the image of her father, with

Katrina Kaif at the Golden Temple in Amritsar

Brazil elects first female president

Brazil elects first female president SAO PAULO: A former Marxist guerrilla who was tortured and imprisoned during Brazil's long dictatorship was elected Sunday as president of Latin America's biggest nation, a country on an economic and political rise.

A statement from the Supreme Electoral Court, which oversees elections, said governing party candidate Dilma Rousseff won the election. When she takes office Jan. 1, she will be Brazil's first female leader.

With nearly 95 percent of the ballots counted, Rousseff had 55.6 percent compared to 44.4 percent for her centrist rival, Jose Serra, the

Plane lands on cars in Florida

Plane lands on cars in Florida WESLEY CHAPEL: Authorities in Tampa, Florida said a plane piloted by a student has crashed into two cars at a local airpark.

The media reported the student was attempting to take off in the single-engine plane Thursday afternoon when he had problems, landed and then hit two parked cars at Tampa North Aero Park.

Helicopter video showed the plane resting on top of the cars in the parking lot near a

Why Democracy is Necessary for Pakistan (Video)

Why ARE so many modern British career women converting to Islam?

Tony Blair’s sister-in-law announced her conversion to Islam last weekend. Journalist Lauren Booth embraced the faith after what she describes as a ‘holy experience’ in Iran.

She is just one of a growing number of modern British career women to do so. Here, writer EVE AHMED, who was raised as a Muslim before rejecting the faith, explores the reasons why.
Rejecting her faith: Writer Eve Ahmed was raised a Muslim
Rejecting her faith: Writer Eve Ahmed was raised a Muslim
Much of my childhood was spent trying to escape ­Islam.
Born in London to an English mother and a ­

Eating cabbage sprouts kills cancer cells: Scientists

Eating cabbage sprouts kills cancer cells: Scientists LONDON: Eating brussels sprouts and cabbage could help kill cancer cells when combined with traditional chemotherapy, according to new research by British scientists.

A study conducted by University of Leicester researchers and recently presented at the National Cancer Research Conference in Britain found that a naturally occurring compound in green leafy vegetables such as brussels sprouts and cabbage -- indole-3-carbinol (I3C) -- could be a powerful cancer fighter when used in

People faint at ‘127 Hours’ screening

People faint at ‘127 Hours’ screening LOS ANGELES: Danny Boyle, who shot to world fame on the back of the ‘rag to riches’ film, the Slumdog Millionaire could find himself on the wrong end of that fame.

This is after a number of people needed urgent medical treatment after watching the screening of his new movie, the 127 hours. The film is based on a real life story that involved an American who was trapped in a Canyon for nearly five days.

The character of Aron Ralston, who was the actual victim in that incident, is being played by the Spiderman fame James Franco. In a film, there is a scene where the

Bipasha Basu bags her first Hollywood project

After sizzling on Bollywood screen for almost a decade, dusky beauty Bipasha Basu has signed her first international project — English-French director Roland Joffé’s “Singularity”.
The 31-year-old is extremely excited and admits she does have butterflies in her stomach.
“I am very excited…but have to admit that I am also a little nervous. Everything happened really fast,” Bipasha told over phone from Mumbai.
Bipasha met Joffe in a chance encounter at the Taj Land’s End Hotel in Mumbai in September.
The $33 million movie, written by Ajey Jhankar, is a riveting tale of an impossible love set across two time periods and continents.
It is set in the backdrop of the First Anglo-Maratha War of the 18th century and revolves around four characters – a British officer in colonial India and the

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Happy Halloween

Halloween (or Hallowe'en) is an annual holiday observed on October 31, primarily in Canada, Ireland, and the United States. It has roots in the Celtic festival of Samhain and the Christian holiday All Saints' Day, but is today largely a secular celebration.

Common Halloween activities include trick-or-treating, wearing costumes and attending costume parties, carving jack-o'-lanterns, ghost tours, bonfires, apple bobbing, visiting haunted attractions, committing pranks, telling ghost stories or other frightening tales, and

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Sandra Bullock wants a new man in her life

 Oscar-winning actress Sandra Bullock is ready to fall in love once again following her recent divorce from husband Jesse James.

The 46-year-old actress, who split from James earlier this year amid claims that he had affairs with a string of women, is looking to move on to another relationship, Contactmusic reported.

"She's ready to move on. Her son Louis is eight months old now. She's adjusted to motherhood and to being single again. She wants to fall in love. But after Jesse, no bad boys need apply," a friend of the star claimed.

'The Blind Side' star, who adopted baby Louis as a

Angelina Jolie dismisses pregnancy rumours

A representative for actress Angelina Jolie has rubbished reports that she is expecting another baby with partner Brad Pitt.

America's Star magazine had reported that the couple, who raise six young children together, is preparing to welcome a new addition to the family.

It also said Jolie had been "flaunting a telltale bump" on the set of her new movie in Budapest, Hungary and Pitt had flown out to be by her side.

However, the actress' representative has dismissed it saying Jolie is

Black Eyed Peas hit with new plagiarism lawsuit

Hip-hop group Black Eyed Peas are facing their second plagiarism lawsuit this year as a Texas songwriter has claimed the band based their hit 'I Gotta Feeling' on one of his songs.

Bryan Pringle filed papers in federal court in Santa Ana, California on Thursday alleging the group based their chart-topping tune on his track 'Take a Dive', reported Contactmusic.

The musician says he copyrighted his single in 1998 and submitted demo material to Interscope Records, UMG Recordings and EMI over a period of 10 years. Pringle alleges that the

Manson beats Jackson to scariest video top spot

Rocker Marilyn Manson has beaten pop icon Michael Jackson to the top of a Halloween-related online poll to find the Scariest Music Video ever made.

Manson's 1999 promo for his cover of the 'Eurythmics' Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)' has been voted by the editors of as the most spooky one.

"When he (Manson) donned a ballerina costume and cut himself, rode a pig and convulsed uncontrollably in the video... he really freaked people out," said the website.

The video beat Jackson's 'Thriller' to the

I've locked the deal for a French film: Katrina

One of the Hindi film industry's most successful outsource stories, Katrina Kaif talks of moving in with sister Isabelle, playing the role of a vicious manipulator, and turning producer for a French film

"You can't escape change. You change, you grow older. I'm not the person I used to be when I came into the industry. I wouldn't say I've toughened. But I have lost my naivete. Having come from the modelling world, it took me a while to adjust to the demands of the film industry, and to the motion-picture camera.

I am not going to pretend I grew up on

Kangana walks bridal ramp

Actress Kangana Ranaut walked the ramp in a pink Victorian dress at the Aamby Valley India Bridal Week but the showstopper said she was against people spending excess money on opulent weddings.

"A wedding is about two people tying the knot...Not about others. I'm strictly against criminal wastage of money on weddings. We should avoid unnecessary people on the wedding. Instead we should give the money saved from that to charity and do good to someone else," Kangana told IANS.

The actress, known for serious roles like in "Gangster", "Fashion" and "Life In A Metro", walked the ramp as the showstopper for designers Anjalee and

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Are you 5 years old? Its enough to get sued in New York

Juliet was three months shy of 5. The judge says there’s no evidence a child of that age couldn’t appreciate “the danger of riding a bicycle into an elderly woman.”
Recently a judge said a 4 years old New Yorker is old enough to sue. A Manhattan judge refused earlier this month to toss out negligence claims against Juliet Breitman. The young girl including her mother and others are being sued by the estate of a woman who said she was badly hurt by the

World Pole Climbing Championships

Cricket Pakistan V.SSouth Africa Pakistan won by 1 wicket (with 1 ball remaining)

South Africa 286/8 (50 ov)
Pakistan 289/9 (49.5 ov)
Pakistan won by 1 wicket (with

Alexandria Mills Pictures For 2010 60th Miss World Competition

Sahara Indian sports awards in pictures

The Sahara India Sports awards 2010 held on Saturday In Mumbai. The nominees were shortlisted by 400 members of Sports Journalists Federation of India (SJFI). The final awardees selected by the eminent jury of 14 led by Sunil Gavaskar.

India's master batsman Sachin Tendulkar, boxing ace MC Mary Kom and wrestling superstar Sushil Kumar took the top honours at the Sahara India Sports Awards in