Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Prince William to Wed Kate Middleton by Next Year


LONDON  — The Royal wedding is on it’s way as Prince William has finally decleared that he is going to marry his girlfriend Kate Middleton. He has honored his late mother by giving his new fiance Kate Middleton the engagement ring that Prince Charles once gave to Princess Diana.
William proposed to his eight year old girlfriend Kate last month while the couple was on holiday in Kenya. Now he has informed the Royal family including the Queen and has even sought the permission of Miss Middleton’s father.
After the marriage, which is going to take place in mid 2011 in London, the couple will will live in north Wales, where Prince William will continue to serve with the Royal Air Force.
Surely it’s a great time for the Royal family now. We wish the new couple all the very best for their future.

No Nudity for Kristen Stewart in ‘Breaking Dawn’

LOS ANGELES   — There’s been enormous speculation about the love scenes between Robert Pattinson’s Edward Cullen and Kristen Stewart’s Bella Swan in “Breaking Dawn”. But unfortunately we are not going to see any parts of Stewart which we haven’t seen already.


Although at first it was speculated that the script of “Breaking Dawn” had Kristen practically naked in it, but the rumor soon died out as the director dumped the issue pointing out that the film will be a PG-13. So no nudity allowed. The much talked about scenes will be pictured “romantically” and will not promote anysort of nudity. So it seems that while Breaking Dawn will be the most sexualized film in the series, don’t expect Stewart to spend “a lot” of it naked.
What do you think? Feel free to share your thoughts!

Michael Douglas’ Ex-wife’s Lawsuit Thrown Out of Court


Diandra Luker could’nt pull up with her trick this time as the court didn’t accept her case to be valid.
The couple are already divorced in 2000, but still Diandra had demanded 40 per cent of the money Michael earned from his last movie, ‘Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps’, but Manhattan Supreme Court Judge Matthew Cooper ruled New York was not the correct venue for the action as the couple originally divorced in California.
Michael’s lawyer Marilyn Chinitz said,
He’s thrilled. This is the right decision. This action should have never been brought in the first place.
Well, Diandra has already benefited $6.3 million from the settlements which constituted films dating before the divorce, but what she claims now is she should receive money from ‘Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps’ as it has revived the character Gordon Gecko, played by the star in the original flick ‘Wall Street’ in 1987.
Her lawyer Nancy Chemtob said,
We respectfully disagree with the decision, and intend to appeal. Both parties are residents of New York, and the case should be decided here.
Michael, now lives with wife and co-actress Catherine Zeta Jones and is currently battling throat cancer.

Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez Spotted Holding Hands in Public!


ENCINO, CA — Well, here we go again. After the famous and much hyped public kissing session with tourmate Jasmine Villegas, Justin Bieber seems to have found a new girl. And this time she is none other than teen sensation Selena Gomez.
Both Bieber and Selena were seen enjoying frozen yogurt at Menchie’s in Encino, CA. Reportedly, Selena grabbed Justin’s hand to pull him out of the shop and held hands as they left. The duo enjoyed a great time laughing and joking around.
Although no comment has been made officially from any side regarding Bieber-Gomez relationship, Selena had earlier told the media that she and Justin are only “friends”.
But don’t worry. If the two should become anything more than frozen yogurt pals, we’ll let you know. Till then let us know what is your take on this news. Will Justin and Gomez make a good couple? Is this the birth of a new power couple?

Mizo Govt-HPC(D) negotiations to continue


AIZAWL, Nov 15 – Negotiations between Mizoram Government and Manipur-based Hmar People’s Convention –Democrats (HPC-D) would continue after the executive council of the outfit prepared its demands to solve the problems of the community, a senior Home Department official said here.
HPC-D, breakaway group of HPC, has been demanding a separate Hmar territorial council comprising the north eastern part of Mizoram adjoining Manipur.
The meeting, which was participated by Mizoram Home Secretary Lalmalsawma and a five-member HPC-D delegation led by its ‘army chief’ Roupia, was held here on Saturday. The talks were held in a cordial atmosphere and mutual understanding, an official said adding the outfit’s delegation left Aizawl yesterday to hold further talks with its top leadership.
The HPC-D delegation would soon get in touch with the government to fix the date for holding talks, he said. HPC has signed an agreement with the State Government to end six years of Hmar insurgency.
Official sources said the State Government and HPC-D agreed that operations by the State police and the Central forces against the outfit would not be launched for the next six months. – PTI

Recruitment of Constable in CPMF is being done as per MHA scheme: Maken


New Delhi, Nov.16 (ANI): Minister of State in the Ministry of Home Affairs Ajay Maken informed on Tuesday that recruitment of constable in Central Para Military Forces is being conducted as per scheme issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs, in which 60 percent of vacancies are being allotted amongst all States/Union Territories on the basis of population ratio.
"20 percent vacancies are allotted to border districts falling within the area of responsibility of Border Guarding Forces (BGFs) and 20 percent vacancies in Border Guarding Forces are allotted to the militancy affected area (J-K, North Eastern States and Naxal affected areas) as notified by the Government from time to time," Maken said in a written reply to a question in the Lok Sabha.
"In forces other then BGFs, 40 percent vacancies are allotted to militancy-affected areas (i.e. J-K, North Eastern States and Naxal affected areas). The recruitment in CPMFs is being conducted on a regular basis. Recruitment from border areas is also being made as per the provisions mentioned above," he added. (ANI)