Articles by ambrosia sabrina
- Oscars 2012 Red Carpet: Emma Stone's Fuschia Fabulousness vs Kidman's 2007 Red Gown (PHOTO)
February 26 2012 11:21 PM
Give us your thoughts on Stone's and Kidman's dresses. Who do you think wore it better?
- Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s Beti B: Picture of Mother and Baby Leaked; Is it Genuine or Fake? [PHOTO]
February 26 2012 2:13 AM
The buzz surrounding Bollywood star Aishwarya Rai and her bundle of joy, A.K.A Beti B, have gained considerable momentum especially after an image of the mother-daughter duo leaked onto Twitter.
- iPhone 5: Is Apple Readying a Micro Dock Connector for Future iPhones?
February 24 2012 6:31 AM
According to reports, a redesigned docking connector would allow for faster bandwidth speeds and improve the device's sync capabilities. As thrilling as it may seem to be, the downside is that a change in the dock connector may require users to buy adaptors for the devices. Apple, in keeping in-line with its don't tell policy has not commented on the reports so far.
- Kofi Annan Appointed as Special Envoy: New Hope for Syria?
February 24 2012 2:35 AM
Gowan also added to the news service that Despite Annan's personal profile, the key to successful mediation is for him to have genuine political support from across the international system. If the Russians and Chinese don't give him sufficient support, Assad and his supporters are likely to refuse to talk seriously.
- French Journalist, Wounded in Homs' Bombardment, Appeals for Urgent Evacuation [VIDEO]
February 23 2012 10:55 PM
Syria and other war-torn nations have seen an increasing number of experienced correspondents willing to risk their lives to tell tales of terror. According to a research conducted by the Committee to Protect Journalists, nearly nine out of every ten reporters are killed worldwide while on assignment.
- Somali Children as Human Shields in Combat, Abused and Forced into Marriage: Rights Group
February 22 2012 7:05 AM
Somalia is not the only country known for inflicting such horror on children. During a period of intensified Palestinian–Israeli violence that started in 2000, gunmen surrounded themselves with children while shooting on Israeli forces. Various other reports have also suggested that the Taliban used women and children from their own communities as human shields against coalition forces around the year 2006.
- iPad 3: Seven Key Points to Consider Before You Upgrade
February 21 2012 6:56 AM
Millions across the world are eagerly awaiting the arrival of Apple's iPad 3 which, according to reports, is looking at an early March release.
- London Fashion Week 2012: Salma Hayek, Rosie Huntington and Bollywood's Own Sonam Kapoor Steal the Spotlight (PHOTOS)
February 21 2012 12:27 AM
Far from the ramp, a very fresh faced Rosie Huntington-Whiteley talked about her love for Burberry: It's like working with family, Christopher [Bailey] is the best person I've ever met in my whole career and I love working with him, the model said in a statement on the Telegraph.
- Syria Unrest: Who Are Assad's Mercenary Thugs Raising Riot on the Streets of Damascus?
February 20 2012 7:12 AM
Recent reports have indicated that Assad’s once-unshakable grip on power might soon crumble, with the Syrian regime running out of funds to maintain the Shabiha militia. As a consequence, the group may turn its back on the regime, thereby leading Assad to lose control on the ground. The U.S has already imposed tough sanctions on Damascus in response to the crackdown, according to reports.
- Deadly Prison Riot Kills 44 in Mexico [PHOTOS]
February 20 2012 1:44 AM
The incident comes nearly a week after the deadly blaze in Honduras' prison that killed more than 350 inmates. Mexico's prisons are long known to be overcrowded and a majority of the inmates are usually gang members.
- iPad 3: The Apps Apple Might Unveil on March 7
February 19 2012 5:17 AM
While tech enthusiasts are eagerly waiting for Apple's upcoming iPad 3, officials at the Cupertino headquarters are apparently working hard on making the third generation tablet a stupefying success.
- North Korea Observes Kim Jong II's Birth Anniversary [PHOTOS and VIDEO]
February 17 2012 6:55 AM
Here’s a gallery of pictures and a video below, which show North Korea celebrating the late ruler’s 70th birthday on Thursday.
- NY Times Correspondent Anthony Shadid Dies in Syria While on Assignment
February 17 2012 2:01 AM
Anthony Shadid, a two-time Pulitzer Prize winner reporting for the New York Times, died Thursday in Syria. The American reporter, of Lebanese origin, leaves behind a wife and two children.
- Xi Jinping: Top Eight Facts About China's 'Next Political Leader'
February 16 2012 5:59 AM
Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping is eager to show the world that he has what it takes to lead the world's second-largest economy once he's elected as President. Jinping's official visit to Washington on Tuesday has catapulted him into the international spotlight, thus providing the first glimpse of the man most likely to be China's next leader.
- Captured Moments of China's Past and Present in Pictures
February 15 2012 7:53 AM
Have a look at China's then and now here in pictures.
- The Hunger Epidemic: 300 Children Die Every Hour From Malnutrition as World's Poor Cut Back on Food
February 15 2012 5:17 AM
Amid soaring food prices, a quarter of a billion parents are forced to cut back on food and stop sending their children to school, aid agency Save the Children said in a report.
- EU-China Summit to Discuss Debt Crisis, Airline Tax
February 14 2012 4:00 AM
The summit comes a day right after Moody's downgraded its ratings for Italy, Spain and Portugal, with a negative outlook for France, Britain and Austria.
- Operation Cobra Gold 2012: U.S. Marines Drink Cobra Blood and Eat Deadly Insects at Training Camp in Thailand [PHOTOS]
February 14 2012 1:03 AM
A series of gruesome photos showed U.S. Marines drinking cobra blood, eating insects and even beheading live chickens as part of a bizarre jungle survival course in Thailand, Daily Mail reported. According to Army.nil, the exercise program will end on Feb. 17.
- Porn and Politics in India: What Worries the Citizens?
February 09 2012 11:00 AM
Though sex scandals involving celebrities and sages are not new in India, yet the latest scandal involving three ministers watching porn in the legislative assembly comes as a stark revelation of the double standards of the politicians in the country.
- Syrian Bloodshed: What Strategy Options Can U.S. Follow?
February 08 2012 6:39 AM
We should start considering all options, including arming the opposition, said the 2008 presidential candidate. The bloodletting has got to stop, Republican Senator John McCain said in a statement on AFP.