Kareena Kapoor Khan and Anushka Sharma’s travel outfits ooze easy-breezy vibes

Kareena Kapoor Khan and Anushka Sharma’s travel outfits ooze easy-breezy vibes

Kareena Kapoor Khan and Anushka Sharma’s travel outfits ooze easy-breezy vibes Kareena Kapoor Khan looked radiant in a red Dhruv Kapoor jumper, while Anushka Sharma aced her fashion game in a dark blue button-down maxi with tropical prints on it. Kareena Kapoor Khan has been setting major travel style goals for a while now. One thing that is evident from her numerous appearances is that the Bollywood beauty likes to keep it comfortable while travelling, unlike some actors who dress up for the paparazzi. We understand that it’s hard for the stars…

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You can easily wear Sonam Kapoor and Ileana D’Cruz’s travel outfits on a date night

You can easily wear Sonam Kapoor and Ileana D’Cruz’s travel outfits on a date night

You can easily wear Sonam Kapoor and Ileana D’Cruz’s travel outfits on a date night We are loving how Sonam Kapoor and Ileana D’Cruz are capitalising on their X factor and using their talent for mixing high and low fashion. Sonam Kapoor : Stars are under a constant pressure to dress up well but there are hardly a few celebs who seem to get it right at most times. Sonam Kapoor is one of them and joining her as a strong contender is Ileana D’Cruz. Both these Bollywood beauties were recently spotted at…

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Richard Dawkins slams Islam as ‘most evil religion,’ then Trump for travel ban rhetoric

Richard Dawkins slams Islam as a most evil religion,a then Trump for travel ban rhetoric

Richard Dawkins slams Islam as ‘most evil religion,’ then Trump for travel ban rhetoric Author: ‘Individual Muslims suffer more from Islam than anyone else’ Author Richard Dawkins told an audience last week that Islam is the “most evil” religion in the world while scolding President Donald Trump for his anti-terror rhetoric. Attendees at this year’s Cheltenham Science Festival in Gloucestershire, England, received more than a lecture on evolution during Mr. Dawkins’ prepared remarks. The biologist, on hand Sunday for the June 6-11 event, said it would be a mistake to…

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Stanford Scientists Observe Man Travel ‘Outside His Body’ & Into Space – What He Saw Was Remarkable

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Stanford Scientists Observe Man Travel ‘Outside His Body’ & Into Space – What He Saw Was Remarkable It was more than four decades ago when NASA’s Pioneer 10 spacecraft was launched into space. For the first time ever, our world was able to witness the very first spacecraft to fly directly through the asteroid belt and make observations of Jupiter, the biggest planet in our solar system. Before this happened, the CIA and NSA, in conjunction with Stanford University, were involved in what was called “Remote Viewing.” Remote viewing can be…

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Researcher Believes Time Travel Is Possible With His Mathematical Equation Using Curved Space-Time

Researcher Believes Time Travel Is Possible With His Mathematical Equation Using Curved Space-Time

Researcher Believes Time Travel Is Possible With His Mathematical Equation Using Curved Space-Time After some serious number crunching, a UBC researcher has come up with a mathematical model for a viable time machine. Ben Tippett, a mathematics and physics instructor at UBC’s Okanagan campus, recently published a study about the feasibility of time travel. Tippett, whose field of expertise is Einstein’s theory of general relativity, studies black holes and science fiction when he’s not teaching. Using math and physics, he has created a formula that describes a method for time…

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China to mine asteroids for platinum worth TRILLIONS and use them for interstellar travel

China to mine asteroids for platinum worth TRILLIONS and use them for interstellar travel

China to mine asteroids for platinum worth TRILLIONS and use them for interstellar travel CHINA has said it will begin mining asteroids “in the near future” in a move which will also benefit interstellar space travel. An artist’s impression of asteroid mining China : Chief commander and designer of the Chinese Lunar Exploration Program, Ye Peijian, said that the east Asian country will mine asteroids for the likes of palladium and platinum.Many asteroids are rich in the mineral platinum, which is growing more and more scarce here on Earth. Platinum…

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Time travel POSSIBLE? Black holes could be key to cheating Einstein’s theory, expert says

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Time travel POSSIBLE Black holes could be key to cheating Einstein’s theory, expert says TIME travel is possible through black holes but it would take a “cunning idea” to achieve the much sort after feat, according to a physicist.   Black holes could be the key to time travel As the distinction between time and space surrounding a black hole becomes almost indistinguishable, experts believe that the mysterious entities could be the key to time travel. However, there are a lot of mitigating factors. The main issue is that anything…

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Michael Jackson’s face ‘found’ in ancient statue sparking claims it proves time travel

Michael Jackson’s face ‘found’ in ancient statue sparking claims it proves time travel

Michael Jackson’s face ‘found’ in ancient statue sparking claims it proves time travel Michael : AN EXTRAORDINARY painting and statue that appear to resemble the late King of Pop Michael Jackson have been hailed as possible proof of time travel. Michael : The claims were made by YouTube channel Fact5, which highlighted a mysterious old painting which appears to have the face of Jackson.Portrait of a Young Man by Barent Fabritius, which hangs in the Städelsches Kunstinstitut in Frankfurt, Germany, was painted in the 1600s.It is said to look uncannily…

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Kangana Ranaut’s last word on nepotism: Don’t reject people because they can’t speak English, travel in rickshaw

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Kangana Ranaut’s last word on nepotism: Don’t reject people because they can’t speak English, travel in rickshaw Kangana Ranaut said people should not be rejected on the basis of their limitations with a language, and they should not be considered ‘uncool.’ Just when everyone thought that there’s been enough debate on nepotism, with a few from the industry even claiming that it is nothing but the new ‘it’ word of Bollywood, actor Kangana Ranaut – who started it all – has again reignited the discussion. However, instead of charging one particular…

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Once Urgent For National Security, Trump’s Travel Ban Took Over A Month To Overhaul

Once Urgent For National Security, Trump’s Travel Ban Took Over A Month To Overhaul

Once Urgent For National Security, Trump’s Travel Ban Took Over A Month To Overhaul Urgent : When President Donald Trump first issued his ban on refugees and certain foreign travelers from predominantly Muslim nations in late January, he argued the policy was so essential for national security that he couldn’t give the country a warning before signing it. Many members of his own administration and fellow Republicans on Capitol Hill didn’t even get to weigh in beforehand. But since a federal judge put a freeze on Trump’s first executive order…

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Travel ban throws research, academic exchange into turmoil

Travel ban throws research, academic exchange into turmoil

Travel ban throws research, academic exchange into turmoil 1 / 2 Iranian-born bioengineer researcher Nima Enayati works on a robotic surgery machine during an interview with the Associated Press at the Polytechnic University of Milan, Italy, Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2017. An Iranian researcher at Milan’s Polytechnic University, Enayati was refused check-in Monday at Milan’s Malpensa Airport for his U.S.-bound flight on Turkish Airlines after the Trump administration’s executive order came down. (AP Photo/Luca Bruno) Travel : BOSTON (AP) — Universities across the nation say President Donald Trump’s ban on travelers…

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