Indian man married 14 women in two years


An Indian engineer has been charged with bigamy after wooing 14 women and marrying them in the space of just two and a half years.
The case has revealed the desperation of middle class Indian women in their quest for a high-status husband.

Most of Tushar Waghmare's wives were highly educated women who were so taken with his professional qualifications that they did not question his background.

Marriage is the most important assertion of status in India's rigidly hierarchical society, and is usually an alliance of compatible families more often than a love match between bride and groom.

Mr Waghmare, 40, an Air India engineer from Mumbai, found the women on Indian matrimonial websites, where he described himself as a divorcee looking for a high-caste Brahmin career woman.

Three of the women who replied and eventually married him were engineers themselves or architects. Police said Mr Waghmare had met all their families, who were so awed by his £900-a-month salary that they failed to question him.

Because he provided for them, they did not ask him any questions when he spent up to just three days with each of the women a month before saying he had to work away from home.

Detectives said he was eventually caught when his salary would not stretch to each of his 14 wives and they had to support him instead.

"None of the women or their parents ever thought of doing a background check on him as they would be impressed with his job profile," said a policeman.

 

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DO NOT EVER CHEAT ON YOUR WIFE


A wife took revenge on her husband after she discovered he was having an affair by making him stand in public with a sign saying 'I cheated'.

William Taylor stood shame-faced on a busy road with the large homemade sign draped round his neck saying: 'I cheated. This is my punishment.'

Taylor said his wife had come up with the humiliating punishment after she found out he had cheated on her. The wife, who has not been named, found evidence of his affair on his mobile phone.

aylor, of Centreville, Virginia, said his wife had wanted him to stand with the sign for a week. But after a couple of hours he received a call to say his punishment was over.

He told a local TV station in Virginia that he thought his wife was joking when she suggested the idea. 'I thought she was kidding, but she was serious,' he said. 'I figured I got to do what I got to do to makes things right. So here I am.'

Dozens of drivers honked their car horns as they saw Taylor standing forlornly on the busy junction during the morning rush hour.

 

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Why girls are better in finding jobs?

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MJ reincarnated as 'Michael Jackson' tiger in Malaysian zoo


Michael Jackson's new avatar is now living in a privately owned Malaysian zoo.

J. Siva Priyan, the caretaker and animal trainer of the zoo, has decided to name one of the five newborn tiger cubs after the late king of pop.

The zoo recently welcomed the five tiger cubs - two males and three females.

The Star Online quoted him as saying: 'I thought Michael Jackson would be a fitting name for one of the male cubs...for the rest, I have yet to decide.'

Priyan said the zoo was opened 16 years ago and had successfully bred over 50 tigers.

The trainer added that the latest brood was born after a successful mating between tigers Putra and Kasih, who had been at the zoo for more than a decade.

 

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Bra or Toolbox?

That's incredible

 

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People enjoy most in life


People would rather have a good pee than make love to their partner, new figures reveal.

A survey of what people enjoy most in life showed going to the loo came first with an astonishing 89 per cent saying it was their number one pleasure.

It was followed by a chat with friends, then a nice meal - with sex coming in a poor fourth with just 21 per cent in the quiz by Dutch pollsters.
People would rather have a good pee than make love to their partner, new figures reveal.

A survey of what people enjoy most in life showed going to the loo came first with an astonishing 89 per cent saying it was their number one pleasure.

It was followed by a chat with friends, then a nice meal - with sex coming in a poor fourth with just 21 per cent in the quiz by Dutch pollsters.

 

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15-year-old Bobby McHale awarded certificate for getting the bus


Bobby McHale, A teenager waiting to receive his GCSE results, was surprised to learn he had been awarded a certificate – for getting the bus. The 15 year-old was posted the award, titled "Using Public Transport (Unit 1)", by AQA, the exam board.

He was one of 920 11 to 15-year-olds on the council run Bury and Rochdale Activity Generation outdoor activities scheme, with about 300 getting a certificate. The award recognises Bobby's ability to walk to the local bus stop, stand or sit at a bus stop, wait for the arrival of a public bus and sit on the bus and observe through the windows.

Bobby, from Bury, Greater Manchester, who was not even aware he had sat the test, got the certificate in the post this summer after attending a three week holiday scheme run by Bury Youth Services. Some of his friends also received the qualification, although others, including his younger brother Joe, 13, did not. "Maybe he wasn't up to it," said Bobby. "It just seems really silly to me."



His father Andy, 44, said: "To be honest we are all a little bemused. "The Bury Youth Scheme is excellent and I can only suppose this comes from some box they have to tick in order to get funding.
"As part of it Bobby certainly travelled by bus. Maybe it's boosted his confidence because he was nominated as head boy. We think he may go far ... so long as he gets the 135!"

Barbara Lewis, Youth Support Services Manager in Bury, said: "The idea is that it's about teaching young people self reliance and emotional wellbeing through fun and challenging activities. We try to reward young people for their achievements and their social and personal development."




 

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Singing Pervez Musharraf hit on YouTube



Pervez Mushraff singing with Hamid ali khan, classical singer of Pakistan. Musharraf singing with hamid ali khan. watch this.

Pervez Musharraf becomes YouTube singing sensation
Pakistan's General Musharraf has talent a YouTube video clip of the ousted dictator has revealed.
The film which features the former president singing a duet with the Sufi singing maestro Ustad Hamid Ali Khan has become an internet sensation, especially in Pakistan where members of parliament are deciding whether he should face treason charges.

Despite facing arrest in Pakistan for illegally arresting the country's judges, and the threat of the death penalty for high treason, General Musharraf appears to be singing his blues away while in London where he has performed at a series of concerts.
n his latest appearance he harmonised with the Sufi master while leading the crowd of Pakistani exiles, including his former prime minister Shaukat Aziz, in a rousing chorus of the popular ghazal "Laage re tou re laage najar sayyain laage". As Musharraf took the lead, Khan shouted "wah wah" in appreciation.

General Musharraf surprised another London concert audience recently when he took to the stage to play the Tabla bongo drums after complaining that the featured drummer was not keeping good time. His performance on that occasion was witnessed by Lord Nazir Ahmed.

The video clip has taken his erstwhile subjects in Pakistan by surprise with websites flooded with comments from viewers who had thought the General was only proficient in border skirmishes, ousting democratic governments, and holding opponents under house arrest.

Now, they realise, their former dictator can also hold a tune. "I really like his taste in music Pervez Musharraf may or may not be the one leader who did the most good (or bad) for Pakistan. But he may well be the one who sings the best," said Adil Najam, who posted the clip.

 

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Men spend a year staring at women


Men spend almost a year of their lives ogling women, a survey claimed.

The average man will spend almost 43 minutes a day staring at 10 different women.

That adds up to 259 hours - almost 11 days - each year, making a total 11 months and 11 days between the ages of 18 and 50.

But researchers found that the males of the species are not the only ones admiring the opposite sex as women sneak a peek at six men for just over 20 minutes a day, on average.

That adds up to almost six months spent admiring men from afar between the ages of 18 and 50.

Mark Ireland, spokesman for Kodak Lens Vision Centres, which carried out the poll, said: "Men are renowned for looking at women but it's interesting to find out exactly how long they spend eyeing girls up.

"A year of their life is a long time to spend with their eyes fixed on the opposite sex.

"However, men have their work cut out if they are going to impress a woman as they spend half the amount of time gazing at guys."

The poll of 3,000 people revealed the supermarket as the location for the most ogling, followed by a pub and nightclub.

Women rely on the traditional "ogling hotspots" with pubs or bars their most popular locations.

But whilst the majority of men and women feel flattered at being gazed at, guys are more likely to enjoy it with 19 per cent saying it makes them feel happy, compared to just nine per cent of women.

Instead, 16 per cent of girls are just left feeling uncomfortable, while 20 per cent say it embarrasses them.

Over 40 per cent of women stated eyes as the first attraction whilst the same amount of men admitted their eyes were immediately drawn to a women's figure.

But more than half of Brits have also been left red-faced after being caught looking at someone.

A third have ended up arguing with their partner over their roving eye, with one in 10 have even split up with a partner because of it.

The staring has worked for some with 35 per cent of Brits saying they started a relationship with someone they eyed-up.

The study also found that more than a third of Brits would miss being able to admire the opposite sex if they couldn't see, whilst another 71 per cent would miss their partner's face.

And 61 per cent of people are worried about their eyesight fading.

Despite this, two thirds admit they don't prioritise the health of their eyes, and 38 per cent haven't had their eyes tested for over two years.

Top five spots men look at women: supermarket; pub/bar; nightclub; work; shops.

Top five places women look at men: pub/bar; shops; on public transport; supermarket; work.

 

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Miss China 2009

Chinese people are very creative when comes to fashion. Very soon Europe will adopt this fashion.




 

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DIY Helicopter

20 year old Chinese farmer Wu Zhongyuan built himself a helicopter using only — according to the man — what he remembers of middle school physics lessons and "relevant knowledge [found while] surfing the Internet via my mobile phone."




The cost to make this helicopter was around $1,600 and took three months to finish. The engine was from an old motorcycle and was reinforced using the steel pips and wood. Wu, who’s known to be a gadget lover in his home town, has no formal education and used what he learned in middle school to make the helicopter. But now he’s actually gotten in trouble with Chinese authorities because flying 2,600 feet into the air could cause airspace problems. Wu had a great quote when asked about the copter and why he wanted to develop it, “had this dream from childhood of not needing to climb mountains anymore. I wanted to go to school in my own flying machine.”



Wu, whose father pegs him as a gadget lover who would always take things apart, says that he "had this dream from childhood of not needing to climb mountains anymore. I wanted to go to school in my own flying machine."





Wu claims the 'copter can get him as high as 2,600 feet, though it seems he's grounded for the time being as the Chinese government has forbid him to fly because of safety reasons.

 

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How old do you think I am?


A Woman decides to have a facelift for her 50th birthday..

She spends $15,000 and feels pretty good about the results.

On her way home, she stops at a newsstand to buy a newspaper.

Before leaving, she says to the clerk, 'I hope you don't mind my asking, but how old do you think I am

'About 32,' is the reply.'

'Nope! I'm exactly 50,' the woman says happily.

A little while later she goes into McDonald's and asks the counter girl the very same question.

The girl replies, 'I'd guess about 29.'

The woman replies with a big smile, 'Nope, I'm 50.'

Now she's feeling really good about herself. She stops in a drug store on her way down the street.

She goes up to the counter to get some mints and asks the clerk this burning question.

The clerk responds, 'Oh, I'd say 30.'

Again she proudly responds, 'I'm 50, but thank you!'

While waiting for the bus to go home, she asks an old man waiting next to her the same question.

He replies, 'Lady, I'm 78 and my eyesight is going. Although, when I was young there was a sure-fire way to tell how old a woman was.

It sounds very forward, but it requires you to let me put my hands under your bra.

Then, and only then can I tell you EXACTLY how old you are.'

They wait in silence on the empty street until her curiosity gets the best of her.

She finally blurts out, 'What the hell, go ahead.'

He slips both of his hands under her blouse and begins to feel around very slowly and carefully.

He bounces and weighs each breast and he gently pinches each nipple.

He pushes her breasts together and rubs them against each other.

After a couple of minutes of this, she says, 'Okay, okay....How old am I?'

He completes one last squeeze of her breasts, removes his hands, and says, 'Madam, you are 50.'

Stunned and amazed, the woman says, 'That was incredible, how could you tell?'

The old man says, 'Promise you won't get mad?'

'I promise I won't' she says.

'I was behind you at McDonalds.

 

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Student Hannah gets first ever comedy degree


Hannah George is officially Britain's funniest woman - after becoming the first to get a degree in stand-up comedy.

The 21-year-old graduated from Southampton Solent University, the only one in the world offering such a course. She said: "Comedy is an art form so studying it makes sense."

The course includes the history of comedy, scriptwriting plus morality and ethics within comedy.
Hannah, from Ventnor, Isle of Wight, added: "It shows women can compete with the guys when it comes to comedy."

The part-time barmaid, whose brother Tom is on the same course, will use her degree to try to break into showbiz.

Course leader Dr Chris Richie, a former stand-up himself, said: "Hannah is a great advert for women in comedy and thoroughly deserves her degree."

Here are two of Hannah's gags:

"The Isle of Wight has one of the highest teenage pregnancy rates.

"I'm 21 - in my home town I'm considered barren."

"My mum told me, 'Hannah, you were never going to have large breasts because I've small ones.' But then I think, 'Hang on, Dad's are massive'."

 

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JOY OF TEXT MESSAGES AS STUDENT GETS PHD


CLEVER Caroline Tagg has become the first person in Britain to get a degree in text messaging.

The 33-year-old student was awarded a PhD in English from Birmingham University for her 80,000-word thesis on the study of SMS text messaging language.

For her research, Caroline read 11,000 text messages containing 190,000 words, sent by 235 people.




For three years she studied spelling, grammar and abbreviations used in social and business texts. The average text has 17.5 words.

She said: “I undertook the investigation because there is a great moral panic about the damage texting is having on the written language as well as the effect on children, who use text more than adults.”

But she found texting is good for you: “It is a creative form of communicating with each other. It is not bad grammar to text or a bad use of the English language.”

Tutor Professor Sue Hunston, who admits she can’t text, said: “Every stage of the English language has been studied. Now Caroline has studied its use in texts.”

 

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KJ is doing part time work???

A taxi driver licence bearing KJ’s face & name are spreading in the internet. Maybe KJ is doing part time ???SO Hardworking !!!

 

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Flying underwear causes power cut





A power cut which brought part of a Lincolnshire village to a standstill has been blamed on discarded underwear.

More than a dozen houses and a set of traffic lights in Leadenham were affected on Wednesday, with police being called to direct traffic.

Engineers traced the fault and found a thong had short circuited a power line.

It is believed the clothing was carried by a helium balloon from a nearby party. It became lodged in the wires and caused a fault when soaked by rain.

Polo party

Andrew Barrow, from Central Networks, said: "Flying objects do occasionally cause us problems but in this case it was more risque than risky.

"What we think happened in this case was the offending article was on the line for some time but it was the heavy rain yesterday - wet things conduct electricity - which led to the short circuit."

He added: "The main thing to say here is that if people do see something on the lines, don't try and get them down yourselves, that is when it becomes dangerous."

The finger of suspicion has been pointed at the local polo club's annual ball.

Emma Rose, from Leadenham Polo Club, said: "It may never be proven exactly where this came from but it could have been our party.

"We think it may have been a joke, with someone taking the item from an overnight bag and setting it on its way."

 

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