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Top 10 trending games

Gaming is the future that many game designers depend upon because of the enormous player base and simple access for gamers to play the games anytime. Multiplayer games are the most looked through games by players as they give the most significant competition and the fun of playing with individual gamers.

Do you have a tough time finding the trending games for your PC and mobile? Fret not! We have got your back! To facilitate the issue of searching for the best multiplayer trending games for android and your PC, we have recorded down the most trending games that you can download to be amused straightaway.

1. Player Unknown Battleground (PUBG)

PUBG is a worldwide hit game that has lit the world on fire. Every gamer must attempt to play PUBG once. PUBG PC can be a considerable burden on old PCs because of its high graphics prerequisites. It is likewise a game that you should pay to play. To make PUBG accessible for the mass crowd who use low-end PCs and android devices, Tencent has propelled a free version of PUBG, i.e. PUBG Lite for low-end devices. SO now, you can appreciate a similar game without any slack issues on your devices.

2. Asphalt 9: Legends

Asphalt 9: Legends is one of the most trending and recent versions of the Gameloft’s franchise of Asphalt series. This game has new features, and the graphics are impeccable. The game is more or less like the past forms, yet it offers new missions, lifts, and better locations. Asphalt Legends features an exclusive collection of supercars from Bugatti Chiron to the McLaren P1. Some of the fastest and rarest cars ever built. Gameloft becomes the first company to introduce the Lamborghini Terzo Millennio in Asphalt 9 for the first time in racing games. You can also play against your friends or AI to unlock new features and missions.

3. Call of Duty Mobile (COD)

With its release in 2019, this game took control over the multiplayer showcase based on its high graphics, smooth interactivity, and a lot of game modes for players. The game highlights some new weapons and free collectibles during the game. In some regions, the beta version of this game released,  as the game developers are still working on making a perfect work of art. However, even now, it gives extraordinary ongoing interaction to those searching for some FPS fun.

4. Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey

One more exemplary with a few versions is Assassin’s Creed. It is perhaps the most aloof establishment in gaming made by Ubisoft. It features some extensive maps with massive islands and beautiful scenery, ever seen in Assassin’s Creed franchise. This game takes you back to Greece amidst the fight between Athens and Sparta. The game focuses on the death of corrupt people in a massive world, making this a decent hang-out game. The next game in this franchise, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is the most awaited game of the year.

5. Grand Theft Auto 5 (GTA 5)

The Grand Theft Auto franchise is a triumph in gaming. Its games usually have set elevated expectations. It’s the most recent version, Grand Theft Auto 5 is the same, offering a massive map and great gameplay that go from driving, shooting, and flying. In this version, you will come across three different heroes. There is additionally another online mode that lets players continue devastation considerably after they finished with the principle storyline.

6. Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot

In the past, Dragon Ball Z games did not receive much appreciation from the gamers. However, the success of Dragon Ball FighterZ launched another period of top-notch Dragon Ball adaptation. Dragon Ball Z Kakarot positively appears to be very similar to the last version, which makes it one of the most trending games nowadays.  Launched by Bandai Namco, which was also behind the Dragon Ball Z anime series, Kakarot surely fills in as an outstanding Action-RPG experience. As the title proposes, the game is a lot of concentrated on Goku’s story during the occasions of Dragon Ball Z. However, it additionally makes relations with a considerable lot of super Saiyans and anime’s different characters.

7. The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim

Bethesda is well-known for its fantastic RPGs and Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim took gaming to a different level. The game offers an awesome world loaded with wizards, elves, giants, and dragons. This game features a vast and beautiful map filled up with many things to discover and small missions to finish. This game is addictive to such an extent that you’ll most likely end up your day playing the game.

8. Forza Horizon 4

Forza Horizon 4 is a lovely hustling game, set in a fictional rendition of Great Britain. The game offers beautiful countryside maps and the narrow, winding streets of urban areas to provide blended ongoing gameplay. This game always brings some new twists in the gameplay in its latest versions. In the winter map of this game, you will find the track shrouded with snow, which will test your driving skills. 

9. Red Dead Redemption 2

Very similar to the GTA series, Red Dead Redemption 2 offers a gigantic open world with heaps of activities. It additionally provides a profound and engaging narrative about family, friends, disloyalty, and redemption. Further, the gameplay is smooth, and graphics are among the best accessible at present.

10. Counter-Strike Global Offensive (CSGO)

Likely the best game on this list! Counter-Strike Global Offensive is the most recent part of the super hit Counter-Strike 1.6 franchise, which offers players the great 5v5 FPS experience. The gameplay is very similar to its previous versions with two teams i.e. Counter-Terrorists and Terrorists. This game has very remarkable graphics and some new weapons. This game can be easily played on PCs with 4 GB ram and 2 GB graphics card without any lag.

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Top 10 Scams in Pakistan

Pakistan has always been the center of discussion in both national and international media and politics. The country for long has been struggling with political and economic instabilities and unrest. Pakistan, along with the above has always been struggling in dealing with terrorism as well. Corruption runs deep in the Pakistan governance system Setting its roots in the Judicial system, education, police and law enforcement, healthcare alike. Corruption Perceptions Index is the ranking given by an independent organization and Pakistan is moving down on that index. Electronic Media was not independent until 2002. Under the Pervez Musharraf rule, private channels were granted rights and permission to operate independently. Since then Independent media has played a pivotal role in exposing many scams. Below are the scams which when unraveled came as a shocker to Pakistanis and the world alike.

1. Rental Power Projects (RPP) scam.

Power generation and power distribution are two major problems people of Pakistan suffer. Captive and mobile power plants are immediate and short term solutions to this problem. The associated group was given the contract for setting up temporary power plants on a renewal basis of 3 years to 5 years. In 2006 Many top-level Government officials earned bribe in the awarded contracts.  The associated group in return earned hefty margins. Former Prime minister Raja Parvez Ashraf was also allegedly involved in this scam but was later cleared by NAB.

2. Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC) Scam.

In the year 2010 Medical licenses of more than 100 doctors and 20 medical institutions were canceled by PMDC. This action was taken by Dr. Ahmad Nadeem Akbar. This cam allowed unqualified people to play doctors and olay with the lives of innocent people. In 2014 PMDC committee member Dr. Asim Hussain, prof Masood Hamid khan along with federal ministry officials were identified as accomplices.

3. Corruption in Aviation and Railways.

Pakistan international airlines and Pakistan railways are labeled as two of the most corrupt state institutions. In January 2020 Chief justice of Pakistan, Mr. Gulzar Ahmed summoned the minister in charge of Mr. Sheikh Rashid and railway secretary to answer to court queries. It came into light that money worth billions has been laundered and mismanaged. Similar is the case with Pakistan International Airlines. According to FIA, the state body has incurred losses of around Rs 380 Billion since 2008. Current prime minister Mr. Imran Khan has also taken the responsibility of making PIA a profitable entity soon.

4. Hajj Corruption Scam

Between the years 2010 and 2012, the Hajj corruption case was all over the Pakistan media. Religion has always been a sensitive subject. In this scam former Federal Minister for Religious Affairs Hamid Saeed Kazmi, ex-DG Hajj Rao Shakeel and Joint Secretary for Religious Affairs Aftab Aslam were the key accused. Rao was sentenced 40 years in prison and Kazmi and Aslam both were given 16 years of the sentence. They were accused of charging more money from almost 35000 Hajj pilgrims for providing stay at Makkah. They rented out a substandard property at inflated prices and received kickbacks in process.

5. OGRA Scam

In the year 2011, a scam involving embezzlement of around Rs 100 billion surfaced. The scam of Oil and Gas regulatory authority became a high profile case in court and turn transformed into a high profile drama. Such was the scale that both PPP nominated prime ministers Raja Pervez Ashraf and Syed Yousaf Raza Gillani were accused of involvement in the scam. The suspicion arose when the chairman of OGRA at that time Tauqeer Sadiq left the country fled to Dubai seeking refuge. Sadiq was accused of making illegal appointments in Ogra, he did alteration in the share prices of gas distribution companies, increasing the index of the unaccounted-for-gas (UFG), allowing new CNG stations and relocating existing filling stations.

6. Axact Scam

Founded in 1997 Axact was the leading software technology firm in Pakistan based in Karachi.  The company had diverse businesses and vast online presence utilizing interconnected companies and websites. In the year 2015, an investigation was carried out by New York times and it was found that the main business of Axact was to sell fake degrees and diplomas.  Many individuals use these bogus degrees to land high-value jobs all around the globe. Before getting exposed Axact had already duped more than 2,00,000 people from 197 countries all around the globe. Due to insufficient evidence, Axact CEO Shoaib Shaikh was acquitted of money laundering charges in August 2016. This scam caused shame to Pakistan on the global level.

7. Bank of Credit and Commerce International Scam.

The year was 1991and the scam of most global scales of that time was uncovered. The bank is touted by some as the inventor of banking frauds. Be it unrecorded deposits, improper loans. BCCI had done everything you can think of. The bank had a solid worldwide presence with around 400 branches in 70 countries. The bank was founded in 1972 by one Agha Hasan Abedi who also served as director till 1990. Till the end of 1990 BCCI built an empire of around $20 billion. Dictators like Panama’s Manuel Noriega and Iraq’s Saddam Hussein and Osama bin laden also allegedly had links with BCCI.

8. Pakistan Steel Mill Scam.

Privatization of Pakistan Steel is also considered by many as the biggest scam in the country’s history. In this process, the state-owned assets valued at Rs 300 billion were auctioned to a consortium of three different firms at a throwaway price of Rs 21 Billion. The firms to whom the Pakistan Steel is handed over are Russia’s Magnitogorsk Iron & Steel Works Open JSC, Saudi Arabia-based Al-Tuwairqi Group of Companies, and a local firm Arif Habib Securities. The whole auction process which took more than a year to plan lasted only 30 minutes supporting the fact that the whole process was a scam. AL-Tuwairqi mills who were a part of this consortium were also inaugurated just one day before the auction and 220-acre land was acquired on rent from Pakistan Steel for the same. It is also stipulated that 45 million cubic feet gas and 180-megawatt electricity was also sanctioned for the group.

9. Ephedrine Quota Scam

This scam revolves around the illegal allocation of 9000 kg of Ephedrine drug to two pharmaceutical companies Berlex Lab International and Danas Pharmaceutical Limited.

Aas per International Narcotics Control Board, a company cannot be allocated more than 500kg of this drug. The scam surfaced in March 2011 when the then federal minister Makhdoom Shahabuddin stated the National Assembly that the government would investigate this illegal allocation.  The PML-N leader Hanif Abbasi was the key accused among the nine others. He was charged with the selling of 500kg of this controlled substance obtained from gray pharmaceuticals to narcotic smugglers. Hanif Abbasi has been given the life sentence for this scam and crime.

10. Media gate Scam and CJ Iftikhar Chaudhry scam

CJ Iftikhar Chaudhry was reinstated as Country’s top judge in the year 2009. He was sacked by President Musharraf after he and the other top judges questioned his right to remain in office. In the year 2012, he and his son were alleged to be involved in bribery scams with business tycoon Malik Riaz Hussain. Due to this he was not allowed to proceed with his hearing and was asked to leave the bench. The allegations were that CJ Chaudhary’s son Arsalan Iftikhar Chaudhry, a 32-year-old businessman received many gifts and cash amount around 2 million pounds from Hussain and in return, the judicial system granted decisions in favor of Hussain. Not only Iftikhar Chaudhary, many journalists, and media giants have received bribes from Malik Riaz Hussain in past. Around 20 individuals and three renowned media houses came in front and requested Malik Riaz to not release his list. It is hard to put a number to the amount of bribe involved in this scam. It can surpass Rs 100 billion.

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10 Deadliest Snakes in the world

A majority of snakes in the world are harmless to humans and cause only minor flesh wounds but a small number of species in snakes are quite dangerous to humans due to their potent venom and aggressive behavior. This article explores 10 deadliest snakes that exist based on their overall toxicity and potential for human fatalities in the absence of medical attention or appropriate anti-venom. Let’s list them in ascending order:

  1. Belcher’s Sea Snake (Hydrophis belcheri): The Belcher’s Sea Snake, also known as the Faint-Banded Sea Snake, is an extremely venomous snake. The snake is relatively small in size, with a slender body and a yellow base with green crossbands. It is commonly found in the Indian Ocean, as well as the Philippines, the Solomon Islands, the Gulf of Thailand, and the northwest coasts of Australia. Typically found on the Tropical Reefs, before resurfacing for air it can hold its breath for around 8 hours. The Average Size of Belcher’s Sea Snake is 1.5–3.3 feet. They were first discovered in the 1800s by a British explorer, Sir Edward Belcher, and later named by John Edward Gray in 1849 on the name of Sir Edward Belcher.

2. King Cobra (Ophiophagus hannah): The king cobra is—quite literally—the longest venomous snake in the world. From the front of its head to the tip of its tail, this serpent can grow to be 18 feet long! King Cobra lives near water in woodlands and similar environments. King Cobras are mainly found in Southeast Asia and India. The snake’s venom is so strong and so voluminous that it can kill an elephant in a few hours.

3. Inland Taipan (Oxyuranus microlepidotus): The Taipan is considered as one of the deadliest snakes in the world and is resided in Australasia. The 3 known species of Taipan include Coastal Taipan, Inland Taipan, and the Central Ranges Taipan. Most of these species of Snakes are found along with them along the northeast coast of Queensland, as well as the southern sector of Papua New Guinea. Average Size of Inland Taipan is around 5.9 feet

4. Many-Banded Krait (Bungarus multicinctus): The many-banded krait is native to Thailand, Taiwan, and certain regions of China, and it possesses a black-and-yellow striped or distinct black-and-white appearance. It ranges between 3-5 feet in length on average, but can also get as high as 6 feet. The venom of many-banded krait contains a strong neurotoxin which can be fatal if it enters a victim’s bloodstream. These serpents are found mainly in subtropical regions and marshes.

5. Eastern Brown (Pseudonaja textilis): These Eastern Browns are found nearly in all environments, but not in the regions of dense forests, around Australia. They are most commonly found around farms, as their main prey includes the populous house mouse. This deadly snake is quite slender and reaches an average length of 4.9 to 6.6 feet. Eastern Browns are well known for their dark tongues, small fangs, and dark black eyes.

6. Russell’s Viper (Daboia russelii): Russell’s Viper, is also known as the Chain Viper. It is predominantly found in China, Taiwan, Southeast Asia, and India. Chain Vipers are quite common and are typically found in grasslands or brushy areas. They are also common around farms but tend to avoid forested regions, marshes, and swampy areas. Their color patterns vary by the snake to snake, but they are typically yellow, brown, and tan. These deadly snakes can reach lengths of 5.5 feet, with a width of approximately six inches.

7. Death Adder (Acanthophis antarcticus): The Death Adder’s venom is highly toxic. Bites from a Death Adder are extremely deadly and can result in death within six hours if treatment is not sought out. The Venom causes Paralysis and the complete respiratory system gets shut down. The average size of the Death Adder is 1.3 feet and is mainly found in Australia, New Guinea, and the surrounding region. The Death Adder has a shade of black or grey but Some Death Adder species can take on a reddish-yellow, brown, or greenish-grey color. These are easy to recognize by their thin tail, short stout body, and triangular-shaped head.

8. Tiger Snake (Notechis scutatus): The Tiger Snake is a highly venomous snake found along with the southern sector of Tasmania and Australia. The Tiger Snake is often found in wetlands, coastal regions, and marshes due to the abundance of prey in these environments. Tiger Snakes can reach a size of approximately 3.93 feet in length and depending on their location they come in a large variety of Colors. (olive, yellow, orange, brown, and black). The species is recognized as a survivor and is also known as Black Tiger Snake Notechis ater.

9. Philippine Cobra (Naja philippinensis): The Philippine Cobra, is also known as the Northern Philippine Cobra. It is a highly venomous species of snakes found in the northernmost corners of the Philippine islands. It inhabits the low-lying plains and forest regions of the Philippines and is found near sources of fresh water. The snake is generally brown. The average length of the cobra is approximately 3.3 feet, but some of these Philippine Cobras reach a length of 5.2 feet. Philippine Cobra also possesses the ability to spit its venom at potential victims, causing serious damage to the eyes if hit (including permanent blindness). Surprisingly, this species is a WHO Category 1 venomous snake of medical importance responsible for fatal envenomation.

10. Black mamba (Dendroaspis polylepis): The “black,” or black-mouthed, mamba (Dendroaspis polylepis) which mainly inhabits the rocky savanna and can often be encountered on the ground, where it is found searching for the termite mounds. Ranges from grey to dark brown, its name derives from the blackened inside of its mouth. The black mamba is feared because it is large and quick, and it possesses an extremely potent venom that kills most of its human victims. They are Africa’s longest venomous snake, reaching up to 14 feet in length, although 8.2 feet is more the average. It is responsible for a small no of human deaths per year.

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Top 10 Richest Persons on Earth

Wealth and wealthy are always subject of fascination for the masses. But it takes patience and hard work for the world to take notice of. Top 10 richest people are declared year on year on the bases of their net worth in March. The net worth is usually calculated in US Dollars based on the documented assets and accounting for debt.

Though most of us are not entrepreneurs, but we still have the idea.

Who are the richest people in the world?

Since, you already know the subject of discussion. I guess names will already be popping in your heads by now. Let’s find out who holds the place in this list.    

  1. Jeff Bezos, US$ 140 billion: Amazon’s Jeff Bezos is aged 56 years and has retained the topmost slot in the list of world’s wealthiest men. His net worth in 2020 is US$ 140 billion, even after the largest divorce settlement happened on the earth till now. Bezos, even after giving out a significant percentage of his wealth to his former wife Mackenzie Bezos and his wealth going down by US$ 7 bn. Still, he was able to retain the topmost slot in the list of world’s leading billionaires. He started Amazon in the garage in 1994.

2. Bernard Arnault, US$ 107 billion: The Chairman and CEO of LVMH Moët Hennessy – Louis Vuitton SE, the largest Goods Company is the second richest person on Earth with a net worth of US $ 107 billion. He was the richest person on Earth before the Amazons Share shooting up and through Jeff Bezos to the topmost position. He started his career while working in his father’s company “Ferret-Savinel” in 1971. 

3. Bill Gates, US$ 106 billion: The American business magnate, Software developer, invertor, and Philanthropist. He is best known as the founder of the Microsoft Corporation. Born in Seattle, Washington, the United States on 28 October 1955. Bill Gates has recently dropped from 1st to the 3rd position in the world richest person list with a net worth of US$ 106 billion. He only holds 1% of his stake in Microsoft Corporation and now focuses predominantly on his philanthropic work. Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has spent millions of dollars to develop vaccines and disease tracking systems.

4. Warren Buffet, US$ 102 billion: Born on 30 August 1930 (age 89 years), at Omaha, Nebraska, United States is from Finance and Investments Industry from Berkshire Hathaway Company in The United States. He holds 15.7% stocks in Berkshire Hathaway even after giving away US$ 3.6 billion worth shares to charity via the Susan Thompson Buffet Foundation and the Gates Foundation. He founded “The Giving Pledge” with Bill Gates in 2009; where billionaires give away half of their fortune. 

5. Mark Zuckerberg, US$ 85.5 billion: Mark Zuckerberg, the co-founder and CEO of the social-networking website Facebook and also the youngest billionaires in the world.  Born on May 14, 1984, in White Plains, New York, and was from a comfortable and well-educated family. He was raised in a village that was nearby Dobbs Ferry. Zuckerberg started Facebook while studying at Harvard University in 2004 for students to match Names with photos of Friends. Facebook was opened for in 2012 May and he still owns 15% of the Stock.

6. Amancio Ortega, US$ 81 billion: Amancio Ortega, the Owner of Zara hails from Spain.  He is the founder and former chairman of the Inditex fashion group, best known for its chain of Zara clothing and accessories shops.  Born on 28 March 1936 is a Spanish billionaire businessman. Also considered is one of the richest men in Europe. Using the dividends from the Inditex he has acquired a commercial real estate in London & New York worth US$ 11 billion. Ortega has stepped down as chairman of Inditex which is known for its Zara brand in 2011, but still owns nearly 60% of its shares. 

7. Carlos Slim Helu, US$ 72 billion: Mexican business magnate, investor, and philanthropist born on 28.January.1940 (age around 80 years), in Mexico City, Mexico. He derived his fortune from his extensive holdings in many Mexican companies through its Conglomerate Grupo Carso, amassed interests in the fields of communications, construction, energy, insurance, mining, publishing, finance, and retailing. 

8. Larry Ellison, US$ 67.3 billion: Lawrence Joseph Ellison is an American business magnate, investor, and philanthropist who is also the co-founder, chief technology officer, and executive chairman of Oracle Corporation. Born on 17.August.1944 (age around 75 years) in the Bronx, New York, United States. Larry Ellison, co-founder the software firm Oracle in 1977 to tap the growing need for customer relationship management and its databases. Ellison stepped down as CEO in 2014 but still serves as chief technology officer and serves as chairman of the board.   

9. Mukesh Ambani, US$ 67 billion: Mukesh Ambani, the only Asian in the top ten, a majority of his wealth comes from the phenomenal performance of his telecom and retail businesses. He retains the 9th position amongst the world’s top richest persons. Born on 19 April 1957 (age 63 years) at Aden Yemen, Mukesh Dhirubhai Ambani is an Indian billionaire business magnate, the chairman, the managing director, and the largest shareholder of Reliance Industries Ltd. As of April 2020, Mukesh Ambani is the richest man in Asia and 9th the richest man in the world.

10. Steve Ballmer, US$ 66.4 billion: Steve Ballmer a high-wattage former CEO of Microsoft, who led the company from 2000 to 2014. As the Microsoft shares pass US$ 1 Trillion, making it the world’s most valuable company once again. Company worth is US$ 56 billion. Steve Ballmer has 4% Shares of the company worth US$ 56 billion and the total Net Value Increases up to US$ 66.4 billion including the other assets in the Los Angeles Clippers, a basketball team. The Year he retired from Microsoft he bought the NBA’s Los Angeles Clippers for US$ 2 billion. 

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Top 10 Scams in Indian History

India is one of the world’s largest democracy and the fastest-growing economies counted in the world. Since independence in 1947, India has transformed into a powerful nation that is yet to reach its prime.

The progress or image of a nation depends on people who are driving it, steering it through tough times and sailing through good times. But, as we know “ Nothing is Perfect “ there come many occasions when CORRUPTION leaves its mark on the nation. Few individuals driving the nation decide that their personal gains are above the nation. 

In this article, I summarise the top 10 scams in Indian History. To put the size of these scams in perspective,  the combined value of all these scams is 3 times the combined GDP of the whole African continent.

1. Wakf Board Land Scam:- INR 2.0 Lakh Crores

This scam unearthed in 2012 through a report submitted Karnataka states minorities commission.  The lands controlled by the Muslim Wakf Board were being used by Politicians and Wakf Board members by buying it on the fractional rates. This whole scam was 10 years in the making. The total area of the land in question is 27000 acres which are around 50% of the total area that Karnataka Wakf Board controls. The investigations for this scam are still underway.

2. Indian Coal Allocation Scam:- INR 1.86 Lakh Crores

Referred to as “Coalgate Scam “. This scam was the wrongful allocation of coal blocks by the government to the various public and private individuals and enterprises between 2004 – 2009. In the report issued by the CAG office in 2014, the government of India was accused of playing a role.  A total of 194 coal blocks were allocated to various private/public enterprises for captive use. Though there was no corruption involved, this scam was a result of the flawed working of government and concerned departments.

3. 2G Spectrum Scam:- INR 1.76 Lakh Crores

This Scam came into light during the second tenure of the U.P.A. government in 2008. Under this scam, the government was accused of undercharging the telecom companies for the allocation of the frequency bands necessary to create mobile plans for 2G subscribers. The key accused then Telecom Minister A.raja and others were acquitted of all charges due to lack of evidence. All 122 telco licenses issued under A.raja were canceled. The impact of this scandal was so huge that it eventually led to the U.P.A. downfall in the 2014 elections.

4. Commonwealth Games Scam:- INR 70,000 Crores

India hosting 2010 commonwealth games was the glorious moment for all Indians after 1984 Asiad Games. The luster of these games was tainted forever by the commonwealth games scam involving embezzlement of over Rs 70,000 crores. It is alleged that out of Rs 70000 crore spent only half was spent on sportspersons. This scam involved corruption and discrepancies in numerous game-related tenders involving the supply of equipment and facilities and work orders for the delivery of numerous projects. The key accused Suresh Kalmadi was arrested by CBI in 2011 and was removed from his position as President of the Indian Olympics Association.

5. Bellary Mining Scam:- INR 35,000 Crores

The Illegal mining scam involving Reddy brothers  Karyunakara Reddy and Janardhana Reddy shook the Karnataka government in the year 2011. In years between 2006 and 2010 Reddy brothers owned obulapuram mining company did illegal mining in the Bellary region of Karnataka. Karnataka state government was accused of illegally extending the mining leases on the nominal prices. The iron ore mined at Bellary was majorly exported due to rising global prices and increased Chinese demand. This mining scandal also led to the resignation of B.S. Yeddyurappa as the Chief Minister of Karnataka.

6. Satyam Computer Services Scam:- INR 14,100 Crores

The Satyam Scandal is regarded as the biggest Indian Financial Scam. It is also dubbed as India’s ENRON, named after U.S. based company ENRON. In the year 2009, the chairman of Satyam Ramalinga Raju resigned as the chairman of the group after confessing that he willingly falsified and manipulated the financial books including revenue. In April 2015, Raju and others were found guilty of the charges and convicted to 7 years of imprisonment. Eventually Tech Mahindra bought a 46% stake in Satyam and did a tremendous job in uplifting the name of a once tainted company.

7. Nirav Modi PNB Scam:- INR 12,000 Crores

Nirav Modi PNB scam relates to the fake letter of undertakings issued in the names of 3  firms in the name of Nirav Modi and his family members. Few employees of PNB’s Brady House branch in Fort, Mumbai are also accused of falsifying letters of undertakings. The scam was first unearthed by PNB in January 2018 when they discovered fake LOU’s worth INR 280 crores. In just a span of 5 months, the fraud value escalated to INR 12000 crores. Currently, Nirav Modi is seeking refuge with his family members in Britain.

8. Telgi Stamp Counterfeiting Scam:- INR 10,000 Crores

Scammers are not common people like us, they think differently and act on what that’s never been done before. Telgi Stamp scam had everything unique and exclusive about it. Named after Abdul Karim Telgi this scam was exposed in 2002 and was about printing and selling duplicate stamp papers to banks and other financial bodies. Telgi had a vast network of 350 agents (fake )  spread over 12 states to carry out his scheming. He had very good connections that ran deep in the government and he paid bribes to numerous police officials as well so that they don’t investigate against him. Telgi was imprisoned in 2006 with 30 years sentence. He died in 2017 due to multiple organ failure.

9. Harshad Mehta & Ketan Parekh Stock Market Scam:- INR 5,000 Crores

Harshad Mehta Scam of 1992 and followed by Ketan Parekh scam of 1998 are still every stock investor nightmare. In 1992 scam bank receipts and stamp paper were used to cause a synchronized stock fraud which caused the Indian Stock market to crash. The 1992 scam threw light on the susceptible Indian financial systems through the existent loopholes of the system. This scam led to the revamping of the security system of India and introduced online security systems. Ketan Parekh Scam followed the footsteps of Harshad Mehta as Parekh himself was the protege of Harshad Mehta. He used fake investing in fixed stocks known as K-10 Stocks to manipulate stock prices in his favor.

10. Bofors Scam: INR 64 Crores

It was first of a kind corruption scam that shook the nation of India. Primarily because it was related with the most sensitive field of work i.e Defense Services. In March 1986 India signed INR 1437 Crore weapons deal with Swedish company AB Bofors. In April 1987 Swedish radio confirmed that after carrying out a sting operation on AB Bofors it was found that INR 64 Crores were paid to Indian government officials and defense personnel as kickbacks. This scam eventually led to congress party defeat in 1989 elections and Rajiv Gandhi lost his position as Prime minister of India. The NRI Hinduja Family was also involved in the scam to some extent. The Delhi High court in 2004 dismissed all charges of payoffs against former PM Rajiv Gandhi and others.

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Top 10 Most Haunted Places in The World.

Haunted places are homes or alternative buildings typically perceived as being haunted by the bodiless spirits of the deceased. Parapsychologists haunting to the spirits of the dead and therefore, the result of violent, or tragic events within the building’s past like murder, accidental death, or suicide. Additionally, scientific explanations for the perception that a home is haunted embody misinterpreting noises in structures, waking dreams, susceptibleness, and therefore, the result of cryogenic substances in environments that may cause hallucinations.

1. Moundsville penitentiary

Moundsville penitentiary in West Virginia was one of America’s most violent punitive and facilities and therefore, the final stop for almost one thousand criminals throughout its over one hundred years operational. The prisoners lived in incommodious quarters that led to riots. Several men were hanged or killed within the instrument of execution, whereas others were put to death by other prisoners. The jail closed in 1995, however, in steps with some, the tortured spirits are still behind bars and within the bowels of the jail and should be seen or detected on a tour.

2. Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum

Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum was home to thousands of individuals with mental disease, beginning in 1864. Many individuals died here before the power enclosed in 1994. The spirits that are the same to haunt the location nowadays go back to the war era, once the asylum served as a military post.

3. Villisca Axe Murder House

The previous white frame house at 508 E second St became a grim scene in June 1912. Over the years, residents of the house reported visions of a person with an axe, kids crying, and unexplained paranormal activity. In 1994, the house was improved to its original condition with no indoor plumbing and electricity. The touches add to the chilling atmosphere throughout a visible radiation tour from April through November or long expertise offered by reservation for teams.

4. Sammie Dean

Jerome, AZ, has been the former copper-mining city with a magical name that dates back to the Wild West. The city is currently the home merely to four hundred residents, down from fifteen thousand in its bloom, however, legend has it there are lots of ghostlier residents from the times of mining accidents and gunfights. One well-known spirit is that the operating lady Sammie Dean, a prostitute, was stifled by a client within the previous crib district. Her stunning spirit roams the alleys trying to find her killer who was never found.

5. Cuban Club

Cuban Club, additionally called Circulo, is found in the Tampa Ybor town neighborhood. In 1917, this spot was a well-liked area for Cuban immigrants who enjoyed the room, outside bandshell, and cantina with a large stage and floor. Today the compound that is protested by national Historic register hosts events and special events is the setting for several ghost stories regarding spirits taking part in the piano, and riding the elevators.

6. Fort Mifflin

Fort Mifflin, originally known as Fort Island Battery was commissioned in 1771, and is solely revolutionary war parcel that is still intact. Throughput the Americas’ revolutionary war, the British Army bombarded and captured the fort as a part of their conquest in 1777. Among the ghosts, the same to haunt the fort could be a screaming lady whose cries are loud that the urban center police have been called to research, solely to find out nobody there. However, whereas the older portion of the fort came to the town of urban center, some fort grounds are still actively utilized by the US Army corp of engineers, creating it the old fort in the military use in the United States.

7. Moon River Brewery

The moon river brewery is found within the former town building in South Carolina. It brought its beloved beers to savannah in 1999, however, the building is one of the oldest in town back in 1821. In its original incarnation, it was the town-building, with a history of violence throughout the war. Not only was the primary building in savannah, it additionally was home for the United States post office in savannah, similarly as a branch of the bank of the United States. The building is imagined to be haunted, a feature of native-hunting tours, and claimed by workers to be a site of haunting and ghost activity.

8. Sultan’s Palace

In the 1800s, this residence was a house of horrors for the sultan, a rich person with a depraved lifestyle, multiple wives and siblings, and youngsters held against their will. The best mystery within the house was the sultan’s death, once he was buried alive within the yard after his family and the youngsters were hacked to items in a very mass murder by an unknown offender. Today, his angry spirit is believed to be to blame for the loud noises, loud music and powerful incense smells that waft from the house, similarly as unwelcome advances on past feminine residents who swear the sultan remains up to his previous tricks of groping female guests.

9. Calcasieu Courthouse

Calcasieu Courthouse is found in Louisiana and is widespread for its haunting stories. In 1942, a homicidal beauty called Toni Jo Henry, additionally called Tiger girl, was the primary lady in the state to die in the electric chair owing to serving her husband to break out of jail. Her spirit lingers within the courthouse nowadays, and the staff there swear they feel her presence, hear her re-echoing screams from a stair landing, and even smell her burning hair.

10. Myrtles Plantation, USA

Myrtles plantation is situated in the small town of St. Francisville northwest of New Orleans, boarded by a 125-foot porch. With ten individuals being dead within the mansion itself, it’s no surprise there are numerous reported ghost sightings, the foremost famed that is Chloe, who had her ear cut off by her lover. Despite being called the foremost haunted house in America, the plantation is currently a reasonable bed and breakfast giving twelve accommodations.

No matter where you are traveling, you are bound to realize some type of haunted site, similarly as a ghost tour to travel at the side of it. But even though you may not be a friend of paranormal activities, a number of the spookiest locations are still worth your time, whether their stunning design, jaw-dropping locations, of fascinating histories.

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Top 10 Shopping Destinations in India

Are you a Shopping maniac? Do you love to surf through thousands of items to find the perfect one which is on your mind? Do you like to shop for traditional items? If yes, then plan your next visit to the following places where you can shop till you drop!

1. Jaipur

There is a special reason behind Jaipur being on top of the list. Even with the racing technology adaptation this city somehow has managed to hold on to its cultural values. You can find numerous souvenirs and quality products that mirror the tradition of the land.

Top places for shopping

  • Johri Bazaar: – Famous for traditional jewelry, gold accessories.
  • Bapu Bazaar: – Famous for wool material and Lac jewelry.
  • Chaura Rasta: – Famous for hand-printed diaries.

Must-purchase items

The traditional Kundan jewelry and embroidered footwear are unique things to buy in Jaipur. Don’t miss the marble works, brassware, leather items, and puppets which are durable and high-quality products.

2. Kashmir

The first thing which comes to mind when you think of Kashmir is the mind-blowing sceneries. But Kashmir also has a very unique market with a wide variety of products and souvenir items.

Top places for shopping

  • JK Government Emporium:- Famous for walnut wood cravings and Papier-mache
  • Mughal Garden road: – Famous for high-quality Kashmiri Shawls.
  • Pampore field: – The Best place to buy genuine Saffron.

Must-purchase items

Apart from woolen clothing, carpets, spices, walnut-wood works, Thangka painting are among the most purchased items. Do you know about the famous pink tea of Kashmir that is salty? If not, then you ought to try it once. If you’ve got a decent budget you can purchase the real Kashmiri Saffron too.

3. Delhi

You don’t have to worry about luxury malls for shopping branded items when you’re in the capital of India. However, if you’re planning to buy some traditional products then there are many market places that can satisfy your shopping thirst better than the malls.

Top places for shopping

  • Janpath Market: – Famous for handicraft, embroidered textiles, and others.
  • Khari Baoli: – Famous for spices, exotic Ayurvedic medicines, and street food.
  • Sarojini Market: – Cheap clothing and all types of accessories.
  • Chandni chowk: – Famous for fabrics, pearls, and others.

Must-purchase items

Handicrafts, clothing, and rare Ayurvedic medicines are famous items in the city. When it comes to souvenir items, spices are the best gift from Delhi.

4. Chennai

Apart from the tourist spots, this city is filled with hundreds of malls that provide luxury shopping experience. However, if you want to purchase souvenirs that reflect the tradition of the city, it is advised to stick to street shopping.

Top places for shopping

  • T Nagar: – Famous for textiles, accessories, toys, and gift items.
  • Sowcarpet: – Traditional dresses and textiles.
  • Ritchie street: – Famous for electronic items at a reasonable price.

Must-Purchase items

Famous souvenir items are Kanchipuram silk saree and replica of Mahabalipuram. However, it is advised to purchase Kanchipuram silk items only from authentic shops.

5. Goa

Goa is well known for its beaches and nightlife, but trust me this place has more to offer. With Portuguese rule, this city still has some essence of European culture left in here.

Top places for shopping

  • Baga Market: – Fancy scarves and handbags.
  • Anjuna Market: – Famous for accessories items from Tibet.
  • Margao Market: – Famous for cashew nuts, Fenny, and wine.

Must-purchase items

Top products you ought to try are spices, Fenny (cashew wine), seashell showpieces made in different styles, and sea-food snacks.

6. Mysore

Other than Palaces and Mahals, there are hundreds of other items to get amazed while shopping in Mysore. When it comes to souvenirs, sandalwood products, and sweets are the trademark of this place.

Top shopping places

  • Sandalwood Oil Factory: – The best place to buy pure sandalwood oil and products.
  • Government Silk Factory: – Famous for Mysore silk fabrics.

Must-purchase items

Mysore-Pak is the famous sweet of this place. Truly, heaven for sweet lovers. Incense products, paintings, and handicrafts are some other items to buy in Mysore.

7. Kolkata

One must visit Kolkata during Dusshera to find a lot of fairs and exhibitions. This is the perfect time for shopaholics to buy unique art and craft items.

Top places for shopping

  • Newmarket: – Famous for Cheese items and Fabrics.
  • Hatibagan Market: – Famous for Bengali saree and cotton fabrics.
  • Chowringhee road: – Best spot for Terracotta items.

Must-purchase items

You can’t miss the famous milk sweets in Kolkata. Purchasing a statue made of Terracotta items or getting a Bengali saree is very common here.

8. Lucknow

You can find many souvenirs that reflect the heritage of Lucknow in its market. The famous souvenir of this place is Chikan’s work which is a thread work done on materials with gold and silver threads.

Top shopping places

  • Aminabad: – Best spot for garment shopping.
  • Chowk: – Famous for Chikan work and delicacies of Lucknow.
  • Hazaratganj: -A premium spot for luxury shopping.

Must purchase items

The Chikan work and Ittar (perfume) are the unique things in Lucknow.

9. Varanasi

Apart from numerous ghats and ancient temples, this place is famous for Benarasi silk items. It is hand-made even today with large embroidery work done with gold and silver threads.

Top shopping places

  • Peeli Kothi: – The best spot to buy authentic Benarasi silk item.
  • Bylanes: – Famous for Meenakari works.
  • Vishwanath Gali: – Famous for crystal shivlings.

Must-purchase items

You ought to buy five-faced Rudrakash, Benarasi silk sari, Pink Meenakari work, and Lal pedha which you can never find outside Varanasi.

10. Pipli

Pipli is a heritage village in Odisha. It is famous for its handcraft and art which are the main source of tourist attraction.

Top shopping places

  • Pipli bazaar: – Famous for puppets, hand-made purse, and handbags.
  • Raghurajpur: – Famous for Pattachitra painting on fabrics.

Must-purchase items

The main souvenir of this place is the handicraft materials and The Pattachitra painting which are the incarnation of Lord Vishnu done on fabric materials.

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Top 10 Most Beautiful, Hottest Female Singers in the World 2017

Making some of the best pop songs, the most stunning pop singers in music from all over the World have been voted on and ranked by fans, music experts, and other people. Some of these female singers are so hot that they have started to appear in the movies because of numerous offers from the producers. Here are the top 10 most beautiful female singers in the World 2017 whose musical talent and heavenly features have made them international sensations.

  1. Taylor swift

Tylor is one of the most popular contemporary females recording artists, who is an American singer and a songwriter. At the age of nine, she turned her attention to musical theatre academy productions of Grease, Annie, bye bye birdie, and the sound of music. Throughout her career, she has won ten Grammy Awards, one Brit Award along with a couple of other music awards. She is often listed as one of the highest-earning female celebrities in the recent past.

  1. Demi Lovato

the American singer and songwriter might have a record-breaking career in the musical World. Still, he is famous for being one of the hottest female singers of the current generation. She has won many awards and broke many records in the music industry it though has a long way to go. However, she is seen as the most promising young star in the music industry.

  1. Rihanna

she is gorgeous and comfortable in her skin. Rihanna is not only a talented singer, but she also has a huge heart. She created her Believe Foundation in 2006, which helps terminally ill children. She told People magazine in 2008, “when I was young and I would watch television, and I would see all the children suffering, I always said when I grow up, I want to help

  1. Ariana Grande
PHOENIX, AZ – FEBRUARY 03: (EXCLUSIVE COVERAGE) Ariana Grande performs on stage during the “Dangerous Woman” Tour Opener at Talking Stick Resort Arena on February 3, 2017 in Phoenix, Arizona. (Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Live Nation)

 the American singer and actress, is considered one of the prettiest female singers of all Time. She released her debut album “Yours Truly” in 2013 and since then, her music numbers often top the billboard hotlists. Grade has a huge social media following and was included in Time’s 100 most influential people in the World in 2016. She is considered as the hottest female singers in the World.

  1. Avril Lavigne

Lavigne is a Canadian singer and songwriter. She is the youngest female soloist to reach the number in the UK. In 2007, she ranked number eight on Forbes’ list of top 20 earners under 25. Apart from singing, she appears in movies as well. She is still considered one of the hottest female singers in the World. She has as well received various awards like MTV Europe Music Awards as the best Canadian Act, best solo artist, most addictive, MTV Asia Awards like the favorite female artist, favorite breakthrough artist, and the style award among many.

  1. Katy Perry

the American singer and songwriter, Katy Perry started singing in church during her childhood. Since her debut, she has received awards, including four Guinness World Records. Perry is one of the highest-earning female singers of her generation. In 2010, she ranked first one on the Maxim Hotb100 list as the Most Beautiful Woman in the World. Perry is one of the most persons on twitter.

  1. Shakira

the Columbian musician rose to prominence with her albums like Whenever, Whenever, and Hips Don’t Lie. Shakira sang the official song Waka Waka (This Time for Africa) for the2010 FIFA World Cup which became the best-selling World Cup song of all the Time. Apart from being one of the hottest female singers in the World, she is also very beautiful in her real life. Shakira is considered as one of the most successful female singers of all Time. Not only is she a singer, but she is also an actress and a song composer. 

  1. Beyoncé Knowles

The American singer is famous for winning a record 22 Grammy Awards and for being the highest-paid black musician in history. In 2012, Beyoncé was named the hottest female singer of all Time by the complex. Also, in 2013, she ranked first on the GQ’S 100 sexiest women of the 21st-century list. In 2015, Forbes listed her as the most beautiful female in entertainment. She has received different awards in different categories which she has emerged the best, for example, Golden Globes, USA, Primetime Emmy Awards in 2019, American musical Awards among many others.

  1. Jennifer Lopez

Lopez has since a child enjoyed a variety of musical genres, mainly Afro-Caribbean rhythms. Although she loved music, the film industry also intrigued her. Her most significant influence was the Rita Moreno musical, West Side Story (1961). She began taking singing and dancing classes at age five. People often say that beauty dies with age, but that’s not the case with all-time favourite American singer Jennifer Lopez. She has featured in so many lists ranking the most beautiful and hottest women in the World. She has been awarded various awards like Golden awards, USA as the best performance by an actress in a supporting role in a motion picture among many.

  1. Carrie Underwood

after winning the fourth season of American Idol in 2005, Carrie Underwood became a famous name in the American music industry. After that, she released her solo album which became the best-selling solo debut album of all Time. She is considered as one of the most successful female American singers. Although, Underwood has bagged many music awards yet the one thing worth mentioning is that her hotness has no boundaries and she’s one of the hottest female singers in the World.

These female singers are just gifted musically and also known for their beauty which is a plus in the arena of stardom. They just set the stage on fire by just being there singing with their beautiful voices. Undoubtedly, the main treasure of each female singer is her voice. However, among a great variety of female singers, it is impossible to miss their enchanting beauty.

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Top 10 Most Intelligent Animals

Animal intelligence is hard to pin down because “intelligence” takes different forms. Examples of intelligence include language comprehension, self-recognition, cooperation, altruism, problem-solving, and mathematics skills. It’s easy to recognize intelligence in other primates, but many other species may be smarter than you think. Here are some of the most intelligent animals on earth.

  1. Chimpanzees 

Chimpanzees and humans are remarkably similar, sharing about 99% of our DNA. Chimps are our closest living relatives, and like humans, live in social communities and can adapt to different environments. They can also learn sign language. Chimpanzees can walk upright on two legs if they choose. While they are primarily vegetarians, they consume meat as well as eggs and insects on occasion. They make and use tools, such as stones to open nuts and leaves to soak up drinking water. They reach reproductive age at around the same time humans do, 13 for females and 16 for males.

2. Bottlenose Dolphins

Dolphins are one of just a handful of species in the animal kingdom that can use vocal learning to develop their vocal signature. Early in life, each dolphin creates the unique vocal whistle that gives it an individual identity. Because each whistle is unique, dolphins can call each other by mimicking the whistle of a dolphin they want to communicate with. It’s the equivalent of calling each other by name. Many dolphins establish strong social attachments and will stay with injured or ill members of the group, helping them to the surface of the water so they can breathe if necessary. There are also reports of dolphins protecting human swimmers from sharks by swimming in circles around them, or rushing the sharks to shoo them away. Dolphins have also been known to team up with humans to catch fish. They drive fish toward shore, where fishermen wait to cast their nets. The dolphins signal the fishermen when it’s time to cast their nets; then they snatch up the fish that don’t make it into the nets.

3. Elephants 

Elephants’ brains are bigger than the brains of any other land animal, and the cortex has as many neurons as a human brain. The ability of elephants to learn is impressive, and they are also self-aware, they can recognize themselves in mirrors. In the wild, these highly social animals demonstrate helpfulness, compassion, and empathy. Their trunks and feet generate seismic activity that allows them to communicate with one another on a wide variety of subjects. Elephants are likely the only large land-dwelling mammals that communicate using seismic signals.

4. African Grey Parrots

African grey parrots are highly intelligent. Studies have shown that birds possess intellectual, inferential reasoning abilities. They appear to have some understanding of causality and use it to reason about the world. African greys also show their smarts with their counting abilities and vocalization skills.

5. Rats 

The ability to think about thinking is called metacognition, and a few years ago, scientists discovered that rats, like humans, can make decisions based on what they do or do not know. Studies also show that rats are surprisingly self-aware, they are ticklish, and they dream just as we do. Pet rats are exceptionally social and form strong bonds with their owners. They learn their names and come when they are called, and they beg for time out of their cage to play and interact with their owners.

6. Crows

A crow’s brain is about the size of a human thumb, which is substantial relative to its body size. This puts their intelligence on a level with primates and gives them the ability to solve complex problems. Scientists have discovered that crows recognize and remember individual human faces. Different areas of a crow’s brain light up when it sees a person it perceives as friendly or threatening.

7. Dogs 

When it comes to canine companions, ‘smart’ means different things to different people. Some people feel an obedient dog is smart, while others believe a dog with a mind of her own is more intelligent. Very agreeable dogs are considered smart by most human standards. Humans judge the intelligence of dogs based on primarily on how quickly they learn to obey our commands, how well they perform, and whether they can learn human-type stuff like identifying objects. Because dogs have lived among humans for so long and undergone so much domestication, some scientists believe they are more like humans than even chimps and could serve as a model for understanding human social behaviour.

8. Pigeons 

Studies show that pigeons can learn abstract mathematical rules, and are the only non-humans other than rhesus monkeys with the ability. These much-maligned birds also can make knowledgeable choices, and have highly evolved pigeon problem-solving skills. Pigeons are also able to recognize individual people, most likely by their facial characteristics.

9. Pigs 

According to some experts, pigs are among the smartest, cleanest domestic animals around more so than cats and dogs. The reason pigs roll around in mud is not because they like to be dirty, but because they don’t have sweat glands and the mud helps them cool off. Researchers who have studied pigs have learned they have excellent long-term memories, solve mazes quickly, can comprehend a simple symbolic language, love to play and play-fight with each other, can learn to operate a joystick to move an on-screen cursor, and use a mirror to find hidden food.

10. Octopuses 

Octopuses have the largest brains of any invertebrate. The common octopus has about 130 million neurons in its brain. A human has 100 billion. However, three-fifths of an octopus’ neurons are not in the brain; they are in its arms. Each arm has a mind of its own, and if cut off (which the octopus can regrow), will wander away and even grab at food as it did while still attached. 

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Top 10 Travel Destinations in the World

Want to save time deciding destinations & rather spend time inculcating itineraries for your next best worldly getaway? Help is here!

This meticulously curated list of the world’s Top 10 travel destinations won’t leave any of your questions unanswered! Better than that, this list will let you have a little experience of what to await. 

From Istanbul’s Heritage to Pattaya’s Beaches, grab a pen & paper or get ready to screenshot & share. Your precious presence would be anxiously awaited at your next check-in!

1. London, UK

This ancient English city is filled with incredibly beautiful places to explore. It is the most admired city in Great Britain and the top tourist destination in the world. London is well known for its fine dining and luxurious hotels. Explore the city’s free museums, including the Tate Modern and the British Museum. Shop in exclusive boutiques from fashionable Oxford Street to Covent Garden and visit the crown jewels at the Tower of London before looking at the imperial family’s residence of Buckingham Palace and Kensington Palace. When not taking in the sights, unwind in Hyde Park or grab a pint at the local.

2. Paris, France

Paris is truly the pinnacle of tourism. The City of Lights is loaded up with so many romantic sites such as the iconic Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe, the incredible art museum of the Louver and the Musee d’Orsay and the list goes on and on. Go for a walk through the city’s parks and gardens, and walk around the Seine, which cuts through the downtown area. The ideal Paris experience combines relaxation and liveliness to relish both a perfect meal and exhibits at the Louver. The best time to visit Paris is during summer, but be aware as these times are the busiest and most expensive of the year.

3. Rome, Italy 

Rome wasn’t built in a day — and you’ll require more than a day to take in this ageless city. Rome is a massive and stunning city, particularly for those who relish learning out about the past. History can be found at every step of the way here, from the Colosseum and the Pantheon to churches and museums. 

 If this weren’t sufficient, you could explore the Vatican City, which houses a museum accumulating thousands of works of arts and fortunes from around the world, is surrounded by Rome.

4. Crete, Greece

Why visit overcrowded Greek isles like Santorini and Mykonos when you can take in the similar, less-crowded, and undeniably beautiful island of Crete? This little Mediterranean gem is precious with an archaeological and mythological history that is reflected in its ancient vestiges and cultural attractions.

 The seashores of Crete are the real draw for wanderers, especially the pink-sand shores of Elafonissi Beach. The most delightful seaside in Crete. The waters here are transparent and in impressive shades of blue.

5. Bali, Indonesia

Bali is on many wanderer’s bucket list, and those who have already been, affirm that it’s a total visit. It’s Indonesian heaven that feels like a dream. From absorbing the sun on a sandy beach to slicing through smooth-as-glass blue water, Bali is where you can awaken your senses. You can even become acquainted with Indonesia’s friendly monkeys at Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary. 

6. Phuket, Thailand        

Phuket, the largest of Thailand’s islands, is surrounded by the clear Andaman Sea. The blue tidal ponds and salmon dusks make for a fantasy-like atmosphere, and indeed, a holiday here can feel surreal. 

 From roaming underneath the neon lights of Bangla Road as you shop, eat and drink, to partying it up at the island’s club-lined seashores, Phuket is known for some unforgettable times. On the flip side, visiting secluded beaches and moving to see the island’s Big Buddha can be inconceivably peaceful. 

7. Barcelona, Spain

Barcelona is so incredibly admired; authorities are thinking about checking the number of travellers who can visit it consistently. The ever-clamouring city fronts the glimmering Mediterranean Sea. It offers an enthusiastic culture that stays awake well into the night. 

 Furthermore, craftsmen like Antoni Gaudi and Salvador Dali have left their permanent and surreal engraving on its cultural landscape. 

 Visit the Gaudi-planned Basilica of the Sagrada Familia, the great church that has stayed under construction since 1882.

8. Istanbul, Turkey

Although travellers are advised to stay alert in Turkey, Istanbul is a city that warrants a visit. The dazzling city is loaded up with bazaars, extravagant mosques, and amazing architectures. The only town to rest inside both European and Asian fringes, it’s where you can take in history while smelling the fragrance of spices perfuming the air. 

 A visit to Istanbul would be trivial without a visit to the Hagia Sophia mosque and museum. Built as a token of love, this structure going back to 537 AD includes more than 30 million gold tiles. Indeed, an engineering triumph of its time. 

9. Marrakesh, Morocco

The twelfth-century Moroccan city of Marrakesh, known as the Red City because of its structures of sandstone, is the contiguity of sights and sounds. Explore cobbled and narrow alleys housing open-air markets, then traverse majestic royal residences and mosques. 

 Most of the city’s memorable sights can be found in its walled medina, where snake charmers, aerialists, and dancers engage the masses, and souks sell exotic products. 

Don’t forget to visit the enormous gardens of Majorelle, which was made under the direction of famous fashion designer Yves St Laurent.

10. Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Dubai is a desert garden in the desert that boggles the mind. Human-made islands looking like palm trees, the world’s tallest superstructures, the most excellent shopping centres, and dancing fountains bigger than those in Vegas meet along the Persian Gulf in this city like no other. 

 Travel Old Dubai to get a brief look at what the city resembled before it struck oil, and take a safari into the desert for the ultimate experience and camel rides. 

 Visit the Burj Khalifa, the tallest skyscraper on the planet. Genuinely a perfect human-made work of art.


Top 10 Fox News Female Anchors 2020

Fox News is well known for its right-wing and conservative slant to reporting the news. However, it might be good to know that it has a great many female news anchors. Some of these news anchors are minorities, many are highly educated, and some of them even have liberal political leanings.

Below is a list of the 10 best female news anchors that are currently on the air. This is based on their popularity as well as their accolades, education, and experience.

Dana Perino
  1. Dana Perino- Dana hosts the daily briefing on fox news and as the co-host of the talk show, The Five. She has a bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication with minors in political science and Spanish. She also has a master’s degree in public affairs from the University of Illinois Springfield. Perino is the president of Dana Perino and company, and she is the founder of Minute Mentoring, which is a women’s leadership program.
Maria Bartiromo

2. Maria Bartiromo- Maria hosts the Sunday morning futures, mornings with Maria, and Marias Bartiromo’s Wall Street on fox news. She is the Global Market Editor at Network and hosts Fox Business Global Power Players segments. Before working at fox news, she worked at CNBC and CNN. She graduated from New York University with a bachelor’s of Arts degree, majoring in journalism and economics. She has received many accolades, including the Gracie Award for Outstanding Documentary and two Emmy Awards. In 2009, she was included in the list of 50 people who shaped the decade by financial times and listed as number 2 on Richtopia’s list of 205 most influential business journalists in February of 2017.

Martha MacCallum

3. Martha MacCallum- Martha has been with fox News since 2004. She is currently the host of the Story with Martha MacCallum. She had a long career before starting at Fox News. Martha served as a business news correspondent and anchor for The Wall Street Report, World Market Outlook, and Business USA. She has a bachelor’s degree in political science from St. Lawrence University. She also studied at the circle in the Square Theatre School and she founded the Miranda Theatre Company in New York. Martha has been awarded the Gracie Award for the Women in journalism two times.

Shannon Bream

4. Shannon Bream- Shannon is currently the anchor of fox news at Night with Shannon Bream. She is also the network’s Chief Legal Correspondent and host of Livin’ Bream. She has a degree in business from Liberty University and went to law school at Florida State University. Bream won the Miss Florida USA pageant and placed fourth in the Miss USA 1995 pageant. She graduated from law school with honours, and in 2013, she became the keynote commencement speaker at Liberty University. Later she began to pursue a career in television news. Before working for Fox News, she was the evening and late-night news reporter for WBTV, a CBS affiliate. Bream joined Fox News in November 2007, and she is based in their Washington D.C bureau.

Ainsley Earhardt

5. Ainsley Earhardt- Ainsley is the co-host of Fox & Friends. She joined Fox & Friends on February 29, 2016. When she joined this show, its rating went from 1.1 million to 1.6 million. Ainsley started college at the Florida State University of South Carolina and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree (B.A) in journalism. She started working at Fox News in 2007. That year she also received the University of South Carolina’s Young Alumna Award and was named “Outstanding Young Alumna” for 2007 by the school of journalism and mass communication.

Uma Pemmaraju

6. Uma Pemmaraju- Uma joined Fox NEWS Channel in October of 1996, and she was part of the original team. In her time at Fox News, she has interviewed several prestigious people. In addition to working at Fox News, she also reports for Bloomberg News. Previously she worked at KENS-TV, the San Antonio Express-News newspaper, KTVT-11 in Dallas, WMAR-TV in Baltimore, WLVI in Boston, and WBZ-TV in Boston. She had done Bachelors of Arts in political science. She has received numerous accolades including Emmy Awards, The Texas AP Award for reporting, the Woman of Achievements Award from the Big Sisters Organization of America, and the Matrix Award from Women in communications.

Harris Faulkner

7. Harris Faulkner- Harris is the anchor of the Sunday Edition of Fox Report, one of the co-anchors of Outnumbered, and the host of her show, Outnumbered Overtime. Harris has a B.A in mass communication from the University of California, Santa Barbara. In addition to her work at Fox News, she is a motivational speaker, writer, and philanthropist. She has received 6 Emmy Awards, including the 2005 Emmy for Best News Special.  Harris is also active in raising awareness and funds for breast cancer. For her humanitarian efforts, she has received the Amelia Earhart Pioneering Lifetime Achievement Award.

Heather Childers

8. Heather Childers- Heather is one of the co-hosts of Fox & Friends First, which is the early morning news show on that Channel. She came to Fox News as a general assignment reporter in the fall of 2010. Heather has a bachelor’s degree in English from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Before coming to Fox News, she worked at WCNC-TV.WFXL, WLOS-TV, and News 14 Carolina. Heather has received many accolades, including the Best Female News Anchor and Best Documentary Readers’ Choice Award from the National Academy of Television Journalists, The Best News Anchor and Best Newscast from the Albany Herald, the Best Female News Anchor from Golden Viddy, and Miss Charlotte Mecklenburg.

Laura Ingraham

9. Laura Ingraham- She is the host of The Ingraham Angle on Fox News. Laura also hosts the nationally syndicated radio show, The Laura Ingraham Show. Additionally, she is the editor-in-chief of LifeZette. Laura earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Dartmouth College and a law degree from the University Of Virginia School Of Law.

Julie Banderas

10. Julie Banderas- Julie is a rotating anchor for Fox Report and America’s News HQ. She used to host Fox News Report Weekend. She has been working with Fox News since March 2005, when she started as a general assignment reporter. Julie as a bachelor’s degree from Emerson College. Before working at Fox News, she worked for WLVI-TV in Boston, WHSV-TV in Harrisonburg, Virginia, and WNYM in New York City. In 2004, she received the Emmy “Outstanding Single Newscast” Award for her coverage of the Republican National Convention.

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Top 10 Amazing Places on Earth

The Earth where we live in is lovely and spectacular. It has beautiful beaches, beautiful lakes, Lost Cities, mysterious landmarks, breathtaking waterfalls, tall mountains, giant glaciers, wild animals, and whatnot. The search to the most amazing and exotic places often causes a dent in the pockets. So, here are 10 amazing places to visit on Earth that will fill the soul with something beautiful and unforgettable, something breathtaking and majestic.

These places are jaw-dropping, many are famous places while there are a few which are not yet discovered. So, let’s get on the journey to these places: 

  1. THE GREAT BARRIER REEF AND WHITEHAVEN BEACH, AUSTRALIA, has marked its presence, as it can be seen from the space it. The place is a paradise for scuba divers and snorkelers. It has one of the finest and beautiful “Whitehaven” beaches. Whitehaven Beach is well known for its sun-kissed silica sand, which stretches for nearly seven kilometers. The beach houses world-famous Whitsundays islets housing 74 assortments of islands that are known for its unblemished beauty.
  1. LAKE BAIKAL, RUSSIA, was declared UNESCO World Heritage in the year 1996. This is the largest freshwater lake by volume and is the deepest in the world. It seems it is similar to the crescent shape and is in the southern Serbian region in Russia. As this is the oldest freshwater lake in the world, housing 1,700 – 1,800 endemic plant and animal species. The area includes 27 mostly uninhabited islands, the largest of which is Olkhon. This is the only place where freshwater seals are found.
  1. MOUNT KILIMANJARO, TANZANIA, is a volcanic mountain whose central peak is Kibo, which is the youngest and highest measuring 19,340 feet (5,895 meters) and is the highest peak in Africa. The mountain range houses three major extinct volcanoes: Kibo in the center, Mawensi towards the east, and Shira in the west. Shira is the residue of the crater while Kibo has a breathtaking snow-clad dome housing a caldera on the south showing residual volcanic activity. In contrast, Mawensi has semi-permanent ice patches and gets seasonal snowfall.
  1. SALAR DE UYUNI, BOLIVIA is the largest salt flat in the world. It is breathtakingly beautiful and naturally popular among tourists and backpackers. This is most famous for its crazy photos and mirror effect. The elegant mirror effect can be seen on a silent day when the salt flat is covered with a thin layer of water, transforming it into “The World Largest Mirror,” reflecting the sky.
  1. VICTORIA FALLS, ZAMBIA, AND ZIMBABWE have the specular sight of beauty and magnificent Zambezi River, making a virtual border between Zambia and Zimbabwe. As described by the Kololo tribe, the fall is known as ‘Mosi-oa-Tunya’ – ‘The Smoke that Thunders.’ The magnificent basalt cliff on which the falls thunder transfigures the Zambezi from a placid river into a fierce torrent cutting many gorges. And on the other wall of the basalt of the same height is capped with thick rain forest.
  1. PRAIA DE BENAGLI and ALGAR DE BENAGIL, Portugal– Algar De Benagil is a spectacular cave on Praia de Benagli beach near Lagoa. The cave has round holes in its ceiling, forming beautiful sky inside the cave. Praia de Benagil is a small beach between impressive gold-colored cliffs which protects the beach from winds. The beach has soft sands that feel nice on the feet. The beach is stone-free and has a good quality of water, which might feel cold at first.
  1. SELJALANDSFOSS is also known as Skógafoss, is a waterfall in Iceland where “foss” means fall. As per the National Land Survey of Iceland, the fall is 65 meters tall and is jaw-droopingly beautiful. Walking behind the trail of the fall may make you wet from the drizzle. One can definitely see a rainbow while walking behind the waterfall on a sunny day. The view can definitely take the breath away. The waterfall feeds on melting water from glacier-capped Eyjafjallajokull volcano.
  1. THE DOOR TO HELL, TURKMENISTAN is also known as “Darvaza gas crater,” is a crater of a football field size in the Karakum Desert, which is burning for fifty years now. This natural gas field naturally fell on into a cavern. This was set on fire by Geologists to prevent the spread of methane gas. 
  1. BLUE CAVES, ZAKYNTHOS ISLAND, GREECE, is a beautiful and best place to be when in Zakynthos, which is the largest island in the Lonian Sea. Zakynthos offers a stunning view in the west; the blue caves. These caves are geological formations in a series that are created naturally due to soil erosion. The blue caves are also known as blue caves of Volimes, the charming village where they are located are famous among scuba divers. These caves are even birthing place for the Caretta caretta (loggerhead) sea turtle. If you are lucky enough, you can visit some caves, including the Kianon (from cyan), which is the biggest of all to admire pinnacle hanging like chandeliers from the top of the caves. The most distinct feature of these caves is the beautiful blue color water, which reflects the shine of the sky. The view is attractive and breathtaking that will last in the memories for a lifetime. The best time to visit is morning when the light is abundant or in the late afternoon when the sea takes the reddish color due to setting sun.
  1. HOGGENAKAL FALLS (TAMIL NADU) – The name Hogenakal is derived from Kannada, which means ‘Smoky Rocks.’ When the waterfalls from the Cauvery River on the rocks with a jet force of water resembles smoke. The waterfalls are spread for miles and border Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. Riding on the rowing boats on these widespread waters will give a thrilling experience of a lifetime. This resembles Niagara Falls and is also known as “Niagara Falls of India.” This fall is an ideal place for swimming and nature trail.

There are many, many more breathtaking places on our beautiful planet, and the search for these fantastic places is still on, and the list is endless.


Top 10 Deadly Viruses

In 2020, the complexion of the world as we know changed entirely. In January the deadly “Coronavirus” set foot on the planet. It has been five months since and more than 200 countries have been affected by it. As per over 4 million of the world population is already under its influence, and there is no foresight of flattening of its virus spread curve in the future as well. Virus spread diseases are as old as the human race itself.

Viruses are responsible not only for the loss of life. They impact the global environment & economics. We can also say that such catastrophe diseases result in reshaping humanity as well. Here we will list down the Top 10 Deadly Viruses.

  1. Ebola Virus

First originated in the democratic republic of Congo in 1976; the Ebola virus is named after the Ebola river near which it was first reported. There are six strains of Ebola identified by scientists to date. They are named after countries and regions they first originated. Bombali, Reston, Tai Forest, Bundibugyo, Sudan, and Zaire. Out of which, Zaire Ebolavirus is most dangerous. The vaccine for Ebola is still in-making, which makes it even more dangerous. Ebola virus is having a high mortality rate of 90%. The natural carriers of the Ebola Virus are yet to be confirmed. Still, the odds are in favour of African fruit bats.

2. Marburg Virus

It is first recognized in 1967 in laboratories at Marburg, Germany due to exposure to imported Yugandan green monkeys. This virus exhibits similarity to the Ebola virus as it also causes Viral hemorrhagic fever. It causes internal bleeding followed by multiple organ failure and eventually, death. It is also having a high mortality rate of around 90%, making it extremely dangerous. W.H.O. also categorizes it as Risk Level 4 pathogen requiring the highest level of containment. Biosafety Level 4.

3. Rabies

Rabies might be the only virus in this list having proof of infections dating back to the ancient world. There are documented proofs of Babylonians getting mad and die after being bit by dogs. Dogs account for 99% of rabies-related infections in humans.

Rabies is treatable if timely medical treatment is provided. What makes rabies so dangerous is its long incubation period, and once symptoms appear then there is no treating it. Symptoms include fever, headache, excess salivation, muscle stiffness paralysis, and delusions. 

4. H.I.V. (Human Immunodeficiency Virus)

 H.I.V. caused AIDS is the most widespread disease in the modern era. Since its identification in the 1980s, more than 25 million people have died due to H.I.V. related illnesses. H.I.V. is spread primarily by unprotected sex, contaminated blood transfusions, hypodermic needles, and from mother to child during pregnancy. There is no vaccine for curing AIDS, only preventive measures. After 2000 antiretroviral therapy was introduced, and it has resulted in an average decrease of 35% in new cases and deaths.

5. Smallpox

Historians date the earliest appearance of smallpox to 165 A.D. as it infected “The Huns”. For thousands of years, humanity fought against smallpox. In the process, more than 50 million people lost the battle to smallpox. At last, in the year 1980 world health assembly declared the world smallpox free. It is caused by one of the two virus variants variola major and variola minor. The origin of smallpox is unknown. The initial symptoms include fever and vomiting, followed by sores all over the skin. 

6. H1N1 influenza A virus

This Influenza Virus caused one of the greatest pandemics in history, Spanish flu of 1918. The death toll is estimated at 35 million (around one-third of the world’s population at that time). It caused so much damage at the time because it transmitted from person to person through the air. A similar strain of swine-origin H1N1 influenza A rocked the world in 2009. It was responsible for the deaths of around 0.3 million people worldwide.

7. H2N2 influenza A virus

H2N2 is another type of Influenza A virus. It emerged in east Asia in 1957 triggering the “Asian Flu” pandemic. The Asian Flu causing virus was a mutated H2N2 Avian Influenza A virus. They were first reported in Feb 1957 in Singapore the pandemic lasted till 1958 killing 1.1 Million people worldwide and having symptoms of a normal flu-like Dry cough, sore throat, fever, body aches, and chills.

8. SARS-CoV-2: Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 

Currently, the world is under the grip of the pandemic “Coronavirus (COVID-19)” caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus and first discovered in Wuhan province of china in Dec. 2019, this virus has spread across the world with 4 million affected and 0.3 million deaths to date. This virus gets its name from a genetically identical SARS virus of 2003.COVID-19 spreads mainly by droplets produced as a result of coughing or sneezing of a COVID-19 infected person. The virus can travel through the air and can stay on surfaces as well. With no vaccine available at this moment, early diagnosis and social isolation are the only options available worldwide. As of now, there is no conclusive data on its origin and human transmission.

9. Dengue Virus

Dengue virus is the cause of Dengue fever & Dengue hemorrhagic fever. Dengue virus propagation and spread are limited to tropical countries. What makes it dangerous is the fact that every year more and more countries are entering the tropical climate zone due to global warming. The virus is spread through Aedes mosquito. The dengue virus has 47 different strains known to date. The good thing is it’s treatable and noncommunicable. There is no particular vaccine available as of now. This virus is dangerous if someone catches it for the second time. Other contamination causes dengue hemorrhagic fever causing internal bleeding, low blood platelets, and blood plasma leakage. Annually on average, 400 million cases are reported worldwide, with avg 40000 deaths per year.   

10. Hantavirus

Hantavirus is another deadly virus spread through rodents. Humans can only get it through rodent saliva, urine, or feces. It is named after the Hantan river area in South Korea. This virus is dangerous as it has a very low incubation period ranging from 2 to 4 weeks. The deadliest virus in the hantavirus family is the sin Nombre virus caused by infection through deer mice which is prominent in North America. The two major diseases caused by this virus are Hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome and hantavirus pulmonary syndrome (H.P.S.). Based on the above two diseases, Hantavirus disease is classified into two types. Type 1 is New world hantavirus causing H.P.S., and Type 2 is Old world Hantavirus causing Hemorrhagic fever. There is no vaccine to date for this virus; the only way is to identify it early and boosting one’s immunity. The mortality rate of Hantavirus stands at 35%-40%.

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Top 10 Most Beautiful Marathi Actress 2020

For many years, Marathi actresses have been ruling our hearts. Marathi movies industry is gaining momentum these days and is coming up with more promising movies. Marathi actresses working in these movies are skilled and beautiful. These beautiful women have not only worked in Marathi films. Still, they have also shown their skills in Bollywood, Kollywood, and Tollywood movies. 

Many Marathi actresses have ruled the Hindi Cinema. Some beautiful and famous actresses from the Marathi film industry are Nanda, Tanuja, Nutan, Urmila Matondkar, Namrata Shirodkar, and the most loved Madhuri Dixit. These women have been winning our hearts for many years. 

These actresses are not only talented but also are beautiful. Hence, it can be rightly said that Marathi actresses are “Beauty with Brains and Talent”. The good thing about Marathi Actress is its “Simplicity”. Let us get to know the top 10 beautiful actresses in the Marathi Cinema.

  1. Priya Bapat 

On the top is Priya Bapat who has pretty looked and bubble eyes with flawless skin. Her complexion is as buttery as the petals of the flower. She is a regularly seen actress in the Marathi film industry and Marathi Theatre. Priya has also performed cameo roles in quite a few Hindi movies like Munnabhai M.B.B.S, Lage Raho Munnabhai. With her beautiful complexion and soft eyes, she has the edge over other actors of the generation. With her slim and tall figure, she looks hot and desirable on the silver screen. She started her career with the role of young Ramabai in Dr Jabbar Patel’s film, Dr Baba Saheb Ambedkar.

2. Radhika Apte

Radhika Apte, a versatile actress who occupies no. 2 spot in this list, has dusky and sensual looks which makes her an eternal beauty. She is one of the boldest actresses of the generation like Sai Tamhankar. The actress has made her name not only in Hindi movies but also in Tamil film Industry. Radhika played the role of Rajinikanth’s wife in Kabali, which was critically acclaimed. She is one of the sexiest actresses who is appealing on-screen and has smouldering eyes. The actress has received accolades for her Bollywood movies. She is a hot and sexy Marathi actress of this time with great talent.

3. Girija Oak

Girija Oak is an extremely talented actress who has acted in movies like Taare Zameen Par and a few Television daily soaps along with many Marathi film. She has the most beautiful and speaking eyes, just like yesteryear actress Nanda and Nutan. Girija has sweet and poised looks along with gorgeous eyes which makes her hold number 3 position.

4. Sonali Kulkarni

Sonali Kulkarni holds the fourth position in this list. She is one of the female actresses who like to be simple. With her simple looks and pretty face, she has won many hearts and has worked in Hindi movies like Dil Chahta Hai and Mission Kashmir. Though due to her typical Maharashtrian Brahmin Girl face, she couldn’t bag many Hindi films. However, she is a successful actress in Marathi Cinema. Sonali was passionate about acting since her childhood. She has homely looks, which makes her an ideal contestant for the number 4 in the list of most beautiful actresses on the Marathi film industry.

5. Urmila Kanetkar

No. 5 is Urmila Kanetkar, who carries simple and soothing looks. She is one female who can look heavenly with her simple looks all the time. Urmila is a dancer and is not much popular as an actress outside of the Marathi Cinema and Television. She is a great combination of beauty and simplicity, which makes her a unique actress.

6. Sai Tamhankar 

Sai Tamhankar is one of the very few actresses who have the strength to do bold scenes on screen, pioneering the trend. Many actresses like Radhika Apte are continuing the trend now. With a beautiful face, looks, and figure, she can set the screen on fire. Tamhankar can challenge the actresses in Bollywood. She has worked in Hindi, Marathi movies along with many Television soaps. She debuted in Bollywood with crime thriller Black & White in 2008.

7. Tejaswini Pandit

On no. 7 is Tejaswini Pandit who holds typical Indian women looks along with a shapely body. With her strong personality and daring looks, she is holding the position of no. 7 on our list. She is one woman who carries off Indian attire with a poise. With her typical Indian woman looks, she can make men fall for her.

8. Shriya Pilgaonkar

At no. 8 is Shriya Pilgaonkar, the daughter of Sachin Pilgaonkar and actress Supriya. They both are reputed actors of their time. She is very talented and beautiful. She has inherited her looks from her mother, who too is very beautiful. Presently, she is performing only in Marathi movies; however, her father was an accomplished Hindi Film actor. 

9. Neha Pendse

Neha Pense stands at no. 9 on the list with a captive smile. The actress has made her mark in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu movies by following the footsteps of her likes. She has also worked in many television serials. Her physique and her acting skills are her great assets, and she very well displays the same on-screen. She is one of the hottest actresses and has acted in many regional cinemas. After spending almost two decades in the industry, she still had not lost her charm and is liked by her fans just like when she made her debuted in the industry.

10. Shruti Marathe

At no. 10 isShruti Marathe. Shruti is born in Pune which is home to the Marathi theatre. She is very talented and beautiful, having acted in many Marathi as well as Tamil movies. With her “Girl next door” looks, she is loved by her fans a lot. With her powerful on-screen presence, she is efficient and holds the attention of her audience. Shruti debuted in the year 2008. The actress can play stunner as well as ideal daughter roles. Marathe is famous with the name of “Shruthi Prakash” in Tamil Movies. 

This selection is made based on Theatre, Movies, Television, and Trends. Clearly shows there are incredibly talented, skilled, and beautiful actresses in the Marathi Film Industry. However, due to a lack of industry exposure, not many of them are well known. 

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Top 10 most beautiful South Indian Actress 2020

Top 10 most beautiful South Indian Actress 2020

 South Indian actresses have received tremendous love and recognition from all over the world for their outstanding performances in the South Indian films. Some of the popular actresses in the South Indian film Industry have also gained massive popularity in Bollywood. They have established themselves as the super gorgeous and talented actress of Indian cinema. Here is the list of the top 10 most beautiful South Indian actresses of 2020.

1.     Tamannaah Bhatia

Tamannaah is popular in Tamil and Telugu industries as Milk Beauty because of her white complexion. She started acting as soon as she completed her +2. She continued her further education through distance education. Tamannaah debuts her Bollywood career with the female lead role in the movie Chand Sa Roshan Chehra.

Tamannaah has predominantly appeared in Telugu and Tamil films. She is recognized for her roles in movies like Ayan, Paiyaa, Siruthai, Dharma Durai, Sketch, Thadaka, Baahubali: The Beginning, Bengal Tiger, Baahubali: The Conclusion. She has acted in more than 65 movies in different languages.

The South Indian actress has won many awards and honors. Some of the major accolades in her bag include the Kalaimamani Award for excellence in the field of art and literature (2010), B. Nagi Reddy Memorial Award for contributions to Telugu cinema (2012), an Honorary Doctorate from CIAC for the contribution to Indian cinema (2017). She has also won Dada Saheb Phalke Excellence Award for her outstanding performance in Baahubali: The Beginning.

2.     Shruti Haasan

Shruti, daughter of actors Sarika Thakur and Kamal Haasan has predominantly worked in Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu language movies. Her first introduction to the cinema was as a musician and not an actress.

Shruti Haasan made her adult acting debut in Bollywood with the movie Luck. She got a massive recognition through leading roles in many Telugu films, including O My Friend, and Anaganaga O Dheerudu. She has also played roles in many Bollywood movies like Ramiya Vastavaiya, Gabbar is Back, D-Day, and Welcome Back.

She has been awarded for various achievements like Filmfare Awards for Best Female Debut – South 2012 for 7aum Arivu, CineMAA Awards 2012 as the Best female debut for Anaganaga O Dheerudu, Asiavision Awards 2013 for Excellence in Tamil for ‘3’.

3.     Taapsee Pannu

Taapsee Pannu learned Kathak dance for 8 years from the famous Birju Maharaj’s disciples. She is among the few South Indian actresses to have had 7 movie releases in a single year (2011). She made her acting debut in the 2010 Telugu film Jhummandi Naadam. She then grabbed roles in 2011 films Aadukalam, Vastadu Naa Raju, and Mr. Perfect. She starred in many successful Bollywood films like Chashme Baddoor, Pink, Badla, The Ghazi Attack, Judwa 2, and Mission Mangal.

She won many awards and accolades such as South Indian International Movie Awards in Best Female Debutant category in Tamil Language, Filmfare Awards South for the best-supporting actress, Best Female Debut Filmfare Award for the movie Chashme Baddoor and many to follow.

4.     Ileana D’Cruz

Ileana is an Indian film actress who appears in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu films. She made her acting debut with Telugu movie Devadasu in 2006. She has been recognized as a popular Telugu actress. The latter played a role in movies like Devedasu, Pokiri, Khatarnak, Aata, Jalsa, Shakti, Nenu Naa Rakshasi, and Devudu Chesina Manushulu. She made her Bollywood debut with 2012 movie Barfi!. Since then, she has appeared in films like Main Tera Hero, Happy ending, Rustom, Baadshaho, Raid, and Pagalpanti and many others.

5.     Shriya Saran

Shriya has worked in different languages such as Hindi, English, Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, and Kannada. She is a trained Kathak dancer and learned the skill from the famous Kathak dancer, Shoyana Narayan. She has received many awards and honors. South Scope Style Award 2008 as best actress for Sivaji The boss, Stardust Award 2009 for Exciting new face for Mission Instanbul, Amrita Mathrubhumi Award 2010 as best actress for Kanthaswamy Thoranai, ITFA 2011 as best actress Award for Rowthiaram, to name a few.

6.     Kajal Aggarwal

Kajal is also known as Miss Congeniality in the South Indian film industry due to her friendly nature and ability to get along with others well. She belongs to a Punjabi family background. She has appeared in many Tamil and Telugu movies like Lakshmi Kalyanam, Chandamama, Pazhani, Bommalattam, Modi Vilayadu, Pourudu, Magadheera, Arya 2, Om Shanti, Naan Mahaan Alla, Mr. Perfect, Yevadu to count a few. She has also appeared in many Bollywood movies like Kyun! Ho Gaya Na…, Singham, Special 26, and Do Lafzon ki Kahani. In 2010, she won the CineMAA Award for best actress (Telugu) for the film Brindaavanam, in 2013, she was declared as the youth icon of South Indian cinema.

7.     Nayanthara

Nayanthara was born to an orthodox Malayali Syrian Christian family. Still, in 2011, she converted to Hinduism at the Arya Samaj Temple in Chennai. She got her breakthrough role as Goddess Seetha in the film Sri Rama Rajyam for which she won Filmfare and Nandi Awards. She was the runner-up in the 2003 best model in Kerela. She made her acting debut in 2003 with Manassinakkera, a Malayalam film. She appeared in movies like Ayya, Lakshmi, Chandramukhi, Billa, Yaaradi Nee Mohini, Boss Engira Baskaran, Babu Bangaram, Raja Rani, and Iru Mugan.

8.     Rakul Preet Singh

Rakul Preet Singh is primarily a Tamil and Telugu film actress who has also appeared in many Kannada and Hindi movies. In Femina Miss India pageant of 2011, she was placed fifth and won five titles, including Miss Fresh Face, Miss Beautiful Smile, Miss Talented, and Miss Beautiful Eyes. She made her Telugu movie debut in Keratam and Tamil debut with movie Thadaiyara Thaakka. She has appeared in films like Venkatadri Express, Rough, Current THeega, Kick 2, Sarrainodu, Dhruva, Spyder, Yaariyan, De De Pyaar De, and Manmadhudu 2.

9.     Trisha Krishnan

Trisha Krishnan primarily works in Tamil and Telugu movies. She appeared in films like Jodi, Mounam Pesiyadhe, Saamy, Ghilli, Varsham, Nuvvostanante Nenoddantana, Aadavari Matalaku Ardhalu Verule, and Khatta Meetha. She has won numerous Best Actress awards like CineMAA Award, Edison Award, Filmfare Award South, International Tamil Film Award, Nandi Awards, etc. she has worked in different languages like Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam.

10. Samantha Akkineni

Samantha Akkineni is the daughter of her Ninette, from Kerala, while her father Joseph belongs to Andhra Pradesh. She is an established Tamil and Telugu actress. Samantha has bagged many awards, including 4 Filmfare awards for her acting skills. She has played roles in many famous movies like Ye Maaya Chesava, Baana Kaathadi, Brindavanam, Dookudu, Eega, Naan Ee, Jabardasth, Attarintiki Daredi, Kaththi, Mersal, Mahanati, Rangasthalam, U-Turn, and Sper Deluxe.

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10 Most Beautiful Young Actresses 2020

“Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder’ it’s a famous saying that holds in almost every walk of life. However, when we talk about the film actresses, it pays a lot to be beautiful anyway. Looking pretty has its benefits. With average talent, one can still succeed in the industry. There are a lot of stunning young women who have survived thanks to their exquisite appearance. If you can add talent to your beauty, of course, the sky is your limit. Emma Watson and Scarlet Johannsson are the best examples of a combination of expertise with beauty.

In this article, we’re going to look at the top 10 most beautiful teenage actresses in 2020. These young adolescents have the looks to get them through as well as the talent. Only Time will tell if they retain their popularity or completely fade away. It’s going to be a pity, of course, if they fade away.

Here is the list of top 10 most beautiful young actresses of 2020:

1.Millie Bobby Brown: 16 Years 

Known throughout the world as Eleven of Netflix’s Supershow “Stranger Things, “we have Millie Bobby Brown at no. 1 spot. She won Primetime Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series. At 13 years of age, she became the youngest nominee in Emmy history. Her debut movie came in 2019 with monster film Godzilla: King of the Monsters. Brown is the youngest person to feature on the Time 100 list of the world’s highly influential people. She is also the youngest person appointed as a Goodwill Ambassador by UNICEF. 

2. Bailee Madison: 20 Years

Bailee Madison is an American actress who gained massive popularity with her role as May Belle Aarons in the fantasy drama film Bridge to Terabithia (2007). Madison received further recognition for her role as Isabelle in the war drama film “Brothers” (2009). For her excellent portrayal in the movie, she was recommended for both a Saturn Award and other famous BFCA Critics’ Choice Award. Madison has served as the national youth spokesperson for cancer-related Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation since 2010. 

3.Erika Bierman: 18 Years

Erika Marie Bierman is a Cuban-American actress, born in historic Savannah, Georgia, which has been the site of many famous films. At the mere age of 8, Erika expressed her desire to be an actress. She took part in a modeling competition where she was spotted by judges and agents alike. Her breakthrough role came when she portrayed Snow’s Granddaughter in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1. She enjoys singing, dancing, and photography in her spare time. Without a doubt, a multi-talented star in the making.

4.Ananya Panday: 21 Years

Being the only Indian name on this list is a responsibility in itself. Ananya Panday is the daughter of Indian actor Chunky Pandey. She made her acting debut in 2019 with teen film Student of the year two, followed by Pati Patni Aur Woh. She won the Filmfare award for the best appearance for the same. A less known fact, she was one of the few teenagers who made their way to the elite Parisian ‘Le Bal’ gala. Every year in November, elite families around the world come together to let the girls of their families make an official public appearance at uber-glam and luxe ball in Paris, called Le Bal des Débutantes.

5.Ava Allan: 20 Years

Ava Allan is an American actress and model. Allan is known by her role as Paula Santilli in Love Is All You Need? And as young Amanda Cantwell in True Jackson, VP. Allan has also appeared in several series like Criminal Minds, The Middle, Leverage, and Pretty Little Liars. As an aspiring model, she has appeared in various commercials for companies like Hasbro, Hyundai, and Nissan. She can easily give notable actresses run for their money with her jaw-dropping looks.

6.Eloise Webb: 17 Years 

Eloise Webb in England born on September 3, 2003. She is an actress, known for Cinderella (2015), The Iron Lady (2011), and Grace Stirs up Success (2015). She is of British origin. The best thing about her is the amount of professionalism she brings into her acting. This is an excellent sign that she will go a long way in her acting.

7.Olivia Rodrigo: 17 Years

She is one of the youngest names on this list. She is known for her roles as Nini Salazar-Roberts in High School Musical: The Musical: The Series, and Paige Olvera on the Disney Channel series Bizaardvark. In addition to being a talented actor, she is an equally good singer as well, with around 5 million monthly listeners on Spotify.

8.Kiernan Shipka: 20 Years

Those who have seen Netflix’s “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” very well know who she is. Her breakthrough role was as Sally Draper in the AMC drama series Mad Men. She is also a voice artist. Her acting debut came at the age of 5 months when she appeared as a baby in the Hospital Drama ER. Apart from acting, she is also a Black Belt in Taekwondo. Truly a gifted actor, meant for great things.

9.Brighton Sharbino: 17 Years

Brighton Rosie Sharbino is an American actress. We can recognize her as Lizzie Samuels from the popular AMC television series The Walking Dead. Before trying her hands in acting, she was a competitive cheerleader. She made her debut in a Friday Night Lights episode telecast in 2008. Her acting talents ensure her of a promising Hollywood career in the years to come.

10.Merit Leighton: 17 Years

The beautiful actress, who is No. 10 on our list is Merit Leighton. For such a young person, she is an outstanding actress. Born in California, her career began at the young age of 5. Notable for her roles as Hannah on the Netflix series Alexa & Katie and as Ally on the television series the ’40s and failing’, she is also known for her performance as Doreen Portman in the 2014 family movie A Tiger’s Tail. She has her own YouTube channel named Kawaii Happy.