Tuesday, June 20, 2017

13 comics to show you what love looks like before and after 30

12 Funny ways to deal with Horror movies

12 Funny Ways to Deal with Horror Movies

From time to time, every one of us dreams of ending up in a situation straight out of a Hollywood movie. But what if such dreams come true, and, of all genres, you find yourself in a bloodcurdling chiller?!
Even if this actually occurs, don’t be quick to despair! To help you stay on your guard, here are some easy-to-use instructions for successfully surviving all kinds of horror movie horrors!

Monday, June 19, 2017

7 Celebrity couples who prove that love is above all

Here is a list of celebrity couples who think that strong and happy relationships do not have to be officially recognized.

Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell

This couple is a perfect example of an ideal relationship without formal marriage. Despite being together for over three decades now, Goldie and Kurt are in no hurry to give their love an official status. "We love each other. Of course, like any family, we argue sometimes, but we still love being together," said Goldie.

Tina Turner and Erwin Bach

To be perfectly honest, Tina and Erwin are a bit off this list: after 27 years of living together, the couple finally got officially married in 2013. Tina even had to waive her American citizenship and move to Switzerland, but that didn’t stop her on her way to happiness.

Shakira and Gerard Piqué

Shakira and her beloved Spanish footballer, Gerard Piqué, have been together for seven years and have two sons. They met during the preparations for the 2010 World Cup. Gerard says the pop star won his heart when she answered his simple question about the weather in South Africa, and Shakira, in her turn, tells about her feelings in a song she called Me Enamoré.

Eva Mendes and Ryan Gosling

As it happens, Ryan and Eva met each other on a movie set. Six years have passed since, and there were troubles between them — the media often gossiped about their breaking up. The latest instance was when Ryan appeared at the Oscar ceremony with another lady, who turned out to be his sister. The couple really doesn’t like to show off their relationship, but they do raise two beautiful daughters, and that says something.

Anna Kournikova and Enrique Iglesias

The Russian tennis player and Spanish singer have been together since 2001, all the while being surrounded by rumors about their marriage, break-up, pregnancy, or whatnot. Still, we can say for sure that Anna and Enrique are still together and still wouldn’t change anything to appease the public.

Oprah Winfrey and Stedman Graham

Oprah and her beloved businessman, Stedman Graham, have been in a relationship for over 30 years. They were about to get married in 1992 but rejected the idea in the end. Oprah later explained that she’s perfectly happy with their relationship, and they don’t need a wedding to prove anything.

Natalia Vodianova and Antoine Arnault

When she met the French businessman Antoine Arnault, Natalia was married to Englishman Justin Portman. At first, their relations were purely businesslike. They grew into romantic ones when the model got divorced, and they were spoken of as a family after the birth of their first son, Maxim. Today, the couple raises two kids of their own and three from Natalia’s first marriage.

Friday, May 26, 2017

This is what 30,000 a month rent would get you in 10 cities across India


Location: Santacruz East• 1 BHK• 600 sqft• Pets allowed

Location: Santacruz East
• 1 BHK
• 600 sqft
• Pets allowed


Location: Whitefield• 3 BHK villa• 2,000 sqft• Amenities include a private terrace, swimming pool, jogging track, gymnasium

Location: Whitefield
• 3 BHK villa
• 2,000 sqft
• Amenities include a private terrace, swimming pool, jogging track, gymnasium


Location: Sector 34 Block A• 3BHK• 3,000 sqft

Location: Sector 34 Block A
• 3BHK
• 3,000 sqft


Location: South Bopal• 3 BHK• 2,075 sqft• Amenities include a cycling and jogging track, swimming pool, club house, park, gymnasium, library and business centre, kids play area

Location: South Bopal
• 3 BHK
• 2,075 sqft
• Amenities include a cycling and jogging track, swimming pool, club house, park, gymnasium, library and business centre, kids play area


Location: Gachibowli• 3 BHK• 2,500 sqft

Location: Gachibowli
• 3 BHK
• 2,500 sqft


Location: Viman Nagar• 2 BHK• 1,200 sqft• Amenities include a private terrace, pets allowed, swimming pool, gymnasium, jogging track

Location: Viman Nagar
• 2 BHK
• 1,200 sqft
• Amenities include a private terrace, pets allowed, swimming pool, gymnasium, jogging track


Location: Civil Lines• 3 BHK• 2,200 sqft

Location: Civil Lines
• 3 BHK
• 2,200 sqft

New Delhi

Location: Dwarka Sector 22• 3 BHK flat• 1,800 sqft• Amenities include a community gymnasium, a cycling and jogging track, swimming pool

Location: Dwarka Sector 22
• 3 BHK flat
• 1,800 sqft
• Amenities include a community gymnasium, a cycling and jogging track, swimming pool


Location: West of Sector 38• 3 BHK• 2,000 sqft

Location: West of Sector 38
• 3 BHK
• 2,000 sqft


Location: Durgapur Bridge• 2 BHK • 1,000 sqft

Location: Durgapur Bridge
• 2 BHK
• 1,000 sqft

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Benefits of drinking Beer!

Feel guilty about drinking a beer or two? Don’t feel guilty. Contrary to what you might expect, moderate beer consumption is actually good for you. Science has shown that beer can bring many surprising health benefits even though it’s usually perceived as unhealthy. Just remember, we’re talking moderate consumption (one drink per day for women, and up to two for men), not all-night drinking sprees. Here are some remarkable and surprising beer benefits that might change your perception of the drink.

1. It can help reduce risk of heart disease

One eye-opening study involving 200,000 subjects conducted at Italy’s Fondazion di Ricerca e Cura found that people who drank a pint of beer daily had a 31% reduced chance of heart disease. This heart-protecting power of beer stems largely from beer’s natural antioxidants called phenols. However, the study also showed risk of heart disease increased in people who consumed higher amounts of beer.

2. It can help protect against Alzheimer’s disease

Perhaps one of the most remarkable health benefits of beer is its ability to protect against Alzheimer’s. Researchers at Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine analyzed several studies and came to the conclusion that moderate beer drinkers were 23% less likely to develop different forms of dementia and cognitive impairment, including Alzheimer’s. The silicon content in beer is thought to protect the brain from the harmful effects of high amounts of aluminum in the body, which are one of the possible causes of Alzheimer’s.

3. It can help lower risk of diabetes

This is another remarkable benefit of moderate beer consumption. According to a 2011 Harvard study of about 38,000 middle-aged men, those who drank one to two beers daily had a 25% reduction in the risk of developing type 2 diabetes. The alcohol content in beer increases insulin sensitivity, which helps prevent diabetes. Moreover, beer is a good source of soluble fiber that plays an important role in the healthy diet of people suffering from diabetes.

4. It can help prevent kidney stones

A study conducted in Finland established that moderate daily consumption of beer can reduce the risk of developing kidney stones by 40%. This health benefit is attributed to beer’s high water content (about 93%) that helps flush harmful toxins out of the body and keep the kidneys working properly. Also, compounds in hops used in brewing help slow the release of calcium from bones, which in turn prevents build up of lost calcium in the kidney in the form of stones.

5. It can help minimize risk of cancer

Beer contains an important antioxidant known as xanthohumol. Xanthohumol is known to have powerful anti-cancer properties that help fend off cancer-causing enzymes in the body. Specifically, moderate beer consumption helps prevent a certain chemical reaction that can lead to prostate cancer in men. Beer has also been shown to reduce the chances of getting breast cancer in women.

6. It can help reduce cholesterol levels

If you’d like an unorthodox method for cutting your cholesterol levels, indulging in moderate beer consumption may be the way to go. The barley used in brewing of beer contains a type of soluble fiber known as beta-glucans that has been shown to help in lowering cholesterol levels.

7. It can help manage blood pressure

You may also be interested to know that beer can help manage blood pressure. That’s according to a Harvard study that found that women aged 25 to 40 who drank beer moderately were significantly less likely to develop high blood pressure compared to women who drank wine or other alcoholic beverages.

8. It can help strengthen bones

Beer contains decent levels of silicon, an element that is linked with bone health. One study conducted at Tufts in 2009 established that older individuals who drank one or two glasses of beer daily had higher bone density, and thus were less prone to fractures than those who did not enjoy a glass of beer or wine. However, the study also found that consuming more than two drinks increased risk of bone fractures.

9. It can help treat dandruff

Another interesting fact about beer is that it is considered one of the best natural treatments for dandruff. This particular health benefit of beer is attributed to its high yeast and vitamin B content levels. Just rinse your hair with a bottle of beer two to three times a week to get rid of dandruff and make your hair extra soft and shiny.

10. It can help cut down risk of strokes

Studies by the American Stroke Association have shown that people who drink moderate amounts of beer can cut their risk of strokes by – get this – a whopping 50% compared to non-drinkers. Researchers at Harvard School of Public Health explain that moderate amounts of beer daily helps prevent blood clots that block blood flow to the heart, neck and brain, which is a leading cause of ischemic stroke. However, when you drink beer moderately, your arteries become flexible and blood flow improves significantly.
Remember the key to reaping these amazing health benefits of beer is moderate consumption. Overindulgence in beer and other alcoholic drinks can be disastrous to your health.