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Pakistan


PAKISTAN WORLD THE LARGEST FLAG

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akistan today regained the Guinness World Record of making the largest human flag with participation of 29,040 people at the National Hockey Stadium in Lahore. 29,040 students gathered in the rainy weather at the stadium on the call of their school administration. On becoming world record holders they expressed joy, danced and shouted slogans. Pakistan had in 2012 created the record of largest human flag with the participation of more than 24,200 people in the Punjab Youth Festival. Bangladesh later broke it with the

participation of 27,117 students and army men. Head of PYF Steering Committee Hamza Shahbaz Sharif said. "The Punjab government has established an endowment fund of Rs. 2 billion for talented youngsters to follow their dream. If you want to be a cricketer or a badminton player, the PML-N government is there to support you," he added. Guinness Adjudicator Leo and Maria Anataalia after counting through the line and rows of the formation declared the first Guinness World Record of largest human flag for Pakistan.

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PAKISTAN'S RESOLUTION DAY 23rd MARCH 1940

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t was 23rd March 1940 when the Pakistan Resolution was passed that is also known as Lahore Resolution. This day holds a special importance in the heart of every Pakistani owing to the fact that on this

day the concept of a separate Islamic Republic of Pakistan was presented at the location where Minar-ePakistan stands today and it was until 14th August 1947 when this dream took a practical form. This resolution

was proposed by Maulvi Fazal ul Haq. While at one side we celebrate this day it is also thinkable that are we celebrating that Pakistan which was founded by Mr. Muhammed Ali Jinnah? Isn't today's Pakistan

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different from the one that was left for us by those who made great sacrifices for it? This day is not just meant for observing a holiday and watching songs and shows played on Television. It is indeed not just a matter of yet another holiday to stay at home and enjoy. Rather this day is meant to remind all the Pakistanis that this country is the outcome of loads of sacrifices and efforts and if we don't do anything to improve the current situation Pakistan is going

through, it will show that we aren't aware of the true essence of Pakistan's Resolution Day. This year 23rd March has come at such a time that is very crucial to the future of our country. Pakistan is a country of over 170 million people determined to safeguard their freedom, integrity and sovereignty, who shall never give in to the forces of evil. Pakistan is bound to triumph over its predicaments. No one should have any doubt or miss perception on this count.

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Technology

HUMAN POWERED SUBMARINE “There are a multitude of challenges we face in the design, manufacture and testing of the submarine on top of organisational aspects such as sponsorship,” Said Cameron Blackwell Engineering students at the University of Warwick are building a human-powered submarine that will compete in a panEuropean competition. The team, which includes students of various engineering disciplines, uses advanced manufacturing methods, such as advanced prototyping and 3D printing, to optimise the design. “There are a multitude

of challenges we face in the design, manufacture and testing of the submarine on top of organisational aspects such as sponsorship,” said Cameron Blackwell, one of the team members. “We hope our entry emerges victorious in all categories but in order to do any of this we need help and are searching for a potential business to sponsor us. Of course, the biggest

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challenge is to produce a submarine that has both speed and agility,” he said. In July this year, the team's creation will be tested during the fourday European International Submarine Race at Gospor t's Ocean Basin, the biggest covered water space in Europe. During the fourday marathon, the team will fight against its competitors from across the whole world in various disciplines including a U-turn and slalom competition to assess speed, design and performance. The competition will also include a 25-metre race where the Warwick team is aiming to beat the speed record of 8.09mph; currently held by a team from Montreal. “This group project gets students from the various engineering

disciplines working together much as they would need to in real industries and businesses after graduation,” said the team's supervisor Ian Tuersley. “These design and build, competitions provide an additional incentive to produce a functional, finished product within set constraints and to an e n fo rc e d d e a d l i n e . Warwick has a proven history of doing well in similar competitions, and we hope this team will do the same.” Engineering students James Fairbairn, Cameron Blackwell, Shane Wickramasuriya, Ben Cadge, Richard Kemp, Edward Morris and Lingesh Coneti are all members of the team.

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INVASION OF SOCIAL MEDIA WEBSITES by: Farheen Jabeen Social media usage has increased tremendously from past few years. It contains apps and websites that provide an opportunity to connect socially with people living in same country or in different parts of the world. Social media is as powerful as any other medium, individuals promote their business through fan pages, stay connected with their family members abroad, anchors and artists know point of view of their audience to improve content and able to know viewers likes and dislikes just on a single click. But apart from all these benefits it is also used in a wrong way. Among viber, flicker, badoo, zoosk, linked inn, twitter and many others face book is considered as the most popular site used by members of all ages. Users

make i.ds with made up names and those who give real information and upload photos give way to corrupt minded people. By using fake names boys pretend to be girls and after having access to all personal data they use it for blackmailing. Pakistan has more than 10 billion users of face book and half log in daily, whether they are students, housewives or old aged persons. But I realized that mostly youngsters waste their time on visiting immoral content, flirting, updating relationship statuses, and upload edited profile pictures to peer in the heart of others. Parents usually don't take any notice about what kind of material their children are watching and in which activities they are involved. From multinational company

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owners to university going students everyone has their own reason for using these networking sites , some use it for promoting their business, some use it to make new friends, and other use it as a time pass. People lie to each other not only about personal information but also give status updates like 'enjoying a lot at some five star restaurant' where they never ever visited. Excess usage creates depression, lack of sleep, inattentive attitude, poor academic performance, anxiety and isolation among masses. Spending too much time in front of this technology can lead to a person feeling isolate because of less connectivity with human friends. Social media and constant access to it through cell phones, laptops and tablets develop a sense of insecurity

by comparing yourself with everyone else. Unethical behaviors like rude comments and disrespectful attitude towards others lead to rivalry. I personally suggest privacy settings must be in check constantly to avoid any bad consequences and be cautious before answering to any unknown friend requests. Parents keep an eye on their siblings and system must be kept at a place that is visible from every side. I think awareness regarding positive and negative impacts of social apps should be given through special lectures in institutions. Electronic and print media can also play special role for this act. Religious and cultural values should be kept in mind and parents must take in to account the browsing data and tell them the essence of social networking. Shakespeare said 'nothing is either good or bad but thinking makes it so'. We have to behave as sensible and civilized youth as some evil minds consistently try to divert us from the right path. Their wrong thinking could result in several damages in someone's life. Being part of it is a healthy phenomenon if used in a proper way. I think we have to strive a little harder to overcome this situation by following the ethical values and limits.

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he famous releases of Sonu includes Doomsday, Nasha, Crazy zamana, Desire and one of the most famous new released video song on Feb 2014 is Yea Raasta which has gone viral over the social media and has been admired by international audience,Yea Raasta has been shoot in different location in Pakistan and Dubai, the lyrics used were so deep which shows the true emotions and the glorious voice of Sonu along with a perfect performance, the team include director Asif Masood of AM Productions ,Music Producer Dj Ali mustafa, Designer Iffii with amazing wardrobe, Model Zindagi and the entire cast and crew make this a super hit release..

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INGRIDA

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London Fashion Week 2014 Photography by: Shahid Malik

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Collection by

OMAR MANSOOR

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mar collected visions of the classic English wedding colour schemethe contrast of black, ivory and ruby red into his collection for Autumn/Winter 2014. Combining eastern crafting techniques along western silhouettes in his signature style and applying the intricate details to garments creates an elegant and contemporary women wear. Delicate embroidery, layers of sheer fabrics, asymmetrical hemlines, dramatic necklines and innocent looks symbolizes the fun, celebration and beauty. The prĂŞt line includes both knee and full length dresses and jumpsuits constructed using a range of fabrics from silk jersey, crepes to sheer nets blended with Lycra, highlighting waist along draped bodice and tapered leg. Inspired by the colours of romance: lots of deep reds, black, and ivory white. The majority of the collection is based on evening-wear, but some of the pieces would be fit for work and perhaps a low-key Sunday brunch. These pieces can be viewed at 'Amaka' at Westfield Designer Villlage and 'CreativationsChelsea' on Fulham Road.

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mar Mansoor is a London based fashion designer, the first Pakistani who participated in London fashion week in 2008, Omar has also appeared at Top Model UK and Bahrain Fashion Week, Susanna Reid wore Omar Mansoor at 2010 Academy Awards, the brand has been worn by a number of actress of red carpet including Miss United Kingdom.

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F ERRARI W ORLD A BU D HABI

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errari World Abu Dhabi is the largest indoor and the only Ferrari branded theme park in the world, with 20 Ferrari inspired rides and attractions and a priceless collection of more than 30 vintage and contemporary Ferraris. Featuring high adrenaline rides, fun learning attractions suitable for guests of all ages and a unique taste of Italy through its authentic dining experiences, Ferrari World Abu Dhabi is the premier family entertainment centre in the region. Every ride incorporates Ferrari design and technology, offering an engaging and interactive multisensory experience that truly brings the Ferrari story to life. Ferrari World Abu Dhabi is one of the signature features of Yas Island, a 2,500 hectare island dedicated to leisure, entertainment and lifestyle.

Ferrari World is a Ferrari themed amusement park on Yas Island in Abu Dhabi. The central park is situated under a 200,000 m2 2,152,782 sq ft roof making it the largest indoor amusement park in the world. Ferrari World officially opened on 4 November 2010. The theme park is home to Formula Rossa, the world's fastest roller coaster. The iconic roof of Ferrari World was designed by Benoy Architects. It is modelled after the side profile of a Ferrari GT. Ramboll provided the structural engineering, master planning and urban design, geotechnical engineering and the faรงade engineering. The roof has a total surface area of 200,000 m2(2,152,782 sq ft) with a perimeter of 2,200 m (7,218 ft). The theme park, measuring 86,000 m2 (925,696 sq ft), is located under this 50 m (164 ft) high roof. These factors make

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Ferrari World the largest indoor theme park in the world.

2009 with the park due to open one year later.

A Ferrari logo adorns the roof of the building and measures 65 m (213 ft) by 48.5 m (159.1 ft) - the largest Ferrari logo ever created. 12,370 tonnes of steel has been used to support this roof.[1] The centre of the roof is marked by a 100 m (328 ft)} glazed funnel. The structure was declared complete on 29 October

Fiorano GT Challenge,V12, Made in Maranello, The Racing Legends,Viaggio in Italia, Scuderia Challenge, Driving with the Champion, Junior GT, Junior Grand Prix, Bell'Italia, Galleria Ferrari, Junior Training Camp, Paddock, Fast Lane, Tyre Twist, Cinema Maranello, RED.

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One of the famous ride speed of magic contains 4-D ride, featuring a 3D movie, including temperature, light and motion. Its average speed is 5.4 km/h and maximum speed reaches to 8.25km/h on a track length of 290m. During the ride 3-D glasses should be worn for the duration of the adventure.

km/h (150 mph). Formula Rossa surpassed Kingda Ka at Six Flags Great Adventure as the world's fastest roller coaster with Kingda Ka retaining the record of the tallest roller coaster in the world. The coaster train accelerates to its top speed in approximately 5 seconds.

Formula Rossa is the world's fastest roller coaster with a top speed of 240

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Travel & Tourism

LARRY FOGG

TRIP TO SYDNEY AUSTRALIA

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arrived at Sydney early in the morning and took the train from the airport into the city to my hotel. To my surprise, the hotel had a room available when I arrived at about 9:00 a.m. After a short rest, I went for a walk, bought a bratwurst sandwich for lunch, and explored the neighbourhood near my hotel. I gathered up some tourist brochures, set about planning my weekend activities, and was surprised to learn that Monday would be an Australian National Holiday.

wombats roam freely in the open air semi-arid grassland habitat. Visitors can walk through the upper level of the tropical rainforest habitat where they are surrounded by thousands of colourful butterflies. In addition to having marvellous nocturnal habitat exhibits with possums and quails, it also has a Cassowary bird, and a large variety of insects like the Giant Australian Cockroach.

After leaving Wildlife World, I walked across the Pymont Bridge to My first stop on Sunday visit the Australian was at Sydney Wildlife National Maritime World located at Darling Museum. I was amazed Harbour adjacent to the at the size of the Sydney Aquarium. It is museum and the large advertised to contain the largest variety of Australian number of vessels in its collection in the plants and animals under harbour. Although one roof. It contains nine admission to the unique habitats spanning museum is free, there across three floors representing environments was a charge to tour the Daring class destroyer from all over Australia – these habitats are home to gunship HMAS Vampire, the Oberon class 130 different Australian submarine HMAS species. Wallabies and

Onslow, and the restored 19th century 3-masted barque tall ship James Craig. There is also an Attack class patrol boat HMAS Advance, which is a working ship and is not open to the public. The museum also has a fleet of ten small vessels,

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including the Commonwealth Lightship 4, CLS 4 Carpentaria, which is one of four unmanned light ships built at Coclatoo Island Dockyard, Sydney. The museum also has a magnificent replica of Captain James Cook's famous discovery ship, HMS Endeavour. Since it was undergoing some refit repairs and the top masts were removed and down on the main deck. This ship is referred to as the best exhibit at the museum. In addition to the fleet of ships, the museum also has the Cape Bowling Green Lighthouse, which was built 70 km south of Townsville in 1874. It had been dismantled, moved to the museum, and reconstructed. The lighthouse was open to the public and the rotating light mechanism operated similar to a grandfather clock with a weighted chain serving to provide the momentum to drive the gears and rotate the lens assembly. A second Tasman Light lens assembly was on

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exhibit inside the museum building.

The collection at the maritime museum was The building that houses so extensive that I made a return visit to the the museum is quite large and is filled with a museum on Monday. In retrospect, I wish that I myriad of nautical had explored the exhibits including museum's web site and aboriginal exhibits. In become more familiar addition to the museum's usual exhibits, with the museum before going to Sydney. the museum had a special “Charles Darwin I visited the Sydney – voyages and ideas that Aquarium on Monday. I had visited the aquarium shook the world” exhibition on loan from on a prior trip to the British Museum. This Sydney so this was my second visit to the exhibition was aquarium. I was celebrating the 200th interested in seeing the anniversary year of Dugongs again. The Charles Darwin's birth Dugongs are related to and 150 year anniversary of the publication of his famous evolutionary theory, “On the Origin of the Species.” The exhibit had a model of the ship, HMS Beagle, on which Darwin sailed around the world under the command of Captain Fitzroy. A replica of Darwin's cabin on the Beagle was part of the exhibition.

manatees and are similar in appearance and behaviour but have a fluked tail like a whale. I was also interested in the Moon Jellies and the iridescent squids – both of which I observed late at night in the Southern Ocean while on watch during my 2007 voyage aboard the Europe. I believe that the water in the large tanks with the Dugongs and the large fishes was not nearly as clean as it had been on my prior visit. My last stop was at The Rocks Discovery Museum. The Rocks is

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the oldest part of the city of Sydney; it is next to the Circular Quay and at the base of the northern end of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. I took the train to Circular Quay where the street performers had taken advantage of a beautiful sunny Monday afternoon to perform for bystanders. The discovery museum has exhibits depicting cultural and historical aspects of the area and the development of Sydney. One exhibit that fascinated me was an animated map of the world which depicted the exploration,

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conquests, and changes in the possessions of different countries in conjunction with major historical events up to the present time. The map display would change with each major historical event along with a brief description of the event such as the fall of Napoleon, European wars, and so forth. As I departed Sydney on Tuesday afternoon on my flight back to Los Angeles, I reflected on a marvellous three day weekend trip – sunny days, friendly people, and good museums and attractions to visit.

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Bali Matahari Hotel - Indonesia.

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Bridge at summit, Langkawi

Briksdalsbreen Glacier, Norway

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ECCENTRIC CELEBRITY BEAUTY SECRETS REVEALS

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elebs are known for their indulgent red-carpet primping routines—but do kitty litter and beer qualify as beauty products? Here are the some eccentric ebrity beauty secrets.

MIRANDA KERR USES LIP BALM AS A SHIMMERY HIGHLIGHTER AROUND HER EYES Try it! "This will work, just stick to a natural product. A lipgloss will clog your pores and will also be pretty sticky," says New York based makeup artist Stefanie Syat. Dab some plain lip balm on the inner corners of your eyes.

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Skip it. The clumpy texture of the litter may remind you of a mud mask, but the clay particles are far larger than what you'd find in a substance formulated for skin. "These particles can cause micro scratches, which can lead to inflammation and blotchiness. Not only that, but the moisture-sucking properties of the kitty litter—courtesy of the mineral silica—will have the same effect on your skin, leading to dehydration. As if that weren't enough to deter you, keep in mind that the "fresh scent" designed to mask any odors isn't exactly an aphrodisiac. TRY THIS INSTEAD: Plain baking soda, either mixed with water or your favourite cleanser, will help clean out pores without any of the irritation.

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DENISE RICHARDS PUTS AVOCADO ON HER HAIR FOR DEEP CONDITIONING RESULTS Try it! "To make it even more effective, combine the avocado with one tablespoon of olive oil." Slather onto your strands, but avoid the scalp itself—that'll make your hair look overly oily.

SNOOKI SWEARS BY KITTY LITTER TO EXFOLIATE

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Lady Gaga Uses Tape to Remove Eye Makeup Try it—with caution. "Glitter can be especially hard to remove, so tape does the trick," says a New York City based makeup artist "Fabric tape will be the most gentle on your skin." But if your skin is super sensitive or prone to redness, avoid this option and stick with makeup remover.

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Lisa Rinna Uses Cinnamon Oil for a Plumped-up Pout Try it—with caution. "Adding a few drops of cinnamon oil to a lip gloss will give some added oomph," says, a New York City based makeup artist. But the trick won't make your lips puff up to Angeline Jolie proportions, and makeup artists warn to spot check the oil against a patch of skin first to make sure you don't have any adverse effect.

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Food

SPECIAL CHEESE SANDWICH 20 Minutes 2-4 People

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Recipe Ingredients Bread slices6 Onion chopped1 Green chili chopped2 – 3 Cheddar cheese100 gm Tomato ketchup3 tbsp Tomato sliced 2 Salt to taste Black pepper powder¼ tsp Chili powder½ tsp Mustard paste1 tbsp Ice berg½ flower Mayonnaise¼ cup Recipe Method Mix together 1 chopped onion, 2 – 3 chopped green chilies and 100 gm grated cheddar cheese. Add in 3 tbsp tomato ketchup, half flower of chopped ice berg, salt to taste, ¼ tsp black pepper, ½ tsp chili powder, 1 tbsp mustard paste and 3 tbsp mayonnaise. Now put a little cheese mixture on each bread slice, cover with another slice. Toast in a grill pan with a little butter or mayonnaise until golden brown. Now cut into wedges and serve with ketchup.

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AL-BAIK CHICKEN 30 Minutes 2-4 People

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RECIPE METHOD Wash and drain the chicken well. Using a fork, prick the chicken pieces all over. Now marinate chicken pieces with flour, corn flour, ginger paste, garlic paste, soya sauce, vinegar, lemon juice, chili powder, ground cinnamon, paprika, Chinese salt and black pepper powder. Cover with cling film and put the bowl in the refrigerator for at least 4 hours, preferably overnight. Next, mix half a cup of flour with half tsp. salt and half tsp. chili powder. Put this in a plastic bag. Now, 2 pieces at a time, put the chicken in the flour bag and shake to make sure each piece is well coated with the flour. This helps give the chicken a perfect rough and crispy surface. Heat oil on high, add the chicken pieces without crowding the pan. You can do them in 2-3 batches. Lower the heat and deep-fry each batch for about 15 minutes, making sure to turn the chicken pieces once or twice in the oil in order to get them golden on all sides.

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Chicken, cut into 8 pieces 1 Egg beaten1 All-purpose flour2 tbsp Corn flour2 tbsp Ginger paste1 tsp Garlic paste1 tbsp Soya sauce1 tbsp Vinegar1 tsp Lemon juice1 tbsp Red chili powder1 tsp

Cinnamon powder1 tsp Paprika1 tbsp Saltto taste Chinese salt½ tsp Black pepper powder½ tsp For Coating Flour½ cup Salt½ tsp Chili powder½ tsp

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FRUIT YOGURT DELIGHT 30 Minutes 2-3 People

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RECIPE METHOD Yogurt½ kg Strawberry Jelly powder2 packets Condensed Milk 1 tin Fresh Cream2 packets Fruit Cocktail1 tin Geletin 1 tbsp

RECIPE INGREDIENTS Take a big bowl and add in ½ kg yogurt. Add in 2 packets jelly powder, 1 tin condensed milk and 2 packet fresh cream. Beat I well. Add in 1 tbsp gelatin in 2 tbsp water dissolve it and add it in 2 tbsp water. Mix in yogurt. Freeze it for an hour and serve after garnishing it with 1 tin fruit cocktail 61


Tendy Trends

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There's nothing like the a in the shops to perk us up It's always very tempting to ru looks you see, but to ensure y funds on random purchases, w shopping on your behalf. Snap up some of our top 10 b below you'll have the perfect through to the warmer mont about it.

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BUYS FOR /SUMMER

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arrival of new season clothes p. un out and buy the first spring you don't end up frittering away we've done a bit of window

buys for spring/summer 2014 capsule wardrobe to take you ths. Just try not to be too smug

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Pleats Please The pleated skirt was everywhere. Of course, pleats have been around for a while but you can bring the trend bang up to date for spring by opting for a knife pleat in an iridescent fabric. This skirt is perfect.

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Broad Brush Strokes Prada, Chanel and Celine all got the Pantone charts and paint pots out for the new season, with murals adorning dresses and paint daubed across smock shirts and jackets. Get the look with this colourful shirt, which will look great with some cigarette trousers in the office or jeans at the weekend.

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Bermuda/City Shorts Bermuda shorts featured on many of the catwalks and will be perfect worn with your pool sliders and bomber jacket, or with a 90s spaghetti strap top when it's warm. Alternatively, go for these more formal, floral city shorts from Hobbs (very similar to those seen at Mulberry), which will look amazing with the coordinating jacket for a summer wedding, or with a shirt for the office.

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Sweet Like Candy Who can forget Burberry's candy striped show finale under falling rose petals back in September? Those pastel lace separates and embellished trench coats will no doubt be much imitated on the high street. Be the first to wear the trend in this cute tee and pencil skirt from Red Herring at Debenhams. Wear with silver block heels and pop on a mint green boyfriend coat for cold days.

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Sheer Brilliance Sheer fabrics were used by designers from Preen to Calvin Klein and Fyodor Golan. This black skirt with a sheer panel at the bottom from Next is an easy way of accessing this look without baring a little too much. Wear with a sweatshirt on cooler days or a boxy crop top for summer.

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The Shirt Dress We left the SS14 shows at London Fashion Week with one over-riding thought: we need a shirt dress for spring. We loved Holly Fulton's printed floorsweeping versions and the relaxed, beach ready.

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Movies

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s well as fleshing out the back story of Persian king Xerxes (Rodrigo Santoro), it'll also deal with the enormous naval battle between that leader's people and the Greek forces, lead by Themistocles (Sullivan Stapleton). Also getting in on the action is Eva Green's Artemisia, a fearsome Greek queen with a reputation in battle. Based on Frank Miller's latest graphic novel Xerxes, and told in the breathtaking visual style

of the blockbuster 300, this new chapter of the epic saga takes the action to a fresh battlefield-on the sea-as Greek general Themistokles attempts to unite all of Greece by leading the charge that will change the course of the war. "300: Rise of an Empire" pits Themistokles against the massive invading Persian forces led by mortal-turned-god Xerxes, and Artemisia, vengeful commander of the Persian navy

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300 RISE OF EMPIRE 300 Rise Of An Empire is the sequel to Zack Snyder's Spartan epic, and it's set before, during and after the events of that stylishly gory film

The Battle of Artemisium was a naval engagement, concurrent with the battle of Thermopylae, and was fought between an alliance of Greek city-states and the Persian Empire in September 480 BC, in the straits between the mainland and the northern tip of the island of Euboea (modern Evvia). The film will probably also focus, in part, on the Battle of Salamis, in which Artemisia played a major role, as well as possibly the Battle of Marathon. Salamis (home of the mythical hero Ajax) fought once the Persian Empire had advanced into southern Greece and occupied Athens. The film will also cover some of the backstory of Xerxes, and will explain how he became "the god King"

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Movies

NEED FOR SPEED Tobey is set on revenge with plans to take down Dino in the high-stakes De Leon race

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he story chronicles a nearimpossible cross-country race against time one that begins as a mission for revenge, but proves to be one of redemption. In a last attempt to save his struggling garage, blue-collar mechanic Tobey Marshall (Aaron Paul)—who with his team skill fully builds and races muscle cars on the side—reluctantly partners with wealthy, arrogant ex-NASCAR driver Dino Brewster (Dominic Cooper). Just as a major sale to car broker Julia Bonet (Imogen Poots) looks like it will save the business, a disastrous, unsanctioned race results in Dino framing Tobey for manslaughter.

Two years later and fresh out of prison,Tobey is set on revenge with plans to take down Dino in the high-stakes De Leon race—the Super Bowl of underground racing. To get there in time,Tobey must run a high-octane, action-packed gauntlet, dodging cops coast-tocoast and dealing with fallout from a dangerous bounty Dino put on his car. With his loyal crew and the surprisingly resourceful Julia as allies, Tobey defies odds at every turn and proves that even in the flashy world of exotic supercars, the underdog can still finish first.

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amza Ali Abbasi has established himself as a capable movie film maker and an lovable actor, is currently geared up along with her next film venture, Kambakht, when the goodish success of his earlier comes, particularly Mudhouse and therefore the Golden Doll. whereas talking concerning his New

project, Abbasi discovered that the film holds a top quality humor, creating it as associate degree special 'edition' of the comedy films that square measure created in Pakistan. Kambakht Pakistani action comedy film directed by Hamza Ali Abbasi produced by Ayaad Ibrahim and Sharmeen Khan. Film

stars Humayun Saeed, Shafqat Cheema, Sheheryar Munawar Siddiqui, Sohai Ali Abro and others.

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comedy film directed by Hamza Ali Abbasi produced by Ayaad Ibrahim and Sharmeen Khan

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ulaab Gang movie is based on Gulabi Gang, a group of Indian women vigilantes and activists dressed in pink saris, fighting against the social injustice and operating in the Bundelkhand region of central India. Gulaab Gang is a Hindi drama film directed by a debutant director Soumik Sen and produced by Anubhav Sinha, featuring Madhuri Dixit and Juhi Chawla in the lead roles.

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HAPPY ENDING

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he upcoming film Happy Ending will be moving around the story of a girl and her journey. The film is an experimental and edgy film of 90 minutes. The film is situated in 4 day time span. Once again Saif and Preity is coming together.

The film is an experimental and edgy film of 90 minutes

The film is starring Saif Ali Khan, Ileana Dcruz, Govinda and Preity Zinta. The film is directed by Krishna DK and Raj Nidimoru. The film is coming to your nearby theatres on 28 Mar 2014.

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anada won their fourth consecutive Olympic women's ice hockey gold medal with a 3-2 overtime win over the United States at the Sochi Games on Thursday. The win capped an undefeated run in Sochi for a Canadian team that have won four of the five gold medals awarded since women's ice hockey made its debut at the 1998 Nagano Games. Switzerland beat Sweden earlier on Thursday to claim bronze.

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