Oscars 2012 Pictures

Oscars 2012 Pictures
French actor Jean Dujardin accepts the Oscar for Best Actor for his role in the film "The Artist".

Trisha Childhood Pictures

Trisha Childhood Pictures

Sonia Gandhi Old Pictures

Sonia Gandhi Old Pictures

Sonam Kapoor Childhood Pictures

Sonam Kapoor Childhood Pictures

Shahid Kapoor Childhood Pictures

Shahid Kapoor Childhood Pictures

Sourav Ganguly Childhood Pictures

Sourav Ganguly Childhood Pictures

Saif Ali Khan Childhood Pictures

Saif Ali Khan Childhood Pictures

Rani Mukherjee Childhood Pictures

Rani Mukherjee Childhood Pictures

Ranbeer Kapoor Childhood Pictures

Ranbeer Kapoor Childhood Pictures

Rahul Dravid Childhood Pictures

Rahul Dravid Childhood Pictures

Preity Zinta Childhood Pictures

Preity Zinta Childhood Pictures

Mahatama Gandhi Childhood Pictures

Mahatama Gandhi Childhood Pictures

Lata Mangeshkar Young Pictures

Lata Mangeshkar Young Pictures

Katrina Kaif Childhood Pictures

Katrina Kaif Childhood Pictures

Karan Johar Childhood Pictures

Karan Johar Childhood Pictures

Karan Johar Childhood Pictures

Kapoor's Family Pictures

Prithviraj Kapoor
Prithviraj Kapoor

Ranbir Kapoor Childhood Pictures

Ranbir Kapoor Childhood Pictures

Kareena Kapoor's Child Video

Eva Longoria's Home

Eva Longoria's Home

Halle Berry's Home

Halle Berry's Home

Rihanna's Home $10,000,000

Rihanna's Home  $10,000,000

George Clooney's Italian Luxury Villa

George Clooney's Italian Luxury Villa

Neon Green River

Neon Green River
On December 29, 2010 waters of this river in Goldstream Park, Canada, turned neon green. According to the local Environment Ministry, there was a chemical reaction in the water known as “fluorescein”.

World Biggest Construction Vehicles

World Biggest Construction Vehicles
Krupp Bagger 288

To put it lightly, World's Largest Trencher, the Bagger 288 is a bucket-wheel excavator. But there's nothing light about a 13,500-ton mobile strip miner. The German creation is 721 feet long, 315 feet high, and can clear an area the size of a football field three stories deep - in just one day.

500 Young Boys Dress as Mahatma Gandhi - World Records

500 Young Boys Dress as Mahatma Gandhi - World
The Father of India's children: Nearly 500 young boys dress as Mahatma Gandhi in record-breaking peace march to honour civil rights leader . World record number of children in Gandhi costumes beats previous best by over 200. Dressed in matching skin-coloured caps, round spectacles and grey moustaches, these young children are taking part in a lookalike record attempt like no other.

Amazing Valentine’s Day Bouquet

Amazing Valentine’s Day Bouquet
Most women would be content with a bouquet of flowers on Valentine's Day. But one man in China requested 9,999 red roses before asking for his girlfriend's hand in marriage. And realising his partner's penchant for fashion, Xiao Fan had each blossom carefully stitched together to form a sweeping, floral bridal gown.

World Largest Emerald

World Largest Emerald
The world's largest cut emerald is set to go up for auction - and is expected to fetch $1.15million. The 57,500-carat stone, which is the size of a watermelon. The gem, named Teodora, was found in Brazil and cut in India, before being sold to rare gems dealer Reagan Reaney in Calgary - but there are doubts over whether it is in fact a true emerald.

World's Fattest Man - Keith Martin

Lying in his reinforced bed, 58-stone Keith Martin yesterday defended the estimated £50,000 a year he costs the taxpayer – by comparing himself to others who receive help, such as smokers or injured rock climbers. Believed to be the world’s fattest man, the bed-bound 42-year-old cannot even roll over on his own. He is visited by seven carers a day, who wash and change him in two shifts, plus two nurses every other day who tend to his bed sores.
World's Fattest Man - Keith Martin
Weighty problem: Keith Martin, who eats eight hotdogs for breakfast, is putting extra strain on the NHS.

Cute Pictures

Cute Pictures

Gold Price in India

Gold Price in India

Attack on Politicians

Attack on Politicians

How did the Earth Begin?

How did the Earth Begin?

Around 4.6 billion years ago, neither the Earth nor any of the other planets existed. There was just this vast, dark, very hot cloud of gas and dust swirling around the newly formed Sun. Gradually, the cloud cooled and the gas began to condense into billions of droplets. Slowly these droplets were pulled together into clumps by their own gravity - and they carried on clumping until all the planets, including the Earth, were formed. But it took another half a billion years before the Earth had cooled enough to form a solid crust with and atmosphere around it.

Interesting Facts

Interesting Facts

  • The moon actually has mirrors on it. They were left there by astronauts who wanted to bounce laser beams off them, so that the distance to the moon can be measured.
  • The most abundant metal in the Earth's crust is aluminum.
  • The most collect calls are made on father's day.
  • The most common blood type in the world is Type O. The rarest, Type A-H, has been found in less than a dozen people since the type was discovered.
  • The most common disease in the world is tooth - decay.
  • The most common injury in bowling is a sore thumb.
  • The most common street name in the United States is Second Street. First Street isn't first because many times the designation is replaced with the name Main Street.

Amazing Pictures 2

Amazing Pictures