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This is the moment a British tourist is arrested over the death of a Thai prostitute who plunged five floors to her death as they had ‘’extravagant” sex on a balcony.

Police pounced on Reece Vella, 25, at 4pm yesterday (January 7) following the death of bar worker Wannipa Janhuathon, 26, in the early hours of Saturday morning in Pattaya, Thailand.

The prostitute suffered severe head injuries and multiple fractures after falling naked along with a half-empty packet of sex drugs from an apartment.

Police searched the empty room – finding clothes and used condoms – then began a manhunt for the foreign tourist amid suspicions that he had fled the scene following the death of the woman.

Heavily-built Vella, from Birmingham, was arrested yesterday afternoon at the nearby Route CC Roadhouse bar and was filmed producing two mobile phones from his pockets – one of which police claim was Wannipa’s handset.

In footage from the arrest, the tourist – who arrived in Thailand between three and four months ago – is heard asking to be un-cuffed before laughing as he says: ‘’Can I have a cigarette now?’’.

He later admitted to police that he had taken the woman back to his rented room and ‘’had sex in the bedroom then on the balcony before she fell.’’ He then said he was ‘’distraught’’ and returned to a different hotel.

Police Lieutenant Narong Chantra, deputy head of investigations at Pattaya Police, said Vella had been arrested on suspicion of ‘’negligence causing others to die’’ and fled the scene in a panic knowing his visa was expired.

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Dr. Emily Gibson has begged to end the ‘war on pubic hair’. Apparently waxing and shaving can be dangerous to your health!

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Sorry ladies, or should we say men? Who knows. Over the past decade, have a bare ‘down there’ has been rising in popularity. Don’t believe us? Just look at the next crotch-shot of any train. The rising popularity in shaving and bikini waxing has inspired Gibson to ask women everywhere to end the ‘war on pubes’. Riveting stuff, right?

Those of you who like to keep a clean landscape down there may be in danger of infection and even STDs, according to a post from Dr. Gibson. She says microscopic cuts created by shaving can introduce all sorts of bacteria. Prrrretty sexy.

Other specialists are firing back, stating that keeping yourself, well, kempt may actually be good for your confidence and sexual health. We want to know what you think about this very important matter. Ugh, too bad the ladies from Sex and the City aren’t here to guide us through the huge dilemma!

South Korean women, who were forced to serve as sex slaves for the Japanese army during World War ll, continue urging the Japanese government for an apology and compensation.

Almost every week for more than 17 years, Korean women who were kept in brothels have gathered outside the Japanese Embassy in Seoul to provide what they say is a living reminder of a dark chapter in Japan’s past.

[Yoon Mi-hyang, Protester]:
“Since we started this rally, we’ve met 234 victims. And already 147 have died without having the problem solved. Now only 87 are alive. I hope we can solve the matter so that these women left can live with peace-of-mind before they die.”

Eighty-three-year-old Gil Won-ok braved the cold weather to let the world know that they’re still fighting to get an apology from the Japanese government.

[Gil Won-ok, Former Comfort Woman]:
“I’ve always wanted for them to tell the truth. If the truth is told, there will be no way to not compensate and apologize for them. I want the truth to be unveiled.”

Tokyo has refused to pay direct compensation to any of the estimated 200,000 mostly Asian women who were forced to work in its military brothels before and during World War Two, saying all claims were settled by subsequent peace treaties.

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NORTH CAROLINA — Two new studies have found a correlation between cell phone radiation and cancer in lab rats.
Smartphones emit non-ionizing radiation, measured in radio-frequency, RF, energy.

It’s accepted high doses of ionizing radiation, such as x-rays, CT scans and nuclear power plants cause cancer, according to Scientific American.

However, it’s still unclear if long-term exposure to non-ionizing radiation can cause cancer.
Researchers from the U.S. National Toxicology Program tested 3,000 rats and mice of both sexes for two years, while European scientists at the Ramazzini Institute in Italy studied 2,500 rats from fetal stage to death.

The studies found that prolonged exposure to even low levels of RF radiation cause male rats to develop rare heart tumors called schwannoma, which affects a neuron called a Schwann cell.

In the Ramazzini study, researchers also found a weaker link between RF exposure and glial cell cancer in the brain of female rats.

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Vikram Bhatt’s web series ‘Maaya’ spoke on a topic that many would be uncomfortable to deal with and stared Shama Sikander in the leads. Now the second season of the same has been released that talks about another taboo topic of that of lesbian love or same sex love. ‘Kumkum Bhagya’ famed Leena Jumani who will feature in a bold avatar in ‘Maaya 2’ says they are trying to portray that it’s a love story that can happen between any gender.

Veere Di Wedding | Full Hindi 2018 Bollywood Movie | Kareena Kapoor, Sonam Kapoor

Story:

Kalindi (Kareena Kapoor Khan), Avni (Sonam Kapoor Ahuja), Sakshi (Swara Bhasker) and Meera (Shikha Talsania) are childhood friends. Kalindi and Rishabh (Sumeet Vyas) are getting married, and the four gal pals come together for their veere’s wedding. But of course, there can be no shaadi without showsha and a lot of drama. This wedding celebration brings out skeletons from the closet, unspoken truths and some harsh realities as well.

Review:

Four friends dealing with life, love, marriage and heartbreak isn’t an unheard of concept. But what makes ‘Veere Di Wedding’ a unique prospect is that here the pack of performers, is led by four ladies who make their choices, stand by them and have the guts to live their life the they want. There’s nothing holding back these gutsy girls. They speak their mind with fearless abandon, while they’re talking about sex before marriage, the lack of it post marriage, about orgasms and sex toys. They giggle and laugh over it and analyse their own situations in life with a certain objectivity, which many may or may not agree with. It’s refreshing to see a film present its women characters, in not just a progressive light, but also with umpteen flaws and cracks. It gives them the freedom to make mistakes and move on and that’s the beauty of it. These girls are unabashed using cuss words to express their angst or get high and happy to let their hair down. They don’t feel compelled to explain themselves or justify their actions, and that is one of the highlights of the film.

The story introduces you to the four characters and sheds light on their complexities. Kalindi can’t come to terms with the idea of marriages and the other challenges that come with it. She’s just going with flow because she’s in love. Avni can’t seem to find a soul mate though her nagging mom (Neena Gupta) is desperately trying to find her a suitable matrimonial match. Sakshi is a little too fiery to be tamed by relationships and Meera is married to a firang and they have a young child, but her marriage isn’t a cake walk either.

The best part of Director’s Shashanka Ghosh’s ‘Veere Di Wedding’ is the vibe that these veeres share and their conversational chemistry. They are like any four millennial girls who live their life carefree. But what the story could have done with is a little more depth in each character, which would make the audience feel for them. Here, you understand their complexities but don’t really become a part of their journey. There are some superb laugh-out-loud moments though, and some of the best dialogues are delivered effortlessly. A little more detailing in writing, could have added more heart to the story. While the conversations are engrossing, a lot of time is lost in the girls’ chatter as the movie doesn’t quite move forward.

Kalindi’s story is at the centre of it all and gradually other characters and their sagas unfold. Son

Veere Di Wedding | Full Hindi 2018 Bollywood Movie | Kareena Kapoor, Sonam Kapoor

Story:

Kalindi (Kareena Kapoor Khan), Avni (Sonam Kapoor Ahuja), Sakshi (Swara Bhasker) and Meera (Shikha Talsania) are childhood friends. Kalindi and Rishabh (Sumeet Vyas) are getting married, and the four gal pals come together for their veere’s wedding. But of course, there can be no shaadi without showsha and a lot of drama. This wedding celebration brings out skeletons from the closet, unspoken truths and some harsh realities as well.

Review:

Four friends dealing with life, love, marriage and heartbreak isn’t an unheard of concept. But what makes ‘Veere Di Wedding’ a unique prospect is that here the pack of performers, is led by four ladies who make their choices, stand by them and have the guts to live their life the they want. There’s nothing holding back these gutsy girls. They speak their mind with fearless abandon, while they’re talking about sex before marriage, the lack of it post marriage, about orgasms and sex toys. They giggle and laugh over it and analyse their own situations in life with a certain objectivity, which many may or may not agree with. It’s refreshing to see a film present its women characters, in not just a progressive light, but also with umpteen flaws and cracks. It gives them the freedom to make mistakes and move on and that’s the beauty of it. These girls are unabashed using cuss words to express their angst or get high and happy to let their hair down. They don’t feel compelled to explain themselves or justify their actions, and that is one of the highlights of the film.

The story introduces you to the four characters and sheds light on their complexities. Kalindi can’t come to terms with the idea of marriages and the other challenges that come with it. She’s just going with flow because she’s in love. Avni can’t seem to find a soul mate though her nagging mom (Neena Gupta) is desperately trying to find her a suitable matrimonial match. Sakshi is a little too fiery to be tamed by relationships and Meera is married to a firang and they have a young child, but her marriage isn’t a cake walk either.

The best part of Director’s Shashanka Ghosh’s ‘Veere Di Wedding’ is the vibe that these veeres share and their conversational chemistry. They are like any four millennial girls who live their life carefree. But what the story could have done with is a little more depth in each character, which would make the audience feel for them. Here, you understand their complexities but don’t really become a part of their journey. There are some superb laugh-out-loud moments though, and some of the best dialogues are delivered effortlessly. A little more detailing in writing, could have added more heart to the story. While the conversations are engrossing, a lot of time is lost in the girls’ chatter as the movie doesn’t quite move forward.

Kalindi’s story is at the centre of it all and gradually other characters and their sagas unfold. Son