Behind the glitz and glamour of Bollywood, lies a dark reality 0SHARES Share Tweet Email PHOTO: INDIA TODAY Behind the glitz and glamour of Bollywood, lies a dark reality. Over the years, Bollywood has seen its fair share of tragedies that come hand in hand with fame like a coin with two sides. Here are some of the most mysterious deaths of Indian celebrities that shook the entire world: 1. Sridevi The recipient of five Filmfare Awards and a renowned superstar, Sridevi, died at the age of 54 on February 24, 2019. Initially reported to have passed away due to a cardiac arrest at her nephew’s wedding in Dubai, it has now been revealed that she drowned in her hotel room’s bathtub following loss of consciousness according to the Dubai post-mortem report. PHOTO: INDIAN EXPRESS How the original report of a cardiac arrest and the listing of an accidental drowning are linked is not yet known. More light will be shed on the true occurrence of the … [Read more...] about 6 Bollywood’s most controversial deaths
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KOJIMA PRODUCTION'S first game plans to break new ground and exceed your expectations of everything you'd want from the creator of Metal Gear Solid. Here's everything we know about the game so far. By Dom Peppiatt / Published 13th August 2018 SONY Death Stranding E3 News: PS4 Release date, Hideo Kojima updates, NEW Sony game trailer DS Death Stranding - Coming to The Game Awards 2018? Our next look at Hideo Kojima's Death Stranding could be coming at 2018's The Game Awards.The show's host - Geoff Keighley - posted an update to Twitter that read "Presenting plans to my friend", with a picture of Hideo Kojima attached. Their relationship is so wholesome.Kojima showed a new trailer for the game at last year's show, so that sort of sets a precedent. Keighley is (in)famously enamoured with Kojima, so it makes sense that the presenter will want to secure a trailer debut from the creator for his awards.Stay tuned - we expect to hear plenty more later this year. Death … [Read more...] about Death Stranding: PS4 Release date news, Hideo Kojima updates, E3 gameplay trailer, rumours
Child-friendlyMajorca, Spain The largest of Spain's Balearic Islands, with an appealing climate and short flight time, Majorca is an obvious choice for families with younger children. Throw in the soft sandy beaches, particularly Alcudia, Puerto Pollensa and Cala Bona, sheltered coves and limestone mountains, and fine Roman and Moorish remains, and this becomes an all-ages' favourite. Visit the Moorish Almudaina royal palace and 13th Century Santa Maria Cathedral, and the stone-built villages of Pollenca and Fornalutx. Try tumbet, a delicious local dish of fried aubergines, potatoes, red peppers and tomatoes, along with ensaimada, a pastry made with pork lard (sorry vegetarians!). Stay at one of TUI's three Family Life resorts. The four-star Mallorca Mar is right on the seafront, with rooms that include kitchenettes and a balcony or terrace. www.tuiholidays.ie Cantabria, Spain Northern Spain is still relatively low-key as a holiday destination. Which is just the way the Cantabrians … [Read more...] about 50 best holidays for 2019: Get your trips started here!
New Year live: World welcomes 2019 BelfastTelegraph.co.uk Celebrations to welcome 2019 are well under way, with the clock striking midnight in various cities around the world. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/world-news/new-year-live-world-welcomes-2019-37669275.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/world-news/article37669269.ece/c0ba9/AUTOCROP/h342/bpanews_7fb60914-b3be-4e45-bb10-2b3824cd1066_1 Email Celebrations to welcome 2019 are well under way, with the clock striking midnight in various cities around the world. New Zealand Tens of thousands gathered around Sky Tower in Auckland, New Zealand’s biggest city, as fireworks exploded from the top of the 1,076ft structure. Across the southern hemisphere nation, thousands took to beaches and streets, becoming among the first in the world to usher in 2019. Fireworks boomed and crackled above city centres and harbours. Sydney A thunderstorm drenched tens of thousands of people as they gathered for … [Read more...] about New Year live: World welcomes 2019
A cave filled with crystals, a museum of smells, a mysterious forest of 100-year-old yew trees, Spain’s most photogenic beach and a multi-colored waterfall – we give you a taste of some of the country’s most striking destinations. 1. Jewels of nature The Pulpí geode, Almería The giant geode of Pulpí is one of the biggest of its kind, discovered 20 years ago by a group of spelunkers inside an old 50-meter-deep silver mine. The geode itself, which is eight meters long, three wide and almost two high, is covered by massive selenite prisms of startling clarity. The site will be opened to the public this year. 2. Crafts Sotosalbos, Segovia In 2012, biologist Elena Goded Rambaud snapped up the ruins of the Santa María de la Sierra monastery near Sotosalbos and fashioned an ultra modern space for her Ábbatte project, which involves a team of local artisans who use ancient techniques to weave rugs, shawls, blankets and other textiles as well as … [Read more...] about Striking Spanish getaways for 2019