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Dig into some secrets about men

Dig into some secrets about men

Most women has curiosity to know about their men's fertility? Men play a role in fertility problems 40 per cent of the time, and interestingly, You just need to keep an eye out for these positive signs.

His stomach is flat.

When it comes to conceiving testosterone, a key hormone,gets broken down by fat cells that build up around a guy’s middle. So if he has a spare tire, his testosterone supply—and baby-making abilities—will be more depleted.

Body made up of steel

To build muscles men needs testosterone, so a well ripped body signals high fertility.

Hairy but not at right place.

Men with mega amount of testosterone are mostly found to be having male pattern baldness.

Penis in right order.

Note where his urethra (the hole at the end of his asset) is located. in order to send sperm swimming in the right direction it should be right at the tip

Sperm been confirm

The cloudier his semen, the more sperm it’s likely to contain. Also, it should be viscous: A gooey consistency prevents sperm from leaking out.

What his Ball says.

Sperm is produced in the testicles and the bigger they are, the more sperm he’ll crank out. The size of each testicles should be of a whole walnut. An unusually soft or small testicle means reduced fertility.

A man well knows when she have orgasms

1. High moaning and such sounds

2. Dental impression from shoulder.

3. She starts breathing really hard and fast

4. Legs twitch and jerk for a good 10 seconds before she collapses.

Score points with his crew

Adding your guys’ friends to your fan club is great for your relationship too.

1. Break out the lowbrow chow.

Connect one-on-one.

Guys are used to being treated like a mob of troublemakers by wives and girlfriends. Show that you view them as individuals, not a collective threat, by asking each of them a few questions about their interests. So they’ll see you as a person, not just the girlfriend.

Take off after 30 minutes.

Drive home the fact that you have no desire to cut into dude bonding by ducking out to do your own thing. You’ll leave them plenty of time to discuss how lucky your guy is to have a non-ball-busting woman like you in his life.

How his height shapes him

What a man’s height says about his personality

Tall dudes are more likely to be…

Popular: They are readily accepted into a group

Happy: According to the National Bureau of Economic Research tall men report higher levels of life satisfaction.

Short guys are more likely to be…

sensitive: They develop this part of their personality to appeal more to women.

Sexual Dynamos: Shorties are attentive because they’ve had to work harder to attract and keep women.

Katie wants to pose for Victoria's Secret

British Model Katie Price says her ambition is to model for well-known lingerie brand Victoria's Secret.
Price, also known as Jordan, is keen to get back into modelling and thinks she could be a good fit for the US-based lingerie giant, reports contactmusic.
"Um, I don't know. Obviously if the right deal came along I'd be there - Victoria's Secret, eat your heart out. Although I don't think I'm in that league, actually," Price said on being asked if she wants to continue her modeling career.
Though she isn't sure if she will get a chance to pose for Victoria's Secret anytime soon, Price would love to return to underwear modeling.
"I'll definitely do underwear again - lots of people keep asking me. But there's no rush, look, in some ways I've had a bad year. But now it's all picking up and everything is going great. So things will progress and happen, definitely," added the 32-year-old.
Models, who have walked the catwalk in revealing underwear for Victoria's Secret in the past, include Miranda Kerr, Gisele Bundchen and Heidi Klum.

Give intelligence on Al Qaeda: US to Pak

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has asked Pakistan to give US intelligence on Al Qaeda and its elusive leader Osama bin Laden as it's personal between her and the terror group.
"I want those guys," she said. "I assume somebody in this (Pakistani) government, from top to bottom, does know where bin Laden is, and I'd like to know too," Clinton told Fox News Channel from Kabul where she is convening an international donors conference on Afghanistan.
"It's not yet what I want to be," Clinton said of US-Pakistani cooperation against Al Qaeda. "Having been a senator from New York on 9/11, I want those guys - I mean, I will not be satisfied until we get them," said Clinton, who spent the weekend in Pakistan shoring up frayed relations.
Clinton also noted Pakistan's internal political problems in moving against Pakistani elements of the Taliban who are believed to be sheltering Al Qaeda. But she added that the US would stay in the region for the long-term to provide support.
"This is tough," Clinton said. "I'm not going to sit here and tell you that it's not, but boy, do I think it would be a mistake to walk away."
Clinton added: "We've done that. We have walked away from both Pakistan and Afghanistan in the past, with all the consequences we're well aware of."

'Militants in Pak get official patronage'

The interrogation of Pakistani-American David Coleman Headley, who helped the Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) in plotting the 2008 Mumbai terror attack, points to official patronage of terror groups, National Security Adviser (NSA) Shivshankar Menon said on Tuesday.
Without naming Pakistan, Menon said the nexus had left no room for India to be optimistic as the link was growing "stronger".
"It has been brought to us through Headley that there are clear links between militants and official establishments. It is that nexus with existing intelligence agencies that makes it much a harder phenomenon for us to deal with and suggest it won't be broken soon," Menon said, addressing a conference on terrorism here.
He said the information that Indian investigating agencies have and deal with suggest that the link "is getting stronger".
The interrogation of Headley proved "our worst fears have come true and the situation is as bad as we thought", Menon said in his brief speech at the conference on 'Countering terrorism in South Asia: Perspective from US and India' organised by the Observer Research Foundation (ORF) and the US-based Heritage Foundation.
Stating that "there is less possibility of being optimistic", the NSA said the traditional definition of terror groups in South Asia has become obsolete in the wake of these outfits merging to conduct operations.
"The other aspect that is coming from it is how over times in the last few years these terror groups in South Asia have got fused, they are training together, using the same communication," Menon said.
"The traditional distinction of these terror groups has become meaningless," he said, referring to Pakistan's "good" Taliban and "bad" Taliban theory.
Menon is the second high ranking Indian official to talk about official patronage militant groups receive in Pakistan.
Earlier on the eve of the India-Pakistan talks in Islamabad last week, Home Secretary G.K. Pillai had said that the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) had a "much more significant role" to play in the Mumbai mayhem and that the Pakistani spy agency was "literally controlling and coordinating the attacks from the beginning till the end".
Headley, who is in a Chicago jail, was interrogated by Indian investigators, including sleuths from the National Investigation Agency (NIA), last month.

Gulf of Mexico: Leak in oil well capped

Leaking US oil well capped; tests to show how effectively
The most ambitious attempt yet to halt the oil gushing from the floor of the Gulf of Mexico was underway as a new, tight-fitting cap was successfully placed on the damaged wellhead, oil company BP Plc's undersea video feed showed.
US Coast Guard Admiral Thad Allen, the presidentially appointed national incident commander, said "significant progress has been made" in the so-called capping stack installation, which contains a series of valves and was installed late on Monday.

Starting early on Tuesday, BP engineers plan to begin closing the new valves, gradually raising pressure in the well, Allen said. The tests are intended to show if the wellhead is able to withstand the pressure of a complete or partial shutdown.

If not, the new cap should at least allow much improved collection of oil from the leaking well.
The tests could take from 6 to 48 hours or more, Allen said.

Meanwhile, BP is drilling a relief well that it hopes would intersect the existing well shaft next month, allowing a permanent closure of the well.

The leak has spewed massive undersea pollution for three months and caused oil to wash up in nearby Louisiana and other states on the eastern Gulf Coast.

The US government on Monday took another stab at suspending deepwater oil drilling even as it defended an earlier moratorium that was overturned last month by a federal judge.

US Interior Secretary Kenneth Salazar ordered a new, six-month suspension of deepwater drilling aimed at preventing another leak.

The order makes minor changes to a May 27 moratorium, by allowing some operations to resume if companies demonstrate they can do so safely.

It also lifted earlier depth restrictions. The first moratorium, contested in court by oil companies and operators, only applied to wells at depths greater than 150 meters.

Shallow water operations could continue because they use different, safer technology, the government said.

"I am basing my decision on evidence that grows every day of the industry's inability in the deepwater to contain a catastrophic blowout, respond to an oil spill and to operate safely," Salazar said.

The newest moratorium brought protests from the American Petroleum Institute, which warned it would cost jobs and "weaken our nation's energy security".

It said 33 deepwater drilling rigs in the Gulf of Mexico were sitting idle even though they passed government inspections.

At the leak site, BP was aiming for the 5-metre, 75-tonne cylinder newly installed atop the well to funnel all of the estimated 30,000 to 60,000 barrels of oil leaking daily up to tanker ships.

"You can think of it as this great big faucet that we're going to slowly crank down and turn off the flow and then check the pressure over a period of time," BP spokesman Steve Rinehart told The Washington Post.

If the pressure climbs, BP engineers were optimistic they could capture the entire outflow. But flat or low pressure would be a bad sign.

"If the pressure were lower, it could mean the oil is escaping somewhere else," said Doug Suttles , who oversees oil exploration for BP.

Since April, a series of attempts by BP to contain the oil flow have failed, amid the complexity of fixing a ruptured wellhead at unprecedented ocean depths.

The Deepwater Horizon rig, which exploded April 20 and killed 11 workers had drilled a well estimated to stretch at least 4,500 metres beneath the wellhead on the seafloor, which is 1,500 metres below the sea surface.

Saina ready for World Championships

Saina ready for World Championships
Star shuttler Saina Nehwal will lead India's challenge in the World Championship in Paris in August.
The nine-member squad includes Aditi Mutatkar, Jwala Gutta, Ashwini Ponnappa, Chetan Anand, Parupalli Kashyap, Sanave Thomas, V Diju and Rupesh Kumar.

Pullela Gopichand will be the chief coach.

Announcing the squad, Badminton Association of India president VK Verma hoped that Saina, the youngest Indian captain, will inspire the team to perform well.

Saina, who is World No 3, said she will not be under pressure.

"Badminton is an individual game. Each one is responsible for himself. We have strong players. I have followed their performance in the Singapore Open. Everyone is on the same wavelength. I will focus on my game and ensure that I do well," Saina told reporters.

"It is just the playing environment which will be different in the World Championships. I will have my team cheering for me and I, in turn, will be there for them," he said.

Saina, who last month won three titles in as many weeks, including two Super Series events, was felicitated by the Badminton Association of India (BAI) and national team sponsor Premier Brands for her achievement here Tuesday. She was presented 20 gold coins, synonymous with her age.

Premier Brands chairman Suresh Kumar said they will be presenting 101 gold coins to Saina if she performs well in the World Championships.

Saina lost in the quarterfinals of the World Championships at Hyderabad last year.

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