Thursday, July 29, 2010

Unseen pics of Dhoni and Sakshi
Unseen pics of Dhoni and SakshiUnseen pics of Dhoni and Sakshi

Lingerie gets men's pulses racing!

Lingerie gets men's pulses racing!
The next time you want to men’s heartbeat to uproar with zest then just seduce your Mr. Right with foreplay in Lingerie, and make him bow down your knees for sexual pleasure as a new study reveals that women's lingerie gets male shoppers' pulses racing.
But, when it comes to women, it's the sight of sparkly evening dresses or a glamorous pair of shoes that do the trick.
The study, which was conducted by Debenhams in a bid to establish in which department customers get the most enthusiastic, used monitor devices to track the heart rates of 1,000 shoppers, reports The Daily Express.
And the study of customers aged 20 to 40 revealed stark differences between what gets the pulses racing for the two sexes.
Lingerie topped the list of goods that boosted men's heart rates, followed by high-tech TVs and sound systems.
Debenhams spokesman Ed Watson said: "It seems men enjoy buying something special for their loved ones."
The shopping climax comes late for men it's all about closing the deal at the till."

Double ton by Sachin as test is heading for a tame draw

Sachin Tendulkar hits another double ton

In his yet another masterly knock, Sachin Tendulkar hit adouble ton (203) and Suresh Raina scored his maiden century as India surpassed Sri Lanka`s first innings total with a solid batting display in the second cricket Test which is heading for a tame draw here today.

Tendulkar took little over five to score his fifth double century as India cruised to 669 for nine at close on the penultimate day in response to Sri Lanka`s first innings total of 642 for four declared.

Debutant Raina scored 120 while captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni (76) was the other notable performer for the Indians.

Ishant Sharma (10) and last man Pragyan Ojha (0) were at the crease at stumps with India having a slender lead of 27 runs.

With just one day left, it is almost certain that the match will end in a draw. In case of a draw, India will

maintain their status as the number one Test team in the ICC rankings.

It was Tendulkar again who stole the spotlight as he notched up his fifth double century and featured in a 256-run partnership for the fifth wicket with debutant Raina which proved to be the backbone of

India`s resistance.

The senior statesman of world cricket was a picture of concentration as he steered India to safety with a masterly knock which spanned almost four sessions.

Raina became the 12th debutant century maker for India and was involved in a record fifth wicket partnership with Tendulkar.

Aamir Khan, the highest tax payer in Bollywood

Aamir Khan, the highest tax payer in Bollywood

While Bollywood Monarch Aamir Khan has been repeating time and again that he is not in a race to become the highest tax payer, he has paid more tax than his Bollywood colleagues for financial year of 2009-10. Fresh from his 48th ton in Colombo, Sachin Tendulkar paid a tax of `6.8 crore.

According to sources, most Bollywood actors paid less than the previous year. For example, Akshay Kumar’s latest tax outgo is `18 crore, which is 41% lower than the tax he paid in the previous assessment. Continuing with Aamir Khan, he has recently told Ms. Anurradha Prasad in her popular TV show ` Aamne-Samne` that he is not at all in the race to become highest tax payer. He has paid staggering Rs 12.90 crore. It is more than any other Bollywood star.

Shah Rukh Khan has paid far less than last year; at `9.5 crore, his tax payment was 70% less than the previous year. Reigning superstar Aamir Khan, who is in the limelight for a series of successful movies, is the only actor who paid more than his previous records. A tax outgo of `12.89 crore shows Aamir paid about 12% more than previous year. Hrithik Roshan and Salman Khan saw a steep fall in their tax payments. While Hrithik paid `6.5 crore, half of last year’s payments, Salman Khan with `5.5-crore tax outgo, was paying 60% less.

They are: Dilipkumar Lekhi at `9.75 crore (up 147%), Vishinda Diamond at `13.3 crore (up 96%) Deepak & Co paid `14.25 crore (up 137%), Shree Ramkrishna Exports’ tax outgo stood at `14.25 crore (up 307%) and Ankit Gems at `5.85 crore (up 135%).

Raina first since Viru to hit ton on debut

Middle order batsman Suresh Raina on Thursday became the first Indian player since Virender Sehwag to hit a century on his Test debut on day four of the second Test against Sri Lanka here.

Raina, who started the day on his overnight score of 66, brought up his ton with a four off Damnika Prasad in the 126th over of the Indian innings. He is also the third left-hander to score 100 on debut after Surendra Amarnath and Sourav Ganguly and the 12th overall.

Raina, who has had to wait for a long time to get a chance in Test cricket, has made it count in the first go itself. With this knock, he is sure to be picked for the third and final Test of this series.

What is interesting to note is that both the debut centurions for India in the last decade played alongside Sachin Tendulkar and hit tons in tough situations.

In 2001, Sehwag had come to the crease as India struggled at 68/4 before Tendulkar showed him the way with a brilliant 155 off a mere 184 deliveries. Playing alongside his idol, Sehwag scored 105 runs and the two put on 220 runs for the fifth-wicket partnership.

Raina's ton too has come playing at the same position in the batting order. He joined Tendulkar after the fall of VVS Laxman's wicket with the scoreboard reading 241/4 and added 141 runs on day three.

Raina and Tendulkar put on a 256-run partnership before the southpaw was dismissed for 120.

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