Entertainment

Tough measures at airports around the world

Airports are adding passenger screenings and taking other precautions to prevent a new virus from being spread by Chinese tourists going abroad for the Lunar New Year holidays.China has imposed an unprecedented, open-ended shutdown of Wuhan, the city of 11 million people where the virus first appeared last month. And it began similar measures in nearby cities Friday to try ... Read More »

How TVs have changed through the decades

Scottish engineer John Logie Baird invented the first working TV in 1924, using any material he could find, such as cardboard, a bicycle lamp, and wax. Baird’s first invention could transmit the outline of an image a few feet away. Read More »

farzaneh Davari Old Actress

Amin Hayai (born June 9, 1970) is a actor. He has won the Crystal Simorgh award for Best Actor at the Fajr International Film Festival. He was married to Mona Bankipour and they have a son, Dara Hayaei. They were divorced, and he is now married to Niloofar Khoshkholgh, who is a actress. Read More »

Cleric voted to be head of billiard bowling and boxing federation

Mr Soltani was voted as head of billiard, bowling and Boxing organization of Khorasan razavi. In bowling, it’s not whether you win or lose, but how many times you get to do a celebratory dance in front of your friends. The sport of Fred and Barney may be easy to pick up, but it doesn’t come with innate knowledge of ... Read More »

Travel to Dubai and what to do

Dubai Fountains is the world’s biggest orchestrated fountains (902 ft long) is another addition to the “world’s first” list of man made structures located in UAE. 25 coloured projectors and 6600 lights is what it takes to create the illumination for these fountains. The beam of lights from the fountain can be seen from over 33 kms away .Located right ... Read More »

World Hug Day and controversial Hugs

National Hug Day or National Hugging Day occurs on January 21st and is officially recognized by the United States Copyright Office, but is not a public holiday. Read More »

The best photos from inside and backstage Guild Awards

Wonderwall.com rounded up the best photos from inside and backstage during the annual celebration of Hollywood’s best performances, starting with this shot of former couple Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston going in for a hug while celebrating their big wins — he won the award for best supporting film actor for his work in “Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood,” ... Read More »

Visual pollution

Causes of visual pollution There are different causes of visual pollution. Among the most frequent we can mention: Excessive use of illuminated billboards and animations on roads. Excessive use of television advertising. Garbage agglomerated in public spaces. Constructions or distortions in natural environments that scare away the fauna of that space. Networks of electrical wiring placed in the cables in ... Read More »

Sony car unveiling

you won’t be able to buy the Sony car. Not any time soon, at least. The company has no plans to mass-produce the Vision-S, the car it surprise-announced at the end of its press conference at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, nor does it plan to do a limited run.Instead, the Sony Vision-S really exists somewhere between a concept and ... Read More »