Johnny Depp has revealed that he might retire from Hollywood after he hits 60. The 'Rum Diary' star confessed to the Rolling stone magazine that he has considered giving up acting everyday, but does not want to live an inactive life, the Sun reported. The actor, 50, said that at a certain point, one must just take it down to the bare minimum and concentrate on really living life. Depp, who ...
Late Pope John Paul II has been confirmed to be steps away from 'sainthood' after his second miracle for a Costa Rican woman who was suffering from severe brain injury was approved by commission of theologians. According to New York Daily News, if the church approves the late Pope's miracle, it could lead him to 'sainthood' faster than anyone else in the history. The woman's family has claimed ...
Singer Miley Cyrus defends her decision to smoke weed saying it is far less dangerous than alcohol. The 20-year-old, who landed in hot water in 2010 when she was caught on film allegedly smoking pot from a bong, also joked that she smoked too much weed after receiving a Bob Marley cake for her 19th birthday, reports contactmusic.com. When asked if she is a "stoner", she said: "You can't ask ...
Lisa Snowdon, who dated Hollywood heartthrob George Clooney on and off for five years from 2000, has said that they still keep in touch. The 41-year-old English model told new! magazine that it doesn't bother her any more, the Daily Express reported. She said that at the end of the day he is Clooney so people will be interested in knowing about him. Snowdon that though she hasn't seen him ...
Cheryl Cole has been voted as the celebrity having the tattiest tattoos. The Sun had last week asked its readers to vote for the star who had screwed up their looks with body art. More than 12,500 readers voted, and of them 22 percent crowned Cole worst for her numerous designs, including the giant rose on her back. Justin Bieber was placed second with 18 percent of the votes, while rapper ...
Writer/director David Cronenberg may be many things, but above all he is ambitiouswildly, exhilarating, sometimes frustratingly ambitious. Throughout the 1970s and 1980s, he built his career on a series of horror and science fiction thrillers that many tried to dismiss as simple sleaze la ... ...
Though he thinks about retiring from Hollywood everyday, actor Johnny Depp reveals he has no such immediate plans because his brain "on idle is a bad thing". "I think while I've got the opportunity, the desire and the creative spark to do the things that I can do right now, I should do them. And then, at a certain point, just take it down to the bare minimum and concentrate on, I guess, living ...
Singer Max George says he has moved on from his past relationship and is ready to mingle again. The 24-year-old was engaged to actress Michelle Keegan for almost two years, but they ended their relationship in April 2012. However, George, member of The Wanted band, now wants to enjoy life, reports thesun.co.uk. "I do fancy seeing someone else now. My last relationship, it was with a very ...
Hollywood's action film star Jackie Chan has expressed his love for Bollywood music and dance sequences, and added that he is waiting for the right script and film director before venturing into an Indo-Chinese Cine collaboration. Chan, who is of Chinese descent, is leading a delegation at a six-day Chinese film festival in New Delhi. Welcomed by a thundering applause, the multi-faceted action ...
New York: He waited by an elevator on the 13th floor of Police Headquarters, the final stop Wednesday in a whirlwind of television appearances and newspaper interviews since his line-of-duty injury the previous day: broken teeth, swollen snout.So the day went for Bear, a 6-year-old German shepherd with the Transit Bureau, and his handler, Officer Vincent Tieniber, after what had seemed a routine ...
"Arabian Knightz" is one of the rappin' Revolutionist bands (Photo courtesy of the band's Facebook page) The political turmoil that has been gripping the nation for more than two ...
Our nuclear programmes are completely transparent. But we are ready to show greater transparency and make clear for the whole world that the steps of the Islamic Republic of Iran are completely within international frameworks. The sanctions are unfair, the Iranian people are suffering, and our (nuclear) activities are legal. These sanctions are illegal and only benefit Israel.
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India's leading IT services, Tata Consultancy Services, held its goIT summer camp programme in the Cincinnati area exposing students to Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) related career paths.
The fifth annual three-day camp providing hands on activities and projects that increase exposure to industry specific technologies, culminated with a competition at TCS' largest North American software delivery centre in Milford, Ohio.
Free for all students, the TCS goIT programme provides in-school IT career awareness workshops and hands-on technology education, according to a media release.
Since its inception, the programme has reached more than 7,000 students across 35 school districts in Ohio and Michigan.
"We believe that TCS is uniquely positioned to use its core IT competencies and technology leadership to address the STEM education issue," said Amar Naga, director of operations, TCS.
"The innovative goIT programme is an outstanding investment by TCS in young Ohioans," said Mark Patton, JobsOhio Managing Director for Information Technology.
By 2018, research shows that STEM occupations are projected to grow by 17 percent, with 71 percent of STEM jobs focused on computing including cloud, data, app and security. ...
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