• Pamela Anderson surprises with her Bollywood moves

    She may seem an unlikely contestant, but Pamela Anderson appears to be fitting in perfectly since joining India's version of Big Brother - known as Big Boss. Thursday's episode saw the blonde bombshell shifting and swaying with the show's other female guests in a traditional dance number that brought on the accolades from her housemates. Click on photo for

  • All things Indian

    Phaidon, publishers of many a stunning graphic design book, turn their hand to a few stunning cookbooks each year – the latest of which is a beautiful tome entitled simply India. The book is one of the most thorough, encyclopaedic volumes I’ve come across – to the tune of1,000 recipes that are all easy, simple and perfect for the home cook. If you’ve ever found that you only have a few curries in your repertoire and they always taste the same (a common gripe with Indian cooking at home) then this is an ideal place to begin an Asian

  • A dream come true: A look at singing sensation Susan Boyle's rise to the top

    It was a moment that went down in TV history. An unmarried church volunteer from West Lothian strode out onto the Britain's Got Talent stage in April 2009 and declared she wanted to be a singer like Elaine Paige.  She was met with sniggers and bored looks from the audience. But once Susan Boyle began to sing, life would never be the same again. The video clip racked up tens of millions of hits around the world and caught the attention of Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher, who passed it on to their millions of Twitter followers. It was only the

  • Pride of a prince: Albert's fiancée Charlene immaculately turned out for National Day

    A little over 50 years ago a glamorous blonde arrived at Saint Nicholas Cathedral in Monte Carlo to marry Prince Rainier, thus becoming a princess of Monaco. That bride was Grace Kelly. This week, another ice-cool blonde, Charlene Wittstock was on the steps of the 19th-century cathedral, attending Monaco's National Day, with Princess Grace's son in what almost seemed like a dress rehearsal for their lavish nuptials set for next July. Dipping a low curtsy before Monaco's Archbishop, Charlene, a former Olympic swimmer, who represented her native South Africa, seemed to have mastered her future role as Prince Albert's consort perfectly.


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