Washington, Jun 23 : Pamela Anderson has been knighted Countess of the Lily in a ceremony in Italy.
Self-proclaimed Prince Stephan bestowed the honor in deference to the former 'Baywatch' babe's years of activism helping sea animals, Fox News reported.
However, Stephan's own claim to royalty is shaky. Montenegro hasn't had a monarchy since 1918. (ANI)
Washington, June 23 : Parents nowadays have to make a tough choice between breast-feeding and new formulas as a new study has shed light on which option is rewarding for both mother and baby.
According to Slate.com, it has been recommended that babies be breastfed exclusively for the first 6 months. Beyond that, breastfeeding is encouraged until at least 12 months, and longer if both the mother and baby are willing.
Although experts believe breast milk is the best nutritional choice for infants, breastfeeding may not be possible for all women. For many, the decision to breastfeed or formula feed is based on their comfort level, lifestyle, and specific medical situations.
London, June 23 : Caitlyn Jenner seems to be adapting to woman's body with real ease as she took her kids, their partners and grandchildren on a ride on Father's Day and drove the car in heels.
The American reality star shared a picture of her having fun with daughter Kim Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian, Kendall Jenner, son-in-law Kanye West, grandchild North West, sons Burt and Brandon, on Twitter, the Mirror has reported.
The 65-year-old former Olympian wrote that she had a great day off-roading with family for Father's Day, alongside the snap.
Washington, June 23 : Billionaire Elon Musk, whose Tesla Motors will roll out its third all-electric vehicle in 12 years, has said the new Model X would be a product of 'paying more attention to the needs of women.'
According to the Washington Post, the Tesla CEO further said that the biggest difference for Tesla's new Model X might not be how it looks, but who it was designed for which is women calling the previously designed Model S as "a little too guy-centric."
The launch of Tesla's new series of SUV is likely to turn into a successful venture as SUVs are increasingly popular among women drivers in America. (ANI)
Washington, Jun 23 : Taylor Swift has slammed the photographer who accused her of hypocrisy following her successful Apple Music campaign.
The 25-year-old singer-songwriter said Jason Sheldon had "misrepresented" her photography agreement when he branded her guilty of the very same tactic as the Apple, the Independent reported.
Washington, Jun 23 - A team of engineers has developed micro-tentacles for tiny robots, so that they can handle delicate objects.
Lead author Jaeyoun (Jay) Kim from Iowa State University said that most robots use two fingers and to pick things up, they have to squeeze, but these tentacles wrap around very gently.
The paper describes how the engineers fabricated microtubes just 8 millimeters long and less than a hundredth of an inch wide. They're made from PDMS, a transparent elastomer that can be a liquid or a soft, rubbery solid.
London, June 23 - Sam Billings, who is set to make his T-20 debut for England in Tuesday's match, believes the ODI series win against New Zealand can really inspire the team to perform well and hopefully win the Ashes.
England, coming from a disastrous 2015 World Cup campaign, went on to win the five-match one-day series against the Black Caps, and would be heading for the Ashes after playing the lone T20 international.
Billings said he was hopeful that the vibe could be taken forward into the Ashes and the one-day series, the BBC reported.
London, June 23 - Simon Cowell has urged people around the world to take a stand towards the cruel treatment of dogs in China.
The 'X Factor' boss, who owns two Yorkshire terriers, said that it was really hard for him to talk about the horrific Yulin Dog and Cat Meat festival, where around 10,000 dogs and cats were killed, the Mirror has reported.
The 55-year-old TV show producer also said that unless everyone did something, it won't stop, and hence people had to act now to end such barbaric and disgusting events forever.
London, June 23 - Jonas Bjorkman, the deputy coach of Andy Murray, says that he is relishing his partnership with the British ace and is happy to be a part of his team.
The world number three added Bjorkman to his coaching staff in March initially on a five-week trail to help out in periods when Amelie Mauresmo was unavailable as she only agreed to work with him for 25 weeks.
Bjorkman said that he was happy to come in and be a part of his team with Mauresmo and Treacs, the Guardian reported.
Washington, June 23 - After creating a buzz with her two-days-post-baby underwear selfie, Hilaria Baldwin recently posted another belly-baring selfie on her Instagram to clear speculations about her alleged cesarean section.
The 31-year-old yoga instructor posted a photo that shows her standing in front of a bathroom mirror with her black tank top pulled up to reveal her stomach, reported Us magazine.
Washington, Jun 23 - As per a new study, early Europeans had recent Neanderthal ancestors.
Howard Hughes Medical Institute geneticists analyzed ancient DNA from the jawbone of a human who lived in Europe about 40,000 years ago, providing the first genetic evidence that humans interbred with Neanderthals in Europe.
Researcher David Reich said that they know that 45,000 years ago, the only humans in Europe were Neanderthals. But 35,000 years ago, the only humans in Europe were modern humans. This is a dramatic transition.
Washington, June 23 - 'Titanic' composer James Horner has died in a plane crash in Santa Barbara in California. He was 61.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, the plane was immediately destroyed on impact and the pilot was alone in the aircraft when it crashed.
Fire officials reported that they found the burning wreckage in the west of the Highway 33 in Southern California, and within the one-acre burn zone discovered the tail section of the two-seater S312 Tucano MK1 single-engine turboprop plane, which was registered in composer's name.
Washington, Jun 23 - Researchers have discovered intense radio emission from a tiny binary star, which calls for a review of stellar models.
As per the University of Valencia study, this small binary star is known as AB Doradus B and is located in the AB Doradus star system, consisting of two pairs of stars. Stars normally emit light that can be seen with the naked eye or through telescopes, but some also emit radio waves, similar to those from televisions, mobile phones or microwave ovens.
Co-author Jose Carlos Guirado said that these emissions have made it possible to calculate the mass of the star, which is usually complex, but when the star is accompanied by another, its orbital motion gives us an accurate way to determine it, as Kepler's laws establish.
Washington, June 23 - With the release of her latest album ' Good For You,' Selena Gomez opens up about her life and claims that people ask her to live freely but criticise when she does the same.
In a recent interview, the 22-year-old singer claimed that her life was so public that she couldn't hide or avoid being talked back, but she too was a normal person with feelings and emotions who felt "anxious and happy," specially in her twenties, reported Us magazine.
Washington, June 23 - P. Diddy was arrested after he allegedly had a fight with Sal Alosi, the coach of UCLA Football, where his son, Justin Combs, plays as a defensive back.
According to the sources, the 45-year-old rapper, who insists that he hit out only self defense, has been taken to L. A. County jail by a campus patrol officers, TMZ. com has reported.
As per the reports, it was after Diddy saw the coach treating his son "badly" during strength and conditioning session, and went to confront him.
Washington, June 23 - Floyd Mayweather's 3.8 million US dollars ultra-rare Ferrari Enzo is the hot new item that billionaires are lusting for.
According to the boxer's car dealer guy, Mayweather had put his wheels up for sale only last week, but they have received crazy response from people from countries like Australia, Japan, Great Britain, Germany, Austria, India, South Africa, Nigeria and the United States, TMZ. com has reported.
There is no information on who the mystery Indian is who is making queries for the rare Ferrari.
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