The hotel heiress – who is seen wearing a tiny boob-tube bikini top and short skirt in the advertising campaign for her new fragrance Fairy Dust – was reportedly thrown into a panic when she found out what bosses had chosen for her to wear in the shoot.

A source close to Paris told Fox News: “Paris didn’t want to be airbrushed so as soon as she found out what she had to wear she went overboard with Pilates classes and exercise – she went totally crazy toning up.”

The 27-year-old beauty also came up with the idea for the shoot – which shows her waving a magic wand and wearing fairy wings complete with the tag line, “Do you believe in fairy tales?” – because she wanted to “bring some fantasy to her fans during these tough economic times.”

A shoot insider said: “Paris wanted to look ethereal, but also wanted her perfume to inspire people.”

“She hopes she has done that with the new campaign.”


Mohammed Saif, arrested after a shootout in Delhi’s Jamia Nagar and suspected to be behind the Sep 13 bombings in the capital, was taken to Karnataka on Monday to find the source of the explosives.

A team of Special Cell and Intelligence Bureau officials accompanied the 22-year-old, nabbed on Friday after Special Cell sleuths swooped down on a rented flat in south Delhi’s Jamia Nagar.

Two suspected terrorists Atif Amin alias Bashir, 24, and Mohammed Sajid, 23, were gunned down while two escaped. A third suspect, Zeeshan, was arrested later in the day. All belong to Uttar Pradesh’s Azamgarh district.

According to Joint Commissioner of Police (Special Cell) Karnal Singh, Atif could be the mastermind behind the shadowy Indian Mujahideen who had sent Saif and Sajid to procure explosives from Karnataka.

“Atif gave them a number and asked them to meet a person there. The person gave them explosives and they immediately returned to Delhi,” Singh said.

The same explosives were used to assemble bombs at Atif’s Jamia Nagar house and were detonated in parts of Delhi – one in Karol Bagh, two in Connaught place and two in M block market of Greater Kailash I – by a module of 13 people, the police maintain.

Investigators believe that Saif could be key in the blast probe as Sajid was killed during the shootout.

Saif and Atif were also involved in planting bombs at courts in Uttar Pradesh in November 2007, police said. Besides, the two were also said to be involved in planting bombs in Gorakhpur in May 2007 and in the Sankat Mochan Mandir in Varanasi in March 2006.

“He would be taken to various places in the state. We are also working in close coordination with the Karnataka police,” said a police official involved in the blast investigations.

While Saif was taken to Karnataka, officers from the south district police and Special Cell were jointly interrogating the three suspected terrorists – Zia-ur-Rahman, 22, Mohammed Shakil, 23, and Sakib Nissar, 22, – who were arrested Sunday from Jamia Nagar in connection with the Delhi blasts. They are also said to be from the Indian Mujahideen.

Police said Zia-ur-Rahman planted one of the two bombs at the Central Park in Connaught Place. He had also planted bombs in Mani Nagar of Ahmedabad July 26. Shakil planted a bomb in Gaffar Market in Delhi while Nissar stayed at home as his bomb developed some technical glitch.

“We believe their joint interrogation would unravel more facts about the blasts in Delhi, Ahmedabad, Jaipur, Hyderabad and other terror strikes,” the official said.

Police said that at present all the terror suspects were being interrogated separately. But they would be confronted with each other to verify their versions about the bombings.

A hunt was on to nab the other six members of the Indian Mujahideen. The police were still checking the laptop recovered from Atif’s apartment.

A Delhi Police team was also expected to visit Dharwad in Karnataka where the Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) had reportedly held a training camp for its activists.

Your dreams of having the near perfect ‘enviable’ body are on the verge of becoming a reality, for boffins claim that they have come up with the formula for the sexiest woman.

To reach the conclusion, the scientists investigated hundreds of theories about what men find attractive.

And the findings showed Brit supermodel Kate Moss is the one with the best bod.

The study found that most guys like girls with big boobs and blonde hair.

However, in new book ‘Do Gentleman Really Prefer Blondes?’ American science journalist Jena Pincott has uncovered a series of scientific factors that are crucial in the mating game.

First being the waist-to-height ratio.

The smaller the waist and the curvier the hips, the more attractive a woman looks at first glance, according to the expert.

Adding to that is perfectly symmetrical face – and a near-perfect female is ready.

“Not all beautiful faces are symmetrical, not all symmetrical faces are beautiful. But symmetry often plays a role in attraction,” the Daily Star quoted Jena, as saying.

However, it is still the boobs and blonde hair that catch a man’s eye the most, the study found.

Jena explained: “Breasts are an advertisement of age, health and good genes, which is why anthropologists think they’re crucial to sexual selection even in cultures that don’t eroticise the chest any more than the face.”

She added: “The human eye is attracted to light, bright colours, so blondes stand out more than brunettes.”

Global warming

Global warming as most of us know is becoming a serious threat for the whole world. For those who don’t know what global warming is, here is just a brief explanation about it. But before going deep into what global warming is, you just have to know what green house effect is.

Many chemical compounds found in the Earth’s atmosphere act as “greenhouse gases.” These gases allow sunlight to enter the atmosphere freely. When sunlight strikes the Earth’s surface, some of it is reflected back towards space as infrared radiation (heat). Greenhouse gases absorb this infrared radiation and trap the heat in the atmosphere. Over time, the amount of energy sent from the sun to the Earth’s surface should be about the same as the amount of energy radiated back into space, leaving the temperature of the Earth’s surface roughly constant. Many gases exhibit these “greenhouse” properties. Some of them occur in nature (water vapor, carbon dioxide, methane, and nitrous oxide), while others are exclusively human-made (like gases used for aerosols).This heating up of the earth’s atmosphere is essential to make the earth warm and livable. But the problem is this thin layer of green house gases is being thickened by global warming pollutants. This thickening of green house gas layer causes more outgoing infrared radiations to be trapped thereby increasing the average temperature of the earth. This is called Global Warming.

Oceans and seas are not exceptions from global warming. Ocean’s temperature also does get increased. Why am I emphasizing on ocean’s increase in temperature is, most of us don’t know the fact that warmer oceans causes more and stronger storms (this is the main reason for many hurricanes which recently hit United states of America such as Hurricane Katrina, Jeanne, Ivan, Frances, etc.) these are not only restricted to America but even Japan, Caribbean and Brazil are also victims of some hurricanes caused due to global warming.

A simple relation for global warming is, when there is more carbon di oxide in atmosphere, the earth’s temperature gets warmer because it traps more infrared radiations

Global warming increases evaporation from water bodies and sucks the water from bare land dramatically with increase in atmospheric temperature. Lake Chad in Africa, one of the largest lakes in the world few decades back has now almost dried to nothing. One of the main reasons for this is Global warming.

Another shocking fact is that the arctic ice caps are melting drastically due to global warming. Nearly 40% of the thickness for arctic ice caps has melted in the last four decades and major studies show that in another 60 to 70 years the arctic ice will melt completely in summer. You may now ask two questions 1. How does such a huge ice melt so quickly within 60 to 70 years.?? 2. Why should we bother about arctic ices?? Here it is for the first question. The ocean currents and the wind currents help in distributing the heat from equator to the arctic ice cap thereby keeping the earth’s temperature warm. Ice caps normally reflect 90% of the sun’s radiation and absorb only 10% of the heat. Whereas water absorbs 90% of sun’s radiation and reflects only 10% of heat. So as the surrounding water gets warmer it speeds up the melting of ice. If this happens, the giant mirror gets completely vanished which then will not be there to keep the earth warmer.

Green land ice is also melting fast and nearly half of Greenland is expected to melt soon if this situation prevails further. If green land broke up and melted or half of Greenland and half of arctic ice cap break and melt then the average sea level gets increased which can cause drowning of most parts of many countries in world. Some countries which are expected to be affected are San Francisco, Florida, Netherlands, Beijing, Shanghai, East Bangladesh and West Bengal. There will not be any surprise if this happens in the next 50 year period.

Carbon emission per person in different countries vary. United States of America tops the list with 5.6 tons of carbon emission per person per year followed by Russia, Europe and Japan with 2.72, 2.4 and 2.4 respectively. India is at 6th position with 0.25 tons of carbon emission/person/year.

Carbon emission per country is also measured which says U.S tops the list with 5.47 Billion metric tons of carbon emission/ year followed by Europe, China and Russia with 3.25, 2.89 and 1.42 Billion metric tons. India stands 6th here too with 0.91 billion metric tons.

Its time to wake up. After analysing all the facts its still not fair to keep us from taking any preventive measures. For this purpose only Kyoto protocol has been introduced.

The Kyoto Protocol is a protocol to the international Framework Convention on Climate Change with the objective of reducing greenhouse gases that cause climate change.

It was adopted on 11 December 1997 by the 3rd Conference of the Parties, which was meeting in Kyoto, and it entered into force on 16 February 2005. As of June 2008, 182 parties have ratified the protocol. Of these, 36 developed cg are required to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to the levels specified for each of them in the treaty with three more countries intending to participate. One hundred and thirty-seven (137) developing countries have ratified the protocol, including Brazil, China and India, but have no obligation beyond monitoring and reporting emissions. The United States has not ratified the treaty yet.

It’s high time to take some actions to reduce the carbon emission and fight for our earth against global warming.

Some suggestions to prevent global warming:

Reduce your carbon emission

Buy energy efficient appliances

If u can buy a hybrid car.. When you can walk or ride a bicycle.. Where u can use light rail and mass transit

Tell your parents not to ruin the world that you will live in

If you are a parent, join with your children to save the world they live in.

Switch to renewable sources of energy

Call your power company to see if they offer green energy, if they don’t ask them why not.

Vote for leaders who pledge to solve this crisis.

Plant trees…. Lots of trees.

Speak up in your community

Cal radio shows and write newspapers.