Oct 8, 2010

2010 Celebrity Wedding and Engagements

2010 Celebrity Wedding and Engagements

This years is also crowned with the holy tie of most sought-after prominent figures. The 2010 celebrity wedding and engagements line up a multitude of entertainers from the music stage, Hollywood and also the fashion industry. Find out who are the lucky ones.

Celebrity Weddings and Engagements

Each year one of the most anticipated events are related to the life and preferably private life of famous people from showbiz. Regardless of being notorious of scandals or living a dream fairy tale the point is to make this ceremony spectacular and secure the 'wow' effect. Indeed the 2010 celebrity wedding and engagements are some of the events that undoubtedly keep the public in suspense. From choosing the perfect location to the most exquisite conditions as well as attire all succeed in offering enough news and gossips for the rest of the months till the actual date of the wedding. In order to be versed with the latest celebrity news it is important to skim through the most influential and celebrated engagements of 2010.

2010 proves to be a special year for a multitude of celebrity couples who decided to officialize their relationship. The music as well as film industry offers enough themes for tweeting and discussing due to celebrity engagements as the following.

Hilary Duff and Mike Comrie decided to tie the knot after a two year fruitful and idyllic relationship. The actress-singer as well as the NHL player found as the perfect scenario for the engagement ceremony Maui. The real fairy tale started when Hilary was 22 and it will be crowned with a spectacular wedding celebration in the future.

Nicole Richie and Joel Madden skipped the basic phases of an officilaized relationship and welcomed their two babies named Sparrow and Harlow before an actual wedding ceremony. However the years brought the decision of the two to engage into a common life especially due to the strong bond that ties the two socialites. The fans are looking forward to the next step of their relationship.
Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard managed to keep their engagement in secret right until the moment of the Grammy Award ceremony, when the young actress flaunted her eye-popping jewelry, an engagement ring, The history of the couple dates back to 2008 and managed to go on for the subsequent years without any scandalous gossips and affairs.
Katy Perry and Russel Brand is one of the most spectacular couple due to their strong style icon as well as MTV sweetheart status. The Brit comedian and the singer and fashion trend-trotter strengthened their relationship in January after a textbook style proposal by Russel after appealing to the permission of Katy Perry's father.

Some of the most anticipated weddings for this year prove to be that of some of the all time bachelors and on the contrary that of the upcoming starlets who decided to tie the knot already in their 20s. The wedding ceremonies as well as preparations will be followed by the whole world from the perfect place to the most minuscule details. These are some of the potential celebrity weddings of 2010.

Emily Blunt and John Krasinski though succeeding in keeping the details of their upcoming wedding in great secret still feature on the list of the most anticipated weddings of the year. 'The Devil Wears Prada' star is officiallydating the young actor since 2008 and the engagement kept on its idyllic atmosphere even for the present offering some suspense for the fans.
Carrie Underwood and Mike Fisher are also tying the knot most probably this year as the young singer just can't get enough of flaunting her joy for the upcoming dream wedding. The couple has been dating since 2009 and decided to strengthen their lifetime bond at the end of the last year. Looking forward to the exquisite details for the preparations.
Rachel Bilson and Hayden Christensen are the newly engaged couple of Hollywood who decided to make a common statement of their intention to tie the knot, early in 2009. The details of the ceremony as well as the actual date are still kept in great secret or haven't been pinpointed yet.

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60 Most Failed Countries of the World: Postcards From Hell : Part-1

Most Failed Countries of the World

(Ranking 1-20)

During the last half-decade, the Fund for Peace has been putting together the Failed States Index, using a battery of indicators that determine how stable (or unstable) a country is. As a result, we have taken the top 60, or should we say worst 60 Failed Countries of the World.
But as much as we admire the stats and numbers there is no better way but as the photos that demonstrate the degree of failure of a country. The best test is the simplest one, which is that you’ll only know a failed state when you see it.

And these photographs captured by the all seeing eye of the camera are, as they seem, true postcards from hell. As an example, we’ll make a rough start with country No.1: Somalia.

 1. Somalia
Somalia has topped the Failed States Index for the last three years — a testament not only to the depth of the country’s long-running political and humanitarian disaster, but also, to the international community’s inability to find an answer. After two decades of chaos, the country is today largely under the control of Islamist militant groups, the most notorious and powerful of which is al-Shabab. A second faction, Hizbul Islam, rivals the former in brutality — it recently executed two Somalis for the crime of watching the World Cup. Off the coast, pirates such as the men pictured here torment passing ships, often holding them hostage for a high price. In 2009, Somali pirates earned an estimated $89 million in ransom payments.

2. Chad
 Chad’s troubles are often written off as spillover from the conflict taking place in next-door Darfur, Sudan. But this central African country has plenty of problems of its own. An indigenous conflict has displaced approximately 200,000, and life under the paranoid rule of Chadian President Idriss Déby is increasingly miserable. Déby has arrested opposition figures and redirected humanitarian funding to the military in recent years. Matters might soon get worse as the U.N. peacekeeping mission in the country’s east, where the bulk of the refugees reside, begins to depart on July 15. Pictured here, local Chadians in the village of Dankouche struggle to share scarce resources such as firewood with a nearby Sudanese refugee camp.

3. Sudan
 The next year will prove a decisive one for Sudan, perhaps more so than any other since the country’s independence in 1956. In January 2011, the people of South Sudan will vote in a referendum on whether they would prefer to remain an autonomous region — or secede as an independent state. All analysts predict it will be the latter, but they are equally certain that it won’t be so easy. President Omar Hassan al-Bashir is likely to cling close to his control of the South, where much of the country’s oil riches lie. This is to say nothing of Darfur, where peacekeepers recently reported an uptick in violence with hundreds killed. In this scene, children crowd around a U.N. helicopter in the South Sudanese town of Akobo.

4. Zimbabwe

 5.  Democratic Republic of the Congo

6. Afghanistan

7. Iraq

8. Central African Republic

9. Guinea

10. Pakistan

11. Haiti

12. Ivory Coast

13. Kenya

14. Nigeria

15. Yemen

16. Burma

17. Ethiopia

18. East Timor

19. Niger

20. North Korea
to be continued...
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