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India Fashion Tv

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  • Fashion TV is an international television channel devoted to fashion and modelling.

    india

  • A country in southern Asia that occupies the greater part of the Indian subcontinent; pop. 1,065,000,000; capital, New Delhi; official languages, Hindi and English (14 other languages are recognized as official in certain regions; of these, Bengali, Gujarati, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu have the most first-language speakers)
  • (indian) a member of the race of people living in America when Europeans arrived
  • a republic in the Asian subcontinent in southern Asia; second most populous country in the world; achieved independence from the United Kingdom in 1947
  • A code word representing the letter I, used in radio communication
  • (indian) of or relating to or characteristic of India or the East Indies or their peoples or languages or cultures; “the Indian subcontinent”; “Indian saris”

india fashion tv – Hidden Gem

Hidden Gem
Hidden Gem
Lavishly disguised pop singer, Queen Bee, is known abroad for her high-fashion wardrobe and killer vocals. In the states, she’s just Gemma Hunter – shy suburban teenager in her strange new role of high school junior.

Luckily, Gemma is taken under the wing of the fiery and popular Madison, who leads her into the high school life of the charmed. Her world as Gemma quickly becomes everything she ever wanted in a normal life – that is until international teen heartthrob, Tyler Chase, announces his celebrity crush on Queen Bee. Suddenly, Gemma’s alter ego becomes a household name as the handsome singer’s loyal “Tyler Chasers” create a frenzy to discover her true identity.

And just when Gemma thinks she can hide from the celebrity drama in her high school life, Lucas – her next door neighbor as well as Madison’s boyfriend – develops an interest in her that goes far beyond platonic, and Gemma soon learns that rumors aren’t strictly for the stars.

Genre: Young Adult
Novel Length: appr. 60,000 Words + Bonus Excerpt

Featuring Bonus Excerpt from Diamond in the Rough, the next novel in the Hidden Gem series (Available Mid-October 2011)

Lavishly disguised pop singer, Queen Bee, is known abroad for her high-fashion wardrobe and killer vocals. In the states, she’s just Gemma Hunter – shy suburban teenager in her strange new role of high school junior.

Luckily, Gemma is taken under the wing of the fiery and popular Madison, who leads her into the high school life of the charmed. Her world as Gemma quickly becomes everything she ever wanted in a normal life – that is until international teen heartthrob, Tyler Chase, announces his celebrity crush on Queen Bee. Suddenly, Gemma’s alter ego becomes a household name as the handsome singer’s loyal “Tyler Chasers” create a frenzy to discover her true identity.

And just when Gemma thinks she can hide from the celebrity drama in her high school life, Lucas – her next door neighbor as well as Madison’s boyfriend – develops an interest in her that goes far beyond platonic, and Gemma soon learns that rumors aren’t strictly for the stars.

Genre: Young Adult
Novel Length: appr. 60,000 Words + Bonus Excerpt

Featuring Bonus Excerpt from Diamond in the Rough, the next novel in the Hidden Gem series (Available Mid-October 2011)

TV Shows We Used To Watch – 1970s – Wrestling

TV Shows We Used To Watch - 1970s - Wrestling
Turn back the clock to the 1970’s when Saturday afternoon meant one thing and that was Wrestling.

Wrestling – a mainstay of the World of Sport schedule from 1955 until it ended. Many of the wrestlers featured became household names in the UK and the greatest rivalry was between Big Daddy and Giant Haystacks

Tag team action was from the man in the big black pants (and hair to match) Mick McManus and Steve Logan versus Kendo and Gorgeous George and the late Pat Roach who went onto star in 4 series of TV’s Auf Weidersehen Pet and Leon Arris (the great late actor Brian Glover) plus Jackie Pallo the pony tailed hero the girls loved to hate.

Kent Walton, the former wrestling commentator on World of Sport who died aged 86, was instantly recognisable from his husky welcome at 4 o’clock each Saturday afternoon: "Greetings, grapple fans."

A smoker who cultivated a mid-Atlantic drawl, Walton hosted the wrestling for all of the 33 years that it appeared, sandwiched between the half-time and full-time football scores; at the end of the allotted time, he would sign off: "Have a good week. . .till next week." When the ITV schedulers finally dropped the sport in 1988, he announced that his lips had been dented by so much time at the microphone.

Walton’s understated, factual commentary described wrestlers from George Kidd (his favourite), Jackie Pallo and Mick McManus to the less athletic Big Daddy ("Ea-sy, ea-sy") and Giant Haystacks. Walton hotly refuted allegations that the bouts were fixed, and would put into practice on saloon-bar doubters some of the wrestling moves he had learned. In its televised heyday, wrestling attracted as many as 12 million viewers. They included the Queen, whose interest in the sport was mentioned in Richard Crossman’s diaries; and Margaret Thatcher, who asked Big Daddy for six signed photographs, and found him useful for conversation in Africa, where he was a household name. The Duke of Edinburgh was said to be captivated by Johnny Kwango’s head-butting technique, and Frank Sinatra told Giant Haystacks that British wrestlers were the best entertainers in the world.

Big Daddy

Shirley Crabtree, Jr, better known as Big Daddy (14 November 1930 – 2 December 1997) was a British professional wrestler famous for his record-breaking 64 inch chest. Known for wearing his various Big Daddy leotards, Crabtree’s original one was emblazoned with just a large "D" and was fashioned by his wife Eunice from their chintz sofa.

Shirley Crabtree’s brother Brian was a wrestling referee and his nephew Eorl Crabtree is an England international rugby league footballer.

Crabtree died of a stroke in December 1997 in Halifax General Hospital. He was survived by his second wife of 31 years, Eunice and six children.

Giant Haystacks

Martin Ruane (October 10, 1946 – November 29, 1998) was an English professional wrestler of Irish descent. Best known by his ring name, Giant Haystacks, he wrestled in such places as England, the United States, Canada, India, and Zimbabwe. Ruane was known for his massive physical size, standing 6 ft 11 in (2.11 m) tall and weighing 48 stone (670 lb; 300 kg) at his heaviest.

Martin Ruane was born in London, England to parents originally from County Mayo in Ireland. When he was 3, in 1949, Ruane and his family moved north from London to Salford, which remained his home. He worked as a labourer and as a nightclub bouncer before a friend suggested he take up professional wrestling as a career. He died of cancer on Sunday, November 29, 1998 at the age of 52.

Kendo Nagasaki

Kendo Nagasaki is a professional wrestling stage name, used as a gimmick of that of a Japanese Samurai warrior with a mysterious past and even supernatural powers of hypnosis. The name derives from the modern martial art of Japanese fencing (Kendo), and Nagasaki is the name of a city on the south-western coast of Kyushu, site of the second use of the atomic bomb.

The original and most well known use of the gimmick is by the legendary British wrestler Kendo Nagasaki who made his name in ITV’s World of Sport. This version of the Nagasaki character dates back to November 1964.[

A true enigma of the British wrestling scene, the man known as Kendo Nagasaki was a part of the industry for nearly 40 years and, in that time, cultivated a legend that endures to this day. Hidden behind a red mask lined with white stripes to simulate the imposing visage of the headgear worn in a formal kendo match and maintaining a stony silence, Kendo Nagasaki was an intimidating sight to behold both in and out of the ring. This combined with a genuine understanding of the theatrical aspect of professional wrestling and a certain degree of athleticism made him an effective performer and a superb villain.

Mick McManus

Mick McManus (born Michael Matthews on 11 January 1928 in New Cross, London England), is a former English professional wrestler. He is credited as bein

I don't plan to grow old gracefully……..

I don't plan to grow old gracefully........
……..I plan to have face-lifts until my ears meet…

and now to todays Cautionary Tale…..

LORD LUNDY
(Second Canto)

It happened to Lord Lundy then,
As happens to so many men:
Toward the age of twenty-six,
The shoved him into politics;
In which profession he commanded
The income that his rank demanded
In turn as Secretary for
India, the Colonies, and War.

But very soon his friends began
To doubt if he were quite the man:
Thus, if a member rose to say
(As members do from day to day)
"Arising out of that reply . . . !"

Lord Lundy would begin to cry.
A Hint at harmless little jobs
Would shake him with convulsive sobs.
While as for Revelations, these
Would simply bring him to his knees,
And leave him whimpering like a child.
It drove his colleagues raving wild!
They let him sink from Post to Post,
From fifteen hundred at the most
To eight, and barely six—and then
To be Curator of Big Ben!. . .
And finally there came a Threat
To oust him from the Cabinet!
The Duke—his aged grand-sire—bore
The shame till he could bear no more.
He rallied his declining powers,
Summoned the youth to Brackley Towers,
And bitterly addressed him thus—

"Sir! you have disappointed us!
We had intended you to be
The next Prime Minister but three:
The stocks were sold; the Press was squared:
The Middle Class was quite prepared.
But as it is! . . . My language fails!
Go out and govern New South Wales!"

The Aged Patriot groaned and died:
And gracious! how Lord Lundy cried!

19 Feb 09 – Back at home after returning from AMC makeover.
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india fashion tv

india fashion tv

NEXT An Armchair Guide to Your Future (NOW, NEXT and HOW Trilogy)
NEXT is the definitive guide on what to expect from the next 20 years. The key changes in business, technology, and in life.

From mating and dating, from appliances to buildings, from communications to shopping, from advertising to education, from medicine to agriculture, your next 20 years is going to see science fiction become reality. The explosion of change due to the exponential advances in computing power combining with similarly exponential advances in Artificial Intelligence, Virtual Reality, Biotechnology, Robotics, and Nanotechnology, is about to shake the fabric of life as you know it to its core.

In this book Roberts decided that the best way to really find out what was going to happen in the future was to ask the scientists who are inventing it. This book documents the study and research he did during 2009, visiting the world’s leading technology hubs, meeting with scientists and companies who are making tomorrow’s technology. From Seattle to Silicon Valley, to Hollywood, to Boston, from Santa Monica to San Francisco and Palm Springs. His many meetings, lectures and conversations form much of the factual content behind this book, his fertile imagination fuels the rest.

WHAT PEOPLE HAVE SAID ABOUT “NEXT”
“With the release of his book NEXT and matching iPad App, Paul has done it again, laying out all you need to know for the next 20 years.”

John O’Shea, Worldwide Account Head, Publicis Advertising London

“Having crossed paths with Paul, while working on brands from Asia to the US and from Australia to the Middle East, I thought he always had an eye on the future…on the “next” big thing. With Next he has brought his 25 years of accumulated global branding and marketing experience into focus and applied it with his research into unraveling the vast new opportunities that technology has install for us all….”

Mark Prechelt, Chief Executive Officer. African + Eastern Group, Dubai.
An ITSL Company (Distributors of brands including Dom Perignon, Louis Roederer Cristal, Bollinger, Carlsberg, Corona, Guinness, Johnnie Walker, etc…).

“Paul Roberts practices what he preaches. Make sure you’re Wifi-Kindle-iPad- enabled for this romp into the future. The book for tomorrow created in time for today! If, like us, you’re interested in anticipating and communicating with the “brave new world” out there, you’ll find some pointers in here.”

Ant Keogh Executive Creative Director, Clemenger BBDO
Multi International Award Winning advertising creative ie, “the Big Ad”, painter, musician, writer.

“In my most recent book I related an ancient Chinese proverb, “He who does not worry about the future, will soon have many worries about the present”. In Paul Roberts’ latest book & iPad app, he has written an amusing & comprehensive Armchair Guide to your Future. It’s the real deal. If you plan on prospering as opposed to surviving the next 20 years, you should read this.”

Craig Rispin, Business Futurist & Innovation Expert – Speaker,Author & Mentor – The
Future Trends Group

NEXT is the definitive guide on what to expect from the next 20 years. The key changes in business, technology, and in life.

From mating and dating, from appliances to buildings, from communications to shopping, from advertising to education, from medicine to agriculture, your next 20 years is going to see science fiction become reality. The explosion of change due to the exponential advances in computing power combining with similarly exponential advances in Artificial Intelligence, Virtual Reality, Biotechnology, Robotics, and Nanotechnology, is about to shake the fabric of life as you know it to its core.

In this book Roberts decided that the best way to really find out what was going to happen in the future was to ask the scientists who are inventing it. This book documents the study and research he did during 2009, visiting the world’s leading technology hubs, meeting with scientists and companies who are making tomorrow’s technology. From Seattle to Silicon Valley, to Hollywood, to Boston, from Santa Monica to San Francisco and Palm Springs. His many meetings, lectures and conversations form much of the factual content behind this book, his fertile imagination fuels the rest.

WHAT PEOPLE HAVE SAID ABOUT “NEXT”
“With the release of his book NEXT and matching iPad App, Paul has done it again, laying out all you need to know for the next 20 years.”

John O’Shea, Worldwide Account Head, Publicis Advertising London

“Having crossed paths with Paul, while working on brands from Asia to the US and from Australia to the Middle East, I thought he always had an eye on the future…on the “next” big thing. With Next he has brought his 25 years of accumulated global branding and marketing experience into focus and applied it with his research into unraveling the vast new opportunities that technology has install for us all….”

Mark Prechelt, Chief Executive Officer. African + Eastern Group, Dubai.
An ITSL Company (Distributors of brands including Dom Perignon, Louis Roederer Cristal, Bollinger, Carlsberg, Corona, Guinness, Johnnie Walker, etc…).

“Paul Roberts practices what he preaches. Make sure you’re Wifi-Kindle-iPad- enabled for this romp into the future. The book for tomorrow created in time for today! If, like us, you’re interested in anticipating and communicating with the “brave new world” out there, you’ll find some pointers in here.”

Ant Keogh Executive Creative Director, Clemenger BBDO
Multi International Award Winning advertising creative ie, “the Big Ad”, painter, musician, writer.

“In my most recent book I related an ancient Chinese proverb, “He who does not worry about the future, will soon have many worries about the present”. In Paul Roberts’ latest book & iPad app, he has written an amusing & comprehensive Armchair Guide to your Future. It’s the real deal. If you plan on prospering as opposed to surviving the next 20 years, you should read this.”

Craig Rispin, Business Futurist & Innovation Expert – Speaker,Author & Mentor – The
Future Trends Group