Tuesday, 28 June 2016

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Long distance relationships – One of the most testing times in love occurs when your loved one has to live in a different city, state or country due to certain obligations. Distances in the earlier days were not too many or too often observed in couples. But now-a-days, starting from teens to adults, there are many such relationships. Modern love, if true, can withstand all these barriers and keep a couple united despite these distances.

Live-in relationships – There are many debates going on about this particular topic. While, in some countries, this is a common practice and not much frowned upon, but, in certain countries, it is still a taboo subject and in some even illegal! The good thing is couples who love each other, but want to be sure of their compatibility with each other, can try staying together for some time before tying the knot. This certainly reduces the number of failed marriages and the after-effects of divorce affecting children and other children. But the convenience and not love draws two people together for such an arrangement, it really gives a bad name to the whole concept.

Beautiful Important Facts About Australia

The sports capital of the world has 70 percent of its total population participating at least once a week in a particular recreational activity or sport.

Despite having a convict colony history, Australia’s homicide rate is 1.2 per 100,000 population compared to the 6.3 per 100,000 in the United States.

Australians refer to English people as Pome, which is actually the acronym for Prisoners of Mother England.

Approximately 1.35 trillion bottles of wine are produced by Australia.

Australia Day is a celebration of diversity and tolerance in Australian society, embracing all ethnic backgrounds, racial differences and political viewpoints.

Kangaroo meat can be purchased from the supermarket, butcher and available on restaurant menus as a leaner and healthier alternative to beef or lamb with a 1-2 percent fat content.

Australia was the second country in the world to give women the right to vote in 1902.

It contains an amazing ecosystem with unique flora and fauna including pristine rainforest, ancient rock formations and beautiful beaches.

Today’s Australia is very multicultural with Indigenous peoples and migrants from some 200 countries.

Over 200 different languages and dialects are spoken in Australia including 45 Indigenous languages. The most common non-English spoken languages are Italian, Greek, Cantonese, Arabic, Vietnamese and Mandarin.

Australia is the only place in the world where you can still find the lung fish which is a living fossil from the Triassic period 350 million years ago.

The only nation-continent of 20 million people in the world.

More than 80 percent of Australians live within 100 kilometers of the coast making Australia one of the world’s most urbanized coastal dwelling populations.
It has the world’s 3rd largest ocean territory, spanning three oceans and covering around 12 million square kilometers.

The largest cattle station in the world is Anna Creek Station in South Australia at over 34,000 square kilometers. It is even larger than Belgium.

Vegetation covers nearly 7 million square kilometers or 91 percent of Australia.

The largest Greek population in the world beside Athens in Greece can be found in Melbourne Victoria.

It is the 6th largest country in the world, occupying an entire continent of some 7.6 million square kilometers.

Australia Facts for Kids

As of 2012, Australia has an estimated population of over 22 million people.

Australia is the world's 6th largest country by area.

Due to its large size and isolation from the rest of the world, Australia is sometimes known as the ‘island continent’.

The largest cities in Australia are Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide.

A desert area known as the ‘outback’ covers much of the land.

The name ‘Australia’ comes from the Latin word ‘australis’, meaning southern.

It is estimated the humans have lived in Australia for around 45000 years.

The indigenous people of Australia are Australian Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders.

The highest mountain on mainland Australia is Mt Kosciuszko, standing 2228m (7310ft) above sea level.

The world's largest reef system, the Great Barrier Reef, is found off the north-eastern coast of Australia.

Australia has a range of different landscapes, including urban areas, mountain ranges, deserts and rain forests.

Australia is home to a variety of unique animals, including the koala, kangaroo, emu, kookaburra and platypus.

Although they usually keep to themselves, there are a range of dangerous snakes in Australia, such as the Brown Snake, Tiger Snake and Taipan.

Australia has over 750 different reptile species, more than any other country in the world.

Australia is a relatively wealthy country with a high life expectancy.

Australia hosted the 1956 (Melbourne) and 2000 (Sydney) Summer Olympics.

12 Interesting Facts about Australia

1) It is the 6th largest country in the world, occupying an entire continent of some 7.6 million square kilometres.

2) It has the world's 3rd largest ocean territory, spanning three oceans and covering around 12 million square kilometres.

3) Vegetation covers nearly 7 million square kilometres or 91 percent of Australia. 

4) The largest Greek population in the world beside Athens in Greece can be found in Melbourne Victoria.

5) Most of Australia's exotic flora and fauna cannot be found anywhere else in the world.

6) The Indigenous 'Dream Time' is the foundation for tens of thousands of years of spiritual aboriginal art, traditions, legends, myths, folklore and culture.

7) The only nation-continent of 20 million people in the world.

8) The wattle was adopted as the national floral emblem in 1912.

9) The first Australian Friendly Society with the motto of 'Advance Australia' was the Australian Natives' Association (ANA) formed in Victoria in 1871.

10) More than 80 percent of Australians live within 100 kilometres of the coast making Australia one of the world's most urbanised coastal dwelling populations.

11) Over 200 different languages and dialects are spoken in Australia including 45 Indigenous languages. The most common non-English spoken languages are Italian, Greek, Cantonese, Arabic, Vietnamese and Mandarin.

12) The world's highest proportion of migrant settlers in a developed nation with over 25% of Australians born in another country.

A Brief History of Singapore And Pictures

If you are new to Singapore, you’re probably wondering how this small city-state in Southeast Asia with a total land area measuring only 273 square miles (707.1 square kilometers) and one of the youngest nations in the world became one of its most successful.

The answer lies in a unique set of geography and history – Singapore’s strategic location on the major sea route between India and China, its excellent harbor, and its free-trade harbor status granted by its visionary founder Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles. However, while Sir Stamford Raffles created the framework for Singapore’s early success, it was Singapore’s former Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew who shaped the first quarter-century of Singapore’s existence as an independent nation and defined the path to its current success. What follows is a brief history of the country’s origins from a colonial outpost to the developed nation that it is today.


Recent studies have verified that lions have never lived on Singapore but legend has it that a 14th century Sumatran prince spotted an auspicious beast (probably a Malayan tiger) upon landing on the island after a thunderstorm. Thus, the name Singapore comes from the Malay words “Singa” for lion and “Pura” for city. Prior to European settlement, the island now known as Singapore was the site of a Malay fishing village and inhabited by several hundred indigenous Orang Laut people.


In late 1818, Lord Hastings – the British Governor General of India – appointed Lieutenant General Sir Stamford Raffles to establish a trading station at the southern tip of the Malay peninsula.  The British were extending their dominion over India and their trade with China was expanding. They saw the need for a port of call to “refit, revitalize and protect their merchant fleet” as well as to prevent any advances made by the Dutch in the East Indies.
After surveying other nearby islands in 1819, Sir Stamford Raffles and the rest of the British East India Company landed on Singapore, which was to become their strategic trading post along the spice route.  Eventually Singapore became one of the most important commercial and military centers of the British Empire. The island was the third British acquisition in the Malay Peninsula after Penang (1786) and Malacca (1795). These three British Settlements (Singapore, Penang and Malacca) became the Straights Settlements in 1826, under the control of British India. By 1832, Singapore became the center of government of the three areas. On 1 April 1867, the Straights Settlements became a Crown Colony and was ruled by a governor under the jurisdiction of the Colonial Office in London.


During World War II, Singapore was occupied by the Japanese.  British Prime Minister Winston Churchill described this “as the worst disaster and largest capitulation in British history”. In the aftermath of the war, the country faced staggering problems of high unemployment, slow economic growth, inadequate housing, decaying infrastructure, labor strikes and social unrest. Nevertheless, it sparked a political awakening among the local population and saw the rise of anti-colonial and nationalist sentiments, as epitomized by the slogan “Merdeka” which means “independence” in the Malay language.
In 1959, Singapore became a self-governing state within the British Empire with Yusof Bin Ishak as its first Yang de-Pertuan Negara (Malay for “Someone who is the eminent Master of the State”) and Lee Kuan Yew as its first and long-standing Prime Minister (he served until 1990). Before joining the Federation of Malaysia along with Malaya, Sabah and Sarawak, Singapore declared independence from Britain unilaterally in August 1963. Two years later, Singapore left the federation after heated ideological conflicts arose between the Singapore government’s major political party called the People’s Action Party (PAP) and the federal Kuala Lumpur goverment. On 9 August 1965, Singapore officially gained sovereignty. Yusof Bin Ishak sworn in as its first president and Lee Kuan Yew remained prime minister.
With independence came bleak, if not precarious economic prospects. According to Barbara Leitch Lepoer, the editor of Singapore: A Country Study (1989): “Separation from Malaysia meant the loss of Singapore’s economic hinterland, and Indonesia’s policy of military confrontation directed at Singapore and Malaysia had dried up the entrepot from that direction.” According to the same book, Singapore also faced the loss of 20 percent of its jobs with the announcement of Britain’s departure from the island’s bases in 1968.


Instead of demoralizing Singapore, these problems motivated Singapore’s leadership to focus on the nation’s economy. With Cambridge-educated lawyer Lee Kuan Yew at its helm, the Singaporean government was aggressive in promoting export-oriented, labor-extensive industrialization through a program of incentives to attract foreign investment. After all, Singapore still had its strategic location to its advantage.
By 1972, one-quarter of Singapore’s manufacturing firms were either foreign-owned or joint-venture companies, and both USA and Japan were major investors. As a result of Singapore’s steady political climate, favorable investment conditions and the rapid expansion of the world economy from 1965 to 1973, the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) experienced annual double-digit growth.
With the economic boom of the late 1960s and 1970s, new jobs were created in the private sector.  The government provision of subsidized housing, education, health services and public transportation generated new jobs in the public sector. The Central Provident Fund, the country’s comprehensive social security scheme sustained by compulsory contributions by employer and employee, provided the necessary capital for government projects and financial security for the country’s workers in their old age.
By the late 1970s, the government changed its strategic focus to skill and technology-intensive, high value-added industries and away from labor-intensive manufacturing. In particular, information technology was given priority for expansion and Singapore became the world’s largest producer of disk drives and disk drive parts in 1989. In the same year, 30 percent of the country’s GDP was due to earnings from manufacturing.
Singapore’s international and financial services sector was and still is one of the fastest growing sectors of its economy accounting for nearly 25 percent of the country’s GDP in the late 1980s. In the same year, Singapore ranked with Hong Kong as the two most important Asian financial centers after Tokyo. By 1990, Singapore played host to more than 650 multinational companies and several thousand financial institutions and trading firms. On the political front, Goh Chok Tong succeeded Lee Kuan Yew and in 2004 Lee Hsien Loong, the eldest son of Lee Kuan Yew, became Singapore’s third prime minister.


Out of 5.312 million Singaporeans, 3.285 million are Singapore citizens and roughly 0.533 million are Singapore permanent residents. Chinese, Malays and Indians comprise the three official ethnic groups in the country. With such a multi-ethnic population, the country’s leadership envisioned a Singaporean identity that calls for “rugged individualism with an emphasis on excellence”.


The island’s initial success resulted from its role as a conveniently located and duty-free entrepot for the three-way trade among China, India and the Malay archipelago. By the late 19th century, the British overloads of Singapore had extended their influence throughout the Malay peninsula and the port of Singapore acquired a rich hinterland of resources.
When the British failed to protect Singapore from Japanese occupation during World War II, they lost their credibility with the Singaporeans.  The aftermath sparked an outpouring of anti-colonial and nationalist sentiments. After the Merger with Malaysia and the subsequent separation, the former colonial port of Singapore become a leader in global financing and trading in the 1970s. Today, it continues to wittingly maneuver its way in the world of international trade, just as it had done in the 19th century, and a large part of that success is owed to its government’s pro-industrialization policies and excellence-oriented multi-ethnic people.

Top 6 Most Beautiful Unique Roads in Switzerland

Switzerland is a very exciting place to explore on a trip, with all the sightseeing, museums and shopping it has to offer.However, did you know that Switzerland has some very unique roads which can give you a great taste of this Alpine country? Thanks to the vertical nature of much of Switzerland, there are some truly beautiful roads to see.

You will spot this unique road through the peaks of the Eastern Alps, as it looks like a mind boggling zigzag. The Stelvio Pass at 2500 m altitude can be reached from Santa Maria in Switzerland, a border town which features the smallest whiskey bar on earth.

It's not just me praising this road: TV's Top Gear has declared this road one of the best driving roads in all of Europe! Watch their videoas they attack the mountain pass in their sports cars...

But be warned: Driving on this road is truly a workout for both the vehicle and the driver, as it takes some real thought and skill to navigate those unexpected twists, turns and bumps carefully. There are a total of 60 hairpin turns, as well as the possibility of snow

The Grimsel Pass is located in Switzerland’s upper Rhone valley and is used to help drivers make their way over the steep, winding mountainside. The view is like something out of a blockbuster film, where you see Tom Cruise (or a similar famous actor) driving along in a red Ferrari with the wind in his hair.

7 Simple and Natural Ways You Can Look Younger Than Your Age

Jay Z song titled: “Forever Young”, does not necessarily means we don’t want to get old, but want to age with grace and youthful vibrancy. Everyone wants to be fit and look healthy at age 80! Everyone wants to be 75 years, but want to look 45 yrs.

Getting old and looking old isn’t beautiful, as we all know that the signs of aging is really bothersome. It is a huge nightmare to see yourself getting older day by day as you look yourself in front of the mirror. Truly, you can’t but imagine how smooth and silky your skin looked when you’re young, and how you once have that perfect shiny hair and a glowing face.Aging is a natural phenomenon which can not be stopped. So you need to accept this human natural process with grace and learn how to age with grace.

Today, i want to share with you, the medically approved signs, to stopped age from showing up on your face before the time has come. Here are the tips on how to always look young.

1. Keep Yourself Hydrated

Been hydrated is always good and recommended by Doctors. It has been proven over and over again, that drinking a good amount of water is the natural way of taking care of your skin and health.

Want to have that fresh, young, smooth, silky and shinning skin and face? Then always drink a lot of water. Take note that Water flushes out toxins from the Human body, which will help you to control wear and tear of your skin.

So the next time you are thirsty, try your possible best to get water, instead of other carbonated drinks.

2. Clear the Makeup

Wearing makeup on your face always make you look good and beautiful, but it also have it’s side effects. We all know that makeup helps in hiding the flaws and wrinkles on the human face, However, it’s advisable not to go overboard with the makeup.

Having too much makeup on your face makes you look fake and it’s surprising to know that women know about this, as they are also aware, that Men don’t really appreciate too much makeup either.

After the day job, it is medically advisable to always remove the makeup using a good cleanser or baby oil before going to bed. Take note that this 2nd tips is very important and essential as makeup. Leaving Makeup overnight is very harmful for your skin.

3. Always wear a good sun block

There have been several inventions to help us avoid the side effects of sun rays on our face. Please take note that sunscreen is perfect for making your skin look perfect. Some of the biggest damage which is done to the skin is because of the raw exposure to the sun.

Take note that exposure to the sun usually results in the premature sagging of skin and also culminates in wrinkles, and these are the two things which are concrete signs of aging to the human face.

So to keep your face looking young and fresh, it is always advisable to wear a good sun block and also team it up with accessories like hats, sunglasses and scarfs to avoid the heat. You can see why certain Hollywood stars always look young, because of what they wear on their face.

4. Keep Fit With Exercise

One of the biggest method of getting a smooth face and staying young, is staying fit. This does not necessarily means you have to spend hours in the gym. All you need to do, is to to eat the right foods and maintain a daily exercise routine.

It is medically advisable to always try in balancing a healthy diet with some amount of exercise, and do so everyday. If you always fit and exercise on a daily basic, you’ll be looking vibrant.

5. Avoid Stress

IN our course of living, it’s impossible to avoid stress at one time or the other in our life, but you can always try your possible best to avoid stress and anything that gives you sleepless night. Have you ever noticed Presidents, seen their pictures which shows before they were appointed Presidents and Their pictures during their presidency? You’ll notice a great chance, especially in their face. You will see stress and wrinkles all over their face. This is a sign of stress, of sleepless nights.

Once you master the art of avoiding stress, then you’re on your way looking fresh and young when old. One of the early signs of aging is stress and a wrinkled face. So thinking too much will always have a bad effect on your body as well as on our skin which makes you look older than you actually are.

One way to avoid stress and live a stress free life, is indulging yourself in meditation and yoga training. This will help your body control your stress levels. If you’re successful in living a stress free life, you’ll be a happier person which will surely radiant on your face.

6. Have a Healthy Sleep Schedule

I have seen people who, while trying to make money, goes on a sleepless night. If you are not getting the right amount of sleep your body needs. There is every certainty that the stress will show on your face. You must realize that the body needs time to rest, and getting the required rest your body needs, will help keep your from an aging skin.

It is medically proven that sleeping for 6-8 hours daily gives the body the rest it deserves, which will help you look fresh and effervescent, giving you that fresh and young look, you always dream about.

7. Always Be Positive and Stay with Positive People
When you live with positive people, you tend to always be happy and see a bright future. Always try to stay away from people who are too critical or judgmental of your actions and decisions. Instead of the negative vibes, spend more quality time with people who actually appreciates and love you.

When you surround yourself with people who love you and appreciates you, you will notice that life is a much more better place that way. When you’re with positive people, you’ll smile more often, and it takes 79 muscles to frown, but just 7 muscles to smile. So smiling makes your face always retain it’s youthful looks.
Final Conclusion

But i want you to know that aging is a process that every human being has to go through and it may get tough for women, more than Men. So one of the BEST methods to always look young is to feel young at heart and accept that these minor changes just show how life is a process.
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