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Delhi to Host First Ever Heartwork Tattoo Festival
Business Wire IndiaThe renowned author Michael Biondi once wrote that “Our bodies were printed as blank pages to be filled with the ink of our hearts”. Renowned actor and producer Johnny Depp says his body is his journal and others have said the tattoo reflects the personality of the person, displaying his or her experiences

5 Seconds of Summer Rock Out on Debut North American Tour
Aussie pop-rock quartet 5 Seconds of Summer embark on their Rock Out With Your Socks Out Tour tonight, Friday, July 17 at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas. With 35 dates in the U.S. and Canada, the group is making their sophomore North American tour -- and first headlining tour -- really count.

Easton Pharmaceuticals Provides Medicated Markets Due Diligence Update With the Disclosure of Total Number of Plants, Strains and Dispensaries Currently Being Serviced
Easton Pharmaceuticals Inc. (OTC PINK: EAPH) announces due diligence update with the disclosure of total number of plants, strains and current dispensaries being serviced.

Kevin Gates Announces Epic US Trek; "By Any Means Tour" to Get Underway July 15th in Houston; Support on All Dates From Chevy Woods; Baton Rouge-Based MC Included in XXL's Prestigious "XXL Freshmen 2014"; New Mixtape Among the Year's Best Reviewed; "BY ANY MEANS" Available Now
Bread Winners' Association/Atlantic recording artist Kevin Gates has announced plans for a major US tour. The "By Any Means Tour" gets underway July 15th in Houston and travels through late August (see below itinerary). Support comes from special guest Chevy Woods. Pre-sale tickets will be available beginning Wednesday, May 7th at 10:00am local market time

Kevin Gates Unleashes "BY ANY MEANS"; Hugely Anticipated Mixtape Arrives Today Amidst Extensive Online Action; Baton Rouge-Based MC Proves a Sensation at Last Week's South by Southwest (SXSW) Festival; New Video, "Arm and Hammer" Premieres Today; "BY ANY MEANS" Available Now
Bread Winners' Association/Atlantic recording artist Kevin Gates has announced today's release of his eagerly awaited new mixtape, "BY ANY MEANS." The project, which follows last year's acclaimed "STRANGER THAN FICTION," is available now on the iTunes Store ( and other leading digital retailers.

Bread Winners' Association Artist Kevin Gates Announces March 18th Release Date of Latest Mixtape "By Any Means"
In just one short year, New Orleans native Kevin Gates has done the seemingly impossible. He's managed to evolve from obscure regional artist with a cult-like following, to now being heralded as an industry best-in-show

New Production Deal for "Whisper of Crows," a Compelling Novel of Horror, Romance, and Violence
A production deal with EG Daily Productions has been set for "Whisper of Crows," a graphic horror thriller from author/filmmaker Jameson Hesse, published last October. The production will feature actors Elizabeth "E.G." Daily, Peter Dobson, and James Wilder in prominent roles.

Sex and sleaze that goes on in 'devoutly Muslim ' Dubai revealed
Dubai, which is one of the world's most devoutly Muslim countries, still manages to attract a number of people from Britain with three things in mind - to strip off and get a tan, get trashed and have sex.

Ex-NI boss hits backs over UK MP's report on phone hacking
Former News International boss Les Hinton has responded back at a report by British lawmakers on the phone hacking scandal, accusing them of 'misreading' evidence.

Hacking was right, says Sky Chief
Sky News Chief John Ryley has admitted accessing the computer of "back-from-the-dead" canoeist John Darwin and his wife Anne, claiming to be acting in the public interest. There is, however, no such defence under computer misuse laws.

Sky news admits authorising journalist to hack 'Canoe Man' Darwin's emails
Senior executives at Sky News reportedly allowed a journalist to illegally hack the emails of "Canoe Man" John Darwin, who has been accused of faking his own death in 2002 to claim insurance money.

Allen Stanford goes on trial for $7 bln Ponzi scam
The trail for former Texan billionaire Allen Stanford, accused of defrauding thousands of investors in a seven billion dollars Ponzi scheme, will begin today.

Charlie Sheen's 'Anger Management' slapped with 50m-dollar lawsuit
Joe Roth, who is the producer of Charlie Sheen's comeback series 'Anger Management', has been sued for over 50 million dollars by another producer Jason Shuman.

JLo rings in New Year with toy-boy lover in Miami
Jennifer Lopez celebrated the New Year with new beau Casper Smart in Miami Beach for a weekend of dancing, dining and cruising.

Alcoholism's short-term effects on memory functioning could be harmful
Alcoholism can disrupt memory functioning prior to later-stage Korsakoff's syndrome - a neurological disorder usually related to alcohol abuse, according to a new study.

List of Top Prescription Drugs Linked to Brain-Related Side Effects Released by AdverseEvents, Inc.
In recognition of Brain Awareness Week, AdverseEvents, Inc., the leading resource for information on drug side effects, has released a report identifying FDA approved medications that are most associated with causing brain-related side effects. Brain Awareness Week is March 12-18, 2012.

Pupils in eyes ' are windows to the mind'
The eyes are the window into the soul, or, at least the mind, a new study has suggested.

Allen Stanford loses bid to delay trial for $7bln Ponzi scam
Texas billionaire and cricket tycoon R. Allen Stanford, accused of running a 7.2 billion dollars Ponzi scheme has lost his bid for a three-month delay in his criminal fraud trial.

Congress rebuts charges, accuses BJP of suffering from political amnesia
Criticising the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for opposing the constitutional status to the Lokpal, the ruling Congress Party on Thursday accused the former of suffering from political amnesia, and said the Parliament has the right to make law of India.

Digvijay Singh slams Advani over anti-Sonia remarks
Asserting that the Centre has taken all steps to check corruption, Congress General Secretary Digvijay Singh on Sunday hit out at Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) veteran Lal Krishna Advani for his comments against the UPA chairperson and said that it is at the behest of Sonia Gandhi that Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh has strengthened the money laundering act.

Dr. Farooq Abdullah Urges the Nation to Transform the Promise of Boundless and Clean Energy into reality on TERI’s Foundation Day
Outlining India’s achievements in the field of renewable energy, Dr

Mystery that prompted Hitchcock to make 'The Birds' solved
Alfred Hitchcock's thriller 'The Birds' was apparently inspired by a 'strange' real life event, which occurred two years before the release of one of the scariest films in history.

Matt Damon thinks Gilroy's 'Bourne Ultimatum' could have ended career
Matt Damon has said that he thinks Tony Gilroy's first draft for 'Bourne Ultimatum' was "unreadable" and could have been a "career-ender".

'Former billionaire 'competent' to stand trail for duping $7bn'
Former Texan billionaire Allen Stanford, 61, is mentally fit to face trial, a US judge has ruled.

Hindus wish Pope the best on World Youth Day 2011
The Hindus have sent good wishes to His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI for the 26th 'World Youth Day' (WYD) being held at Madrid (Spain) from August 16-21.

Very early childhood experiences can be recalled years later
Events experienced by children when they were as young as two-year-old, can be recalled years later, a new study has revealed.

Over-exertion during sex may lead to temporary amnesia
Scientists have warned that over-exertion during sex can wipe out one's memory, a rare condition called "transient global amnesia".

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