Jennifer Aniston, Justin Theroux wedding ‘on hold’?
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Jennifer Aniston, Justin Theroux wedding ‘on hold’?

Jennifer Aniston and fiance Justin Theroux have reportedly put their nuptials on hold.

entertainment Updated: Jun 14, 2013 00:09 IST

Jennifer Aniston and fiance Justin Theroux have reportedly put their nuptials on hold.

The couple, who got engaged 10 months ago, are apparently flooded with work which has forced them to delay their trip to the altar, the People magazine reported.

The stars were going ahead with their wedding preparation a few months ago but things have slowed down now.
“Wedding bands were designed and Jen was deciding on a dress,” said a source, adding Aniston even had a date in mind. Aniston, 44, and Theroux, 41 are overloaded with work commitments and a massive house renovation, “wedding talk has stopped,” the source informed. PTI

Halle Berry and Olivier Martinez expecting baby boy
Washington: Olivier Martinez has confirmed that he and his fiance Halle Berry are expecting a baby boy.
Martinez told People magazine on Wednesday that his son will be an American, but he will remain French.
The 47-year-old actor made the comment at the opening night of the Champs-Elysees Film Festival where he is serving as this year’s honorary president.

Berry, 46, already has a daughter named Nahla with ex-boyfriend Gabriel Aubry. PTI

A pair of shorts that charges your mobile as you walk
Washington: Scientists have invented a pair of shorts which stores energy to charge wearer’s phone battery while they are on the move.

An average person wearing the Power Shorts and going for a stroll can generate enough energy to charge a battery for four hours, the Sun reported.

This happens with the help of a fabric that turns walking into electrical power. The gaps in the clothes are squashed together while a person walks and the energy created is then used to power mobiles. Christian Cull at Vodafone said their ambition was to create a solution to charging-related issues.ani

Altitude affects the way languages are spoken
Washington: A new study has found a link between geographical elevation and the way language is spoken.
The study reveals that languages containing ejective consonants are spoken mainly in regions of high elevation.
Ejectives are sounds produced with an intensive burst of air, and are not found in the English language.
The findings show that 87% of the languages with ejectives included in the study are located within 500 km of a region of high elevation on all continents. ani

First Published: Jun 14, 2013 00:08 IST