Rihanna and Katy Perry plan an African vacation
Singers Katy Perry and Rihanna are reportedly back being friends and are even planning to holiday together in Africa.world Updated: Apr 30, 2013 02:10 IST
Singers Katy Perry and Rihanna are reportedly back being friends and are even planning to holiday together in Africa.
They fell out last year when the 28-year-old Perry disapproved of Rihanna getting back together with rapper Chris Brown, reported Sun Online.
“Katy and Rihanna have both done the Hawaii and Cabo-type trips to Mexico before, so this time they’re thinking something a bit different, like a safari in Africa. They want to go somewhere where they can have amazing experiences but still get drunk,” said a source. PTI
App that shows 25 most-played songs by listener
Wellington: For those tired of music charts dictated by 13-year-old girls and Justin Bieber, there may be a solution in the form of a new app.
Herne Bay resident Anthony Gardiner has developed ‘25mostplayed.com,’ a new website dedicated to creating custom music charts based on what interests each listener, Stuff.co.nz reported.
It could signal the end of the top 20 music chart replacing it with playlists selected by users. ANI
Sons love talking with their moms the most: study
Washington: Conversation is crucial in bonding between mothers and sons, with the most prominent topic that of relationships, according to a new study.
That’s very different from father-daughter relationships, which tend to revolve around such shared activities as sports, he said.
While men cited a mother’s trait of simply ‘being there’ as critical in how close they were to their moms, mothers also mentioned ‘social support’ as vital to their connection with sons, says Mark T Morman at Baylor’s College said.ANI
Order online and you can actually save environment
Washington: University of Washington engineers have found that using a grocery delivery service can cut carbon dioxide emissions by at least half when compared with individual household trips to the store.
Trucks filled to capacity that deliver to customers clustered in neighbourhoods produced the most savings in carbon dioxide emissions.
The study found delivery service trucks produced 20 to 75% less carbon dioxide than the corresponding personal vehicles driven to and from a grocery store. ANI