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  • 11 really hot photos of Melania Trump, America's new first lady

    Donald J Trump is the new president of the United States, and this means that Melania Trump, his wife, is the first lady of the United States. 

    Melania Trump at 46 years is 24 years junior to her husband and she is ridiculously hot. She was an international model from Slovenia, who has featured onthe popular Playboy magazine.

    Melania is now officially a naturalized US citizen, who dabbles in the jewelry business and her Playboy days might be over, but here are some really sexy photos of the new first lady:

    1. Here we find her in a sxy black gown  

    “The Model As Muse: Embodying Fashion” Costume Institute Gala – Arrivals Photo by Stephen Lovekin on Getty Images

    2. Melania in a white mini dress.

    3. Melania Trump slays in a pant suit. 

     4. Trump’s wife also models lingerie.

    5. She is extremely hot in this underwear shoot.

    6. Even relaxed in a chair, she knows how to look sultry in a picture. 

     

    7. She looks like a first lady here.

    8. Here she slays on the red carpet of the Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 7, 2012.

    NEW YORK, NY – MAY 07: Melania Trump attends the “Schiaparelli And Prada: Impossible Conversations” Costume Institute Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 7, 2012 in New York City. (Photo by Larry Busacca/Getty Images)

    9. Melania Trump attends the world premiere of “Tower Heist” at the Ziegfeld Theatre on October 24, 2011.

     

    NEW YORK, NY – OCTOBER 24: Melania Trump attends the world premiere of “Tower Heist” at the Ziegfeld Theatre on October 24, 2011 in New York City. (Photo by Theo Wargo/Getty Images)
    10. When she attended “The Model as Muse: Embodying Fashion” Costume Institute Gala at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 4, 2009.

     

    Melania Trump attends “The Model as Muse: Embodying Fashion” Costume Institute Gala at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 4, 2009 in New York City. (Photo by Larry Busacca/Getty Images)

    11. The new first lady seems to love medieval settings in her photoshoots. 

     

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  • Scholarship programs in Norway

    Ethiopian graduate students may apply for admission to a variety of undergraduate and graduate degree programs in Norway. Norway offers a unique student experience and Norwegian higher education institutions welcome applications sent by qualified students from all over the world. If you are interested in learning abroad and if you think Norway could be a great choice you can find some information regarding  Scholarship programs in Norway.


    Scholarship programs in Norway

    1.International Summer School Scholarships at University of Oslo

    The University of Oslo offers scholarships to applicants from certain countries to study Masters and Bachelor’s courses offered during the International Summer School.

    Host Institution(s):

    University of Oslo, Norway

    Scholarship value:

    Full scholarships may include basic fee, additional fees, pocket money allowance, and plane ticket to and from Norway. Partial scholarships cover only all or part of the Basic fee and additional fees (if applicable).
    Website:

    Visit ➤ Official Scholarship Website

    2.Norwegian Partnership Program for Global Academic Cooperation (NORPART)

    The program will support academic partnerships and student mobility with an emphasis on the Master and PhD level. The program addresses both higher education policy and development policy goals.

    Application Deadline: The final deadline for submitting applications is 5 September 2016, at 15:00 Norwegian time (CET).

    How to Apply

    The applications should be prepared jointly by the main partner institution in Norway and the other partner institution(s).

    Website:

    Visit ➤Official Scholarship Website

    Scholarship programs are designed to give opportunity to proactive students who have a strong desire to succeed. In order to get a scholarship award you need to be active in researching and applying for programs. Apply to every scholarship program that meets your needs and requirements.

    Read about scholarship programs in China – Chinese Government Scholarships

    Source: www.scholars4dev.com

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  • Here’s Why Men’s Shirt Buttons Are On The Right While Women Have Them On The Left

    The history of buttons is intriguing. What's even more interesting is the reason behind their different placement on shirts for men and women. From horses to babies to Napoleon, each theory is more interesting than the previous one.

    Button up as we go through the pages of history to find out the reason behind this mystery:

    1. Napoleon Bonaparte's scheme of stopping women from mocking him.

    All of his portraits have his right hand tucked into the coat which could only be achieved if the buttoning was from left to right. It is said that women used to stick their hand in just like he did, mimicking & mocking him. He then ordered all women's clothing to have buttons on the opposite side so that they could no longer do that.

    Source: urbanfinne

    2. Women were dressed by servants and men dressed themselves.

    While men usually dressed themselves when it came to dressing, women in yesteryears had servants to do that for them. Since servants were mostly right-handed, it was easier for them to have the buttons on the left.

    Source: undressinghistorical

     

    3. Men held swords in their right hand while women held babies in their left.

    It was easy for men to unbutton their upper-wear with their left hand as their right was preoccupied with a sword, especially during warfare. As for women, they held babies in their left hand to keep their right hand free for unbuttoning their top to allow babies to breast feed.

    Source: hitfix

    Source: tvinsider

    4. Women rode sidesaddle on the horse while men sat astride.

    While heading into combat, men sat astride and rode on the left side of the road so that they could use their right hand to hold swords. They would draw these swords from their left hip and the left side had to overlap the right to prevent the hilt of the sword from getting stuck in the coat or shirt. Women, on the other hand, sat sidesaddle to the left, like they do on cycles and bikes these days. Buttoning on the left did not allow any wind to enter into their shirts.

    Source: calgaryherald

    5. Women wanted to prove they are equal to men and different as well.

    Another theory says that to prove that women are equal to men, many features of men's clothing were borrowed by them. But they did want to put in a few changes to indicate that they are different too. Hence, buttons on opposite sides.

     

    6. Manufacturers & producers wanted to keep this difference.

    When shirts for both sexes went into mass production, such minor changes are what identified the difference between male and female clothing.

    Source: wearekoalasvintage

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  • These 23 Most Perfectly Timed Photos Will Blow Your Mind

    Sometimes we capture a photo that turns it into a hilarious coincidence or a beautiful illusion. Here are such 23 Most Perfectly Timed Photos Will Blow Your Mind.

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  • He Fight for India but his Country Paid him Nothing than Being Garbage Man

    That we treat cricketers like gods is probably India's most ill-kept secret. While cricketers sign deals worth hundreds of crores to endorse hair oils, shoes and just about everything they can get their hands on, they buy motorsports teams, launch their own clothing labels, date actresses, buy bikes worth your 3-years salary - in a nutshell - they are living it up like rockstars. And they should too - cricket is a huge sport in India. The problem is not that cricketers make a lot of money, but the fact that several other sportsmen don't make any.

    A prime example of this is national-level gold medal-winning boxer Kamal Kumar who is now forced to collect garbage from door to door to make a living. Kamal said that he wanted to become the pride of the nation, but the government remained ignorant and so he didn't get any financial support.

    "I am sad because even after playing at national level I was not able to get a fourth class job. I am doing this job of collecting garbage for a living, as I have a family who is dependent on me," Kamal is quoted as saying by ANI. 

     

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