Friday, December 28, 2012

Sri Lanka registers most ‘sex’ searches on Google

Not many will doubt that one of the most sought after keyword on Internet is “sex” And Sri Lankans, it seems, are the most search savvy when it comes to Googling that term.

This is according to Google Trends, a public web facility that shows how often a particular search-term is entered relative to the total search-volume across various regions of the world, and in various languages.

Second placed India is not far behind in search for the term, and so isn’t (surprise, surprise) #3 Papua New Guinea and #4 Ethiopia even as Pakistan completes the Top 5 nations that Googled for ‘sex’ in 2012.

According to Google Trends, search for the term peaked in Sri Lanka during the week April 15-21, 2012, even as the partial data for the current week (December 23-29, 2012) shows it as second-highest week during which the term was Goggled in 2012.

In India, people most Googled for the term during the week November 11-17, 2012 while the week October 21-27, 2012, wasn’t far behind.
When it comes to breaking down the data by cities, however, India’s Bangalore tops the charts for people Googling the term ‘sex’ in 2012.

In fact, the top 5 slots are all Indian cities – Bangalore is followed by Chennai, Pune New Delhi and Calcutta, in that order.

And mind you, this is a worldwide list not the list of Indian cities most searching for the term. Pakistan’s Lahore is at No. 6 while the next two – Chandigarh and Mumbai – are again Indian cities, followed by Thanh Pho Ho Chi Minh and Hanoi, both in Vietnam, Emirates 247 reports.
Below are the ‘rankings’ for 2012, as of December 26, 2012.

Top 10 Countries where People Googled the term ‘sex’ in 2012

1. Sri Lanka

2. India

3. Papua New Guinea

4. Ethiopia

5. Pakistan

6. Bangladesh

7. Vietnam

8. Nepal

9. Somalia

10. Cambodia

Top 10 Terms Used

1. free sex

2. sex video

3. sex videos

4. porn sex

5. porn

6. indian sex

7. hot sex

8. sex tube

9. sex stories

10. sex girl

Top 10 Cities where People Googled the term ‘sex’

1. Bangalore

2. Chennai

3. Pune

4. New Delhi

5. Calcutta

6. Lahore

7. Chandigarh

8. Mumbai

9. Thanh Pho Ho Chi Minh

10. Hanoi

Source for all data: Google Trends

Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Miss Ceylinco VIP title goes to officials favourite

As expected, Tharuka Wanniarachchi, the favourite of the officials, was crowned Miss Ceylinco VIP 2012 at the finals at Galadari Hotel in Colombo.

Irosha Asanki was the first runners up, while Rukshani Rashmi Prabha was the second runners up.
Tharuka, a tele drama actress, had contested on a promise by Ceylinco VIP top officials that she would be given the title.

A resident of Makola in Kiribathgoda, she has had close connections with those officials.
So does Irosha, who had received lifts by Ceylinco VIP officials in their vehicles for rehearsals at Galadari Hotel from 18 to 21 of November.

Mirror previously carried an exposure about the third placed Rashmi Prabha, who had supplied false information.

Miss Ceylinco VIP

Amal Perera in hospital following assault

Singer Amal Perera has been admitted to Colombo National Hospital following an assault at a night club in Colombo in the early hours of December 22.

He is receiving treatment at ward 79 of the CNH.

Accompanied by fellow singer Chalaka Chamupathi and Hiru TV’s Viraj Weliwatte, Amal had gone to the night club after the television channel’s ‘Hiru Mega Blast’ musical show at Nawaloka Grounds in Welisara.

During a dispute, he had been assaulted by a group of youths and security guards of the night club.

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Sabrina Herft - representing miss Universe 2012

Sabrina Herft 25 years old beauty is representing  Sri Lanka at the Miss Universe Contest 2012 currently being  held in Las Vegas, United States.

She is tipped to be in in the final 20, according to the pageant’s website. The finals will be held today.

Contestants from 89 countries are vying for the Miss Universe title this year.

Sabrina, a past pupil of the Asian International School, holds a degree in Mass Communication of the University of Melbourne, Australia. At present she is a media coordinator of a World Bank funded project in Sri Lanka.

No harm in legalizing prostitution

An anthropologist has recommended legalizing prostitution.

A directress of the Sri Lanka Family Planning Association Madhusha Dissanayake has said there should be an extensive dialogue to pave the way for the necessary legal amendments.

Commenting on claims that legal permission would attract more women into prostitution and that there would be more clients to obtain their services, she said it was a question of dignity and not of the law.

A person with dignity will not seek services of a prostitute, she said.

Wife and children murdered in Ratmalana

In Golumadama Ratmalana, charred bodies found of a mother and two children, in the upstairs room in two storied building, have been murdered, it has been revealed.

The victims of this gruesome murder are Phibiyage Schethana Sandamali Feranando ( 31), a teacher in Moratuwa and her two children Wijayamuni Kushan Sandaru De Silva (03) and Wijayamuni Kushan Bhanuka De Silva (one month).

The Judicial Medical Officer’s (JMO) report on the charred bodies found at Ratmalana yesterday revealed that the infant had died of suffocation while the mother and the three year old child were strangled. The husband, his mother and the servant woman were arrested. Meanwhile, the husband who was questioned by the police is alleged to have admitted to the killing of his wife and two children, according to reports.

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Leaked O/L science paper

The confidentiality of the 2012 G.C.E. O/L examination seems to have been compromised as speculations concerning the possibility of an alleged leak of Science paper I, continue to circulate since Saturday (15).

The suspicions regarding the possible leak of Science paper I held on Saturday (15) arose due a model examination paper that had been distributed among a group of students at a private tuition class. According to concerned education sector officials, paper I of the model examination paper contains Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) that was extremely similar to several questions included in the actual Science paper I.

Ceylon Teachers Service Union (CTSU) General Secretary Mahinda Jayasinghe speaking at a press briefing yesterday said, “Science paper I, which the candidates faced on Saturday contained a total of 19 questions that were extremely similar to the model paper distributed at this private tuition class. The similarities cannot be waived off as clever coincidences as they have been repeated word for word,” he said.

He also said although 17 questions out of the total of 19 questions that were repeated verbatim in the model paper are assumed to be smart speculations, the 38th and 40th questions are impossible to be thought so.  “The 38th and 40th questions have been added to gauge the general knowledge of the candidates and are not off the syllabus. How is it that this tutor has been able to guess the two general knowledge questions verbatim too?” he questioned.

Speaking further Mr. Jayasinghe said, “When we pointed out the loopholes concerning the examination procedures and its results, we were branded as liars. With this incident, the discretion of all three national examinations including the grade five scholarships, O/L and A/L examinations have been comprised. Who is to be held responsible for this situation?” he questioned.

Meanwhile, the Ceylon Teachers Union (CTU) lodged an official complaint with the Examinations Department yesterday concerning suspicions of the alleged paper leak, taking the rumours far beyond the level of speculations.

“We urge the relevant authorities to conduct a fair and effective investigation into this incident,” CTU General Secretary Joseph Stalin added.

It was reported the private totur who distributed the model paper is Sampath aththatage. He is tutor around colombo and gamapaha distric.
There was a Smile face front of each repeated question. Samapath was a close associate of MP Duminda silva.

Original OL Paper

Celebration Party after Colombo Night Race 2012

Streets of Colombo flashed up with an event this city has never seen before. It worked off on December 14 and 15 at Colombo Fort areas. Both CSN and Carlton Motor Sports have accepted the challenge and provided a weekend like never before, filled with fast cars and many more surprises.

The event conducted collaboratively by Carlton Motor Sports Club, Asian Motor Racing Club and Sri Lanka Motor Cycle Club.

There was a massive party after the races and it filled with Russian girls.

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