Category archives: Celebrity

Doctors had to remove my ears to fix my face: Model obsessed with plastic surgery reveals how her 'drag queen' looks had to go after her daughter threatened to leave

Ex-glamour model Alicia Douvall, 34, had 350 procedures costing £1.5m ‘I had turned myself into a Frankenstein. I looked like a bad drag queen’ Eldest daughter Georgia, 18, said ‘stop having surgery or I’ll leave home’ Alicia underwent risky nine-hour restorative operation costing £25,000 Had horrific cheek implants removed and frozen smile restored ‘My nose had to be cut off to lift my lip to get my smile back’ It […]

Woman, 26, whose weight plummeted to five-and-a-half stone after school nurse said she was obese conquers anorexia to gain master's degree

Woman, 26, whose weight plummeted to five-and-a-half stone after school nurse said she was obese conquers anorexia to gain master’s degree Rowena Buxton-Henderson suffered from anorexia throughout her teens She developed condition when after a school nurse weighed her and told her she must lose weight because she was ‘morbidly obese’ Aged 13 and at 16-and-a-half stone, she was overweight, but the humiliating incident caused her to become terrified of […]

Mexico captures Zetas cartel leader

A Mexican military helicopter hovered south of the border in the early morning darkness. Below it, one of the country’s most wanted drug lords was riding in a pickup truck. Mexican authorities say they’d been tracking Zetas cartel boss Miguel Angel Trevino Morales for months. Early Monday morning, their moment came to swoop in. The helicopter stopped a pickup Trevino was riding in 27 kilometers away from the border city […]

Malala Yousafzai; enlightened moderation versus dark extremism

Pakistani student Malala Yousafzai addressed the United Nations Youth Assembly at the U.N. Headquarters in New York. Her twenty-minute speech was given several standing ovations and she was hailed for her message of peace. July 12 was declared as “Malala Day” by the United Nations. She went on to give a rousing speech, saying that she held no contempt in her heart for the masked gunmen who, on October 9, […]

The raid that saw Mandela jailed for life -- Liliesleaf 50 years on

From inside a small thatched roof cottage, Ahmed Kathrada watched with horror as a laundry van approaching the main house of Liliesleaf Farm exploded with teams of police officers. He and other anti-apartheid activists hiding out at the farm attempted to jump out of a back window. But they were surrounded, their hopes dashed and their plans for an overthrow of South Africa’s apartheid government were extinguished. “The vehicles pulled […]

Andy Murray deserves knighthood after Wimbledon - David Cameron

Prime Minister David Cameron says Andy Murray deserves a knighthood after becoming the first Briton to win the Wimbledon men’s singles since 1936. Murray won the title with a 6-4 7-5 6-4 triumph against world number one Novak Djokovic on Sunday. “I can’t think of anyone who deserves one more,” said Mr Cameron, who watched the match from the Royal Box. But Murray said: “It’s a nice thing to have […]

Exclusive interview of Indo-Candian author Vinita Kinra of "Pavitra in Paris" only on ClamorWorld.com

Excerpt from an interview with Vinita Kinra, author of recently published book Pavitra in Paris.   Clamorworld: First of all, heartiest congratulations on publishing Pavitra in Paris. I must admit that every single story of your book stirs a range of emotions. How do you make your descriptions so vivid? Vinita Kinra: Thank you for your observation. My aim is to give a soul to every character of every story, […]

Vatican to make John Paul II a saint

John Paul II is credited as helping to end Communist rule in Europe The Vatican says Pope John Paul II is to become a saint. Pope Francis cleared the way for his canonisation, expected later this year, after a second miracle was attributed to the late pontiff’s intervention. The Polish-born pope led the Roman Catholic Church from 1978 until his death in 2005. Pope Francis also approved the sainthood of […]

Four Indian-American kid chefs win White House challenge

Washington: Four Indian-American kids have made it to the exclusive list of 54 winners of the White House-launched national ‘Healthy Lunchtime Challenge’ by coming out with a healthy menu. These 54 kids would be honoured by none other than the First Lady, Michelle Obama, at the Kids’ “State Dinner” at the White House on July 9. The group will join the First Lady for a healthy lunch, featuring a selection […]

Court orders return of Mandela children's bodies

JOHANNESBURG: A South African court ruled on Wednesday that Nelson Mandela’s grandson must return the bodies of the former president’s three deceased children to their original burial site. The court ruled against grandson Mandla Mandela, who moved the bodies of three Mandela children in 2011 from Mandela’s hometown in Qunu to his birthplace of Mvezo, about 25 kilometers (15 miles) away. The family members claimed Mandla Mandela moved the graves […]