Aishwarya Rai Bachchan voted fourth most beautiful woman of the world

Screenshot_1Former Miss World, top notch model and a powerhouse performer, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan (40)has voted the world’s fourth most beautiful woman in a recent poll conducted by online magazine Hollywood Buzz.

Aishwarya ranked fourth on the list of Top Thirty Most Beautiful Women after Italian actress Monica Belluci and American model-actress Kate Upton.
Aishwarya Rai and Deepika Padukone are the only Indian women to feature in the list. Ms. Padukone ranked 29th in the list.
The poll conducted in December 2013 by Hollywood Buzz, listed the “Official Top 30 World’s Most Beautiful Women of 2014”. Over 4 million people across the world participated in the poll and selected the most intelligent, desirable and successful women of 2013-14.
The parameters of judging were based on intelligence, desirability and success. 

Top Ten stunners that rule the list of the World’s Most Beautiful Women 2014:
  1. Monica Bellucci
  2. Kate Upton
  3. Angelina Jolie
  4. Aishwarya Rai Bachchan
  5. Irina Shayk
  6. Meryem Uzerli
  7. Charlize Theron
  8. Amber Heard
  9. Rihanna
  10. Scarlet Johansson

The list of thirty also includes musicians Beyonce, Katy Perry and Rihanna, with a sprinkling of models viz.AdrianaLima, Irina Shayk and Miranda Kerr, etcThe list of thirty also includes musicians Beyonce, Katy Perry and Rihanna, with a sprinkling of models viz.AdrianaLima, Irina Shayk and Miranda Kerr, etc.

Yahoo email account passwords stolen

Yahoo Inc. broadcasted that usernames and passwords of its email customers have stolen and used to gather personal information for those Yahoo mail users who have recently corresponded with. The company didn’t say how many accounts have been affected.

  • Danger: access to email accounts could lead to more serious breaches involving banking and shopping sites. This is because many people reuse passwords across many sites, and also because many sites use email to reset passwords.
  • The company believes that the usernames and passwords weren’t collected from its own systems, but from a third-party database. It’s not clear why a third-party database would have information on Yahoo accounts.
  • Yahoo is resetting passwords on affected accounts and has “implemented additional measures” to block further attacks.

Note: As per the research firm comScore, Yahoo is the second-largest email service worldwide, after Google’s Gmail. There are 273 million Yahoo mail accounts worldwide, including 81 million in the US.