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The British Plain English Campaign which runs the Foot-in-Mouth Awards should definitely consider Nepal's acting prime minister for this year's honour. Bijay Kumar Gachhedar was not only at a loss for words when lawmakers' asked him about the state's quake relief efforts, he went ahead and said that he prays that in future earthquakes should hit the US and other developed nations. What's worse is that this gaffe comes at a time when Nepal's new PM is in New York and set to attend a reception hosted by President Barrack Obama.
Her figure-hugging gown at her sister’s wedding may have made her derriere one of the most desirable in the world. But the 28-year-old proved that she is just a fashion rookie when she took a front row seat at the London Fashion Week on Monday. Her dress was so short, it left little to the imagination. Every photographer could tell the colour of her underwear and there is ample evidence to show her thighs are not as toned as her backside.
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