Lamar Odom (Creativecommans/David Shankbone)Creativecommans/David ShankboneLamar Odom, the former NBA player and ex-husband of Khloe Kardashian, has reportedly opened up about his sex life in his new book titled, “Darkness to Light.” In his autobiographical book, he talked about sleeping with plenty of women and how he used to pay a lot of money for abortions.In his book, Lamar Odom said that he used to sleep with up to six women a week and “demons” troubled him in the earlier days and how he used to get women to just fill up the void. As per The Daily Mail, Odom stated that he needed women as an “outlet…an escape.””I would f*** five or six girls a week, but my demons tormented me on the one night I went home alone,” Lamar admitted.In addition to this, he talked about getting involved in unprotected sex and how his flings created problems for him.”But this does not come without problems … most of my sex has been unprotected, and I’ve paid for plenty of abortions over the years,” he recalled.The 39-year-old Lamar Odom further disclosed that after the passing of his mother when he was only 12 years old, he used sex as a way to fill up the void. Lamar and Khloe are to divorce after four years of marriage.ReutersLamar Odom married Khloé Kardashian after about a month of dating. Their wedding was featured on Keeping Up With the Kardashians. Following the success of the reality show, Odom became a household name, which fetched him his own spinoff series, titled Khloé & Lamar which debuted on April 10, 2011.Things started to get sour between Lamar and Khloé when the former was arrested on charges of driving under the influence ov drugs. He was also hospitalized one time after he got several heart attacks and strokes. In 2016, Khloé filed for divorce which was finalized later the same year.Apart from talking about his sexual encounters, Lamar Odom also talked about the time when he reportedly made threats against Khloé when he was under the influence of cocaine. As per Lamar, he once grabbed his former wife forcefully by the shoulders and even stated that he will kill her.
The market is on tenterhooks as Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presents her maiden and Modi 2.0’s first budget in the Lok Sabha.The market has remained uncertain ahead of the details of Union Budget 2019 being present by first-time Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman with 26 of the bellwether scrips making up National Stock Exchange (NSE) Nifty 50 declining in early trade and 24 shares advancing. Sectoral indices of banks, auto, FMCG, auto, and realty pushed ahead while IT, media, metal, and pharma indices declined. Volatility index India VIX rose indicating the market’s expectation of higher volatility through the week. Nifty was trading at 11,950 points in early trade while Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) benchmark Sensex was at 39,950 points, both trading flat.The budget is considered extremely important this year as the first one of Modi 2.0 and being presented amid a slowdown both domestic and global. The pressure on the government to meet some of the pre-poll promises could become evident now that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is back in power with an emphatic verdict. A budget without alluding to the promises could galvanise the divided opposition. However, the government would have to balance it against the reform aspirations of India Inc. Being the first budget after the general election, the government is expected to have some leeway for hardcore reforms, but may not have had much time to reflect on them after the interim budget. Private equity group CLSA expects Nifty to be at 12,500 by the end of 2019, the Moneycontrol website reports citing CNBC-TV18 report.The government will strive to strike a tight balance between growth and fiscal discipline, the report quotes Adrian Mowat as saying. He expected the first budget after a general election to exhibit tight fiscal discipline because the political cost is the lowest. The markets have remained tentative trading sideways while Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presents the first Union Budget 2019 of Modi 2.0.Zerodha KiteAccording to the Lok Sabha’s List of Business for the day, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman will present the Union Budget and then lay on the Table the statements on medium-term fiscal policy cum fiscal policy strategy and macro-economic framework. She will then move The Finance (No.2) Bill, 2019. The Lower House is expected to be adjourned until Monday (July 8) after these proceedings.The Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI) have sought and expect some incentives such as an option to issue tax-free bonds as well as the creation of a separate financing body to provide cheaper loans to telecom operators, a report in Mint said. The telco lobby group has also sought access to long term, low-cost debt for infrastructure projects to be provided by Infrastructure Debt Funds. It has sought abolition of customs duty on the 4G/5G related network products such as soft switches and Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) equipment until domestic production catches up with global standards.
Share Two new Palladium resorts are coming to Cancun Posted by IBIZA — Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula will soon welcome two new Palladium Hotel properties, one for adults only and the other family-friendly.Opening in the fall of 2018, the project will include the Grand Palladium Costa Mujeres Resort & Spa, and the adults-only TRS Coral Hotel, as well as a ‘Village’ that includes a variety of restaurants, bars, kids clubs and amphitheatre.Grand Palladium Costa Mujeres Resort & Spa will offer 673 rooms and a unique system of canals that will allow guests to access all points of the resort by boat. Each room will boast a balcony or terrace, with some rooms including premium features like direct access ‘swim-up’ pools or hydro massage hot tubs on private balconies. Families and groups in particular will love the amenities at this resort, which include nine restaurants, four swimming pools (one exclusively for children) and a 16,000 square-foot convention centre with capacity for 1,380 people. As for activities and entertainment, guests can enjoy snorkelling, diving, yoga and pilates, and live music shows at open-air terraces. Plus, there’ll be a special family area and the 51,020 square-foot Zentropia Palladium Spa & Wellness centre.More news: CIE Tours launches first-ever River Cruise CollectionMeanwhile, the 473-room TRS Coral Hotel will represent the rebrand of Palladium Hotel Group’s adults-only products, and the introduction of its new all-inclusive service that aims to provide ‘Infinite Indulgence’, with no limits, to all guests. Adult guests will have access to the facilities and services offered at Grand Palladium Costa Mujeres Resort & Spa and the Village, where they will be offered unlimited and preferential access. Resort highlights include four à la carte restaurants in addition to the nine at Grand Palladium, an Ibiza-style beach club with infinity pool and poolside service, a spa and a fitness zone.Both properties are located near Cancun’s International Airport (35 minutes by car). The region, which is largely untouched, is in the most northern point of Cancun in Costa Mujeres, home to virgin beaches, crystal clear waters and an abundance of coral reefs and marine species. While this will be a brand new development, Palladium Hotel Group remains dedicated to sustainable tourism by carrying out extensive environmental studies to ensure minimal impact on the land. Travelweek Group Wednesday, September 27, 2017 Tags: Palladium Hotels & Resorts << Previous PostNext Post >>