Kings Speech gets 7 Golden Globe nods BEVERLY HILLS (Reuters) - Drama The Kings Speech led the film nominations for Golden Globe awards on Tuesday with seven nods in key categories, including best film drama. Close behind with six nominations each were boxing film The Fighter and Facebook movie The Social Network, which also claimed spots among the best film drama nominees. Rounding out the list of five contenders in that important category were Inception and The Black Swan. Each of those movies also had four nominations. Nominees for best movie comedy or musical were The Kids Are All Right, Alice in Wonderland, Burlesque, The Tourist and Red. In other major film categories, nominees for best actor in a film drama category include Jesse Eisenberg for Social Network and Colin Firth for Kings Speech. They are joined by James Franco in 127 hours, Ryan Gosling for Blue Valentine and Mark Wahlberg in The Fighter.Best film drama actress nominees were Halle Berry in Frankie and Alice, Nicole Kidman for Rabbit Hole, Jennifer Lawrence in Winters Bone, Natalie Portman for Black Swan and Michelle Williams in Blue Valentine. Foreign language film nominees were Biutiful from Mexico and Spain, Frances The Concert, Russias The Edge, I Am Love from Italy and Denmark movie In a Better World. The Golden Globes are given by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association and are one of Hollywoods top film and television awards shows ahead of the Oscars, the worlds top movie honors. The Golden Globes will be given out on January 16. Unlike the Oscars, which are given by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, members of the Hollywood Foreign Press, also give awards for TV, and leading the nominees in that arena was hit musical Glee with five nods overall. BRIGHT city lights exacerbate air pollution, according to a study by US scientists. Their research indicates that the glare thrown up into the sky interferes with chemical reactions. These reactions would normally help clean the air during the night of the fumes emitted by motor cars and factories during the day. The study was presented at the American Geophysical Union meeting in San Francisco. All those people going about their business in a city put a complex cocktail of chemicals into the air. From the tailpipes of cars to the chimneys of factories, it makes for a heady mix of molecules that nature then has to try to clean up. It uses a special form of nitrogen oxide, called the nitrate radical, to break down chemicals that would otherwise go on to form the smog and ozone that can make city air such an irritant on the chest; and it does this work in the hours of darkness. BBC