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Mkts volatile; cap goods, metals up, pvt banks dip ... 17.3.2028 CNN-IBN Top Stories
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Kallis ton sets the pace for South Africa 1.6.2022 CNN-IBN Top Stories
South Africa, who were sent in to bat, were 262 for four wickets at the close of the first day of the first test against England on Wednesday.
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Sensex above 14500; telecom, IT, rate sensitives g ... 31.7.2021 CNN-IBN Top Stories
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Magician Richard Jones wins Britain's Got Talent 29.5.2016 The Guardian -- Front Page

The army bandsman became the first illusionist to win the talent show, picking up the £250,000 prize and a slot at the Royal Variety Performance

Magician Richard Jones, the first illusionist to win Britain’s Got Talent, has described his win as “unbelievable”.

The army bandsman of the Household Cavalry was the bookmakers’ favourite to take the crown. He will perform on stage at the Royal Variety Performance and take home the £250,000 prize.

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Top ministers, stars take part in Modi@2 gala event 28.5.2016 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
Top Union ministers on Saturday joined a gala event, which had a smattering of Bollywood actors, including megastar Amitabh Bachchan, aimed at publicising the "achievements" of the Narendra Modi government on completion of two years in office.
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Modi govt's second anniversary event starts at India Gate 28.5.2016 The Assam Tribune
Modi govt's second anniversary event starts at India Gate
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Pakistan bans contraceptive advertisements on TV, radio 28.5.2016 TOI: Pakistan
Pakistan has banned airing advertisements of contraceptives on TV and radio after complaints from parents that such “undesired” commercials make children inquisitive about their use and features. The ban came despite a government initiative to encourage birth control in Pakistan.
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Trump backs out of debate with 'second-place finisher' Sanders 28.5.2016 Rediff: News
Donald Trump has backed out of a televised debate against Democrat Bernie Sanders just two days after agreeing.
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There’s something fishy about the new Virgin trains advert 28.5.2016 The Guardian -- Front Page

Virgin thinks their trains will get you ‘in the zone’. But only if you’re dressed as a giant fish

Once, train travel was just a necessary evil. Now it’s a fishy experience, thanks to Virgin’s new advert starring a woman on her way to a 20K run. The low-key heroine limbers up with a banana and a stretch on the train, but it’s her journey in a pendolino carriage that truly unlocks the power to dress up as a fish and trounce the opposition. Ms Fish is one lucky runner: she’s found a weekend when there are no planned engineering works. In other words: she’s invincible.

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How to win Britain's Got Talent 28.5.2016 The Guardian -- Front Page

What do the statistics tell us about which dazzling talent you should employ to win the nation’s hearts on BGT? If your dog can sing, you’re in luck

“And the winner of Britain’s Got Talent is …” (insert unnecessarily long pause here)

If you were thinking about entering BGT, whose 10th champion will be named tonight, how would you ensure that the name at the end of that sentence was yours? Well, the statistics may help a little. This year’s final includes a sword swallower, dancers, an impressionist, a dog act and a magician. But, as has almost always been the case, singers dominate: five will grace the stage tonight, and they have accounted for 45% of past finalists.

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Spotted: Sushant Singh at Mumbai airport 28.5.2016 Rediff: Movies
Reader Sandesh Tallera has sent us a photograph.
Saturday's best TV: The Disappearance; The Musketeers; UEFA Champions League 28.5.2016 The Guardian -- Front Page

A French series follows the Broadchurch template, buckles are swashed in the BBC drama, and Real and Atletico clash in the Champions League final

9pm, BBC4
When bright and bubbly Léa Morel goes out to celebrate her 17th birthday at a local music festival in Lyon, it should be a fabulous and fun evening. Instead, she goes missing. A taut, well-crafted French police procedural begins with a double bill that introduces us to its principals – most of whom, following the international noir template of The Killing and Broadchurch, seem to have secrets, even the cop leading the hunt for the teenager. Jonathan Wright

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The World's Biggest Flower Market review – appallingly eye-opening 28.5.2016 The Guardian -- Front Page
With robots, monorails and the world’s largest polytunnel in Kenya, this unromantic doc will make you think twice about buying a bouquet ever again Those roses you bought the other day for the person you love, they were picked by a lovely lady in an English garden, right? Probably not. More likely, they were grown in Kenya, in the biggest polytunnel in the world, picked by poorly paid workers, dipped in an antibacterial agent, chilled in a massive refrigerator then flown by night-time jumbo jet to Holland to be sorted, graded, wrapped in cellophane, sold and bought at the biggest and most hi-tech flower market in the world, then loaded on to a refrigerated lorry and driven to your supermarket. Romantic, huh? It’s the lilies in The World’s Biggest Flower Market (BBC2) that are the biggest eye-opener. They’re grown not too far away at least, in Holland, very close to the monster Aalsmeer flower market . It all happens in a glasshouse the size of 16 football pitches, with artificial sunlight so they grow at ...
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Andrew Davies: my Les Misérables will be nothing like 'shoddy farrago' musical 28.5.2016 The Guardian -- Front Page

Speaking at Hay festival, veteran writer, who adapted War & Peace for the BBC, said Victor Hugo’s novel needs a champion

Andrew Davies’s next historical novel adaptation for the BBC will be Victor Hugo’s Les Misérables – but nothing like the “shoddy farrago” of the musical.

The adapter of Pride and Prejudice, Middlemarch and most recently War & Peace gave his frank opinion of the stage and film musical to an audience at the second day of the Hay Festival.

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Blues Eyes finale recap – goodbye Gustav the meek terrorist 28.5.2016 The Guardian -- Front Page
It was a strangely downbeat denouement to the topical Swedish show that’s had multiple murders and a neo-Nazi terrorist attack. At least the gang leader got his comeuppance The title of the final episode of Blue Eyes – “A Sunday in September” – let us know what we were in for. After all the pre-election violence, this was going to be elegiac, wistful, downbeat. Apart from the murder of justice minister Gunnar’s bodyguards, that is. To be honest, most of the time I didn’t have a clue what was going on as loose ends in the grand political conspiracy were tied up. It didn’t help that I had entirely forgotten Veronika Strömstedt (a key player in the conspiracy). A high-up in the governing Coalition party, clearly; a close chum of Indal boss Erik Hilte; and someone up to her neck in the murders of those who got too close to unravelling the mysterious deal the politicians and big business were stitching up over uranium mining in ...
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George Clooney: five best moments 27.5.2016 The Guardian -- Front Page

The Oscar-winner reunites with Julia Roberts for his financial thriller Money Monster but what have been his greatest on-screen roles?

While Ben Affleck was understandably gloomy over the recent reception of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, all is not lost. His buddy George Clooney turned his failed turn as the Caped Crusader into a surprisingly diverse career of critical hits, both in front of and behind the camera.

Related: Money Monster review - George Clooney goes Leslie Nielsen in popcorn hostage thriller

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See pics : Sonarika Bhadoria aka Parvati from 'Devon Ke Dev...Mahadev' sizzles in beach wear! 27.5.2016 DNA: Mumbai
Sonarika Bhadoria, who became a known face after portraying the character of 'Parvati' in popular mythological television show, Devon Ke Dev...Mahadev, recently took to her Instagram account to share her sizzling pictures in beach wear from her vacation.  However, her new hot and bold avatar didn't go down well with her fans who are accustomed to see her in traditional clothing. She erased some of her pictures but later on posted them again with the hashtag #deletedpost . Check out the pictures from her vacation here-   A photo posted by Sonarika Bhadoria (@bsonarika) on May 22, 2016 at 6:47am ...
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Friday’s best TV: The World’s Biggest Flower Market; Love, Nina 27.5.2016 The Guardian -- Front Page

Simon Lycett heads to the Netherlands and finds the floral motherlode; Nick Hornby’s adaptation of Nina Stibbe’s memoir about a nanny in 80s in London begins. Plus: The Windsors put their existence to the vote

The World’s Biggest Flower Market

9pm, BBC2

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Porn stars of the junta: Magnifica 70 is South America's Breaking Bad 27.5.2016 The Guardian -- Front Page
Like Walter White, Vicente is a respectable man who winds up on the wild side. But he’s not a drug baron – he’s a censor under the dictatorship in Brazil … and a pornographer A drama about sex and politics in Brazil, Magnifica 70 is the sort of show that would never have previously been on in the UK – and would never be made here. Dropping today on Channel 4’s Walter Presents, it proves again how this cornucopia of foreign drama , the greatest boon to viewers since the creation of time-shift sites, has thrillingly expanded the schedules. It’s been billed as “Mad Men meets Boogie Nights”. But the North American creation this show by HBO Latin America feels most indebted to is, in fact, Breaking ...
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Antonia Fraser: the sexy and scandalous truth about Versailles 27.5.2016 The Guardian -- Front Page
A sensational new BBC2 series has copious sex, cross-dressing princes and endless adultery – but the most shocking thing is that nearly all of it is true A few months ago, when reviewing the papers for Radio 4’s Broadcasting House programme on a Sunday morning, I was confronted with a story from the Mail on Sunday fulminating about a forthcoming television drama depicting court life in Louis XIV’s Versailles. Apparently it was to feature “gay sex, a cross-dressing prince and a queen with a penchant for dwarves”. My fellow panellists knew I had written a serious, fully sourced, history of life at Versailles and expected me to decry this sensationalism of history. But instead, I had to report to them that it was all true. Versailles comes to BBC2 next week, and I am surprised that it has taken so long for a TV blockbuster to use this material. My book, and it appears the television series as well, begins with sex and ends with sex and in between you have royalty, mistresses, intrigue, illegitimate ...
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