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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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Mail Online TV: what would it be like? 21.11.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
The website turning to the small screen could become a reality – what would be a fitting format? Our readers have some ideas Daily Mail Online TV: beyond parody? Some producers in the US don’t think so , and have approached the online organ with the idea of turning it into a celebrity focused magazine show, according to the Wall Street Journal. Could the Mail Online really be a television show? And if so, what on earth would it be like? We asked our readers what they thought such a show would entail. Boffins reveal that #MailOnlineTV will cure cancer. @guardian @mgmediamonkey @mediaguardian Jim Davidson presents The Immigration Game #MailOnlineTV Great Fascists Of The 20th Century #MailOnlineTV A boot stamping on a human face forever #MailOnlineTV @mediaguardian replace e4 with #mailonlinetv in this Stewart Lee sketch and you're pretty much there http://t.co/XvgwHVKF4W "The Great British Sandwich Off" #MailOnlineTV ...
Sports Shorts: 'No late-night swimming finals in Rio' 21.11.2014 Rediff: Sports
Australian Olympic officials say they will oppose plans to stage the 2016 Rio Olympics swimming finals late at night.
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Federal judge dismisses 'American Idol' racial bias lawsuit 21.11.2014 DNA: Mumbai
A federal judge on Thursday dismissed a lawsuit by 10 black male contestants on American Idol who accused the singing competition show, its producers, sponsors, and the Fox television network of racial discrimination. The plaintiffs, who competed between 2003 and 2010, said they were disqualified from American Idol for reasons other than singing or artistic talent, including criminal histories, and that the show was "rigged" to favor white contestants. US District Judge Naomi Reice Buchwald in Manhattan, however, said nearly all claims in the 322-page complaint should be dismissed because they were brought too late. She also said Chris Golightly, a 2010 contestant who brought the four remaining claims, did not show the defendants targeted him because of his race. Among the defendants are production and distribution company Fremantle Media NA, which is part of Bertelsmann's RTL Group; producer Nigel Lythgoe; Fox parent Twenty-First Century Fox Inc, Coca-Cola Company and Ford Motor Company. The defendants ...
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Gore Vidal: The United States of Amnesia; The Fall – review 21.11.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
Gore Vidal – eloquent, scabrous and endlessly quotable to the last As long as you are at peace with the fact that a documentary made by a friend of the subject’s nephew and executive produced by that nephew is probably not going to be a forensic examination of the man’s dark side or give the same attention to his critics as it does to his admirers, Gore Vidal: The United States of Amnesia (Sky Arts 1) was 90 minutes of pure joy. How could it not be? When we weren’t hearing from Vidal himself in interviews carried out not long before he died – eloquent, scabrous and endlessly quotable to the last – we were watching archive and even more quotable footage of him as he moved with perfect patrician poise through the decades mingling with the great, the good and the politicians, decrying America’s imperial ambitions, its undemocratic will to power, its hypocrisy and its bellicosity. He adored the Kennedys but came to believe that JFK was a disastrous president and hung his portrait on the wall of his bedroom ...
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Florida woman latest to accuse Bill Cosby of forced sex 21.11.2014 TOI: The United States
A Florida woman who came forward Thursday became the fourth in recent weeks to say Bill Cosby gave her pills that made her feel groggy then forced himself on her ...
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Obama’s immigration plan may protect 5 million 21.11.2014 TOI: Home
The US will get its biggest immigration makeover in three decades in a step that is expected to eventually legalize some 5 million illegal immigrants, including thousands of Indians.
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Rajapaksa calls snap polls, seeks third term 21.11.2014 Telegraph: International
Colombo, Nov. 20 (Reuters): Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa today called a presidential election, seeking an unprecedented third six-year tenure.
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Graduate director Nichols dead 21.11.2014 Telegraph: International
Nov. 20 (Reuters): Mike Nichols, a nine-time Tony Award winner on Broadway and the Oscar-winning director of films such as Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf, The Graduate and Carnal Knowledge, died yesterday, ABC News said. He was 83.
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Egyptian president suggests he may pardon al-Jazeera journalists 21.11.2014 The Guardian -- World Latest

‘Let us say that this matter is being discussed to solve the issue,’ Abdel Fatah al-Sisi says in an interview

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The Fall recap: series two, episode two – a more typical detective drama 21.11.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
Both Gibson and Spector are struggling to keep their cool, but as the pace changes, so too does the feel of the show Paul Spector’s name is now scrawled across DSI Stella Gibson’s notebook; bold capitals filling a full page amid the lines of neat notes. With a pace that usually falls somewhere between glacial and considered, by The Fall’s own standards, this was a fairly action-packed hour of the BBC2 drama. And as the net begins to tighten around Spector, so the stakes heighten. After a period of being in control and calling the shots, he is increasingly trying to keep the mounting problems at bay. His marriage is destroyed, with Sally threatening to end her pregnancy; the police are knocking on doors in his neighbourhood; Annie is still alive; Katie knows far too much; he now holds Rose captive. Chaos is descending – and that’s without the fingerprint from the shears that places Spector at the Shankhill murder scene. The mirroring between the hunter and the hunted is a hallmark of this series, with the ...
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Pilatus or HAL's trainer: Parrikar's first 'Make' decision 21.11.2014 Sify Finance
In his first television interview as defence minister, aired on November 14, Manohar Parrikar regretted the military's "craze for importing everything", including relatively low-tech
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Kim Kardashian cancels her Bigg Boss 8 plans 21.11.2014 TOI: Entertainment
Kim Kardashian, who was all set to make her first visit to India, has cancelled the ...
Ahmedabad cable operators stop service to protest Star Package 20.11.2014 ET: Media
"We are protesting against the introduction of Star Package, which will compel our customers to pay more for the channels offered by the Star Network," said Patel.
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Mike Nichols obituary 20.11.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
Film and stage director whose movie The Graduate ushered in a new kind of male Hollywood star The career of the director Mike Nichols, who has died aged 83, triumphantly straddled Broadway and Hollywood. Most of his movies, plays and musicals were thought-provoking and beautifully crafted, if sometimes ironic and even cruel in their humour. But none of his later work equalled the impact of his second film, The Graduate (1967), which won him the Oscar for best director, and resonated strongly with the baby-boom generation. When offered the film, Nichols had already made his reputation as the boy wonder of the Broadway stage, where he had directed a string of smash-hit comedies. Two were by Neil Simon, with whom he would have a long association: Barefoot in the Park (1963), which gave Robert Redford his first leading role, and The Odd Couple (1965), with Walter Matthau and Art Carney. Others included Murray Shisgal’s Luv (1964) starring Alan Arkin, Eli Wallach and Anne Jackson, and the musical The Apple ...
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The Code box set review – A blisteringly hot Australian take on Nordic noir 20.11.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
Two brothers – a journo and an autistic hacker – unravel conspiracy in this pounding, intelligent, issue-led cyber-gripper After four years of slate-grey Scandinavian skies on Saturday nights on BBC4, the existential clouds unexpectedly parted at the beginning of October with a brand new thriller import in the 9pm slot. Once again, the action was driven by a deadly, remote incident – but, strangely, it was blisteringly sunny and everyone was speaking English (albeit uptalking Australian English?). The urge to demand our krona back was quickly quelled, as The Code , produced by ABC1 and shown here just three weeks after its Australian premiere, was as narratively vice-like, visually resplendent and geographically “other” as anything from Jutland . It’s set and shot in Canberra , the nation’s political seat, and Broken Hill in the New South Wales outback – locations that really ought not be so unfamiliar in a deregulated global TV market. But while Aussie cinema is in rude health – with Animal Kingdom, ...
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The Moment with Cary Elwes review – a Hollywood charm-bomb 20.11.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
• The Moment with Cary Elwes “My God – it’s one of the most quotable movies of all time,” says actor Cary Elwes, guest on Grantland’s pop culture podcast, The Moment (ESPN Radio). It’s a confident assessment, because Elwes is talking about The Princess Bride, the movie he starred in back in 1987, and which he has just written a book about. In case you were wondering, Elwes is a an old-school charm-bomb. The hour flew by so pleasantly, it was a little startling when it ended. Podcast host Brian Koppelman is a Hollywood veteran himself, which added an insider-y bent to proceedings. Of Elwes’ being recognised almost exclusively for a film he made nearly 30 years ago, he asked almost brusquely, “How do you have such a good attitude?” One imagined Elwes smiling like Westley the farmboy when he replied: “I’m a blessed guy. I’m lucky to be part of a film that is so beloved. Why wouldn’t you embrace that? I call it the gift that keeps on ...
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Oscar-winning legendary director Mike Nichols dies at 83 20.11.2014 DNA: Top News
Mike Nichols, a nine-time Tony Award winner on Broadway and the Oscar-winning director of films such as Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf, The Graduate and Carnal Knowledge, died on Wednesday at age 83, ABC News said. Nichols was married to Diane Sawyer, former anchorwoman of ABC's World News Tonight broadcast. No director ever moved between Broadway and Hollywood as easily as Nichols. He also was one of the few people to win Oscar, Tony, Emmy and Grammy awards in a career that first blossomed with a comedy partnership with Elaine May in the late 1950s. ABC News President James Goldston, in a memo to news staff, said on Thursday that Nichols "passed away suddenly on Wednesday evening." "In a triumphant career that spanned over six decades, Mike created some of the most iconic works of American film, television and theater," Goldston said.  "He was a true visionary." Nichols was born Michael Igor Peschkowsky in Berlin, where his parents had settled after leaving Russia. He came to the United States at age 7 ...
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