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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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Amazon seeks to reach viewers with 'Hand of God' 23.8.2014 Sify News
Dana Delany had an urge.
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Moffat's Doctor Who: are women just in the Tardis to flirt with the Doctor? 23.8.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
Showrunner Steven Moffat has been accused of sexism and criticised for female characters hes written for the reboot Women have always been key to the success of Doctor Who. Since the show began in 1963, the Doctor has often traveled with at least one companion, usually female, who helps him defeat evil alien foes and escape the trickiest of situations with just a sonic screwdriver. But creating the supporting role presents a challenge for the shows writers: how to write women in a way so it is clear theyre not just in the Tardis to flirt with the Doctor? The challenge has grown along with the shows fanbase. In the US, the long-running BBC series, once a cult fan favorite which rebooted to little fanfare in 2005, now graces the cover of Entertainment Weekly and has midnight premieres in movie theaters. And Steven Moffat, the showrunner and head writer, has had to field more than a few questions about how he treats his leading ...
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PK row: Court asks Aamir Khan to reply to civil suit 23.8.2014 TOI: Entertainment
A civil court has asked Bollywood actor Aamir Khan to file a reply to a civil suit filed against him seeking a ban on the poster and release of film ‘PK’, where he is seen in the buff standing on railway tracks with a ...
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Bhutan journalists' body says there's no free press 23.8.2014 Sify News
In a damaging report, the Journalists' Association of Bhutan (JAB) has claimed that there is no freedom of the press in the Himalyan kingdom.
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Vice News sparks debate on engaging younger viewers 23.8.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
Traditional broadcasters such as BBC and Channel 4 examine how to attract generation focused on YouTube and social media

Broadcast news executives are wrestling with the problem of how to get digital-focused younger viewers to watch their output.

Three-quarters of adults say they get their news from TV and they watch an average of 115 hours of coverage a year each. However, when it comes to younger viewers the data is far less comforting: 16- to 24-year-olds are watching just 27 hours a year, according to Ofcom reasearch.

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NDFB suspects girl as informer, shoots her in front of parents 23.8.2014 CNN-IBN Top Stories
The girl was suspected to have been killed a day after five NDFB(S) militants were killed in an encounter with security forces on August 20.
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Bodoland militants suspect teenage girl to be informer, shoot her in front of parents 23.8.2014 DNA: Popular News
A teenage girl was shot dead by the NDFB in the presence of her parents in Assam's Chirang district as militants suspected her of being a police informer and a probe has been announced after chilling video of the killing was aired by local television channels. The video, sent by the NDFB militants and was being aired by television channels since last night, showed a 16-year-old girl lying slumped on the ground in a pool of blood in the presence of her parents and residents of Dwimugri village under Runikhata police station in the district. Government spokesman and Industries minister Pradyut said a probe would be ordered into the killing by militants of the National Democratic Front of Bodoland (Songbijit). He said that the veracity of reports that the girl's body was lying in a field in the village for the past two days as her parents were afraid to retrieve it, would be verified. The government would also take action against any policeman found guilty of dereliction of duty, he said. The girl was ...
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India, Pakistan trade gunfire in Kashmir; 4 dead 23.8.2014 Sify Finance
India and Pakistan traded gunfire in the disputed Kashmir region on Saturday, killing two villagers on each side and wounding several others, officials said.
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Who Loves Dinosaurs 23.8.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
From brainless behemoths to sprightly saurians, Doctor Whos prehistoric beasts have evolved alongside the Time Lord himself writes Marc Vincent Kieron Flanagan: Even Daleks need a Science Policy As part of the mini blog festival to celebrate the new Dr Who, Ive invited Marc Vincent to write this piece on the changing dinosaurs on screen as seen from behind sofas everywhere. Just as the science of palaeontology has advanced (occasionally stutteringly) over the years, so pop culture depictions of dinosaurs have changed as new knowledge filters down to a mass audience. Once seen as blundering, lethargic lizard-like beasts that lounged around in swamps all day until their long and boring reign was mercifully and mysteriously ended, dinosaurs are now known to have been lively, active, and even if not particularly smart, highly successful and adaptive animals (and thats without mentioning birds). Film and television makers have taken to these new, more exciting and dangerous dinosaurs with great enthusiasm ...
Refund Rs 49,000 cr to investors: Sebi to PACL 23.8.2014 Rediff: Business
Amount more than twice the size of Sahara's; collective investment scheme operator has 3 months to return money and wind up.
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'I had tears in my eyes when I heard the script of Udaan' 23.8.2014 Rediff: Movies
'My family understands the value of this comeback. Shakti Anand tells me that if I don't fulfill my dreams, how will our daughter fulfill hers?' Sai Deodhar tells Rajul Hegde.
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My teacher, Mr Iyengar: a former pupil remembers the yoga master 22.8.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
BKS Iyengar, who died this week in India, reinvented yoga. A forrmer student of his and at 91 his close contemporary celebrates a genius of mind and body

I first met Mr Iyengar in London in the summer of 1971. Thats what we all called him then, before the name Guruji became fashionable. I had been learning Iyengar yoga for nearly a year, and practising every day, but when I met him that was it. I realised he was a spiritual teacher as well as a physical one.

At the time I was teaching keep-fit classes, which was odd because I was the butt of everybodys jokes in gym at school. But I had a friend who was in this class and she begged me to join. So I went, and it turned out to be a very good form of keep fit, systematic and sensible. And that started me off on physical things Id never been able to cope with before, when I was in my 40s.

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Mediocre experiment 22.8.2014 Telegraph: Opinion
Had the author of Primetime Theatre Company's Boiled Beans on Toast remained anonymous or pseudonymous, this review would not have gone beyond one paragraph. But Girish Karnad's cachet gives us pause; one must crease one's brows wondering, what have I missed? A celebrity's mediocre work generates more attention in our media-driven culture than some unknown's genuine creativity. So one revisits it repeatedly in one's brain, but the exercise does not improve the impression it left.
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Kate Bush: Before the Dawn signals a new era for pop's enduring enigma 22.8.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
The singer has managed to retain her trump cards of mystery and surprise before her eagerly awaited London concerts Simon Reynolds on the queen of art-pop The return of Kate Bush to the stage on Tuesday night after an absence of 35 years is arguably the outstanding musical event of 2014, if not the decade. By comparison, David Bowie's surprise return last year after a 10-year silence looks almost ...
NASCAR rolls out glitzy new ad campaign for Chase 22.8.2014 Sify Finance
NASCAR will promote its revamped Chase for the Sprint Cup championship format with a new advertising campaign officially launched on Friday with the theme of: "Sixteen nations: Ten battles. One
Ukraine: Russia's convoy a set-up for provocation 22.8.2014 Sify News
-MYKILSKE, Ukraine (AP) — Russia sent over 130 aid trucks rolling into rebel-held eastern Ukraine on Friday without Kiev's approval, saying it had lost patience with the Ukrainian
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Dead floppy drive: Kenya recycles global e-waste 22.8.2014 Sify Finance
In an industrial area outside Kenya's capital city, workers in hard hats and white masks take shiny new power drills to computer parts. This assembly line is not assembling, though. It is
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