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‘Diet’ war hots up between Godrej, Symphony 19.4.2015 TOI: India Business
A ‘chilling’ war has broken out over the branding of cooling appliances that ensure slim electricity bills in scorching heat.
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How Twinkle Khanna's all set to compete with Baba Ramdev! 16.4.2015 DNA: India
Few days back Shah Rukh Khan’s son Abram became cynosure of all eyes when he attended a cricket match with his daddy dearest. Well, the cutest baby in town, Abram seems to have got some competition from baby Nitara, daugther of Akshay Kumar and Twinkle Khanna. Yesterday, Twinkle, who is quite popular for her sense of humour in social media, tweeted an adorable picture of hers with daughter Nitara practicing yoga. Mrs Funny Bones tweeted,” Baba Ramdev you have some tough competition coming your way as Baby Nitara learns all the moves #YogaFilledLife”. According to Twinkle, Nitara is a quick learner and is learning all the yoga moves to give a stiff competition to famous yoga guru Baba Ramdev. What’s interesting about the picture is that both Twinkle and Nitara have not revealed their faces in the picture. Infact, even the previous pic which Twinkle shared on Twitter hid baby Nitara’s face. And the only picture we have of Nitara is the one shot by shutterbugs when she was spotted with her babysitter. Looks ...
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The future of Cuba’s socialist ice-cream cathedral 14.4.2015 The Guardian -- World Latest
In the 1960s, Fidel Castro created Coppelia – a state-run ice‑cream parlour that came to embody Cuba’s revolutionary ideals. As relations with the US begin to thaw, can it survive? There is a black-and-white photograph of Fidel Castro that was taken during his whirlwind April 1959 trip to New York, just three months after his rebel forces ousted Fulgencio Batista , a US-backed dictator who had turned Havana into a playground for the mafia. Dressed in his trademark military fatigues, Castro is surrounded by minders and journalists, hunkered in the back of the miniature train that ferries visitors around the Bronx zoo. He has a pensive look in his eyes. His face is buried in an ice-cream cone. Castro was in the US at the invitation of a group of newspaper editors who were smitten with his war stories and swashbuckling style. Aside from the photo ops, the trip did not go well: President Dwight Eisenhower refused to meet with him; after delivering a confrontational speech to the Council on Foreign Relations, ...
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Janata Parivar likely to unite on Wednesday 14.4.2015 TOI: India
The much-awaited unification of Janata Parivar could come on Wednesday at a meeting of the protagonists of the merger ...
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Sheila Kitzinger was unafraid to confront female sexuality on a daily basis 13.4.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page
For me, the common thread in her books and wide-ranging commentary is her insistence that women’s experiences of pregnancy and parenting matter You don’t forget meeting Sheila Kitzinger . When I did two years ago, the gathered crowd of midwives, doctors and doulas practically stopped breathing for a moment as she entered the room. She was more than a hero to every pair of eyes that followed her stately progress to the stage. Resplendent in magenta, with a trademark feather in her hair, she spoke, in a voice that seemed made for rousing battle cries, about birth and sex until the young cameramen present were blushing deep scarlet. They shifted uncomfortably as she described “nipples becoming erect” in her characteristic, resonant tones. Here was a woman, in her 80s no less, unafraid to confront the complexities of female sexuality on a daily basis. The world needs reminding of these all too regularly and for the past 50 or more years we’ve had Kitzinger there to do just ...
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Kerber beats Keys to clinch Charleston final 13.4.2015 Rediff: Sports
Germany's Angelique Kerber defeated American Madison Keys 6-2, 4-6, 7-5 in an enthralling final of the Family Circle Cup at Charleston, South Carolina on Sunday.
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Google’s patent to put an end to TV, film spoilers online 12.4.2015 Sify News
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A round of applause, please! 12.4.2015 Rediff: GetAhead
Shraddha Kapoor takes to the runway.
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Watch: AIB wants you to 'Save The Internet'; SRK supports intiative 12.4.2015 DNA: India
In their first appearance since everyone roasted AIB roast, All India Bakchod are here to help you understand net neutrality. Using their trademark comic timings, members of AIB decode the issue for layman.  There has been quite a buzz about the issue where your loving internet may not be a free place to get the information, interact with people or just watch cat videos. The war on Net neutrality has been talk of the town in western countries for quite a some time now. It is gathering momentum in India because the deadline set by TRAI to hear any complains on the issue is April 24. Organisations, like Zomato, were already registering their complains against paying for the categorisation of internet services by being vocal about the subject. Now celebrities like Shah Rukh Khan who has strong twitter following of 12.3 million have come in support of net neutrality. — Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) April 11, 2015 Telecom giant Bharti Airtel came under backlash for their 'Airtel Zero' plan to allow the subscribers ...
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BBC vs BBC, a battle brewing in Bombay high court 10.4.2015 TOI: Mumbai
BBC vs BBC, a battle brewing in Bombay high court
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Death of a night cyclist: how a fatal accident could change Guadalajara 9.4.2015 The Guardian -- World Latest

The roads of Guadalajara are so dangerous that residents have started a remarkable subculture of ‘night cycling’. Will the death of the movement’s leader spur Mexico’s second city to modernise?

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Anil Kapoor and Surya may lock horns over American TV series 24 9.4.2015 ET: Entertainment
Anil Kapoor had bought the remake rights for American TV series 24 from 20th Century Fox International TV a few years ago.
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Barack Obama, Michelle and the Easter Bunny host the White House egg roll – video 7.4.2015 The Guardian -- World Latest
Barack Obama wishes all a 'Happy Easter' at the start of annual White House Easter egg roll. The event, held for 137th time, included singing, storytelling as well as the trademark easter egg roll. The White House said 35,000 people were expected to gather on the South Lawn for the event Continue reading...
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ONGC gets US Patent on hydrogen generation process 1.4.2015 ET: Oil & Gas
Hydrogen is considered as one of the most efficient and clean emerging sources of energy for transport and power generation applications.
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What sets 'Detective Byomkesh Bakshy' apart from 'Sherlock Holmes'? 1.4.2015 DNA: Urban Tales
Similarities are constantly being drawn between two iconic detectives- Byomkesh Bakshy and Sherlock Holmes. Sherlock Holmes is a popular detective internationally, just as Byomkesh Bakshy is an extremely popular Indian detective. Both the characters have trademark attire. While Sherlock Holmes is always seen in a hat, Byomkesh Bakshy is always seen wearing a dhoti. In Dibakar Banerjee’s Detective Byomkesh Bakshy! Byomkesh is seen wearing a dhoti in the entire film. Since both the films, Sherlock Holmes and Detective Byomkesh Bakshy! are period films, these pieces of clothing belong to the period in which the film is set in and belong to the attire of that era. Throughout the film, he is wearing a dhoti paired with various shirts and kurtas. The dhoti is very important to the detective just as the hat is an important accessory to Sherlock. This is because the dhoti was made for the Indian environment and is a traditional Indian attire. Byomkesh is an Indian detective and the dhoti projects his national ...
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Foreign Trade Policy: CII demands interest sop, abolition of MAT in SEZ units 31.3.2015 ET: Foreign Trade
"The government should reintroduce interest subvention scheme of at least 3 per cent which lapsed last April," CII said.
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Disco 2015: Pulp’s charity-shop chic is back 31.3.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page
Twenty years after Common People, Jarvis Cocker’s trademark style is influencing fashion again. It’s a 70s revival seen through the prism of the 90s – and you can be part of it even if you’re skint Even without seeing a picture of Pulp, the band’s back catalogue tells you this is a fashion-friendly band. The lyrics are full of crochet halter-neck tops and sky-blue trainer bras, bodies worn back to front, amateur porn-worthy get-ups, pencil skirts, baby-doll nighties, Jesus sandals, underwear, raincoats, trench coats and a diet of lipgloss and cigarettes . On Underwear , they even win a somewhat niche prize – the best line about a fashion insider ever: “If fashion is your trade then when you’re naked I guess you must be unemployed.” The pictures don’t disappoint either. Pulp are a band with a look. Throughout the 90s, the six members dressed like it was the 70s. They wore enough secondhand spoils to stock a branch of Oxfam – Jarvis Cocker in his now trademark 70s tailoring and NHS specs, sole female ...
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The mother of all fashion shows! 31.3.2015 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
25 designers presented their work at the grand finale show of the 25th edition of the India Fashion Week.
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You can’t exploit me: just like Stephen Hawking®, I’ve trademarked myself 30.3.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page

If it is good enough for the theoretical scientist or the author JK Rowling, it’s good enough for me, which is why I am now Stuart Heritage®

I’ve never really seen myself as a person. People are weak. People are fallible. People lack a major edge in increasingly competitive markets. No, deep down I have always been a brand. A hard-as-nails, legally enforceable brand, zooming through the jetstream to deliver an individualised range of services to a well-informed clientele.

And now I have made it official. I am a trademark. Stuart Heritage is dead. Long live Stuart Heritage®.

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Cannes 2015: 30 films we'd like to see 30.3.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page

The first films for this year’s festival are being announced: ahead of the deluge, here’s a selection of likely titles we predict will be screening

Last week, the exciting news came through that Mad Max: Fury Road is to premiere at this year’s Cannes. Excitement tempered only by the caveats that a) it’d screen out of competition and b) the day before its worldwide release.

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