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Lucy: mindless and mixed up, but propulsive and fun first look review 23.7.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page

Scarlett Johansson shines in this pseudo-intellectual action flick that represents Luc Besson's finest work since The Fifth Element

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MH17: Day of mourning in Netherlands as bodies arrive - live updates 23.7.2014 The Guardian -- World Latest
  • Black boxes from MH17 arrive in Britain
  • US says no evidence of Russias direct involvement
  • Eyewitnesses tell the Guardian of likely Buk system in Torez
  • EU foreign ministers line up new sanctions on Russians
  • Previous live blog
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Patent application reveals Apples iTime smartwatch 22.7.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page

Appls' new smartwatch design could be a detachable device that plugs into an electronic wristband, details patent designs reveal

Apples new patent for a wrist-worn electronic device resembles an iPod nano strapped to the wrist, detailed illustrations reveal.

The patent documents an iTime wearable device that has small touchscreen device and can be docked into a wrist strap turning it into a smartwatch, connecting to an iPhone, iPad or computer to access information and receive alerts.

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Trouble in Paradise review La Roux is back, on her own 20.7.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
After a five-year wait, the flame-quiffed androgyne returns with a persuasive second helping of cool synth-pop Might the 2 million people worldwide who bought the throwback synth-pop of La Roux's debut still be listening? (Can one even have nostalgia for a revival?) Absent for five years, Elly Jackson is banking on the likelihood that her Grammy-approved, rinky-dink missives have indeed been missed. Her second album arrives after two frustrating false starts a hush-hush UK tour in early 2013 and an appearance at the US Coachella festival shortly afterwards. The internet ripples that greeted both suggested that the world was still holding out for the cooing androgyne whose flaming quiff has now turned into a more glamorous directional swish, no less 80s for its coiffedness. We now know why Trouble in Paradise took so long . Along the way, Jackson lost her trademark falsetto to performance anxiety. And then she lost her right-hand man, Ben Langmaid long assumed by sexists to be the silent partner ...
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Glee’ loses UK court battle, may have to change name 20.7.2014 TOI: The United States
Fox’s musical comedy ‘Glee’ may have to be renamed for UK broadcast after losing a high court battle with a Midlands comedy ...
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Bhuvneshwar is like me, hope he can avoid flashbulbs, says Bishan Bedi 19.7.2014 Rediff: Cricket
Former India captain Bishan Singh Bedi paid rich compliments to young seamer Bhuvneshwar Kumar terming him as cricketer of his kind and prayed that the he remains like this for the rest of his career.
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Scott Brown: fallout from Hobby Lobby decision puts Senate bid in tight spot 16.7.2014 The Guardian -- World Latest

GOP candidate Scott Brown has been labeled 'anti-women' by his Democratic rival, a label particularly toxic in New Hampshire

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Why SuperTed must clean up his act 15.7.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
The crime-fighting teddy was a much-loved childhood hero of the 80s. Now the show is set for a comeback, but will a makeover that removes some of its suspect features spoil the magic? We never found out the secret magic word that SuperTed whispered to transform from an ordinary (albeit anthropomorphic and sentient) teddy bear into a flying hero. In TV production circles, the magic word is currently "reboot". Ted and his cosmic dust dealer Spotty Man are the latest beloved children's characters to be revived decades after their heyday, joining Danger Mouse , the Wombles and the Teletubbies in a sudden production line of headline-grabbing comebacks. The hands-on involvement of original creator Mike Young in a season of 26 new episodes will be reassuring to hardcore Tedheads, though he has already intimated the cast will undergo a major overhaul to reflect our more enlightened times. Texas Pete will have to cope without his trademark six-shooters, which sounds like a fairly radical change for a villain ...
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Aamir to make his presence felt in Salman’s ‘Kick' 15.7.2014 TOI: Entertainment
We all know that superstars Salman and Aamir Khan are very good friends and have openly praised each other on public ...
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Manchester United sign record 10-year kit deal with Adidas worth £750m 14.7.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
German giants to replace Nike from next season
Worth more than double Arsenals deal with Puma

Manchester United have announced a 10-year contract with the German manufacturers Adidas to be the clubs new kit sponsor for a record-breaking minimum £750m.

The agreement commences at the start of the 2015-16 season and ends Nikes 13-year relationship with United.

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Operation to refloat ill-fated Italian cruise ship Costa Concordia to start today 14.7.2014 DNA: Urban Tales
An unprecedented operation to refloat the shipwrecked Costa Concordia began on Monday in Italy, with salvage workers attempting to raise the rusty liner from its watery grave on the shores of a rugged Tuscan island. "I am a bit nervous," said Salvage Master Nick Sloane as he headed out to the wreck to oversee the first-ever operation to float a ship of this size from a control room onboard the liner, two and a half years after it sank in a nighttime disaster that left 32 people dead. Media crews from around the world crowded onto the port to see off the globe-trotting South African Sloane, who was dressed in his trademark casual blue jeans with a red life jacket over a black T-shirt. The liner will be refloated over a six-to-seven day period and then be towed away to Genoa port in northern Italy for scrapping, where it is expected to arrive later this month. The 114,500-tonne vessel will be raised two meters today off the artificial platform it has rested on since it was righted in September. Fears of a ...
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Costa Concordia: salvage team begins operation to refloat doomed liner 14.7.2014 The Guardian -- World Latest

Biggest ever maritime salvage attempt comes more than two years after it sank off the coast of Italy

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Sensex dips in early trade below 25,000; Infosys top lose down 3% 14.7.2014 DNA: Wide Angle
The trademark index BSE Sensex, though began by gaining around 70 points, quickly slipped into the red territory in early trade. The Sensex is down 38.56 points at 24985.79 and the Nifty is down 9.90 points at 7449.70.  Hindalco, Tata Power, BPCL, Punjab National Bank and Asian Paints are the top gainers till now. The top losers are Infosys, HUL, Bharti Airtel, HCL Tech and Coal India. IT giant Infosys lost al most 3% after their quarter results on Friday.  IndusInd Bank and Unichem Laboratories announced their results this morning.  Unichem Laboratories' June quarter net profit fell 16.3% to Rs 30.2 crore as against Rs 36.1 crore in the same quarter a year ago while net sales went up 9.6% mainly led by exports. The stock is down 3.7% at Rs 188. IndusInd Bank's net profit in the June quarter hiked by 25.7 percent compared the corresponding quarter in the same yea, while net interest income rose by almost 18%. However net interest margin fell from 3.755 to 3.66%. The stock is up 0.85 at Rs 540.50. Indian ...
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Transformers: Age of Extinction review interminably stupid 13.7.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
Michael Bay's latest addition to the Transformers franchise pummels the audience into stupefied submission The OED offers one definition of "epic" as "an exceptionally long and arduous task or activity", and it is clearly this informal usage that Michael Bay adopts when describing his latest bore-buster. Yes, it's Transformers: Bigger, Louder, Longer, although sadly not Better. All the usual Bay trademarks are here: the interminably stupid plot (dinosaurs, seeds, 'splosions etc); incoherent action sequences (the marginally slower edit speed has solved little); endless leering shots of the leading lady's butt (accompanied by references to her "minor" status and an extended joke about statutory rape laws); a couple of proper actors slumming it for cash ( Stanley Tucci stepping into John Turturro's shoes; Kelsey Grammer mugging for the money); and an overwhelming desire to pummel the audience into stupefied submission. Admittedly there's nothing to match the existential horror of watching Bay bare his soul ...
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LIVE FIFA World Cup 2014 Third Place Playoff Brazil v/s Netherlands: Brazil still unable to feature on the scoresheet as the Dutch lead 2-0 at half-time 13.7.2014 DNA: Mumbai
45+2' HALFTIME 45' MAXWELL (Brazil) sees an effort go off target. The free kick is finally taken, and it's an anti-climax as Oscar is unable to beat the wall. The loose ball then falls to Maxwell but the left-back sends a rasping volley over the top of Cillessen's goal. 43' VLAAR (Netherlands) concedes a free-kick following a challenge on RAMIRES (Brazil). 41' JULIO CESAR (Brazil) blocks the shot. A trademark half-volley from Manchester United's Robin van Persie is well saved by Julio Cesar. Will there be a goal before half-time? 40' There is a short break in play as Kuyt goes down to receive some treatment. It offers the players a chance to take on some fluids while the coaches bark instructions at them in front of the dugouts. Play quickly resumes, though. There is a short break in play as Kuyt goes down to receive some treatment. It offers the players a chance to take on some fluids while the coaches bark instructions at them in front of the dugouts. Play quickly resumes, though. I don't think I've ...
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World's 'slimmest smartphone' Gionee Elife S5.5 gets an Android 4.4 KitKat update 12.7.2014 DNA: Opinion
Launched earlier this year, the Gionee Elife S5.5, is now ready for a major operating system overhaul with the latest Android update.  The smartphone that was introduced to the market with an Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, will not only skip a version, but will also be upgraded directly to the KitKat 4.4 The phone, that hit the Indian markets early this year, had been named after its trademark feature — a 5.55mm slim body . Customised for selfies Noting the rising trend of selfies, Gionee has customised the phone for better selfies. With the 95 degree wide angle front camera, taking self-group shots or full body selfies is made possible and easier than ever before. Apart from that the camera also has a 'Charm Camera' feature which includes an auto make-up mode, footprint mode, and meeting memo mode features. ELIFE S5.5 Standard Version Full Specifications  5.0” Super AMOLED Plus display Octa- Core 1.7GHz CPU 13.0MP AF +5.0MP AF Camera 95 Degree Ultra-Wide Angle Memory: 16GB+2GB Ultra slim 145.1 x 70.2 x ...
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Gutthi returns as Kapil Sharma’s father-in-law 12.7.2014 TOI: Entertainment
We had earlier reported about Sunil Grover aka Gutthi’s return to Kapil Sharma’s comedy show, Comedy Nights With ...
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John Wayne's heirs duke it out with university over right to name whiskey 9.7.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
John Wayne's heirs to sue Duke University in Northern Carolina over their attempts to scotch plans for branded bourbon, which are currently on ice

John Wayne's heirs are suing an American university which they say is obstructing efforts to launch a proposed range of "Duke" alcoholic beverages.

The late star of countless classic westerns picked up the nickname as a small boy courtesy of firefighters in his Glendale, California home town: it was originally the name of the family dog, a huge Airedale terrier.

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Sia Furler's 1,000 forms of facelessness 7.7.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
Sia is a woman whose name you probably know, whose songs you probably recognize but whose face you probably don't Sia Furler's 'faceless' performances in pictures Fame demands a face. One to put on the covers of magazines, emblazon the covers of records, fill fan-followed Instagram feeds and, in the TMZ-tyrannised world of contemporary pop music, one to hide from paparazzi camera-flare. Thanks to the media it now depends on YouTube, Instagram, gifs and the rest pop has never been so visual. Sia Furler is a 38-year-old Australian woman whose name you probably know, whose songs you almost certainly recognise, but whose face you probably dont. For years, shes written huge songs for the most visible of pop stars Beyonce , Rihanna , Katy Perry and Kylie Minogue among them. Creating hits is her enormously lucrative day job and, according to a recent New York Times profile, she can toss them off in minutes. ( David Guetta s Titanium forty minutes; Rihannas Diamonds fourteen.) If anyone besides famous people ...
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Versace unveils dream ball gowns at Paris couture show 7.7.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
Designer's latest collection carries theme of deconstructed tailoring, with designs embracing 50s couture and modern style

"Ballgowns, à la Versace." That was how Donatella Versace, with a hint of a wink, described her Atelier Versace couture collection, shown on Sunday in Paris.

It is an apt description of designs that play with the dream dresses of couture's heritage, but add a hefty dose of Versace's trademark tough and sexy house code.

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