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Jane Bown obituary 21.12.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
World-renowned photographer whose career on the Observer spanned six decades

Throughout her long career as an Observer photographer, Jane Bown, who has died aged 89, produced a consistent and singular body of work that straddled many areas of photojournalism. However, she will be remembered above all for her deeply insightful portraits.

By the time Jane began working at the Observer in 1949, her trademark style – a unique capacity to blend the iconic with the informal – was already fully formed. Her account of the first Observer commission, which was a portrait of the philosopher Bertrand Russell, is classic Jane: concise, self-deprecating and modestly assured. “I was terrified, I don’t think I even knew who he was,” she said. “But the light was good ...”

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Sparks review – return of the kooks in kimonos 21.12.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
Barbican, London Ron and Russell Mael revisit their glam-era glory days with a sumptuous celebration of the landmark Kimono My House album At first, as the 35-strong Heritage Orchestra saw out 40s horror flick discords, you suspect there’s been a bizarre double booking with a Bela Lugosi soundtrack recital. Then the melody of This Town Ain’t Big Enough For Both of Us creeps out like Nosferatu from the mist and the Mael brothers emerge in kimonos, bow to the stalls and take their customary positions. For the next two hours Russell bounces around stage left striking Puckish poses while Ron, his trademark pencil moustache registering not a twitch of emotion, sits stony-faced at his grand piano stabbing out cut-glass chords like an end-of-the-pier mechanical fortune teller. Fittingly, we’re here to honour Sparks’ most prescient prediction. Their third album Kimono My House (1974), recorded after the duo moved from LA to London to bask in the glitter typhoon of glam, aligned them with the leftfield art pop of ...
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Revered Observer photographer Jane Bown dies aged 89 21.12.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
Veteran hailed as ‘part of the Observer’s DNA’ was best known for her dazzling portraits of the Queen, Samuel Beckett and the Beatles Jane Bown: A life in photography - in pictures The magnificent Jane Bown, the Observer’s veteran and legendary photographer who recently said: “I spent my whole life worrying about time and light,” has died just four months short of her 90th birthday. The Observer editor, John Mulholland, called her “part of the Observer’s DNA”. She joined the Observer in 1949 and, resisting all offers from other prospective employers, continued to appear in the office every week for more than half a century, working on 35mm film to the end, meekly waiting for assignments, and turning in dazzlingly beautiful images for news stories and features. She was particularly well known for portraits of the rich, famous, infamous and unknown. Many became trademark images of her subjects, including her definitive portrait of the playwright Samuel Becket, glaring like a caged eagle, whom she cornered ...
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The pick of Utah ski resorts 20.12.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
Utah wants to rival Colorado as a mecca for winter sports and create the biggest linked ski area in the US. Susan Greenwood gets a taste by heading to Salt Lake City, which has 15 resorts on its doorstep. Plus readers’ tips on skiing in the USA Snowflakes were everywhere. On coffee mugs, T-shirts, key-rings. Huge posters of skiers covered in inconceivable amounts of snow adorned the walls. Salt Lake City airport’s arrivals hall left me in fear of being avalanched. “GREATEST SNOW ON EARTH!!” is the slogan yelled from every sign, souvenir and number plate I encountered. The state of Utah’s slogan is even a registered trademark, albeit one that is contested now and again. Earlier this year, the Colorado ski resort of Steamboat sued Utah tourism officials for a campaign calling Salt Lake City “Ski City USA”, which it said infringed its “Ski Town, USA” trademark. Visit Salt Lake president Scott Beck admitted they were trying to lure skiers away from Colorado, which gets three times more skiers than Utah – ...
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Compulsory Licensing on Patented Drugs 19.12.2014 Govt of india: PIB
So far, one Compulsory License has been granted by the Controller General of Patents, Designs and Trade Marks for the anti-cancer drug containing the compound ‘Sorafenib Tosylate’ which is used for treatment of kidney and liver cancer to a drug manufacturing company, namely M/s Natco Pharma Ltd.
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Awareness About Filing Patents 19.12.2014 Govt of india: PIB
Patent applications filed by Indian applicants was 25 percent of the total number of applications filed in the year 2013-14 as compared to 22 percent in the year 2012-13 and 20 percent in the year 2011-12.
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HC reserves order on Novartis-Cipla drug dispute 17.12.2014 ET: Pharma
The Delhi High Court has reserved its verdict on a dispute between pharma firms Novartis and Cipla over manufacturing of the drug Indacaterol, used for treatment of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
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Global intellectual property filings see boost in 2013 – UN report 17.12.2014 Sify News
New York, Dec 17 (IBNS) Despite an uneven global economic recovery, international patent requests continued to surge in 2013, extending the run of strong annual increases in intellectual property (IP) filings to a fourth consecutive year, a new United Nations study reported on Tuesday.
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India stands by Pak, minus the usual sting 17.12.2014 Telegraph: Front Page
New Delhi, Dec. 16: A telephone call, a cancelled dinner, multiple messages of condolences and a trademark jibe missing ' the slaughter of schoolchildren today in an army school in Peshawar by Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan fidayeen brought a departure from convention.
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Why Thierry Henry is the best-dressed footballer 16.12.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page

Thierry Henry has just announced his retirement from football. A world-class footballer but also a style leader. Here are three lessons we’ve learned from the king of va va voom

Thierry Henry’s retirement announcement on Tuesday has seen the internet explode with plaudits from the footballing universe. And, sure, missile-like goals are all very well, but Henry’s style elegance was also a welcome addition to the premier league from the moment he signed as an unrated winger to Arsenal in 1999. Here are three style moments that brought Titi’s trademark va-va-voom.

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IPsoft Chief says "tsunami" wave of artificial intelligence going to sweep away tech firms 16.12.2014 ET: IETS
Earlier this month, IPsoft expanded its partnership with global consulting and outsourcing firm, Accenture under which IPsoft’s humanoid Amelia.
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Rajkumar Hirani: I am really nervous with PK 15.12.2014 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
Rajkumar Hirani, who rules critics' hearts as much as he rules the box office, is back after five years. Sonil Dedhia listens in as the filmmaker talks about PK (without dropping the cloak of secrecy of course).
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Pakistan blast 364 in big win over New Zealand, take 2-1 series lead 15.12.2014 Rediff: Cricket
Pakistan smashed their third highest One-day total of 364 in a crushing 147-run win over New Zealand to move 2-1 up in the five-match series on Sunday.
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Reckitt Benckiser, Dabur legal spat escalates over Pudin Hara ads 15.12.2014 ET: FMCG
Reckitt Benckiser had dragged Dabur to Delhi High Court alleging that the ads for Dabur’s Pudin Hara lemon fizz drink had "infringed its trademark and copyright".
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India-led BRICS opposes UN arm’s move on model drug law 15.12.2014 ET: Policy
UNODC had last week held closed-door meetings in Vienna to firm up a model law prescribing harsh penalties for ‘falsified’ drug-related crimes.
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Pak go 15.12.2014 Telegraph: Sports
Sharjah: Pakistan smashed their third highest one-day total of 364 for seven in a crushing 147-run win over New Zealand to move 2-1 up in the five-match series, on Sunday.
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Settlement must be free from duress 15.12.2014 Sify Finance
Settlement of disputes can be challenged in court if a dominant corporation uses coercion, duress or undue influence of various types against a weak party. But the duress must be proved by showing
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Pakistan blast 364 in big win over New Zealand 15.12.2014 DNA: Money
Pakistan smashed their third highest one-day total of 364 in a crushing 147-run win over New Zealand to move 2-1 up in the five-match series on Sunday. Ahmed Shehzad notched an intelligent 113 for his sixth one-day ton and stand-in captain Shahid Afridi bludgeoned a trademark 55 off 26 balls to propel Pakistan to the best ODI score seen in Sharjah in 218 matches, and with three wickets to spare. Afridi was back in charge with Misbah-ul-Haq out injured and although his innings was full of his usual array of crunching shots, Pakistan also showed a rare ability to nurdle singles at almost every opportunity and cut out the silly strokes. Only Nathan McCullum went for less than six an over for New Zealand, although Matt Henry took three wickets, and their reply of 217 all out with the bat was equally ineffective as they lost wickets at regular intervals. They were never in the running to match Pakistan's mammoth total although in-form captain Kane Williamson, who starred in the Black Caps' win in Friday's ...
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Warner hits another ton 13.12.2014 The Assam Tribune
Warner hits another ton
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Mika takes off his diamond khanda on Salman Khan's request, gifts it to Paris Hilton 13.12.2014 DNA: Opinion
At a recent high profile birthday party that went on till dawn in Pune, it is reported that Salman Khan went over to younger brother Mika and told him to take off his trademark large diamond khanda, which he is rarely seen without. Not only did Mika oblige and remove his Khanda, Mika further obeyed big brother Salman's wishes and went and placed it around the neck of International Socialite and Heiress Paris Hilton who was seen grinning from ear to ear after receiving the stunning gift. The Singer is known for his generosity which has previously led to him gifting some of his most personal and sentimental items to those he admires. Whether it is about the diamond rings he gave to SRK and Legendary Big B, his previous diamond khanda's to Rekha ji and Asha Bhosle ji, a large SUV to Pritam or the customised Harley Davidson bike to Yo Yo Honey Singh, Mika surely is one singer with a huge ...
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