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Review: Bang Bang is loud, dumb, exhausting 2.10.2014 Rediff: Movies
Bang Bang is a B-grade film made on an A-list budget, says Raja Sen.
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John Wayne's heirs lose 'Duke' legal brawl 2.10.2014 Sify Finance
John Wayne had a two-fisted image but heirs of the late movie star have lost a legal throw-down over use of his nickname, Duke.
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Tim Gunn sizes up first lady fashions do's, don'ts 1.10.2014 Sify News
Michelle Obama went under Tim Gunn's fashion microscope and got an approving nod, but not all first ladies fared as well — Hillary Rodham Clinton among them.
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Rafael Nadal beats Richard Gasquet on return from injury at China Open 30.9.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
Spanish world No2 beats Gasquet 6-4, 6-0
Nadals first match since Wimbledon last-16 loss in July
Novak Djokovic and Maria Sharapova race through
US Open champion Cilic beats wildcard to progress

Rafael Nadal enjoyed an emphatic return to singles action as he powered past Richard Gasquet at the China Open in Beijing.

Spains world No2, playing his first singles match in three months following a wrist injury, extended his record to 13-0 against the Frenchman with a brisk 6-4, 6-0 win.

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Lena Dunham tells all, but that's not enough | Jessica Valenti 29.9.2014 Guardian: Comment is Free
A willingness to shock comes easily to her. So why hasnt she dug at something deeper in her first book? In the first season of HBOs Girls, Lena Dunhams character, Hannah, tells her friend Marnie, Any mean thing someone is going to think of to say about me, Ive already said to me, about me, probably in the last half-hour. This is a familiar feeling to those of us who developed a sense of humor as a pre-empt against cruelty, and its a device that has made Girls a huge success and Dunham a media darling. But in a memoir meant to be an advice book to young women, the writer-directors trademark funny self-deprecation has the unfortunate side effect of nullifying the idea that she has something important to say. Its not brave to do something that doesnt scare ...
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David Camerons human rights ploy would undermine the rule of law | Clive Stafford Smith 29.9.2014 Guardian: Comment is Free
The prime ministers plan to stop the European court of human rights overruling UK decisions is a dangerous populist mistake It has been reported that the Conservatives will no longer allow the European court of human rights (ECHR) to overrule decisions made by British courts if they are elected next year. David Cameron, it seems, is hell-bent on emasculating the ECHR in an effort to appease his partys anti-Europe ...
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Sonam Kapoor holds promise to be the next star: Tommy Hilfiger 27.9.2014 DNA: Wide Angle
Basking in the comfortable grandeur of his trademark casual chic, fashion icon Tommy Hilfiger sits patiently through interviews and interactions on Saturday at the Hilfiger store to bring in his decade-long foray in India. Today, there are 1,200 Tommy Hilfiger stores in over 90 countries, making a cool $6.3 billion in 2013. But his journey started in India 35 years ago, when with the aid of Indian manufacturing units, he came up with his first collection.Edited excerpts of an interview on his phenomenal journey:  You said that you came to India to make your first collection 35 years ago, and yet you started retailing in India only a decade ago. How has been the India experience for you? It’s been phenomenal decade. When I first came to India, I worked with 10 tailors on a dirt floor factory, who’d stitch me samples. A family from Delhi, the Ahuja’s, helped me immensely. In Bangalore (where the first Tommy Hilfiger store came up in 2004), the manufacturing units and the fabrics helped me shape my first ...
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After kurta, Modi jacket too is a registered label! 27.9.2014 Ahmedabad News, Ahmedabad City News | Cities News - Times of India
After kurta, Modi jacket too is a registered label!
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Phil is a hit on his 10th showing 27.9.2014 Telegraph: Sports
Gleneagles: Phil Mickelson became the first American to play in 10 Ryder Cups on Friday and duly marked the occasion with a trademark flourish on the final hole to earn a one-up victory with Keegan Bradley against Europe's strongest team of world No.1 Rory McIlroy and No.3 Sergio Garcia.
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German graffiti artist killed by Hamburg subway train 26.9.2014 The Guardian -- World Latest
Walter Josef Fischer, 64, aka Oz, was one of the countrys most prolific graffiti artists, spraying more than 120,000 tags Continue reading...
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Row over ‘Modi kurta’ label ends 26.9.2014 India News, Latest News in India, Live News India, India Breaking News - Times of India
The dispute over trademark rights on the famous ‘Modi kurta’ was settled on Thursday with a company promising to the city sessions court that it would not sell its kurtas under the label named after Prime Minister Narendra ...
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Cartier launches legal attempt to block websites selling counterfeit goods 25.9.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
Jewellery makers claim against internet service providers raises concern among freedom of speech campaigners

Cartier International, the luxury watch and jewellery company, is attempting to block websites allegedly selling counterfeit goods in a test case that could have far-reaching consequences for the internet.

Lawyers for the Paris-based company launched their claim at the high court in London on Thursday. It is believed to be the first time online service providers have been asked to close down websites on the grounds that they feature pirated trademark logos.

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Doctor who helped develop Rogaine dies in Miami 25.9.2014 Sify News
A South Florida dermatologist credited with helping develop the first baldness remedy recognized by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has died. He was 80.
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Asian Games: Boxers Akhil, Shiva punch their way into 2nd round 24.9.2014 Rediff: Sports
India's comeback-man Akhil Kumar (60kg) pummelled his Nepalese rival Purna Bahadur Lama before notching up a Technical Knockout win to give Indian boxers a good start on Wednesday.
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Venus Remedies eyes tie-ups for out-licensing drugs 23.9.2014 ET: Pharma
Venus Remedies Ltd has targeted a turnover of Rs 1000 crore by FY'18, even as it eyes partners in Europe and US for out licensing drugs.
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Native Americans seek dismissal of Redskins' suit 23.9.2014 Sify Finance
Five Native Americans asked a federal judge Monday to dismiss a lawsuit the Washington Redskins filed against them over the team's nickname.
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Intellectual Property Rights and India's competitiveness 22.9.2014 ET: Policy
According to the most recent IP Index by GIPC of the US Chamber of Commerce, India's rank is the last among 25 countries for which the Center prepares the Index.
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IPR and India's competitiveness (Column: Active Voice) 22.9.2014 Sify Finance
. They also have an impact on the FDI inflows in a developing country, which helps not just in terms of capital inflows, but also in terms of technology and expertise. Strengthening IPR thus becomes imperative from the viewpoint of economic development. According to the most recent IP Index by GIPC (Global Intellectual Property Center) of the US Chamber of Commerce, India's rank is the last among 25 countries for which the Center prepares the Index. It is alarming, and steps need to be taken to ensure we do better on various aspects covered under the specific index.
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Football transfer rumours: Liverpool to sign Manchester Citys Joe Hart? 22.9.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
Todays whispers are all of a flutter Arsène Wenger is a visionary. The inventor of broccoli, passing and spectacular, unrivalled bottle-jobbery, he has already worked out what Arsenal need to do in the next transfer window, three months before it opens. It therefore comes as no surprise to learn that Wenger has moved with trademark sharpness to identify the areas of weakness in his squad and has decided that Arsenal will try to sign a defender and a defensive midfielder in January, with Manchester Uniteds Chris Smalling and Real Madrids Sami Khedira at the top of his shopping list. Thats why he gets paid the big bucks: only an elite football genius could have come to those conclusions so quickly. Elsewhere Brendan Rodgers has already gone off Simon Safe Hands Mignolet and wants to replace him with Joe Hart Hartdog, who fears that he could be for the chop at Manchester City given their reluctance to offer him a new contract. That is not very decent on their part . Poor ...
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Manchester City rely on Frank Lampards late strike to deny Chelsea 21.9.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page

For a few seconds, Frank Lampard looked slightly overcome with awkwardness. He had been on the pitch only seven minutes, in his first home match for Manchester City, when the ball came to him in that position that used to be his trademark for Chelsea, back in the days when he was establishing himself as the most prolific scorer to pass through Stamford Bridge.

Lampard struck his shot cleanly, to the right of Thibaut Courtois, and what a way to introduce himself to his new crowd. Until that moment, it had been the away end serenading him. Now it was the City supporters and, incredibly, he might have gone on to win the match. This time, his shot struck his old mate, John Terry, prostrate on the turf, and Lampard was spared any more of the post-match apologies.

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