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Toeing the ‘tween’ line 9.4.2009 HBL: Catalyst
Miley Cyrus beat more than 1,000 aspirants to become Disney’s Hannah Montana. The idol of millions of young girls, Hannah, who juggles two lives, that of a schoolgirl during the day and pop star at night, is the biggest Disney Miley Cyrus beat more than 1,000 aspirants to become Disney’s Hannah Montana. The idol of millions of young girls, Hannah, who juggles two lives, that of a schoolgirl during the day and pop star at night, is the biggest Disney
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It’s about the team, silly! 9.4.2009 HBL: Catalyst
I watched every match of the first edition of the Indian Premier League in the comfort of my living room, usually slouched on my favourite chair, though I did lose my place on occasion to my son who is taller and more muscular and a cricket fan I watched every match of the first edition of the Indian Premier League in the comfort of my living room, usually slouched on my favourite chair, though I did lose my place on occasion to my son who is taller and more muscular and a cricket fan
Crime drama 9.4.2009 Hindu:Metro Plus: Coimbatore
“Bones” is back for its third season
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A jungle journey 9.4.2009 Hindu:Metro Plus: Bangalore
The Jungle Book will once again come to life
Bollywood comes to the Proms 8.4.2009 The Guardian -- Front Page
Sounds of India and music for vacuum cleaners both feature in the Proms' bold 114th season It is a case of Bollywood meets Beethoven at the BBC Proms this summer. For the first time, the festival will be taken over by a day's celebration of Indian vocal styles, culminating in an extravagant night of Bollywood music and dancing. Indeed, there will be plenty of fresh sounds this year – not least on the Last Night, when Jerusalem, Land of Hope and Glory, and Dido's Lament will be heard alongside Sir Malcolm Arnold's A Grand, Grand Overture. The last is a little-performed work, premiered in 1956, and possibly the only piece of music scored for three vacuum cleaners, one floor polisher and three rifles, among other instruments. Another first ...
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Another Divisive Measure 8.4.2009 Telegraph: Opinion
A promise has been made to India's armed forces in all seriousness on the eve of the elections. They will be exempted from paying income tax in case the party making the solemn pledge wins power in Delhi. In one stroke, therefore, an unusually large number of people is likely to be struck off the list of tax-paying Indians. They then can take pride in their exalted status as "non-taxable resident Indians" making lesser mortals wonder why they were not considered for a place on the high table.
Velappan appeals to India to unseat AFC president Hammam 8.4.2009 India E-News: Asia
Former Asian Football Confederation (AFC) secretary-general Peter Velappan Wednesday launched a scathing attack on president Mohammad Bin Hammam, saying that the Qatari's removal will restore democracy to the Asian organisation.
Poland’s richest man buys top-flight local side 8.4.2009 Hindustan Times: News
TV magnate Zygmunt Solorz-Zak, considered Poland’s richest man, on Wednesday became joint owner of Polish top-flight football club Slask Wroclaw.
Campaign 2009 is cool and costly 8.4.2009 Hindustan Times: India
From an estimated Rs 4,500 crore in 2004, the estimated campaign expenditure of the coming Lok Sabha elections is more than doubling to Rs 10,000 crore, says the Centre for Media Studies, Anita Sharan reports.
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Canvassing: It's a family affair 8.4.2009 TOI: Cities
Apart from political parties planning to invite Bollywood celebrities and TV stars for campaigning, families of candidates are adopting all activities to woo voters.
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Sun Direct says takes No. 2 DTH slot from Tata Sky 8.4.2009 Hindustan Times: Business
While the DTH market in India is witnessing robust growth, all the players are incurring heavy losses. For the quarter ended December 31, 2008, Dish TV incurred a loss of Rs 1,178.68 crore, Saurabh Turakhia reports.
Velappan appeals to India to unseat AFC president Hammam 8.4.2009 New Kerala: India News
ERROR: Missing Story Title 8.4.2009 ET: Entertainment
FM radio sees big revenue from political adsFM radio sees big revenue from political ads
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No whitewashing over anti Sikh riots: Chidambaram 8.4.2009 Hindu: Breaking News
No whitewashing over anti Sikh riots: Chidambaram
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No white-washing over anti-Sikh riots: Chidambaram 8.4.2009 India eNews: Politics
Home Minister P. Chidambaram Wednesday said Sikhs had a 'legitimate grievance' that a few people had been punished for the 1984 anti-Sikh riots but assured the community that 'no one in the government is trying to whitewash anything'.
No white-washing over anti-Sikh riots: Chidambaram 8.4.2009 New Kerala: India News
Sri Lankan Tamils on hunger strike in Oslo 8.4.2009 Hindustan Times: World
Some 20 Sri Lankan Tamils held a hunger strike Wednesday outside Norway’s government offices which they blocked for the second straight day, urging Oslo to act in its role as mediator in the Sri Lankan conflict.
Getting the big picture right 8.4.2009 Hindustan Times: Views
The box office typically brings in three of every four rupees an Indian film makes. Overseas collections, home video rights, and ancillary revenues (which include television distribution rights) fetch a third of a rupee each.
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Rakhi Sawant plans her swayamvara on reality TV show 8.4.2009 New Indian Express
Rakhi Sawant plans her swayamvara on reality TV show
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‘I didn’t want to patent Sudoku’ 8.4.2009 New Indian Express
‘I didn’t want to patent Sudoku’
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