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Film Weekly: Let the Right One In 9.4.2009 The Guardian -- Front Page
The name is Solomons, Jason Solomons and this week Jason celebrates the world's most powerful film franchise, Bond. To mark the centenary of the birth of the series' larger than life producer, Cubby Broccoli, BFI Southbank is running . Jason talks to Cubby's daughter Barbara Broccoli and stepson Michael Wilson at Bond headquarters in London's Piccadilly. You Only Live Twice? Rubbish, if you're a vampire, you live forever, especially in Sweden. Vampires are the subject of director Tomas Alfredson's film, the coming-of-age horror movie . Jason talks to Tomas about blood, animalistic needs and Morrissey. Jason is joined in the pod by Xan Brooks to review the week's releases. First up is the time-travel, body-swap comedy , with Zac Efron fresh ...
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MTV's sexy new mantra for success 9.4.2009 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
Maldives vows to open state media 9.4.2009 BBC South Asia
Maldives President Mohamed Nasheed tells the BBC of his moves to open up the state-controlled media sector.
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Kim Jong-il makes public appearance 9.4.2009 The Guardian -- World Latest
Frail-looking North Korean leader attends parliament to rubber stamp his third term A frail and drawn Kim Jong-il, the North Korean leader, has made his first major public appearance since reportedly suffering a stroke last August. North Korean state television showed Kim attending an annual meeting of parliament as it rubber-stamped his appointment to a third term as leader of one of the world's most isolated countries. Kim's re-emergence into the public eye followed the at the weekend that drew condemnation from Japan and the west, although China blocked action at the UN security council. Kim, 67, had been conspicuously absent from major public events after the suspected stroke, which raised questions about his grip over the ...
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Jolt to Chiranjeevi as another leader resigns 9.4.2009 IndiaInfo.com
A week before elections start in Andhra Pradesh, Praja Rajyam Party (PRP) of superstar Chiranjeevi Thursday suffered a big jolt with another key leader resigning and branding it a "poisonous tree".
' Dad in Iran till daughter is freed' 9.4.2009 Hindu: Breaking News
' Dad in Iran till daughter is freed'
Jolt to Chiranjeevi as another leader resigns 9.4.2009 India eNews: Politics
A week before elections start in Andhra Pradesh, Praja Rajyam Party (PRP) of superstar Chiranjeevi Thursday suffered a big jolt with another key leader resigning and branding it a 'poisonous tree'.
John Waters meets the art grannies 9.4.2009 The Guardian -- Front Page
The outré world of Pink Flamingos collided with the rarefied realm of fine art as cult director John Waters took art patrons round his new exhibition, Rear Projection At the Marianne Boesky gallery in New York's Chelsea art district, the open-plan office zone is separated from the exhibition space by a wall with an open end, so shoptalk can be overheard from the public area. An unsuspecting patron browsing the catalogues on Monday night couldn't have helped overhearing passing mentions, delivered in a playful Baltimore lilt, of transsexual hookers, child-molesting town criers and the difficulty of finding good pictures of dead celebrities. John Waters was in the house. Although best known as the director of films such as Pink Flamingos, ...
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Himani Fast Relief commercial wins three awards 9.4.2009 HBL: Breaking News
Himani Fast Relief commercial wins three awards
Did Jordan turn down royal lunch? 9.4.2009 DNA: Top News
Katie Price aka Jordan has claimed that she was invited to lunch at Buckingham Palace but declined the offer because she was in America.
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Spotted: Nana Patekar in Goa 9.4.2009 Rediff: Movies
Reader Vaishali Dharangutti has sent us a photograph.
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Solidarity over revenue sharing bound to yield results: Bollywood 9.4.2009 India E-News: Asia
The entire Hindi film fraternity - from Shah Rukh Khan and Aamir Khan to Farhan Akhtar, Sanjay Gupta and Pritish Nandy - feels that joining hands against the multiplexes over revenue sharing is bound to yield a solution soon.
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Sensex, Nifty slip again amid high volatility @ 13:41 hrs 9.4.2009 Sify Finance
Amid alternate bouts of buying and selling
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Poll promise is bribery, says crusader 9.4.2009 India eNews: Politics
Cheap rice, free TV, free power, free stove, cash dole... With just a week left for the start of the Lok Sabha polls, it's open season for promises. But hold on, says S. Subramaniam Balaji; this is 'bribery', so it's against the law.
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Gorgeous, at 40 plus 9.4.2009 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
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Bajaj Electricals expects better Q4 margins 9.4.2009 Sify Finance
Mumbai: Appliances and lighting products maker Bajaj Electricals Ltd expects better margins in the fourth quarter of FY09 on the back of falling raw material costs, a senior official said.
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Poll promise is bribery, says crusader 9.4.2009 Hindustan Times: India
Cheap rice, free TV, free power, free stove, cash dole... With just a week left for the start of the Lok Sabha polls, it's open season for promises. But hold on, says S Subramaniam Balaji; this is "bribery", so it's against the law.
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Police chalks out plans to tackle ultras 9.4.2009 The Assam Tribune
Police chalks out plans to tackle ultras
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CBI chargesheet on Oct 30 blasts soon: DGP 9.4.2009 The Assam Tribune
CBI chargesheet on Oct 30 blasts soon: DGP
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Kim Jong Il appointed to third term 9.4.2009 The Guardian -- World Latest
North Korea's parliament has re-elected Kim Jong Il as chairman of the national defence commission North Korea's rubber-stamp parliament appointed Kim Jong Il to a third term today as leader of one of the world's most reclusive nations, buoyed by a rocket launch heralded in state media as "historic" but assailed elsewhere as provocative. State media said politicians re-elected Kim chairman of the powerful National Defence Commission at the opening session of the new parliament, an appointment that under the constitution makes him the nation's top leader. But there was no confirmation in a noon broadcast on state TV that Kim himself was presiding over the session in what would be his first major public appearance since reportedly ...
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