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Smuggled out of N. Korea, these chilling stories lay bare horr...

(Title: The Accusation: Forbidden Stories From Inside North Korea; Author: Bandi (pseudonym); Publisher: Hachette India in arrangement with Profile Books; Pages: 247; Price: Rs 599) Business Standard, 2 months ago

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Want To Celebrate A Urinal's 100th Birthday? You'll Need This Secret Password.

One hundred years ago, a man named Marcel Duchamp changed the course of art. All it took was a pseudonym, a urinal and a penchant for sticking it to the man. But mostly, the urinal. On April 9, 1917, the French-born Duchamp anonymously submitted an artwork ...
 Huffington Post2 months ago

Banksy's art-for-votes offer erased after police warning

The pseudonymous British graffiti artist Banksy has withdrawn an offer of free artwork in return for tactical voting in Thursday's general election after police warned it would invalidate the result.
 DNA2 weeks ago
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When mischief turns into art

Shubigi Rao loves to play pranks. Writing fake art history books under a male archaeologist's pseudonym or setting up an installation that shows how contemporary art deranges its viewers are all par for the course, finds out Ornella D'Souza
 DNA1 month ago

Sebi not keen on settlement with NSE in algo case

Markets regulator Sebi may not agree for a settlement with NSE in the algo trading case. After Sebi issued show-cause notices to the exchange and 14 of its current and former officials, NSE sources had said that the bourse would go for a settlement with the ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 day ago
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'The separatists have to be made irrelevant'

Each day brings worrying news of soldiers, policemen, civilians dying in the Kashmir valley.Is the situation in Kashmir spiraling out of control?What can the Indian Army, the police and paramilitary forces, the state and central governments do to halt the slide towards anarchy?One of the Indian Army's most experienced generals, formerly the highest ranking officer in the Kashmir valley, surveys the landscape of conflict and reveals what needs to be done. IMAGE: Soldiers at an encounter with ...
 Rediff.com6 days ago
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TVF CEO Arunabh Kumar, accused of sexual harassment, finally quits

Mumbai: Arunabh Kumar has stepped down as CEO of web entertainment firm The Viral Fever barely months after Mumbai police booked him for allegedly causing sexual harassment to unidentified women. Arunabh Kumar posted an open letter from his Twitter handle ...
 Sify1 week ago
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THIS Tiger Shroff fan and graffiti artist will create a LIFELIKE artwork of 'Munna Michael'

Graffiti artist Ravi Kaul, will paint a mural of his favourite star Tiger Shroff’s next film Munna Michael on a 6.5 ft canvas. It will have the artist’s own interpretation of the dance musical. Ravi works under a pseudonym in the underground ...
 DNA3 weeks ago
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Review: Dear Maya: For the love of Manisha Koirala

Watching the mild-mannered actress return to screen after a personally difficult time resonates with the headway she makes as Maya.As she savours the simple gifts of life in a sequence as sublime as her doe-eyed innocence and benign grace, it's easy to see why the girls couldn't bear to see her so miserable in the first place, says Sukanya Verma Charlotte Bronte said something really heart-breaking once: 'The trouble is not that I am single and likely to stay single, but that I am lonely and ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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What the fiddich! Why are books so fat?

Just as scotch bottles have become bigger, novels have also become fatter. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com. A few days ago, a friend said he doesn’t read fiction. This reminded me of an incident 40 years ago when, largely in order to prevent an earnest friend from forcing Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir, Virginia Woolf, etc on me, I told her I never read story books and that my tastes in fiction ran very much lower. Eventually, she turned her attention to someone else and I was ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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