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What cambodia wants to hide

MP Joseph in his book My Driver Tulong, (Partridge India, 2017) describes the contemporary situation of Cambodians, in the 21st century, who were simultaneously victims and perpetuators of one of the most forceful genocides in history, where the Khmer killed ... The Financial Chronicle, 6 days ago

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Disequilibrium: Need for a messianic saviour

Take a weapon of murder and wanton violence and call it deterrence that is the undiluted view from the Valley. People always look for a messianic saviour and while it may not conform with Darwinian evolution, great leaders, particularly those who head ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 week ago

Last day, Last show

Sudeshna Bannerjee While ot­her th­eatres screened a mere mo­vie, Regal made you experience life in its many-splendoured hues. For generations of Delhites, a visit to the Regal theatre in Connaught Place, the national capital’s commercial centerpiece ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 week ago
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This Burger King Ad Is Trying To Control Your Google Home Device

If you were watching TV on Wednesday and own a Google-powered digital assistant, you may have heard a voice that left you feeling hungry ― or unnerved. Burger King has released an ad for its Whopper sandwich that’s designed to trigger viewers’ ...
 Huffington Post1 week ago
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Review: A Death in the Gunj: Minor achievement, minor disappointment

Despite its many problems, A Death in the Gunj is an important work, says Sreehari Nair. It is a fact well established that a man at his angriest reveals expressions of his mother. Betray a man's trust, slide ahead of him at the supermarket checkout counter, or question his competency during a meeting, and you will see in his face an anger that burns with a certain maternal quality. Shutu, the protagonist of A Death in the Gunj, has a mother we never see. But in Shutu's silent retaliations, ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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20 orgasms in a row? Yes, it's possible!

As many as seven in ten women reported being able to climax 20 times in a single session, a new study has revealed. Multiple orgasms are quite common among females while making out with their partners, but a study has revealed that around seven in ten women may achieve as many as 20 orgasms during sex.According to researchers, two percent women, reported being able to climax 20 times in a single session while eight percent claimed to have more than ten during sex, reports the Mirror.Celebrity ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Heads up ladies! You might enjoy over 20 orgasms in a row  Rediff.com2 weeks ago Heads up ladies! You might enjoy over 20 orgasms in a row  Business Standard2 weeks ago

Shabana Azmi –Vidya Balan’s mutual admiration society

Vidya Balan openly acknowledges her admiration for and loyalty to Shabana Azmi. And now is her turn to repay her debts of influence. In her new film Begum Jaan Vidya has modelled her character of the brothel Madame on Shabana Azmi in Shyam Benegal’s Mandi .
 Bollywood Hungama2 weeks ago

United in Grief: Pant shows steely resolve like Sachin, Virat

It happened in Bristol 18 years ago during a one day game.One saw how an emotional Sachin Tendulkar looked heavenwards after his hundred in a World Cup match against Kenya. That iconic moment was just days after he had lost his father Ramesh and his mother ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago
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Goodbye Regal Theatre. Thank you for the memories

'I know all good things have to end someday. But memories, especially film memories are special,' says Aseem Chhabra. In 1971, director Samir Ganguly's Sharmeelee opened in theatres across India. Raakhee played a double role of twin sisters. Only a few films old at the time, Raakhee was on the verge of becoming a star. But the film had a bigger star -- Shashi Kapoor -- and I was a fan of his. I wanted to see Sharmeelee for its songs and romance, but I knew my mother would not let me see a film ...
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Subhash K Jha speaks about Phillauri

Sad, but true. Some films work better on paper than on film. I can just imagine how excited Anushka Sharma must have been to play a ghost in a film about a restless spirit trying to find a culmination to her incomplete love story from 98 years ago. It’s a ...
 Bollywood Hungama1 month ago
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