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A tale of two Sydneys

Governments need to make it much easier to build new homes in inner and middle suburbs. Photo: Louie Douvis Charles Dickens wrote his novel, A Tale of Two Cities, about London and Paris. A writer with similar ambitions today could easily stay in one ... WA Today, 9 hours ago

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Aditya Roy, Katrina Kaif's Fitoor an adaptation of Great Expectations based in Kashmir

Fitoor, an adaptation of Great Expectations, a novel by Charles Dickens,is the first film to be shot in Valley following catastrophic September floods It was snowing in Valley and the director Abhishek Kapoor had decided tocancel the shoot on ...
 Tehelka1 week ago 'Fitoor' first film to be shot in Kashmir after floods  Prokerala1 month ago Katrina Kaif Shoots For Fitoor in Kashmir  NDTV4 weeks ago Katrina Kaif, Aditya Roy Kapur's Fitoor first film to be shot in Kashmir after floods  MSN News4 weeks ago

Why debt is a double-edged sword

By Jeff Sommer Debt is a double-edged sword. Charles Dickens' character Wilkins Micawber warned eloquently of debt's downside: "Annual income twenty pounds, annual expenditure nineteen six, result happiness. Annual income twenty pounds, annual ...
 Economic Times1 week ago
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The global perspective leaves room for optimism in the face of adversity

By: HM Editorial Staff Hotel and Motel Management It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. Charles Dickens iconic opening to A Tale of Two Cities may aptly describe the global economy today. Yet, the title would be more ...
 Hospitality World Network5 days ago Black women's progress collides with media stereotypes  USA Today2 weeks ago Hoping to Lift Doping Gloom  New Indian Express4 weeks ago

Dickens card in city exhibition

A calling card used by novelist Charles Dickens is among more than 100 objects in a new exhibition that aims to highlight Portsmouth's past. Some items on display as part of the free Portsmouth City Museum exhibition have never been seen in public ...
 BBC2 weeks ago

The tell-tale signs of telesales

That line, popularised by Charles Dickens's Oliver Twist, sprang to mind a few years back when I discovered that, while the Consumer Protection Act compels companies to provide customers with a copy of a written contract and all its terms and ...
 Times Live South Africa2 weeks ago tale signs of telesales  NewsHub South Africa2 weeks ago
Greenpeace USA

Chains for change

I wear the chain I forged in life My literary friends might recognize this phrase from the great Charles Dickens. Jacob Marley says it when Ebenezer Scrooge sees him in a vision and asks why he's laden down with miles of heavy chain, causing him ...
 Greenpeace USA3 weeks ago

'Fitoor' first movie to be shot in Kashmir after floods

SRINAGAR: Kashmir-born Bollywood director Rahul Bhat has begun shooting 'Fitoor', based on Charles Dickens' novel 'Great Expectations', in Srinagar. The Katrina Kaif-starrer is the first movie to be shot in Kashmir since apocalyptical floods ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago Katrina Kaif-starrer 'Fitoor' first movie to be shot in Kashmir after floods  Economic Times3 weeks ago `Fitoor' first movie to be shot in Kashmir after floods  Economic Times3 weeks ago 'Return of Pandits a psychological issue'  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago

To start business in Sri Lanka

Royal Suite ground floor Oscar Wilde, Charles Dickens, Lord Byron and Frank Sinatra's favourite barber shop now wants to groom Sri Lankan men. The world's oldest barber shop (as certified by the Guinness Book of World Records), the over ...
 Sri Lanka Daily News1 month ago

Public called in to decide the most plausable climax of Charles Dickens' unfinished novel

Dickens was working on the manuscript of The Mystery of Edwin Drood when he died of a stroke in 1870. A group of academics hope to solve the 150-year-old mystery of what actually happened to Edwin Drood by allowing readers to vote online for their preferred ...
 Times of India1 month ago
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