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Kasaragod: Annual Feast of Our Lady of Dolours Shrine Bela Attracts Thousands of Devotees

Kasaragod: Annual Feast of Our Lady of Dolours Shrine Bela Att...

by Dn Praveen Joy Saldanha and Roshan Bela Kasaragod: The annual feast of Our Lady of Dolours Shrine Bela was celebrated with devotion and grandeur on 10th, 11th and 12th February. Thousands of devotees participated in the liturgical celebrations ... Mangalorean, 1 month ago

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Shane Tutmarc from Dolour releases new single for single-a-month release plan

Discovering new music by talented artist outside of mainstream outlets can be difficult. Shane Tutmarc, a songwriter/producer, has moved to Nashville where he began his solo career. On March 31, he will be releasing his third single
 Examiner.com1 week ago Nashville's Shane Tutmarc releases new single 'When You Found Me'  Examiner.com2 weeks ago
Irish Independent

'New Yorker' claims Adams behind bombs

A prominent US magazine has claimed Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams was central to the planning of the infamous 1973 IRA London bomb attack that left one person dead and maimed more than 200 others. The New Yorker magazine, which is read by more than ...
 Irish Independent1 week ago 'The New Yorker' magazine says Gerry Adams ordered London bombings  Irish Independent2 weeks ago 'The New Yorker' magazine: "Adams ordered London bombings"  Politics.ie1 week ago
Capital Bay

New Yorker magazine makes devastating claims about Gerry Adams

The IRA co-ordinated first attack on the British mainland On March 8, 1973 Six men, two women convicted of exploding two IRA car bombs in London New Yorker claims Gerry Adams was present during planning of bombings Current Sinn Fein leader ...
 Capital Bay2 weeks ago

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Sri Vishnu Sahasranama Parayana Sabha: Sahasranama parayanam, Vinayagar Temple, Melur Road, Srirangam, 6 p.m. Sri Rama Nama Sath Sangam: Sri Rama Nama parayanam, 75, Vinayagar Street, Amman Nagar, 6 p.m. GENERAL All Women's Associations of ...
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Irish Times

Loyalist loses latest legal bid in Boston Tapes case

A FORMER loyalist prisoner yesterday lost his latest legal bid to stop police accessing interviews he gave to an American university project - but the tapes are still to remain under lock and key. Judges at the Court of Appeal rejected Winston ...
 The Irish News4 weeks ago Loyalist loses PSNI tapes challenge  The Irish News1 month ago Loyalist loses Boston tapes challenge  UTV1 month ago Former loyalist prisoner loses Boston tapes legal challenge  Irish Times1 month ago

Loyalist to take tapes battle to Supreme Court

Judges at the Court of Appeal rejected Winston "Winkie" Rea's claims that the material should not be handed over to detectives investigating murder and other paramilitary crimes because it would breach his right to privacy. However, they also ...
 UTV4 weeks ago Boston tapes will not be held in US Consulate in Belfast  Irish Times1 month ago Courts to hold Rea's Boston College tapes  UTV1 month ago PSNI 'must not view tapes' obtained in Boston  UTV1 month ago

PSNI detectives fly back with Boston College tapes

PSNI detectives are due back in Northern Ireland this weekend with sealed copies of interviews given by a Belfast loyalist Winston Rea to a Boston College oral history project. Three Appeal Court judges are due to rule next week if the PSNI will ...
 RTE Online1 month ago Rea tapes to be stored at courts  BBC1 month ago Police bring Winston Rea tapes to NI  BBC1 month ago Order halts Boston College tapes collection  RTE Online1 month ago
Irish Times

Police can fly with Boston Tapes, but can not examine the contents

Police are to be allowed to fly back from the US with the interviews a former loyalist prisoner gave to a university project but they must not examine the contents. The Court of Appeal lifted an injunction so that two PSNI detectives in Boston can ...
 Irish Times1 month ago Loyalist Rea 'being investigated'  BBC1 month ago Police reject 'fishing' claim over tapes  UTV1 month ago

Soho Teen to Release RAZORHURST by Justine Larbalestier

Sydney's deadly Razorhurst neighborhood, 1932. Gloriana Nelson and Mr. Davidson, two ruthless mob bosses, have reached a fragile peace-one maintained by "razor men." Kelpie, orphaned and homeless, is blessed (and cursed) with the ability to see ...
 Broadway World1 month ago
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