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Bunny was real in the infamous 'Fatal Attraction' scene

A real rabbit was involved in the famous bunny boiling scene from the 1987 movie "Fatal Attraction". Glenn Close's character boils a bunny owned by the family of the man (Michael Douglas) she becomes obsessed with after an affair in the movie. In order to ... Business Standard, 2 months ago

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Chinese soft power shows softness

[China], June 20 (ANI): "Soft power" is defined as the ability to attract and co-opt rather than to use coercion, force or give money as a means of persuasion. In other words, soft power is a nation's ability to shape others via appeal and attraction, which ...
 Sify5 days ago
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Islamic State behind Paris attack which kills 1 cop, injures 2 others

A gunman opened fire killing a police officer and injuring two others before being fatally shot himself in Paris, in an incident that raised the spectre of renewed terrorism just three days before voters go to the polls to elect a new president. IMAGE: Masked police stand on top of their vehicle on the Champs Elysees Avenue after a policeman was killed and two others were wounded in a shooting incident. Photograph: Christian Hartmann/Reuters The Islamic State has issued a statement, ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Police shoot, injure attacker outside Paris's Notre-Dame cathedral  Mathrubhumi2 weeks ago

UK election: hung parliament casts doubt over Theresa May’s future

As the results continue to come in, it appears Theresa May’s snap election gamble has backfired. A hung parliament looks on the cards. Theresa May’s leadership is in grave doubt. The shape of the next government remains unclear. Experts react to ...
 catchnews.com1 week ago

Weak Earnings Could Derail Indian Markets

Posted by Equitymaster After a surprisingly good run in emerging markets that sent equities to a fifth monthly gain, Indian bulls seems to be easing up. As per an article in The Business Standard , India was best-performing among emerging markets (EMs) in the ...
 Equitymaster.com1 week ago
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Selling sex: Wonder Woman and the ancient fantasy of hot lady warriors

Christian-Georges Schwentzel , Université de Lorraine When the film Wonder Woman is released in early June, it will surely join the blockbuster ranks of other recent comic book-inspired film franchises, including Batman, Superman, Spiderman, and X-Men. But ...
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Surfing Great Claims Women's Periods Cause Shark Attacks

Turns out being one of the most admired surfers in the world doesn’t make you immune from promoting bad science. TMZ subjected Laird Hamilton to one of its impromptu TV interviews in Malibu on Wednesday, and it didn’t go well for the surfing ...
 Huffington Post1 month ago
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Army Lt Parray's killing shows the situation in Kashmir is getting grimmer

Neighbours in Sadsun-Yaripora knew Ummer Fayaz Parray, 23, was a doctor in the Indian Army. The family hadn't told them that he was a Lieutenant, lest its connotation as a combatant endanger his life. But in the end, the camouflage hardly served the purpose.
 catchnews.com1 month ago

Anees Salim: The Solitary Reaper

‘FOR WHATEVER WE lose (like a you or a me) / it’s always ourselves we find in the sea.’ Much like the four children in EE Cummings’s enigmatic little poem, maggie and milly and molly and may , the adolescent narrator of Anees Salim’s new novel The ...
 Open Magazine1 month ago

Cacti shine brighter than ever

A cactus in bloom is pure poetry — particularly that famous line by Walt Whitman: "Do I contradict myself? Very well, then I contradict myself." In the desert at Anza Borrego, California, USA, the thick, spine-studded paddles of a beavertail cactus look ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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