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Time travel PROOF? King Henry VIII ‘pictured’ with steak b...

HENRY VIII could have travelled forward in time and visited the British bakery chain Greggs and snatched a couple of Steak Bakes which he then wore while having his portrait taken during the 16th century, a Twitter user has hinted. Express UK, 2 months ago

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The role King Henry II played in Budget 2018

When Henry II took over the throne in 1154, he allowed many laws passed by King Stephen to lapse and reinstated many laws that his grandfather King Henry I had passed. Thus, the term 'grandfathering' evolved By Kayezad E. Adajania | Feb 17, 2018 When finance ...
 Value Research Online2 months ago Timothee Chalamet gets on board for 'The King'  Prokerala2 months ago
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Henry Cavill bid adieu to 'King Stache' with a heartfelt tribute video

A lot was said and written about Henry Cavill's moustache for the upcoming Mission: Impossible - Fall Out . That famous 'stache is no more. Man of Steel star himself was the bearer of the bad news. Taking to his Instagram account, Cavill shared a tribute ...
 DNA1 month ago
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Star of the Game: Christopher Henry Gayle!

IMAGE: Chris Gayle cradles his bat after hitting a century against the Sunrisers Hyderabad. Photograph: BCCI Remember how Christopher Henry Gayle -- the Titan of T20 cricket -- almost went unsold at the IPL Players Auction in January? Spurned by the Royal Challengers Bangalore -- whose jersey he wore for several IPL seasons -- franchise after franchise refused to raise the paddle when C H Gayle's name was called out. Then that unlikely combination of co-owner Preity Zinta, team mentor Virendra ...
 Rediff.com6 days ago

Joel Edgerton to star in Netflix drama 'The King'

Actor Joel Edgerton has joined the cast of Netflix's "The King".The "Red Sparrow" star was already on board the project as he co-penned the script with David Michod, who is also directing the film, reported Variety.This is third collaboration between Edgerton ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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Why I am a Hindu book review: Shashi Tharoor takes on political Hindutva with his personal Hinduism

Hinduism has been debated over and defined innumerable times by an array of theologians, sages, kings and philosophers. Going by the records of interpretations of Hinduism, it would be difficult to point out one particular way or ritual that could be defined ...
 catchnews.com2 weeks ago
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Oh, how Indians love protocol!

'Perhaps it isn't protocol at all, but power before which we abase ourselves,' says Sunanda K Datta-Ray. IMAGE: The deft footwork behind the Mayawati-Akhilesh meeting confirmed that protocol is as powerful in India's politics as it was in the film, Anna and the King of Siam, says Sunanda K Datta-Ray. The deft footwork behind the March 14 meeting between Mayawati and Akhilesh Yadav confirmed that protocol is as powerful in India's democratic politics as it was in the film Anna and the King of ...
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Dominance of military turns Pakistan into a failing state, says experts

[UK], Mar 23 (ANI): The Democracy Forum (TDF), a prominent London-based think tank, hosted a seminar titled 'Economic & Political Power of the Military: Its Impact on Democracy', at the St James' Court Hotel, London on Monday. The seminar, chaired by senior ...
 Sify1 month ago

How the Supreme Court became 'lions under the throne'

The Supreme Court of India became 'lions under the throne' when Jawaharlal Nehru brought in the Fourth Amendment in 1955, says T C A Srinivasa Raghavan.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Judges have been making news for centuries, for good, bad, right and wrong reasons. They wield enormous power because they decide what is ok and what is not in what governments do. In that sense they are the real bosses of any country. The first book I read about a judge was in the late 1960s. It was ...
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World leaders, grateful Singaporeans bid adieu to Lee Kuan Yew

  Former U.S. president Bill Clinton (left to right), Australia's Prime Minister Tony Abbott and Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrive for the funeral service of former leader Lee Kuan Yew at the University Cultural Centre at the National University of Singapore. Photograph: Edgar Su/Reuters Tens of thousands of people on Sunday braved heavy rains to bid a teary adieu to Singapore's founding leader Lee Kuan Yew in a grand funeral attended by many world leaders, including Prime Minister ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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