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In focus: On the road to a musical legacy
Mumbai Mirror

In focus: On the road to a musical legacy

After Funtoosh, the ninth highest grosser of 1956, Dev Anand started work on Khaali Botal, based on AJ Cronin's 1953 novel, Beyond This Place, about a son's quest to prove the innocence of his father convicted for a murder. The actor was on his way ... Mumbai Mirror, 1 week ago
Infocus: On the road to a musical legacy Pune Mirror, 1 week ago
IN FOCUS - On the road to a musical legacy Times of India, 1 week ago

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Dubbed Bollywood songs flavour of poll season

The next time you hear a popular Bollywood song in the distance and the lyrics sound unfamiliar, know that there could be a poll campaign vehicle lurking nearby. Several candidates this election season are dubbing Bollywood music to reach out to voters. Many ...
 Deccan Herald2 days ago

Middling in the Air

Composers: Rochak Kohli, Mangesh Dhakde, Vishal Bharadwaj, Ayushmann Khurrana Lyrics: Vibhu Puri, Rochak Kohli, Mirza Ghalib First things first. The best part about Hawaizaada's songs are its lyrics — a lovely balance of whimsy and ...
 Indian Express1 week ago

More on race and politics and the Ryan Pinder affair

The PLP went to extraordinary lengths to have former Financial Services Minister Ryan Pinder as the party's candidate in the 2010 Elizabeth by-election, bypassing other potential nominees, including the grandson of Sir Milo Butler, in order to fetch ...
 Nassau Guardian1 week ago Ryan Pinder's brazen conflict of interest and questions of race and politics  Nassau Guardian2 weeks ago
Daily Caller

37 Years From The DC Hanafi Hostage Situation To The Charlie Hebdo Massacre — What Have We Learned?

4435090 Last week's terrorist attacks in Paris brought back the disturbing memory of an attack in D.C.,by a sect of Black Muslims on several institutions, including Bnai Brith's headquarters and D.C.'s City Hall. The disturbance was prompted in ...
 Daily Caller2 weeks ago

In One's Own Company

Web Exclusive Web Exclusive Conversations with lonely people Always, everywhere, there is some voice crying from a tower ― Graham Greene In a green room, my grandfather's room in Arah, Bihar, where he spent his last days drinking ...
 Open2 weeks ago

Bahamas must be more competitive, says minister

By K. Quincy Parker Nassau Guardian Business Editor NASSAU, Bahamas -- As the region considers competitiveness in light of new reports and new possibilities -- and with the minister of tourism sounding similar themes -- Minister of State for ...
 Caribbean News Now!3 weeks ago Bahamas may not be ready for Cuban competition, says minister  Caribbean News Now!1 month ago Bahamas minister calls for economic links with Cuba  Caribbean News Now!1 month ago Destacan en Las Bahamas cooperación entre Cuba y CARICOM  Cubaminrex1 month ago

The India-Pakistan divide does not carry over to music

The youngest son of one of the greatest vocalists of the twentieth century, Shafqat Salamat Ali Khan is the foremost singer of his generation in Pakistan today. Shafqat made his debut public performance at the age of seven in 1979 and has performed ...
 The Friday Times1 month ago
Hollywood Reporter

'The Interview' Isn't The First Film Pulled Because of Terror Threats

Though the cancelled release of Sony's The Interview, originally planned for Christmas Day, currently has the industry in an uproar, it's not the first time terrorist threats have kept a film from theaters. In 1977, a group of twelve radical ...
 Hollywood Reporter1 month ago

A Different Drummer: Inside Kareem's mind

In honor of Sports Illustrated's 60th anniversary, is republishing 60 of the best stories to appear in the magazine. Today's selection is "A Different Drummer," by John Papanek, which was originally published in the March 31, 1980 issue. ...
 SI.com1 month ago
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