Day In a Page
Monday, 20 September 2010
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- Bent Larsen: Chess player who with Bobby Fischer was one of only two players the Soviets feared in the 1960s and '70s
- Bill Porter: Recording engineer who helped shape the Nashville Sound
- Murray Sayle: Journalist and adventurer celebrated for his investigation into the 1945 atom-bombings
- Bobby Smith: Fearless England centre-forward who led the line in the Tottenham side that won the League and Cup double
- Lives Remembered: Ranald Graham
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- The Independent Live! Join the debate
- Steve Connor: Worrying sign that Thatcher's 'brain drain' has returned
- Feargal Sharkey: The act killing live music
- William Dunbar: They forced me out for telling the truth about Georgia
- Professor Jeffrey Sachs: It's not a question of capacity, it's a matter of priorities
- Catherine Pepinster: Could the Pontiff's values have a lasting impact on society?
- John Rentoul: Rally for Sanity
- John Rentoul: Micro-Armageddon
- John Rentoul: Did child poverty go up under Labour?
- Stephen Gilbert: It's time for an equal, gender-neutral, marriage law
- Amol Rajan: Can a fever cure cancer?
- Amol Rajan: Can online games be as addictive as heroin?
- Bob Russell: We are now a force to be reckoned with
- John Rentoul: The Voters Are Wrong
- Ben Chu: Nick Clegg: Another Apology
- Ben Chu: 1895 and all that
- John Rentoul: Special Relationship with Reality II
- John Rentoul: Vote Ralph
- Larry Ryan: Watch Johann Hari's speech to the Protest the Pope rally on Saturday
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- Strauss 'outraged' at Butt allegations
- Trott and Riaz come to blows in nets as troubled tour hits new low
- Razzaq puts on-field scrap beyond England’s reach
- James Lawton: Why will this series carry on to the bitter end? Because money makes cricket's world go round
- Tour hits fresh low after Butt accuses English over Oval match
- Strauss still open to legal action against Butt
- Asif ex-girlfriend receives death threats
- Sidebottom retires from internationals after 'living the dream with England'
- A day of fisticuffs and finger-pointing at Lord's
- Pakistan beat England by 38 runs to level series
- Trott and Riaz in pre-match altercation
- Mike Ward: Shabby behaviour at the Oval - as I ponder pinching Bumble’s pork steak
- England v Pakistan Live!
- Sidebottom quits international cricket
- Lord's clash to go ahead
- Trescothick takes pride despite Somerset's unwanted hat-trick
- What do these new allegations mean - and why hasn't the series been called off?
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- Health in the future: Stay connected to your baby with wired pajamas
- Six simple tips to help you select healthier foods
- Fats are healthiest whole
- Excess manganese stunts child intellect
- Good-for-you breads rise in 2010
- Being too fat or thin messes with your well-being
- World connects for TEDxChange as MDGs turn 10
- Faux-bronzed tweens may spark healthy trend
- Cancer: New gene clues point to women's 'silent killers'
- Prototype vaginal gel fails to block HIV: study
- See: how to best care for your breasts to keep them cancer-free
- China authorities baffled by tick-borne disease
- This week's most popular Diggs: the difference between iPhone and Android, world's scariest job
- Twitter under attack by 'mouseover bug'
- Facebook says Asia is fastest-growing market
- Canadian space agency beams northern lights over Web
- Current Twitter trends: Chuck Bass, 'Prinsjesdag,' the death of Kenny McKinley
- Camera makers delight with a string of new products at world's largest photography fair
- A new look for location-based check-ins
- Google says over 30 million people using Google Apps
- Facebook puts brakes on fast-spreading "clickjacking" ruse
- Plight of China's 'nail houses' reflected in online game
- How your mobile device will make Google apps more secure
- 'Hacktivity 2010' tackles computer security in Hungary
- Weekly international iPhone apps: Virtual Tennis, Dragon Dictation, Mr Runner and Talking Tom Cat
- 'Anonymous' and online, the new way to protest against all that's unjust?
- Samsung takes aim at Apple's iPad, iTunes
- Review round-up: 'Halo: Reach'
- Microsoft, Yahoo! jostle for US search share
- Current Google Insights trends: Ines Sainz, Miss Italia, Lady Gaga
- Facebook working on low-cost social networking mobile phone: rumor
- Current Twitter trends: Justin Bieber, 'Boardwalk Empire,' Mondays
- Apple to launch iPhone 4 in China on Saturday
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- Karkwa scoops up Canada's coveted Polaris Prize
- Most blogged artists: Warpaint, Sharon Van Etten, Deerhunter
- Phoenix invites fans to reinvent 'Wolfgang' LP
- New music videos of the week: Neil Young, Sheryl Crow, Lil Wayne
- Jay-Z and Coldplay to headline New Year's Eve show in Las Vegas
- South by Southwest offers 40% discount through September 24
- Most blogged artists: Warpaint, Blackbird Blackbird, John Vanderslice
- Weekly US music releases: Maroon 5, Santana duets and John Legend
- Lady Gaga, Katy Perry lead MTV Europe Music Awards nominations
- International top tracks on Last.fm: The xx climbs after Mercury win
- 'Rocky Horror Picture Show' turns 35
- Facebook fervor feeds "The Social Network" fascination
- Film industry turns its attention towards Pusan
- Affleck heist film tops US box office
- Fanning cast in Abrams' and Spielberg's 'Super 8'
- Tokyo film festival names competition lineup
- International box office: 'Resident Evil: Afterlife' in the top spot
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Daniele Watts: Django Unchained actress detained by Los Angeles police after being mistaken for a prostitute
Scottish independence referendum: A nation divided against itself
The political class is doing what Hitler couldn’t – destroying Britain
Scottish independence: Nationalist leader Jim Sillars threatens pro-union companies with 'day of reckoning' after independence
Portuguese academic says British are 'filthy, violent and drunk'
Russia freezes Ukraine into submission: Kiev admits country doesn't have enough fuel for winter
- 1 Thailand beach murders: Thai PM suggests 'attractive' female tourists cannot expect to be safe in bikinis
- 2 Scottish independence: Learn from Quebec's mistakes and beware of promises. Vote Yes.
- 3 A bottle of wine a day is not bad for you and abstaining is worse than drinking, scientist claims
- 5 Hitler’s food taster reveals the horrors of the Wolf’s Lair