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Sunday 08 June 2008
Sunday 25 May 2008
It's interesting that Shakespears Sister's Marcella Detroit guests on this British/Indian six-piece's new album, because Trickbaby share some of her former band's predilection for darkly sparkling pop.
Thursday 21 February 2008
As if to confirm the profound suspicion that the Indian Premier League is only showbiz it took a Bollywood film star to maintain decorum yesterday at the bizarre bazaar of the players’ auction.
Friday 25 January 2008
As if to demonstrate the global shift in cricketing power to India, various companies and consortia paid more than $718m (£364m) yesterday to buy the eight franchises of the Indian cricket board's Twenty20 Indian Premier league, which begins in April.
Friday 18 January 2008
A lively glimpse into the making of a Bollywood gangster film, Shootout at Lokhandwala, Liz Mermin's documentary also delves into the lurid background of the 1991 Bombay terrorist outrage that inspired it. Three figures dominate proceedings, among them is Sanjay Dutt, an Indian screen star facing prison for weapons possession; A A Khan, the Mumbai police officer whose Dirty Harry-style law enforcement has made him a people's hero; and Apoorva Lakhia, the movie's young director.
Saturday 16 December 2006
With Rangers so far behind Celtic in the Scottish Premier League, it was not going to be long before the phrase "playing for pride" was invoked. Yesterday the Rangers manager, Paul Le Guen, did just that in the run-up to tomorrow's Old Firm derby.
Saturday 28 October 2006
Shire beat the City's third quarter revenue forecasts yesterday amid surging sales of its core hyperactivity drug, Adderall. However, the company remained tight-lipped on talk of a deal to buy US partner New River.
Friday 13 October 2006
Tuesday 25 January 2005
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Tuesday 15 June 2004
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Friday 28 February 2003
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