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RK Laxman was a tough man with a soft heart - Asian Age
2015-01-28T11:17:28Z
In the mid-eighties, I was assigned to shoot Mr R.K. Laxman. I called him at his office and asked for his appointment. He said, “come tomorrow morning at 8.30.” Since I was staying in the suburbs, I said I can make it by about 9 am. He replied, “In ...

Red is the new Black - dc.asianage.com
2015-01-28T11:10:18Z
Merc are launching a whopping 15 new models in India this year. And this CLA is part of the first wave While you were brushing your teeth and doing your taxes in 2014, Mercedes had their biggest ever year in India and sold a whopping 10,201 cars.

Kiran Bedi mentions Barack Obama at rally, draws criticism - dc.asianage.com
2015-01-28T11:10:18Z
BJP chief ministerial candidate Kiran Bedi’s attempt to link US President Barack Obama’s visit to the Assembly polls during her election campaign on Tuesday drew sharp criticism from the Congress and the Aam Aadmi Party, while the Bharatiya Janata ...

When I’m a novelist, I have the sense of entertaining: Robinson - dc.asianage.com
2015-01-28T11:03:09Z
Critically-acclaimed author Marilynne Robinson has written only four novels since 1980, but is widely considered among the country’s best fiction writers. In her latest, Lila, Robinson returns to the fictional town of Gilead, Iowa, the setting for her ...



Narayana Murthy’s £200,000 for Gandhi statue - dc.asianage.com
2015-01-28T11:03:09Z
Infosys co-founder Narayana Murthy and his family have donated £200,000 towards the statue of Mahatma Gandhi planned for Parliament Square here, helping in meeting the budget target of £750,000 for the project. “Mahatma Gandhi was someone who ...

Tradition meets Twitter in Saudi pledge - Asian Age
2015-01-28T11:10:18Z
Decades ago, Saudis trekked across their desert kingdom to pledge allegiance to their new kings at their palaces. Now they are just using Twitter. Thousands of Saudis have poured into the palace of King Salman who acceded the throne after the death of his ...

Mrs Doubtfire musical in works - dc.asianage.com
2015-01-28T11:10:18Z
One of Robin Williams’ most beloved characters Mrs Doubtfire may be seeing life once again as a musical based on the hit movie of the same name is in the making. While promoting his work on ABC’s Galavant, composer Alan Menken revealed that he is ...

Nick Kyrgios proud of slam effort - dc.asianage.com
2015-01-28T11:03:09Z
Australian teenager Nick Kyrgios said on Tuesday he was proud of what he achieved at his home Grand Slam and would learn from the experience after being knocked out by Andy Murray. The composure of three-time tournament runner-up Murray mastered the flashy ...



In NY, a refreshing take on Into The Woods - dc.asianage.com
2015-01-28T11:03:09Z
Why go “Into the Woods” through the musical play when the big, splashy Disney movie is everywhere? Because a streamlined, refreshingly irreverent version of the 1987 theatrical classic by Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine is being performed live in New ...

Kicking the butt - dc.asianage.com
2015-01-28T11:03:09Z
Experts say that giving up smoking is tougher that kicking a heroin habit. But for those who really want to kick the butt, or for those who have finally managed to get rid of the habit, here’s some good news. Almost from the minute you have your last ...

Steve Smith is top Aussie cricketer - dc.asianage.com
2015-01-28T11:10:18Z
Steve Smith on Tuesday capped a remarkable season by sweeping the main awards at the annual Allan Border Medal ceremony, including Australian player of the year. The prolific batsman, who was promoted to national captain in the absence of the injured ...

Vaishnavi Sinha eyes an encore - dc.asianage.com
2015-01-28T11:03:09Z
Having started the season with a victory last week, Vaishavi Sinha will be eager to continue with her good run at the `5 lakh third leg of the Women’s Professional Golf Tour at the Royal Calcutta Golf Club from Wednesday. In her last outing in Ahmedabad ...

Ranchi Rays eye first win on home turf - dc.asianage.com
2015-01-28T11:03:09Z
On a high after their impressive show against defending champions Delhi Waveriders in their last game, Ranchi Rays will aim for full points when they host Dabang Mumbai in a Hockey India League match on Wednesday. The teams had earlier met once, when Barry ...

Ashley Wagner blasts critics after win - archivev.asianage.com
2015-01-28T11:03:09Z
Tired of doubters telling her she is past her prime, newly-crowned US champ Ashley Wagner delivered a stern message to her critics Saturday — telling them to “shut their mouths.” “It shows every single person that doubts me, that thinks I am too ...

Tottenham seek Cup comfort - archivev.asianage.com
2015-01-28T11:03:09Z
Tottenham Hotspur’s reputation as a club that thrives in knockout competition was dented by an FA Cup exit at the hands of Leicester at the weekend but Mauricio Pochettino’s men remain close to reaching the League Cup final, nonetheless. Only third ...

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