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2015/04/20 13:39
2015/04/20 13:39
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About 10 years ago, Aaron Levie dropped out of college to start a Silicon Valley company called Box. Before long, he was one of those young technology wizards of whom great things were...
2015/04/20 13:39
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2015/04/20 10:13
2015/04/20 10:13
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... we call them. There are no border controls for these immigrants, no one-out-one-in policy, no visas and — forget the bogus language schools — any UK citizen is entitled to invite as many to...
2015/04/19 23:36
2015/04/19 23:36
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With the election just over a fortnight away, it’s time for Obiter to open a book on the next justice secretary. We’re offering the ambitious and ubiquitous Sadiq Khan at 3/1; the fondly remembered...
2015/04/19 03:50
2015/04/19 03:50
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Victory's Mark Milligan celebrates after scoring a goal against Brisbane Roar at Suncorp Stadium. Photo: Getty Images Only the most neurotic of pedants would now deny that Melbourne Victory has...
2015/04/18 23:37
2015/04/18 23:37
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Twenty-one years ago the American writer Tom Drury published his debut novel, The End of Vandalism. Set in a fictionalised version of rural Iowa, where Drury himself grew up, this conversational epic...
2015/04/17 11:25
2015/04/17 11:25
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In September 2000, a couple of months after I had moved to Sydney, I travelled to Melbourne, ostensibly for travelling to an academic conference, but I had other motivations for making that trip: I...
2015/04/16 13:49
2015/04/16 13:49
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Glassland review: a suitably muddy enigmaThoughtful study of a family struggling with alcoholism is harrowing but ultimately uplifting This is only Gerard Barrett’s second feature, but we already get...
2015/04/16 07:52
2015/04/16 07:52
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David Patrick Stearns, Inquirer Classical Music Critic Posted: Thursday, April 16, 2015, 3:01 AM "There's a study to be done," he says, "on conductors and hair." On other fronts, Denève admits to...
2015/04/16 07:05
2015/04/16 07:05
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Floyd Mayweather says he has “no regrets” about keeping millions of boxing fans waiting several years to see him share a ring with Manny Pacquiao – even though both champions are entering the autumn...
2015/04/13 20:59
2015/04/13 20:59
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Mother and son. The son wears shorts, looks fourteen, pudgy and cheerful. He is mock-boxing with his mother, swinging his fist in an upper hook towards her jaw. His mother looks on unconcerned at her...
2015/04/13 09:51
2015/04/13 09:51
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Four Reasons Republicans Seem Reticent in Menendez Case (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call File Photo) It’s the first federal bribery indictment of a sitting senator in almost a quarter century, and the...
2015/04/11 18:22
2015/04/11 18:22
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Lauren Winner fans might be excused for hoping a new book by the professor of Christian spirituality at Duke Divinity School might shed light on the latest chapter in the life of this brainy,...
2015/04/10 21:43
2015/04/10 21:43
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Embroiled in controversies over presstitutes, dahi misal and vada pav, Indians have missed the fascinating debate that has been raging in Pakistan Parliament over the war in Yemen. Fascinating,...
2015/04/09 14:30
2015/04/09 14:30
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Since Tuesday the March 31, 2015 when it became obvious that the presidential election in my home country had been decided, I have been relishing the sense of joy and relief that came upon me soon...
2015/04/09 11:59
2015/04/09 11:59
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It is a film that keeps the past alive in your eyes, in your heart. How the wheel of time moves. Time was in the mid-‘70s when Sapna cinema in South Delhi played director Hiren Nag’s Geet Gaata Chal...
2015/04/07 10:45
2015/04/07 10:45
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Rand Paul looks at his father, Ron Paul, during a campaign stop on January 2, 2012 in Des Moines, Iowa.Photo: Justin Sullivan/2012 Getty Images Rand Paul's name usually doesn't come up when people...
2015/04/03 12:45
2015/04/03 12:45
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Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., is reflected in a TV monitor during a news conference at the Capitol in Washington.Photo: J. Scott Applewhite/AP/Corbis At the age of 64, after 34 years in Congress,...
2015/04/02 11:09
2015/04/02 11:09
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David Suchet in Jerusalem (© BBC) The bible stories changed our culture, our world view. They’re also terrific – full of flawed characters like Peter who, in a moment of fear and weakness, would...
2015/04/02 02:05
2015/04/02 02:05
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ESPN FC's Steve Nicol and Ross Dyer discuss the importance of the contract negotiations between Liverpool and Raheem Sterling. Tuesday was the third anniversary of a tiny event that could well become...
2015/03/29 23:10
2015/03/29 23:10
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The formal purging of Prashant Bhushan and Yogendra Yadav at the meeting of the national council on Saturday gives us a clearer understanding of the nature of the Aam Aadmi Party. It teaches us that...
2015/04/20 13:39
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