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June 19th, 2008

Contemporary panache: Modern South African cuisine - Economic Times

June 19th, 2008, 16:28

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South Africa is not a country that is too widely known about in India. It is the country that was once shunned by the world for its apartheid policy — and for its incarceration of the charismatic leader Nelson Mandela. But apartheid is now just one more info

And he’s off on another romp chasing a mysterious legendary relic. The last time we saw Indy it was the late 1930’s, just as Germany was throwing the world into chaos. Now it’s the 1950’s and the cold war is in full swing. The villains have more info

TOMORROW is the night of nights and today the final preparations are underway for the Ipswich and Suffolk Press Ball. As the Champagne is being chilled, JAMES MARSTON chats to a pop legend and reports on the events surprise guests of honour. A NIGHT more info

New Chinatown grows in far east San Gabriel Valley - Los Angeles Times

June 19th, 2008, 16:28

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The celery and squid sizzle in Suipao Tsai's blackened wok as she prepares lunch for up to six dozen employees of the family's multimillion-dollar lingerie business in the city of Industry. It's a scene repeated every weekday morning at her palatial more info

A Los Angeles woman is suing the lingerie-producing giant Victoria's Secret over a thong gone wrong. Fifty-two-year-old Macrida Patterson, who works in parking enforcement for the Los Angeles Department of Transportation, says she suffered a more info

Some stars shine, others flicker, lingering in your consciousness and dreams in flashes, favorite scenes and frozen moments. Cyd Charisse, the long-legged beauty who in the 1950s gave Fred Astaire some midcareer oomph and Gene Kelly his match in pure more info

EBay Inc.'s annual conference for users of the online-auction site may be one of its most contentious, as users plan to ask tough questions about sweeping changes affecting the company. Some people who sell goods through eBay are expected to grill more info

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