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Mystery about Shakespeare’s Success Can this be true?

So rich and so enduring are the works of William Shakespeare that, in time, doubts arose as to whether

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Remembering Shailendra, Bollywood Golden Age Lyricist whose song had Anti-depressant impact

By Vidya Bhushan Rawat Shailendra, Poet and lyricist of extraordinary ideas and a weavers of words, the man who immortalised

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Remembering King of Pop, Michael Jackson

29 August 1958. Michael Jackson, the Greatest of All Time and undisputed King of Pop was born.. Michael Jackson, known as

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Gully Boy

"It is a story of a man you see on the side-lines while driving past the congested roads" In Ratatouille

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HITLER IN LOVE WITH MADONNA

The Inspirational story of Indian AIDS Survivor Neil Biswas

Profile in Courage section of Socialist Factor this January issue is that of a tenacious AIDS survivor called Neil Biswas.

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Salute to Comrade Diego Maradona

By Vidya Bhushan Rawat A life-size painting of Diego Maradona was on display at certain ruins in the war torn

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Diego Maradona, Hopefully you will find some comfort in the hands of God.

You were the greatest ever Diego Maradona, The Golden Kid With An Eye For The Goal of World Football has

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Muhammad Ali: Float Like A Butterfly and Sting Like A Bee

Today marks 50 years since Muhammad Ali stepped back into the ring after his 3-year exile opposing the Vietnam

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Cricket Legend Kapil Dev stable After Open Heart Surgery, Akhilesh Yadav tweets speedy recovery

Cricket legend Kapil Dev India's greatest allrounder and the 1983 World Cup winning captain, has successfully undergone an angioplasty. Kapil

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Anguish and Despair are the Hallmarks of Edward Munch’s Painting

The connection between artistic expression and mental disturbance is eternally interesting. It cannot be dismissed - but mustn’t be

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Ghalib, A Rare Artistic Merit

Mirza Asadullah Khan (1797-1869) who wrote with a nom de plume of Asad before choosing Ghalib, which literally means

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Now that the orgy of insufferable hipsterism known as Coachella is finally behind us, it’s officially music-festival season, when

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