Shashi Kapoor Second to None

Shashi Kapoor

Shashi Kapoor Second to None The films we remember Shashi Kapoor most for are the ones in which he played, with infinite grace and good humour, second fiddle. Shashi Kapoor was not just a successful scion of the First Film Family of Hindi cinema, son of Prithviraj, brother of Raj and Shammi, and indisputably the most handsome of them all. He was also a multi-tasker of a significant order: actor, director, and producer, with a lifelong passion for theatre. He acted in a series of ‘halki-phulki’ song-and-dance festooned hits right through the…

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Cambodia marks ‘Day of Anger’ to remember Khmer Rouge victims

Cambodia marks 'Day of Anger' to remember Khmer Rouge victims

Cambodia marks ‘Day of Anger’ to remember Khmer Rouge victims PHNOM PENH: More than 1,000 people Wednesday (May 20) marked Cambodia’s annual “Day of Anger” against the genocidal former Khmer Rouge regime, with black-clad students wielding rifles, knives and bamboo sticks to mimic its crimes of the late 1970s. The crowd, including Buddhist monks and children, viewed the re-enactment at Choeung Ek — the most notorious of the regime’s “Killing Fields” on the outskirts of Phnom Penh – where the remains of many victims of the fanatical Maoist regime lie.…

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Religion News: Feb. 25, 2017

Your Religion News: Feb. 25, 2017

Religion News: Feb. 25, 2017  “The Way of the Cross,” coming March 17 to Our Lady of PeaceReligion : TURNERS FALLS — Our Lady of Peace Church says, “Make this Lent one to remember by joining us on Friday, March 17 at 7 p.m. for the Mystery Players from Immaculate Heart Central School in Watertown, N.Y., who will present “The Way of the Cross.” Since 1981, IHC seniorshave been bringing the stories of Jesus’ birth and death on the Cross during the Advent and Lenten seasons. Their performances combine an…

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