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When Marion Crane’s blood swirled down the drain in 1960’s Psycho, it did a lot more than invigorate… Continue reading From Screams to Strength, the Evolution of the Final Girl
A highly relieved Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni late Sunday admitted that India was lucky to have avoided a certain defeat against England in the World Cup but said a better fielding side could have won the game. The Group B league match ended in a dramatic tie, with both teams scoring 338 runs to [...] Continue reading We know fielding is not our strength: Dhoni
Accompanied by thousands of supporters, former Congress MP Y.S. Jaganmohan Reddy arrived in the capital Tuesday and began a daylong fast in a show of strength that included two Congress MPs to highlight the woes of farmers and protest the Krishna Water Disputes Tribunal ruling on the sharing of river waters. Jagan, along with about [...] Continue reading Jagan’s show of strength in Delhi – with some Congress participation
On Tuesday, American Idol Season 7 finalist David Archuleta released his autobiography — Chords of Strength: A Memoir of Soul, Song and the Power of Perseverance — a tale of the babyfaced heartthrob’s family life growing up in Utah and triumphant victory over the vocal paralysis that silenced his signature singing voice in 2004. “I’m hoping [...] Continue reading David Archuleta Memoir “Chords Of Strength” Arrives On Shelves