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Tell me about it!

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Here’s a nice little tune for what looks like being anything but a summery end to the summer holidays. “Tell Me” (“Tu Bata”) is a real smoothie: billed as a hip-hop ballad, it’s much hipper than hopping. The disc comes ...

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Are you ready for the Phantom?

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Audiences are looking forward to the release of Phantom – a political thriller set in the volatile world of South Asia. The story begins when an infiltrator with plans to attack India is caught, and the Head of India’s security ...

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Paws for thought at Hang-Up’s Dog Days

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The current exhibition at the Hang Up gallery is now in full swing. “Dog Days: Summer’s Hottest Artists” is running throughout August. It’s a group exhibition showcasing a unique blend of freshly created artworks from 16 of Hang-Up’s leading body ...

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Oh, brother!

Anthem

Akshay Kumar’s new film Brothers is out on Friday, 14th August – but if you can’t get to see it straight away, you can catch “The Brothers Anthem” online. Sung by Vishal Dadlani, it’s a fast paced song which shows ...

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UAE bans “Bangistan”

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Bangistan is a comic tale with a strong underlying message highlighting the futility of violence, religious divisions, cultural prejudice, and promoting the message of peace, religious unity and harmony in society. The satirical film was released on 7th August. Unfortunately, the ...

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Summer sounds: anthems and urban

Summer Sounds

Kee’s Akhiyan returns refreshed After the huge success of “Akhiyan”, British Asian artist Kee returns with a new remix of the Punjabi-infused dancefloor anthem, with a beat produced by JC Sona and additional vocals by rapper Tino Atilla. Kee said: ...

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Swing low, meat carry-out

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If you’re in the Liverpool Street area over the weekend this summer, you’ll be within reach of a truly traditional US experience. Down at the Old Bengal Bar, the former 18th century East India Company warehouse near Liverpool Street, there ...

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