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October 31, 2004

Tete-a-tete with Nirupama Menon Rao

Meeting her is a new experience, for she is the first woman Indian High Commissioner to Sri Lanka

Who will be the next UN Secretary-General?

If it all comes down to a ladies’ race, India may well nominate Sonia Gandhi

No, I guess you c_nt

VisualEditors.com got ahold of a black-and-white image of the Chicago Tribune page that caused such a flap

October 29, 2004

Meera, Laila, Ayesha in BBC1 drama

Playing alongside the women will be Sanjeev Bhaskar and Ace Bhatti

October 22, 2004

BBC cuts ex-Spice Girl video

Geri Halliwell's bottom-wiggling scenes too raunchy for young fans

October 21, 2004

Break-up survival guide

Losing a loved one is never easy

October 18, 2004

Russian painter dips into the colours of India

Ludmilla Chakrabarty, perhaps the only Russian painter living and working in India, says her canvas has enormously been enriched by the colours of this country

October 16, 2004

Elizabeth Hurley's beach strip gets director arrested

Leslie Phillips says, ‘Only shame was I never got to sleep with her. Problem was there was always too much of a queue!’

October 10, 2004

Rekha, 50

Truly, age cannot wither her stunning beauty nor diminish her ability to stir continued controversy

Aga Khan files for divorce

After six years of marriage, one of the world’s richest men and leader of the Ismaili Muslims, and his German wife Begum Inaara, claimed their relationship had 'irretrievably broken down'

Feeling hot, hot, hot!

Every film, though a flop, has taught me more about the art
-- Payal Rohatgi

Blogger Wonkette shops a novel

Sex-obsessed Washington, DC, blogger Ana Marie Cox, also known as Wonkette, is shopping a first novel. The David Black Literary Agency submitted her 20-page proposal to New York publishers last week. The proposed novel, a political satire titled Dog Days, is set in the summer weeks between the Democratic and Republican national conventions

News source: www.crainsny.com

October 09, 2004

‘My life is a joke’

High maintenance Perizaad Zorabian says her mornings are not just about ragas

October 08, 2004

Martha Stewart joins many women behind bars

She may be the headline-grabber, but numerous women also make their home behind bars. In fact, women are the fastest-growing segment of the population in federal penitentiaries and state prisons

Producer turns lens on self to reveal AIDS growth

In reporting on the growing number of women being infected with AIDS in the United States, journalist Sharon Sopher turned a camera lens on her own story of living with the virus

October 07, 2004

BBC ex-boss blames women for 'dumb' shows

Alasdair Milne, director general from 1982 to 1987, told The Times: It just seems to me that the television service has largely been run by women for the last four to five years and they don't seem to have done a great job of work

October 04, 2004

Yahoo CFO makes huge gains

The hefty stock option gains of Susan Decker puts her on pace to take home the third-biggest annual paycheck for a woman in Silicon Valley history -- a payoff that is drawing criticism

Psycho actress Janet Leigh dies

Her Oscar-nominated role as the victim of a shower stabbing in Alfred Hitchcock's movie became iconic

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