- DNA IndiaApr 15 17:45 PM
After its spectacular political opening in Maharashtra, the Bandra (East) bypoll was supposed to be a major battle for the All-India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM). But to paraphrase TS Eliot, it ended not with a bang but a whimper.
- The Sunday TimesApr 04 15:03 PM
SEAN O’BRIEN’s wry, wintry, railway-lined vision of England is highly prized in the world of British poetry.
- The GuardianMar 31 21:45 PM
Since it's April fools' day, today's questions cover Aprils, fools, and all sorts of related trickery, idiocy and wrongheadedness • The daily quiz is going on hiatus after this week. Read more here Continue reading...
- The ScotsmanApr 03 14:04 PM
EASTER is a good time to explore our place in the universe, for the religious and secular alike, says Alex Massie
- BBC NewsMar 23 0:03 AM
The acclaimed poet Michael Longley is granted the freedom of his native city of Belfast.
- The GuardianMar 29 22:00 PM
Today's questions cover La Primavera, Dusty Springfield, spring tides, spaniels and The Rite of Spring • Follow @GuardianQuiz on Twitter for daily notifications • Would you like to set the quiz? Email 10 questions to email@example.com along with your name, and they may be used in the weekly Friday readers' edition Continue reading...
- Christian Science Monitor via Yahoo! NewsApr 02 13:30 PM
Buttoned up in a long coat against the chill wind coming off Lake Geneva, Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif of Iran was getting some fresh air Thursday after pulling an 8-1/2-hour, all-night negotiating session with US Secretary of State John Kerry. Hours before the dramatic evening announcement of a framework agreement on limiting Iran’s nuclear program, Zarif was cornered as he entered the...
- BBC NewsApr 14 6:58 AM
Jane McDonald replaces pop star Nicole Scherzinger in the lead role in Cats musical when it goes to Blackpool.
- The HeraldMar 27 18:48 PM
The first published collection of the selected letters of the late Makar, Edwin Morgan, was launched last night.
- The Irish TimesMar 20 18:08 PM
‘Not a screed of evidence’ about cause of death, says defence in closing statement
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