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Taxi Noir: Heroes & Villains

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Taxi Noir. On Your Bike

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63rd BFI London Film Festival Review

By Dr Ricky Ghosh Dastidar The 63rd BFI London Film Festival took place recently, featuring a total of 233 screenings. This comprised 28 World Premieres, 12 International Premieres and 32 European Premieres. Many

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58 The Bishops Avenue

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I occasionally find myself driving my cab along one of London’s most upmarket streets; The Bishops Avenue. Some people say it’s in Hampstead, others Highgate.

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Dosa with Samba and glorious chutneys

Ranjit Recommends: Bengaluru Culinary Delights

The following gastronomic captures illustrate a plethora of Bengaluru’s culinary delights that demonstrate perfection in fusion of worldwide cuisines: Links to previous articles https://b-c-ing-u.com/comments/ranjit-recommends-ahimsa-vegan-cafe/ https://b-c-ing-u.com/comments/ranjit-recommends-vegan-spartan/

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