Search Results for 'Indian films'

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An Indian romance at the Pálás

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RAFI IS a struggling street photographer in Mumbai. Under mounting pressure from his grandmother to get married, a chance encounter leads him to Milon, a shy stranger he convinces to pose as his fiancée.

Indulge at The g Hotel

Watching trends in the accommodation sector in Ireland is always interesting. Recently we have seen a number of high profile four and five star hotels engage in multi-million euro refurbishment programmes, essential work if we are to compete with the rest of the world. However, there are still many establishments that have been short on the maintenance and refurbishment front for a number of years. As prices rise again customers are not always seeing an equal increase in standards. While hotels undoubtedly benefit from investment, as salubrious as these premises may become, they will ultimately fail to impress unless the standards of staff, service, and food matches and complements the surroundings.

Are you running the Streets?

To be honest, when are you going to get a chance again to run through the heart of the city, to see it from the middle of the road, to not have to be worrying about traffic, for just one evening? To run free, as a adult through the heart of the city.

Love, death, Shergar, and Arlene Foster

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FROM 'MAYA'S Soliloquy to Pablo [Picasso]’, the striking opening of the first poem of White Horses, it is clear Northern Irish poet Jo Burns is in control of what she is doing with her poetry in a way most debut collection poets simply are not.

Irish Cancer Society fundraising table quiz at the Prince Bar

Gather the people you truly love this Valentine's for a night of 'Sex & The City' trivia'. Enjoy a night of laughs, Cosmopolitans, Manolo Blahniks and post-it break ups. Brush up on your trivia about this television and film classic and be tested on the scriptures according to Carrie, Charlotte, Samantha and Miranda.

Fantasy Football round 14 preview

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It is back to the Premier League after European duties and for Irish fans, domestic action is a welcome distraction from the FAI's strange decision to bring back Mick McCarthy to manage of Ireland after parting ways 16 years ago.

Kiran Leonard tackling 'Western Culture' through music

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KIRAN LEONARD'S previous album, Derevaun Seraun, was his personal response to favourite pieces of literature. His new album, Western Culture, released last month via Moshi Moshi Records, sees him move from the personal to the political.

Fantasy Football October review

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Round eight of the Premier League ended with a whimper as Liverpool and Man City played out a dour 0-0 draw at Anfield on Sunday evening.

Global IT leader SOTI announces 150 new jobs with opening of Galway office

Galway had its second jobs boost in a week when SOTI Inc — a world leader in mobile and IoT device management solutions, announced the opening of a local office and the subsequent creation of 150 jobs.

'Everyone who comes to see Class gets lots of laughs of recognition'

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AMONG THE theatre highlights of next week’s schedule of shows from Galway International Arts Festival is Class, co-written and directed by Iseult Golden and David Horan, and presented in association with the Abbey Theatre at An Taibhdhearc.

 

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