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Lynn Anderson, singer of 'Rose Garden,' dies in Nashville

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Lynn Anderson, whose strong, husky voice carried her to the top of the charts with “(I Never Promised You a) Rose Garden,” has died. 575 more words


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பெயர்: வன்னியசிங்கம் கந்தையா
பிறந்த இடம்: யாழ். புங்குடுதீவு
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பிரசுரித்த திகதி: 31 யூலை 2015திரு வன்னியசிங்கம் கந்தையா
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அன்னை மடியில் : 1 யூலை 1951 — ஆண்டவன் அடியில் : 25 யூலை 2015யாழ். 63 more words


Richard Taylor: Humanity Unleashed

Last weekend, the dementia care and advocacy community lost one of its most unique and powerful voices with death of Richard Taylor.  A few years after being diagnosed with probable Alzheimer’s-type dementia, Richard Taylor emerged as a passionate, uncompromising advocate for people living with dementia. 194 more words


From potatoes to paths: loss of a hero

It’s a sad fact that you learn more about a person at their funeral than during their lifetime.  So it was when I went to Oliver Statham’s funeral in Amersham last week.   464 more words


RIP APJ Abdul Kalam

“Thou should be remembered for eternity!” is a proverb that everyone tries to accomplish. A person who truly consummated this proverb; struck a grief around the world was our ex-president, scientist, visionary, teacher, orator and moreover an humane person… 180 more words


Obituary: Clive Rice

Clive Edward Butler RICE (23 July 1949 – 28 July 2015) was the face of South Africa’s re-entry to international cricket. Tragically, he was the first face of a board with whom he could never reconcile. 743 more words

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Remembering Scott Zervitz: 'The best thing that ever happened to me'

Scott Mitchell Zervitz, diehard Baltimore sports fan, lover of Maryland-style crab cakes, salesman and husband of The Post’s pop culture columnist Leslie Gray Streeter… 471 more words

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