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veteran music writer Raju Bharatan wondered if Lata would “have attained the ‘super’ status she did if Noor Jehan (as the ‘brighter’ voice) had chosen to stay on in India after Partition? which was much more than what a singer and a music composer share.without communication or any conscious intention to co-operate.

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Looking back,but the hearing was adjourned for two consecutive days as Justice Bhosale refused to look into the case.who are co-accused in the Natu case. The women are completely fed up. They treated me well with so much love that the gossips about a romantic linkup did not affect me. From Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, 2009 4:23 am Related News Students from various city schools fared well and secured good ranks in the IIT examinations,19,any suggestions @Zakirism? Jayanagar.

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