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Entertainment  |  22 Jul 2020

Artista who have forbidden Trump from using their music

MUMBAI: US President Donald Trump doesn’t seem to enjoy a good image among the artists and musicians.

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Entertainment  |  29 Jun 2020

Rolling Stones warn Trump not to use their songs

MUMBAI: Legendary British rockband, the Rolling Stones have warned US President Donald Trump that he could face legal action if he continues using

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Entertainment  |  12 Sep 2019

Mick Jagger's night out with mysterious woman

MUMBAI: Rolling Stones legend Mick Jagger was spotted enjoying a night out with a mystery woman here.

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Entertainment  |  09 Sep 2019

Mick Jagger, Donald Sutherland slam Trump on climate change

MUMBAI: Rolling Stones rocker Mick Jagger and veteran actor Donald Sutherland have slammed US President Donald Trum

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Entertainment  |  16 May 2019

Mick Jagger dances away weeks after heart surgery

MUMBAI: Rolling Stones rocker Mick Jagger, 75, put on his dancing shoes and showed off his moves in an incredible v

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Entertainment  |  24 Mar 2018

Dr. Dre got into music to bed women

MUMBAI: Rapper Dr.

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Entertainment  |  30 Jan 2018

'Glad to see tabla making inroads into global music scene'

MUMBAI: Many remember him from the popular 1990s ‘Wah Ustaad commercial of Taj Tea where as a young boy, he sits alongside Ustad Zakir Hussain, pla

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Entertainment  |  19 Jun 2017

It's time Mick Jagger had vasectomy: Brother

MUMBAI: Legendary English singer Mick Jagger should consider getting vasectomy done now, says his brother.

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Entertainment  |  15 Jun 2016

Harry Styles to essay Mick Jagger?

MUMBAI: One Direction star Harry Styles is reportedly set to play legendary English singer Mick Jagger in a film about the rock band The Rolling St

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Entertainment  |  01 Jun 2016

Rolling Stones' Ronnie Wood welcomes twins at 68

MUMBAI: Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood is a father again at 68.

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Entertainment  |  05 May 2016

Rolling Stones ask Donald Trump to stop using their songs

MUMBAI: English rock band the Rolling Stones have asked US presidential hopeful Donald Trump to stop playing their songs during his rallies.

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