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Set in Calcutta and New York, The Namesake tells the story of the Ganguli family whose move from India to America evokes a lifelong balancing act of adapting to a new world without forgetting the old.
Her namesake was also well-recognized for her numerous achievements.
FORMER Punjab chief minister and Congress candidate Captain Amarinder Singh is facing an identity crisis in the Amritsar parliamentary constituency due to the presence of a namesake in the poll fray.
WASHINGTON (CyHAN)- On April 10, Disney Parks is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the iconic song "It's a Small World" and its namesake attraction that opened as a tribute to UNICEF's work for children around the world at the 1964 New York World's Fair.
THIS greedy bee could easily be a robot in disguise - pulling off a good impression of his Transformers namesake Bumblebee.
Candidates in a dozen constituencies in Kerala will face namesake trouble as the candidates' list will feature two or more people with similar names.
The Sungshan railway station in Taipei would tie-up with a namesake railway station in Japan.
Sydney, Feb 23 ( ANI ): A former Australian swim coach, whose namesake club had become famous for its elite competitors, has pleaded guilty in a US court to child sexual abuse involving one of his former swimmers.
30th Anniversary Nears, Lodge Pays Homage to Namesake
But the Hollywood actress would probably not be flattered by comparisons with her namesake - a 6ft shark who was settling into her new home in Birmingham today.
It is on Facebook that Bulgarian Maxim BeharA found and befriendedA his namesake from Brazil, publisher Maxim Behar from Sao Paulo, whose family also turned out to have Bulgarian roots.
WIN Odeon tickets to see new movie The Namesake along with a film poster signed by director Mira Nair, the novel and photo-book.