504 Facts About Classical Music

1. Early in his pontificate Benedict XVI predicted a short reign, which led to concerns about his health.

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2. Alicia Keys began writing songs when she was 14 years old.

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3. Ravi Shankar was born in 1956 and his parents were residents of Tamil Nadu.

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4. Alicia Keys gave birth to son Egypt Daoud Dean in October 2010.

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5. In 2015, it was reported that the Pope Benedict XVI was "praying for migrants and refugees" from Syria.

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6. Ravi Shankar began to record music for HMV India and worked as a music director for All India Radio, New Delhi, from February 1949 to January 1956.

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7. In 1988 The Alan Titchmarsh Show was offered a slot on BBC Radio 2 hosting a gardening show with Gloria Hunniford called House in a Garden.

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8. Benedict XVI served his final day as pope on February 28, 2013.

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9. Alicia Keys visited other African countries such as Uganda and Kenya to promote care for children affected by AIDS.

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10. In December 2014 The Alan Titchmarsh Show presented a two-part series for ITV called The Queen's Garden that was filmed over a time period of one year.

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11. Walt Disney Concert Hall offers free daily audio tours, as well as private group tours.

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12. New York City invented one of the world's first and greatest luxury hotels—the Waldorf Astoria—which invented the velvet rope and its meaning.

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13. Benedict XVI was originally a liberal theologian, but adopted conservative views after 1968.

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14. New York City invented one of the world's first and greatest luxury hotels—the Waldorf Astoria—which invented the velvet rope and its meaning.

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15. New York City invented one of the world's first and greatest luxury hotels—the Waldorf Astoria—which invented the velvet rope and its meaning.

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16. Ravi Shankar Prasad married Baba's daughter Annapurna Devi in 1941 and had a son with her.

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17. In 1985, Alicia Keys made an appearance on The Cosby Show at the age of four, where she and a group of girls played the parts of Rudy Huxtable's sleepover guests in the episode "Slumber Party".

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18. Alicia Keys had a major success with The Diary of Alicia Keys Keys.

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19. New York City invented one of the world's first and greatest luxury hotels—the Waldorf Astoria—which invented the velvet rope and its meaning.

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20. Ravi Shankar was nominated by Rajiv Gandhi to the Rajya Sabha and served as a member of Parliament between 1986 and 1992.

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21. Alicia Keys was born during a time when the AIDS epidemic was gaining a lot of attention in the United States.

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22. Pope Benedict XVI was head of the Catholic Church and as sovereign of the Vatican City State from 2005 until his resignation in 2013.

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23. In 2000, Germans began a public debate about the restructuring of the armed forces.

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24. Andrea Bocelli appeared in Sesame Street singing "Time to Say Goodnight" a parody of "Time to Say Goodbye" as a lullaby to Elmo.

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25. Alicia Keys played the character Skye Summers in the second season of Empire.

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26. Sonam Kapoor enrolled at the United World College of South East Asia in Singapore for her pre-university education, where she studied theatre and arts.

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27. Alicia Keys's gave birth to their second son, Genesis Ali Dean, in December 2014.

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28. New York City is the largest city in the United States and New York.

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29. In 1985, Alicia Keys made an appearance on The Cosby Show at the age of four, where she and a group of girls played the parts of Rudy Huxtable's sleepover guests in the episode "Slumber Party".

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30. New York City has the largest Puerto Rican population of any city in the world.

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31. Sonam Kapoor is one of the highest-paid actresses in the industry and is the recipient of several awards, including a Filmfare and a National Film Award.

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32. Pope Benedict XVI made only modest changes to the structure of the Roman Curia.

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33. New York City receives over 60 million foreign and American tourists each year.

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34. New York City invented one of the world's first and greatest luxury hotels—the Waldorf Astoria—which invented the velvet rope and its meaning.

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35. Away from gardening, The Alan Titchmarsh Show has had spells presenting Songs of Praise and a series of programmes on BBC Radio 2 in which he played a selection of light classical music, as well as a BBC nature documentary series, British Isles—A Natural History.

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36. Alicia Keys released her second live album, VH1 Storytellers, in June 2013.

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37. Alicia Keys had wanted to leave Columbia since they began "completely disrespecting [her] musical creativity".

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38. New York City invented one of the world's first and greatest luxury hotels—the Waldorf Astoria—which invented the velvet rope and its meaning.

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39. In June 2007, Benedict XVI made a personal pilgrimage and pastoral visit to Assisi, the birthplace of St Francis.

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40. Walt Disney Concert Hall is home to the LA Phil—one of the world's preeminent orchestras—and an unrivalled venue for classical music, contemporary music, world music and jazz.

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41. Benedict XVI attended the consistory for new cardinals in February 2015, greeting Pope Francis at the beginning of the celebration.

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42. Pope Benedict XVI chose to remove the title at a time when discussions with the Orthodox churches have centered on the issue of papal primacy.

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43. Benedict XVI condemned the prevalent economic system "where the pernicious effects of sin are evident", and called on people to rediscover ethics in business and economic relations.

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44. Ravi Shankar was so offended that he considered leaving Maihar but Baba convinced him to stay back.

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45. At an early age, Alicia Keys learned to play classical music.

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46. New York City plans to turn all of its old phone booths into wifi hotspots.

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47. New Delhi: Anil Sonam Kapoor is on a vacation with his Family.

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48. Ravi Shankar won many awards and honors throughout his career, including 14 honorary degrees, three Grammy Awards and a membership to the American Academy of Arts and Letters.

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49. Ravi Shankar was a Hindu, and a devotee of the Hindu deity, Hanuman.

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50. In 2014, Alicia Keys collaborated with Kendrick Lamar on the song "It's on Again" for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 soundtrack.

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51. Alicia Keys was born on January 25, 1981, in New York City to an African-American father and an Italian-American mother.

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52. Sonam Kapoor has two younger siblings: film producer Rhea and brother Harshvardhan.

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53. On 8 May 2018, Sonam Kapoor married Indian businessman Anand Ahuja in a traditional Sikh ceremony in Bandra.

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54. New York City was the capital of the United States under the Articles of Confederation from 1785 to 1788.

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55. Pope Benedict XVI continued the tradition of his predecessor John Paul II and baptised several infants in the Sistine Chapel at the beginning of each year, in his pastoral role as Bishop of Rome.

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56. New York City invented one of the world's first and greatest luxury hotels—the Waldorf Astoria—which invented the velvet rope and its meaning.

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57. In 1985, Alicia Keys made an appearance on The Cosby Show at the age of four, where she and a group of girls played the parts of Rudy Huxtable's sleepover guests in the episode "Slumber Party".

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58. Sonam Kapoor says husband Anand Ahuja bullied her to not fast on Karwa Chauth, he has a sane response.

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59. Andrea Bocelli showed a great passion for music as a young boy.

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60. In March 2003, York City extended the lease to May 2004, and proceeded with plans to move to Huntington Stadium under the ownership of the Supporters' Trust.

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61. Sonam Kapoor will next star in Abhishek Sharma's film adaptation of Anuja Chauhan's novel The Zoya Factor, in which she plays the titular character.

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62. New York City invented one of the world's first and greatest luxury hotels—the Waldorf Astoria—which invented the velvet rope and its meaning.

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63. Andrea Bocelli cancelled a third performance with pharyngitis after suffering vocal strain throughout.

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64. Ravi Shankar Prasad has celebrated the total number of 64 birthdays till date.

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65. Ravi Shankar was nominated for just one Oscar during his career.

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66. New York City invented one of the world's first and greatest luxury hotels—the Waldorf Astoria—which invented the velvet rope and its meaning.

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67. Pope Benedict XVI promoted various UN events, such as World Refugee Day, on which he offered up special prayers for refugees and called for the international community to do more to secure refugees' human rights.

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68. Pope Benedict XVI stayed there until refurbishment was completed on his retirement home, the Mater Ecclesiae monastery in the Vatican Gardens near St Peter's, formerly home to 12 nuns, where he moved on 2 May 2013.

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69. Ravi Shankar often closed his performances with a piece inspired by the light-classical thumri genre.

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70. Pope Benedict XVI attended the elementary school in Aschau am Inn, which was renamed in his honour in 2009.

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71. New York City invented one of the world's first and greatest luxury hotels—the Waldorf Astoria—which invented the velvet rope and its meaning.

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72. Benedict XVI was succeeded by Pope Francis on 13 March 2013, and he moved into the newly renovated monastery Mater Ecclesiae for his retirement on 2 May 2013.

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73. New York City invented one of the world's first and greatest luxury hotels—the Waldorf Astoria—which invented the velvet rope and its meaning.

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74. Alicia Keys felt that name represented her both as a performer and person.

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75. Walt Disney Concert Hall met with laudatory approval from nearly all of its listeners, including its performers.

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76. In September 2010, Andrea Bocelli held a concert at the Odeon of Herodes Atticus, in Athens, Greece.

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77. Ravi Shankar gave up dance and took up music rigorously under the guidance of Khan.

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78. Alicia Keys is acclaimed for her humanitarian work, philanthropy and activism.

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79. New York City invented one of the world's first and greatest luxury hotels—the Waldorf Astoria—which invented the velvet rope and its meaning.

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80. Andrea Bocelli entered the main competition with "Con te partiro" and finished in fourth place.

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81. New York City invented one of the world's first and greatest luxury hotels—the Waldorf Astoria—which invented the velvet rope and its meaning.

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82. New Delhi: Sonam Kapoor is usually known for her sense of style.

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83. New York City invented one of the world's first and greatest luxury hotels—the Waldorf Astoria—which invented the velvet rope and its meaning.

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84. In 2005 Alicia Keys was tapped to help MTV bring back its Unplugged series.

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85. Ravi Shankar developed a style distinct from that of his contemporaries and incorporated influences from rhythm practices of Carnatic music.

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86. New York City invented one of the world's first and greatest luxury hotels—the Waldorf Astoria—which invented the velvet rope and its meaning.

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87. In 2014, Alicia Keys was honored by Unite 4 Humanity with the Music Visionary Award for "her work as an activist and Founder of Keep A Child Alive".

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88. In 2010, Swizz Beatz confirmed he and Alicia Keys had adopted an entire village in Soweto, South Africa.

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89. Ravi Shankar Prasad said the aim of the discussion was to get the industry involved and help out with manpower and effort by identifying and executing their CSR budgets in conjunction with the government.

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90. Pope Benedict XVI is known to be deeply interested in classical music, and is an accomplished pianist.

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91. In 1985, Alicia Keys made an appearance on The Cosby Show at the age of four, where she and a group of girls played the parts of Rudy Huxtable's sleepover guests in the episode "Slumber Party".

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92. In 1954, Ravi Shankar Prasad gave a recital in the Soviet Union.

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93. Ravi Shankar lived in Varanasi until the age of 10, when he accompanied his older brother, Uday, to Paris.

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94. Pope Benedict XVI called on Catholic communities and organizations to offer them concrete help.

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95. Ravi Shankar passed away in December 2012 shortly after having surgery to relieve breathing difficulties in California.

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96. Ravi Shankar wrote a second autobiography, Raga Mala, with Harrison as editor.

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97. In 2008, Alicia Keys was ranked in at number 80 the Billboard Hot 100 All-Time Top Artists.

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98. In 1985, Alicia Keys made an appearance on The Cosby Show at the age of four, where she and a group of girls played the parts of Rudy Huxtable's sleepover guests in the episode "Slumber Party".

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99. Ravi Shankar learned Indian classical music, playing sitar and other instruments through rigorous training and devotion to music.

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100. Alicia Keys's parents did not stay together and Alicia Keys was raised by her mother, Terri Augello, a paralegal and aspiring actress.

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101. At the age of 10, Ravi Shankar went to Paris with the dance group of his brother Uday Shankar.

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102. The song was included on his second album, Andrea Bocelli, produced by Mauro Malavasi and released in November 1995.

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103. Sonam Kapoor takes on the challenges and always believes in calling a spade a spade.

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104. In June 2018, Andrea Bocelli released the single "If Only", his first after fourteen years.

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105. Ravi Shankar was born to a Bengali Brahmin family in India, and spent his youth touring India and Europe with the dance group of his brother Uday Shankar.

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106. In 1985, Alicia Keys made an appearance on The Cosby Show at the age of four, where she and a group of girls played the parts of Rudy Huxtable's sleepover guests in the episode "Slumber Party".

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107. Sonam Kapoor is married Anand Ahuja, an Businessman on 8 May 2018.

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108. Alicia Keys has a height of 5 feet 6 inches and weighs 57 kg.

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109. New York City invented one of the world's first and greatest luxury hotels—the Waldorf Astoria—which invented the velvet rope and its meaning.

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110. Pope Benedict XVI condemned the prevalent economic system "where the pernicious effects of sin are evident", and called on people to rediscover ethics in business and economic relations.

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111. Alicia Keys is neck-deep in planning what all she'll do as host of this year's Grammy Awards, but she just got a major vote of confidence.

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112. New York City invented one of the world's first and greatest luxury hotels—the Waldorf Astoria—which invented the velvet rope and its meaning.

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113. The book sold over US$500,000 and Alicia Keys made The New York Times bestseller list in 2005.

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114. In 1985, Alicia Keys made an appearance on The Cosby Show at the age of four, where she and a group of girls played the parts of Rudy Huxtable's sleepover guests in the episode "Slumber Party".

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115. New York City invented one of the world's first and greatest luxury hotels—the Waldorf Astoria—which invented the velvet rope and its meaning.

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116. Ravi Shankar was one of the first to bring aspects of traditional Indian music into Europe and American culture in the 1960s.

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117. Sonam Kapoor felt responsible towards the project because it is about real events, and met Bhanot's family as a preparation for her role.

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118. In 2001, Ravi Shankar was made an Honorary Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire by Elizabeth II for his "services to music".

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119. New York City invented one of the world's first and greatest luxury hotels—the Waldorf Astoria—which invented the velvet rope and its meaning.

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120. Benedict XVI declared that he would continue to serve the church "through a life dedicated to prayer".

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121. Sonam Kapoor portrayed Rajkumari Maithili Devi, a princess looking for love.

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122. Ravi Shankar Prasad cited innumerable enquiry committee reports purportedly meant to bring the culprits to book but actually were used to cover up the Congress' role in the riots.

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123. New York City invented one of the world's first and greatest luxury hotels—the Waldorf Astoria—which invented the velvet rope and its meaning.

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124. Benedict XVI called on Catholic communities and organizations to offer them concrete help.

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125. New York City invented one of the world's first and greatest luxury hotels—the Waldorf Astoria—which invented the velvet rope and its meaning.

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126. Ravi Shankar Prasad rebuffed criticism that companies are only doing assembly in India and said the government has approved three large proposals to manufacture PCBs in India.

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127. Pope Benedict XVI planned on 5 March 2008, to meet with Muslim scholars and religious leaders autumn 2008 at a Catholic-Muslim seminar in Rome.

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128. Benedict XVI travelled extensively during the first three years of his papacy.

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129. Pope Benedict XVI acknowledged the Lutheran church, saying that he has had friends in that denomination.

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130. The Pope Benedict XVI met with the Maltese youth at the Valletta Waterfront, where an estimated 10,000 young people turned up to greet him.

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131. Andrea Bocelli released the complete opera recording of Carmen in Italy in the same year, which he recorded in 2005.

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132. Ravi Shankar has a large number of Awards, and a few have been mentioned.

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133. Alicia Keys's felt she needed to "escape" and went to Egypt for three weeks.

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134. New York City is full of experiences and is one of the best places in the world to try incredible food.

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135. Ravi Shankar attended the Bengalitola High School in Benares between 1927 and 1928.

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136. Ravi Shankar gave his first public performance along with his teacher, Allauddin Khan in 1939.

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137. In July 2017, Benedict XVI sent a message through his private secretary Monsignor Ganswein for the occasion of the funeral of Cardinal Joachim Meisner, who had suddenly passed away while on vacation in Germany.

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138. In 2012, Ravi Shankar Prasad was re-elected to the Rajya Sabha from Bihar for a consecutive 3rd term and will now lead the Bharatiya Janata Party in the Rajya Sabha as Deputy Leader of Opposition.

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139. Ravi Shankar Prasad said the notes ban exercise and implementation of GST helped the country in the long run and steps taken by the centre had made India the fastest growing economy in the world.

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140. Alicia Keys's was particularly drawn to "blue, dark, shadowy" and melancholic compositions, as well as the passionate romanticism of "blue composers" like Chopin.

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141. Administration of Gwalior is shared between the departments and institutions of three levels of government—civic administration by the Gwalior Municipal Corporation, state administration by government of Madhya Pradesh, and the central government of India.

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142. New York City invented one of the world's first and greatest luxury hotels—the Waldorf Astoria—which invented the velvet rope and its meaning.

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143. Alicia Keys gave birth to her second child, son Genesis Ali Dean, on December 27, 2014.

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144. Alicia Keys was ranked at number thirty-three on VH1's "50 Greatest Women of the Video Era" list.

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145. Ravi Shankar engaged Western music by writing compositions for sitar and orchestra, and toured the world in the 1970s and 1980s.

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146. Ravi Shankar Prasad won many awards and honors throughout his career, including 14 honorary degrees, three Grammy Awards and a membership to the American Academy of Arts and Letters.

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147. Alicia Keys released her fourth studio album, The Element of Freedom, in December 2009.

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148. New York City invented one of the world's first and greatest luxury hotels—the Waldorf Astoria—which invented the velvet rope and its meaning.

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149. Alicia Keys's parents did not stay together and Alicia Keys was raised by her mother, Terri Augello, a paralegal and sometimes actress.

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150. Sonam Kapoor is one of the most stylish actors we've ever seen, so we couldn't be more captivated by her latest magazine cover for Brides Today's anniversary issue.

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151. Alicia Keys decided to drop out of college after a month to pursue music full-time.

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152. Ravi Shankar has composed music for a number of films, most notably for Satyajit Ray's Apu Trilogy and Richard Attenborough's Gandhi.

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153. On September 17, 2017, Alicia Keys performed at Rock in Rio, in a powerful and acclaimed performance.

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154. In June 2008, Ravi Shankar played what was billed as his last European concert, but his 2011 tour included dates in the United Kingdom.

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155. In 2018, Alicia Keys was honored at Variety Power of Women luncheon for her work with Keep A Child Alive.

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156. Walt Disney Concert Hall is home to the LA Phil—one of the world's preeminent orchestras—and an unrivalled venue for classical music, contemporary music, world music and jazz.

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157. In 2010 The Alan Titchmarsh Show presented the first series of Popstar to Operastar with Myleene Klass.

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158. Alicia Keys declared that she hoped her music would stay indescribable.

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159. On March 25, 2016, Alicia Keys was announced as a new coach on Season 11 of The Voice.

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160. New York City was settled by Europeans from The Netherlands in 1624.

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161. Away from gardening, The Alan Titchmarsh Show has had spells presenting Songs of Praise and a series of programmes on BBC Radio 2 in which he played a selection of light classical music, as well as a BBC nature documentary series, British Isles—A Natural History.

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162. On 20 January 2008, Andrea Bocelli received the Italian TV award Telegatto in platinum for Italian music in the world, in Rome.

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163. Alicia Keys performed on America: A Tribute to Heroes, a telethon to raise money for the victims of the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, that was broadcast globally and viewed by 90 million people.

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164. In 1999, Ravi Shankar was awarded the highest civilian honor in India—the Bharat Ratna, or Jewel of India.

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165. In 1985, Alicia Keys made an appearance on The Cosby Show at the age of four, where she and a group of girls played the parts of Rudy Huxtable's sleepover guests in the episode "Slumber Party".

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166. Alicia Keys has donated to Frum tha Ground Up, a non-profit organization that aids children and teenagers with scholarships.

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167. Ravi Shankar Prasad was so offended that he considered leaving Maihar but Baba convinced him to stay back.

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168. Ravi Shankar founded the International Association of Human Values in 1997.

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169. Alicia Keys opened a recording studio in Long Island, New York, called The Oven Studios, which she co-owns with her production and songwriting partner Kerry "Krucial" Brothers.

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170. New York City invented one of the world's first and greatest luxury hotels—the Waldorf Astoria—which invented the velvet rope and its meaning.

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171. Alicia Keys's placed in second place with her team member, Britton Buchanan.

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172. Andrea Bocelli was accompanied by the I Solisti Veneti orchestra, celebrating its 50th birthday and conducted by Claudio Scimone, and by the Wiener Singakademie choir.

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173. The early Germans originated on the North German Plain as well as southern Scandinavia.

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174. Alicia Keys returned for twelfth series of The Voice and won the competition with her artist Chris Blue, on May 23, 2017.

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175. New York City Schools in particular are among the most racially and economically segregated school systems in the country, despite being one of the most diverse.

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176. New York City invented one of the world's first and greatest luxury hotels—the Waldorf Astoria—which invented the velvet rope and its meaning.

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177. Alicia Keys would continue studying classical music until the age of 18.

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178. New York City invented one of the world's first and greatest luxury hotels—the Waldorf Astoria—which invented the velvet rope and its meaning.

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179. New York City has the largest Chinese population of any city outside of Asia.

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180. Sonam Kapoor auctioned some of her clothes on stylist Pernia Qureshi's online fashion boutique, Pernia's Pop-Up Shop, in 2012.

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181. Sonam Kapoor was born on 9 June 1985 and named as Sonam Kapoor Anil Kapoor.

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182. Sonam Kapoor is one of the highest paid Bollywood actresses and one of the highest paid celebrity endorsers in India.

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183. In 2012, Hurricane Sandy hit New York City, causing part of Manhattan to lose power.

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184. Alicia Keys's felt that name embodied her both as a performer and person.

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185. Andrea Bocelli recorded a Portuguese version of the song with Brazilian singer Sandy.

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186. New York City invented one of the world's first and greatest luxury hotels—the Waldorf Astoria—which invented the velvet rope and its meaning.

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187. Alicia Keys is set to co-produce the Broadway premiere of Stick Fly, which was scheduled to open in December 2011.

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188. In 1971 Ravi Shankar joined Harrison for two sold-out charity concerts at Madison Square Garden to help the refugees of Bangladesh.

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189. Alicia Keys performed and taped her installment of the MTV Unplugged series in July 2005 at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.

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190. Ravi Shankar Prasad composed the film scores for the Indian director Satyajit Ray's famous Apu trilogy.

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191. Ravi Shankar was music director for several Hindi movies including Godaan and Anuradha.

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192. Alicia Keys's starred in "Fresh Takes", a commercial micro-series created by Dove Go Fresh, which premiered during The Hills on MTV from March to April 2008.

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193. Alicia Keys's crowing achievement of 2007 was the November release of her fourth studio album, As I Am.

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194. Ravi Shankar Prasad was born in a Kayastha family in Patna, Bihar.

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195. Alicia Keys "hated" the experience of writing with the people Columbia brought in.

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196. Ravi Shankar continued residential study with Allaudin Khan until the days before partition and independence, at which time he became a music director for All India Radio.

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197. New York City invented one of the world's first and greatest luxury hotels—the Waldorf Astoria—which invented the velvet rope and its meaning.

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198. Benedict XVI served as Vice President of the University of Regensburg from 1976 to 1977.

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199. In 2005, the Pope Benedict XVI listed several ways to combat the spread of HIV, including chastity, fidelity in marriage and anti-poverty efforts; he rejected the use of condoms.

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200. New York City invented one of the world's first and greatest luxury hotels—the Waldorf Astoria—which invented the velvet rope and its meaning.

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201. New York City invented one of the world's first and greatest luxury hotels—the Waldorf Astoria—which invented the velvet rope and its meaning.

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202. Ravi Shankar provided the score for Satyajit Ray's Apu trilogy.

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203. New York City invented one of the world's first and greatest luxury hotels—the Waldorf Astoria—which invented the velvet rope and its meaning.

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204. On 11 February 2013, Pope Benedict XVI unexpectedly announced his resignation in a speech in Latin before the cardinals, citing a "lack of strength of mind and body" due to his advanced age.

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205. Sonam Kapoor paired her dark 16Arlington ensemble with hoops, which she complemented by wearing layered necklaces in the same metal tone.

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206. On September 8, 2014, Alicia Keys uploaded the music video to a new song called "We Are Here" to her Facebook page, accompanied by a lengthy status update describing her motivation and inspiration to write the song.

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207. Andrea Bocelli finished secondary school in 1980, then studied law at the University of Pisa.

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208. In 1985, Alicia Keys made an appearance on The Cosby Show at the age of four, where she and a group of girls played the parts of Rudy Huxtable's sleepover guests in the episode "Slumber Party".

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209. At the turn of the 20th century, New York City became the city we know today.

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210. Sonam Kapoor supports the raising awareness of breast cancer and LGBT rights.

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211. In 1985, Alicia Keys made an appearance on The Cosby Show at the age of four, where she and a group of girls played the parts of Rudy Huxtable's sleepover guests in the episode "Slumber Party".

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212. Pope Benedict XVI views relativism's denial of objective truth, and the denial of moral truths in particular, as the central problem of the 21st century.

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213. New York City invented one of the world's first and greatest luxury hotels—the Waldorf Astoria—which invented the velvet rope and its meaning.

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214. Alicia Keys is the co-founder and Global Ambassador of Keep a Child Alive, a non-profit organization that provides medicine, orphan care, and social support to families with HIV and AIDS in Africa and India.

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215. Ravi Shankar was so offended that he almost never returned, but Baba learned from this and never reacted in the same way again.

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216. On 6 September 2006, the Pope Benedict XVI began wearing the red cappello romano, a wide-brimmed hat for outdoor use.

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217. New York City invented one of the world's first and greatest luxury hotels—the Waldorf Astoria—which invented the velvet rope and its meaning.

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218. New York City invented one of the world's first and greatest luxury hotels—the Waldorf Astoria—which invented the velvet rope and its meaning.

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219. Ravi Shankar had another lovechild in 1981 with Sukanya Rajan whom they named Anoushka Shankar.

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220. Alicia Keys wanted to create music from the soul that touched the hearts of people; the record company wanted either another pop teen sensation like Britney Spears or beautiful balladeer like Mariah Carey.

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221. Pope Benedict XVI was succeeded by Pope Francis on 13 March 2013, and he moved into the newly renovated monastery Mater Ecclesiae for his retirement on 2 May 2013.

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222. Sonam Kapoor took to Instagram to share an image of herself dressed as The Addams Family's.

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223. New York City invented one of the world's first and greatest luxury hotels—the Waldorf Astoria—which invented the velvet rope and its meaning.

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224. Ravi Shankar befriended Richard Bock, founder of World Pacific Records, on his first American tour and recorded most of his albums in the 1950s and 1960s for Bock's label.

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225. In 1958, Ravi Shankar participated in the celebrations of the tenth anniversary of the United Nations and UNESCO music festival in Paris.

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226. Benedict XVI stayed there until refurbishment was completed on his retirement home, the Mater Ecclesiae monastery in the Vatican Gardens near St Peter's, formerly home to 12 nuns, where he moved on 2 May 2013.

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227. Ravi Shankar would then practice for 12 hours a day, sometimes until his fingers bled.

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228. Alicia Keys's recorded a theme song for Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama.

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229. Andrea Bocelli was made a Grand Officer of the Order of Merit of the Italian Republic in 2006 and was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on 2 March 2010 for his contribution to Live Theater.

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230. Sonam Kapoor needs very little to play up her inner glow.

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231. Walt Disney Concert Hall is the home of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, presenting the best in classical music, contemporary music, world music and jazz.

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232. New York City is known for supplying construction materials such as limestone, salt, sand, and gravel.

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233. In 1985, Alicia Keys made an appearance on The Cosby Show at the age of four, where she and a group of girls played the parts of Rudy Huxtable's sleepover guests in the episode "Slumber Party".

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234. Ravi Shankar Prasad developed a style distinct from that of his contemporaries and incorporated influences from rhythm practices of Carnatic music.

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235. Benedict XVI was viewed during the time of the Council as a reformer, cooperating with theologians like Hans Kung and Edward Schillebeeckx.

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236. Andrea Bocelli gave concerts in Cairo, Egypt, in front of the pyramids and the Great Sphinx of Giza, as well as a fundraising concert inside the Duomo di Milano to benefit victims of the 2010 Haiti earthquake.

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237. In 2007, Alicia Keys made her film debut in the action-thriller film Smokin' Aces.

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238. Alicia Keys's joined Joss Stone and Jay-Z on the effort, which served as a theme song for Obama's campaign.

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239. In 2010, The Alan Titchmarsh Show became president of the plant conservation charity Plant Heritage.

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240. Ravi Shankar was a Member of Parliament from 1986 to 1992.

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241. Ravi Shankar Prasad will turn 65 on 30 August, 2019.

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242. On October 14, 2010, Alicia Keys gave birth to their first son, in New York City.

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243. In 1999, Ravi Shankar was awarded India's highest civilian honour, the Bharat Ratna.

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244. Andrea Bocelli was accompanied by the New York Philharmonic, conducted by its music director Alan Gilbert, and the Westminster Symphonic Choir.

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245. Ravi Shankar performed in Moscow in 1988, and had first been there to play in 1954.

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246. In 1933, York City changed their maroon jerseys to chocolate and cream stripes, a reference to the city's association with the confectionery industry.

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247. Benedict XVI views relativism's denial of objective truth, and the denial of moral truths in particular, as the central problem of the 21st century.

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248. New York City invented one of the world's first and greatest luxury hotels—the Waldorf Astoria—which invented the velvet rope and its meaning.

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249. Ravi Shankar Prasad attended the Bengalitola High School in Benares between 1927 and 1928.

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250. Ravi Shankar carried on the affair and had another child with Shastrie, Anoushka, born in 1981.

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251. In 1985, Alicia Keys made an appearance on The Cosby Show at the age of four, where she and a group of girls played the parts of Rudy Huxtable's sleepover guests in the episode "Slumber Party".

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252. In July 1999, York City ceased ownership of Bootham Crescent when their real property assets were transferred to a holding company called Bootham Crescent Holdings.

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253. Walt Disney Concert Hall has a seating capacity of 2,265.

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254. Ravi Shankar Prasad hits back at Manmohan Singh, asks how much democracy is left within Congress.

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255. Benedict XVI was elected Pope on 19 April 2005, becoming the 265th pope.

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256. Alicia Keys became involved in the charity Keep a Child Alive, an organization that helps children living with AIDS.

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257. Benedict XVI stayed there while renovations were made to a convent, Mater Ecclesiae, in the southwest corner of Vatican City, which became his residence.

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258. Pope Benedict XVI was the oldest person to be elected pope since 1730.

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259. New York City invented one of the world's first and greatest luxury hotels—the Waldorf Astoria—which invented the velvet rope and its meaning.

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260. Sonam Kapoor is one actor who is known for her interesting choice of roles with performances like Neerja, Veere Di Wedding, Raanjhanaa and Dolly Ki Doli.

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261. In 2007 Pope Benedict XVI approved the decisions of the International Theological Commission, an advisory panel to the Vatican, that the traditional teaching of limbo was "unduly restrictive" and that unbaptized infants could be saved.

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262. On May 4, 2016, Alicia Keys released her first single in four years, entitled "In Common".

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263. Ravi Shankar performed in between 25 and 40 concerts every year during the late 1990s.

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264. New York City invented one of the world's first and greatest luxury hotels—the Waldorf Astoria—which invented the velvet rope and its meaning.

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265. In November 2006, Alicia Keys joined David Bowie for what would turn out to be his final live performance at a fundraising event in New York's Hammerstein Ballroom, where they sang a three-song set which included "Changes".

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266. New York City invented one of the world's first and greatest luxury hotels—the Waldorf Astoria—which invented the velvet rope and its meaning.

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267. Pope Benedict XVI re-introduced several papal garments which had fallen into disuse.

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268. Alicia Keys is known by the pseudonym Alicia Keys, but her full name is Alicia Augello Cook.

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269. In 1956 Ravi Shankar made his American debut in New York City and was received with critical and public acclaim.

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270. Pope Benedict XVI has written 66 books, three encyclicals, and three apostolic exhortations.

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271. Ravi Shankar was one of India's most famous musicians.

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272. Alicia Keys was born in the Hell's Kitchen area of Manhattan, in New York City.

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273. Alicia Keys gave birth to her second child, a son, on December 27, 2014.

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274. Benedict XVI attended the elementary school in Aschau am Inn, which was renamed in his honour in 2009.

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275. Alicia Keys was born on January 21, 1981, in New York City to an Italian-American mother and an African-American father.

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276. Pope Benedict XVI stayed there while renovations were made to a convent, Mater Ecclesiae, in the southwest corner of Vatican City, which became his residence.

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277. New York City invented one of the world's first and greatest luxury hotels—the Waldorf Astoria—which invented the velvet rope and its meaning.

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278. Ravi Shankar Prasad is spearheading the Digital India program as Minister for Electronics and Information Technology since May 2014.

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279. New York City has had large numbers of immigrants for centuries.

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280. On June 30, 2018, Alicia Keys spoke at the Families Belong Together protest.

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281. Benedict XVI is known to be deeply interested in classical music, and is an accomplished pianist.

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282. In 1985, Alicia Keys made an appearance on The Cosby Show at the age of four, where she and a group of girls played the parts of Rudy Huxtable's sleepover guests in the episode "Slumber Party".

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283. In October 2013 Andrea Bocelli bought a second home in North Miami Beach.

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284. New York City invented one of the world's first and greatest luxury hotels—the Waldorf Astoria—which invented the velvet rope and its meaning.

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285. Ravi Shankar Prasad cited former Prime Minister PV Narasimha Rao in this regard and said when the latter died, his body was not kept in the Congress headquarters.

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286. Pope Benedict XVI was the oldest person to be elected pope since 1730.

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287. New York City invented one of the world's first and greatest luxury hotels—the Waldorf Astoria—which invented the velvet rope and its meaning.

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288. Benedict XVI acknowledged the Lutheran church, saying that he has had friends in that denomination.

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289. Ravi Shankar moved to Mumbai and joined the Indian People's Theatre Association, for whom he composed music for ballets in 1945 and 1946.

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290. In 1985, Alicia Keys made an appearance on The Cosby Show at the age of four, where she and a group of girls played the parts of Rudy Huxtable's sleepover guests in the episode "Slumber Party".

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291. In 2005, Alicia Keys was awarded the Songwriters Hall of Fame Hal David Starlight Award, which honors "gifted songwriters who are at an apex in their careers and are making a significant impact in the music industry via their original songs".

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292. At the time of his resignation, Benedict XVI had completed a draft of a fourth encyclical entitled Lumen Fidei.

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293. On 11 February 2013, Benedict XVI unexpectedly announced his resignation in a speech in Latin before the cardinals, citing a "lack of strength of mind and body" due to his advanced age.

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294. New York City invented one of the world's first and greatest luxury hotels—the Waldorf Astoria—which invented the velvet rope and its meaning.

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295. Ravi Shankar contributed his composition Rich a la Rakha to jazz drummer Buddy Rich and tabla player Alla Rakha.

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296. On 9 December 2012, Ravi Shankar was admitted to Scripps Memorial Hospital in La Jolla, San Diego, California after complaining of breathing difficulties.

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297. In 1985, Alicia Keys made an appearance on The Cosby Show at the age of four, where she and a group of girls played the parts of Rudy Huxtable's sleepover guests in the episode "Slumber Party".

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298. Sonam Kapoor studied at the United World College of South East Asia in Singapore for her pre-university education where she studied theater and arts.

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299. Sonam Kapoor has help many charitable organisations for various causes.

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300. Ravi Shankar gave up dancing in 1938 to study sitar playing under court musician Allauddin Khan.

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301. Alicia Keys was expected to make her film debut in late 2003.

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302. Ravi Shankar served as a member of the Rajya Sabha, the upper chamber of the Parliament of India, from 12 May 1986 to 11 May 1992, after being nominated by Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi.

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303. In 1967, Ravi Shankar performed a well-received set at the Monterey Pop Festival.

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304. Ravi Shankar Prasad lived in Varanasi until the age of 10, when he accompanied his older brother, Uday, to Paris.

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305. New York City invented one of the world's first and greatest luxury hotels—the Waldorf Astoria—which invented the velvet rope and its meaning.

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306. Ravi Shankar started his performing career as a dancer in Uday Shankar's troupe.

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307. Walt Disney Concert Hall is the fourth hall of the Los Angeles Music Center, one of the largest performing arts centers in the United States.

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308. In 1935 Uday Ravi Shankar convinced the Maharaja of Maihar to allow the lead musician of his court, Allauddin Khan, to become his group's soloist for a tour of Europe.

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309. New York City needs and wants more transparency, an open government beholden to the constituency, and not to special interests and big money.

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310. In 1949, Ravi Shankar moved to Delhi to accept the director of music post at All-India Radio.

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311. In 2011, Sonam Kapoor starred in Thank You, a comedy about three women who teach a lesson to their philandering husbands.

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312. Ravi Shankar performed his final concert, with daughter Anoushka, on 4 November 2012 at the Terrace Theater in Long Beach, California.

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313. Pope Benedict XVI was viewed during the time of the Council as a reformer, cooperating with theologians like Hans Kung and Edward Schillebeeckx.

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314. Pope Benedict XVI travelled extensively during the first three years of his papacy.

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315. New York City invented one of the world's first and greatest luxury hotels—the Waldorf Astoria—which invented the velvet rope and its meaning.

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316. Andrea Bocelli completed law school and spent one year as a court-appointed lawyer.

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317. New York City invented one of the world's first and greatest luxury hotels—the Waldorf Astoria—which invented the velvet rope and its meaning.

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318. In 1999, Ravi Shankar Prasad was awarded India's highest civilian honour, the Bharat Ratna.

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319. Andrea Bocelli won his first song competition at age 14 with "'O sole mio" at the Margherita d'Oro in Viareggio.

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320. Alicia Keys will portray the classically trained pianist and journalist, who died in a helicopter accident while covering the Vietnam War.

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321. At the time of his resignation, Pope Benedict XVI had completed a draft of a fourth encyclical entitled Lumen Fidei.

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322. New York City invented one of the world's first and greatest luxury hotels—the Waldorf Astoria—which invented the velvet rope and its meaning.

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