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Peter Pan grows up to scare and charm
Rarely has Peter Pan seemed so grown up....  | Read.. 
 
‘Cuisine’ loses taste for cannibal
A London-based hotel worker told a German court yesterday how he was chained to a bed by a self-confessed cannibal and h ...  | Read.. 
 
A-bomber flies into a howl
The Enola Gay, the aircraft that dropped the atom bomb on Hiroshima, went on display, fully restored, for the first time ...  | Read.. 
 
Harry hangs up jackaroo boots for beach blast
Wearing white boardshorts and accompanied by some bikini-clad friends, Prince Harry enjoyed the Australian sun and surf ...  | Read.. 
 
Ryder earns court’s good marks
Actress Winona Ryder has reappeared in court, where a judge praised her for her commitment to a probation order imposed ...  | Read.. 
 
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Your sting versus my sting
Is a sting operation justified under the law' Is there a thing under the ‘law of privacy’ in India, if it exists, which doesn’t tolerate such nonsense as what the BJP did on A...  | Read.. 
 
Case File
A piece of land (about six kattah) within the CMC area was given on lease for 21 years in 1971 on the condition that the period would be further enhanced to another ...  | Read.. 
 
Street Legal
On a roll
Imperfect demand
Cosmetic solution
 
Pop idol hopefuls Alexander Klaws from Germany (left) and Kelly Clarkson from the US at the World Idol competition in London on Monday. Eleven pop id ...  | Read