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Wake-up call for lazy France
Francis Mer could be relaxing in the Caribbean if he wanted. Instead, France’s 64-year-old finance minister gets up routinely at 5.30 am, exercises for half an hour on his rowing machine and then works a 14-hour day....  | Read.. 
 
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After the grilling
In the human race, the sub-species called ‘parents’ would do anything for the preservation and progress of its young. They subject themselves to the most arduous and humiliati...  | Read.. 
 
Coffee break: Resolution time
A split second separates December 31 from January 1, in much the same way a split second separates any day from the one that follows it. Yet which of us believes that it is th...  | Read.. 
 
Dilemmas
I got married six months ago. Within a few days of marriage, my wife started showing abnormal behaviour. We informed her family but they ignored the matter. Then we took he...  | Read.. 
 
Francis Mer: Get up, get going