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With 9/11, Love is too heavy for BA
It is meant to be one of the most cheerful and uplifting films of the moment, but Love Actually, the box office hit seen by millions of Britons, has been judged to be too frightening for airline passengers....  | Read.. 
 
America has a new queen of stress
Move over New York, take a hike Miami, New Orleans, Las Vegas, Dallas and Detroit. You may have stress but none of you have ...  | Read.. 
 
Maradona, uncensored
Graphic scenes filled with drugs, sweat and tears marked the premiere last night of a stage musical chronicling the turbulen ...  | Read.. 
 
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Yoga: Mind over matter
The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali define asanas as “Sthiram Sukham Asanam”. It means that an asana is a position in which the body is steady (sthiram) and comfortable (sukha...  | Read.. 
 
Body Watch
Q: I am thinking of entering a marathon next year and am looking for a comprehensive book on running. Could you please suggest one' Could you also give me a few warm-up tip ...  | Read.. 
 
Prince William of Britain plans to join the royal family’s own bank, Coutts and Co., to gain experience in handling finances. A report in the Sunda ...  | Read