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More to beauty than what beholder sees
Scientists have found the true measure of beauty after conducting the first three-dimensional study of women’s bodies....  | Read.. 
 
Janet record
Janet Jackson’s “wardrobe malfunction” during a half-time Super Bowl performance has become the most-searched image in Inter ...  | Read.. 
 
Diagnosed: the hospital noise effect
Patients who have complained they cannot get any rest in noisy hospitals were vindicated yesterday with a report confirming ...  | Read.. 
 
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Hardly a crowd of stars
The most remarkable thing about Uttarpara Sangeet Chakra’s annual music conferences at the Jaikrishna Public Library ground is that the organisers never cram too many artistes...  | Read.. 
 
Opening partnership fails, like cricket
Theatre is like one-day cricket in some ways. If the openers cannot make an impact in the first 15 overs (corresponding to the first 15 minutes in theatre), it means an uphill...  | Read.. 
 
Conflict and cooperation
The main thrust of contemporary three-dimensionalists, despite differences in terms of personal style, may be seen as a process of resolution of the apparent dichotomy between...  | Read.. 
 
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