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After Janet boos, twin glory for Justin
Justin Timberlake, the night of his infamous “wardrobe malfunction” duet with Janet Jackson just a memory, yesterday landed two of the top awards at the Brits, the UK record industry’s big night of the year....  | Read.. 
 
Livingstone message up for auction
A dramatic message asking for supplies left by the explorer David Livingstone in a bottle at the mouth of an African riv ...  | Read.. 
 
King’s football fetish
He was famous for drinking, hunting, jousting and having six wives. But historians now think King Henry VIII may have had a ...  | Read.. 
 
Privacy suit takes Naomi before Lords
Supermodel Naomi Campbell made a surprise appearance today in Britain’s House of Lords — the highest court in the land — as ...  | Read.. 
 
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Half a measure
It’s like the curate’s egg — good only in parts. Just a few months back, scores of retired employees fighting for dues denied, had hailed it as a much-needed reform. A speedy ...  | Read.. 
 
Check-out: When all’s not well on the flight
All airlines promptly take the telephone numbers of the passengers at the time of booking the ticket — how many ever bother to call up and inform the passenger if the flight i...  | Read.. 
 
Helpline
I opted for conversion of US-64 units to tax-free US-64 bond and accordingly submitted the option form, giving my new bank account details to the Unit Trust of India, Fairl...  | Read.. 
 
Beyonce Knowles holds her award for Best International Female Solo Artist at the Brit Awards in London on Tuesday. (Reuters)