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Norah album shoots to top in a week
Sultry vocalist Norah Jones swept back to the pinnacle of the US pop charts yesterday as her second release, Feels Like Home, became the first album in nearly three years to sell more than 1 million copies in its first week in stores....  | Read.. 
 
Last puff for smoky pubs
Smoking in pubs, clubs and at work will be banned in the Irish Republic at the end of next month, it was announced yest ...  | Read.. 
 
Sex and the City, born again and bigger
The four women who have spiced up Manhattan’s singles scene for six seasons on Sex and the City may be headed to the ...  | Read.. 
 
CONSUMERS
 
Sounds too simplistically schematic
Local Hindi theatre received a boost with the latest productions by two relatively new groups consisting mainly of young members. Both of them tackled plays that had created q...  | Read.. 
 
Verging on the abstract
Paresh Maity’s meteoric rise at a fairly early age as an outstanding water-colourist and seascape painter in the British academic style a la Turner was, however, cloude...  | Read.. 
 
Old-world charm
Vasant Panchami, the age-old Indian version of Valentine’s Day, announces the arrival of spring or Vasant, the bosom friend of Kamdev – the god of love. Basubati Natmandir, ho...  | Read.. 
 
ART BRIEFS
Karna’s unselfishness
Cupid-struck thoughts
Impishly hurried
 
US actress Chloe Sevigny (left) and model Linda Evangelista at a dinner in London on Wednesday. (AP)