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Save head, slow down brain
Keeping a cool head may have real advantages for batsmen at the crease, according to new research among cricketers....  | Read.. 
 
How to catch a liar
A new way of spotting a liar has been devised by a psychologist who has discovered that it takes longer to tell a lie th ...  | Read.. 
 
Close confidant keeps heart attacks at bay
Heart patients who have someone close to confide in are less likely to suffer another cardiac attack, a study claims. ...  | Read.. 
 
CONSUMERS
 
AIDS and the social conscience
Unit for unit, big-timers or small-timers, Indian theatre displays more overt social concerns than any other art form. Bengali theatre has come up with some strong statements ...  | Read.. 
 
The flavour of farce
Ballot buttons of the land/ Who’ll be dealt the strongest hand'/Saffron, red, tri-coloured bands/Which party’s wish is your command'...  | Read.. 
 
Shower on parched soil
Taking the stage as the concluding artiste of the classical evening presented by Sangeet Piyasi on April 9 at Uttam Mancha, Jayati Bagchi surprised listeners with her choice o...  | Read.. 
 
ART BRIEFS
Respect for the past
Motifs of Rajasthan
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Spanish actor Penelope Cruz at a film award function in Rome on Wednesday. (Reuters)