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President skids, from a bicycle and at Cannes
For Charlize Theron, playing real people is the ultimate challenge — she loves getting under their skin on screen....  | Read.. 
 
Bush takes it on the chin
President George W. Bush suffered minor abrasions after falling off a mountain bike while cycling on his Texas ranch yesterd ...  | Read.. 
 
Fahrenheit shoots up at the festival
The Cannes film festival has given Michael Moore the perfect platform to harangue President George W. Bush after award- ing ...  | Read.. 
 
As blue as a rose' Soon enough
It is the “Holy Grail” of horticulture and soon it could make the perfect present for Mother’s Day: scientists have foun ...  | Read.. 
 
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Don’t eat your heart out
It’s a holiday (you thought) but the boss has called in for a meeting for which you’re anything but prepared. The children are crowding around you for help with the next day’s...  | Read.. 
 
Diet Watch
Q: I work at a call centre from midnight to six in the morning five days a week. During this time, I drink three to four cups of coffee or strong tea to keep myself awake. ...  | Read.. 
 
Get Fit with Pilates
This stretch will be the last in the series limited specifically to the lower back. This will help de-stress and battle the ...  | Read.. 
 
Dilip Kumar hugs Shah Rukh Khan after winning the International Indian Film Academy award for outstanding achievement in Indian cinema. (Reuters)
Preity Zinta smiles after winning the International Indian Film Academy’s best actor award in Singapore on Saturday. (Reuters)