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Colas rattle cage to catch carb-counters’ eye
Major soda companies have been spinning out new flavours for years without a lot success at jump-starting sales, which have been growing annually at a paltry half-per cent since 1998 in America. So the soft drink giants are trying again — with c...  | Read.. 
 
No more patriot games
A brand name author with many admirers in the military criticised the US-led invasion of Iraq, citing it as proof that “good ...  | Read.. 
 
Goodbye French wine, hello mafia red
Forget about French vintage wine that can set you back a week’s pay. If you really want to impress guests and spice up the t ...  | Read.. 
 
American brings Jazeera to America
When the US went to war against Iraq, Jehane Noujaim went out to make a documentary about something many Americans regarded ...  | Read.. 
 
Madonna reinvented in combat gear
Madonna kicked off her worldwide “Re-Invention” tour yesterday with an extravagant and politically charged show that featur ...  | Read.. 
 
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Pirates ahoy
The scene is familiar. By the roadside in Old Delhi’s Chandni Chowk area, hawkers are peddling hundreds of audio cassettes and compact discs. Like a heap of potatoes, they are...  | Read.. 
 
Case File
I have been running a medicine shop in Calcutta since 1953. The shop, formed by four partners including myself, was officially solemnised in 1959 through a partnership dee...  | Read.. 
 
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Madonna performs at the Great Western Forum in Los Angeles on Monday. (AP)