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Meet Stalin, not dreaded dictator but ‘a people person’
He had a fine tenor voice and could be a warm and generous man, tucking children into bed, caring for a sick friend or ordering his chauffeur to pick up rain-soaked people at a bus stop....  | Read.. 
 
Prince in save Dracula project
The Prince of Wales has joined a battle to save hundreds of historic villages in the heart of Transylvania, which are under ...  | Read.. 
 
Cosmos’ boxing champs
A pair of hot, young stars, circling each other like boxers looking for an opening, are the new heavyweight champions of th ...  | Read.. 
 
‘Aristocrat’ Paltrow to play Dietrich
Actor Gwyneth Paltrow will produce and star in a feature film about German screen siren Marlene Dietrich, Hollywood trade pa ...  | Read.. 
 
Bugs in the gut, ache in the head
Bugs in the gut may be causing many allergy symptoms felt in the head, from runny noses to trouble breathing, researchers sa ...  | Read.. 
 
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A twilight world
Amina Ahmed Kar’s promising career was struck by misfortune rather too early in the day and drained her of creative energy around the initial years of the 1990s. Her personal ...  | Read.. 
 
Sarod player classical to the core
The Ramakrishna Mission Institute of Culture presented a sarod recital by Narendranath Dhar of Lucknow at the Vivekananda Hall. A senior representative of the Gwalior S...  | Read.. 
 
Love and its enemies
To mark the 25th year of the foundation of the Mamata Shankar Ballet Tro-upe, its members staged two of their debut productions...  | Read.. 
 
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Nazrul in safe hands
Call of conscience
Depth and magnitude
 
Supermodel Gisele Bundchen laughs at a question during an interview before meeting fans at the reopening of the Victoria’s Secret store in Boston on Wednesday. (Reuters)