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Eriksson’s tigress keeps her claws hidden for now
In the battlefield that is Sven-Goran Eriksson’s not-so-private private life, Nancy Dell’Olio’s weapon of choice has always been her wardrobe. That and the occasional well-aimed plate....  | Read.. 
 
No more kids, says Jackson
Beleaguered pop star Michael Jackson denied on Tuesday a magazine report that he is about to become a father to quadruplets ...  | Read.. 
 
Bad behaviour' Blame it all on your genes
The throw of the genetic dice helps to determine whether you see the world with pent up anger or placidly turn the other ...  | Read.. 
 
CONSUMERS
 
Responsive, restrained reading of poems
Joy Goswami represents that section of the Bengali middle class which looks up to Rabindranath Tagore as a shishya looks up to the guru. Only this May, Goswami wrote a ...  | Read.. 
 
A macabre juxtaposition
Since the much-belated publication of Manjula Padmanabhan’s Lights Out in 2000, I have recommended it to directors who occasionally ask for titles worth staging. None o...  | Read.. 
 
Rare brilliance
DL. Roy’s 141st birth anniversary celebrations by Sur Dhara at Sisir Mancha on July 19 saw veteran exponents of Roy’s music, Krishna Chattopadhyay and Dilip Kumar Roy (who ha...  | Read.. 
 
ART BRIEFS
Aesthetic possibilities
Not-so-chilling climax
Utterly realistic
 
Actors Brittany Murphy and Holly Hunter (right) at the world premiere of their film Little Black Book in New York. (Reuters)