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Papa's never too old for digital age
For people trying to get their ageing parents on the web so they can read e-mail and get digital photos of the family, Microsoft Corp. has a message: Don't give up....  | Read.. 
 
Janet-wise Bowl opts for Paul
Paul McCartney will be the featured performer in the next Super Bowl halftime show and organisers promised there won't be an ...  | Read.. 
 
Sandwich loses a slice of pride
It survived the birth of the industrial revolution, prospered through the height of the British Empire and emerged unsca ...  | Read.. 
 
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Are you going my way, brother'
The year was 1999. It was a sunny morning in October and Sriparna Banerjee, an employee of the central government's Ground Water Board in Calcutta, boarded a train to Delhi, f...  | Read.. 
 
Coffee break: Home truths
Alok and Rakhi were in the middle of a heated discussion when I dropped in on them recently. The subject was the virtues or otherwise of boarding school. Their son Vir had bee...  | Read.. 
 
Nicole Richie, daughter of singer Lionel Richie, at a welcome party after a month-long trip for the Reality TV show The Simple Life. Nicole and ...  | Read