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Ok to be nice in business
Business etiquette coach Barbara Pachter likes to tell the story of a financial executive who, dining with a potential client, licked his knife clean at the end of the meal....  | Read.. 
 
Stylist reveals ‘spoilt’ U2
U2’s former stylist said yesterday that she thought the rock band were spoilt when she described in court how she u ...  | Read.. 
 
Pet poachers on prowl
Animal organisations called on dog owners to take steps to safeguard their pets after claims that a dog was stolen at gunpoi ...  | Read.. 
 
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More-than-necessary experiments
Gender posers, a few good performances and a more-than-necessary dose of experimentation ' that more or less sums up the first weekend of Odeon 2005. But the event, supported ...  | Read.. 
 
Captivating aura of the adhunik trio
Romance of writing letters may be a thing of past, but the songs capturing its essence continue to move the Bengali middle class, as Banashri Sengupta’s rendition of A...  | Read.. 
 
Novels in dance
Twenty five years is a long time in an arti-ste’s life to understand the nuances of an art form, to assess the purpose of pursuing an artistic career. But this reviewer e...  | Read.. 
 
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Penelope Cruz in Madrid on Thursday. Cruz will star in Spanish director Pedro Almodovar's movie Volver (Return), which he is scheduled t ...  | Read