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Thinkers’ Gauloises goes up in smoke
The French writer, Jean-Paul Sartre, was rarely photographed without a Gauloises in his hand. ...  | Read.. 
 
Bond is a tough suit to fill
Where is James Bond' ...  | Read.. 
 
Enter, digital downloads
The summer that marked the death throes of the much-loved music cassette is to end with the mass-market launch of its su ...  | Read.. 
 
The Boss steps into portals of academia
A Marxist Perspective on ‘Darkness on the Edge of Town’ and The Boss and the Bible are among the aca ...  | Read.. 
 
Saturn moon heat mystery
Space scientists said yesterday that they were baffled and excited at the discovery of a mysterious heat source beneath ...  | Read.. 
 
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The plastic menace
Dr Sukanta Mishra, a Calcutta-based gynaecologist and professor at the Vivekananda Institution of Medical Sciences, Calcutta, came home from work one afternoon to find a crisp...  | Read.. 
 
Check-out: A matter of principle
Insurance companies may cry themselves hoarse over the loss suffered on account of floods in Mumbai, but when it comes to indemnifying the loss suffered by the insured, they h...  | Read.. 
 
Liz Hurley arrives on stage to promote her new range of clothing in Melbourne on Wednesday. (AFP)