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Willow victory lap, on open-top bus
A 20-year-old Indian girl had a ringside seat today as the victorious England cricket team celebrated their Ashes triumph with a parade in an open-top bus which took them from Mansion House to Lord’s with stops at Trafalgar Square and 10 Do...  | Read.. 
 
Matter, not glitter, for glam girls
Glittering Academy Award winners Charlize Theron and Gwyneth Paltrow brought decidedly unglamorous roles to the Toronto Inte ...  | Read.. 
 
Madonna magic fails Ritchie
Hours after Madonna, her arm in a sling following a riding accident, stood alongside her husband Guy Ritchie at the Toro ...  | Read.. 
 
Cereal secret for fat women
Women who favour cereal for breakfast tend to weigh less than their peers who opt for other breakfast foods or who skip the ...  | Read.. 
 
MJ rocks for Katrina
Michael Jackson (in picture) has recruited pop superstar Mariah Carey, rappers Snoop Dogg and Jay Z, “Godfather ...  | Read.. 
 
Alicia unplugged: still on a roll
Doesn’t Alicia Keys ever rest' Typically, in a world as strenuous as that of pop music, you worry about an artist t ...  | Read.. 
 
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Communal bias in building blocks
A recent resolution passed by his housing society in Tardeo, Mumbai, has left Nirav Shah an embittered man. At its annual general meeting last month, the Talmakiwadi Housing S...  | Read.. 
 
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Rachel and Holly Flintoff, wife and daughter of Andrew Flintoff, on board the bus with the victorious England squad in London. (Reuters)