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Night-shift women face cancer risk
Women who work night shifts are more likely to get breast cancer because their bodies produce far less of a vital hormone that inhibits the disease, according to research published today....  | Read.. 
 
A '6-million party from dad to daughter
A New York body armour tycoon has spent '6 million on his 12-year-old daughter’s coming-of-age party, flying in Tom ...  | Read.. 
 
Jessica name caught in row
What’s in a name' ...  | Read.. 
 
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Melancholy strains of Karbala
Brhaddesi Sangeet Mahotsav (November 21-25) was the most unique musical event that the city has experienced in recent times. Organised by Sangeet Natak Akademi (SNA) and suppo...  | Read.. 
 
Mainstream mingles with marginal
Wresting recognition for rural expressions from urban connoisseurs has been a quite remarkable project CIMA seems to have taken up in recent times. Its shows have accorded the...  | Read.. 
 
Treat of love
One wished the young turks of Bengal, usually apathetic to the lyrics of compositions, could listen to Ustad Rashid Khan’s lovingly treated Aaj so bana, a much mis...  | Read.. 
 
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Russian Svetlana Izambayeva, winner of the first beauty pageant among HIV-infected women, Miss Positive, at a news conference in Moscow on Thursday. ( ...  | Read