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Scratch a card and crack the Code
Scratchcards, usually associated with lottery games offering “instant cash prizes”, are to be put to a more elevated use ' debunking The Da Vinci Code....  | Read.. 
 
Harry portly row rages
J.K. Rowling, creator of Harry Potter, has hit back at critics who accused her of hypocrisy for attacking skinny models. ...  | Read.. 
 
Meet the celeb trial tracker
Some people vie to be in the same room as celebrities, but Mona Shafer Edwards does one better. She captures them at their m ...  | Read.. 
 
A violin that will Hammer records
Auction house Christie’s unveiled a Stradivarius violin on Thursday that it said could fetch more than $2 million next ...  | Read.. 
 
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Pedal through a road less travelled
Imagine cycling in deep valleys and through undulating nature trails, or pedalling up a steep mountain slope and then racing down on an incline. Sounds exciting, doesn’t ...  | Read.. 
 
A tourist bus covered with an advertisement for The Da Vinci Code in front of St Peter’s Square at the Vatican on Friday. The movie premieres at the Cannes Film Festival in France next week. The Vatican urged the public to shun the film, describing it as perversely anti-Christian. (AFP)