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Since 1st March, 1999
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Life and plight of Pluto, the planet that never was
Itís smaller than Earthís moon, has a funky way of orbiting the Sun, and lurks so far out on the fringes of the solar system even the powerful Hubble Space Telescope has to squint to see it....  | Read.. 
 
No more hasty Vegas weddings
Spontaneous lovebirds and celebrities take note: there wonít be any more early morning quickie marriages in Vegas. ...  | Read.. 
 
Money is the real star
Being a big Hollywood star means getting luxury cars as gifts, visiting exotic locales on the studiosí dime and cas ...  | Read.. 
 
CONSUMERS
 
Romancing the rain
Itís raining everywhere ó both outside and inside the city auditoriums. And once again Rabindrasangeet is providing the means to convey the euphoric high that we are expe...  | Read.. 
 
Well begun
The Institute of Culture presented three budding young musicians on the evening of 17th August at Vivekananda Hall. ...  | Read.. 
 
Poetic expressions
Sailen Mitra has always been at the thick of the modern art movement, but few outside the art circle know about him because of the low profile he maintained. A retrospective e...  | Read.. 
 
ART BRIEFS
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British photographer Penny Lancaster next to a portrait of her fiance, singer Rod Stewart, at the opening of the Pet Pawtraits calendar exhibition at ...  | Read