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Access to Hasina, Khaleda restricted
Access to Bangladesh’s two top political leaders was tightly restricted today, supporters said, although the interim authority running the South Asian country said they had freedom of movement. ...  | Read.. 
Queen pokes fun at Bush
Queen Elizabeth flashed a bit of royal wit at President George W. Bush yesterday, getting back at him for a faux pas a day earlier that nearly placed her in the 18th century. ...  | Read.. 
Tornado slip by Obama
Barack Obama, the Democratic Senator from Illinois who has lit up the early days of the long American presidential election campaign, is rarely considered similar to the ...  | Read.. 
Net abuzz with petitions from Paris fans & foes
The Internet was abuzz with rival petitions yesterday from fans and foes of jail-bound heiress Paris Hilton alternately asking California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger to pa ...  | Read.. 
The noisiest Hilton
The Hilton who made the most noise in and out of court last week was not named Paris. ...  | Read.. 
LA fire forces rich to flee
Six hundred firefighters made major progress today against a wildfire in a landmark Los Angeles park that has charred hundreds of acres in the Hollywood Hills and forced wea ...  | Read.. 
Actress Cameron Diaz at an MTV programme in New York. (AP)
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Why men like to gaze at the female form
Men find photos of the opposite sex much more “rewarding” than women, new research cl..  | Read.. 
Scientists compile site of life
From apples to zebras, all 1.8 million known plant and animal species will be listed in an Internet..  | Read.. 
Unilever to ban thin models
Anglo-Dutch consumer products group Unilever NV/Plc decided ...  | Read.. 

US fully backs Wolfowitz
The White House today expressed continued full support for ...  | Read..