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Allende sorry for remarks about mystery novels
Allende said on the programme that she was “not a fan of mysteries” and that she had a hard time connecting to some of the recent best-sellers.
The (Rock and) Rolling Stones
It’s a heady mix of blues and rock, a sound that has defined a band for over 50 years. The Rolling Stones 
are in Abu Dhabi today to dish out music that defined generations and defied the world
Singapore: The big little city
Singapore woos high-fliers, history buffs, and foodies in one tiny island setting
British teen's 1914 diary brought to life on Twitter
16-year-old British teen’s 1914 diary from Paris brought to life on Twitter, rivets social media fans
Valentine’s Day: Making love last life
There are no quick tips or recipes to making love last. It’s about maintaining an emotional connection, says clinical counsellor Shereen Khan
Book Review: The Diary of Malala
The Nobel Peace Prize shortlisted young girl, who miraculously survived an attack by the Taleban in Pakistan, tells her life story
Lone Algerian crash survivor joins a ‘lucky’ group
The Algerian soldier who was the sole survivor of the crash of a military jet that killed 76 joins a group of people who carry a burden unique to those who live through mass tragedy.
“Every age thinks of itself as the most anxious”
The Atlantic magazine editor suffers from a litany of fears most readers have never heard about.
New smartphone game, a cure for cancer?
By engaging in the new ‘Genes to Space’ game, players spot patterns in vast amounts of genetic data, hopefully leading researchers to a cure...
Book review: Harvest by Jim Crace
In his 2013 Man Booker Prize-shortlisted Harvest, Jim Crace weaves a tale of displacement and loss, using rhythmic prose based on the tradition of oral narrative
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