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Killer Comeback
Greg Iles is on fire with his latest novel Natchez Burning — an excellent return after the accident that almost killed him
Giant tortoises rally from near extinction on Galapagos island
Numbering just 15 some five decades ago, the tortoises, which can live as long as two centuries, now number about 1,000 and can sustain themselves.
Little Apple: The hit song all of China is singing
Has China found its own Gangnam Style?
‘I only know how to make sense of the world through stories’
Aruni Kashyap’s debut novel The House With A Thousand Stories, set in insurgency-ridden Assam, has raised the bar on English language fiction emerging out of Northeast India
Pure Evil
Stephen King glories in the gory stuff in Mr Mercedes and leaves you with the tingles 
long after the last page has been turned
Chewing too much hassle? Japan’s got just the thing
A Tokyo-based gum-maker has created earphones that record the number of times you move your jaw, along with the speed and strength of each bite.
Sailboats return to Poland's mighty Vistula
The sailboats of yore make a comeback in Poland
Looking for the real Queen of Sheba
Wendell Phillips was still in his mid-20s when he spearheaded his own expedition into the desert of what is today Yemen.
Book Review: Delivering a Slam Dunk
Ian McEwan’s The Children Act released recently to a flurry of guarded reviews, some strong commendations, and a controversy involving his ex-wife. We examine the master of letters’ 13th novel about a high court judge, her crumbling marriage and a verdict that changes her life. In typical McEwan style, The Children Act is unputdownable and hauntingly beautiful
Hijabi hipsters fuse fashion with faith
Muslim hijabi hipsters are reinterpreting traditional notions of what it means to dress conservatively
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