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The more we develop our 'observing self', the better we can control how negative thoughts affect the choices we make in life.
'Wizards Of Warna Walk', the Malaysian adaptation of popular American series Wizard's Of Waverly Place, casts Datuk Afdlin Shauki, Carmen Soo, Emma Sofea, Mia Sara and Idan Aedan.
Doctors need to be aware that senior citizens might have different priorities when it comes to surgery, than younger patients.
Toni Morrison, the first African American woman to win the Nobel Prize for Literature, has died following a brief illness.
Two or three times a week the postman shows up at a cemetery in the eastern French town of Charleville-Mezieres with a letter for French poet Arthur Rimbaud who continues to stir passions 127 years after his death
Four years ago, Booked Out columnist Sharmilla Ganesan set out to read her way through the titles in '1001 Books To Read Before You Die'. With this column she bids farewell to the adventure with a bit of help from Ursula K. Le Guin, an author she re-visits to find a new favourite.
The writer's family saved a Schnauzer from his previous owner, who had totally neglected him. When the dog first arrived at their doorstep, his fur was unkempt and he looked traumatised. Gradually, they restored him to good health and found a wonderful home for him.
A lack of successful buyers marks the demise of troubled French fashion label Sonia Rykiel that once symbolised the rebellious spirit of 1960s Paris.
There are many ways to prevent unwanted pregnancies but it is up to the couple to select a suitable birth control measure.