Day In a Page
Monday, 7 February 2011
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- Jack LaLanne: Nutritionist and fitness guru celebrated for his spectacular stunts
- Isaiah Stein: Activist who played a significant role in the overthrowing of apartheid
- Major Dick Winters: Soldier whose wartime exploits were chronicled in ‘Band of Brothers’
- John Barry
- Gary Moore: Virtuoso guitarist who had his biggest hits with Phil Lynott and Thin Lizzy
- Bill Hogg: Administrator who oversaw rugby union's move to professionalism
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- Leading article: Clumsy decentralisation gives succour to the BBC's enemies
- Leading article: Mr Cameron fails to make a constructive contribution
- Leading article: Questions conveniently overlooked
- Leading article: A test of faith for the White House
- Leading article: The star-mangled banner
- Laeding article: Keep on running
- Guy Adams: Great Britons? Or just superheroes
- Ben Emmerson: The European Court of Human Rights enhances our democracy
- Fawaz A Gerges: This Brotherhood has a real sense of purpose
- Ben Chu: The return of the bond vigilantes. Or not.
- John Rentoul: Rank Play-Acting
- John Rentoul: (Tiny Corner of) Paradise Regained
- Deborah Ross: New clothes are a ticket to nowhere fast
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- England blow as Eoin Morgan is ruled out of World Cup
- Trott was hot but has 6-1 loss hurt global goal?
- James Lawton: Banishment of brilliant young hope Amir is the greatest scandal of all
- Pakistan trio to appeal bans as ICC claims cricket is clean
- Nathan Hauritz and Mike Hussey to miss World Cup for Australia
- ICC encouraged by World Cup stadium progress
- Ponting fit enough to 'play tomorrow'
- Ashes victory trumps one-day humiliation says Andrew Strauss
- Morgan likely to miss World Cup after tour ends with a whimper
Life and Style RSS Feed - click to grab the feed
- Weekly fashion indicators: that 70s feel
- Beauty chain launches ingredient-focused online shopping
- Bonham Carter predicts Oscars outfit 'catastrophe'
- Social media fashion index: what new designer collaboration is keeping Converse on top?
- Social media beauty index: get advice from the hair experts
- Tom Ford is NOT remaking 'Roller Boogie'
- Will Tumblr displace Facebook in fashion?
- Watch: video highlights from Stockholm Fashion Week
- Paco Rabanne label returns to ready-to-wear
- Watch: video highlights from Copenhagen Fashion Week
- Skincare dos and don'ts for acne and rosacea
- Want to live to be 100? Get moving and be social
- Are brains shrinking to make us smarter?
- WHO confirms swine flu vaccine child narcolepsy concerns
- Junk food diet linked to lower IQ - study
- Universal flu vaccine successfully tested: report
- Mom's work linked to kids' obesity: study
- Sci-fi spray gun cuts healing time for burns
- Leafy greens fuel more efficient muscles
- Boost your mood with an outdoor winter workout
- 'Tsunami' of obesity worldwide: study
- Controversial diet may improve ADHD, researchers say
- Nokia gets delayed E7 mobile phone in some stores this week
- The most popular Diggs: Digg's new design, Bing copies from Google, Conan
- Smartphone usage in the US jumps by 60 percent: comScore
- Current Twitter trends: Old Spice Guy, Jules Verne, 'Born This Way'
- Russian faithful flock to get 'sacred texts' on mobiles
- Facebook photos swiped for dating website
- Consumers in emerging markets using multi SIM cards for cheaper calls
- Motorola tablet pricing leak has bloggers' jaws dropping
- Current Google Insights trends: Liverpool vs. Chelsea, Kim Kardashian's ad, WWE
- Current Twitter trends: Super Bowl, Gary Moore, Puppy Bowl
- Most followed microbloggers: Lady Gaga breaks 8 million fan milestone
- Weekly international iPhone apps: Finger Cutter, Balloon Animals, Sand Slides
- 85 percent of US adults own cellphone: survey
- Pocket camcorders bring new form, functions to home movies
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- International top tracks on Last.fm: Rihanna, Adele
- Grammy's web pre-show broadcast begins on Friday
- Most blogged artists: Fleet Foxes, White Stripes, James Blake
- Coldplay to headline Glastonbury Festival
- Weekly US music releases: Motörhead, Cut Copy and Teddy Thompson
- Most blogged artists: Fleet Foxes, The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, Cold War Kids
- Jagger, Eminem, Gaga and Bieber to perform at the Grammy Awards
Travel RSS Feed - click to grab the feed
- Vietnam rebrands itself 'A Different Orient'
- Boutique hotel proposed for JFK airport
- Cyprus tourism income up 3.8% in 2010
- Premium economy coming to Delta
- Index of air quality in the world's major cities: February 8
- Palestinians want Bethlehem on UN heritage list
- 2011's tourism hotspots: what to do in Turku, Finland
- How to find out how far your hotel is from the beach
- Chinese tourists 'spend over $3 bln in Taiwan'
- Steamy marketing lands Virgin with hottest crew
- Qantas praised for 'best cellars in the sky'
- Airline is first to link central Tokyo with Narita airport by chopper
- Lisbon still reigns with world's best hostels
- Armani denies plans for luxury hotel in Russia
- Australia agenda: Perth International Arts Festival
- Index of air quality in the world's major cities: February 7
The secret report that helps Israelis to hide facts
A day in the life of Vladimir Putin: The dictator in his labyrinth
A new Russian revolution: The cracks are starting to appear in Putin’s Kremlin power bloc
Were 'Poor Doors' added to mixed developments so wealthy residents don't have to go in alongside social housing tenants?
Arizona execution lasts two hours as killer Joseph Wood left 'snorting and gasping' for air
Opponents of Israel's military operation in Gaza are the real enemies of Middle Eastern peace
- 1 Woman and two children killed by mob in riots over 'blasphemous' Facebook post in Pakistan
- 2 Christians: The world's most persecuted people
- 3 The secret report that helps Israelis to hide facts
- 4 Danish TV reporter is all business up top, all party down below
- 5 Denmark bans kosher and halal slaughter as minister says ‘animal rights come before religion’