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The politics of love


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The Politics of LoveIf love is just one big power struggle, with a huge territory to be gained or lost (much vaster than a mere Kashmir, let me tell you!), then here are some of the rules men and women reluctantly confess to:

From the guys:

If you drank too much last night, and behaved like a bit of an ass NEVER admit it. She will turn you into a teetoller. Say it was bad booze, say it is because you were so exhausted, say you had a fever coming on which reacted badly (!) with the booze!

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ON SCREEN - Fantastic Four-Rise of the Silver Surfer


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Fantastic Four-Rise of the Silver SurferFilm : Fantastic Four- Rise of the Silver Surfer
Starring : Ioan Gruffeld, Jessica Alba, Chris Evans, Michael Chiklis, Julian McMahon
Director: Tim Story

From the marvel comics stable comes yet another action-packed adventure of the Fantastic Four.  This time theres the usual action but also some heavy duty romance, humour and emotions as well!

The planet is in danger with Galactus out to devour it. To make things easier for itself, Galactus has sent a mysterious being, a silver surfer, who is out creating craters amidst oceans and high energy fields to destroy life on earth. Meanwhile, oblivious to the imminent dangers, Sue and Reed are about to get married.
 
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Cats vs. Dogs


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Cats vs. DogsIn ‘The Cat Who Walked By Himself’, probably the most thrilling piece of prose he ever wrote, Rudyard Kipling tells the story of the primeval family, when Man and Woman set up home in a cave. Soon after putting up the horse-hide curtain that will be the entrance to the home, Woman succeeds in domesticating the Horse, the Dog and the Cow, and making them play by her rules. But although the Cat looks in and sees the tempting meat she is cooking, the comfortable fire that she has made to keep away the cold, he never goes in or submits to her conditions.

It is after a baby is born to Man and Woman that Cat makes his presence secure in the home – without being bound by its rules! He makes the baby laugh and gurgle, calms it to sleep, and kills a mouse who threatens the Woman’s serenity. The Woman then has to accept that he is free to come and go as he likes, and stay within the house when he chooses. Anyone who has had an adult tom cat will tell you that this is pretty much what cats do! However domesticated cats are, they never lose that wild streak that sets them apart from other ‘pets’.

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