Health and beauty the Ayurvedic way

Fed up with conventional health and beauty treatments that don’t work? Then why not give the Ayurvedic approach a go…

India's new fashion generation blooms

India’s second generation of fashion designers aren’t afraid to experiment and finally they are starting to make their mark in the international arena…

How to get fit and make friends

As pavements, cycle paths and office stairwells disappear, our health problems are rising. But there’s plenty you can do to stay the right side of the statistics…

Iraq Kurds fear oppression by 'Arab government'

As uncertainty grows in Iraq over the feasibility of holding elections, Kurds in the North of the country are facing their own concerns over representation…

Bangladesh celebrate first Test victory

Bangladesh end a four-year wait for their maiden Test victory as they record a win against Zimbabwe in Chittagong…

Keane man on success, songs and Steve Lamacq

Interview The frontman of the Mercury Music Prize nominated group explains why they certainly aren't just another Travis or Coldplay…

Smashing stereotypes of disabled people

Britain's disabled have long been subject to common prejudices, but, as one man explains, public views are best influenced by the disabled themselves.

Binge drinking is Britain's shame

The UK’s binge drinking culture continues into 2005 with no real solution in sight…

Outrage over Dublin congestion charge

Plans to introduce a congestion charge into Dublin city have caused outrage in the Irish capital…

Irish banks are failing Mac users

Users of Apple Macs are being treated as second-class customers when it comes to internet banking in Ireland…

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