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Hindustantimes.com  New Delhi, October 21, 2013
First Published: 17:23 IST(21/10/2013) | Last Updated: 17:27 IST(21/10/2013)

After scoring big on day one (averaging around Rs. 12.75 crore), the ticket collections for Boss dipped sharply on Thursday, Delhi has the highest monthly per capita income in the country, but unemployed people may not be getting best of the economic boom, with a wish to see 'Lassi' as the next name of Google's Android operating system and to create awarness about and garner support for their campaign, a team of students from IIT Kharagpur are touring the length and breadth of the country. Here are some of the most read stories on the site.

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IIT-Kharagpur team roots for 'Lassi' as Google's next Android version's name
With a wish to see 'Lassi' as the next name of Google's Android operating system and to create awarness about and garner support for their campaign, a team of students from IIT Kharagpur are touring the length and breadth of the country.

Akshay Kumar's Boss averages Rs. 40 crore
After scoring big on day one (averaging around Rs. 12.75 crore), the ticket collections for Boss dipped sharply on Thursday to Rs. 8 crore. The movie earned Rs. 6 crore and Rs. 8 crore on Saturday and Sunday respectively.

Down and out in Delhi: suicide rate among jobless people shoots up
City has the highest monthly per capita income in the country, but unemployed people may not be getting best of the economic boom. Housewives rank second among suicide victims, according to police records.

Pak film Waar depicting 'Indian terror' does roaring business
As a police compound here comes under terror attack, an ‘Indian female agent’ cum social worker in Pakistan is dancing with a mercenary celebrating their success. This is a scene from ‘Waar’, a film doing roaring business here.


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