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First Published: 17:44 IST(27/1/2013) | Last Updated: 17:54 IST(27/1/2013)

Hafiz Saeed, (JuD) chief and Mumbai attacks mastermind has said that SRK should move to Pakistan if he feels insecure in India, Wajahat Habibullah declared AFSPA as anti-democracy, Constitution, hundreds of people resorted to massive protests demanding a separate Telangana state to insurgents killed a total of 23 policemen across Afghanistan within 24 hours. These were some of the most read and viewed stories on hindustantimes.com:

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Shah Rukh Khan should move to Pakistan, suggests Hafiz Saeed
Jamat-ud-Da’wah (JuD) chief and Mumbai attacks mastermind Hafiz Saeed has said SRK should move to Pakistan if he feels insecure in India. Read more.

 

AFSPA is anti-democracy, Constitution: Habibullah
National Commission on Minorities, chairman Wajahat Habibullah today said the AFSPA was "against democracy and Constitution" and its "loopholes" should be removed after discussions with the Army if the law cannot be withdrawn from troubled areas. Read more.



Hundreds gather for Telangana protest in Hyderabad
Hundreds of people demanding a separate Telangana state gathered today after police granted permission to the Telangana Joint Action Committee (JAC) to hold demonstration in the city. Read more.



Afghan bombs kill 23 policemen in 24 hours
Insurgents killed a total of 23 policemen across Afghanistan within 24 hours, officials said Sunday, reflecting the increasing police role in the war before the withdrawal of Nato troops. Read more.


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