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Hindustantimes.com   April 06, 2013
First Published: 15:35 IST(6/4/2013) | Last Updated: 15:40 IST(6/4/2013)

A minister in Karnataka in 2008 was, on average, more than seven times richer than what she or he had been in 2004, the year the Congress lost its majority in the assembly but continued to be in power for two more years, according to a survey. A British woman holidaying in Kashmir was found dead in a pool of blood on a house boat Saturday and a Dutch man has been arrested on suspicion of her murder, police said. Check out more most read stories here.

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