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Hindustan Times  New Delhi, August 23, 2013
First Published: 16:11 IST(23/8/2013) | Last Updated: 16:14 IST(23/8/2013)

A 25-year-old youth was allegedly abducted by his ex-girlfriend and her two friends after he refused to marry her in Uttar Pradesh and after making fastest Rs. 100 cr at the box office SRK-Deepika starrer Chennai Express has now smashed into Rs. 200 cr club. These were some of the most read stories on the website. Read more. 

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UP: youth abducted by ex-girlfriend
A 25-year-old youth was allegedly abducted by his ex-girlfriend and her two friends after he refused to marry her in Chaman Sarai area in Sambhal, UP police said on Friday. A case has been registered against the girl and her two friends.

Pakistan accuses Indian troops of killing soldier
The Pakistani military accused Indian troops of firing across the disputed Kashmir border and killing two Pakistani soldiers Thursday, days after a similar fatality as the long-simmering conflict over the mountainous region escalates. Pakistan and India repeatedly have accused each other of violating a 2003 cease-fire agreement along the border in recent weeks.

Shah Rukh Khan's Chennai Express fastest to make Rs. 200 crore
SRK-Deepika starrer Chennai Express is speeding ahead with all its vigour. After making fastest Rs. 100 cr at the box office, the film has now smashed into Rs. 200 cr club, and yes it's the fastest entrant so far. "#ChennaiExpress 2 weeks grand total stands at Rs. 200.55 cr nett. ALL TIME BLOCKBUSTER," tweeted Trade Analyst Taran Adarsh.

Ben Affleck succeeds Christian Bale as Batman
US actor Ben Affleck will replace Christian Bale in the next Batman film, Warner Bros. Pictures said. Affleck will appear in a Batman-Superman mega flick slated for release in 2015 that follows on the heels of this summer's Superman hit Man of Steel. Bale, who played the title role in Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy, had left the doors wide open for a new successor.


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