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Hindustan Times  New Delhi, September 25, 2013
First Published: 16:54 IST(25/9/2013) | Last Updated: 16:57 IST(25/9/2013)

The government has announced the setting up of the seventh Central Pay Commission paving the way for wage revision of millions of central government employees and Unperturbed at the prospect of apossible life ban, a defiant Lalit Modi on Tuesday continued his tirade against BCCI president N Srinivasan and said he will not "sit back quietly" and watch the Tamil Nadu strongman "destroy" Indian cricket. These were some of the most read stories on HT. Read more.

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7th Pay Commission announced for central government employees
The government has announced the setting up of the seventh Central Pay Commission paving the way for wage revision of millions of central government employees. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has approved the setting up of the commission, finance minister P Chidambaram said in a statement.

Will not let Srinivasan destroy Indian cricket: Modi
Unperturbed at the prospect of apossible life ban, a defiant Lalit Modi on Tuesday continued his tirade against BCCI president N Srinivasan and said he will not "sit back quietly" and watch the Tamil Nadu strongman "destroy" Indian cricket.

Delhi: ATM van driver speeds away with Rs. 54 lakh
A security van with Rs. 54 lakh in cash is missing after the driver allegedly sped away with it in a crowded market colony in south Delhi.

1 Indian among 4 held in one of Australia's biggest drug bust
In one of Australia's largest drug hauls, authorities have seized 274kg of ephedrine hidden in a shipment of rice from India and arrested four people, including an Indian.


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