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First Published: 17:55 IST(1/11/2012) | Last Updated: 18:18 IST(1/11/2012)

Cyclone Nilam, that created tension in the southern part of India, weakened as it struck Tamil Nadu coast; 'Salman Khan is someone I look up to', said Bipasha Basu; a girl claimed to be 'Gouri Bhonsle', the name being aired on TV channel for the promotion of a new serial and almost duped police; and the long-winding US presidential campaign managed to make a 4-year old cry. These were some of the most read stories on

Cyclone Nilam claims 4 lives; sailors missing
A substantially weakened cyclone Nilam caused four deaths as it struck coastal Tamil Nadu on Wednesday evening. Read more.

I look up to Salman Khan: Bipasha Basu
"Salman is someone I look up to in terms of what he has done in Bollywood. He is a success story you can learn from." Bipasha Basu said. Read more.

Fake Gauri Bhonsle befools UP cops
The police suffered major embarrassment as a girl claiming to be 'Gouri Bhonsle', the name being aired on TV channes for the promotion of a new serial and almost duped them. Read more.

US presidential poll campaign makes 4-year old cry
The long US presidential campaign has made at least a 4-year old girl Abby Evans cry, as she complained, "Because I'm tired of Bronco Obama and Mitt Romney." Read more.

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