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Hindustantimes.com  New Delhi, December 28, 2012
First Published: 17:15 IST(28/12/2012) | Last Updated: 17:24 IST(28/12/2012)

Sonia Gandhi and Manmohan Singh said they shared the anguish and the anger of the country over the gangrape; Ratan Tata retired as chairman of Tata Group after a 50-year run on Friday; At a recent film awards, actress Anushka Sharma walked past Salman Khan as he was chatting with Imran Khan; Unhappy with the outcome of the meeting convened by Centre on Telangana issue, TRS chief K Chandrashekar Rao on Friday termed it as a "futile exercise". These are the most read stories on hindustantimes.com


Guilty in Delhi gangrape case will not be spared, says Sonia

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Ratan Tata, an iconic corporate leader, retired as chairman of Tata Group after a 50-year run on Friday but kept away from office on his last day at the helm of one of country's oldest business empires. Tata, who turned 75 on Friday, is in Pune for his birthday. Read More


DERRING DO! Anushka Sharma ignored Salman Khan?

At a recent film awards, actress Anushka Sharma walked past Salman Khan as he was chatting with Imran Khan, reports Mid-Day. The tabloid quoted a source saying: "At the event, Imran was seen greeting Salman Khan backstage. Anushka was also in the vicinity but she seemed in no mood to acknowledge Sallu’s presence." Read More


TRS chief unhappy with Centre's meet on Telangana

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