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New Delhi, June 24, 2013
First Published: 17:02 IST(24/6/2013)
Last Updated: 17:06 IST(24/6/2013)

Priests are planning to cremate hundreds of flood victims on Monday, as heavy rains halted the search for thousands of tourists stranded in the devastated Himalayan region; a Spanish woman has been arrested for attempted murder after her two-day old baby was discovered inside a building's drains in Alicante and painstakingly rescued by firefighters; England captain Alastair Cook said Ian Bell's dismissal in the ninth over was a poor umpiring decision which finally proved to be the turning point of the match for the hosts;  Sonam Kapoor and Dhanush-starrer Raanjhanaa has already collected over Rs. 20 crore. These were some of the most read sories on the site. Read more:

Devasted Uttarakhand to cremate hundreds of flood victims
Priests are planning to cremate hundreds of flood victims on Monday, as heavy rains halted the search for thousands of tourists stranded in the devastated Himalayan region, officials said.

Spain: Baby wrapped in plastic rescued from drain, mother arrested
A Spanish woman has been arrested for attempted murder after her two-day old baby was discovered inside a building's drains in Alicante and painstakingly rescued by firefighters, police said on Sunday.

Bell's dismissal a poor umpiring decision: Cook
England captain Alastair Cook said Ian Bell's dismissal in the ninth over was a poor umpiring decision which finally proved to be the turning point of the match for the hosts.

Raanjhanaa collects over 20 crore at box office during weekend
Sonam Kapoor and Dhanush-starrer Raanjhanaa has already collected over Rs. 20 crore. The film, that started slow on Friday with an approximate opening of around 5 crore, picked up in the subsequent days.


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