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New Delhi, August 16, 2013
First Published: 18:19 IST(16/8/2013)
Last Updated: 18:22 IST(16/8/2013)

The Supreme Court on Friday refused to entertain a PIL seeking reinstatement of suspended IAS officer Durga Sakti Nagpal, who had cracked down on illegal sand mining in Uttar Pradesh; he can walk into any Indian team on a given day but former captain Kapil Dev decided to keep himself "out" of the best-ever Indian ODI line-up which he feels should be led by another limited overs legend Mahendra Singh Dhoni; Shah Rukh Khan had to change his plans on Independence Day to visit theatres across the city, as the owners of High Street Phoenix mall in Lower Parel asked him not to visit; A biopic on the renowned Apple founder was never going to be easy and yet most critics feel cheated and disappointed about Jobs. The details (or the lack of it) of the tech stalwart's personal life that didn't work for the critics.

SC refuses to interfere in Durga Shakti's suspension
The Supreme Court on Friday refused to entertain a PIL seeking reinstatement of suspended IAS officer Durga Sakti Nagpal, who had cracked down on illegal sand mining in Uttar Pradesh.

Dhoni to lead Kapil's greatest all-time Indian ODI team
He can walk into any Indian team on a given day but former captain Kapil Dev decided to keep himself "out" of the best-ever Indian ODI line-up which he feels should be led by another limited overs legend Mahendra Singh Dhoni.

Why SRK was not allowed to enter Mumbai mall
Shah Rukh Khan had to change his plans on Independence Day to visit theatres across the city, as the owners of High Street Phoenix mall in Lower Parel asked him not to visit.

Critics' review: Jobs not a job well done
A biopic on the renowned Apple founder was never going to be easy and yet most critics feel cheated and disappointed about Jobs. The details (or the lack of it) of the tech stalwart's personal life that didn't work for the critics.


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