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New Delhi, July 04, 2012
First Published: 17:28 IST(4/7/2012)
Last Updated: 17:35 IST(4/7/2012)

Uttar Pradesh CM Akhilesh Yadav has withdrawn his order to allow MLAs to purchase cars worth Rs. 20 lakh out of their local fund. In Mumbai, CBI filed its chargesheet in the Adarsh scam, and former CM Ashok Chavan has been named in it.

In the world of entertainment, Ranbir Kapoor 'locked lips' with Anurag Basu, while director Karan Johar rued about the lack of sex in his life.

Topless pictures of an Indian-origin singer, who is Gold Coast city's pick to promote tourism in India, has left a section of the Indian community uneasy with some speaking against such moves to sell tourism to a largely conservative India.

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CBI files chargesheet in Adarsh scam, Chavan also charged
Former Maharashtra chief minister Ashok Chavan was among 13 people charge sheeted by CBI today in the multi-crore Adarsh Housing scam. The 10,000-page CBI charge sheet was filed nearly 18 months after the agency registered a case.

U-turn: Akhilesh withdraws car bonanza for MLAs
Under attack from the Opposition, UP chief minister Akhilesh Yadav today made a U-turn on his decision to allow MLAs to purchase four-wheelers worth up to Rs. 20 lakh out of their local area development fund

Ranbir Kapoor 'locks lips' with Anurag Basu
Promotions are not just talking about your film anymore, it's more about grabbing eyeballs. So, when Ranbir was asked how comfortable he was kissing Ileana D'Souza, to everyone's surprise, the actor grabbed director Anurag Basu!

Karan Johar rues about lack of sex in his life
Karan Johar recently gushed a lot about the unhibited act by contestants Shibani Dandekar and Gurmeet Chaudhary. Wonder why? He was later heard saying, "May be it is due to the lack of sex in my life."

Pop singer's 'topless' pic leaves Indians in Australia miffed
Topless pictures of an Indian-origin singer, who is Gold Coast city's pick to promote tourism in India, has left a section of the Indian community uneasy with some speaking against such moves to sell tourism to a largely conservative India.


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