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Hindustan Times
New Delhi, September 26, 2013
On Thursday morning, heavily armed militants in combat fatigues stormed a police station, hijacked a truck and drove into an army unit in Jammu and Kashmir; Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will not celebrate his 81st birthday in wake of the twin terror strikes in Jammu on Thursday morning, which have left nine dead so far; the Sikh-American community has urged Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to raise the issue of increasing attacks on the community members in the US with President Barack Obama; and in the quiet of a 13th-floor flat of a suburban residential tower, in the course of an argument with his wife Roopa, Madhusudhan YG flew into a murderous, psychotic rage, grabbed a kitchen knife and stabbed his wife 49 times. These were some of the most read stories on the site. Read more:

Militants kill police and army officials in Jammu ahead of Manmohan, Nawaz talks
On Thursday morning, heavily armed militants in combat fatigues stormed a police station, hijacked a truck and drove into an army unit in Jammu and Kashmir. Read more

Jammu terror attacks: PM won’t celebrate his birthday
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will not celebrate his 81st birthday in wake of the twin terror strikes in Jammu on Thursday morning, which have left nine dead so far. Read more

US Sikhs urge PM to raise issue of attacks on them
The Sikh-American community has urged Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to raise the issue of increasing attacks on the community members in the US with President Barack Obama during their meeting tomorrow. Read more

A murder in Bangalore: what a techie's crime tells about the Indian dream
Sometime on a cool Bangalore evening, in the quiet of a 13th-floor flat of a suburban residential tower built for hard-working, ambitious professionals, in the course of an argument with his wife Roopa, Madhusudhan YG flew into a murderous, psychotic rage, grabbed a kitchen knife and stabbed his wife 49 times. Read more