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Hindustan Times
New Delhi, September 27, 2013
Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi dropped a bombshell on Friday by saying that the ordinance passed by his cabinet to shield convicted lawmakers from disqualification "is a complete nonsense"; a four-storeyed BMC building collapsed around 6am in Mumbai's Mazgaon area; SRK has said that he has made many foes in the industry after doing the Rohit Shetty film; and Somalia's Al Qaeda-linked Shabab rebels have threatened more attacks against Kenya, taking to Twitter to mock the country after Islamist gunmen attacked a Nairobi shopping mall, killing at least 67 people. These were some of the most read stories on the site. Read more:

Rahul shocks govt, calls ordinance on convicted lawmakers 'nonsense'
Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi dropped a bombshell on Friday by saying that the ordinance passed by his cabinet to shield convicted lawmakers from disqualification "is a complete nonsense" and that "it should be torn up and thrown away." Read more

Mumbai: Dockyard Road building collapse leaves 5 dead, 15 injured
Tragedy struck Mumbai early on Friday morning when a four storeyed BMC building collapsed around 6am in Mumbai's Mazgaon area. The building was inhabited primarily by BMC's tenants. Read more

I earned a new set of enemies after Chennai Express: Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh said that his journey has not been a cakewalk and he did face his share of failures. But now basking in the success of Chennai Express, the actor said he has made many foes in the industry after doing the Rohit Shetty film. Read more

Shabab mocks Kenya, threatens more attacks
Somalia's Al Qaeda-linked Shabab rebels have threatened more attacks against Kenya, taking to Twitter to mock the country after Islamist gunmen attacked a Nairobi shopping mall, killing at least 67 people. Read more