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While the charges framed in the Aarushi-Hemraj case piqued the interest of our readers, the petrol price hike also made it to the most read story list. The hullabaloo over Luke Pomersbach case today too caught your eye and rupee's continuous downward spiral kept your concerns up. And, RGV's anger at Abhishek Bachchan too got people clicking.

delhi Updated: May 24, 2012 16:54 IST

While the charges framed in the Aarushi-Hemraj case piqued the interest of our readers, the petrol price hike also made it to the most read story list. The hullabaloo over Luke Pomersbach case today too caught your eye and rupee's continuous downward spiral kept your concerns up. And, RGV's anger at Abhishek Bachchan too got people clicking. Read again!

Rajesh and Nupur Talwar charged with Arushi, Hemraj murders
A special Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) court in Ghaziabad on Thursday charged dentist couple Rajesh Talwar and Nupur Talwar with the murders of their daughter Aarushi and domestic help Hemraj.

Steepest ever hike hits petrol
In the first petrol price hike in six months, state-owned oil marketing companies shocked the consumer on Wednesday by making petrol sharply costlier. Delhiites will now have to pay Rs 7.54 a litre more — the steepest ever in 10 years.

Zohal moves HC, seeks quashing of FIR against Luke
US national Zohal Hamid on Wednesday moved the Delhi high court seeking quashing of FIR against Australian cricketer Luke Pomersbach, whom she had accused of molesting her.

Rupee trades at new record low of 56.38 against dollar
Continuing its slide against the US dollar for the seventh day in a row, the rupee hit new record low of 56.38 in late morning trade on Thursday amid firm demand for the American currency from importers and continued capital outflows in view of Greece's debt crisis.

RGV blames Abhishek for Sanjay Dutt spat
Ram Gopal Varma and Sanjay Dutt's war of words has taken an interesting turn. It's public knowledge that the director and the actor don't want to see each other's face post Department debacle. But why's RGV fuming at Abhishek?