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Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Saturday indicated that the government may continue with the reforms process and expressed willingness to discuss issues with allies. Anna Hazare has said that he will not resort to fasting any more to press for his demands, and will fight for his causes through agitations. Read here stories that were most popular.

delhi Updated: Sep 30, 2012 01:31 IST

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Saturday indicated that the government may continue with the reforms process and expressed willingness to discuss issues with allies. Anna Hazare has said that he will not resort to fasting any more to press for his demands, and will fight for his causes through agitations. Read here stories that were most popular.




Mamata slams UPA govt, says looting on in the name of aam aadmi, reforms
Unfazed by the uproar over FDI in retail and other tough decisions, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Saturday indicated that the government may continue with the reforms process and expressed willingness to discuss issues with allies. Read more

No more fasts, will fight for causes through agitqations: Anna
Anna Hazare has said that he will not resort to fasting any more to press for his demands, and will fight for his causes through agitations. He also said he would continue to work to send "clean" people to Parliament. Read more

Ranbir Kapoor's Barfi! makes Aamir cry
Aamir Khan, who is currently busy shooting for Yash Raj Films’ Dhoom:3 in Chicago, requested UTV Motion Pictures to arrange a special screening of Anurag Basu’s Barfi! for his crew, was overwhelmed after watching it. Read more

Anupama Chopra's review: OMG Oh My God!
OMG Oh My God! is about something that touches all our lives - religion. It is a film about our relationship with God, how instead of being God-loving, we have become God-fearing. Read more