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While RSS chief refuted all talks of the sangh interfereing in BJP's internal affairs, tainted cricketer Sreesanth too refuted allegations of him being involved in spot-fixing. And in a new twist in the Jiah Khan suicide saga, the deceased actress' mother alleged that superstar Salman Khan had mediated break-up between her daughter and Sooraj Pancholi. Read most popular stories here.

delhi Updated: Jun 12, 2013 18:07 IST

While RSS chief refuted all talks of the sangh interfereing in BJP's internal affairs, tainted cricketer Sreesanth too refuted allegations of him being involved in spot-fixing. And in a new twist in the Jiah Khan suicide saga, the deceased actress' mother alleged that superstar Salman Khan had mediated break-up between her daughter and Sooraj Pancholi. Read most popular stories here.

RSS says it is not interfering in affairs of BJP
A day after senior BJP leader LK Advani withdrew his resignation following the RSS chief's call to him, the Sangh fountainhead today said that it is not interfering or managing the affairs of the right-wing party. Read more

Out on bail, Sreesanth says he will get clean chit
Claiming innocence and expressing faith in the judiciary, India Test pacer S Sreesanth, who was released on bail after being arrested for alleged involvement in the IPL spot-fixing scandal, today said he is hopeful of making a comeback to the national side. Read more

Did Salman Khan ask Sooraj Pancholi to leave Jiah Khan?
Late actor Jiah Khan’s mother, Rabiya, has reportedly said that actor Salman Khan had been brought in to mediate an amicable break-up between actor Jiah Khan and Sooraj Pancholi. Read more


Parineeti Chopra, Kangna Ranaut race with Kareena Kapoor, Katrina Kaif
Actresses like Kareena Kapoor, Priyanka Chopra and Vidya Balan have carved a niche for themselves in a male-dominated Bollywood. As the big names become choosy about their roles, a new army of actresses have come to take their place. Read more