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Once favourites, now foes — that’s what suspended IPS officer DG Vanzara and other senior police officers are as far as former Gujarat minister of state for home Amit Shah is concerned and Bollywood actor Aamir Khan debuts as a villain in Dhoom: 3. These were some of the most read stories on the website. Read more.

delhi Updated: Sep 05, 2013 17:50 IST

Once favourites, now foes — that’s what suspended IPS officer DG Vanzara and other senior police officers are as far as former Gujarat minister of state for home Amit Shah is concerned and Bollywood actor Aamir Khan debuts as a villain in Dhoom: 3. These were some of the most read stories on the website. Read more.

Why Vanzara turned against Amit Shah
Once favourites, now foes — that’s what suspended IPS officer DG Vanzara and other senior police officers are as far as former Gujarat minister of state for home Amit Shah is concerned. Vanzara and five other IPS officers from Gujarat have been implicated in various fake encounter cases along with Shah, who is out on bail.

Raghuram Rajan takes charge of RBI, rupee and stocks rise
Raghuram Rajan’s big-bang entry as the new RBI chief gave the rupee an impressive 2.3% climb against the dollar and an equally positive jump to the shares in the early morning trading on Thursday. Big-bang entry as the new RBI chief gave the rupee an impressive 2.3% climb against the dollar and an equally positive jump to the shares in the early morning trading on Thursday.

Teaser: Aamir Khan playing the baddie in Dhoom: 3
Bollywood actor Aamir Khan debuts as a villain in Dhoom: 3. With a menacing expression on his face, the actor impresses with his bike stunts. Apart from Aamir, Abhishek Bachchan, Uday Chopra and Katrina Kaif are also part of the just-released teaser. The character of Aamir Khan is introduced with these lines: "Bande hain hum uske humpe kiska zor, ummedon ke suraj nikle charon or, iraade hain fauladi himmati har kadam, apne haathon kismat likhne aaj chale hain hum."

Indians who've signed up for the one-way trip to Mars
They are all happy people, beaming with enthusiasm and the spirit of exploration. Not sad, not suicidal, as many think the applicants to the 'one-way' trip to Mars would be. The proposed expedition, organised by an international space research organisation, Mars One, invited entries from across the world, and among the 1,65,000 hopefuls were thousands of Indians. We circled in on three bravehearts from Delhi to know what made them jump in.