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delhi Updated: Sep 22, 2012 15:49 IST

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A man shouted slogans on Saturday as Prime Minister Manmohan Singh got up to deliver his address at an international conference in New Delhi, Anupama Chopra's review of Kareena starrer Heroine, relief for Bhupathi and Bopanna as Karnatka HC stays AITA ban on them. These are few stories that our readers liked reading. Here are few more most read stories of our site.

Ruckus at PM's speech, man takes off shirt, shouts slogans
A man shouted slogans on Saturday as Prime Minister Manmohan Singh got up to deliver his address at an international conference in New Delhi.

Anupama Chopra's review: Heroine
A Madhur Bhandarkar film has the same allure as a juicy tabloid or some particularly nasty gossip. Bhandarkar is a proudly pedestrian director.

Karnataka HC stays AITA ban on Bhupathi, Bopanna
The Karnataka High Court on Saturday stayed the two-year AITA ban on tennis players Mahesh Bhupathi and Rohan Bopanna.

Didi goes, Mulayam stays
The day the Trinamool officially withdrew support to the UPA, Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav pledged to back the Manmohan Singh government, saying it was necessary to "keep communal forces at bay".

Raunchy Rihanna posts pic of naked stripper between her legs
Rihanna has posted her naughtiest photo, with a naked stripper between her legs.