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Hindustantimes.com  New Delhi, January 17, 2013
First Published: 20:26 IST(17/1/2013) | Last Updated: 20:34 IST(17/1/2013)

A lesser known side to the Sufi cleric rocking Pakistan's establishment- his knowledge of Gita; govt today raised the cap on supply of subsidised LPG to nine cylinders per household and allowed 'small' hikes over a period of time, if notoriety is a stepping-stone to stardom, then it definitely has helped rapper Honey Singh, as he may end up singing for Hollywood film Die hard 5; Kris Humphries’ grudge has apparently deepened since learning of Kim Kardashian’s pregnancy. These were some of the most read sotires on hindustantimes.com

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Qadri quoted Gita in Modi-land
There's a lesser-known side to the Sufi cleric rocking Pakistan's establishment with his fiery speeches and mass marches: he has a knowledge of Hindu scriptures and made a controversial visit to Gujarat a year ago. Read more.



Govt raises LPG cap to 9 cylinders, allows 'small hike' in diesel prices
In a mix of populist and reform measures, govt today raised the cap on supply of subsidised LPG to nine cylinders per household and virtually deregulated diesel prices allowing 'small' hikes over a period of time. Read more.



Honey Singh to sing for Bruce Willis' Die Hard 5?
If notoriety is a stepping-stone to stardom, then the recent controversies surrounding some of his songs have taken rapper Honey Singh to another level of popularity. If things will work out, he may end up singing for Hollywood film Die hard 5. Read more.



Kris Humphries dragging divorce to prevent Kim-Kanye wedding
Kris Humphries’ grudge has apparently deepened since learning of Kim Kardashian’s pregnancy. Read more.

 

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