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Hindustan Times  New Delhi, January 15, 2013
First Published: 17:06 IST(15/1/2013) | Last Updated: 17:09 IST(15/1/2013)

The visa agreement between India and Pakistan has been put on hold, four Pakistani hockey players to return home, Life of Pi retains top position according to Rentrak Institute's weekly rankings and Richa Chadda downplays plans of a lesbian act with Sunny Leone were the most viewed stories on our website. Here is a list:


LoC killings fallout: India-Pak visa agreement put on hold
The visa agreement between India and Pakistan, which was to be operationalised today, to allow free and easy access to senior citizens on both sides, has been put on hold, top government sources told HT. Read more...

Four Pakistani hockey players to return home
Hockey India League (HIL) franchise Mumbai Magicians have decided to send their four Pakistani players home amid growing sub-continental tensions. Read more..

Life of Pi turns new king of box office post Oscar nominations
According to the Rentrak Institute's weekly rankings, Ang Lee's film Life of Pi has knocked The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey off the top spot. With $35.89M earned on the weekend of January 13, Life of Pi is now in the top spot. Read more...

Lesbian act with Sunny Leone? No thank you, says Richa Chadda
The makers of Ragini MMS 2, have planned a lesbian act of Sunny Leone in the movie. The makers approached Richa Chadda, known for her roles in Oye Lucky and Gangs of Wasseypur, for the act. However, she has refused... Read more...

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