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Hindustantimes.com  New Delhi, February 17, 2013
First Published: 15:29 IST(17/2/2013) | Last Updated: 15:32 IST(17/2/2013)

The extreme step taken by Geetika Sharma’s mother Anuradha is likely to make the case against former Haryana minister Gopal Goyal Kanda and his employee Aruna Chadha stronger, police and lawyers said on Saturday, Akshay Kumar is riding high on the success of his recently released movie Special 26, the Censor Board seems to have gone a step further in clamping down on the creative freedom of filmmakers. Here are some of the most read stories on the site.

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Suicide note may seal Gopal Kanda’s fate
The extreme step taken by Geetika Sharma’s mother Anuradha is likely to make the case against former Haryana minister Gopal Goyal Kanda and his employee Aruna Chadha stronger, police and lawyers said on Saturday.

Twitter buzz: Akshay Kumar earns Rs. 2000 crore?
Akshay Kumar is riding high on the success of his recently released movie Special 26. Fans of Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar, now claim that he is far beyond the clubs of hundred crores, at least that's what Twitter trends suggest.

Insha Allah...we will win the case: Salman Khan
After a decade of being implicated in a hit- and-run case for rash and negligent driving, actor Salman Khan has now been charged with culpable homicide in the same case. But that doesn’t seem to have perturbed the 47-year-old, even though he knows that if proven guilty, he might have to serve a jail term of 10 years.

Will our censor board grow up?
The Censor Board seems to have gone a step further in clamping down on the creative freedom of filmmakers. This time around, the board has asked Kapil Sharma, the director of the upcoming film, I Me Aur Main, to replace the word ‘sleep’ with the word ‘stay’, in the television promos of the film.

 


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