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Hindustantimes.com  New Delhi, March 01, 2013
First Published: 16:09 IST(1/3/2013) | Last Updated: 16:12 IST(1/3/2013)

The government's spending and taxation cause mood shifts and social change, accentuating prosperity or poverty, provoking love, happiness and anger that show up on the screens, pope Benedict XVI will meet cardinals from around the world on Thursday in his final hours as leader of 1.2 billion Catholics before he becomes the first pontiff to resign since the Middle Ages, Director Rupesh Paul, who is currently busy with his debut film Kamasutra 3D, will make a 4D sequel that will star a Hollywood actress. Here are some of the most read stories on the site.

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Budget is the economy's face, Bollywood is a mirror that reflects it
The government's spending and taxation cause mood shifts and social change, accentuating prosperity or poverty, provoking love, happiness and anger that show up on the screens.

North East rewards its ruling govts
Voters in three north-eastern states have maintained the status quo. On Thursday, their verdict strengthened the Left Front's last post in Tripura, weakened the Congress in Nagaland and showed the door to Purno A Sangma in Meghalaya.

End of pope's tenure just hours away
Pope Benedict XVI will meet cardinals from around the world on Thursday in his final hours as leader of 1.2 billion Catholics before he becomes the first pontiff to resign since the Middle Ages.

Kamasutra 2 to be made in 4D without Sherlyn Chopra
Director Rupesh Paul, who is currently busy with his debut film Kamasutra 3D, will make a 4D sequel that will star a Hollywood actress.

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