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Hindustan Times  New Delhi, March 04, 2013
First Published: 17:46 IST(4/3/2013) | Last Updated: 17:50 IST(4/3/2013)

A homemade crude bomb of low intensity was hurled on Monday outside the Sonargaon Pan-Pacific hotel in Dhaka where President Pranab Mukherjee is staying, reports reveal that the Czech-Pakistani actress Nargis Fakhri has bagged a whopping 4 crore deal with a beauty brand, the first poster of Emraan Haashmi, Konkona Sen Sharma and Huma Qureshi starrer Ek Thi Daayan is out, The Wharton India Economic Forum revoked its decision to invite Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi to deliver a key note. Here are some of the most read stories on the site.

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Modi's Wharton talk scrapped after 'furious' petition
The Wharton India Economic Forum revoked its decision to invite Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi to deliver a key note address after three Indian-American professors from the University of Pennsylvania sent a petition signed by about 135 people "furious" against such a move.

Explosion outside Pranab's hotel in Dhaka
A homemade crude bomb of low intensity was hurled on Monday outside the Sonargaon Pan-Pacific hotel in Dhaka where President Pranab Mukherjee is staying.

Nargis Fakhri signs 4 crore ad deal, enters big Bollywood league
One-film-old Nargis Fakhri may not have made it big in Bollywood but the supermodel has certainly made a mark in the ad world. Reports reveal that the Czech-Pakistani actress has bagged a whopping 4 crore deal with a beauty brand.

Ek Thi Daayan first poster: who is the Daayan?
The first poster of Emraan Haashmi, Konkona Sen Sharma and Huma Qureshi starrer Ek Thi Daayan is out. While Konkona Sen Sharma and Kalki Koechlin have scary expressions on their faces, Huma Qureshi looks rather scared in the poster.


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