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Hindustantimes.com  New Delhi, April 02, 2013
First Published: 17:45 IST(2/4/2013) | Last Updated: 17:50 IST(2/4/2013)

BJP president Rajnath Singh’s next big challenge will be to allot work areas to his new team that is supposed to prepare the party for the 2014 polls; in an embarrassment to the ruling Congress-led UDF, forest minister KB Ganesh Kumar was forced to quit after his wife levelled charges of domestic violence, a development that triggered opposition demand for Kerala chief minister Oommen Chandy's resignation; bigwigs of the Tamil film industry such as Rajinikanth, Suriya, Karthik, Prakash Raj and Sarath Kumar participated in the hunger strike that is currently being held at the premises of South Indian Film Artists' Association in Chennai. Even veteran actor Kamal Haasan is expected to join them soon; the preliminary investigation carried out by the Mumbai police crime branch into the alleged MMS clip of actress Mona Singh appears to have been morphed, a senior crime branch officer said on Sunday. These were some of the most read stories on the site. Read more below.

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Job allocation to be a tough act for BJP chief
BJP president Rajnath Singh’s next big challenge will be to allot work areas to his new team that is supposed to prepare the party for the 2014 polls.

Kerala minister forced to quit after wife levels harassment charges
In an embarrassment to the ruling Congress-led UDF, forest minister KB Ganesh Kumar was forced to quit after his wife levelled charges of domestic violence, a development that triggered opposition demand for Kerala chief minister Oommen Chandy's resignation.

Rajinikanth joins strike for Lankan Tamils
Bigwigs of the Tamil film industry such as Rajinikanth, Suriya, Karthik, Prakash Raj and Sarath Kumar participated in the hunger strike that is currently being held at the premises of South Indian Film Artists' Association in Chennai. Even veteran actor Kamal Haasan is expected to join them soon.

Mona Singh MMS clip morphed: police
The preliminary investigation carried out by the Mumbai police crime branch into the alleged MMS clip of actress Mona Singh appears to have been morphed, a senior crime branch officer said on Sunday.


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