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Hindustan Times   April 09, 2013
First Published: 17:31 IST(9/4/2013) | Last Updated: 18:04 IST(9/4/2013)

The US cables accessed by the whistleblower website WikiLeaks reveals former Indian prime minister Indira Gandhi to be 'unpredictable' and describes her close aide as 'arrogant', bollywood actor Salman Khan's gives a thumbs up to Arjun Kapoor starrer Aurangazeb, the police arrest the son of tycoon Deepak Bhardwaj on suspicion of conspiracy in his murder and in Bulandshahr a minor Dalit girl is allegedly raped and put behind bars in an all women police station. Here are some of the most read stories on hindustantimes.com.

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US found Indira 'unpredictable', had 'sources' in her household
It wasn't just Indira Gandhi that the US administration under Richard Nixon disliked. TN Kaul, a close aide of the then Prime Minister Gandhi, and the man handpicked by her as India's US ambassador in 1973, was described by the American envoy in India as "arrogant," pro-Soviet and as a man not to be trusted, in cables sent to the US State Department, and accessed by transparency watchdog Wikileaks. Read more

Salman Khan applauds for Aurangzeb, wants a DVD
The theatrical trailer of Arjun Kapoor’s next, Aurangzeb, has generated quite a buzz, with the actor playing a double role for the first time in his career. Read more

Deepak Bhardwaj's son behind his murder: police
BSP leader Deepak Bhardwaj's younger son has been arrested for conspiring his murder, according to reports on Tuesday. Read more

Minor rape victim in UP locked up in jail; man held
A 10-year-old Dalit girl, who was allegedly raped, was put behind bars in an all women police station in Bulandshahr on Monday. Read more


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