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Hindustantimes.com  New Delhi, April 25, 2013
First Published: 17:18 IST(25/4/2013) | Last Updated: 17:26 IST(25/4/2013)

The father of the five-year-old gang-rape victim has identified one of the two police officers who allegedly offered him Rs. 2,000 to keep the incident under wraps; unlike any other controversial issues surrounding Trinamool Congress, the Saradha episode is set to hit the party’s precious rural vote bank before the panchayat and Lok Sabha polls; Rihanna stuffed more than £5,000 into a female lap dancer's thong while enjoying a night out at a strip club in Miami; Spotted at the Mumbai airport recently with her parents in tow, one-year-old Aaradhya Bachchan stole the show in her leopard-print playsuit, pink jacket and fur-rimmed ugg boots. These were some of the most read stories on the website. Read more:

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Delhi: cop who bribed rape victim's kin identified
The father of the five-year-old gang-rape victim has identified one of the two police officers who allegedly offered him Rs. 2,000 to keep the incident under wraps.

Saradha scam may turn into political crisis for Mamata
Unlike any other controversial issues surrounding Trinamool Congress, the Saradha episode is set to hit the party’s precious rural vote bank before the panchayat and Lok Sabha polls.

Rihanna tips nightclub stripper with a whopping £5,000
Rihanna stuffed more than £5,000 into a female lap dancer's thong while enjoying a night out at a strip club in Miami.

Baby B Aaradhya Bachchan is already a fashionista
Spotted at the Mumbai airport recently with her parents in tow, one-year-old Aaradhya Bachchan stole the show in her leopard-print playsuit, pink jacket and fur-rimmed ugg boots.


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