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Hindustan Times   May 13, 2013
First Published: 16:41 IST(13/5/2013) | Last Updated: 18:02 IST(13/5/2013)

Congress general secretary Digvijaya Singh  attacks the Supreme Court and asks whether it's remark on CBI and IB 'belittling', Gujarat chief minister while addressing the Indian diaspora says that the UPA governance has broken their promise to Indians, Pakistan's election of Nawaz Sharif as the new prime minister sets the ball rolling for a hopefully better ties between Indian and Pakistan and bollywood actor Chitrangada Singh rubbishes the rumours of her divorce with husband golfer Jyoti Randhawa! Here are some of the most read stories on hindustantimes.com. 

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Digvijaya rules against SC for calling CBI 'caged parrot'
Congress leader Digvijaya Singh today took a dig at the judiciary for calling CBI 'caged parrot' and criticised Central Administrative Bench in Bangalore for calling the IB a chicken. Read more

History will acknowledge my development model: Modi
Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi on Monday took his criticism of the Congress-led UPA government to the Indian diaspora in the United States whom he addressed via video conferencing as part of the 53rd Gujarat Day celebrations. Read more


Sharif sets agenda for better India ties
Pakistan’s Nawaz Sharif made a comeback to power after 14 years on Sunday, in an election victory that was welcomed by India as it raised hopes of better ties between New Delhi and Islamabad. Read more

Chitrangada Singh rubbishes divorce rumours
Lately, speculation has been rife about Chitrangada Singh and her husband Jyoti Randhawa filing for divorce at a court in Gurgaon. Read more


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