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First Published: 19:23 IST(23/5/2013) | Last Updated: 19:32 IST(23/5/2013)

UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi and Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi express total confidence in Prime Minister Manmohan Singh even as they prepare for the 2014 elections, in a bizzare incident, a man is hacked to death by two men in London near a military barack, Bollywood actor Shyan Munshi and ballistic expert PS Manocha were slapped with perjury charges by the Delhi high court on Wednesday and Dara Singh's son Vindoo spills the beans of the bollywood and bookies nexus during interogation over the T20 spot-fixing. Here are some of the most read stories on



Sonia, Rahul back PM Manmohan Singh, slam talk of rift
The Congress sought to project a unified front ahead of the 2014 elections, as party president Sonia Gandhi and vice-president Rahul Gandhi expressed complete confidence in Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and declared that Singh, too, will be part of the party campaign next year. Read more

Brutal attack on British 'soldier' raises terrorism fears in London
Two men with butcher knives hacked a person to death yeasterday near a London military barrack and one of the attackers then went on video to explain the crime - shouting political statements, gesturing with bloodied hands and waving a meat cleaver. Read more

Jessica case: actor Shyan faces trial for perjury
Bollywood actor Shyan Munshi and ballistic expert PS Manocha were slapped with perjury charges by the Delhi high court on Wednesday, which ordered their prosecution for going back on their statements in the murder trial of model Jessica Lall. Read more

Vindoo spills the beans on Bollywood
The Mumbai crime branch claims to have stumbled upon a bollywood-bookie-cricketer nexus following the disclosures made by Vindoo Dara Singh, son of the late Dara Singh, while investigating the betting racket busted by them. Read more



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