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Hindustantimes.com  New Delhi, July 10, 2013
First Published: 17:21 IST(10/7/2013) | Last Updated: 17:38 IST(10/7/2013)

Osama bin Laden lived in plain sight for almost a decade and was once even pulled over for speeding but not apprehended and last week, Ghanchakkar failed to live up to expectations, but that trend didn’t continue with Lootera, which released last Friday were some of the most read stories on the website.

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Revealed: how Osama lived in plain sight in Pakistan
Osama bin Laden lived in plain sight for almost a decade and was once even pulled over for speeding but not apprehended, thanks to the incompetence of Pakistan's intelligence and security services, an official report into his killing said on Monday.

Lootera is a hit, Policegiri flops at BO
Last week, Ghanchakkar failed to live up to expectations, but that trend didn’t continue with Lootera, which released last Friday. The Ranveer Singh-Sonakshi Sinha starrer has collected an impressive Rs. 21.25 cr so far.

Domestic violence: Yukta Mookhey, Nigella Lawson unspared?
Many women celebrities have had to take a difficult decision after facing violence at the hands of their partners. While Mookhey and Lawson battle it out with their allegedly abusive ex-husbands-to-be, one wonders if their lives are any different from the ordinary?

While Modi is on fast track, Mulayam, Maya in race for top job
Are the two caste lords in Uttar Pradesh, SP’s Mulayam Singh Yadav and BSP’s Mayawati, being realistic in their declared aspiration for India’s top job? The answer is both yes — if there’s a hung Parliament after the 2014 election followed by political chaos, they may have their chance to have a go at the chair — and no — both the parities have no possibility of mopping up the numbers needed to capture Delhi.


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