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Hindustan Times  New Delhi, July 31, 2013
First Published: 17:40 IST(31/7/2013) | Last Updated: 20:47 IST(31/7/2013)

The Bombay High Court today held as "illegal and unconstitutional" the two-member probe panel set up by it to look into spot-fixing and betting charges in the IPL tournament; The government today extended the last date for filing of income tax returns by five days to August 5; Legendary all-rounder Kapil Dev on Wednesday said that victory over eventual champions Pakistan in the league stages of the 1992 World Cup in Australia was his most cherished moment; and according to the home ministry’s data, in India, every third day, a woman becomes a victim of an acid attack. These were some of the most read stories on the site. Read more:

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HC junks BCCI probe panel, big blow to Srinivasan
In a severe blow to BCCI and its president-in-exile N Srinivasan, the Bombay High Court today held as "illegal and unconstitutional" the two-member probe panel set up by it to look into spot-fixing and betting charges in the IPL tournament. Read more:


Last date for filing I-T returns extended to Aug 5
The government today extended the last date for filing of income tax returns by five days to August 5. The due date, which was Wednesday, has been extended in wake of "unprecedented surge" in number of I-T returns being filed electronically. Read more:


Beating Pakistan was the best memory of 1992 WC: Kapil
Legendary all-rounder Kapil Dev on Wednesday said that victory over eventual champions Pakistan in the league stages of the 1992 World Cup in Australia was his most cherished moment in the quadrennial event. Read more:


Stop acid attacks: lend your voice
There can be few things that are worse than the plight of an acid attack victim whose life is destroyed in a few nano seconds, says Sanjoy Narayan. Read more:

 

 

 


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