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Hindustantimes.com  New Delhi, August 17, 2013
First Published: 18:37 IST(17/8/2013) | Last Updated: 18:42 IST(17/8/2013)

Shah Rukh Khan breaks his own record of overseas opening collections with Chennai Express that has collected Rs. 72 crores in 9 days, the first five – severely disfigured – bodies were recovered by divers on Friday morning from the INS Sindhurakshak, the war submarine that sank around Tuesday midnight after multiple blasts, the speeches of an outgoing PM and a would-be successor were a glaring illustration of the extremes that are pulling India’s politics in contrasting directions and possibly leaving the undecided voter even more ambiguous, writes Barkha Dutt. Here are some of the most read stories on the site.

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Shah Rukh Khan's Chennai Express breaks records overseas
Chennai Express has set yet another record, this time in the international markets. Shah Rukh Khan breaks his own record of overseas opening collections with Chennai Express that has collected Rs. 72 crores in 9 days.

Hope dies as 5 bodies pulled out of Sindhurakshak
The first five — severely disfigured — bodies were recovered by divers on Friday morning from the INS Sindhurakshak, the war submarine that sank around Tuesday midnight after multiple blasts.

Indian Muslims in UK want Modi denied visa
British Indian Muslims have asked the UK government not to issue Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi a visa to the UK and have objected to MPs of the Conservative and Labour Parties inviting him to Britain.

Served on a platter
The speeches of an outgoing PM and a would-be successor were a glaring illustration of the extremes that are pulling India’s politics in contrasting directions and possibly leaving the undecided voter even more ambiguous, writes Barkha Dutt.


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