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Hindustantimes.com  New Delhi, August 30, 2013
First Published: 17:32 IST(30/8/2013) | Last Updated: 11:35 IST(31/8/2013)

Bringing their differences into open, outgoing RBI governor D Subbarao on Thursday took a dig at finance minister P Chidambaram for his comment once that he would "walk alone" to ensure growth in the face of tight money policy of the central bank; keeping the police waiting, self-styled godman Asaram, who was summoned by Jodhpur Police to appear before it in a sexual assault case, on Friday did not surrender, with his son claiming that he was taken ill even as the Rajasthan Police decided to send a team to Madhya Pradesh to interrogate him; after posters surfaced in Amritsar offering Rs. 2 lakh reward to anybody who found the ‘missing’ member of Parliament Navjot Singh Sidhu, the cricketer-turned-politician is all set to return to his constituency early next month; with actors like Amitabh Bachchan, Ajay Devgn and Manoj Bajpai, and a bruning issue as a premise, the expectations were sky-high, but Satyagraha could not live up to the expectations, at least for most critics. these were some of the most read stories on the site. Read more:

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Chidambaram will one day say 'thank God RBI exists': Subbarao
Bringing their differences into open, outgoing RBI governor D Subbarao on Thursday took a dig at finance minister P Chidambaram for his comment once that he would "walk alone" to ensure growth in the face of tight money policy of the central bank.

Asaram won't surrender before police today: son
Keeping the police waiting, self-styled godman Asaram, who was summoned by Jodhpur Police to appear before it in a sexual assault case, on Friday did not surrender, with his son claiming that he was taken ill even as the Rajasthan Police decided to send a team to Madhya Pradesh to interrogate him.

After eight-month absence, Sidhu to face hostile voters
After posters surfaced in Amritsar offering Rs. 2 lakh reward to anybody who found the ‘missing’ member of Parliament Navjot Singh Sidhu, the cricketer-turned-politician is all set to return to his constituency early next month.

Critics' review: watch Satyagraha for performances
With actors like Amitabh Bachchan, Ajay Devgn and Manoj Bajpai, and a burning issue as premise, expectations were sky-high from Satyagraha. Prakash Jha, however, could not live up to the expectations, at least for most critics.


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