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Hindustan Times  New Delhi, September 03, 2013
First Published: 17:31 IST(3/9/2013) | Last Updated: 17:39 IST(3/9/2013)

The trial of four adult suspects accused of the fatal gang-rape of a student on a Delhi bus in December will conclude on September 10; reports of a "missile strike" on Syria sent markets in India tumbling by over 700 points on Tuesday; Hyundai Motor India Limited launched its new hatchback Grand i10 in India at Rs. 4.30-5.48 lakh for the four petrol variants and Rs. 5.24-6.41 lakh for the four diesel variants; and Congress on Tuesday demanded the resignation of Narendra Modi, in the wake of a sting operation claiming to "expose" a plan by senior BJP leaders to save the Gujarat chief minister's key aide Amit Shah in the Tulsi Prajapati fake encounter case. These were some of the most read stories on the site. Read more:

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'No more delays': Delhi gang-rape trial ends on Sept 10
The trial of four adult suspects accused of the fatal gang-rape of a student on a Delhi bus in December last year will conclude on September 10, the presiding judge Yogesh Khanna said on Tuesday. Read more:

Sensex tumbles by more than 700 points after reports of 'missile strike' on Syria
Reports of a "missile strike" on Syria sent markets in India tumbling on Tuesday, with the BSE benchmark Sensex closing at 18,234.66, down 651.47 points or 3.45%. Barely 40 minutes before the closing bell at 4pm, the markets had tumbled by more than 700 points at 3.20pm. Read more:

Hyundai launches Grand i10 in diesel and petrol variants
Hyundai Motor India Limited launched its new hatchback Grand i10 in India at Rs. 4.30-5.48 lakh for the four petrol variants and Rs. 5.24-6.41 lakh for the four diesel variants. Read more:

Prajapati case: Cong demands Modi's resignation
Congress on Tuesday demanded the resignation of Narendra Modi in the wake of a sting operation claiming to "expose" a plan by senior BJP leaders to save the Gujarat chief minister's key aide Amit Shah in Tulsi Prajapati fake encounter case. Read more:


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