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Hindustan Times   September 19, 2013
First Published: 17:35 IST(19/9/2013) | Last Updated: 17:47 IST(19/9/2013)

US Federal Reserve decision to keep its massive stimulus programme unchanged led to an upwardly movement of the Asian markets including India's Sensex which gained 684 points at the end of day, on the occasion of Sharad Purnima, jailed godman, Asaram Bapu's supporters converged at the Jodhpur central jail to seek his blessings,  Sushant Singh Rajput is set to romance Katrina Kaif in Abhishek Kapoor's Fitoor and a 'perfect' white diamond which is expected to fetch a record price of up to $35 million when it is auctioned in Hong Kong next month made its first appearance in the city on Thursday. Here are some of the most read stories on hindustantimes.com.

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Asian stocks, currencies rally after US Fed move; Sensex gains 684 pts
Stocks and currencies in emerging markets, including India, led an Asian rally today following a surprise decision by the US Federal Reserve to keep its massive stimulus programme intact. Read more


Asaram supporters converge on jail in Jodhpur seeking his darshan
Hundreds of supporters of self-styled godman Asaram, imprisoned on charges of sexually assaulting a minor girl, converged on the Jodhpur central jail on Thursday morning seeking darshan of their guru on the holy day of Sharad Purnima. Read more

Sushant Singh Rajput to romance Katrina Kaif in Fitoor
Sushant Singh Rajput is set to romance Katrina Kaif in Abhishek Kapoor's Fitoor, an adaptation of Charles Dicken's classics The Great Expectations. The film will go on floors early next year. Read more


'Perfect' white diamond unveiled in Hong Kong
A "perfect" white diamond which is expected to fetch a record price of up to $35 million when it is auctioned in Hong Kong next month made its first appearance in the city Thursday. Read more


 


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