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Hindustantimes.com  New Delhi, September 19, 2012
First Published: 17:27 IST(19/9/2012) | Last Updated: 17:33 IST(19/9/2012)

After dodging the paparazzi for about 10 months, Beti B was finally clicked by the lensmen at Mumbai airport on her way to Chicago, Mahesh Bhupathi is considering taking legal action against the All India Tennis Association's "ban" against him and Rohan Bopanna, The Delhi high court today asked JNU and city police to ensure that no "beef and pork" festival takes place in the campus on Sep 28, A cardiologist was gunned down in New Delhi early on Wednesday by some unidentified assailants, police said. Here are some of the most read stories on our site.

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Aaradhya Bachchan's face finally caught on camera
After dodging the paparazzi for about 10 months, Beti B was finally clicked by the lensmen at Mumbai airport on her way to Chicago. Aaradhya was accompanied by mom Ash.

Bhupathi ban: It's personal and it's ugly
Mahesh Bhupathi is considering taking legal action against the All India Tennis Association's "ban" against him and Rohan Bopanna, and is pondering whether the Indian Olympic Association or the sports ministry can intervene and overturn the decision.

No beef, pork festival: High court tells JNU
The Delhi high court on Wednesday asked Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) and city police to ensure that no "beef and pork" festival takes place in the campus on Sep 28.

Delhi cardiologist shot dead, suspect arrested
A cardiologist was gunned down in New Delhi early on Wednesday by some unidentified assailants, police said. Sanjeev Dhawan, 43, was fatally shot at around 3am in his Rajinder Nagar residence in central Delhi.


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