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First Published: 16:14 IST(27/10/2012) | Last Updated: 16:17 IST(27/10/2012)

Ambika Soni, Mukul Wasnik, Subodh Kant Sahai resign ahead of cabinet reshuffle, Imran Khan pulled off US-bound flight and questioned, Vettel on pole in F1 Indian GP and Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart will attend their film's premier together were most read by viewers. Here is the list. Read on.


Soni, Wasnik, Sahai resign ahead of cabinet reshuffle
Ahead of tomorrow's reshuffle of the Union Council of Ministers, three cabinet ministers and a minister of state resigned today, saying they want to work for the party. Read more.

Imran Khan pulled off US-bound flight, questioned
Pakistani cricketer turned politician Imran Khan was stopped by US immigration officials and questioned about his views on American drone strikes in his country, party officials said on Saturday. Read more.

Vettel 'pats his horse' to pole for Indian Grand Prix
Given the wild start to the 2012 Formula 1 season that saw seven winners in the first seven races, its a bit disappointing that it has come to the point that the post-qualifying press conference is more entertaining than the action out on track. Read more.

We’re attending the premiere together: Kristen Stewart
Kristen Stewart confirms she will attend the film’s premiere with Robert Pattinson and demands privacy on her relationship. The pair talks about the Twilight series coming to an end and what the future has in store. Read more.

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