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None   November 16, 2012
First Published: 19:59 IST(16/11/2012) | Last Updated: 20:02 IST(16/11/2012)

The country today summoned the Irish Ambassador over the tragic death of an Indian dentist in Ireland, Aung San Suu Kyi described her "friendship" with India and its people and a few more were most viewed by readers on the website. Listed below are the most read stories.

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Savita death: India conveys 'angst', hopes for independent probe
The country today summoned the Irish Ambassador to convey its "concern and angst" over the untimely and tragic death of an Indian dentist in Ireland and hoped the inquiry which has been instituted by that country would be "independent". Read more.

I feel myself partly a citizen of India: Suu Kyi
"I feel myself partly a citizen of India -- a citizen of love and honour."  This is how Nobel Peace laureate and Myanmar's pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi on Friday described her "friendship" with India and its people. Read more.

Rushdie a great wit and flirt: Padma Lakshmi
Salman Rushdie and Padma Lakshmi's marriage may have lasted only three years but the 'Top Chef' host says they had great time together because the Booker prize winning author "is a great wit and flirt". Read more.

Differences with Salman won't be resolved publicly: SRK
Shah Rukh Khan today said at the HT Leadership Summit that his longstanding disagreements with Salman Khan will not come to an end courtesy a film. Even as Katrina hopes to produce a movie featuring both actors, SRK says it's not going to happen. Read more.

Rahul Gandhi is our new commander: Khurshid
Senior Congress Party leader and external affairs minister Salman Khurshid on Friday welcomed the elevation of Rahul Gandhi as the head of the party's 2014 poll coordination committee, describing him as the Congress's new commander. Read more.


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