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Hindustantimes.com  New Delhi, December 17, 2012
First Published: 17:20 IST(17/12/2012) | Last Updated: 17:32 IST(18/1/2013)

Gujarat chief minister Narenda Modi urged the state to break previous record of voting percentage as he cast his vote in the second phase of Gujarat Assembly elections today, the goverment has had to explain how Pakistan interior minister Rehman Malik got away with making controversial statements during his short visit to India last week, Poonam Pandey seems to have charmed almost everyone around. The hottie has managed to gain Nasha director Amit Saxena's confidence too. Here are some of the most read stories on the site.

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Gujarat: 55% polling till 3 pm, Modi says BJP will make hat-trick
Gujarat chief minister Narenda Modi urged the state to break previous record of voting percentage as he cast his vote in the second phase of Gujarat Assembly elections on Monday.

Malik 'misinformed', Hafiz Saeed wasn't arrested for 26/11: Shinde
The goverment has had to explain how Pakistan interior minister Rehman Malik got away with making controversial statements during his short visit to India last week. The BJP raised the matter in Parliament on Monday and demanded that it explain why the government didn't counter Malik.

Nasha director impressed with Poonam Pandey, calls her better than Bipasha
Poonam Pandey seems to have charmed almost everyone around! The hottie has managed to gain Nasha director Amit Saxena's confidence too. The director is extremely impressed with the model-turned-actress, so much so that he even called her better than Bipasha Basu.

SRK to sport never-seen-before action hero avatar for Chennai Express
What can you expect when Shah Rukh Khan (his last release, the Rs. 100 cr grosser, Jab Tak Hai Jaan, reaffirmed his romantic hero status) and director Rohit Shetty come together? It seems, next year, SRK will don a completely new avatar.


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