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Hindustantimes.com  New Delhi, December 21, 2012
First Published: 19:49 IST(21/12/2012) | Last Updated: 21:37 IST(21/12/2012)

A Delhi court on Friday ordered framing of charges against sacked CWG organising committee chairman Suresh Kalmadi and others for offences of forgery, cheating and conspiracy in a Games-related graft case, Psy's Gangnam Style video was galloping towards the one-billion-view mark on YouTube Friday, a fresh milestone in the enduring global craze for the South Korean rapper and his horse-riding dance, till late afternoon on Friday, Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar had not spoken a word on Modi's victory. Here are some of the most read stories on the site.

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Nitish silent on Narendra Modi's win, Bihar BJP comments
As country debated whether a hat-trick of assembly poll victories had inexorably catapulted Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi to the position of the front-runner in the NDA prime ministerial nominee race, one man who had given him the thumbs down earlier was eloquent in his silence.

Court orders framing of charges against Kalmadi
A Delhi court on Friday ordered framing of charges against sacked CWG organising committee chairman Suresh Kalmadi and others for offences of forgery, cheating and conspiracy in a Games-related graft case.

SPOTTED: Riya Sen locks lips with a girl at party
We haven't seen Riya Sen for a while now, but the actress certainly knows how to stay in news! Sen was spotted kissing a girl passionately in a party recently.

Super-rich Singaporeans most miserable in world: survey
Afghans and Iraqis have been traumatised by years of war but the people of super-rich Singapore are even more miserable, coming dead last in a Gallup ranking of "positive emotions" around the world.


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