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Hindustantimes.com  New Delhi, January 02, 2013
First Published: 17:48 IST(2/1/2013) | Last Updated: 17:52 IST(2/1/2013)

A day after Union Minister Shashi Tharoor favoured naming the revised anti-rape law after Delhi gang-rape victim, her family members on Wednesday said they have no objection to it and the move would be an honour to the girl, a controversy has broken out after young girls danced in skimpy clothes at a Trinamool Congress foundation day function at Bhangar in South 24 Parganas district with a TMC leader allegedly throwing wads of currency notes at them, in a setback to Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi, the Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld the appointment of Justice (retd) RA Mehta as the Lokayukta of the state. Here are some of the most read stories on the site.

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Rape law in daughter's name will be an honour: family
A day after Union Minister Shashi Tharoor favoured naming the revised anti-rape law after Delhi gang-rape victim, her family members on Wednesday said they have no objection to it and the move would be an honour to the girl.

TMC member throws money on dancing girls, party promises action
A controversy has broken out after young girls danced in skimpy clothes at a Trinamool Congress foundation day function at Bhangar in South 24 Parganas district with a TMC leader allegedly throwing wads of currency notes at them.

HONEY SINGH: why he shouldn't face the rap alone
For almost a month now, everyone has been demanding better attitude towards women and so is Kalpana Mishra. Anti-women lyrics have become the fashion and trend of our age.

SC upholds appointment of Gujarat Lokayukta
In a setback to Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi, the Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld the appointment of Justice (retd) RA Mehta as the Lokayukta of the state.


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