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Most read HT stories

A wide array of our stories invite varied reactions from our readers. From the social issues of Satyameva Jayate to Sunny Leone's latest stunts, here are some of the most read stories on hindustantimes.com.

india Updated: May 09, 2012 17:15 IST

A wide array of our stories invite varied reactions from our readers. From the social issues of Satyameva Jayate to Sunny Leone's latest stunts, here are some of the most read stories on hindustantimes.com.

Sunny Leone goes topless for FHM
Porn star-turned-actor Sunny Leone has gone topless for FHM India's May edition. The hot siren has posed boldly in a sheer green sari sans blouse. Although she covers her modesty with the edge of her sari, she does give a sneak peek of her assets. Read story here

Pranab's message to MNCs: India no tax haven
Finance minister Pranab Mukherjee on Tuesday offered no relief to British telecom major Vodafone on its five-year-old tax dispute with the Indian government, making it clear there was no rethink on the proposal to allow authorities to tax older corporate deals. Read story here

Centre sacks 10, shuts pilot association offices
Civil aviation minister Ajit Singh made the government’s intention clear when he said that “disruption and discussion cannot go hand-in-hand”. Though the airline management had initially given pilots time till 6 pm to return to work, it then decided to act sooner. Read story here

Aamir Khan to meet Rajasthan CM on female foeticide issue
Bollywood actor Aamir Khan is likely to meet Rajasthan chief minister Ashok Gehlot today in connection with female foeticide cases highlighted by his TV reality show Satyamev Jayate. Read story here

Post Jannat 2, Emraan Hashmi joins the bankable stars league
The Mahesh Bhatt-Emraan Hashmi combination seems to be a winning formula for the box-office. Their recent venture, Jannat 2, has raked in an opening weekend net collection of Rs. 24. 03 crore, says trade analyst Taran Adarsh. Read story here