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The Maoists’ dance of the macabre just after gunning down the Salwa Judum founder Mahendra Karma seems to have been just the prelude, the Delhi Police claiming to have busted the elusive ‘fourth module’ of bookies involved in the spot-fixing scandal, assured arrests of more cricketers in the coming days, a Kerala-born Kollywood actress and her live-in partner were arrested from a plush south Delhi farmhouse in a joint operation by the Chennai and the Delhi Police in a cheating case and US President Barack Obama joked about a lipstick stain on his collar during a White House event, saying that he is explaining the red mark on his shirt to avoid trouble with the First Lady. These were today's most read stories on HT... read more.

india Updated: May 29, 2013 15:47 IST

The Maoists’ dance of the macabre just after gunning down the Salwa Judum founder Mahendra Karma seems to have been just the prelude, the Delhi Police claiming to have busted the elusive ‘fourth module’ of bookies involved in the spot-fixing scandal, assured arrests of more cricketers in the coming days, a Kerala-born Kollywood actress and her live-in partner were arrested from a plush south Delhi farmhouse in a joint operation by the Chennai and the Delhi Police in a cheating case and US President Barack Obama joked about a lipstick stain on his collar during a White House event, saying that he is explaining the red mark on his shirt to avoid trouble with the First Lady. These were today's most read stories on HT... read more.

Flush with Bastar success, Maoists plan more attacks

The Maoists’ dance of the macabre just after gunning down the Salwa Judum founder Mahendra Karma seems to have been just the prelude. Intelligence reports speak of celebrations by the ultra leftists in the dense forested tracts across Chhattisgarh and even neighbouring Andhra Pradesh. "These celebrations are taking place in the liberated zones across the Maoist-hit Red corridor," a top official involved in anti-Maoist operations told HT.

Spot-fixing: Kolkata-Bangalore tie on May 12 under scanner

The Delhi Police claiming to have busted the elusive ‘fourth module’ of bookies involved in the spot-fixing scandal, assured arrests of more cricketers in the coming days, adding another T20 league match was under the scanner.

John Abraham's costar Leena Maria Paul arrested for duping bank

A Kerala-born Kollywood actress and her live-in partner were arrested from a plush south Delhi farmhouse in a joint operation by the Chennai and the Delhi Police in a cheating case. Leena Maria Paul, 25, who has acted in a handful of movies such as Madras Café (under production) opposite John Abraham and Red Chillies, was absconding in a cheating case registered in Chennai while her friend, one Balaji alias Sekar Reddy, recently cheated Canara Bank of Rs. 19 crore, said BS Jaiswal, DCP (south).

Barack Obama explains lipstick mark on his collar

US President Barack Obama joked about a lipstick stain on his collar during a White House event, saying that he is explaining the red mark on his shirt to avoid trouble with the First Lady. Obama was speaking during a reception he had hosted for the Asian American Pacific Islanders (AAP), which among others was attended by a number of eminent Indian-Americans.