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A thick bright blueish white light streaked up from the ground as the PSLV rocket zoomed up and disappeared into thick dark clouds, on its journey to ferry India's first navigational satellite into its space orbit on Monday night.

india Updated: Jul 02, 2013 18:30 IST

A thick bright blueish white light streaked up from the ground as the PSLV rocket zoomed up and disappeared into thick dark clouds; a courier consignment of cash, gold and diamond jewellery, estimated to be worth a staggering Rs 200 crore was seized in Mumbai late Monday; a maintenance worker surprised passers-by near a Chinese railway station when he starting watching a banned porn film, not realising his computer was connected to a giant screen; music producer Pharrell Williams filed a lawsuit on Monday asking a US court to rule that he has not violated any trademark that Black Eyed Peas rapper will.i.am owns. These were some of the most read stories on the site. Read more:

India successfully launches first navigation satellite
A thick bright blueish white light streaked up from the ground as the PSLV rocket zoomed up and disappeared into thick dark clouds, on its journey to ferry India's first navigational satellite into its space orbit on Monday night. Read more

Mumbai: 4 trucks with over 150 bags of cash seized
A courier consignment of cash, gold and diamond jewellery, estimated to be worth a staggering Rs. 200 crore was seized in Mumbai late Monday by the National Investigation Agency and Income Tax Department, an official said. Read more

Oops! Chinese man watches porn film, hundreds join in
A maintenance worker surprised passers-by near a Chinese railway station when he starting watching a banned porn film, not realising his computer was connected to a giant screen, state media said Tuesday. Read more

Music producer Pharrell Williams sues rapper Will.i.am over name
Music producer Pharrell Williams filed a lawsuit on Monday asking a US court to rule that he has not violated any trademark that Black Eyed Peas rapper will.i.am owns for the phrase "I AM." Read more