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Rajya Sabha deputy chairman PJ Kurien met UPA president Sonia Gandhi to explain his position over his alleged involvement in the Suryanelli rape case, bollywood heartthrob Salman Khan says that he doesn't understand Valentine’s Day, Love and its many foibles rolled out on the Google homepage today with an animated doodle celebrating Valentine's Day and secular India is gradually coming apart, says Samar Halankar. Here are some of the most read stories on hindustantimes.

india Updated: Feb 14, 2013 17:56 IST
Most read stories on HT

Rajya Sabha deputy chairman PJ Kurien met UPA president Sonia Gandhi to explain his position over his alleged involvement in the Suryanelli rape case, bollywood heartthrob Salman Khan says that he doesn't understand Valentine’s Day, Love and its many foibles rolled out on the Google homepage today with an animated doodle celebrating Valentine's Day and secular India is gradually coming apart, says Samar Halankar. Here are some of the most read stories on hindustantimes.

Suryanelli rape case: PJ Kurien meets Sonia Gandhi
Rajya Sabha deputy chairman PJ Kurien met UPA president Sonia Gandhi to explain his position over his alleged involvement in the Suryanelli rape case. Read more

Valentine’s Day means nothing to me: Salman Khan
Salman Khan has this to say about the day of love: I don’t understand Valentine’s Day. When a girl finds out that her boyfriend is attracted or even looking at another girl, woh uski raid mar deti hai (she rips him apart). This is a gimmick and a way to sell cards and roses. Read more

Many shades of love and life in Google's Valentine Doodle
Love and its many foibles rolled out on the Google homepage today with an animated doodle celebrating Valentine's Day and also the 154th birth anniversary of George Ferris, who created the ferris wheel. Read more


Our Hindu rashtra
Whether in Delhi or the states, the Congress or the BJP, secular India is gradually coming apart. The nation is being remade. Samar Halarnkar writes Read more