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india Updated: Aug 10, 2012 17:56 IST
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The Mumbai police crime branch arrested Sajjad Ahmed Mughal, 22, the watchman of Himalayan Heights for allegedly murdering lawyer Pallavi Purkhayastha at her Wadala residence on Thursday night, Star batsman Yuvraj Singh has been selected for the Twenty20 World Cup to be held in Sri Lanka in September.

Chetan Bhagat has become synonymous with controversy. Close on the heels of his latest book release, What Young India Wants, he is in the centre of another storm. If the Olympics gave a medal for corruption, India could have won a gold, says yoga guru Baba Ramdev.

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Guard was perverted, killed woman lawyer: Mumbai cops
The Mumbai police crime branch arrested Sajjad Ahmed Mughal, 22, the watchman of Himalayan Heights for allegedly murdering lawyer Pallavi Purkhayastha at her Wadala residence on Thursday night. Pathan was arrested from Mumbai Central railway station as he was on his way to flee to Jammu and Kashmir by a train.


Yuvraj Singh is back, to play in T20 World Cup
Star batsman Yuvraj Singh has been selected for the Twenty20 World Cup to be held in Sri Lanka in September, according to reports. Earlier, BCCI doctors had declared Yuvraj Singh fit to play cricket. Yuvraj was already a part of India's 30-member preliminary squad for the tournament in Sri Lanka.


Chetan Bhagat blasted in magazine, trends on Twitter
Chetan Bhagat has become synonymous with controversy. Close on the heels of his latest book release, What Young India Wants, he in the centre of another storm.


Celebs flood Twitter with Janmashtami wishes
While celebs like Emraan Hashmi and Hrithik Roshan are all set to attend dahi handi events in Mumbai today, Janmashtami fever has gripped the twitterverse too as celebs go overboard posting their wishes on Twitter.


India can win gold for corruption, says Ramdev
If the Olympics gave a medal for corruption, India could have won a gold, yoga guru Baba Ramdev said on Friday as thousands poured into the Ramlila Grounds in New Delhi on day two of his fast.