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india Updated: Jun 09, 2012 16:38 IST

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UN observers reporting of 'burnt flesh' in a Syrian village, Haryana Khap Panchayat getting miffed with Aamir Khan for twisted representations of their statements, and the anxiety of petrol price fluctuations grabbed the media attention today. Here are some of the most read stories on hindustantimes.com

Observers smell 'burnt flesh' in Syrian village: UN
UN observers who went to the Syria massacre village of Al-Kubeir saw blood on the walls and were hit by a "stench of burnt flesh" but could not confirm how many died, a spokesman said. Read story

Now Khap Panchayat attacks Aamir Khan
After doctors, Haryana Khap Panchayat is miffed with Aamir Khan for twisted representations of their statements. They have demanded that Aamir’s show be taken off air, reports a daily. Read story

Petrol prices to come down: Pranab
Petrol prices are expected to come down with the rate of crude declining in the international market, finance minister Pranab Mukherjee said. Read story

Anupama Chopra's review: Shanghai
The Shanghai in the title isn't a city. It’s a state of being, a metaphor, an aspirational fantasy. Read story

400 civilians trapped at Khardung La pass rescued
Some 400 civilians, including children, trapped at Khardung La pass on Srinagar-Leh National Highway in Jammu and Kashmir have been rescued, an official said. Read story