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No relief for bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt as the Supreme Court rejects the plea by film producer for more time for him to surrender in the 1993 Mumbai blast case, Pakistan's anti-terrorism court extends former president Musharraf's house arrest over Benazir Bhutto's killings, singer Miley Cyrus says hat Taylor Swift and Selena Gomez fans wish terrible things for her on a daily basis and the annual rush to the hills by villagers keen to harvest a rare aphrodisiac fungus dubbed 'Himalayan Viagra' has emptied rural schools in Nepal. Here are some of the most read stories on HT.

india Updated: May 14, 2013 18:01 IST

No relief for bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt as the Supreme Court rejects the plea by film producer for more time for him to surrender in the 1993 Mumbai blast case, Pakistan's anti-terrorism court extends former president Musharraf's house arrest over Benazir Bhutto's killings, singer Miley Cyrus says hat Taylor Swift and Selena Gomez fans wish terrible things for her on a daily basis and the annual rush to the hills by villagers keen to harvest a rare aphrodisiac fungus dubbed 'Himalayan Viagra' has emptied rural schools in Nepal. Here are some of the most read stories on HT.


Time up, Sanjay Dutt appeals to surrender before Pune jail
Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt today urged a designated TADA court to allow him to surrender before Yerwada jail in Pune instead of giving himself up before the special court. Read more

Pak court extends Musharraf custody in Bhutto case
A Pakistani anti-terrorism court on Tuesday extended former military ruler Pervez Musharraf's house arrest over the murder of Benazir Bhutto for 14 days, a prosecutor said. Read more


Gomez, Swift fans send me death threats daily: Miley Cyrus
Singer-actress Miley Cyrus has saidt hat Taylor Swift and Selena Gomez fans wish terrible things for her on a daily basis. Read more

Rush to harvest 'Himalayan Viagra' empties Nepal's schools
The annual rush to the hills by villagers keen to harvest a rare aphrodisiac fungus dubbed "Himalayan Viagra" has emptied rural schools in Nepal and forced them to shut, a local official said on Tuesday. Read more

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