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Even as the Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi is strutting around talking about the development that he has brought about in his state, an acute water crisis grips many parts of the state, bollywood hottie Sunny Leone's item number in Shootout At Wadala runs into controversy with the censor board, IT giants Google and Microsoft are in a rift over ad and regulatory issues and the Sholapur farmer who was ridiculed by deputy chief minister of Maharashtra Ajit Pawar gets a relief from the Bombay high court. Here are some of the most read stories on hindustantimes.com.

india Updated: Apr 10, 2013 17:36 IST

Even as the Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi is strutting his around talking about the development that he has brought about in his state, an acute water crisis grips many parts of the state, bollywood hottie Sunny Leone's item number in Shootout At Wadala runs into controversy with the censor board, IT giants Google and Microsoft are in a rift over ad and regulatory issues and the Sholapur farmer who was ridiculed by deputy chief minister of Maharashtra Ajit Pawar gets a relief from the Bombay high court. Here are some of the most read stories on hindustantimes.com.

Vibrant Gujarat? Half of state is battling drought
If Maharashtra is facing its worst drought in 40 years, can neighbouring Gujarat be far behind? Read more

Sunny Leone's Laila in censor trouble
Sanjay Gupta’s Shootout At Wadala (SAW) has been in the middle of controversies of late. Read more

Microsoft assault on Google shows industry shift
Microsoft is skewering Google again with ads and regulatory bashing that say as much about the dramatic shift in the technology industry's competitive landscape as they do about the animosity between the two rivals. Read more

Farmer snubbed by Ajit Pawar scores a point in court
The plea of the farmer from Sholapur, Prabhakar Deshmukh, was mocked by the deputy chief minister of Maharashtra Ajit Pawar, but the Bombay high court agreed to release water into Ujani Dam. Read more