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india Updated: Aug 03, 2012 23:19 IST

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Saina lost to China's Yihan Wang in the semi-finals at the London Olympics 2012 but will play for the bronze medal. Former RSS chief KS Sudarshan who went missing for about five hours after he went for a morning walk in Mysore. SRK was asked to pay Rs. 100 fine for his smoking-in-public act recently.

The judgment of the fine was pronounced by the Jaipur city court on a petition filed against the actor.

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