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india Updated: Jul 12, 2012 20:00 IST

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Former India vice-captain Gautam gambhir in an interview to HT speaks about how he always wanted to be a leader. Legendary actor and wrestling champ Dara Singh passed away at his Mumbai residence. Get set for a trip to Pagalpur with Akshay Kumar and Sonakshi Sinha as they search for aliens in Shirish Kunder's Joker. An unarmed Pakistani soldier was arrested by the Indian Army in Poonch district, about 230km from Jammu, early Thursday morning after he had crossed over the Line of Control (LoC) dividing India and Pakistan. Five days after a Visva-Bharati hostel warden shocked the country by making a 10-year old student lick her urine, the university registrar issued a statement of apology today.


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Always wanted to be a leader
He may no longer be the India vice-captain, but that does not bother Gautam Gambhir, for he aims for a much bigger role — one that can make do without an official designation.

Wrestling and screen hero Dara Singh dies
Former wrestling champion and actor Dara Singh died at his home in Mumbai on Thursday morning following a brief illness, doctors treating him said. He was 84.

TWITTER RELEASE: Trailer of Akshay-Sonakshi's Joker out!
Get set for a trip to Pagalpur with Akshay Kumar and Sonakshi Sinha as they search for aliens in Shirish Kunder's Joker. Sounds bizarre? The first theatrical trailer of Joker has all this and more.

Love brings Pak soldier across the border, arrested
An unarmed Pakistani soldier was arrested by the Indian Army in Poonch district, about 230km from Jammu, early Thursday morning after he had crossed over the Line of Control (LoC) dividing India and Pakistan.

Univ sorry for urine incident, promises reforms
Five days after a Visva-Bharati hostel warden shocked the country by making a 10-year old student lick her urine, the university registrar issued a statement of apology on Thursday.