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Hindustan Times
New Delhi, December 16, 2012
First Published: 16:53 IST(16/12/2012)
Last Updated: 17:08 IST(16/12/2012)

Adam Lanza's brother defended his case via Facebook saying he wasn't the shooter, his brother was. Salman Khan plans to move out of his modest Galaxy Apartments in a year. The concept of online tuitions is catching up in India. Ashok Jain, kjriwal's party member, was declared winner after six rounds of counting in Rajasthan. These constitute the most widely read up issues to which the full stories can be found by clicking on the following links:

US shooter's brother says on Facebook 'It wasn't me'
Adam Lanza's older brother, Ryan, 24, of Hoboken, New Jersey, was being questioned by police, said a second official. Earlier, a law enforcement official mistakenly transposed the brothers' first names.

Salman Khan to move out of Galaxy Apartments, feels uncomfortable
"it's about time I get out of my current residence. It's getting increasingly uncomfortable here, with no place for my shoes and clothes."

Forget classes, India’s logging in for tuitions
Thrice a week sharp at 7 pm, 15-year-old Delhi girl Shilpa Trivedi puts on her headphones, gathers her notes and logs in to her Skype account. She connects to the call that rings out, switches her laptop camera on and spends an hour dissecting complex questions with her biology tutor.

Rajasthan: Kejriwal party member wins first-ever Right to Recall referendum
In the first-ever Right to Recall referendum in Rajasthan, the chairman of the Mangrol municipality of Baran district has won by a margin of 3,488 votes.


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