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delhi Updated: Apr 07, 2012 16:40 IST

Pakistan says even the United States doesn't have proof against Hafeez Saeed, Anupama Chopra reviews Housefull 2, KRK calls Kareena Kapoor a fat aunty, 'merchant of death' Viktor Bout is sentenced to 25 years in jail and and people get together to save country's software industry from being 'Bangalored'. Here's the list of most viewed stories on

Even US doesn't have proof against Saeed: Pak
Underlining that it cannot take action against LeT founder Hafeez Saeed in the absence of concrete proof, Pakistan said that even the US does not possess any evidence linking the Jamaat-ud-Dawah chief to terrorism.

Kareena Kapoor looks like a fat aunty: KRK
Kareena Kapoor has been getting a lot of flak about her weight ever since the IPL opening ceremony and now the latest one to take a dig at the Heroine is actor-producer Kamaal R Khan who has called her "a fat aunty."

B'lore firms innovate to avoid being 'Bangalored'
Rajesh Rao is among a handful of Indian entrepreneurs who may prevent the country's software industry from getting "Bangalored".

The 41-year-old self-confessed geek runs Dhruva, a firm that sells content and services to global online game companies from a bungalow in a crowded suburb of a city that has come to embody outsourcing and the transfer of jobs from the West.

'Merchant of Death' sentenced to 25 yrs in jail
International arms dealer Viktor Bout, whose network is alleged to have armed the al-Qaeda and Taliban, has been sentenced to 25 years in prison by a US court for conspiring to supply deadly weapons, including surface-to-air missiles, to a Colombia-based terror group.

Anupama Chopra's review: Housefull 2
Years ago, Karan Johar had joked that the credits in his films could be somewhat altered - instead of saying 'A film by Karan Johar,' it could say 'The same film by Karan Johar.' I think this would work well for Sajid Khan. Irrespective of what you think of the man and his cinema, you must admire his consistency.