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Hindustantimes.com  New Delhi, August 18, 2013
First Published: 17:58 IST(18/8/2013) | Last Updated: 18:03 IST(18/8/2013)

The video of an 80-year-old Sikh man being punched in the face and shoved to the ground by a 19-year-old British woman has triggered outrage amid fresh concerns over hate crimes; behind one of the most prized catches of Indian security agencies, Syed Abdul Karim alias Tunda, there is a carefully calibrated intelligence operation across three nations spanning almost two decades; the world's largest spirits maker Diageo Plc has proposed an annual pay package of up to 10.9 million British pound (about Rs. 105 crore) for its newly appointed, Indian-origin CEO Ivan Menezes; India's cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar said Twenty20 has made the game innovative and asked youngsters to learn a few shots for Tests since it is no more just "block and block, which was the norm earlier". These were some of the most read stories on the site. Read more:

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Hate crime: British teen assaults Sikh man, to be produced in court on Monday
The video of an 80-year-old Sikh man being punched in the face and shoved to the ground by a 19-year-old British woman has triggered outrage amid fresh concerns over hate crimes.

Tunda arrest: 20-year trail led to prized catch
Behind one of the most prized catches of Indian security agencies, Syed Abdul Karim alias Tunda, there is a carefully calibrated intelligence operation across three nations spanning almost two decades.

Diageo's Indian-origin CEO Ivan Menezes to get up to Rs. 105-cr pay package
The world's largest spirits maker Diageo Plc has proposed an annual pay package of up to 10.9 million British pound (about Rs. 105 crore) for its newly appointed, Indian-origin CEO Ivan Menezes.

You just can't keeping blocking in Tests anymore: Tendulkar
India's cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar said Twenty20 has made the game innovative and asked youngsters to learn a few shots for Tests since it is no more just "block and block, which was the norm earlier".


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