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Hindustan Times  New Delhi, September 28, 2013
First Published: 17:07 IST(28/9/2013) | Last Updated: 17:12 IST(28/9/2013)

Legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar turned 84 on Saturday and getting ready for next month's world championships, Vijender Singh hopes he is the right track. These were some of the most read stories on the website. Read more.

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Birthday special: Lata Mangeshkar's 20 favourite tracks
Trying to get the legendary Lata Mangeshkar to pick the top 20 songs from her repertoire of an estimated 25,000-50,000 tracks is like attempting to look for the twenty brightest pebbles on an expansive beach! But HT attempted the same on the legendary singer's 84th birthday.

Childhood abuse can lead to heart problems: Study
Lack of affection for one's children could lead to cardiovascular disease for the offspring when they become adult, a new study ahead of the World Heart Day has warned. The "toxic" stress has been linked to elevated cholesterol, cardiovascular disease, metabolic syndrome and other physical conditions posing a significant health risk.

Vijender Singh returns to the ring after a year of disappointment
Getting ready for next month's world championships, Vijender Singh hopes he is the right track. This will be his first competition after the London Olympics. Between then and now, the man who made India believe that it too could throw a mean punch has experienced fatherhood, got out of a drugs scandal and was accused of neglecting training to shoot in Ladakh.

Grand i10 effect: discounts rise on Swift, Figo, Etios Liva, Beat
The launch of Hyundai’s latest small car, the Grand i10, has triggered a price war in the compact car segment and led to an increase in the discounts on its main rivals such as Maruti Swift, Toyota Etios Liva, Chevrolet Beat and Ford Figo.


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