Indian wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt who clinched a bronze medal at the London Olympics says that he doesn't chase girls but rather goes for the medals, Parliament is rocked by the issue of black money, a 1983 Macintosh computer ad goes viral on the net, and again another Indian wrestler, Sushil Kumar
who made India proud by winning a silver medal is lauded by star cricketers. Here are some of the most read stories on hindustantimes.com.
We chase medals, not women: Yogeshwar Dutt
The diminutive Dutt talks straight and talks fast in a cut and dry tone that brooks little argument. Read more
Olympics 2012 comes to rocking end with a pop party
Some of Britain's greatest singers and celebrities provided a touch of glamour and vibrance as London bid a grand farewell to 30th Olympic Games with a heady mix of music, culture and dazzling fireworks in London. Read more
VIRAL ON WEB: Never-broadcast Apple Macintosh 1983 ad
An advertisement for the 1983 Macintosh computer by tech giant Apple, which wasn’t broadcasted ever, has now been posted online. Read more
Black money issue rocks Parliament
BJP-led coalition disrupted Parliament over the issue of black money on Monday by demanding that the government should announce a time-bound plan to bring back such unaccounted money stashed abroad. Read more
Tendulkar, Sehwag laud fighter Sushil
India's star cricketers gave a collective round of applause to wrestler Sushil Kumar for clinching a silver medal. Read more
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