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Apple's iPhone 5 fulfilled many expectations, but offered few surprises to Apple's record high shares; a hairstylist was killed by his gay partner and his friends for a petty Rs. 49; with the buzz around the poem penned by Aditya Chopra in SRK starrer Jab Tak hai Jaan, King Khan took to translating the poem from Hindi to English; and 'Dilli Chalo' war cry of Netaji fell silent with the death of bodyguard Krishna Bahdur Mukhia. These were some of the most viewed stories on www.hindustantimes.com:

delhi Updated: Sep 13, 2012 16:34 IST

Apple's iPhone 5 fulfilled many expectations, but offered few surprises to Apple's record high shares; a hairstylist was killed by his gay partner and his friends for a petty Rs. 49; with the immense buzz about the poem penned by Aditya Chopra in SRK starrer Jab Tak hai Jaan, King Khan took to translating the poem from Hindi to English; and 'Dilli Chalo' war cry of Netaji fell silent with the death of bodyguard Krishna Bahdur Mukhia. These were some of the most viewed stories on www.hindustantimes.com:


Apple's iPhone 5 bigger, faster but lacks 'wow'
Apple's iPhone 5 fulfilled many expectations laid out by gadget geeks and technology analysts ahead of its Wednesday launch but offered few surprises to give Apple shares another major kick. Read more


Hairdresser killed by gay partner for Rs. 49
A hairstylist was killed by his gay partner and his friends, who thought they would strike it rich by emptying his bank account. All they found was Rs. 49. Read more


SRK the poet: Shah Rukh Khan translates Jab Tak Hai Jaan poem
When Shakespeare asked what's in a name, he probably didn't think of the title of the Shah Rukh Khan starrer Jab Tak Hai Jaan. Following the immense buzz the poem penned by Aditya Chopra has stirred, King Khan took to translating the poem from Hindi to English. Read more.


Netaji’s bodyguard in Burma jungles passes away
The ‘Dilli Chalo’ war cry that had struck fear in the hearts of the British fell silent with the death of Krishna Bahdur Mukhia, the personal bodyguard of Netaji Subash Chandra Bose, during his warring days in the jungles of Burma in 1943. Read more