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Hindustantimes.com  New Delhi, April 15, 2013
First Published: 17:55 IST(15/4/2013) | Last Updated: 18:05 IST(15/4/2013)

Himayat Baig was today convicted by a sessions court for murder, criminal conspiracy and other charges; Former Australia skipper Steve Waugh said it was for Sachin Tendulkar himself to decide whether it was time for him to retire from international cricket; Actor Shah Rukh Khan finally took out time to go and meet actor Sanjay Dutt at his bunglow late on Thursday night. In an exclusive interview, Rishi Kapoor spills the beans on his reinvention as an actor, his fights with his wife Neetu, his love for food, and his son Ranbir’s success and girlfriends. These were some of the most read stories on the website. Read more:

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Himayat Baig, accused in Pune's German Bakery blast convicted
Baig was today convicted by a sessions court for murder, criminal conspiracy and other charges, more than three years after a powerful explosion rocked the popular eatery, killing 17 and wounding 64, in Pune.

Sachin not playing up to his standards: Steve Waugh
Former Australia skipper Steve Waugh said it was for Sachin Tendulkar himself to decide whether it was time for him to retire from international cricket but his personal opinon was that the master is not playing upto his previous standards.

Shah Rukh Khan makes late night visit to Sanjay Dutt
Actor Shah Rukh Khan finally took out time to go and meet actor Sanjay Dutt at his bunglow late on Thursday night. The actor stayed for a couple of hours and it was an intense conversation...

Like Ranbir, I also had many girlfriends and link-ups: Rishi Kapoor
In an exclusive interview, Rishi Kapoor spills the beans on his reinvention as an actor, his fights with his wife Neetu, his love for food, and his son Ranbir’s success and girlfriends.


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