Congress general secretary Digvijaya Singh slams Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi terms him a 'fascist', the ill-fated INS Sindhurakshak submarine was caused by possible ignition of armament says defence minister AK Antony, after being clinically dead for 42 minutes, doctors in Australia are able to bring back woman to life and the bollywood flick Chennai Express has collected Rs. 72 crores in little more than a week's time. Here are some of the most read stories on hindustantimes.com.
Digvijaya slams Narendra Modi, calls him 'fascist'
Slamming as 'fascist' Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi's pitch for a "Congress Mukt Bharat", Congress leader Digvijaya Singh today reached out to all non-BJP parties on the plank of secularism. Read more
Submarine blasts due to armament ignition: Antony
Preliminary investigations have indicated that blasts on INS Sindhurakshak submarine were caused by "possible ignition" of armament, defence minister AK Antony told the Rajya Sabha on Monday. Read more
Australian doctors bring woman back from the dead
An Australian woman has lived to tell the tale after being brought back to life from being clinically dead for 42 minutes, doctors said on Monday. Read more
SRK's Chennai Express breaks records overseas
Chennai Express has set yet another record, this time in the international markets. Shah Rukh Khan breaks his own record of overseas opening collections with Chennai Express that has collected Rs. 72 crores in 9 days. Read more