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Hindustantimes.com  New Delhi, September 11, 2012
First Published: 19:03 IST(11/9/2012) | Last Updated: 19:14 IST(11/9/2012)

Barely a day in police custody for questioning after his arrest on sedition charges, cartoonist Aseem Trivedi was sent to judicial custody as his case created a nationwide furore and led to widespread criticism of the government's "intolerance", Apple becomes the focus of the technology universe as the world awaits a new iPhone with a big, beautiful touchscreen and connectivity to blazingly fast telecom networks, Kristen Stewart is cuddling up to her stuffed toys for security and comfort, hoping that they’ll help her get over any nerves she has about appearing in public, after her cheating scandal surfaced. Here are some of the most read stories on hindustantimes.com

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Cartoonist Aseem Trivedi sent to judicial custody, govt faces flak
Barely a day in police custody for questioning after his arrest on sedition charges, cartoonist Aseem Trivedi was on Monday sent to judicial custody as his case created a nationwide furore and led to widespread criticism of the government's "intolerance".

Uneasy calm in Kudankulam, police tighten vigil
An uneasy calm prevailed in Kudankulam on Tuesday with police tightening vigil as anti-nuclear protesters continued with their relay fast at Idinthakari, epicentre of protests against the Kudankulam Nuclear plant, condemning the action against anti-KNPP activists.

iPhone 5: World awaits Apple's latest phone
Apple becomes the focus of the technology universe on Wednesday as the world awaits a new iPhone with a big, beautiful touchscreen and connectivity to blazingly fast telecom networks.

'Obsessed' Kristen can't sleep without teddies gifted by Pattinson
Kristen Stewart is cuddling up to her stuffed toys for security and comfort, hoping that they’ll help her get over any nerves she has about appearing in public, after her cheating scandal surfaced.


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