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Hindustan Times   September 27, 2012
First Published: 16:40 IST(27/9/2012) | Last Updated: 16:53 IST(27/9/2012)

The negative effects of climate change poses a morbid threat to humanity as a report suggests that more than 100 million people will die and global economy will plunge into abysmal by 2030, the Supreme Court lifts its order restraining former Gujarat minister Amit Shah, an accused in the Sohrabuddin Sheikh fake encounter case, from entering Gujarat, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange lashes out at US president Barack Obama over free speech, and search engine Google completes its 14th Birthday!! Here are some of the most read stories on hindustantimes.com.

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If world doesn't act on climate, 100 mn will die by 2030: report
More than 100 million people will die and global economic growth will be cut by 3.2% of gross domestic product (GDP) by 2030 if the world fails to tackle climate change, a report commissioned by 20 governments said on Wednesday. Read more

Sohrabuddin case transferred to Mumbai; Amit Shah can enter Guj
The Supreme Court on Thursday lifted its order restraining former Gujarat minister for state of home Amit Shah - an accused in the Sohrabuddin Sheikh staged shootout case - from entering the state. Read more

Obama did more to criminalise free speech than any other US Prez: Assange
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, speaking via a choppy video feed from his virtual house arrest in London, lashed out at US President Barack Obama. Read more

Sandip Patil to take over as BCCI selection panel head
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Thursday appointed a new 5-member selection committee likely be headed by ex-cricketer Sandip Patil. Read more

Happy Birthday! Google turns 14
Google turned 14 Thursday and celebrated its birthday with a doodle of a rich chocolate cake. Read more


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