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Hindustantimes.com  New Delhi, November 23, 2012
First Published: 16:17 IST(23/11/2012) | Last Updated: 16:19 IST(23/11/2012)

Virender Sehwag became the ninth Indian cricketer to complete a century of Test appearances when he took the field in Mumbai in the second match of the ongoing series against England, Ang Lee's Life of Pi has managed to impress critics with its extraordinary visual effects, making the 3D exprerience definitely worth a watch, He has squared off against the most fearsome of pace attacks all over the world but veteran Sachin Tendulkar jokes that it is nothing when compared to facing his wife when she is upset! Here are some of the most read stories on the site.

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'Milestone man' Sehwag completes ton of Test appearances
Opener Virender Sehwag on Friday became the ninth Indian cricketer to complete a century of Test appearances when he took the field in Mumbai in the second match of the ongoing series against England.

Life of Pi review: Ang Lee's tale a hit, say critics
An adaptation of Yann Martel's bestseller about a 16-year-old Indian boy named Pi who survives a shipwreck and crosses the Pacific in a lifeboat, Ang Lee's Life of Pi has managed to impress critics with its extraordinary visual effects, making the 3D exprerience definitely worth a watch.

Upset wife more fearsome than enraged pacer, jokes Tendulkar
He has squared off against the most fearsome of pace attacks all over the world but veteran Sachin Tendulkar jokes that it is nothing when compared to facing his wife when she is upset!

Facebook comment row: Palghar girls become online heroes
There has been tremendous online support for Shaheen Dhada, 21, and her friend Rinu Srinivasan, 21 — the two girls from Palghar who were arrested for a comment on Facebook that questioned the shutdown of the city for Bal Thackeray’s funeral.


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