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Hindustan Times  New Delhi, November 25, 2012
First Published: 15:13 IST(25/11/2012) | Last Updated: 15:15 IST(25/11/2012)

Sachin Tendulkar's interview, A 'Pakistan' where Kasab's hanging was celebrated, Twitter - a favoured medium for celebs and politicians, Deadline Doha: last chance for deal on climate change? and Battleground 66A: A note to offenders from the offended were the most read stories on the website. Read on for more...


2000-10 was a great decade: Sachin
In a rare, exclusive interview, Sachin Tendulkar tells HT about the most agonising period in his career, bringing up his children, contentment and the only void in his life. Read more...

Battleground 66A: A note to offenders from the offended
A series of arrests over emails, tweets and FB posts has sparked outrage. At the heart of the controversy is a provision under the IT Act — section 66A. Are powerful people using this piece of law to curb free speech? Or is the section necessary to check libellous posts? Read more...

Will you be sweet, and mean what you tweet?
Twitter is a favoured medium for celebs and politicians because it gives them a chance to interact directly. It may bring them closer to you, but how real is their online avatar? Read more...

Deadline Doha: last chance for deal on climate change?
Fifteen years ago, fears about man-made climate change were enough to bind most of the industrialised world into a treaty that was flawed but at least seemed to cement the principle that greenhouse gases must be cut. Read more...

A 'Pakistan' where Kasab's hanging was celebrated
Days after the execution of Pakistani national Ajmal Amir Kasab for the 2008 Mumbai terror attack, the people of Pakistan are in a celebratory mode. Read more...

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