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Hindustantimes.com  New Delhi, December 18, 2012
First Published: 17:05 IST(18/12/2012) | Last Updated: 17:09 IST(18/12/2012)

Sachin Tendulkar must be regretting his "blunder" of not calling it a day in March 2011 when India won the Cricket World Cup, said a leading Pakistani daily today, promoter of crisis-ridden Kingfisher Airlines and UB Group Chairman Vijay Mallya made an offering of gold bricks, weighing about three kg, at the famous hill shrine of Lord Venkateswara on his 58th birthday, the Shiv Sena has finally removed the temporary memorial of the late party founder Bal Thackeray at Shivaji Park, where he was cremated. Here are some of the most read stories on the site.

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Sena removes Thackeray's memorial structure from Shivaji Park
The Shiv Sena has finally removed the temporary memorial of the late party founder Bal Thackeray at Shivaji Park, where he was cremated. Work began after midnight on Monday and was completed just early on Tuesday morning.

Pakistani daily rues Tendulkar's fall from graces
Sachin Tendulkar must be regretting his "blunder" of not calling it a day in March 2011 when India won the Cricket World Cup, said a leading Pakistani daily on Tuesday.

Vijay Mallya offers 3 kg gold to Lord Venkateswara
Promoter of crisis-ridden Kingfisher Airlines and UB Group Chairman Vijay Mallya made an offering of gold bricks, weighing about three kg, at the famous hill shrine of Lord Venkateswara on his 58th birthday on Tuesday.

Balika Vadhu brings in Jagya's new love Sriti Jha
After rumours of Pratyusha Banerjee quitting her hit TV show Balika Vadhu (Colors) and Sriti Jha replacing her, here’s some fresh news. The makers have signed on Sriti Jha for the show, not to play Anandi but as Jagya’s (Shashank Vyas) new love interest.


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