In the space of a day, several stories have created waves and sent shockers. From the judgment on Warren Anderson to Paes' assent to play in the Olympics, HT brings you some of the most read stories.
US court frees Union Carbide, Anderson from Bhopal taint
A US court has ruled that neither Union Carbide Corporation (UCC) nor its former chairman Warren Anderson were liable for environmental remediation (reversing or stopping environmental damage) or pollution-related claims by those living around its now-defunct plant in Bhopal.
Topless Kate Upton kicked out during shoot
Kate Upton was kicked out of California’s famed Santa Monica pier during a photo shoot, after her one piece fell off.
Petrol cheaper by Rs. 2.46, price may be slashed further
Following a steep fall in global crude oil prices, the oil marketing companies have slashed petrol prices by Rs. 2.46 to Rs. 3.22 a litre — the second reduction this month — from Thursday midnight.
Paes refuses to play politics, says will play in London
Ending days of speculation, Indian tennis veteran Leander Paes has confirmed his participation in the London Olympics setting aside his initial fury at being paired with a lower-ranked Vishnu Vardhan in men's doubles.
For Pakistanis, India bigger threat than Taliban, al Qaeda: Survey
Only one in five Pakistanis have a favourable view of India with almost six in ten considering it a bigger threat to their country than the Taliban, or al Qaeda, according to a new survey. Read more