Sachin Tendulkar skipping Rahul Dravid's felicitation ceremony, defence minister AK Antony cooling the air on Army chief row, Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro's explosive chat with Pope Benedict XVI, Octomom Nadya Suleman, who posed nude for a magazine, saying she isn't ashamed of her topless act, a top Pentagon official claiming that Pakistan has an "addiction" of "playing around" with militant groups against India... here's what kept readers glued to our site:
One man missing from Dravid's felicitation — Sachin Tendulkar
Although his admirers, team mates and past India greats attended Rahul Dravid's felicitation function organised by the Indian cricket board in Mumbai, there was one man whose absence stood out. Sachin Tendulkar.
Antony cools tempers, says all three service chiefs enjoy his confidence
In possible signs of thaw, defence minister AK Antony appeared to be ruling out any action against Army chief Gen VK Singh but vowed to take the "strongest action" under laws against those responsible for the leak of his letter to the Prime Minister.
'What do you do?' Castro asks the Pope
Pope Benedict and Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro, both octogenarians, chatted for about 30 minutes at the Vatican embassy in Havana, where the Pope called for greater freedom and a bigger role for the Catholic Church in the communist-led nation.
Octomom Nadya Suleman unashamed of nude pics
Octomom Nadya Suleman, who posed nude to reveal her post-pregnancy body for Closer magazine, says she isn't ashamed of her topless act.
'Pak addicted to using militants against India'
Pakistan has an "addiction" of "playing around" with militant groups against India, a top Pentagon official said.