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India's cricket selection committee drops Gautam Gambhi and replaces with Shikhar Dhawan and brings back off-spinner Harbhajan Singh for the Australia Test series, Bollywood's Salman Khan says that he will undertake the long-pending trip abroad for his treatment soon, Delhi high court helds a man guilty of sodomising a five-year-old boy in 2010 and Punjab BJP has been seen as dragging its feet over the punishment of Devinder Singh Bhullar and Balwant Singh Rajoana for their terrorism activities. Here are some of the most read stories on hindustantimes.com

india Updated: Feb 10, 2013 17:15 IST

India's cricket selection committee drops Gautam Gambhi and replaces him with Shikhar Dhawan and brings back off-spinner Harbhajan Singh for the Australia Test series, Bollywood's Salman Khan says that he will undertake the long-pending trip abroad for his treatment soon, Delhi high court helds a man guilty of sodomising a five-year-old boy in 2010 and Punjab BJP has been seen as dragging its feet over the punishment of Devinder Singh Bhullar and Balwant Singh Rajoana for their terrorism activities. Here are some of the most read stories on hindustantimes.com

Australia series: Selectors drop Gambhir, bring back Harbhajan
Under-performing opener Gautam Gambhir was shown the door with Shikhar Dhawan being his surprise replacement in the 15-member Indian cricket squad. Read more

Now I will go for treatment: Salman Khan
Bollywood star Salman Khan said that he would undertake a long-delayed trip abroad for treatment. Read more

Man convicted for sodomising 5-year-old boy
A Delhi court has held a man guilty of sodomising a five-year-old boy in 2010. Read more

Punjab BJP drags feet on early hanging of Bhullar, Rajoana
Contrary to the stand taken by the BJP for the early execution of Afzal Guru, the saffron party's Punjab unit invariably dragged its feet on seeking the same fate for Devinder Singh Bhullar and Balwant Singh Rajoana, who are currently on death row for their acts of terrorism in Punjab outside. Read more