I am an Indian student, and I must say, I have encountered a lot of variability over the pronunciation of this seemingly harmless word. I'm quite perplexed here.
Dr. Walter Lewin, a renowned physics professor from the MIT, pronounces it with a little to no emphasis on the "t", and simply glides over to the rest of the word.
Google translate on the other hand, gives a slight more emphasis on the "t", but it also adopts a more British accent for it.
While in India, our professors enunciate that "t", in fact roll their tongues over it, and even end the word with a harsh "t" sound. So who is actually correct here?