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    Millions bid farewell to Pope John Paul II
    PARIS, APRIL 8. Millions of people across the world today bid an emotional farewell to Pope John Paul II, one of the most influential and popular Popes of all times, in an elaborate and solemn funeral at the Vatican that was televised live around ...

    Cess on farm exports to go
    NEW DELHI, APRIL 8.The Government today announced the setting up of an Inter-State Trade Council as part of measures to boost exports, especially in the key areas of agro-products, marine products, and handlooms. In a supplement to the five-year ...

    India, China to agree on protocol on CBMs
    NEW DELHI, APRIL 8. India and China are scheduled to agree on a protocol containing confidence-building measures (CBMs) relating to the Line of Actual Control (LAC) during the Chinese Premier, Wen Jiabao's visit. His main day of official meetings ...

    THE PETER ROEBUCK COLUMN
    It's just not cricket
    Bowling down the leg-side has about as much appeal as a parking ticket. Proper cricket shots cannot be played to deliveries that land a yard outside leg-stump. Only rough and ready clouts can be attempted against offerings of this sort. ...

    BY SOURAV GANGULY
    Once again, batsmen will call the shots
    It's great to be 2-0 up in a six-match series and we go into the third ODI well aware of the fact that we can seal Pakistan's fate in Jamshedpur. For, if we win on Saturday, the series will be all but ours. What gives me even more satisfaction is ...

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