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Ecuador strolls into second round for first time
HAMBURG: Ecuador strolled past Costa Rica 3-0 and into the second round of the World Cup on Thursday for the first time in its history. Goals in either half from Carlos Tenorio (8th minute) and Agustin Delgado (54th) and then a late strike from ...
64 killed in Anuradhapura blast
There is no iota of doubt that it is the LTTE, says Colombo; LTTE denies hand
Neuville finish to the German plot
DORTMUND: The roar in this stadium was probably heard in Hamburg as Germany struck in stoppage-time to claim a second straight win on Wednesday night. Luck appeared to have deserted the home side moments earlier when they hit the woodwork twice ...
England and Ecuador win
NUREMBERG: Peter Crouch and Steven Gerrard scored late goals to lead England into the second round of the World Cup with a 2-0 win over Trinidad and Tobago in a Group B match on Thursday. Crouch headed in a cross from David Beckham in the ...
Argentina faces Serbian test
It's a must-win match for the crisis-hit East European team
Lara's genius thwarts Indians
GROS ISLET: The work of a genius, the whim of the weather, and admirable lower order batting helped West Indies hang on for the second successive Test, and deny India victory. But, to say the visiting side failed to seal the deal again ...
Maudhany to be admitted to Coimbatore hospital
Prison authorities asked to identify facilities, provide security
Court summons CMDA Secretary, Commissioner
PIL alleges building violations
Music channels ordered to run apology
Showed videos that had `A', `U/A' certification
Tharoor "eminently suitable" for U.N. chief's post
Office to fall vacant after Kofi Annan's retirement
If anyone wants to resign he is free to do so: Anbumani
`My only interference in AIIMS is that I got Rs. 500 crore released for it'
Kumaraswamy to seek judicial inquiry into allegations against him
To consult BJP and JD(S) MLAs before taking a decision on quitting
AIIMS Director proceeds on leave
"If anyone wants to resign, he is free to do so," says Union Health Minister Anbumani Ramadoss
States to lose control of ESIC hospitals
NEW DELHI: The Employees State Insurance Corporation (ESIC) on Thursday decided to takeover all ESI hospitals run jointly by the states and the Centre. It also decided to raise wage ceiling for coverage under the ESI Act from Rs 7,500 to Rs ...
Congress to field candidate for Rajya Sabha election
Kerala Congress(M) to keep off voting and UDF meetings
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