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  • FIFA WORLD CUP 2006 SCHEDULE (with score card)
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  • From the Print Edition
    AIIMS body for sacking Venugopal
    "He violated conduct rules"

    North Korea test fires a series of missiles
    A long-range missile, with a reach up to the U.S., has indeed failed: Washington

    Italy's late brace leaves Germany in a daze
    DORTMUND: There may have been as much desperation as inspiration in Italy's deserved win in the World Cup semifinal on Tuesday. With a match goalless in the last minute of extra-time, it faced the terrible prospect of a penalty shoot-out with ...

    Goodbye and good riddance to Eriksson
    This World Cup has thrown up numerous surprises and some unpleasant shocks, writes Brian Glanville

    TENNIS
    The snow leopards of the game
    LONDON: There was a time when they ruled the turf like dinosaurs in the Mesozoic Era. Other species shrank away in their presence. Not anymore. Today, they — the serve-and-volleyers — are among the most endangered species in the ...

    NLC agitation, bandh hit normal life in Neyveli
    Shops, establishments, educational institutions remain closed

    7 Chennai colleges granted autonomy
    It will be valid till 2011 and subject to review every five years

    28 rain-related deaths in Maharashtra
    NEW DELHI: At least 28 deaths were reported from Maharashtra in the past 24 hours as incessant rain, accompanied by strong winds, continued to batter Mumbai and its suburbs for the fifth consecutive day on Wednesday. Ten people lost their ...

    Officials told to take precautions against rain-related calamities
    Chief Minister addresses meeting of secretaries, deputy commissioners

    Apex court to hear quota case on Friday
    Medical College Managements Association challenges new Kerala law

    Resident doctors protest Director's dismissal
    The decision is proof of Union Health Ministry's autocratic style of functioning, says RDA president

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