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    Woolmer was strangled: police
    Pakistan team members to undergo DNA tests

    Sri Lanka strikes early
    CHENNAI: Brilliant catches by Chaminda Vaas and Muttiah Muralitharan enabled Sri Lanka strike early against India in a vital Group `B' match of the ICC World Cup at Port of Spain on Friday. Chasing 255, India was 44 for three in 11.3 overs. ...

    Tharanga and Silva lift Sri Lankan innings
    The Indian bowlers put in a decent performance in their last league match

    Australia hopes for the Symonds edge
    Graeme Smith's men prepared for the big clash between equals

    Records take a tumble as New Zealand wins

    ICC assures Indian team of utmost security
    PORT OF SPAIN: : Sensing Bob Woolmer's death may lead to safety concerns, the International Cricket Council has written a letter to the Indian squad, assuring them of utmost security for the rest of its stay in the Caribbean during the World Cup. ...

    Pakistan team members not under suspicion, says Ashraf
    Islamabad: Pakistan's outgoing cricket boss says his country's players are not suspects in the murder of their coach Bob Woolmer. Police in Jamaica on Thursday said that Woolmer, 58, was strangled. He was found unconscious in his hotel room ...

    Accused in Manjunath murder case convicted
    He was killed after he threatened to seal a pump for selling adulterated fuel

    Reward arrears for 66,000 port employees
    NEW DELHI: Shipping Minister T.R. Baalu has approved the release of Productivity-Linked Reward (PLR) arrears to about 66,000 port and dock employees and workers. The expenditure on this payment is likely to be about Rs. 31 crore. Recently the ...

    Farmers take to streets against SEZ in Raigad
    Government will not come between company-farmer talks on land sale, says Maharashtra Chief Minister

    West Bengal will not abandon industrialisation policy: Karat
    But Government will protect and develop further agriculture

    Iran seizes 15 British soldiers
    London demands immediate release of its naval personnel

    Focus on price control: cooking oil, pulses sale through ration shops
    CHENNAI: Essential commodities such as pulses and cooking oils will be distributed through fair price shops in Tamil Nadu. This will be an "immediate and temporary measure" to control price rise, Finance Minister K. Anbazhagan said on Friday ...

    Cooperative body polls in May-June
    CHENNAI: Elections to cooperative bodies in the State will be held in May-June, after a gap of over 10 years. This was announced in the Budget tabled by Finance Minister K. Anbazhagan on Friday. There are about 25,700 such bodies, of which ...

    Maoists warn of more attacks
    HYDERABAD: Adopting a belligerent stand against the counter-revolutionary movement, Salwa Judum, the Maoists warned that it would step up attacks against security forces and the special police officers employed by the Chhattisgarh ...

    Manjunath murder: all 8 convicted
    He was killed after he threatened to seal a pump for selling adulterated fuel

    Parties going into cross-voting issue
    Leaders threaten action against errant legislators

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