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 India, South Africa dump Denness
Cape Town, Nov. 22. South African cricket authorities on Thursday replaced match referee, Mr. Mike Denness, for the third test with India after the visitors threatened to abandon the tour.

Taliban to surrender Kunduz
Bangi (Afghanistan), Nov. 22. The Taliban agreed Thursday to surrender its last northern stronghold, including thousands of Arabs and other foreign fighters loyal to Osama bin Laden, Northern Alliance commanders said. However, details about how the foreigners will be treated remain to be settled.

Opposition members shun Fernandes
New Delhi, Nov. 22. Continuing its campaign against the re- induction of the Samata Party leader, Mr. George Fernandes, in the Union Cabinet as the Defence Minister, the Opposition benches in the Lok Sabha today refused to put any questions to him, claiming that he was ``illegally occupying'' the post. The Opposition's noisy protest during question hour forced the Speaker to adjourn the House for three hours.

India piqued at Belgium's action
New Delhi, Nov. 22. The Government is piqued at Belgium for downgrading the current European summit with India and scrapping bilateral meetings, informed sources here say. While New Delhi has been reluctant to go public with its displeasure, it would like the European leaders not to take India for granted.

Rethink on LTC suspension
New Delhi, Nov. 22. The Centre is considering revocating its earlier decision suspending leave travel concession facility enjoyed by its employees.

Enron may sell Dabhol stake
Washington, Nov. 22. Embattled U.S. power major Enron may be forced to sell its stake in the Dabhol power plant at around half a billion dollars instead of the asking price of a billion dollars, a report here said.

Missionaries attacked
Dhar (M.P.), Nov. 22. Four missionaries were seriously injured when a group of miscreants attacked them near Himmatgarh village of the Dhar district in Madhya Pradesh.


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