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Police probe deeper into Woolmer's suspicious death
Suspicious does not mean absolutely and totally negative: Pakistan team media manager
Wife discounts conspiracy theory
KINGSTON: Woolmer's wife Gill, interviewed on NDTV, discounted conspiracy theories on the death of her husband. She confirmed that her husband had Type 2 diabetes but was not on prescribed medication for it. She said he had been prescribed ...
No decision yet on `coordinated patrolling'
NEW DELHI: India has received a proposal from Sri Lanka for "coordinated patrolling" of their maritime waters, but no decision has been taken on the issue, highly placed Government sources told The Hindu on Wednesday. Making a clear ...
India warm to joint mechanism plan: Colombo
Safeguarding interests of fishermen
Bangladesh in trouble
CHENNAI: Sanath Jayasuriya smashed an 87-ball 109 as Sri Lanka made 318 for four against Bangladesh at Port of Spain in a Group `B' match of the ICC World Cup. Chasing a daunting target, Bangladesh was in trouble at 26 for four after 12 overs. ...
Sanath Jayasuriya at his majestic best
Sangakkara, Silva score half-centuries against an inconsistent Bangladesh attack
Smith leads SA into Super Eight
Scotland surpassed its previous highest World Cup score
Nazir in full flow
KINGSTON: Opener Imran Nazir smashed 160 off just 121 balls as Pakistan rattled up 349 in 49.5 overs in its World Cup Group `D' match against Zimbabwe at Sabina Park here on Wednesday. Nazir hit 14 fours and eight sixes in his stroke-filled ...
Taylor stitches a fine Black Caps win
Murali wants to play in next World Cup
Port-of-Spain: Muttiah Muralitharan, Sri Lanka's off-spin great, said he would like to play the 2011 World Cup "because it's on home soil." He added, however, that retirement can't be "pre-planned." "I am 34 years old. In another four years, I ...
Woolmer felt Pakistan press tried to disrupt team spirit
KINGSTON: : Days before his death, Pakistan coach Bob Woolmer had expressed his unhappiness with the print media from the country as they were trying to ``disrupt team spirit.'' A day prior to the humiliating loss to Ireland, Woolmer, in his ...
PM calls for introspection on crisis in power sector
Distribution segment not getting its due
TRAI cuts Access Deficit Charge
Telephone tariffs to come down
Rehabilitation onus fixed on SEZ developer
Commerce Ministry issues new set of guidelines
Mexican passenger threatens to blow up Indian aircraft
KOLKATA: A Delhi-bound Indian aircraft from Bangkok made an emergency landing at the Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International airport here on Wednesday after a passenger, said to be a Mexican, threatened to blow up the plane mid-air. The ...
Cauvery: Karunanidhi rules out talks
Chief Minister says circumstances do not permit a dialogue
Structures demolished for grade separator
CHENNAI: As many as 31 private and government structures on the Maduravoyal-Koyambedu road were demolished by the government authorities on Wednesday to facilitate construction of a grade separator at the Koyambedu junction. The National ...
Draft policy moots survey of State's forest area and its demarcation
It envisages fighting encroachments at multiple levels
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