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  • From the Print Edition
    No outright promise on troops cut
    But discussions will continue

    Pakistan team questioned
    Media reports say Woolmer was strangled; his wife says it is possible

    Rs. 106.5-crore package for Gujarat victims
    NEW DELHI: The Union Cabinet on Thursday approved a Rs. 106.57-crore relief and rehabilitation package for the victims of the 2002 Gujarat communal riots. It includes an ex gratia payment to the next of kin of 1,169 persons who died. The ...

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    A must-win match for India
    CHENNAI: India faces Sri Lanka in a critical Group B match of the ICC World Cup at Port of Spain on Friday. Rahul Dravid's men lost to Bangladesh, but registered a comprehensive victory over Bermuda. Sri Lanka has beaten both Bangladesh and ...

    CRICKET
    Day to deliver or despair for India
    Will need to muster the resilience coach Greg Chappell speaks so highly of

    CRICKET
    Sri Lanka scores a crushing win
    Bangladesh done in by a standout performance from the former champion

    Pakistan bows out with a win
    Kingston: Pakistan, on the back of 160 from Imran Nazir, clobbered Zimbabwe by 93 runs in a rain-reduced contest on Wednesday. The result confirms that Ireland will join the West Indies as qualifiers for the Super Eight round of the tournament, ...

    Vincent in good nick
    New Zealand: L. Vincent c & b Davison 101, S. Fleming c Billcliff b Sandher 66, P. Fulton lbw b Sandher 47, S. Styris c Bagai b Samad 28, C. McMillan c Samad b Davison 10, J. Oram (not out) 35, B. McCullum (not out) 52; Extras (b-1, lb-5, ...

    Big win for Netherlands
    BASSETERRE (St. Kitts): The Netherlands thrashed Scotland by eight wickets in their World Cup Group `A' match at Warner Park here on Thursday. After restricting Scotland to 136, the Netherlands reached the target in just 23.5 overs with opener ...

    First charge sheet filed in Nithari case
    Clean chit to Moninder in 16 of 18 cases of murder; Surinder to blame, says CBI

    Nehru award conferred on Wangari Maathai
    In recognition of her courageous struggle for noble causes: Kalam

    No merit in plea to transfer Advani trial: apex court
    Petitioner, an intervener, has no connection with any crime

    CBI report submitted
    On Nandigram firing

    INTERNATIONAL
    Bhagwandas appointed acting Chief Justice
    Swearing-in on Saturday; Islamist outfit protests the posting

    Drop in live-unrelated kidney transplant applications in State
    Number down to five a week, thanks to stringent verification procedure

    New traffic pattern mooted on Anna Salai
    CHENNAI THE: police are planning to make a stretch of Anna Salai one-way and convertthe three-lane system into a two-lane arrangement. Joint Commissioner of Police (Traffic) Sunil Kumar, talking on `Traffic planning for the Metro,' here on ...

    New turn to row over appointment of farm university Vice-Chancellor
    Governor signs file relating to appointment, but sends it back to Chief Minister

    TRS suffers shock defeat in Council polls
    One of party's two candidates eliminated from contest

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