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Chargers owe it to Gilly: Afridi 27.5.2009 Telegraph: Sports
Karachi: It was Adam Gilchirst's sensible and aggressive captaincy that changed the fortunes of the Deccan Chargers in the second edition of the India Premier League (IPL), Pakistan allrounder Shahid Afridi said on Tuesday. Afridi, who played for the Chargers in the inaugural edition, had sparked off a big controversy last year with his suggestion that Gilchrist should replace V.V.S. Laxman as captain of the Hyderabad side. Afridi said his viewpoint now stand vindicated
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U.N. Council condemns N. Korea’s nuclear test 27.5.2009 Hindu: International
United Nations/Seoul: The United Nations Security Council on Tuesday swiftly condemned North Korea’s nuclear test and mulled stronger measures against it, but a defiant Pyongyang appeared ready for a showdown by test-firing two more ...
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England wins final ODI, clinches series 27.5.2009 Hindu: Sport
Prior’s 87 powers host to its highest ODI score at Edgbaston
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England wrap up NatWest series 27.5.2009 The Guardian -- Front Page
• England 328-7; West Indies 270 • England won by 58 runs An unhappy tour for West Indies ended on an unhappy note at Edgbaston when for the second time in three days they were roundly beaten by a vibrant England side. Faced with the prospect of scoring 329 to win the final one-day international and level the series, a total they have never achieved batting second, they lost the thunderous Chris Gayle to Stuart Broad in the third over and were never allowed to gain momentum except in brief spasms. Last hope, and a forlorn one at that, disappeared when Broad returned in the 38th over for the batting power play and immediately had Shivnarine Chanderpaul caught for 68 just as he was about to launch one final assault. All out for 270, they ...
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Two schools secure 100 per cent passes 27.5.2009 Hindu: Karnataka
MYSORE: Kendriya Vidyalaya and Baden Powell Public School in the city secured 100 per cent passes in the CBSE 10th standard examinations held in March 2009. The results were announced at all centres on Tuesday. H. Nisham, a student of ...
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Most CBSE class 10 toppers in State dream of becoming engineers 27.5.2009 Hindu: Karnataka
Three students score 98.2 per cent in the examination
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A guide for those keen on professional courses 27.5.2009 Hindu: Karnataka
BANGALORE: It is an effort to compile information about professional colleges and courses that could come in handy for those who have cleared their Common Entrance Test (CET), the results of which were announced on Monday. Two ...
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Impressive show by Karnataka students in CBSE Class X exam 27.5.2009 Hindu: Karnataka
Most of the schools in Bangalore secure 100 per cent pass
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Girls lead the way in CBSE Class X results 27.5.2009 Hindu: National
CHANDIGARH: Girls maintained their dominance over boys in the CBSE Class X examinations held in March covering the States of Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir and the Union Territory of Chandigarh, the results of which ...
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District schools fare well in CBSE examination 27.5.2009 Hindu: Kerala
KOZHIKODE: CBSE schools in the district have fared well as the results of the tenth standard examination was declared on Tuesday. Kendriya No.1, East Hill registered cent per cent pass this year. Maya George, principal, said that out of ...
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City schools put up a good show in CBSE examinations 27.5.2009 Hindu: Kerala
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Leading schools in the city have registered a good show in this year’s CBSE, class X examinations, the results of which were published on Tuesday. St. Thomas Central School, Mukkolakkal, registered 100 per cent ...
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CBSE class 10: impressive show by State students 27.5.2009 Hindu: Front Page
Most of the schools secure 100 per cent pass
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campus notes 27.5.2009 Hindu: Kerala
B.Tech. Exam: The examinations of eighth semester B.Tech. regular\supplementary (2004 scheme) and eighth semester (from 2000 admissions\part time supplementary) will begin on June 10. B.Tech. Results: ...
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Does terror justify torture? 27.5.2009 Hindu: Opinion
The morality and constitutionality of the torture techniques used by the U.S. post-9/11 involve significant questions in the Indian context, especially in the light of Kasab’s allegations that his confession was obtained by means of torture.
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England beat the West Indies by 58 runs 27.5.2009 CRICKET: News
England beat the West Indies by 58 runs to win the third One-Day International at Edgbaston and so take the three-match series 2-0.
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A theory of long-term decline? 27.5.2009 HBL: Opinion
The last article in this series, a month ago, had ended thus: “The next time, instead of discussing growth, we will discuss decline, the mirror image of long-term growth. What causes decline? What policies to follow to arrest it?”
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Rupee in short-term decline 27.5.2009 HBL: Money & Banking
Currency markets were in turmoil following North Korea’s nuclear tests this week. Dollar and yen strengthened on rising risk aversion and South Korean won headed lower. The dollar index traded on the Intercontinental Exchange that tracks the
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England crush West Indies to clinch series 26.5.2009 Rediff: Cricket
England crushed the West Indies by 58 runs in the third and final one-day international at Edgbaston on Tuesday to clinch the series 2-0. Coming after their Test series win over the Windies, it was the perfect fillip for the forthcoming World Twenty20 and Ashes series, though England will have to work much harder for success in those competitions.
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Ministerial dreams give MPs berth pangs 26.5.2009 TOI: Cities
After the gruelling test of the ballot comes the bigger battle: the power-play and the wrangling to be catapulted from the status of an MP to a minister.
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Pakistan lifts Nawaz Sharif election ban 26.5.2009 The Guardian -- World Latest
Reversal of Musharraf-era prohibition removes final hurdle to opposition leader's seeking return to parliament Pakistan's top court today lifted an election ban on the opposition leader, Nawaz Sharif, in a move that distanced the country further from its past of military rule and opened the way for a future attempt to gain power. Sharif was banned from standing for office nine years ago after the military leader, General Pervez Musharraf, sent him into exile in Saudi Arabia. Sharif returned to Pakistan in 2007 but was barred from last year's election. Now the tables have turned: Musharraf is gone, Sharif is the country's most popular politician, and today the supreme court removed the last hurdle preventing his returning to parliament. ...
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