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Hindustantimes.com  New Delhi, May 30, 2013
First Published: 15:39 IST(30/5/2013) | Last Updated: 20:31 IST(30/5/2013)

Concerned about Test matches being "postponed" to accommodate other formats, the ICC Cricket Committee has recommended that a team's failure to play a minimum number of five-day games over a four-year period should lead to the withdrawal of its Test status; The Central Board of Secondary Education on Thursday declared the Class X results which recorded a pass percentage of 98.76, a marginal increase over last year; Mercedes-Benz is all set to launch its all-new A-class in India today; If her Class 12 marks - two zeros amid scores in the 80s and 90s - have left Pooja Soni shattered, the bizarre reason the CBSE has come up with has left her even more miserable and confused. These were some of the most read stories on the side. Read more:

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Teams should play Tests or lose status: ICC panel
Concerned about Test matches being "postponed" to accommodate other formats, the ICC Cricket Committee has recommended that a team's failure to play a minimum number of five-day games over a four-year period should lead to the withdrawal of its Test status.

CBSE class 10 results declared, girls outshine boys again
The Central Board of Secondary Education on Thursday declared the Class X results which recorded a pass percentage of 98.76, a marginal increase over last year.

NASA`s Curiosity rover finds `rat on Mars`
The Mast Camera on NASA's Mars Curiosity rover has captured a dusty orange rodent among the stones on the rock-strewn surface of the Red Planet, starry-eyed enthusiasts have claimed.

'Vanishing ink' mars student's CBSE marks
If her Class 12 marks - two zeros amid scores in the 80s and 90s - have left Pooja Soni shattered, the bizarre reason the CBSE has come up with has left her even more miserable and confused.


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