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What's Up Next Week

india Updated: Jun 17, 2006 17:19 IST

World Cup schedule

Saturday

Group D Portugal v Iran 1830 IST, Frankfurt
Group E Czech Republic v Ghana 2130 IST, Cologne
Group E Italy v USA 0030 IST (June 18), Kaiserslautern

Sunday

Group F Japan v Croatia
Group F Brazil v Australia 1830 IST, Nuremberg 2130 IST, Munich
Group G France v South Korea 0030 IST (June 19), Leipzig

Monday

Group G Togo v Switzerland 1830 IST, Dortmund
Group H Saudi Arabia v Ukraine 2130 IST, Hamburg
Group H Spain v Tunisia 0030 IST (June 20), Stuttgart

Tuesday

Group A
Ecuador v Germany
Costa Rica v Poland
(1930 IST, Berlin 1930 IST, Hanover)

Group B
Sweden v England
Paraguay v Trinidad & Tobago
(0030 IST (June 21), Cologne 0030 IST (June 21), Kaiserslautern)

Wednesday

Group D
Portugal v Mexico
Iran v Angola
(1930 IST, Gelsenkirchen 1930 IST, Leipzig)
Group C
Netherlands v Argentina
Ivory Coast v Serbia & Montenegro
(0030 IST (June 22), Frankfurt 0030 IST (June 22), Munich)

Thursday

Group E
Czech Republic v Italy
Ghana v USA
(1930 IST, Hamburg 1930 IST, Nuremberg)
Group F
Japan v Brazil
Croatia v Australia
(0030 IST (June 23), Dortmund 0030 IST (June 23), Stuttgart)

Friday

Group H
Saudi Arabia v Spain
Ukraine v Tunisia
(1930 IST, Kaiserslautern 1930 IST, Berlin)
Group G
Togo v France
Switzerland v South Korea
(0030 IST (June 24), Cologne 0030 IST (June 24), Hanover)

Saturday

Game One Winner Group A v Runner-up Group B 2030 IST, Munich
Game Two Winner Group C v Runner-up Group D 0030 IST (June 25), Leipzig

Tharoor to meet Manmohan

UN Under Secretary General for Communications and Public Information Shashi Tharoor, nominated by India as its candidate for the post of UN Secretary General, will arrive in the Capital on Sunday to discuss the future course of action.

Qualcom CEO to visit India

Shortly after Reliance Communications' announced plans to roll out GSM-based mobile services, top brass of Qualcom, developer of CDMA technology, will be visiting India thisweek and may hold discussions with the company on royalty obligations.