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By the Petrotrin Vestng Act 27 of 1993
assented to on the 14th December, 1993 now consolidated in Chapters 62:07
of the Revised Laws of Trinidad and Tobago
Petroleum Company of Trinidad and Tobago Limited (Petrotrin)
Trinidad and Tobago Oil Company Limited (Trintoc)
Trinidad and Tobago Petroleum Company Limited (Trintopec)
are and have been vested with all the lands and hereditaments as described therein
of the said Vestng Act.
The Public is hereby notﬁed that NEITHER:
(2) Trintoc; nor
has given, any authority legal or otherwise to
MORVANT BUILDING CONSTRUCTION COMPANY LIMITED
or to any of its associates, employees and/or agents to :-
(a) collect rents;
(b) grant permits or otherwise conduct any business on behalf of Petrotrin, Trintoc or Trintopec;
(c) or enforce any rights of possession or ownership or occupaton in respect of any areas where
Petrotrin, Trintoc or Trintopec has freehold or leasehold ttle to land or any rights to operate
on lands, whether by way of (including but not limited to):
(ii) electrical lines;
(iv) rights of way;
(v) company housing;
(vi) company recreatonal compounds;
(vii) related facilites;
(ix) tank bateries;
(x) sites used for exploraton;
(xi) producton facilites;
(xii) wayleaves, or
(xiii) easements of any kind.
BY ORDER OF PETROTRIN, TRINTOC AND TRINTOPEC
Russia eases past Kiwis 2-0
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia---Host
nation Russia beat a poor New Zealand
team 2-0 yesterday to open the Confed-
erations Cup with a win that was all but
demanded by Vladimir Putin.
Russia's president was in the $750 million
new stadium in his native St. Petersburg to see
forward Fyodor Smolov's 69th minute goal add
to an own goal by New Zealand defender Mi-
chael Boxall in the 31st.
Putin this week demanded better results from
the 63rd-ranked Russia team and for the players
to perform like warriors. They hardly needed to
be in dispatching No. 95 New Zealand, which
seemed to find the world stage too big.
Russia's win eases the pressure on its second
game, against Cristiano Ronaldo's Portugal in
Moscow on Wednesday. The European cham-
pion opens its Group A program on Sunday
against Mexico in Kazan. New Zealand is now
without a win in four trips to the Confederations
Cup, and next plays Mexico on Wednesday in
Sochi. The Kiwis threatened only with back-
to-back chances in the 78th minute: A powerful
Ryan Thomas shot saved by Russia captain Igor
Akinfeev and Tommy Smith's header blocked
on the line. Russia's opening goal had an ugly
finish after two pretty pieces of individual
skill once the All-Whites defense needlessly
lost the ball.
A chest-high pass to forward Dmitry Poloz
was deftly guided into the path of Denis Glusha-
kov who chipped the ball over onrushing goal-
keeper Stefan Marinovic. A three-player race
to meet the rebound off a post saw the sliding
Boxall's trailing right arm get the final touch in a
bundle of bodies. Russia deserved its first-half
lead after twice having shots stopped on the
line in the opening 10 minutes. (AP)
India's captain Virat Kohli, right, and Pakistan's
captain Sarfraz Ahmed pose for a picture with the
trophy at the Oval cricket ground in London,
yesterday. India are due to play Pakistan in the
ICC Trophy final cricket match at the Oval today.
v Powerful India
ICC CHAMPIONS TROPHY FINAL
The Champions Trophyreaches its conclusion
today with a blockbuster final set to be watched
by a billion people around the world.
India almost boycotted the event, while Pakistan
only scraped in as the eighth and last qualifier.
Now they will meet in the final at The Oval, with
Pakistan hoping to continue a resurgence that has seen
them win three straight games since a thrashing at
India's hands in their first game of the tournament.
For their part, India were stunned by Sri Lanka but
secured top spot in Group B with a comfortable win
over South Africa. Both sides romped to easy victo-
ries in the semi-finals, Pakistan thrashing previously
unbeaten England by eight wickets, and India over-
Based on what we've seen in their past three games,
you have to believe Pakistan have a fair chance. Their
bowling attack has sparkled, blunting England's re-
nowned batting line-up (the hosts made just 211 on
Wednesday) and also restricting South Africa to 219.
Keep India below 250 and they are bang in business."
Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur has confirmed Mo-
hammad Amir is fit and will play after missing the
semi-final victory over England due to a back spasm.
He will likely come straight back in for Rumman
Raees, with both sides likely to be otherwise un-
changed from their emphatic semi-final victories.
Indian off-spinner Ravi Ashwin is expected to be fit
despite taking a blow to his right knee from a stray
throw in fielding practice yesterday. Head coach Mick-
ey Arthur: "The India game (in the group stage) was an
aberration. "What we've produced after that doesn't
come as any surprise, because that's how we trained,
and that's what we worked at.
"It was very disappointing to see that go wrong
in the Indian game, but ... we've closed the chapter
on that." Fast bowler Mohammad Amir: "India have
the upper hand in ICC tournaments. But things can
change, and this is the time for us to change the tag
that we don't perform well at ICC events."
Meanwhile, India captain Virat Kohli: "This (pres-
sure) is a part of being an Indian cricketer, you have
to find a way to deal with it. "You can't ignore it. You
have to maintain a balance and then focus on what you
need to do on the field. On their day they (Pakistan)
can beat any side in the world.
Pakistan: Azhar Ali, Fakhar Zaman, Babar Azam, Mohammad
Hafeez, Shoaib Malik, Sarfraz Ahmed*†, Imad Wasim, Mohammad
Amir, Shadab Khan, Hasan Ali, Junaid Khan
India: Rohit Sharma, Shikhar Dhawna, Virat Kohli*, Yuvraj Singh,
MS Dhoni†, Kedar Jadhav, Hardik Pandya, Ravindra Jadeja, Ravi-
chandran Ashwin, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Jasprit Bumrah
Pakistan v India: Key Quotes
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