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SALE BY MORTGAGEE
OFFERS ARE INVITED FOR
THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY:
5 Acres 4 Perches of agricultural leasehold land
situate opposite the 37km mark Eastern Main
1. The lands are being sold "as is" without any
responsibility of the vendor to provide
statutory approvals, surveying data or
warranty on ifs suitability for use for any
2. Sale will also be subject to a successful
bidder obtaining prior approval from the
lessor for a new lease.
Telephone Nos. 662-4020/4286
Officer #13 Ext. 5426
SEND SEALED BIDS TO:
The Properties Officer
Sale No. 11/2013
#34 Southern Main Road, Curepe or
P.O. Box 72, Port-of-Spain
BIDS MUST FOLLOW THE GUIDELINES
HEREIN GIVEN TO ENSURE THAT THEY ARE
Bids must be received by 3.00 p.m on 2013 May 27th.
No late bids will be accepted
Unsuitable bids will not be acknowledged
The mortgagee does not bind itself to accept the highest or any
offer. The property will be sold subject to all rates, taxes and other
outgoings that may be due at the time of the sale.
istani politician Imran Khan is
expected to make a full recov-
ery despite fracturing three ver-
tebrae and a rib in a dramatic
fall at a political rally, his doctor
Khan, a former cricket legend
whose party is a leading con-
tender in this week s national
elections, toppled about five
metres (15 feet) off a forklift
Tuesday that was raising him
and three guards to a stage at a
rally in the eastern city of
Lahore. The dramatic footage
was broadcast repeatedly on
The 60-year-old Khan frac-
tured a vertebra in his neck and
two in his back in the fall, said
his doctor, Faisal Sultan. He also
cracked a rib and cut his head,
but Sultan refuted earlier reports
that Khan fractured his skull.
"The most important thing
out of all this is the spinal canal
is intact and Mr Imran Khan
is in full control of all his limbs
and his body functions," Sultan
said at a news conference in
Lahore. "We are very confident
that all these fractures will heal
with time and will heal com-
pletely and allow him to be
fully, completely functional and
fit as he always is."
Khan will be kept on bed rest
in the hospital for at least a few
more days so doctors can con-
duct further examinations, Sul-
tan said. Two of the guards who
fell with Khan have been treated
for their injuries and discharged.
A third guard remains hospi-
talised and is scheduled to have
surgery on his leg, Sultan said.
Khan s injuries will largely
knock him out of the last few
days of campaigning before the
elections are held on May 11. It s
unclear whether he will try to
address any political rallies by
phone or video.
It s possible that Khan could
benefit from the accident if Pak-
istanis choose to vote for him
out of sympathy.
Hours after the fall, the
charismatic politician gave an
interview from his hospital bed.
He was visibly shaken and had
a cut on his forehead, but he
was still asking people to vote
for his party.
"I have done whatever I could
do," Khan said. "Now you have
to decide whether you want to
make a new Pakistan."
One of Khan s main competi-
tors, former Prime Minister
Nawaz Sharif, suspended his
campaign for a day yesterday
out of respect for his opponent.
The fall put a damper on what
has been one of Pakistan s most
dynamic election campaigns.
Khan earned legendary status
in the country when he led the
underdog national team to a
1992 cricket World Cup victory,
and had injected new energy
into a political system long dom-
inated by dynasties.
He entered politics in the late
1990s but it wasn t until 2011
that his party, Pakistan Tehreek-
e-Insaf, gained a widespread
national following. Now his
party is considered one of the
three main challengers in the
Pakistan's Imran Khan
fractures three vertebrae BULAWAYO---Opener Vusi Sibanda reached his
first one-day international century in seven years
with the match-winning shot as Zimbabwe beat
Bangladesh by seven wickets for a series victory
in the deciding game yesterday.
Sibanda s 103 not out took Zimbabwe to 251--3
and past Bangladesh s 247--9 with 17 balls to spare
at Queens Sports Club, giving the home team a 2--1
series win. Zimbabwe s successive victories after
trailing in the ODI series finally separated the two
teams after their drawn test series.
Sibanda, who made one century in his 102 previous
matches, hit nine fours and two sixes to lead Zim-
babwe s chase with the help of Sean Williams, who
was 55 not out.
With Sibanda on 99 and Zimbabwe one run short
of victory, Williams held himself back and didn t
score any runs off the final five balls of the 47th over
to allow Sibanda to hit the winning runs and reach
his first ODI hundred since a maiden ton in 2006.
The batsman also has four one-day scores in the
90s. He clinched the series for Zimbabwe with a
thick outside edge down to the third-man boundary
after Williams generous play.
It was also Williams second straight half-century
after he won the second game for Zimbabwe.
The in-form Nasir Hossain (63) and Mahmudullah
(75 not out) earlier made half-centuries in Bangladesh s
total. Seamers Kyle Jarvis, Brian Vitori and Tendai
Chatara took two wickets each for Zimbabwe.
Zimbabwe s batsmen were in control from the start
of the chase, which was anchored by Sibanda as he
combined for half-century partnerships with Hamilton
Masakadza and Sikandar Raza and an unbeaten 109-
run stand with Williams.
TamimIqbalcTaylorbChatara. . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
Mohammad Ashraful c Sibanda b Vitori . . . . . . 5
MushfiqurRahimcChatarabUtseya . . . . . . . .32
ShakibAlHasancSibandabWilliams . . . . . . .18
NasirHossaincTaylorbJarvis. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63
ZiaurRahmancMasakadzaChatara . . . . . . . . .5
Shafiul Islam run out (Sibanda/Taylor) . . . . . . . 1
Fall of wickets: 1-15, 2-15, 3-77, 4-84, 5-110, 6-189,
7-194, 8-211, 9-247.
Bowling: Kyle Jarvis 10-0-63-2 (1w), Brian Vitori
9-0-43-2 (1nb, 5w), Elton Chigumbura 0.5-0-2-0,
Hamilton Masakadza 5.1-0-16-0, Prosper Utseya
9-1-34-1 (1w), Tendai Chatara 10-0-59-2 (1nb, 2w),
Sean Williams 6-0-29-1.
Hamilton Masakadza c Rahim b RIslam . . . . . . 41
SikandarRazacHossainbRahman . . . . . . . . . .37
Brendan Taylor c Rahim b Mahmudullah . . . . . 2
Fall of wickets: 1-79, 2-135, 3-142.
Bowling: Shafiul Islam 10-0-58-0 (1nb, 1w), Abdur
Razzak 10-1-44-0, Robiul Islam 7.1-0-45-1 (3w),
Ziaur Rahman 5-0-25-1 (1w), Shakib Al Hasan 9-1-
43-0, Mahmudullah 6-0-29-1.
To ss : Zimbabwe.
Result: Zimbabwe won by seven wickets.
Series: Zimbabwe won three-match series 2-1.
Umpires: Johan Cloete, South Africa, and
Jeremiah Matibiri, Zimbabwe.
TV umpire: Russell Tiffin, Zimbabwe.
Match referee: Chris Broad, England.
Rescue workers rush Imran
Khan, Pakistan's cricket
hospital in Lahore, Pakistan
on Tuesday. AP PHOTO
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