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Andhra Pradesh
1250 naxals `liberated' from records
SIDDIPET, APRIL 29.In order to provide real salvation to militants and sympathisers of the outlawed People's War Group of naxalites the Medak district police on Monday removed the names of about 1250 militants from the police records of the ...
YSR flays Naidu's remarks on Sonia
HYDERABAD, APRIL 29. The CLP leader, Y. S. Rajasekhara Reddy, said here today that the Chief Minister, N. Chandrababu Naidu, lacked the political stature to comment upon the AICC president, Sonia Gandhi's critical observations on the functioning ...
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  • Amalapuram bypoll: MSR leaves decision to Sonia
  • Janashakthi admits receiving its `share'
  • CM non-committal on PR teachers' demands
  • Mystery shrouds CISF doctor's kidnap
  • Karnataka opens Tungabhadra dam gates

    Andhra Pradesh-Hyderabad
    Special grant to improve ACB functioning
    HYDERABAD, APRIL 29. The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) has been allocated Rs. 1.30 crores special budget in the current financial year for improving the communication network and better mobility. Disclosing this at a press conference here on ...
    People's estimate for desilting works
    HYDERABAD, APRIL 29. In tune with her promise of providing a transparent administration, the MCH Commissioner, Chitra Ramachandran, has announced a people's estimate of the works to be taken up for desilting of nalas and storm water drains next ...
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  • Deccan Park getting ready for inauguration
  • Minor fire mishap at Secretariat
  • SSC results on AirTel

    Malpractice in BU examination work
    BANGALORE, APRIL 29. THEBangalore University has discovered a major malpractice in the examination work and evaluation of answer papers, including fabrication of the marks list, in the B.A. and B.Com. examinations of April 2001. K.Thimappa, ...
    `Nutrition mission' for pregnant women planned: Joshi
    BANGALORE, APRIL 29. The Union Minister for Human Resource Development, Murli Manohar Joshi, has said that the Centre is holding talks with the Planning Commission for launching a "nutrition mission" for pregnant mothers. Dr. Joshi was speaking ...
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  • No more delegations to Centre: Krishna
  • Belgium exploring investments in Mysore
  • Govt., Cong. party speak differently on drought
  • CM calls for quick dispensation of justice
  • Bheema water: Govt. urged to move SC
  • Case against minister `common thing'
  • Cong., TDP in war of words over farmers' suicide
  • Sudha Murthy to attend U.N. meet
  • Bypoll: KPCC shortlist soon

    BU gets over Rs. 1 crore for `Bio-park'
    BANGALORE, APRIL 29. Bangalore University (BU) has received a grant of Rs. 101.65 lakh from the Union Department of Biotechnology, Ministry of Science and Technology, for the development of the "Bio-park" on the Jnanabharathi campus. ...
    200 toilet complexes to be built in City
    BANGALORE, APRIL 29. The Chief Minister, S.M. Krishna, on Monday announced that 200 more modern toilet complexes, to provide affordable and upgraded sanitation to the urban poor in Bangalore, would be constructed. He made the announcement at ...
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  • Two arrested, fake currency notes seized
  • Helpline launched
  • Born Free tigers enliven national park
  • `Forest Dept. too busy to sign pact'

    $500 million ADB loan for Kerala
    THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, APRIL 29.The Asian Development Bank (ADB) is committed to providing a loan of $500 million (about Rs. 2,400 crores) in two instalments in the next two years, said the Country Director of the ADB in India, Frank Polman, here on ...
    ADB loan in October
    THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, APRIL 29. The Chief Minister, A.K. Antony, said here on Wednesday that the agreement with the Asian Development Bank (ADB) on the Rs. 2,400-crore loan for fiscal and power sector reforms in the State would materialise by ...
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  • Mathikettanmala eviction from this week
  • Work on Central export scheme to be expedited
  • KC(M) demands George's resignation
  • Sudhakaran indulging in double-speak: VS
  • 48 schools to be closed this year
  • Pension for post-1974 retirees from coops.
  • Protest against dissolution of panel

    Dismal conditions at boat club
    THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, APRIL 29.Rusted play equipment, an overgrown children's park, ill-maintained boats, littered lake and beach and a rusted and creaky floating bridge greet hundreds of domestic tourists thronging the Veli tourist village daily. ...
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  • Ravi Varma Award given to Devan
  • `More job opportunities for hearing impaired'
  • Microbiology department faces NACO fund squeeze
  • `Head constable staged suicide bid'

    Tamil Nadu
    Ethnic village planned near Mamallapuram
    CHENNAI, APRIL 29.The State Government has requested the Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments Department to make available 632 hectares of patta land lying between Muttukadu and Mamallapuram near here to the Tourism Department for setting up ...
    Private sector to be involved in highways care
    CHENNAI, APRIL 29.In a major policy change, the Tamil Nadu Government has decided to involve the private sector in an integrated improvement-cum-maintenance contract for State Highways. At present, maintenance of the State Highways is being done ...
    11 more wildlife, bird sanctuaries
    CHENNAI, APRIL 29.The Tamil Nadu Government is considering creating 11 new wildlife and bird sanctuaries including one at Kodaikanal. The State with 22,865 sq. km of forest cover now has four wildlife sanctuaries and 11 bird sanctuaries, besides ...
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  • Sadhasiva panel report after Bangalore sitting
  • DMK members boycott House
  • T.N. move for entry tax on newsprint `regressive'
  • A flowery debate
  • `Firework units still employ child labour'
  • Ban on planting saplings on PWD tank beds goes
  • Vijayakumar granted anticipatory bail
  • NLC exceeds targets
  • Notice on delayed results for private candidates
  • BHEL excels in coal-based power generation
  • PM's assurance to Vaiko
  • Madras HC lawyers allowed to vote

    Tamil Nadu-Chennai
    Goods train derails near Ennore
    CHENNAI, APRIL 29. A major derailment of a goods train near the Ennore railway station here this morning affected operation of services, including suburban trains, on the Chennai Central-Gudur line. In the impact of the accident, track on two ...
    `Migrant woman labourers facing economic disparity'
    CHENNAI, APRIL 29. Mothers working as migrant labourers in the construction, brick kiln, stone-breaking industries and as street vendors were suffering growing economic disparities, hazardous working environment, a study done by TN-Forces ...
    Unorganised workers' march reaches Chennai
    CHENNAI, APRIL 29. A 50-day `Kanyakumari to Chennai march', organised by the joint action committee of unorganised workers, to highlight many economic and social demands of the informal sector, ended on Monday with the marchers entering the ...
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  • MBA/MCA entrance exam with TNCEE
  • High ECR toll rates criticised
  • Closure notice to four unlicenced water packaging units
  • Children burn midnight oil to support their family
  • Ramancheri, Thirukandalam reservoirs proposal shelved

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