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Andhra Pradesh
Scholarship scam: special court mooted
HYDERABAD, SEPT. 12. The Chief Minister, N. Chandrababu Naidu, on Thursday stressed the need for creating a special court in consultation with the Andhra Pradesh High Court to try those involved in the scholarship scam. He wanted senior officials ...
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  • Need for protection of intellectual property rights stressed
  • EdCET-2002 ranks released
  • Govt. asked not to finalise bids on sugar units
  • Last batch of MLAs leaves on foreign tour
  • Scheme to involve public in detection of graft launched
  • Naidu gives `tainted' Ministers another chance
  • Probe by Centre into FFW demanded
  • `Govt. determined to rehabilitate jogins, bonded labour by year-end'

    Andhra Pradesh-Hyderabad
    Two treated for dengue fever
    HYDERABAD, SEPT.12.Two women diagnosed of dengue fever have been admitted to Yashoda Super Speciality Hospital, Somajiguda. While one patient, resident of Begumpet area in the city has recovered, another patient from Krishna district is ...
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  • Double murder mystery solved
  • BSNL launches webfone cards
  • Dr. Kodela on call sans surprise

    Bandh total, peaceful in Bangalore
    BANGALORE, SEPT. 12. A total and peaceful bandh was observed here on Thursday in response to a call given by various Kannada organisations to protest the release of Cauvery waters to Tamil Nadu. While no violent incidents were reported from any ...
    'Govt. move to ensure safe release of Nagappa'
    BANGALORE, SEPT. 12. The task force to nab the forest brigand, Veerappan, has been asked to carry out its operations keeping in view Karnataka's objective of getting the safe release of the former Minister, H. Nagappa. The Home Minister of ...
    JD factions remain firm against water release
    BANGALORE, SEPT. 12. The Janata parivar, which played a significant role in the bandh organised in Bangalore today, has said that it will not relent until the State Government effectively prevented the release of the Cauvery waters to Tamil ...
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  • Inflow into Kabini Reservoir falls
  • CRA fiat not unconditional: ex-judge
  • No let-up in farmers' protest in Mandya, Mysore districts
  • Ex-ZP chief asks Sonia to bail her out
  • Joint effort resulted in CRA `victory'
  • Door for talks not closed: Krishna
  • CM reneged on promise: Nagappa's son

    Kannada bodies threaten to organise State bandh
    BANGALORE, SEPT. 12. Various Kannada Organisations on Thursday threatened to organise a State bandh in association with farmers' organisations if the Chief Minister, S.M.Krishna, "did not learn a lesson" from the successful Bangalore bandh called ...
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  • For them, it was the worst day
  • KSRTC, BMTC incur Rs. 1 cr. loss
  • `Reality 2002' in City from tomorrow
  • `Takshila' can speed up university evaluation

    IUML seeks Sonia's intervention
    THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, SEPT. 12.The factional war in the Congress assumed a new dimension with the Indian Union Muslim League (IUML), the second largest party in the ruling coalition in Kerala, seeking the Congress high command's appropriate ...
    CPI(M) blockade draws to a close
    THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, SEPT. 12.The 11-day long blockade of District Collectorates and taluk offices by the State CPI(M) drew to a close today with the party leadership warning the Government of further struggles if it did not mend its ...
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  • 'Brown cloud' findings questioned
  • SNDP opens welfare cell for NoRKs
  • HC moved for removing Tourism Minister
  • Uniform sales tax for ATF on the anvil
  • Chennithala politicising Pampa Action Plan: BJP
  • Govt. may start dept. of consumer affairs
  • Telephone services to reach all corners of country

    Karishma finds her Rajah
    THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, SEPT. 12. The six-year-old tigress, Karishma, which was brought here from the Mysore Zoo three months ago, has been released into the open enclosure in the City Zoo along with 11-year-old Rajah, the existing male. For the ...
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  • Crime Branch may take over spirit seizure case
  • Rs. 29-cr. masterplan for Varkala

    Tamil Nadu
    Students to return to classes
    CHENNAI, SEPT. 12 Scores of student representatives from government colleges today met the Chief Minister, Jayalalithaa, and agreed to return to classes from September 16, ending their over fortnight-long stir. All 67 government colleges, which ...
    STF doesn't intend making Veerappan surrender
    ERODE, SEPT. 12. ``There is no intention of making the forest brigand, Veerappan, surrender; we will arrest him alive or shoot him'', R. Nataraj, Additional Director-General of Police, Special Task Force, said categorically this evening. ...
    Salem Cong. leader killed as dacoits strike at house
    SALEM, SEPT. 12. The Salem Urban District Congress president, Thalamuthu Natarajan, and a security man at his house on the Seelanaickenpatti bypass road, on the outskirts of the city, were done to death by a gang of eight in the wee hours ...
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  • 'Use education to promote peace'
  • RWH mechanism in all Govt. buildings soon
  • CM to lay stone for Andipatti medical college hospital
  • ED tying up loose ends in hawala case
  • Tribunal notice to Govt. on road workers' plea
  • Idol seized, Munnani men held
  • The boot is on the other leg, MDMK tells CM
  • Wage joint struggle: Nedumaran
  • ICF to supply EMU rakes to MRVC
  • PIL to curb use of white kerosene in vehicles
  • HC restrains Govt. from issuing new licences for IMFL shops

    Tamil Nadu-Chennai
    `Malaria-free Chennai' campaign to be launched on Sunday
    CHENNAI, SEPT. 12. The much-hyped ``Malaria-free Chennai'' campaign, to be kicked off in the metro on Sunday, will be the largest co-ordinated effort to examine bio-environment friendly means of controlling the spread of malaria. The largest ...
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  • Oil firms vie for customer loyalty in Chennai
  • Moorthy to inspect bridges
  • Shiv Sena idol immersion peaceful
  • CMDA means business
  • Bad road forces Puthagaram residents to take 13-km detour
  • Allow monthly payment of charges: EB consumers

    Vocational university for Pondy proposed
    PONDICHERRY, SEPT. 12. The Vice-Chancellor of the Pondicherry University, V. T Patil has said that he had prepared a detailed project for a vocational university for Pondicherry and requested the Territorial Government to go into the highlights ...
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  • Guidelines for fleet operators
  • Protest against non-inclusion of AIADMK in Assembly panel

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