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Andhra Pradesh
A.P. Govt. unlikely to accept PW demands
HYDERABAD, APRIL 7. A review meeting, held by the Andhra Pradesh Home Minister, T. Devender Goud, on Monday felt that it would be impossible for the Government to meet all the 12 demands put forth by the PW through the Nallamala forest division ...
Naxals rob bank
GUNTUR, APRIL 7. Naxalites belonging to the People's War (PW) raided the Canara Bank branch at Vellatur village of Bollapalli mandal in Guntur district on Monday, snatched a couple of 12 bore guns from security men and took away Rs. 7 lakhs from ...
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  • Naidu wants people to take up water conservation
  • Student community up in arms against G.O. 94
  • TDP, BJP leaders shift base on eve of PW bandh
  • TTD board sanctions 75 lakhs for `Pushkaralu'
  • Kin of kidnapped cops launch fast-unto-death

    Andhra Pradesh-Hyderabad
    MCH likely to reduce town planning charges
    HYDERABAD, APRIL 7.The Municipal Corporation of Hyderabad (MCH) is expected to reduce the steep hike it effected in town planning charges in the name of `rounding off' in the next general body meeting of the council when the minutes of the ...
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  • Connivance of officials being probed
  • Environmentalists pick holes in Musi clean-up project
  • Voter ID card programme from tomorrow

    Karnataka panel to assess crop damage
    BANGALORE, APRIL 7. The Karnataka Government today agreed to implement an eight-point charter of demands submitted by the Mandya Zilla Raitha Hitaraskhana Samiti, and announced the constitution of a high-level committee of experts to assess the ...
    Press for Krishna tribunal, Govt. urged
    BANGALORE, APRIL 7.K.N.Nage Gowda, former minister and senior leader of the All India Janata Dal, said today that the State Government should bring pressure on the Centre to constitute a tribunal to allocate surplus Krishna waters among the ...
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  • Prepare for polls, Cong. workers told
  • Use of court fee labels must continue: HC
  • Minister stresses need for cleanliness
  • Poojary rules out early Assembly elections
  • Hassan Congress workers hit out at leaders

    Traders suspend business in protest against bridge
    BANGALORE, APRIL 7. Traders of Lingarajpuram downed shutters for three hours on Monday in protest against the inconvenience caused to them and residents by the construction of a rail over bridge on Hennur Main Road. They said construction ...
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  • Only three City laboratories accredited
  • Pestered by wife, man commits suicide
  • Advertisements in early 20th Century

    Karunakaran nominee remains in fray
    THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, APRIL 7. The Congress politics in Kerala is inching towards a showdown with the veteran Congress leader, K. Karunakaran, sticking to his decision to keep his nominee, Kodoth Govindan Nair, in the fray and force a contest for ...
    `Power sector will not be privatised'
    THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, APRIL 7. The Electricity Minister, Kadavoor Sivadasan, today said Kerala would not privatise its power sector, notwithstanding any of the stipulations in the Electricity Bill, 2001, now before the Parliament for ...
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  • Mananthavady Bishop to be laid to rest today
  • KMML proves its mettle
  • Decisions after meeting Sonia: Murali
  • Drug overdose: HC orders new probe

    SAT, W&C hospitals to be brought into network
    THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, APRIL 7. The City Corporation is drawing up plans to extend the first phase of its e-governance project by setting up computerised facilities for birth registration at two government hospitals. Preliminary discussions were ...
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  • City development: all-party delegation to meet CM
  • Saraswathi Vilasom Palace to be protected
  • Heart disease turns major killer

    Tamil Nadu
    Salaries raised for district, civil judges
    CHENNAI, APRIL 7. Bowing to a Supreme Court directive, the cash-starved Tamil Nadu Government has finally hiked the salaries of district judges and civil judges with pay arrears for the past seven years. Nine months after the court asked all ...
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  • ESIC plans new policy to include more workers
  • Rain ends Ooty dry spell
  • Lively sparring over Krishna
  • Better food for sub-jail prisoners
  • `No bias in negative replies'
  • MLA sans office
  • CM takes up fishermen's woes with Chandrika
  • Vellaiyan, two others released on bail
  • Madurai, Coimbatore benches for organ transplant panel
  • No charges framed against Vaiko, case adjourned

    Tamil Nadu-Chennai
    East coast roads work in a few months
    CHENNAI, APRIL 7. The Rs. 2118-crore Tamil Nadu Road Sector Project (TNRSP), covering roads essentially along the east coast for 732 km, will be taken up in a few months, O. Paneerselvam, Public Works and Highways Minister, told the Assembly ...
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  • Age won't deter QMC alumni
  • 27 bonded labourers rescued from U.P. sweet units
  • Remain vigilant against communal forces, people told
  • TNRDC to take up work on six-lane expressway
  • Redesign highways to prevent accidents, says Governor
  • Roadside eateries thrive on lacunae

    MLAs want Pondy declared drought-hit
    PONDICHERRY, APRIL 7.Legislators cutting across party lines today made a strong appeal that Pondicherry be declared drought-hit. The former Local Administration Minister, Theni C. Jayakumar (TMC), made out a case during question time in the ...
    No opposition to their demands
    Pondicherry April 7. The non-Congress parties might not have been able to win many seats in the 2001 Assembly polls when the Congress together with its allies romped home and has since been holding the reins of power in Pondicherry. The Rangasamy ...

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