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Andhra Pradesh
Naidu is safe: TDP
HYDERABAD, OCT.1. "The Chief Minister is 100 per cent safe. Those are all rumours.. don't believe them." This was the repeated assurance given by TDP office secretary, A.M. Radhakrishna, to anxious party leaders and workers from allover the ...
Widespread condemnation of attack on CM
HYDERABAD, OCT .1. The extremist attack on the Chief Minister, N. Chandrababu Naidu, was received with shock by all political parties here. Leaders including APCC president, D. Srinivas, and the Congress Legislature Party leader, Y. S. ...
Cowardly act, says Cabinet
HYDERABAD, OCT. 1. An emergency meeting of the Cabinet adopted a resolution condemning today's attempt on the Chief Minister, N. Chandrababu Naidu, at Tirupati and said that it was a "dastrardly and cowardly" act resorted to by "frustrated ...
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  • Kidnapped constable killed
  • Heavy crowds at Tirumala
  • Festive ambience turns to gloom
  • Indrasena sees ISI hand

    Andhra Pradesh-Hyderabad
    AP Hotels Association not to employ children under 15
    HYDERABAD, OCT. 1.The campaign against child labour in the State got a boost with the AP Hotels Association, a member of the Consortium of Employers Associations for the Elimination of Child Labour (CEASE- Child Labour), adopting a resolution not ...
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  • TDP plans peace rallies

    Environmental forum opposes dam across Kali
    NEW DELHI, OCT. 1. Kali Bachao Andolan (KBA), an environmental organisation, has given a clarion call to save the Kali river flowing through Karnataka by preventing the construction of a seventh dam across it. "If the dam is allowed to be ...
    Bar associations to meet
    BIJAPUR, OCT. 1. The Bijapur High Court Bench Horata Samiti has decided to convene a meeting of advocates' associations of North Karnataka here in the second week of this month. The decision was taken at a meeting of the samiti here today. ...
    Aerial display today
    MYSORE, OCT. 1. The stage is all set as the city prepares to host the much awaited aerial display being organised as a part of this year's Dasara festivities. An Indian Air Force team participated in the rehearsals here today. The 15-member ...
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  • Upgrading of Jewargi-Sindagi road on
  • Send girls to school, parents told
  • `Oct. 1, a significant day for Bellary'
  • Special coastal zones to promote tourism
  • Mangalore remembers Annie Besant
  • Peace returns to Virajpet
  • Meet to discuss challenges in the WTO era
  • People's help sought for Dasara festivities
  • Govt. urged to protect pilgrimage centres
  • Congress vote share down in Hungund

    The Gandhians in our midst
    BANGALORE, OCT. 1. Mahatma Gandhi's birth anniversary is the best time to think about some Gandhians who are still with us — physically a bit frail but mentally as alert as ever. They heeded Gandhiji's call and still cherish his values. ...
    Move to shift Govt. office opposed
    BANGALORE, OCT. 1. Various organisations in Kolar have opposed the move to shift the Sub-Registrar's Office from the Taluk Office compound. As the staff members were preparing to remove the office documents to the new building on Tuesday, a ...
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  • Programme for nurses launched
  • Conference on Ayurveda from Oct. 31
  • AirTel upgrades network
  • BESCOM official held
  • Teacher feted
  • Task force to optimise Cauvery water use
  • New project planned to ease water scarcity
  • 3,849 engineering seats on offer for diploma holders
  • Truck with liquor seized

    Karunakaran group's ultimatum to high command
    THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, OCT. 1.The Karunakaran faction today issued an ultimatum to the Congress high command to effect a leadership change in the Congress Legislature Party (CLP) before November 19. Legislators and office-bearers of the Kerala ...
    Panel seeks CBI probe
    KOZHIKODE, OCT. 1. The National Commission for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes has directed the Kerala Government to immediately order a CBI probe into the Marad incident and give an adequate compensation of not less than Rs. 25 lakhs each ...
    LDF not to back communal forces
    THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, OCT. 1. The Leader of the Opposition, V. S. Achuthanandan, has put a rider to the CPI(M)'s offer to back an alternative to the Antony Government by insisting that the LDF would not support any combination involving minority or ...
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  • HC rejects bail plea of Marad accused
  • Tension at Kottarakara on the eve of Karunakaran's visit
  • RSP yet to decide on support for alternative Govt.
  • Installation of Isaac Mar Cleemis today
  • `Vijayadasami Sangeetotsavom' from today
  • SC/ST panel seeks CBI probe into Marad killings
  • Sand-mining: Samithy plans movement against `official apathy'
  • Man gets life term for matricide

    Fee structure: Govt. to consult lawyers
    THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, OCT. 1.The Cabinet today decided to consult lawyers in Delhi before taking a final decision on the fee structure in self-financing professional colleges. Though the Chief Minister, A.K. Antony, had promised to take a ...
    Mathikettan shola among three new National Parks
    THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, OCT. 1.The Mathikettan shola and four other sholas in Idukki district are to be declared as National Parks. Sources in the Forest Department told The Hindu that the Forest Minister, K. Sudhakaran, was expected to ...
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  • Marad talks without pre-conditions: Minister
  • `I' group sets deadline for leadership change
  • Order to probe AICC fax issue
  • Social Solidarity Fortnight
  • Menon fielded to thwart BJP designs: Cheriyan
  • BJP to probe erosion of votes
  • LDF not to back communal alliance
  • Sabarimala to be spruced up for pilgrims

    Tamil Nadu
    Saharya panel begins scrutiny of materials
    NEW DELHI, OCT. 1. With the Tamil Nadu Government not responding to repeated requests for furnishing complete details of arrests made under the Prevention of Terrorism Act, the Central review committee, headed by Justice A.B. Saharya, has begun a ...
    PM should not allow Kannappan arrest: DMK
    CHENNAI, OCT. 1. The DMK president, M. Karunanidhi, today said the Prime Minister should ``not allow'' the Tamil Nadu Government to arrest the Union Minister, M. Kannappan, under the Prevention of Terrorism Act. ``They (the Centre) should not ...
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  • `Early CRA meet unlikely'
  • Do introspection, Governor tells govt. officials
  • MoU soon on ferry service to Sri Lanka
  • Panel summons sacked staff from 18 districts
  • Illegal quarrying is rights violation: judge
  • Govt. to take over operations?
  • HC restrains Nakkheeran on Muthukaruppan plea
  • Threat to blow up Vaigai, Rockfort Expresses
  • TN situation can't last long: Ganesan

    Tamil Nadu-Chennai
    Corporation simplifies licensing norms
    CHENNAI, OCT. 1. Complaints of sanitary inspectors and other officials, sometimes allegedly in the company of elected councillors, harassing traders and demanding bribes has led the Chennai Corporation to reframe some of its licensing ...
    College student crushed to death by MTC bus
    CHENNAI, OCT. 1. A first year B.Com student of the Loyola College was crushed to death by a MTC bus near the Good Shepherd Convent on College Road this evening. Nineteen-year old Sandip, riding a two-wheeler, was hit from behind by the bus (Route ...
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  • Inspector, SI selected for Gandhi medal
  • `Create awareness of blood donation among youth'

    Priority to police welfare: Rangasamy
    PONDICHERRY, OCT. 1. The Chief Minister, N. Rangasamy, today said the Government was committed to fulfil the expectations of police personnel whether it was a matter of promotion or implementation of welfare schemes for the betterment of the ...

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