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Andhra Pradesh
Anti-incumbency factor will not work in Andhra Pradesh: CM
HYDERABAD, DEC. 9.The Telugu Desam Party president, N. Chandrababu Naidu, said today that the anti-incumbency factor which led to the defeat of the Congress Governments in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh would not affect the electoral ...
Ornaments, cash stolen after killing old man
VIJAYAWADA, DEC. 9. Five persons broke into a house near the ICICI bank on the busy Bandar Road here and decamped with gold ornaments worth Rs. 5 lakhs and Rs. 2 lakhs in cash after killing the landlord, N. Ramamohana Rao, in the wee hours of ...
Telangana leg of Congress bus yatra from today
HYDERABAD, DEC. 9. The Andhra Pradesh Congress Committee's `Praja Hita Yatra' is all set to begin in Telangana on Wednesday at Bhongir in Nalgonda district. The yatra had already covered, in two phases, coastal Andhra and Rayalaseema regions ...
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  • PG medical entrance test on Dec. 31
  • Prakasam candidate ICWA exam topper
  • TTD calendars, diaries to hit the stands soon
  • Alerting naxal `targets' through mobile phone network
  • Maid-servant granted bail in bribery case
  • PM told to act on Jayalalithaa suggestions
  • CPI(M)-TDP wordy duel on World Bank loan
  • PF setup e-ready
  • EC directed to examine TRS request for symbol

    Andhra Pradesh-Hyderabad
    Clues point to deliberate disruption of power supply
    HYDERABAD, DEC. 9. Was disruption in power supply during the communal clashes in the old city accidental or intentional? With forensic experts reportedly stumbling upon evidence about deliberate damaging of transformers by miscreants, a serious ...
    Wakf Board chief visits riot-hit areas
    HYDERABAD, DEC. 9.Wakf Board chairman, Mohd. Saleem, visited the riot hit areas of the old city on Tuesday and consoled the affected persons. He went round Shalibanda, Aliyabad, Talabkatta and Nasheman Nagar and listened to the complaints of the ...
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  • Users dread this bridge at night
  • "Good governance high on people's agenda"
  • Indians should not ape US, says Mark Tully

    Plan to give farmers power subsidy in cash
    BANGALORE, DEC. 9. The State Government plans to give farmers direct subsidy in cash for power consumed by their irrigation pump-sets, but will do so only after metering all irrigation pump-sets, the Urban Development Minister, D.K. Shivakumar, ...
    Two killed, four injured in group clash in Athani taluk
    BELGAUM, DEC. 9. Two persons were killed and four others injured in a clash between two groups, one owing allegiance to the Congress and the other to the All-India Progressive Janata Dal (AIPJD), in Madbhavi of Athani taluk today. The Deputy ...
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  • Souharda Vedike plans rally in Chikmagalur on December 28
  • Panel on irrigation calls for water distribution by rotation
  • BJP plans indefinite dharna
  • Gulbarga district to have five new taluks

    Lawyers decry powers of Lok Adalats
    BANGALORE, DEC. 9. Several lawyers staged a demonstration at the City Civil Courts Complex on Tuesday in protest against what they termed the far-reaching powers given to the permanent Lok Adalats under an amendment to the Legal Services ...
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  • A blast-off to new horizons of learning
  • Son, grandson arrested in connection with man's murder
  • Youth summit seeks poverty eradication
  • Awards for Kannada singers
  • Medical shops in city to remain open
  • Three engineering students drowned in pond

    UDF partners to discuss crisis in Congress
    THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, DEC. 9.The UDF constituents other than the Congress will hold consultations among themselves in the coming days to give shape to their stand on the infighting in the Congress and the consequent problems. The Congress high ...
    KSEB seeks policy shift on naphtha price
    THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, DEC. 9. The Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB) feels that only the Central Government can remove some of the hurdles in its path to effecting a recovery. The amount being spent on power purchase is the heaviest item in ...
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  • Works of Swadesabhimani to be published
  • `I' group welcomes Shahi's statement
  • Power generation restored partially at NTPC plant
  • Killi incident: judicial probe sought
  • TDB to post fire safety expert at Sabarimala

    Unauthorised structures at Palayam demolished
    THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, DEC. 9. The City Corporation today revived the drive against unauthorised construction and encroachments on public property and evicted six makeshift stalls and extensions from the Palayam area. Corporation officials aided ...
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  • IFFK reception panel office opened
  • Use satellite data for resource mapping: Minister
  • Zoo to step up safety measures

    Nine work schemes approved for Kumbalanghi
    KOCHI, DEC. 9.Nine projects were approved today at a review meeting for the Rs. 1.5-crore Kumbalanghi model village project, taken up by the Department of Tourism. The meeting, presided over by the Minister for Tourism and Fisheries, K.V. ...
    Goshree bridges construction enters final phase
    KOCHI, DEC. 9.Work on the trio of Goshree bridges entered the final phase today with the first box girder for the third bridge linking Vallarpadam and Vypeen islands being placed successfully this afternoon. The occasion was marked by a ...
    Maharaja's College: PTA meeting today
    KOCHI, DEC. 9.A meeting of the Parent-Teachers Association (PTA) of the Maharaja's College will be held tomorrow to discuss measures to restore peace on the campus. The college was closed after a clash between students belonging to the SFI ...
    Chief Minister condoles deaths
    KOCHI, DEC. 9.The Chief Minister, A.K. Antony, has condoled the death of Cdr. P K Sivasankaran, his wife and three relatives in the accident at Aluva were their car rammed into a fuel tanker. The Naval Provost Marshall (head of the Naval ...

    Tamil Nadu
    Airport arrests expose 'nexus'
    CHENNAI, DEC. 9. Chennai airport immigration authorities appear to have netted big fish with the arrest of two passengers, one of them with suspected ``ISI (Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence) links,'' who tried to flee the country. A ...
    Jayalalithaa regime assailed for `repression'
    CHENNAI, DEC. 9. The 11th conference of the Centre of Indian Trade Unions (CITU) today condemned the Tamil Nadu Government for its ``continuous attacks on the livelihood and labour rights of the people.'' A resolution adopted at the conference ...
    Advocates stage dharna, take out rally
    CHENNAI, DEC. 9. As part of a State-wide protest, advocates staged a dharna and took out a rally in the Madras High Court today, in response to a call by the Bar Council of India to protest the Justice V.S. Malimath Committee recommendations on ...
    Chief Secretary apologises in apex court
    NEW DELHI, DEC. 9. The Tamil Nadu Chief Secretary, Lakshmi Pranesh, today appeared in person before the Supreme Court and tendered an apology for lapses in filing the State's response to implementation of a 1991 court order directing inclusion of ...
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  • `Withdraw move to amend Criminal Procedure Code'
  • Reconsider decision on autonomy norms, says Ramadoss
  • Government orders probe into `irregularities' by Kalanidhi
  • Jayalalithaa to write to Vasundhara Raje
  • TNCC distributes food, clothes to the poor
  • High Court orders notice on `Pulliraja' advertisements
  • `Why privatise profit-making bus corporations?'
  • DMK fears preventive arrests, moves court
  • `Efficient use of existing sources, a solution'

    Tamil Nadu-Chennai
    Israeli national found murdered aboard ship
    CHENNAI, DEC. 9. Seven passengers and two crewmembers of M.V. Nancowry, a passenger ship plying between Port Blair and Chennai, were detained by the City Police today as suspects in the murder of an Israeli passenger. It was a dramatic ...
    `Vani Kalasudhakara' for five artistes
    CHENNAI, DEC. 9. Five cultural exponents - S. Sowmya (Carnatic vocal), M. Narmada (violin), K.R. Ganesh (mridangam) Urmila Sathyanarayanan (Bharatanatyam) and S.Ve. Shekher (drama) were today conferred ``Vani Kalasudhakara'' by violin maestro ...
    Hindu Higher Secondary School gearing for 150th year celebrations
    CHENNAI, DEC. 9. The Hindu Higher Secondary School has seen thousands of students pass out of its portals, and will see more. The souvenirs, released during the school's centenary and post-centenary silver jubilee celebrations, are replete with ...
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  • Rotary peace mission on India-Pakistan border
  • Man held on cheating charge
  • Meeting on bonded labour
  • Woman hit by bullet, hospitalised
  • `Create awareness of health check-up scheme'

    Pondy Cong. celebrates Sonia birthday
    PONDICHERRY, DEC. 9. Distribution of food packets to the poor, motorcycle rally and blood donation marked the celebration of the birthday of the All India Congress Committee president, Sonia Gandhi, by the Pondicherry unit of the party today. ...

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