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  • Plea to Government on reservation

    Andhra Pradesh

  • EC teams to submit reports on January 16
  • Striking junior doctors seek Centre's intervention
  • PM asks naxals to eschew violence
  • No voter-to-population ratio, says EC
  • Cycle rally by students for `free Tibet'
  • YSR not our captain: VHR
  • Gas leak; 50 hospitalised
  • CM seeks more Central aid
  • Official flayed on school problems
  • `Palnati Tigers' raid naxal leader's house
  • TDP team to meet CEC on electoral rolls
  • Man held on murder charge
  • Kisan sabha meeting in Mumbai
  • Advani, Uma Bharati cry off on health grounds
  • Briefly
  • Readers' Mail

    Andhra Pradesh - Others

  • Police conduct medical camp in naxal-hit village
  • Voter lists: move to delete names of migrant labour flayed
  • Three die in road mishap


  • Four killed in road accidents
  • Testing track to come up near Peenya
  • Around the City
  • In Bangalore Today
  • Readers' Mail


  • Eye check-up for drivers
  • `Ease traffic congestion'
  • Good show by B.Ed. college


  • Sena welcomes Venkaiah Naidu's suggestion


  • Mixed benefits from FDI inflows
  • Retail banking blues
  • New vistas of economic growth
  • Peer-to-Peer enabled applications
  • Stock indices at historic highs
  • Dastur, a legend in steel
  • Procedure for availing benefit for disabled persons


  • Gauge conversion fails to bring relief
  • `Road accidents higher in Tamil Nadu'
  • 6 of family arrested for dowry harassment
  • Sri Lankan held, heroin seized
  • Remand prisoner escapes
  • Around the City
  • In Chennai Today
  • Readers' Mail


  • Abhijeet holds Short as six share lead


  • Chamber seeks reduction in guideline value
  • TNAU training programme
  • Encroachments removed
  • Around the City
  • In Coimbatore Today
  • Reporter's Diary


  • Zimbabwe flatters to deceive
  • India needs to learn from the Australian way
  • Tamil Nadu pips Hyderabad
  • Kamat, Vaibhav hit centuries
  • Andhra sitting pretty


  • The Hindu Crossword 7878
  • Solution to puzzle 7877


  • Set up agri-clinics, Horticulture Director tells graduates


  • Poll panel official pulls up MRO
  • Theft case solved


  • 30 hamlets facing drinking water crisis, crops withering


  • Election gear on economy
  • Unsound solution


  • JCT tames Mohun Bagan

    Front Page

  • Congress ties with DMK unprincipled: Vajpayee
  • Lift all above poverty line: Kalam
  • Venkaiah sounds election bugle
  • India needs to learn from the Australian way
  • Raking up of foreign origin issue reflects BJP's fear: Sonia
  • `TDP-NDA ties will continue'
  • Question papers leaked?


  • Vachana Sahitya Sammelan in March


  • Malaysia denies India full points
  • SCR to meet Northern


  • Saudi-based city duo's terrorist link out in the open
  • Barnala to open museum's new gallery today
  • Constable commits suicide?
  • Hike in minorities corporation budget
  • Reject partial payment, Charminar depositors told
  • Back-breaking ride without respite
  • Around the City
  • In Hyderabad Today
  • Readers' Mail

    India & World

  • Indian team to sign pact on extending Lahore-Delhi bus service
  • Sri Lankan defence team to visit India
  • LTTE `detains' Indian businessman'
  • Brajesh in Beijing for border talks


  • Jamali visiting Afghanistan today
  • Hopes for a major breakthrough in talks
  • Iraq plan preceded 9/11 attacks, says ex-aide
  • Keep off Hong Kong, U.S. told
  • Ahmadiyas to challenge ban on publications
  • Row over BBC host's 'racist' remarks
  • 22 Indian fishermen arrested
  • Tamil leaflet threatens war again in Jaffna
  • Official held for Musharraf assassination bid

    Jammu & Kashmir

  • Pilgrims flood Jammu despite terror attacks


  • Police conduct training for colony protection squads
  • Form village protection squads, SP tells youth


  • Changing pattern hits traditional farming
  • Row over `Nada Geethe' forces Govt. to play safe
  • Is an affordable PC possible now?
  • Paryaya Award for Vyasaraya Ballal
  • Visit to alma mater, an emotional affair to Fernandes
  • State opposes rules on environmental nod for projects
  • Karavali Utsav to be a veritable fare
  • Krishna regrets division in society over religion
  • What is delaying the appointment of Upalokayukta?
  • Students told to develop spirit of reasoning
  • Plea to set up authority for Basavakalyan
  • Generate jobs for others, Fernandes tells youth
  • `Send list of artistes for national awards'
  • AICC to go by State unit's views on polls
  • From the District
  • Briefly

    Karnataka - Others

  • A feast for Kambla enthusiasts
  • District administration told to deal with naxalite problem
  • Uttara Kannada fishermen to take out rally on Friday
  • Call to popularise golf among children
  • Bhadra waters only for drinking purpose
  • Move to stop pension resented


  • Plan campaign: CPI(M) rejects charges
  • Kerala coastline vulnerable to smuggling, drug trafficking
  • PAC visit likely to cause hardship to pilgrims
  • Thousands take part in `Pettathullal'
  • Initiate inter-religious dialogue: Antony
  • `Encourage pillion-riders to wear helmet'
  • Major port operators to bid for Vallarpadam project
  • Give Karunakaran free hand to choose KPCC chief: Murali
  • `Gender bias': varsity told to explain
  • State has many plans up its sleeve for NoRKs
  • Antony's claim on Endosulfan contested
  • `Defective' question booklets for medical PG entrance exams
  • New organisation
  • At Sabarimala today

    Kerala - Others

  • State to demand repeal of Centre's decision on Haj subsidy
  • District school youth fete from today
  • Briefly


  • Opposition parties support medicos' strike
  • Kothagudem municipal chief set to join TDP


  • Kumbalanghi tourism project to get UNDP aid
  • Call to stand for truth
  • Charred body found
  • GIDA to take up work on link road
  • Ambalamugal residents to observe hartal tomorrow
  • Around the City
  • In Kochi Today
  • Reporter's Diary


  • Pilgrim drowned


  • `Ragam-2004' from January 28


  • `World Bank loan fails to revive State economy'

    Leader Page Articles

  • Media and the public sphere
  • Vandalism and preservation

    Letters to the Editor

  • Ayodhya issue
  • Chasing allies
  • Real success?
  • Peace with Pakistan
  • Positive sign
  • Urdu culture
  • Rainwater harvesting
  • Dastardly act
  • Degrading practice
  • A great moment

    Madhya Pradesh

  • Tribals earn profits by harnessing forest wealth
  • Tough measures to check dacoit menace


  • SHGs command respect of bankers: MKU study
  • 12 radial roads to be laid in Madurai dt.
  • `Sharp decline in road accidents'
  • Around the City
  • In Madurai Today
  • Reporter's Diary


  • Deed writers plan State-level organisation
  • Relationship between Malnad, coastal districts hailed
  • NMPT plans to build outer harbour, deepen quay
  • 33 students to get Kannada Sourabha Award
  • CME on urology
  • In Mangalore today
  • Readers' Mail


  • Awareness on human rights limited: judge
  • Kuvempu birth centenary celebrations


  • `Abide by road rules to avert accidents'
  • Take up suitable projects, SHGs told


  • `Government weakening local bodies'
  • Attack on journalists condemned


  • BJP `road map' to transform India into global economic power
  • Gill for Governor's rule before elections
  • PM yet to decide on polls
  • Paswan sees two-phase realignment of political forces
  • Venkaiah hails NDA as model of `unity in diversity'
  • BJP describes SAARC developments as historic
  • Tough times ahead for BJP: Gowda
  • NCP-Congress tie-up on the cards
  • Reward to blacken Rushdie's face
  • Laloo says 'no' to honour
  • Draft Bill on HIV/AIDS soon
  • Separate Pay Commission for High Court staff suggested
  • Shape of digital lifestyle to come?
  • CPI leader dead
  • Narasimha Rao 'ready to serve the country'


  • Bus yatra a huge success, says former MLA

    New Delhi

  • Kendriya Bhandar weekly rates
  • Victims of `honour killings' recall horror
  • `Govt., Jal Board falling into trap'
  • Govt. creating artificial shortage of textbooks: NCERT
  • `BJP chief politicising the issue of power reforms'
  • Sheila summons meet to discuss L-G's decision
  • Russian national injures himself
  • `Hospital apathy delayed arrest of rape accused'
  • Need to improve service conditions of cops stressed
  • Fog disrupts train services
  • IGNOU induction programme for new learners
  • Tie with India through cricket
  • Around the City
  • Briefly
  • In the Capital Today
  • Readers' Mail


  • Poverty has come down in State: Minister
  • Police concerned over rise in road mishaps


  • Obituary


  • Erumeli: pilgrims to get more facilities
  • 7 pilgrims injured
  • Pilgrim dies of heart attack


  • Rangasamy invites private sector to open teacher-training colleges
  • Ban on fish-carts a step in right direction: CM

    Racing : Motor

  • Preetham Dev steals the show


  • Coal sampling computerised


  • CRPF passing out parade on January 20


  • God's compassionate nature


  • Lalin Jirasinha-W Marambe tastes win

    Sports : General

  • Whippet and Irish setter adjudged the best

    Tamil Nadu

  • Talk of two secular fronts `misplaced': DMK chief
  • Can the judges' panel summon aided college staff?
  • Advisory board to help SRM Institute upgrade standard
  • Rice price continues to rule easy
  • Forum soon to create awareness of interlinking rivers
  • 100 slum families await Police department nod
  • `Project crucial for tackling water crisis'
  • DMK-Congress tie-up represents people's sentiments: Vasan
  • Deemed universities in a dilemma over admissions
  • Air Deccan to slash fares further
  • `Include measles vaccine in immunisation programme'
  • `Said's work symptomatic of the times'
  • Madurantakam residents oppose water for Chennai
  • Koodankulam jetty to receive first barge
  • Mobile laboratory to test water quality
  • Elections may delay State budget
  • DMK, AIADMK waiting for PMK decision
  • Briefly

    Tamil Nadu - Others

  • 12,482 rural development works completed
  • Water release for Karur region sought
  • Medical camps planned
  • Panchayat office employee suspended


  • Moya dethrones Srichaphan
  • Leander, we missed you!


  • Readers' Mail
  • All set for `night domination'
  • Children's health scheme on the cards
  • 3 held on charges of attempt to molest
  • Seminars on horticulture
  • Tributes paid
  • Brown sugar seized
  • Around the City
  • In Tiruvananthapuram Today

    This Day That Age

  • dated January 12, 1954: Freeing French Possessions
  • dated January 12, 1954: Linguistic States Will Undermine India
  • dated January 12, 1954: India and TV


  • `Art being commercialised'
  • Workshop on legal studies


  • `Force Govt. to reject Malimath panel report'
  • Total transformation in rural areas, thanks to SHGs
  • Federation to reject Malimath panel recommendations
  • SHGs of marginalised sections to be formed
  • Total transformation in villages, thanks to SHGs, says Gariyali
  • Mettur level
  • Around the City
  • Reporter's Diary


  • Minister opens Rural Olympics
  • University exhibition a big draw
  • Congress stages novel protest against `bogus voters'


  • `Karnataka Vaibhava' from today


  • Stage set for Ardh Kumbh


  • Gnanathai passes away


  • Inculcate traffic discipline, top cop tells RTC drivers
  • 28 RTC drivers felicitated
  • People's War executes tailor
  • Around the City
  • Readers' Mail


  • Many outsiders seek Congress ticket for Vizag Lok Sabha seat
  • Automotive firm branch opened
  • Traders taken for a ride
  • Around the City
  • In Visakhapatnam Today
  • Readers' Mail


  • Weather

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