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  • Minister to inaugurate cleaning of canals


  • Paritala plans mass marriages

    Andhra Pradesh

  • Rs. 2-crore cheating case against firm
  • Stamp on Annamacharya
  • Buddhadeb defends World Bank loans
  • Emergency care on highways at hand
  • Bickerings to the fore in Karimnagar TDP
  • Squabbling in TDP to the fore again in Tirupati
  • YSR mum on desertion talk
  • Piqued civic chief swallows sleeping pills
  • Security-conscious TTD to go for hi-tech gadgets
  • Mysoora fed up with YSR: Telugu Mahila chief
  • Left parties' charge devoid of truth: TDP
  • Policy on value addition in granite industry soon: CM
  • Naidu spells out energy priorities
  • Youth murdered; cop suspended
  • Stamp on Annamayya
  • 7-year-old molested
  • Briefly

    Andhra Pradesh - Others

  • Congress not sincere about its promises: Minister
  • Andhra Bank Lok Adalat inaugurated
  • Book released


  • 1,000 new buses to be introduced
  • Police to send progress report on cases
  • Agencies renew commitment to city's progress
  • Pet adoption
  • Power shutdown
  • Around the City
  • In Bangalore Today


  • Panchayat members upset over cut in grant
  • Pawn brokers, private bankers warned


  • Bellary ZP approves Rs. 50.75 crore budget

    Billiards & Snooker

  • Kothari, Mehta advance


  • CMC files draft prospectus
  • IFCI, PNB merger a `win-win' situation


  • Key constraints hinder growth of leather sector
  • Forex reserves rise by $1.1 billion
  • Defexpo to focus on land, naval systems
  • RBI revises ECB norms
  • IOC Q3 net spurts


  • Cartoon - I
  • Cartoon - II


  • Make use of opportunities, Kasturirangan tells students
  • `Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy service for cancer treatment'
  • Madras Medical College launches web site
  • Women's contribution to Railways hailed
  • 15 held for illegal betting on horse racing
  • Mobile phone showroom at Alwarpet burgled
  • Metrowater has alternative plans to meet city needs
  • Around the City
  • In Chennai Today


  • Venkatesh overcomes Prakash


  • Corpn. to review safety in buildings
  • In Coimbatore Today
  • `Provide autos with digital meters'
  • Army recruitment rally
  • Cut in duty drawback rate criticised
  • Proposal for pump and motor cluster submitted
  • Revenue collection up


  • India may field full strength team
  • New bunch has a lot of potential


  • The Hindu Crossword No. 2542
  • Solution No. 2541


  • NLC uses fly ash to lay model road


  • Hockey tourney begins
  • Tourist bus flagged off


  • Sammelan concludes

    Front Page

  • We believe in peace: Vajpayee
  • Chandrika likely to dissolve Parliament
  • Vote on account a joke: Sonia
  • Sonia meets Mayawati
  • A.Q. Khan sacked as adviser
  • Pending case stalls Bleach's release
  • Suraiyya dead


  • Industrialists, advocates join BJP


  • Naxals fire at police?
  • New DIG for Guntur Range


  • Ancient monuments crying for attention
  • Coffee Board told to announce `realistic' prices


  • Indian coach more realistic than optimistic


  • Slum dwellers' convention


  • A back-breaking experience for road users
  • New train to be introduced
  • Bakrid: prices of goat, sheep up
  • Prudential Bank depositor ends life
  • Old woman stabbed to death
  • Three killed in separate road mishaps
  • Around the City
  • In Hyderabad Today

    India & World

  • Pakistan to observe February 5 as Kashmir Day
  • Family of four from Kerala killed in Dubai accident


  • French Sikhs protest move to ban religious signs in schools
  • U.S. soldiers, Iraqis killed in blasts
  • Israel lashes out at U.N. chief
  • BBC staff vow to `pursue truth'
  • Iraq war: call for independent probe intensifies


  • AKTA plea to recast welfare fund board


  • Ryots to get relief soon
  • Cops foil suicide bid


  • Development must help the poor: Shekhawat
  • Swamy meets Deve Gowda
  • Glass House at Lalbagh to be heritage monument
  • Notice to COMED-K, varsity on admissions
  • Plan to impose cess on petrol, diesel goes
  • Railways to finish pending works by 2009
  • Multi-floor parking lot illegal?
  • Teenaged girl `kidnapped'
  • More funds sought for welfare of Scheduled Castes, Tribes
  • Development authority for Basavakalyan soon
  • Israel to help capture Veerappan?
  • Airline to launch direct flights to Delhi, Mumbai
  • Panel to suggest steps to check bird flu
  • BMTC introduces 10 air-conditioned buses
  • Nada Geethe to refer to Madhwacharya
  • Ananth Kumar files suit against Poojary
  • Kadambotsava from Monday
  • `Government bankrupt'
  • Chennai train only up to Arakkonam
  • Two killed in accident
  • Glass House to be heritage monument
  • Grit, determination saw her through
  • Briefly

    Karnataka - Others

  • Biodiversity register released
  • People's cooperation sought to preserve fort
  • Contribution of SHGs lauded
  • `Rs. 200 cr. spent on schemes in Chamarajanagar'


  • Murali quits as KPCC chief, to join Cabinet
  • Akshaya programme included in MGP
  • Film critics' awards announced
  • Pollution continues unabated at Pampa
  • Film chamber threatens to halt production
  • Unethical practices in fertility clinics alleged
  • Middlemen still rule the roost in coir sector
  • Electronic display boards soon to locate coaches
  • Karunakaran refuses to budge
  • Science congress awards for young scientists presented
  • Coir sector: Minister's claim questioned
  • HSS fete: Ernakulam bags overall championship
  • National art exhibition from February 6
  • Promised water from PAP not sufficient
  • Id message
  • Demand for Akademi regional centre
  • Blaze in Technopark
  • Briefly

    Kerala - Others

  • `Rail budget ignored State'


  • Steps to check dropout rate in schools
  • Lorry traced, two held


  • `Green clubs' facing closure
  • Probe sought into import of rock phosphate by FACT
  • Coast Guard to celebrate anniversary
  • `Make cancer care affordable to the rural poor'
  • Restoration work of North Fort gate held up
  • TCM: settlement likely
  • Trekking to Munnar
  • More than 600 FACT employees opt for VRS
  • Stress on early commissioning of ICTT project
  • Plea to review decision on bus services
  • Motorcylist killed
  • Vincent elected chairman of Town Planning panel
  • Around the City
  • In Kochi Today


  • Smooth sailing unlikely for rival fronts in Kollam


  • Syndicate condemns attack on Vice-Chancellor


  • President's rule in State sought


  • Farmers oppose transformer scheme
  • Poojary tarnishing Ananth Kumar's image: BJP
  • DSS seeks installation of Ambedkar statues
  • John to mobilise Congress workers in Kodagu


  • Cluster SHGs to expand `sungudi' product range
  • Good response in Madurai
  • Expo on investment
  • Online coaching refund introduced
  • Programme for students to start industries
  • Security alert for Vajpayee visit
  • IMA platinum jubilee celebration today
  • Around the City
  • In Madurai Today


  • Personal trade-offs by corporators stall meeting
  • Bandh observed in Ullal, Tokkottu
  • Congress seeks action against Ananth Kumar
  • Collection of short stories released
  • Konkani Academy to publish books on poetry
  • Moily opens mini-fisheries harbour


  • India set to make giant strides in e-health: expert
  • Doctor suggests acupuncture for ailing tiger
  • Double road to be ready for traffic soon
  • MLA upbeat, but farmers sceptical on canal project


  • Naxals escape from police


  • Act against the vandals, say activists
  • She transported one to a bygone, beautiful era
  • Speaker's reference modified to include the Mahatma's name
  • Terrorists recruiting tribal children
  • Kalam, Stallman discuss open source software
  • Accused in Deorala `sati' case acquitted
  • LoC fencing in Jammu nearing completion
  • PM condoles death
  • Academy turns `matrimonial market'
  • NPCIL takes up challenge to double n-power contribution
  • Shekhawat greets people on Id-ul-Zuha
  • Secularity is not secularism: Pope
  • India, Romania for closer economic ties
  • Gulmarg to be made international winter games venue
  • Bihar bans import of birds
  • This printer bridges photography's `digital divide'
  • Gang-rape of Swede: Goan police arrest one
  • `Santiniketan becoming a concrete jungle'
  • Pakistani MPs among audience at Vigyan Bhavan
  • He's for songs of love
  • FICCI signs accords with Romania
  • DD prime time for regional programmes under study
  • Indian Airlines launches cargo website
  • Journalists injured
  • Daler acquitted in threatening case
  • Violinist dead
  • `India could lead the fight against human trafficking'


  • Two held in beautician death case

    New Delhi

  • No privatisation of water, says CM
  • Some glimpses of the other face of war
  • Pledge to continue the task of slain social workers
  • U.K. to fund poverty removal schemes
  • Jobs go online at XLRI
  • Delhi sky this month
  • KMC gears up for jubilee celebrations
  • Fond farewell to Gupta
  • Exams are here, so is Disha
  • Stay one step ahead of trouble, says new police chief
  • Around the City
  • Briefly
  • In the Capital Today

    News Analysis

  • The big, the small and the not-so-small
  • The see-saw battle
  • A long way from Pachmarhi
  • The game is open... till the very end


  • Obituary


  • DMK-Congress alliance an opportunism: AIADMK
  • Vijayan posted Special Economic Zone Development Commissioner


  • No stopping Khurana, `darbar' to begin on Feb. 9
  • HC issues show cause on Academy imbroglio
  • Accused in Deorala `sati' case acquitted


  • Office-bearers' election peaceful


  • Janata Dal (S) workers gherao Minister
  • Man arrested in connection with murder case

    Sports : General

  • Karnataka girls in volleyball final


  • Setback to child labour project

    Tamil Nadu

  • DMK-Congress talks inconclusive
  • Jayalalithaa to attend bhoomi puja for highway project
  • Plea on poll schedule
  • Market yourselves, Shipping Ministry tells ports
  • Eligibility criteria for DGP complex arbitrary: plea in court
  • Rs.10.11-cr. deficit budget for Thanjavur
  • 19 hurt in bus-oil tanker smash
  • Handle cases with utmost sensitivity: High Court
  • Tiruchi gets postal finance mart
  • `Technology upgradation must to become globally competitive'
  • 2 more panel dismissals stayed
  • Cooperative bank director arrested
  • President's police medal winners
  • Missing girl traced, three held
  • Briefly

    Tamil Nadu - Others

  • Stress on export processing zone
  • Lack of funds delaying Irrukkangudi dam work
  • Industry-specific programmes planned in Tirupur
  • `Support only for pro-farmer parties'
  • Police foil robbery bid by gang
  • Held for murder of couple
  • Yathokthakari temple mahotsavam
  • 2 TASMAC salesmen held at Sevilimedu


  • Double delight for Rupesh
  • Rastogi bows out
  • Semifinalists spotted
  • ITF junior meet from tomorrow


  • Bharathi Iyakkam's silver jubilee


  • Plan projects hit by staff shortage
  • `Police protecting the interests of the rich'
  • Move to recoup unspent funds criticised
  • Sentenced for murder
  • Seven injured
  • Challenges of globalisation
  • Around the City
  • In Thiruvananthapuram Today


  • Vallathol Vidyapeetom jubilee fete from February 5
  • District panchayat-police tie-up to prevent crime
  • Dismiss UDF Government, demands BJP
  • Toddy tapper stays put on treetop
  • Krishnanattom to be staged at Thiruvambady
  • Health exhibition


  • Political squabbles may derail the project
  • Postal retail marts planned
  • Modalities for identifying child labour-free areas
  • `The need of the hour is oil conservation'
  • Governors' transit visit
  • Special buses for `Thai Poosam'
  • One held under Goondas Act
  • Musician dead
  • Around the City
  • In Tiruchi Today


  • Be role models, VC tells teachers


  • Congress caution against `flow of money' ahead of polls
  • Impressive road show by Tirupati RTC
  • BJP rebuts talk of truck with TRS
  • Telemedicine facility launched at SVIMS

    Union Territories

  • `Feel good' is no good, says Congress MP


  • Chennai-Bangalore four-lane highway will have safety features
  • First rural ATM of SBI opened
  • Small units oppose TNEB proposal to hike miscellaneous charges


  • City police chief promises to curb political interference
  • Government blamed for `crisis' in transport sector
  • Vadde inaugurates youth festival
  • Power collection centres to be shut down
  • Teachers thank CM
  • Around the City
  • In Vijayawada Today


  • Man held on theft charge, cash recovered
  • Shun differences, MP tells TDP men
  • Onion dearer but problem of plenty for tomato growers
  • `Securitisation Act a big blow to SSI sector'
  • BoI Vizag zone's profit up
  • Seminars to mark bank's anniversary
  • OMC official gets Udyog Rattan award
  • Man held, ganja seized
  • Around the City
  • In Visakhapatnam Today


  • Telangana a symbol of defiance


  • Weather

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