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  • Industrial workers having a tough time: C.S. Sujata


  • BJP's `hidden agenda' exposed, says CPI

    Andhra Pradesh

  • An acid test to development theme
  • Rich in resources yet backward
  • TDP leaders keen to take on PCC chief
  • Congress, BJP fail to attend all-party meet
  • Telugu Desam flays Congress, TRS stand on SRC
  • Panchayat Raj Department to clear all pending bills
  • Train timings revised
  • Kurnool Congress chief peeved over prospect of losing ticket
  • Alert officials avert power tripping
  • Devadula by June 2005: Kadiam
  • Advani to address eight public meetings in State
  • First SRC doesn't favour Telangana: Mysoora
  • Briefly

    Andhra Pradesh - Others

  • Police plan poster campaign against naxals
  • BJP plans grand reception to Advani
  • Two die in accidents
  • Bail cancelled for accused in fake certificate racket


  • 40 per cent of applications rejected
  • Tracks for driving tests getting ready
  • Fire in hutment claims baby girl's life
  • Two die of malaria; eight being treated
  • Hospital staff to go on strike
  • Children's enthusiasm gives hope
  • Kempegowda Day programmes postponed
  • Power shutdown
  • Laser vision cameras to curb speeding
  • Asha Kiran anniversary
  • Around the City
  • In Bangalore Today


  • Use of water for irrigation banned


  • Girl, father commit suicide
  • Fare cut


  • BJP drops plan to take deposits for ticket
  • Plea to renovate Machideva Temple


  • Forex reserves cross $108 b
  • Mobile phone subscriber base may cross fixed line by year-end
  • Steel makers in a bind
  • Martha Stewart convicted
  • `One button backup' for PC users
  • Inflation surges to 5.94 p.c.
  • Outsourcing: A hardsell in the U.S.
  • GAIL issue priced at Rs. 195


  • Borewells seem the only option at Kolathur
  • Kandaleru water likely in three days
  • Tiny sumo wrestlers, handicrafts on display at Japanese doll expo
  • CD on Holy Qurbana released
  • Around the City
  • In Chennai Today


  • Residents resort to road blockade
  • TEA plans warehouse in Europe
  • Around the City
  • In Coimbatore Today


  • Yuvraj, Chopra blunt East's attack
  • Venkat pulls out of Lanka assignment
  • Conditioning camp from today
  • Court notice on telecast rights of cricket matches in Pakistan


  • The Hindu Crossword No. 2546
  • Solution No. 2545


  • Ensure peaceful polls, police, revenue officials told
  • Call to eradicate child labour


  • Task forces being revamped


  • Kochi to host Santosh Trophy

    Front Page

  • Outcry against J&K Bill on women's status
  • It is the NDA's agenda: Fernandes
  • Jethmalani for united front against BJP
  • LTTE removes rebel commander
  • Lakhs take holy dip in Mahamaham tank
  • Train derails, one killed


  • Action against GESCOM officials on graft charge
  • It's not Kanta against Qamar-ul-Islam


  • Voter choice rests on development issues
  • Rotary to sink 36 borewells
  • B.Ed admissions: students warned
  • Free eye screening camp today


  • Flying squads to check copying


  • Problems in Hassan BJP quelled, says party leader
  • 55 apply for Congress ticket in Hassan
  • Rudresh Gowda's exit irks Janata Dal (S)


  • Malaysia records first win


  • Assembly poll: MIM plans to go it alone
  • Ex-Minister denies quitting Congress
  • Tribals' plea to Congress for quota in seats
  • Auto driver succumbs to knife injuries
  • Lorry cleaner injured in freak mishap
  • Union seeks minimum wages for women sweepers
  • Boy feared drowned
  • Dattatreya extends Holi greetings
  • Novel protest by Hindi pandits
  • Mahila Samakhya to celebrate Women's Day
  • Power shutdown
  • Video seminar on improving memory
  • Condolence meeting
  • SCR record earnings from ticketless travelling
  • Around the City
  • In Hyderabad Today
  • Crime Watch

    India & World

  • Jaish behind Parliament attack: ex-ISI chief
  • `China will be glad to help improve India-Pakistan ties'
  • Indologist dead
  • Held for alleged murder of Indian diplomat


  • Blair advocates pre-emptive strikes
  • Shia concerns delay signing of Iraqi Constitution
  • China hikes defence budget by 12 per cent
  • Kerry, Bush tied in opinion poll
  • Pardon of Khan only conditional, says U.S.
  • Many nations may miss U.S. visa deadline
  • A born-again strip club is now open
  • Agitation turns violent in Bangladesh
  • Pakistan, Iran sign pacts to strengthen relations

    Jammu & Kashmir

  • Consensus eludes candidates' selection
  • Looking for those Tibetan antelopes
  • J&K women resent Bill
  • VIPs' daughters lose rights


  • Services sector facing privatisation threat: Kodiyeri


  • Congress-TRS pact has aspirants in a fix


  • Will the Congress retain the seat?
  • Candidates come under citizens' scanner
  • The people have a manifesto too
  • Ready to protest at the drop of a hat
  • Probe into police officers' role in stamp paper racket delayed
  • Two killed in explosion in Tumkur village
  • Healthcare improves in State
  • What's healthy food for diabetics?
  • For them, getting good scribes is the real test
  • `Citizens rarely avoid paying property tax'
  • Election of three doctors to RGUHS Syndicate upheld
  • Poojary summoned by court, says BJP
  • Panels to oversee village water supply
  • Kannada translation of Lohia's book released
  • Srinivas Prasad holds talks with Rajasekhara Murthy
  • State RJD claims tie-up with Congress
  • Objection to Rehan Baig's bail plea
  • Trekking allowed in national parks
  • Applications invited
  • Srinivas Prasad joins Janata Dal (S)
  • Briefly

    Karnataka - Others

  • Koppal DCC plumps for Ramulu; KPCC has other plans
  • Deve Gowda keen on reviving value-based politics
  • Interference in temple administration decried
  • Two held in connection with Dileep Naik's murder
  • KRRS to contest for 150 Assembly seats
  • Vatal calls for fourth front
  • `Future of country in hands of managers'


  • Sonia to tour State for two days
  • Choice of candidate key factor in Kozhikode
  • Lateral placement offers up at IIM-K
  • Conservation of ponds saves paddy crops
  • Inadequate storage facility in State's reservoirs
  • State's export policy to be put under scanner
  • CPI(M) stands by Plan campaign: Pinarayi
  • Include eco-protection in manifestoes: Greenpeace
  • Businessman held on charges of drug-smuggling
  • Farmers on the warpath
  • Bonded labourers freed
  • Holi, Kerala style
  • Congress list to be ready by March 9: Thankachan
  • NDDB may take over E.U.-aided project
  • Rrival panel to boycott SNDP union polls
  • A reunion after six years
  • Award for Sebastian Paul
  • BJP's agenda clear: IUML leader
  • JD(U) keen to contest six seats
  • Plea against Soopy: order on March 10
  • 98 elected unopposed to NSS sabha
  • IIM-K to conduct development programme
  • Briefly


  • TRACO Cable workers stage dharna
  • Last girder of Goshree bridges launched
  • City in Holi mood
  • Traffic curbs today
  • Seminar on `harmonious Kerala'
  • Cable TV operators' protest
  • Gulf flights delayed
  • Youth drowned
  • Around the City
  • In Kochi Today
  • Campus Notes


  • Antony Government enemy of working class: Gurudasan
  • All-India exhibition from March 26
  • Bishop to open women's commission unit


  • Alternate day water supply from March 11

    Leader Page Articles

  • Festival of the people
  • A mammoth exercise
  • The model code of conduct

    Madhya Pradesh

  • Mineral water bottling plant raided


  • Will AIPJD Kodagu unit merge with Congress?


  • Learn to work in groups, students told
  • Adequate training for GRH staff in epidemics
  • Doctor held
  • Gypsy nabbed
  • Around the City


  • Schoolteachers take out protest rally
  • Amarnath Shetty joins Janata Dal (S)
  • Vedike rebuts claim on Muslims joining BJP
  • Statue of Thirthankara on its way to Rajasthan
  • In Mangalore Today


  • Congress comes in for flak
  • Implementation of Ashraya scheme flayed
  • Former BC panel chief favours compulsory education for all
  • Panel to field candidate from Chamundeshwari
  • 15 Muslim leaders join BJP


  • `Proper guidance is the need of the hour for students'
  • AIADMK candidate begins campaign


  • Opposition fear over yatra `a panic reaction', says Advani
  • Colours of peace
  • Gene campaign opposes import of GM rice into E.U.
  • CPI(M) urges EC to stop sale of ONGC shares
  • No new member to be admitted into IBSA Dialogue Forum
  • JD(U)-BJP narrow down differences
  • Only Government cronies feeling good: Sonia
  • POTA victims to depose at `people's tribunal'
  • `Women will play more important role in future'
  • RSS has complete control over BJP: Congress
  • Inspector remanded to CBI custody in Bilkis case
  • TRAI to seek review of stay on CAS
  • CPI objects to distribution of booklets
  • J&K women resent Bill
  • Court notice on telecast rights of cricket matches in Pakistan
  • Gas leak in Ahmedabad: dozen affected
  • NTPC, Mumbai IIT tie-up
  • When politics played spoilsport
  • Correction
  • Sonia greets people on Holi
  • `Polls may hit polio campaign'
  • Poll pact: Laloo asks CPI(M) to wait till next week
  • A Holi on the border
  • VIPs' daughters lose rights
  • Tourism rapidly growing: study
  • Another case of `warrants' against VVIPs
  • Amnesty assails Malimath Committee report


  • Customers returning to BSNL, says official

    New Delhi

  • Kendriya Bhandar weekly rates
  • Sheila to decide on quota for poor students
  • Khurana puts BJP in a fix
  • Police officer, informer hacked and burnt
  • `Most Holi colours have oxidised metals'
  • Car recovered
  • Health lectures for common man
  • Bawana may provide over one lakh jobs
  • Government agencies owe NDMC over Rs. 36 crores
  • Despite gains, women still face roadblocks
  • High Court moved by plight of women
  • Eve-teasers arrested, liquor seized
  • `Order on farmhouses illegal'
  • Air hostess' husband seeks anticipatory bail
  • DU karamcharis' threat to boycott exams
  • Ten Sports not to raise charges
  • Kalyana Utsavam
  • Around the City
  • Briefly
  • In the Capital Today

    News Analysis

  • Is the two-nation theory still relevant?


  • Obituary


  • BJP legislator spearheads Koshal slogan


  • Rs. 4 crores allotted for desilting of ponds


  • Child run over
  • Village officer caught accepting bribe
  • Legal aid clinic opened at Maramon


  • Controversy over seat allocation puts PMK in a fix
  • Pondy Youth Congress plea to Sonia


  • Sonia's road show in March third week
  • Badal demands clarification on PCS selections
  • Congress may not field reluctant candidates

    Racing : Horse

  • Invitation Cup wears an open look
  • What the professionals say


  • Will Eranna rock Congress's chances in Raichur?


  • Khurana discounts reports of `darbar politics'
  • Call for mine workers' safety
  • Fast track courts to settle accident cases


  • Devotees witness `Theerthavari Utsavam'


  • Stage set for Powerboat World championship


  • Shimoga to witness the clash of titans
  • `Make district papers reader-friendly'
  • Ex-MLA spikes rumours on quitting Congress


  • Heartbreak for Arti

    Table Tennis

  • Indian eves win promotion to first division

    Tamil Nadu

  • Lakhs take holy dip in Mahamaham tank
  • AIADMK will press for 69 p.c. quota in education
  • `No progress in regulation of orphanages'
  • DPA an opportunistic combine: AIADMK
  • No major incident at Kumbakonam
  • Tamil Nadu, favourite destination for amusement parks
  • 20 bonded labourers of Nagapattinam rescued from Malappuram
  • Farmers' federation will field candidate in Tiruchengode
  • Jayalalithaa donates Rs. 1 lakh for Melapalayam college
  • Investment board approves NLC expansion project
  • Kalki Sadasivam award for Ogilvy and Mather
  • Centre's nod awaited for CBI probe into fake stamp paper cases
  • Thangkabalu followers start campaign in Salem
  • Third charge sheet submitted against Indirakumari
  • Shuttle services Tiruchi and Kumbakonam
  • Raw material price hike hits Coimbatore pumpset units
  • AIADMK flag in Villupuram PMK office
  • Vaiko meets Veeramani
  • Rs 5.96-crore sewage plant commissioned at Neyveli
  • Students contribute Rs 13.5 lakhs to HelpAge India
  • Briefly

    Tamil Nadu - Others

  • Stress on use of organic manure
  • Go for self-employment, graduates told
  • Election complaint cell set up
  • 10-year RI for attack, robbery
  • 2 workers killed in accident
  • Sivakasi AIADMK candidate begins campaign
  • Lottery tickets seized, 4 held
  • Burglary attempt in temple
  • Special abishekams performed


  • Dimitri Mazur is champion


  • Man, woman found dead in lodge
  • Heavy rush leads to traffic snarls
  • Celebrities add charm to `pongala'
  • Police chase off unruly youth
  • Councillor moves court against petrol pump
  • Around the City
  • In Thiruvananthapuram Today


  • Plea to call off Advani's yatra
  • 18 huts gutted


  • Eco-friendly technique for cleaning bogies
  • `Enrol more students as Junior Red Cross volunteers'
  • NSS campaign against tuberculosis
  • Around the City
  • In Tiruchi Today


  • Form panels for poll activities, DMK functionaries told
  • 140 bags of gutka seized, 3 arrested


  • Row over lease of site for TDP office

    Uttar Pradesh

  • BJP rejects prediction of tough fight
  • 20 injured in clash during Holi procession
  • Forest fire in Chamoli hills


  • NGO to act as `independent observer' in polls


  • Rebel trouble for TDP, Congress in Gudivada
  • Daggubati for Andhra State with Vijayawada as capital
  • Government flayed for failure to table Women's Bill
  • Vysya community seeks tickets
  • Man found dead
  • Around the City
  • In Vijayawada Today


  • AICTE chief happy over education quality in colleges
  • Blue button for registering vote on EVM
  • Congress derides TDP stand on united State
  • Tyagis oppose division of State
  • Corporator seeks probe into charge
  • ISKCON chief for city
  • Nine colleges to participate in `model parliament'
  • One dies during Holi revelry
  • Seminar on safety
  • Around the City
  • In Visakhapatnam Today


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