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  • Functioning of animal husbandry office criticised


  • Farmer dies of heart attack

    Andhra Pradesh

  • Discontent simmering among Congress leaders
  • Three more farmers commit suicide
  • Panel of experts favoured to study suicide by ryots
  • Ministers seek report on ryots' suicide
  • Yeleru scam: revival of Somasekhara panel urged
  • MCH worker's murder mystery cracked
  • Cabinet: discontent in Krishna district
  • Varavara Rao, Gaddar arrested, freed
  • Cloud-seeding to be taken up on long-term basis: YSR
  • PJR denies reports
  • Counselling institute for immigration to be opened next month
  • NAPM to enter politics
  • Fish medicine ineffective: IMA
  • YSR assures farmers of all help
  • Finance firm partner `vanishes' in thin air
  • Congress seniors disappointed
  • Liberal aid to farmers from banks urged
  • Supporters of Indrakaran to meet YSR
  • Mahila Congress leader resigns
  • `Tap issue' announced
  • To pay copter hire charges
  • 11,351 from city take CEEP
  • Briefly


  • Vikas Gowda betters National discus record, qualifies for Olympics


  • Kerala off to a winning start


  • Colleges drop plan to hold MCA entrance test
  • Clogged drains wreak havoc on city
  • Dealer in old newspapers abducted, assaulted
  • New-born baby found in a drain
  • Water adalat
  • Newly-wed man killed road accident
  • Around the City
  • In Bangalore Today
  • Readers' Mail


  • Indian Bank enters league phase


  • 53 lose deposits in Assembly polls in Bellary district
  • Officials asked to take steps to check diseases
  • Small farmers to get subsidised seeds


  • Bidar PU student gets 100 in maths
  • Be up-to-date, teachers told
  • Lawyers told to help in speedy disposal of cases


  • BJP protests induction of `tainted' ministers
  • Five Ministers quit


  • Normal rainfall unlikely in Bijapur next month


  • The conundrum of exchange rate policy
  • Highlights of new monetary policy
  • Fate of losers in US-64
  • Bhilai Steel joins Long Rail Club
  • E-mail based news feed authoring service
  • Equities rebound after collapse
  • Standard deduction on spreadover arrears
  • HRA and housing loan repayment are different


  • Monsoon failure pushes up mango prices, say wholesalers
  • A pleasant surprise to residents
  • Woman found dead in lodge
  • Distribution of free textbooks
  • Passengers escape with minor injuries
  • Around the City
  • In Chennai Today
  • Readers' Mail


  • Sandeep, Saheli surge ahead
  • Kavitha moves into sole lead
  • Humpy advances; Meenakshi, Harika bow out


  • Weaving a better future
  • Organic farming catching on
  • Wet grinder price goes up
  • Yellow pages directory released
  • Summer camp from today
  • Around the City
  • In Coimbatore Today


  • Richardson stands firm despite Hussain's heroics
  • Bahuja stars for South Point CA
  • Manik Nath shines
  • Robin happy with Hong Kong stint
  • Parag, Raunak excel
  • Camps for Indian squad
  • Arun, Anand star in Senshare CC's win
  • Four-wkt. win for Majestic
  • Rahul Thyagi scalps five
  • Two-wicket win for Air Tel
  • UKCW, SSA post wins
  • Deepak shines
  • Facile win for Rajdhani Club
  • SBV has it easy


  • Solution to puzzle 7990
  • The Hindu Crossword 7991


  • Tumultuous welcome to YSR
  • Cuddapah ZP chief unveils master plan


  • GRI offers M.Sc. in geo-informatics




  • `Mullai' skyrockets


  • ICF emerges champion
  • HAL trounces BSF
  • Keltron FC in last four

    Front Page

  • Chidambaram gets Finance, Defence for Pranab
  • DMK Ministers not to take charge
  • 28 killed in J&K mine blast
  • Left parties defer decision on Speaker
  • Nuclear CBM talks put off
  • M.P. gesture to gas victims
  • Tension in Jhargram
  • Bandopadhyay to float party
  • New German President


  • Six die in Paris airport accident
  • 200 missing in launch capsize
  • Imran puts an end to confusion


  • Workers demand relief for accident victim


  • Kodela alleges `atrocities' by Congress workers
  • Doubts over suicide of `farmers'


  • Chautala promises 50,000 jobs in six months


  • Big win for Mohd. Sporting
  • KHF meet comes to a close
  • Young Hyderabad is champion


  • `Heavenly' enclave's Waterloo?
  • Power shutdown today
  • Students rally against closure of hostels
  • Traffic police clarify on jam
  • Around the City
  • In Hyderabad Today
  • Readers' Mail

    India & World

  • Putin hopes for stronger ties
  • Pakistan keen on schedule
  • Chinese Premier greets Manmohan
  • Three-nation rail project planned
  • Kal Ho Na Ho bags 11 awards


  • Iraqis lose right to sue coalition troops
  • 'Pakistan re-entry into Commonwealth unjustified'
  • Bush camp seeks to brush up image
  • Qadhafi blasts Arab summit, walks out
  • '32 resistance fighters killed'
  • U.K. suspends mission activities in Bangladesh
  • Bush suffers bruises in fall


  • Jharkhand police undergo military training


  • KDCB records Rs. 4.5-cr. profit


  • Stalemate continues as parties remain cautious
  • Heavy rain in Dakshina Kannada
  • They rose from the ranks to make it to the Ministry
  • Only four women make it to Assembly
  • Experts suggest steps to help industry
  • State major source of cattle for slaughterhouses
  • JD(S) in a dilemma, says Kodandaramaiah
  • Foodgrains seized from another godown
  • `Prevent schools from becoming businesses'
  • Academy of Home Guards coming up
  • Oscar Fernandes has to seek re-election
  • 88 p.c. of students pass AISC exam
  • JD(S) move to form Govt. with BJP opposed
  • Complaints against traffic police
  • `Chow-Chow' from China steals the show
  • `Make Siddaramaiah Chief Minister'
  • Campaign in favour of govt. schools gains momentum


  • CPI(M) leader flays Ahmed's inclusion in Ministry
  • `Non-political voters augur well for democracy'
  • CBSE results: good show by schools in State
  • Sayeed says he is a Malayali too
  • Killing of captive elephants to claim insurance alleged
  • Permanent Lok Adalat yet to be in place
  • Panel report on fees leaves everyone unhappy
  • Plea not to implement Narendran panel report
  • Early rain good for most crops: experts
  • Kudumbasree thrift collection touches Rs. 322 crores
  • Ahmed given a rousing reception
  • FACT unions to petition Manmohan Singh
  • MP demands closure of Coca-Cola unit
  • No knowledge of group meet: Sivadasan
  • Children's festival gets under way
  • Rajagopal flays Congress leadership
  • Admission to IHRD schools
  • `Silent Valley may go to private hands'
  • AICTE recognition to engineering college
  • BJP protests against Ahmed's inclusion
  • Briefly

    Kerala - Others

  • Codify traditional knowledge in Ayurveda: Panikkar


  • Potential of side roads left untapped in city
  • Stray dogs raise security concerns at airport
  • River protection Act mooted
  • Priority areas identified
  • Corruption in reimbursement
  • Thrikkakara hospital expansion complete
  • Ahmed Patel to study Congress poll debacle
  • In Kochi today
  • `Need for transparency in police functioning'
  • Assault: three hospitalised
  • Body recovered


  • `Trauma care facilities lacking in country'


  • Police to interact with school students
  • Woman found dead

    Leader Page Articles

  • National security choices ahead
  • An under-caste in Britain?

    Letters to the Editor

  • The right man
  • A mockery
  • Sack Modi
  • Commendable
  • Verdict 2004
  • Barbaric
  • Science and religion

    Madhya Pradesh

  • Uma appeals to Centre for more power


  • Time ripe for Periyar dam water release on June 1
  • Advocates upset over delay in Bench opening
  • Carotid angioplasty performed
  • 500 free cleft lip surgeries done
  • `Prepare error-free question papers'
  • MMK thanks Centre
  • Teachers hail Govt. decision
  • Around the City
  • In Madurai Today


  • Foodgrains seized from another godown
  • Officers' bank earns Rs. 40.5 lakh profit
  • First-aid training for policemen
  • Technology comes in handy for students
  • Steps sought for desilting of drains
  • Engagements
  • Readers' Mail


  • Corporation record room reorganised
  • Tibetans take out procession
  • Brahmotsavam begins


  • Rs.1.71 crores for artificial regeneration programme


  • NCP severs ties with saffron alliance
  • Disappointing, says Naveen Patnaik
  • India committed to dialogue process
  • Ghulam Nabi Azad may quit PCC presidentship
  • The Union Council of Ministers
  • CMP to be released on May 27
  • Reforms are a must but workers' interests must be safeguarded: Buddhadeb
  • A reward for M.P. Congress leaders' experience
  • Fun and space: the Gmail quest
  • Lack of consensus on river-linking underscores need for re-think
  • You have a special place in my heart, Vajpayee tells Vaiko
  • CII predicts 6.6 to 7 p.c. growth in GDP
  • 'Canadian firm will be asked to detoxify Union Carbide premises'
  • Patil, Sayeed defend induction in Cabinet
  • Musharraf, Blair congratulate PM
  • CISF jawan opens fire, armyman killed
  • 300 Trinamool, BJP workers join Congress
  • Infosys' fears
  • Narendra Modi greets Manmohan
  • Survey foresees higher growth in core sectors
  • 'Global dimming' now a reality
  • NDA Government messed up education: Arjun
  • Natwar Singh back after 15 years
  • Weaving a silicon dream
  • Afghan President congratulates Manmohan
  • Bhopal tragedy: free treatment for all cancer victims
  • Highway blast hits J&K tourism
  • PM condemns killings


  • Debt-ridden farmer ends life

    New Delhi

  • Kendriya Bhandar weekly rates
  • Elections delay civic projects
  • Water, power crisis continue to grip Capital
  • Congress infighting set to intensify in Delhi
  • Tax on multiple ownership of vehicles in the offing
  • Few takers for health scheme
  • Heritage building to be restored
  • Cabins to replace tents in MCD schools
  • Teenager kidnapped, assaulted
  • Agitated parents block traffic
  • CBSE results on cell phones
  • Three killed as earth caves in
  • I feel relieved: Vajpayee
  • Around the City
  • Briefly
  • In the Capital Today
  • Readers' Diary

    News Analysis

  • A new Asian axis?
  • Natwar Singh on familiar turf


  • Another farmer commits suicide


  • St. John's Cathedral being pulled down
  • Saraswatha Yajnam concludes


  • Approval for 300 men SHGs


  • Pondy students design air-propelled bike
  • Revenue department to issue caste, nationality certificates
  • `Take action against erring hospital staff'


  • Online registration of FIRs

    Racing : Motor

  • A `Trulli' sensational effort


  • Sonia's sacrifice enhanced nation's prestige: Gehlot
  • Guidelines for drought relief works


  • Origin of the Puranas


  • Amit finishes third

    Sports : General

  • Letters
  • CRPF to clash with Northern Railway


  • Priyadersini Aquatic Club wins overall title
  • Maintenance Command emerges overall champion

    Tamil Nadu

  • Representation for southern districts will make me happy: Karunanidhi
  • UPA assurance on desalination plants `timely'
  • `Not much scope for populist schemes'
  • `Parties should not justify pet theories'
  • Yercaud getting facelift for summer festival
  • Venkatapathy's inclusion in Ministry raises hopes in Cuddalore
  • Madurai Bench inauguration unlikely today
  • Swamy welcomes extension of ban on LTTE
  • Floral carnival ends at Ooty
  • Career fairs come in handy for students, parents
  • Bishops' council hails decision
  • Abandoned guns recovered from Coimbatore gutter
  • Man stabbed to death
  • Jayalalithaa greets Manmohan
  • Drama therapy provides the healing touch
  • `Construction of platform will obstruct movement of Tirunallar temple car'
  • Residents increasingly opting for community borewells: survey
  • CGHS beneficiaries' agonising wait for reimbursement
  • Briefly

    Tamil Nadu - Others

  • Model eco city project launched
  • Plea to remove encroachments in Tirunallar


  • Schaul triumphs
  • Focus on Ankita
  • MTC `A' wins tourney
  • Prakash Amritraj falters at final hurdle


  • Delta residents pin hope on three ministers


  • Influx of vagrant groups worries civic officials
  • K.T. Thomas panel report evokes mixed reactions
  • Probe into death at infertility clinic
  • Plea to retain KSEB in public sector
  • Youth drowns in sea
  • Around the City
  • In Thiruvananthapuram Today
  • Violating traffic rules

    This Day That Age

  • dated May 24, 1954: Chinese proposal
  • dated May 24, 1954: Worrell may coach in India
  • dated May 24, 1954: World Health Assembly


  • Need to rehabilitate autistic children
  • New system to get pre-paid SIM cards
  • University students yet to get books
  • Hefty fine to be collected from stray animal owners
  • Around the City
  • In Tiruchi Today


  • Congress, CPI promise help to Tirumala residents
  • Four injured in road mishap


  • Three arrested in Udupi; valuables recovered
  • `Tala Maddale' from today
  • Man killed in accident in Udupi

    Uttar Pradesh

  • Rains bring respite in U.P.
  • Water crisis grips Lucknow


  • Uttaranchal Congress still hopeful


  • New abattoir to keep health hazards at bay
  • Around the City
  • In Vijayawada Today
  • Readers' Mail


  • ITI courses
  • Around the City
  • In Visakhapatnam Today
  • Readers' Mail


  • Weather

    World View

  • Now a court named after Michael Jordan
  • England may bid for 2018 World Cup
  • Chavez bows out with a win


  • Alka Tomar wins bronze medal

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