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Andhra Pradesh

  • New Inter revaluation norms irk students
  • Efforts on for revival of Cement Corporation of India unit
  • Farmers pulled back from the brink
  • Course to train doctors in diabetes management
  • PSU staff donate for free power; seek end to reforms
  • `We will not let down ryots'
  • Kanna promises early poll to cooperative bodies
  • Central help sought for development of roads
  • Jana Reddy asks PW to `reciprocate'
  • MSR vows to weed out `corruption' in temples
  • `Golden quadrilateral project apace'
  • Congress activist's killing triggers violence
  • AUCET results out
  • Padmavati temple's sanctum sanctorum reopened
  • CM for action against illegal transport operators
  • Groom vanishes
  • Briefly

    Andhra Pradesh - Others

  • Ryots still stick to old methods to spot water points
  • MP-elect promises train connecting Adilabad to Nagpur
  • Collector issues directive on new borewells
  • Panel to look into revival of sick units
  • Dasari visits Tirumala
  • YSR calls for meeting with traders' associations


  • Goutam, Reena steal the limelight


  • Cable cartel ends row with BSNL
  • Zoo seeks corporate sector aid


  • Ramesh and Venkatesh take the honours
  • Career-best throw by Seema Antil


  • Four gold chains snatched in two incidents
  • Bangalore may get advanced fire-fighting vehicle
  • He wants to leave an imprint on the minds of students
  • NSD centre planned in city
  • `Women need a better deal'
  • Three die in road accidents
  • Rain brings down temperature
  • Around the City
  • In Bangalore Today


  • IOB strengthens grip on title
  • Easy for ANDB Academy


  • Nadagouda opposes cut in grant-in-aid
  • A little-known mode of `exploitation'


  • How many ministerial berths will Bellary get?


  • `Hundis' stolen from Buddha vihara


  • One killed as mob attacks police outpost


  • Forex reserves decline by $56 m
  • Power Grid Corporation net up at Rs. 740 cr.
  • Tea industry looking up
  • Air India to launch subsidiary
  • BEML to tie-up with Rotem for metro coaches
  • Karnataka Bank's profit up
  • M&M to supply MUVs to Afghanistan
  • TEA to help members get quality standard certificates
  • Exporters worried as strike continues


  • Contaminated food `caused cholera'
  • Call for quality enhancement in education
  • Tambaram-Egmore line to be closed from July 1
  • Domestic helpers demand recognition
  • All Central help to control cholera: Anbumani
  • Crime prevention top priority: new police chief
  • Fashion courses
  • Training for NCC girl cadets
  • 2 labourers fall to death
  • Sewer workers rescued
  • Work on PFBR to begin soon
  • Job racketeers exploiting gullible youth
  • Around the City
  • In Chennai Today


  • Sangma, Mary Ann Gomes take honours
  • Humpy wins in style


  • Tea industry looking up
  • Initiatives to improve engineering exports
  • Textile manufacturers stop yarn purchase
  • TVS contest on
  • Around the City
  • In Coimbatore Today


  • Clarke helps Aussies wrap up series
  • Steve Waugh to pen memoirs
  • Bashar hits century
  • BCCI's `Spin Wing' set in motion
  • Raunak hits century
  • Big win for Aruna Sports CC
  • South turns the tables on West
  • All-round display by Satender
  • Davison puts Canada on top
  • Stuart Binny steers IACA into final
  • Efforts on for cricket stadium at Tumkur
  • Six-wicket haul by Shoaib
  • Narrow win for Mysore (Chamundi)
  • Title for Sehwag XI
  • Big win for Catpro
  • Joy for Maninder, despair for Deepak
  • Convincing win for GE Capital XI
  • Prathiba CC takes title
  • UK Cricket World wins


  • The Hindu Crossword No. 2557
  • Solution No. 2556


  • Student fails in exam, commits suicide
  • Cardiac awareness drive in Chidambaram


  • Army recruitment rally in June
  • CPI(M) stresses need to encourage inter-caste marriages
  • Two die as auto overturns
  • Woman farmer, two others commit suicide


  • Polygreen houses planned at nursery farm


  • Punjab & Bihar enter semifinals
  • Delhi Administration holds Zakir Husain College

    Front Page

  • Dialogue with Pakistan will continue on all issues: Natwar Singh
  • 'Saras' takes to the skies
  • M.S. Swaminathan to head National Commission on Farmers
  • Militants target Saudi oil sector
  • Attack on Mirwaiz's uncle
  • `Won't allow terrorists to succeed'
  • Narayanan may focus on internal security
  • Sydney Peace Prize for Arundhati Roy
  • Federer knocked out


  • Blast derails train near Chechnya
  • 'Bad gene' hunt
  • Pinochet can be tried: court


  • Opposition to Modi remains strong in state BJP unit
  • Big fire in watch factory


  • Gulbarga corporators come to blows
  • Two policemen sacked following conviction
  • Teachers protest cut in grant-in-aid
  • New home for inmates of Nandagokukla
  • A prophecy come true?


  • Interim relief for kin of deceased farmers
  • Youth dies in wall collapse


  • Gadgets for Hubli-Dharwad police


  • Where Lakshman hit a bad patch
  • YSR calls for quick implementation of Cuddapah action plan
  • Cluster wells mooted in `flooding zone'
  • Man found hanging on Tank Bund
  • Visitor creates flutter at CM's residence
  • Waiver of deceased farmer's loans sought
  • Berths available in summer special
  • Murder condemned
  • Lazarus disputes Godfrey claims
  • Shopping fair extended
  • Around the City
  • In Hyderabad Today
  • Crime Watch

    India & World

  • Britain deports Hashim Qureshi
  • Khatami hails bilateral efforts in Afghanistan


  • Pakistan relaxes curbs on Khan
  • Pakistan's edge will be maintained: Jamali
  • `Terror lady' in U.S. custody, says Pakistan
  • Race on for top European Union post
  • Allawi, a capable leader: U.S.
  • Saying it with cake
  • Boy used Internet to plot his murder
  • Scholars on 'Buffy' — seriously
  • Kumaratunga awarded Ceres Medal
  • Anti-outsourcing bill
  • Pakistan missile test regrettable: Japan

    Jammu & Kashmir

  • Women's Bill likely to lapse
  • Spending curb order comes under fire


  • KCR seeks plans for regular water supply
  • KCR to develop Kondagattu shrine


  • Release of water from reservoirs ordered
  • `Ministry expansion by next week'
  • Change style of working, officials told
  • Poojary denies accord with JD(S) on portfolios
  • PGCIL records 15 p.c. rise in net profit
  • `Expel Siddu Nyamagouda from Congress'
  • Deve Gowda speaks of pact with Sonia
  • Golf tournament for a noble cause
  • A `minor' problem for KERC
  • Package planned for north Karnataka: Rajashekaran
  • Ministry: women may have only token presence
  • CBI probe sought into rice scam
  • Indian firms told to take IPR seriously
  • BBC's Brain Story preview held
  • Housing complex for naval staff
  • Training for students
  • BSP condemns formation of new Government
  • Briefly

    Karnataka - Others

  • Chitradurga receives more than average rainfall
  • 111 cadets pass out of Naval Academy
  • Jalle Siddamma passes away
  • Briefly


  • No more absolute freedom for police: Antony
  • UDF to identify reasons for poll debacle
  • CPI(M) poll review from today
  • TBGRI develops digital database on fungi
  • IUML to discuss defeat at Manjeri
  • Thomas meets Sonia, backs Antony
  • BJP to focus on municipalities
  • SFI-AISF combine sweeps Kerala University Union polls
  • No police verification for passport renewal
  • Diagnostic centres to be under HDCs
  • Pinarayi seeks law on fees
  • CPI council to meet again for poll review
  • Probe into poster case
  • AIYF march on M.G. Road
  • IFDP to remain in NDA
  • Trawling ban
  • U.N. request to train Iraqi policemen in State
  • CPI(M), CPI flay directive on hartals
  • Briefly

    Kerala - Others

  • Call to sensitise judiciary, police
  • Tie-up with League was a mistake: VS


  • Biogas project to be extended to more panchayats
  • Meeting to discuss spread of viral fever
  • Tributes paid to Nayanar
  • U.S. visa seekers warned against malpractices
  • Takeover of TCM land: GCDA sets up panel
  • `Third front more relevant now'
  • Girl killed in road accident
  • City Corporation to support anti-filariasis drive
  • Leadership blamed for poll debacle
  • CPT pension
  • Around the City
  • In Kochi Today


  • Directory of blood donors released

    Leader Page Articles

  • Has it become Islam versus the West?
  • A community under siege
  • France — facing up to a reality

    Madhya Pradesh

  • Sarkaria panel suggestions relevant today: Pachauri


  • Punarur wants parishat chief made MLC
  • `JD (S) will emerge strong in Kodagu'


  • `India, future destination for growth'
  • Look beyond business, hospitals told
  • Tax exemption sought for repair services
  • Warning against artificial ripening of mangoes
  • Tension on train
  • Results on website
  • 3,000 Sri Lankan Tamil refugees going back soon
  • Around the City
  • In Madurai Today


  • Good response to trimester system
  • Dakshina Kannada DCC `silent' over rice racket


  • CBI to probe murder of Minister's daughter


  • Hoardings eclipse beauty of Mysore
  • `Implementation of disabilities Act satisfactory'
  • Govt. urged to revoke order on grant-in-aid
  • Call for people's movement to protect Mysore's heritage


  • Nagapattinam banks urged to lend more to farming sector


  • Rousing reception to Jana Reddy


  • Army officer concedes encounters were fake
  • Behind the graceful take-off
  • India, excellent investment destination: Chidambaram
  • Communists are not against reforms, says Buddhadeb
  • Kashmir issue will be handled in totality, says Shivraj Patil
  • Child sexual abuse: Court for effective punishment
  • Ministry, IIMs may seek face-saving option
  • Award for mathematician
  • Trust to build temple, mosque in Ayodhya
  • Irrigation will get top priority: Pawar
  • The Everest conquest anniversary
  • I didn't demand lifting of ban on LTTE: Vaiko
  • Krishna Iyer opposes induction of Ahmed, defeated candidates
  • Farm progress best safety net against hunger: Swaminathan
  • Kadirgamar arrives
  • I myself was surprised: Narayanan
  • Jaipal for autonomy to Prasar Bharati
  • Navin Chawla to be I&B Secretary

    New Delhi

  • Nigerian national, two others arrested for drug peddling
  • Education Dept. forms grievances cell
  • Tytler chalks out development plan for Sadar
  • New security plan for Parliament from Budget session
  • Urdu schools in a pathetic state
  • They have reasons to celebrate
  • Sheila reviews civic amenities in Bawana slums
  • Student leader shot at
  • Court notice to Govt. on `unqualified' teachers
  • RPF men arrested for assaulting woman
  • Constable's wife found murdered
  • BJP expels Sikh leader
  • Plea against changing NCERT books
  • CBI told to probe Chinese globe case
  • Around the City
  • Briefly
  • In the Capital Today

    News Analysis

  • Engagement yes, cravenness no
  • That dreaded T-Word


  • Experts' panel prevented from inspecting `Neelachakra' damage


  • MBBS entrance exam today
  • Matric topper wants to start industry
  • Housing co-op presents Rs. 17 lakhs dividend to govt.
  • MPs pay tribute to Chief Secretary
  • Six hurt in Manamedu clash
  • Pondy an exciting tourist destination: CII

    Racing : Horse

  • Own Vision in fine nick

    Racing : Motor

  • Schumacher claims pole position
  • Kremer emerges leader
  • The top ten


  • Vasundhara gets a go ahead for Cabinet expansion
  • Panel for consensus solution to problems of dyeing industry


  • Mayekar-Shelar pair triumphs


  • Label inscriptions on consonants of Tamil script found


  • `Light music, a search for the inner meaning of poetry'
  • Road work to be revived soon in Shimoga

    Sports : General

  • Dhanya to lead


  • Double each for Saurav and Joshna


  • Annual plan released


  • Five more records tumble

    Table Tennis

  • MSRIT triumphs
  • Ranjitha clinches title

    Tamil Nadu

  • 24 Collectors, 12 SPs shifted
  • Coast Guard may acquire more fast patrol vessels
  • Ongoing projects will be completed in 5 years: Velu
  • CENVAT will go for powerlooms: Elangovan
  • CJP to meet on June 5
  • Health insurance for rural people proposed
  • Provide for reservation in private sector: DK
  • Chidambaram calls on Karunanidhi
  • Language toppers in Standard X examinations
  • AIDS awareness high, but access to information inadequate
  • I didn't demand lifting of ban on LTTE: Vaiko
  • Exporters worried as strike continues
  • Briefly

    Tamil Nadu - Others

  • Tiruvarur banks exceed targets under govt. schemes
  • Petitions on land pattas cleared at `jamabandhi'
  • Rousing reception to Regupathy
  • Farmers demand drought relief


  • `Guga' too good for Federer
  • Rushmi asserts supremacy
  • No cashing in on historic success
  • Madhurima and Ranjan triumph
  • Sanaa enters main draw
  • Shetty, Soniya win titles
  • Rastogi wins doubles title


  • Airport contingency plan put to the test
  • Sewerage augmentation scheme drags on
  • Road repair works to begin soon: Mayor
  • Flaws detected in mock exercise
  • Reject K.T. Thomas report, says AIYF
  • `No move to close down FCI depot'
  • Around the City
  • In Thiruvananthapuram Today
  • Campus Notes


  • Modern equipment for cleft repair
  • `Do not make police of other States the model'
  • Plea for more Plus Two seats
  • Ordinance on fee structure sought
  • Schools urged to launch anti-tobacco stir


  • Develop creativity, VC tells students
  • Corporation to hire equipment to clean roads
  • Special buses for `girivalam'
  • Mettur level
  • Around the City
  • In Tiruchi Today


  • A clean success of campaign


  • TTD plans `e-darshan'
  • Plans for rally to boost farmers' morale
  • Jyeshtabhishekam to be performed


  • Swajaldhara scheme for 15 more villages
  • Gram sabha meets to focus on child labour
  • 11,000 tonnes of rice for Tuticorin dt.


  • Stage set for Coonoor fruit show
  • Visual treat in Sim's Park


  • NABARD scheme to develop dairy farming
  • Swarna drinking water scheme to be completed by March next
  • Udupi to have a cancer institute

    Union Territories

  • 'PGI will serve as a model for other institutes'

    Uttar Pradesh

  • U.P. Congress against any alliance


  • Experts to examine barrage apron
  • Builders air demands to bank
  • New school branch
  • Petty offender murdered
  • Around the City
  • In Vijayawada Today


  • First hospice for cancer patients opened
  • Demand for review of `anti-labour' policies
  • International sports complex in city soon
  • Clinic to provide specialised skin care
  • Around the City
  • In Viskhapatnam Today


  • Asian Central Zone meet from July 13
  • Camp players' names released


  • DCC ecstatic over Cabinet portfolios to district MLAs


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  • Figo's swansong?

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