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Andhra Pradesh

  • CM hints at reducing power tariff
  • Transport Ministers of South to meet in Hyderabad
  • New crop insurance scheme for ryots
  • ECET result released
  • Congress to review housing schemes
  • Furore in House over CM's remark on Naidu
  • Five farmers end life
  • No word on welfare of Dalits: TDP
  • Appropriation Bill adopted
  • Good response to APTDC's package
  • Union Minister promises better facilities in hospitals
  • Tearful farewell to Baga Reddy
  • Naxalites blast bank building
  • CM calls for environment protection
  • Law will take its course in Balakrishna case: YSR
  • Transport Ministers of South to meet in Hyderabad
  • CM, Rosaiah for Delhi tomorrow to seek funds
  • "NGOs' help vital in checking eco-degradation"
  • IAS officer's blood sample taken for DNA test
  • Award for NTPC
  • Documents found
  • Briefly
  • Crime Watch

    Andhra Pradesh - Others

  • Scientists suggest steps to curb farmers' suicides
  • Cement Corporation unit seeks sops
  • Vacancies for engineers


  • Harishankar Rai sets National mark
  • Karthikeyan, Arockiadas bag honours


  • Solution to medical seats row soon: Dharam Singh
  • Abducted fish merchant freed
  • Students speak up for environment
  • BMP to set up panel on canopy management
  • Some roads to become one-way
  • Children from SOS village do their bit
  • Awareness programme held
  • Around The City
  • In Bangalore Today


  • T.N. basketball teams
  • Siddarth, Amulya named captains


  • Mass marriage for physically challenged people


  • Coaching for ST students


  • Thundershowers in Bijapur

    Billiards & Snooker

  • Smooth start for Yasin


  • Exim policy will cut transaction costs, says Kamal Nath
  • Indian engineers craft Sun's flagship Java server
  • eTelecare buys Phase 2 Solutions
  • Forex reserves cross $119 b
  • Allow corporates to retire high cost debts: Chamber
  • BIFR clears GACL, ACRL merger
  • LIC management, employees meet
  • Ethiopia invites investments from India


  • Cartoon


  • Growing mismatch between road space and vehicle population
  • Traffic snarls a regular feature at Tambaram
  • Rallies, planting of saplings mark environment day
  • Visitors hail withdrawal of entry fee in hospitals
  • Trading on Internet gaining popularity
  • Woman admitted to hospital with burns
  • Support philanthropic activities: M.S. Swaminathan
  • Extra coach for Lal Bagh Express
  • `Reduce drainage maintenance charges'
  • Ex gratia distributed to victims' kin
  • Workshop
  • Around The City
  • In Chennai Today


  • Tamil Nadu `A' in lead
  • Stefanova claims World title


  • Shift to high-value crops, farmers told
  • Hybrid varieties, new implements highlight of TNAU exhibition
  • Free computer course for SC/ST
  • Applications for ration cards
  • Giant squirrel released into the wild
  • Signature campaign launched
  • Report on cotton study soon
  • Around The City
  • In Coimbatore Today


  • Sehwag scintillates
  • Umpires told to root out chucking
  • England hits back aggressively
  • Unbeaten century by Tanmay
  • King happy with Indian players' fitness
  • Harbhajan not to play for English club
  • Sai Teja scalps six
  • Bangladesh frustrates Windies
  • K.G. Colts posts win
  • Sasikiran to clash with Kritz
  • Easy win for Dravid XI
  • Tumkur posts win
  • Siddharth Sahni shines


  • The Hindu Crossword No. 2558
  • Solution No. 2557


  • AISF plans cycle jathas to boost ryots' morale
  • Collector moots bio-diesel plantation


  • Orientation course for coop. staff
  • School burgled, watchman injured in attack
  • 2 surrender in murder case


  • Trapattoni hoping to make history
  • 3-0 win for Delhi Audit

    Front Page

  • Election Commission moves Supreme Court
  • Milon Banerjee is Attorney General
  • `Need for consensus in Nepal'
  • 11 labourers killed in Bihar
  • Dismissed
  • Ministry expanded
  • `Raise interest rates on EPF'
  • One more held in Nadia case
  • Myskina claims title


  • Sotheby's faces Holocaust lawsuit
  • Danforth, U.S. envoy to U.N.


  • Gulbarga ZP approves Rs. 43-cr. action plan
  • ZP chief launches anti-filariasis drive
  • Students do M.R. college proud


  • `People too have a role to play'
  • Housewife succumbs to burns
  • Naxal killed in mishap
  • Three injured in clash


  • Jharkhand, Haryana in last eight


  • Media asked to introspect on its failures


  • `Mysterious' python strikes terror
  • Sculpting his way to fame
  • Mixed emotions from kin of victims
  • Three held on cheating charge
  • Unauthorised junior colleges raided
  • RTC specials for fish medicine
  • Uttar Bharti Sangh's plea to CM
  • OU degree results out
  • Movie contest on Idea
  • Temple to be renovated
  • Payment of traffic fines at eSeva
  • YSR meets ryots forced to sell kidney
  • Train timings revised
  • Police station re-designated
  • Around The City
  • In Hyderabad Today

    India & World

  • Ties with India toned up: Rumsfeld
  • Rushdie, Seth among `must read' writers
  • Bollywood's image tarnished


  • Nepal elections in April 2005: Deuba
  • Police, militants clash in Jeddah
  • Dramatic parachute drop evokes D-Day landing memories
  • Colombo warned of another war
  • Tajikistan: Russia scores over U.S.
  • Girl's murder: furore over Minister's remark
  • Visit to Delhi a success: Morshed Khan
  • Allawi warns against early U.S. pullout
  • Rumsfeld in Dhaka amid protests
  • Bumpy road ahead for Iraqis, says Rumsfeld

    Jammu & Kashmir

  • Separatist group's plea to Hurriyat factions


  • Devotees throng Devarajaswamy car festival


  • Gulf jobs: SP asked to keep watch on travel agents
  • Graft charge refuted


  • Senior Congress leaders left out in Ministry expansion
  • Many veterans and some new faces in Council of Ministers
  • Govt. committed to environment protection: Dharam Singh
  • Legislature session from Wednesday
  • Rare procedure performed to rectify bladder dysfunction
  • Exclusion of Patil, Deshpande from Ministry raises eyebrows
  • Tight security for swearing-in ceremony
  • Exhaust filters for KSRTC buses soon
  • Sindhia plays down differences with Congress
  • Bidar DC seeks action against sub-registrar
  • India-U.S. meet to boost space cooperation
  • Spot the `smoker bus,' win prize
  • BJP leaders not invited to ceremony
  • Political impasse has ended: Deve Gowda
  • Dharam Singh declines comment on Cauvery issue
  • Anti-Dowry Forum hails Supreme Court verdict
  • Lightning kills eight
  • H.K. Patil to vacate bungalow
  • Briefly

    Karnataka - Others

  • `Empower people to avert eco-disasters'
  • Hampi site management plan to be ready in six months
  • Group attacks officials in bid to steal sandalwood
  • 44 couples enter wedlock at simple function
  • CMC decision leaves traders sore


  • `Police should have taken preventive steps in Marad'
  • Antony says his portfolios may change
  • Plea to implement Pathrakadavu hydel project
  • Widen scope of probe: Oommen Chandy
  • Printing of textbooks to be over by June 20
  • Antony opens Goshree bridges
  • Girls bag top ranks in Calicut University B.Sc. exams
  • CBI probe into kidney racket sought
  • Expedite probe into defeat: KC(M)
  • Five injured in RSS-NDF clash
  • Those targeting Chandy eyeing his chair: Abu
  • MCH superintendent clarifies on ban
  • Fr. Vithayathil to be elevated to the status of `Servant of God'
  • Marad: senior officers' order implemented
  • Minister promises funds for water conservation
  • `Ekbal committed breach of law'
  • Advertising agency proprietor dead
  • Tread rubber price increased
  • `Bridging the Gulf'
  • Briefly

    Kerala - Others

  • From the streets, to a new life
  • Eight-member gang busted


  • `Lapses in eco conservation led to drought'
  • Protest marks inaugural function
  • Woes of a dying beach
  • `Organic food can reduce incidence of cancer'
  • Thykoodam subway to be ready soon
  • GIDA to seek legal opinion on land sale
  • Nurses allege harassment
  • Two killed in accident
  • Protest against farm policies
  • Environment quiz contest
  • Seminar on peace
  • Heavy rain lashes city
  • Around The City
  • In Kochi Today


  • Plea to stop privatisation of Auto Cast
  • Silver Jubilee celebrations
  • Applications invited


  • Antony calls for scientific disposal of garbage
  • Greening Drive inaugurated


  • KC canal works in final stage
  • Need to reduce pollution stressed
  • Plea for more Cabinet berths for Rayalaseema
  • Two die as tree collapses
  • Killed by lightning


  • Surplus budget for Madikeri municipality
  • Academy to bring out CDs on Kodava culture


  • 5 colleges awaiting UGC nod for courses
  • In Madurai Today


  • Gustad's team member arrested


  • MLA suggests LNG for power plant
  • Arrest of rice racket accused sought
  • Lawrence Monis laid to rest
  • Flood-control rooms opened
  • Probe sought into overloading of vehicles
  • ABD-aided project imposed on corporation: Mayor
  • Engagements


  • India's largest aviary coming up in Mysore
  • Mysore farmers elated by good rainfall
  • Environment awareness evident in Mysore
  • Forum pulls up corporation, Vanivilas Waterworks
  • e-filing of excise returns from June 30


  • BSNL to distribute SIM cards on June 9


  • UPA Government will complete its full term, says CPI
  • Pre-budget meet: unions differ on EPF interest rate
  • `District Planning Committees must be made more effective'
  • Sunderbans under threat
  • Relaxed Vajpayee, hardpressed Manmohan
  • CPI (M) for peace talks in Nagaland
  • Hazarika quits politics
  • Economists outline road map for budget
  • Tejas aircraft complete 227 test sorties
  • Speaker calls on Vice-President
  • Flight from torture, will it be safelanding?
  • Surge in demand for gold
  • Robbery in high security zone
  • IGNOU papers leaked
  • Pre-Medical test: 1,519 on merit list
  • Pre-warning system in place on Konkan rail route
  • `Secret ballot principle applies to all elections'
  • ``People's participation needed for protecting environment''
  • Life term for IAS officer
  • Doctors' rushed to treat Mirwaiz's uncle
  • Mufti Government to redraft Permanent Resident Bill
  • Compulsory teaching of regional language not a violation: Court
  • `Survey was self-contradictory'
  • `Remarks taken out of context'


  • MROs to verify all calls to `Helpline'

    New Delhi

  • Green Delhi Action Plan released
  • Jal Board asked to take steps to solve water crisis
  • Capital gears up for rare celestial event
  • Centre politicising power crisis, says Uma
  • DTC plans more Volvo buses on tourist circuits
  • Colleges may adopt different strategy for admissions
  • Women join hands for economic upliftment
  • Ban on asbestos demanded
  • Gangsters arrested from Dwarka
  • `Clean Delhi' campaign launched
  • Journalist killed in accident
  • Adequate facilities planned for displaced families
  • Juveniles arrested for thefts
  • Accused put on trial
  • Intense lobbying for Rajya Sabha seat
  • Police move to curb poll related violence
  • New initiative in family welfare
  • Himachal asks for Centre's intervention
  • Around The City
  • Briefly
  • In The Capital Today

    News Analysis

  • All the Prime Minister's men
  • Perfect harmony
  • The big four
  • Firm friend
  • Will Nehru's works see the light of day?


  • Six killed in separate road accidents
  • Expatriates die in mishap


  • Obituary


  • Training for SSA teachers


  • Govt. plans action against polluting industries
  • CPI(M) urges govt. to hold civic polls
  • Campaign to prevent filariasis
  • PMK launches poster campaign for cut in higher education fee


  • Man murdered


  • Another armyman admits encounters were fake


  • Plan to impound water in dam criticised
  • Dismissed civic workers stage novel protest
  • Tree planting programme

    Sports : General

  • Divya sets two records


  • Gayatri, Apoorva make a splash

    Table Tennis

  • Ghai, Neha bag titles
  • Title for Ch.S.V. Ramana

    Tamil Nadu

  • MPs to meet PM
  • Convene CRA, Jayalalithaa urges Manmohan Singh
  • Now, parallel approaches to find a solution
  • The experiment paid off for the Madurai school
  • Launch sea care movement, says M. S. Swaminathan
  • Own blame for misdeeds and quit, Congress tells Jayalalithaa
  • PMK launches poster campaign for cut in higher education fee
  • CJP decides to merge with Congress
  • Andhra Pradesh will come to the rescue of Chennai
  • Give up FDI proposal in toto: bank officers
  • Will you ask Congress CMs to quit, Paneerselvam's poser to SRB
  • `Give up New Veeranam, deep borewell projects'
  • Briefly

    Tamil Nadu - Others

  • Efforts on to improve composting in Tirupur yard
  • Admission to BC hostels
  • Quack held
  • 25 hurt in booth collapse


  • Memorable day for Myskina
  • Rushmi wins second successive title
  • Anushree claims double crown
  • A tough trainer
  • Atsufumi overcomes Anjan Viplav
  • Nutrine AITA tournament from Monday
  • Muralikrishnan finishes runner-up


  • `A special kind of happiness'


  • Thatching of school sheds yet to be completed
  • Decline in sex ratio worrying: expert
  • World Environment Day observed
  • Yuva Morcha protest against Soopy
  • In Thiruvananthapuram Today


  • Mayor promises steps to solve power crisis
  • Heavy rain lashes Thrissur; youth electrocuted
  • Kolkata boy freed from captivity


  • Project to detect physical disabilities launched
  • Changes in bus routes opposed
  • Five held
  • Around The City
  • In Tiruchi Today


  • House burgled


  • `Cancer cases on the rise in developing countries'


  • Solar fish-drier, a boon to SHG fisherwomen


  • Environmentalists call for pollution-free oceans
  • Bus services to Durga temple suspended
  • Kids hit upon a fishy way to quick bucks
  • Experts to check apron
  • Seminar on exit polls
  • Farmer ends life
  • Around The City


  • Call to maintain ecological balance
  • Police grill AU staff, students
  • Airport expansion works reviewed
  • LML studio opened
  • Guidance for EAMCET rankers
  • Around The City
  • In Visakhapatnam Today


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    World View

  • Cuthbert carries Olympic torch into MCG

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