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  • Claims of Javed's father found to be false


  • Budget unjust to Anantapur irrigation projects: CPI

    Andhra Pradesh

  • YSR calls for higher farm growth
  • Monthly allowance for disabled hiked
  • Anti-filaria programme in 9 more districts
  • `Pala abhishekam' to LI scheme foundation
  • Tata Teleservices on expansion drive
  • Schoolboy's murder mystery unravelled
  • Help on the way to retrenched PSU staff
  • TDP seeks apology from TRS
  • Centre to keep tabs on NGOs
  • TDP seeks CID probe into killing of its activists
  • Another TDP leader killed
  • Collectors told to speed up land acquisition
  • Civic chief swoons at meet
  • Naidu seeks sack of Diwakar Reddy
  • Trio held on charge of killing temple priest
  • Panel seeks detailed report on nomadic tribes
  • Free power: CM hopes World Bank will see reason
  • Victim families pour out woes
  • Review of statutory boards on wages sought
  • Miscreants disfigure NTR statue
  • Anti-filaria programme in 9 more districts
  • Vehicle Inspector dismissed from service
  • `Post committed officers to faction-ridden districts'
  • Centre to assess revival of PSUs, says Minister
  • Farmer, mother commit suicide
  • WB team visits Velugu projects
  • Cable workers' plea to Union Minister
  • SI, 3 constables suspended
  • Briefly
  • Crime Watch

    Andhra Pradesh - Others

  • Middlemen dash lemon-growers' hopes


  • Jharkhand boys on target


  • Junior ranking event begins
  • Venkatesh in semifinals


  • Traffic snarls cause chaos near flyovers
  • State of BMP hospital shocks Mayor
  • Teach human rights in school: seer
  • Pre-counselling guidance
  • Rs. 40 lakh worth ornaments looted
  • `Awareness on cancer prevention vital'
  • Student commits suicide
  • T.N. MLA to be subjected to narco-analysis
  • Around the City
  • In Bangalroe Today


  • Nadagouda retains Council seat


  • ABVP protests against fee panel proposal


  • NDA memo to Governor on rising crime graph


  • Urban planning must be eco-friendly: MLA
  • G.K. Patil wins Council elections


  • Tyson will have to fight often to get out of debt
  • Southern Command wins team title


  • SBI strategy to boost farm credit
  • SEBI goes hitech
  • Indian Iron makes profit
  • A.P. firms gearing for bio-fuel projects
  • Forex reserves up $587 m
  • DVC in talks with Tata Power for Maithon project
  • Lason releases book on HR


  • An era in transport system coming to an end
  • Tiger skins, deer antlers seized, 4 held
  • Motormen, guards to be redeployed
  • Rajagopal gets bail
  • 2 boys drowned
  • Kumbabishekam postponed
  • Registration for pre-counselling guidance
  • Around the City
  • In Chennai Today


  • Ivanchuk bows out
  • Rohit shocks Vijayalakshmi


  • Crackdown against employment of children
  • Textile industry awaiting decision on CENVAT
  • Hall tickets for supplementary exams
  • Meeting on desilting Noyyal
  • Around the City
  • In Coimbatore Today


  • Hat-trick of a different kind for Balaji
  • Yuvraj's candidacy outweighs Chopra's
  • Sonnet in last eight
  • Rain threatens second one-dayer
  • Sri Lanka in driver's seat


  • The Hindu Crossword No. 2561
  • Solution No. 2560


  • Cane growers seek supply of sugar at cost price
  • Achieve cent per cent results, Adi Dravidar welfare schools told


  • Dalit bodies oppose statehood demand
  • Two die, 13 hurt in road accidents
  • `Rayalaseema neglected'
  • Educational officer suspended


  • Collector orders action against teachers


  • Gandhigram Rural Institute introduces distance education


  • De-addiction camp in Erode
  • Accused surrenders


  • Charisteas' strike helps Greece dethrone France
  • Poor defence worries Czech Republic
  • Madras Sporting Union is champion
  • Ajmal drubs Union
  • Attendance ready to break 1 million mark
  • Pricol SC keeps winning
  • RWF draws with AGORC

    Front Page

  • Militants kill 12 Gujjars
  • Women, children rescued from mosque
  • Lashkar fishes in troubled waters
  • Jamali quits as Prime Minister
  • Jaya Bachchan, Ambani elected
  • Amarnath `yatra' extended
  • IRCON suspends work
  • 'Lift ban on LTTE'
  • Attack on temple


  • Fake cottonseed seized


  • Speaker's action illegal, say disqualified MLAs
  • 'A historic decision'


  • State to seek more power from Central grid
  • Shortage of foodgrains in Hassan


  • Rainbow HC makes the grade
  • Subbiah Ambalam in last four


  • Contractor given 23 lakhs for unfinished school building
  • Gang dumps abducted duo, flees with booty
  • EC orders revision of electoral rolls
  • Chaos forces MCH to remove metal girder
  • Hotels, bars shut early
  • EROs open today
  • Lok Ayukta camp courts
  • Around the City
  • In Hyderabad Today

    India & World

  • U.S. hails India-Pakistan initiative
  • Singapore to host 'India business summit'


  • E.U. agrees to NATO role in Iraq
  • Group to define scope of N. Korean nuclear freeze
  • NATO to send more troops to Afghanistan
  • Musharraf was unhappy with Jamali's `laid-back' approach
  • PPP demands explanation for Jamali's ouster
  • U.S. assurance on visa issuance
  • New head for jail abuse probe
  • Now, cellphone for the perfect alibi
  • Cheney defends swearing at Senator
  • Wolfowitz apologises for taunting press
  • The worst is over, feels Saudi Arabia
  • Row over domestic violence law
  • Blasts near Yangon rail station
  • Mad cow disease in U.S.?
  • Cambodian parties reach deal
  • Sri Lanka gets new Army chief


  • Involve Centre in setting up park at Rajiv memorial: Legislative panel


  • Budget to be presented on July 19
  • Poll reforms indicate vibrant society, says Venkatachalaiah
  • `Linking of rivers will boost economy'
  • 25 districts still drought hit: Prakash
  • Transformer scheme, a loss for KPTCL
  • Bio 2004 from July 11 to 13
  • 250 agricultural assistants to be appointed on contract
  • KPTCL told to refund deposit to customer
  • Two hacked to death in Tumkur district
  • JD(S) holds protest on Emergency anniversary
  • `Set aside 50 p.c. of music teachers' posts to visually challenged'
  • Former VC favours bifurcation of varsity
  • Historian G.S. Dikshit passes away
  • BWSSB wins award
  • AIR official for Bangkok
  • Briefly

    Karnataka - Others

  • Plea to preserve beauty of Uttara Kannada
  • Screening of `Girlfriend' stopped following protests
  • Scheme to educate people about sanitation
  • Areca growers to meet Minister
  • Man jumps police custody; arrested


  • Concern over dam proximity to Silent Valley
  • Major incentives in draft export policy
  • Tough fight for MACTA elections
  • NSS budget: priority to medical sector
  • Chandy conveys concern to Sonia
  • Cinema bandh continues
  • Changes in Emigration Act: panel set up
  • Vidyasagar hits out at Natesan
  • Narendran report: NSS warns Government
  • New professional colleges sanctioned
  • Pathrakadavu is eco-friendly, says Minister
  • `Casual labourers getting a raw deal'
  • Higher Secondary admission
  • Electricity Act to stay: Sayeed
  • Power tariffs in Lakshadweep to be rationalised
  • Briefly


  • Renuka Choudary stresses all-round development of tourism


  • Fire at Broadway: inquiry begins
  • Disaster management cell may be set up
  • Call for concerted action against drug abuse
  • Water supply augmentation project gets a fillip
  • Producers' association honours veterans
  • U.N. Day for Victims of Torture observed
  • Students lodge complaint against external examiner
  • `Torture violates human rights'
  • De-addiction centre opened
  • Around the City
  • In Kochi Today


  • `Terrorists luring youth'
  • Call to ban pan masala


  • Ban on sand mining may delay storage tank
  • Rehabilitation of SCs/STs reviewed

    Madhya Pradesh

  • 'Model Code affected rehabilitation'
  • 'UPA Govt. undermining country's security'


  • Lack of infrastructure affects sports in Kodagu


  • Govt. hospital to get `colour doppler' unit soon
  • Accent on exclusive policy on protected water
  • Collector's assurance on permanent expo
  • One lakh applications for ration cards
  • Procession against drug abuse
  • Around the City
  • In Madurai Today


  • Globalisation irreversible, says official
  • MCC unrelenting on water connections
  • JD(U) seeks CBI probe into rice racket
  • MLA gets a `shock' at Wenlock hospital
  • Koragas allege irregularities in welfare scheme
  • Cholera: MCC fiat to people
  • 3 held for ganja trade
  • Renovation of temple


  • Banks still give farmers the runaround
  • Rescued animals to have another shelter
  • BJP, JD(S) evenly poised in South Graduates' Constituency


  • Uneasy calm continues


  • `Pressure' on Governors to resign, protests Advani
  • We will kick-start composite dialogue: Khokhar
  • Congress to move court
  • 'Why were they killed?'
  • 'India, Russia may invite China to join fighter aircraft project'
  • Setting up in China a win-win situation: Suresh Krishna
  • Dhananjoy's execution demanded
  • MPCC executive meet called off
  • IRCON suspends work, bodies flown home
  • Vajpayee is 'soul' of BJP: Thackeray
  • Compensation for family
  • Laloo condemns killings
  • Anil Ambani, Shourie among 11 elected to Rajya Sabha
  • Bardhan hopes budget will address ryots' problems
  • Extended Ro-Ro service a big success too
  • Javed's father demands CBI probe
  • Laptops to double as mobile phones
  • 'Modernise VDC weaponry'
  • Mufti agrees to Amarnath yatra extension
  • Pressure on Government over IHT issue
  • Emirates flights to U.S., Canada
  • Regional imbalances lead to insurgency, says Sahai
  • Ex-VC, lecturer sent to police custody
  • DAE to come up with vision document
  • Yash Johar passes away
  • Downsizing: 15 Ministers resign in Assam


  • CPI(M) leader hospitalised

    New Delhi

  • Kendriya Bhandar weekly rates
  • Delhi BJP organisational poll by August-end
  • Free textbook backlog piles up
  • Dowry case accused granted bail
  • Proposed MCD drive opposed
  • Panel constituted to prepare slum-free Master Plan
  • Run against drug abuse
  • Campaigning for MCD by-polls ends
  • Woman killed; relative held
  • Capital's first zero waste colony is here
  • Man found murdered
  • Jamia to open new study centres
  • Move to discipline Government staff
  • MCD engineers held for graft
  • Auto-lifters' gang busted
  • Briefly

    News Analysis

  • Going back to get ahead
  • The Vajpayee innings
  • The Modi factor
  • Bhopal: was the drama necessary?
  • Commute capital punishment


  • Obituary


  • Plea to improve power transmission


  • Government to regularise services of part-time staff in hospitals
  • Leaders express concern at `rise in crime rate'
  • `Provide quota for children of Government staff in schools'


  • Editor manhandled

    Racing : Horse

  • Fly The Fury runs with a good chance


  • KRRS blames Krishna for delay in TLBC strengthening


  • Khurana on his way out?
  • Uneasy calm at Raj Bhavan


  • Saint Michael's Academy wins


  • `Speed up demarcation of Assembly constituencies'


  • Pakistan, Malaysia retain titles


  • Nisha's hopes dashed

    Table Tennis

  • Sharath, Soumyadeep enter semifinals

    Tamil Nadu

  • Facade may remain, will the soul be lost?
  • Seats aplenty, only the process is complicated
  • `People's vigil will help to prevent torture'
  • Agriculture varsity counselling begins on July 2
  • Reversal of decisions will increase fiscal deficit: Venkaiah Naidu
  • Karnataka High Court refuses to depute officials
  • Vijaykant should apologise: PMK
  • Vice-Chancellors to participate in workshop
  • No timeframe for POTA repeal: Vaiko
  • Briefly

    Tamil Nadu - Others

  • Karur ACP envisages Rs.501.03-cr. credit outflow
  • Farmers seek desilting of channels
  • Public participation in crime prevention initiated


  • Goran's gone, and it will never be the same again
  • Play on middle Sunday
  • Sujith in semifinals
  • Sugiyama takes title
  • The Scud under scrutiny


  • Mariamman Temple mahakumbabhishekam today
  • New chamber president


  • Revamp of garbage collection on the cards
  • Government to set up virtual university for agrarian prosperity
  • Sex racket busted
  • Two held on burglary charge
  • Software expert alleges illegal detention
  • Four injured in accident
  • Around the City
  • In Thiruvananthapuram Today


  • Emergency excesses recalled
  • Thrissur Public Library to get a facelift


  • Hall tickets distribution from tomorrow
  • Decision to start students' consumer clubs hailed
  • Held under Goondas Act
  • Eggs in noon meal
  • Around the City
  • In Tiruchi Today


  • Four robbed of Rs. 61,000
  • Traders close shops


  • YSR asked to keep promise on reservation
  • BSNL to set up eight cell sites
  • Shoddy treatment of woman official flayed
  • `Emotional gesture' moves MLA


  • Pandemonium at meet on evacuees' problems
  • MLA seeks amendments to CRZ norms


  • NCW raps Uttaranchal Govt.


  • Hall tickets for supplementary examinations


  • SRC can clinch Telangana issue, says Congress MP
  • Ryots ready to ride micro-irrigation wave
  • No harm in reviewing PPAs: Lagadapati
  • YSR asked to look into lapses in house site allocation
  • Students take to the streets
  • In Vijayawada Today


  • Van driver hacked to death, accused held
  • Railway union plea to Laloo on catering service
  • ESPN scouts for substitutes
  • More takers for AU's diploma, PG courses
  • Halt at Duvvada for express trains sought
  • Hy-Grade Pellets gets ISO certificate
  • Around the City
  • In Visakhapatnam Today


  • Anti-drug rally taken out


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