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  • Damaged road casts doubts on World Bank-aided project


  • Arrangements in place for pulse polio drive

    Andhra Pradesh

  • Another `special' gift from Kalam in the making
  • Patients confined to `bread and milk'
  • CII keen on improving industry-institution ties
  • Cataract surgery sans anaesthesia
  • Congress leaders decry Telugu Desam campaign
  • 102 bathing ghats for Krishna pushkarams
  • Increase in allocation for Handri Neeva sought
  • `Ramayana circuit' soon: Renuka
  • CPI seeks sops for footwear industry
  • `Congress changing stand on key issues'
  • Ryots' suicide toll put at 126
  • Rural banks ready to increase credit to farm sector
  • Off they go with bicycles!
  • Bus knocks down student
  • TRS reverses stand on GO 610
  • Student unions flay police lathicharge
  • ONGC to shift base to Kakinada port
  • Action against Inspector for shielding officer
  • Work on CM's official residence to begin soon
  • YSR travels on road in naxal stronghold
  • ONGC preparing to drill in `intelligent' fields
  • Psychotropic drugs seized from Dubai-bound person
  • Telangana State round the corner, says TRS chief
  • Farmer commits suicide
  • Auto driver held in NTR statue desecration case
  • Briefly

    Andhra Pradesh - Others

  • Officials pulled up for `inaction'
  • ZP committee to probe `Velugu'
  • Panel to look into `misuse' of Food- for-Work scheme
  • Taking a crack at `floating' record
  • Kakinada port to become offshore drilling base


  • Dola, Reena and Sumangala book tickets to Athens


  • Pradeep, Saraswati take titles


  • No sweat for Sreeteja
  • Venkatesh triumphs
  • Canara Bank, MGRBC triumph


  • Hoardings put up in violation of rule
  • Police team rescues kidnapped contractor
  • Delegation's visit strengthens Reno-BMP ties
  • Four drowned in tank as boat overturns
  • Three killed in road accidents
  • Will power supply be normal today?
  • Water Adalat
  • Ban order extended
  • Complaint Mela
  • Around The City
  • In Bangalore Today
  • Readers' Mail


  • Plea to release subsidy to small units
  • Self help groups demand prohibition


  • Raids on to nab BJP MLA
  • RJD Minister blames party for defeat


  • Security, terrorism worry foreign investors
  • Industry seeks support for small units
  • `Ease curbs to promote trade with Bangladesh'
  • Ex-Enron chief accepts blame
  • Caution marks trading in stocks


  • A holistic approach to tackling urban pollution
  • Corporation to debate takeover of DMK building in part
  • Armed men assault shopowner, decamp with 20 sovereigns
  • Network linking blood banks launched
  • Man arrested for murdering wife
  • Music therapy at Apollo
  • Music festival
  • Captive breeding to save freshwater crocodiles
  • Around The City
  • In Chennai Today
  • Readers' Mail


  • Topalov's gamble pays off
  • Sriram Jha takes title


  • Students hit as textbook scarcity continues
  • Three held for torching bar
  • Dry weather forecast
  • Aruound The City
  • In Coimbatore Today
  • Reporters' Diary


  • West Indies wins with bonus point
  • Second match called off
  • Dilshan guides Lankans to victory
  • Central Excise posts win
  • Srinivasan, Vijayaraghavan re-elected
  • Narrow win for Dena Bank


  • The Hindu Crossword 8021
  • Solution to puzzle 8020


  • Patta transfer `only on basis of proper documents'
  • `Shortage of doctors, medicine' in Panruti hospital


  • "TDP policies to blame for ryots' suicide"
  • Stress on water conservation
  • Girijans urged to realise their rights


  • `Cultivate oilseed crops'




  • Drinking water crisis continues in Erode


  • Dutch can deal with penalty shootout too
  • A winning tip!
  • Chennai retains title
  • Karan nets four goals
  • Hat-trick by Esmond Carryer
  • Hat-trick by Nelian

    Front Page

  • India, Pakistan discuss peace and security
  • Centre convenes meet to tackle naxalism
  • Questions of life and death
  • Threat to behead Pakistani
  • 50 feared dead in boat-capsize
  • Eight Bihar Ministers resign
  • Ban on poll ads: CEC optimistic
  • New PCC chief for Maharashtra


  • Doping: the Indian dimension


  • Editor killed in bomb attack
  • MMA `peace march' thwarted
  • `Coffee cure for cancer'
  • Iran to resume nuke programme


  • Scott running hot


  • TDP activists stage dharna


  • Ban on entry into Assembly premises

    Himachal Pradesh

  • Five killed as bus plunges into gorge


  • Germany drubs Pakistan
  • SCR routs Nav Bharath


  • Traffic cops get a dose of spiritual balm
  • Lame excuse on helmet, strict rule on hotels
  • `Chalo Assembly' by auto drivers on July 1
  • No power in some areas
  • Political killings: CM urged to intervene
  • Withdraw candidate, Congress tells TRS
  • Around The City
  • In Hyderabad Today
  • Readers' Mail

    India & World

  • Where IAF pilots will learn air force grammar


  • Bush pleads Turkey's E.U. cause
  • Allawi offers amnesty to resistance fighters
  • CIA suspends torture techniques
  • Saudi crackdown raises internal tensions
  • End of a democratic experiment, says Pakistan Opposition
  • U.K. inquiry focus on Niger uranium claim
  • China to reprint Buddhist encyclopaedia
  • Recognition, after 60 years
  • Russia warns NATO ahead of summit
  • Ascendancy of the U.S. Right under threat

    Jammu & Kashmir

  • `They came to wipe out two clans of Gujjars'
  • High-grade weapons for Village Defence Committees
  • Outsiders banned from visiting IRCON project sites


  • Soren `not sincere' in shifting Coal India office


  • Kanchi Acharyas' `chathurmasya viratham'


  • JD(S) bags South Graduates' seat
  • Teachers want elected vice-chancellors
  • A training centre with a difference
  • State to seek Central funds for irrigation projects
  • Cut in grant-in-aid opposed
  • Manjunath's remarks on varsity criticised
  • Poor posture may injure lower back: orthopaedists
  • Special anti-polio drive in five districts on July 4
  • Teach human rights in school, says seer
  • `India neglected Vivekananda's teachings'
  • Part-time lecturers may be appointed
  • MLAs also see red
  • Six injured, two huts set ablaze in clash
  • Elected to Press Club
  • Reforms in excise sector on the anvil
  • Briefly

    Karnataka - Others

  • JD(S) leaders demand equal share in nominations
  • People asked to remember their duties
  • Karwar-Madgaon train cancelled for one week
  • Train to Madgaon cancelled
  • JD (S) failure blamed on lack of unity
  • MP sees dearth of information on education


  • Indians in Gulf need not panic: Ahamed
  • Chandy's meeting with Sonia sends confusing signals
  • Call for people's participation in mangrove conservation
  • Delimitation panel functioning hit
  • GCDA drops plan to take over TCM
  • Doctoral programme in nursing awaits Government nod
  • MGS hails panel suggestion on history books
  • Meeting to discuss film industry crisis today
  • Petrol tanker owners drop strike move
  • Sibi Malayil panel wins MACTA polls
  • NIT-C courses get AICTE nod
  • Implement JPC report on soft drinks: MP
  • Trade irregularities to the tune of Rs.582 cr. detected
  • Two killed as lorry plunges into river
  • `Take corrective measures'
  • Dharna
  • Briefly

    Kerala - Others

  • Rs. 10-crore project for Kalady grama panchayat


  • Lift irrigation schemes will be revived: Renuka


  • Colloquium on tourism from July 1
  • Mayor to lead high-level team to Vilappilsala
  • UPA committed to better ties with Arab countries: Ahamed
  • Change in lifestyle taking toll on mental health
  • New body for IT professionals
  • Probe on into aircraft yard fire
  • Meet to discuss film industry crisis today
  • Around The City
  • In Kochi Today
  • Readers' Mail


  • Training course in water conservation
  • Higher Secondary teachers plan stir

    Leader Page Articles

  • Karuna plays a hand
  • India's Afghan policy

    Letters to the Editor

  • Ahmedabad killings
  • Manmohan's plea
  • The BJP meet
  • Reservation debate
  • Capital punishment
  • Exorbitant fees


  • Spare a thought for the winged wonders
  • Sahitya parishat to hold competitions


  • Better services for distance education students assured
  • `Improve infrastructure for industrial growth'
  • Apollo Hospitals to seek ISRO assistance
  • More benefits sought for downgraded panchayats
  • Around The City
  • In Madurai Today
  • Reader's Mail


  • Prabha Rau made Maharashtra Congress chief
  • Non-bailable warrant against Antulay
  • A bid to check groupism


  • Dharam Singh's stand delights environmentalists
  • Monsoon brings fly menace
  • Trimester system enthuses children
  • Readers' Mail


  • Foundation to foster communal harmony


  • Kuruvai prospects bleak this year also


  • Khokhar leaving a day earlier
  • India, China reaffirm commitment
  • It's time to conduct party polls
  • Steps planned to check misinformation by parties
  • Mirwaiz meets Riaz Khokhar
  • `Corruption in judiciary will be dealt with firmly'
  • Rao to be in hospital for some more days
  • A Baba bridges the border
  • RJD Minister blames party for defeat
  • Meet to focus on widening rural prosperity
  • Somnath against stalling of Parliament as a means of protest
  • Naveen Patnaik appointed Inter-State Council member
  • Outsiders banned from visiting IRCON project sites
  • BITS changes admission mode, to challenge court order


  • Civic officials pulled up

    New Delhi

  • Voters miss the EVMs
  • East Delhi gets VIP treatment
  • Cancer awareness programme
  • Programme to rehabilitate members of Sansi tribe
  • Admission day for first list students
  • Maternity boutique set to open doors
  • Centre's decision to change history books criticised
  • Teenager found murdered
  • Court relief for station porters
  • `False alarm' about abduction
  • IGNOU exam dates
  • Around The City
  • Briefly
  • In The Capital Today
  • Readers' Mail

    News Analysis

  • China, India and Panchsheel
  • Musharraf strengthens his hold
  • Commute capital punishment


  • 10 lakh participate in Puri yatra
  • Mercury soars in State


  • Memorandum to contain pollution


  • `Harness multiple advantages of scientific development'
  • Ultrasound equipment donated
  • `Reopen sub-post office in Karaikal bus terminus'


  • Views differ on SYL canal verdict


  • God, epitome of mercy


  • `Restore `C' form exemption for inter-State sale of sago products'
  • AUT for regular conduct of meetings


  • Records galore at State shooting championship


  • Mahasamprokshanam performed at Sowmyanarayana Perumal Temple
  • Sivaganga ACP envisages Rs.280 crores


  • Shikha Tandon bags silver

    Table Tennis

  • Sharath-Soumyadeep crash out

    Tamil Nadu

  • Declining inflows dampen kuruvai hopes
  • `Spell out guidelines for admissions to unaided engineering colleges'
  • Government should take over deemed universities: Ramadoss
  • `Take steps to strengthen local bodies'
  • Work likely to begin in August
  • `Lifting lottery ban will benefit 6 lakh families'
  • Probe medical admissions: Varadarajan
  • Manpower racket busted, one held at airport
  • CPI (M), CPI leaders discuss political situation in State
  • Allocation for Sethu project likely in budget
  • 4 killed in bus-lorry collision
  • Inscriptions copied from Ambukkovil temple
  • Megalithic burials found at Thandikudi
  • Briefly

    Tamil Nadu - Others

  • NTADCL plans more projects


  • Federer marches into fourth round in imperial style
  • Sugiyama given pride of place
  • Jimmy counting on partner Mac
  • Irfan, Sharon win titles
  • Rishab-Sudhir duo triumphs


  • New look for airport terminal
  • Speciality clinics at General Hospital
  • Two held
  • Around The City
  • In Thiruvananthapuram Today
  • Readers' Mail

    This Day That Age

  • dated June 28, 1954: Sino-Indian amity
  • dated June 28, 1954: Dalai Lama for Peking
  • dated June 28, 1954: Arrests in Goa


  • Plea to provide facilities before introducing computer education
  • Aid for tribal art studies
  • Punjab National Bank adopts village
  • Permission for amateur radio repeater station


  • Noise pollution reaching alarming proportions
  • Hall tickets to be distributed from today
  • Around The City
  • In Tiruchi Today
  • Reporters' Diary


  • Exhibition inaugurated


  • SVUCET result declared
  • `Free power to ryots, come what may'
  • MLAs felicitated


  • Activists vow to oppose thermal plant at Nandikur

    Uttar Pradesh

  • U.P. Congress session next month
  • Funds pour in for BHU
  • Overloading led to capsize?
  • Hooch killed 100 in over a decade
  • BJP, Congress plan revamp in U.P.
  • Mulayam announces Rs. 1 lakh ex-gratia


  • Integrated approach to treating drug abuse suggested
  • New medical colleges coming up this year: Minister


  • TDP demands probe into UDA affairs
  • MLA ready to `agitate' for water release to delta
  • Sri Laksmi murder: women's groups join hands
  • MP calls for rehabilitation of street kids
  • Student dies under suspicious circumstances
  • Around The City
  • In Vijayawada Today
  • Readers' Mail


  • SHGs to be given credit rating indices
  • Lok Adalat settles 22 cases
  • CPI(M) will confront `anti-people' policies
  • VITUC petitions on unorganised sector
  • Fervour marks Bahuda yatra
  • Around The City
  • In Visakhapatnam Today
  • Readers' Mail


  • Artillery Centre in last eight


  • Weather

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