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  • House-surgeons continue stir at Alappuzha MCH


  • A victim of man-made drought
  • Moves afoot to unseat ZP chief
  • Cable TV row takes a turn

    Andhra Pradesh

  • `G.O. 610 will be implemented'
  • Special courts to try atrocity cases
  • Government mulls 25 new mines
  • Lawyers urged to defend Manohar
  • 3 killed in powerful quarry blast
  • Separate Rayalaseema not viable, says freedom fighter
  • Insurance union protests hike in foreign equity
  • Call for Lok Adalat to deal with labour disputes
  • Bill on regulation of appointments passed
  • Confusion still over BITS admission
  • End tribal land row, says CPI(M)
  • Special courts to try atrocity cases, says Minister
  • Web-based farm advice system launched
  • Six correspondents of local schools held, released
  • All-party meet on Krishna delta issue soon
  • Cloud-seeding on regular basis: Raghuveera
  • Attack on conductor triggers protest
  • Gulf job `agent' attempts suicide
  • Prisoners `assault' escort constables
  • Medicos oppose two GOs on admission
  • Separate States' bogey decried
  • 70 ill due to gastroenteritis
  • Crime watch
  • 4 killed in car-lorry smash
  • Jayaprada wants `recognition' for film industry
  • Ryot ends life
  • Briefly

    Andhra Pradesh - Others

  • Children films from July 12
  • Lions Club gesture


  • Indian squad leaves for Turkey


  • Top athletes for Ukraine, to miss Chennai meet
  • Karnataka team for inter-State athletic meet


  • Four die in accidents
  • Colourful start to Kempegowda Day fete
  • Clash toll goes up to two
  • Lectures for IT professionals
  • Around the City
  • In Bangalore Today
  • Hoax calls burdening police


  • Exchange rates
  • Bullion rates


  • Rs. 100 crore sought for Kalasa-Banduri Nala project
  • Plea to provide textbooks


  • Panel resolves land dispute


  • Objectionable goods seized from jails


  • Inflation rate crosses 6 p.c.
  • 6.5 p.c. tax-free bonds withdrawn
  • Kamal Nath to attend Paris meet
  • Ma Foi arm in Malaysia
  • Pfizer, Pharmacia merger proposal
  • Blood glucose monitor
  • e-filing of Central Excise returns
  • Interactive meeting with RBI CGM
  • ISO certification for Kirtilal Kalidas
  • 3S dealer status for Tribhuvan
  • Budget cheers jewellers
  • New Esteem on display
  • FDA nod for Vera Lab's Trazodone
  • New Director Sales for Hitachi Data
  • New CEO for K Sera Sera
  • Hero Honda-SBI co-branded card
  • Yamaha launches Fazer
  • Ocimum solution for Canadian firm
  • Compulink forays into U.K.
  • PTC gets category F trading licence
  • Award for Micron Precision
  • Union Bank launches Union Home Plus
  • New offer from State Bank of Hyderabad


  • Stock brokers protest against transaction tax
  • Pressure on Finance Minister
  • Chelliah hails setting up of Backward States Grant Commission
  • Leyland arm to develop port, rail link in Iran
  • Tata Motors June sales up
  • Rupee gains 18 paise
  • Sensex rebounds 102 points
  • `Build world-class infrastructure'
  • Scheme for senior citizens
  • Honeywell to buy Tata group's stake
  • Big push to telecom


  • Cartoon


  • Costs are too high, say consumers
  • How safe are our buildings?
  • `Tuberculosis treatment improves with new regimen'
  • Naturalists see red over tree felling
  • Modernise Chennai airport: Maran
  • Japanese film festival begins
  • Two killed in accidents
  • Two more die in hospital fire
  • Around the City
  • Taking consumers for a ride


  • Adams wins third game
  • Nassir pulls ahead
  • Three share lead


  • Dacoits strike at engineer's house
  • Budget hailed
  • Around the City
  • In Coimbatore Today
  • Cracking the whip on defunt societies


  • Harbhajan on the road again
  • Three hit centuries
  • Narrow win for Nizam College
  • Dream day for Ramachandran
  • Devender scalps four
  • Ganesh, Keshav shine
  • Big win for Sachin CC
  • D.G.C.A. Varma XI triumphs
  • Mysore (Brindavan) takes title


  • The Hindu Crossword No. 8032
  • Solution to puzzle No. 8031


  • Teachers deplore `attack' on MEO
  • Bring your problems to me, Collector tells students


  • O'Grady wins fifth stage


  • Cauvery drinking water project nearing completion: Minister




  • A success story from beads to flowers
  • SHGs to get licence for running quarries
  • Revenue inspector suspended


  • Brazil overcomes Chile
  • Indian Bank enters final
  • Brace by Bisht
  • Easy for SJIHS
  • Brace by Sakthivel
  • Bagan begins well
  • Dindigul in final

    Front Page

  • Centre examining reports
  • Nehru Award conferred on Goh
  • Supreme Court to hear plea against Secretariat project on July 19
  • Life-term for blasts accused
  • Notice to Rao
  • Flood situation grim
  • 22 pilgrims stranded
  • Four killed in blast


  • Railway Budget has neglected region: BJP
  • Teachers' forum to honour rank holders


  • `Implementation of welfare schemes unsatisfactory'
  • Records scrutinised


  • MEG trounces Kerala
  • Rajinder promises better show in Dusseldorf
  • Samuel slots five
  • IHF presents cash awards


  • Traffic restrictions for Bonalu procession
  • HUDA's master plan getting ready
  • Cyber conman continues his `run'
  • Dream home may be a costly affair now
  • Net-savvy youth in the dock for `torture'
  • Closure of toddy, wine shops
  • Power shutdown
  • "Streetlights' upkeep is MCH's job"
  • MCH engineer promoted
  • Around the City
  • In Hyderabad Today


  • U.S. Senate slams intelligence agencies
  • Dismantle wall, World Court tells Israel
  • Sharon for nuclear-free West Asia
  • An ominous phase in Sri Lanka
  • Chirac condemns surge in racist attacks
  • `Kidnapped' Marine safe in Lebanon
  • Russia not to sell arms to Pakistan
  • African Union to protect Darfur refugees
  • Germany makes immigration easier for skilled workers
  • Japanese heat wave kills seven
  • U.S. asks Colombo, Tigers to halt violence
  • Genocide conviction upheld
  • France approves embryo research
  • `Missing' U.S. Marine arrives in Germany
  • World calls India, says Singapore Minister

    Jammu & Kashmir

  • J&K to implement Agriculture Marketing Act


  • Strong representation from Coimbatore


  • Staff, space shortage plagues Karminagar's oldest school


  • `Water to Andhra Pradesh not now'
  • `Admissions as scheduled'
  • BJP, JD(U) want Azad, Kharge to go
  • Notification dismissing district judge upheld
  • Rice diversion: Engineers question Govt. action
  • North Karnataka MLAs to meet Siddaramaiah
  • Goods transporters oppose service tax
  • Time-bound promotions sought for govt. staff
  • Dharam Singh to open Bangalore Bio 2004
  • GSLV fit for manned space voyage: ISRO chief
  • 1,000 more buses for BMTC
  • Dental colleges agreeable to last year's fee structure
  • Little response to Shimoga bandh
  • Coffee growers seek assistance
  • All-party team to meet Jain today
  • Appointed
  • Briefly

    Karnataka - Others

  • Let gram panchayats handle crop insurance scheme: KRRS
  • Dalits continue protest against threat of eviction
  • Chief Minister urged to approve Singatalur irrigation project
  • Underground power lines soon: Parrikar
  • Python set ablaze
  • Ambulance service launched


  • State protests against tax on NRI deposits
  • State protests against tax on NRI deposits
  • `I' group to cooperate with KPCC executive
  • Probe ordered into missing records at TDB office
  • `Central aid may go up by Rs. 560 crores'
  • 25 NH bridges highly hazardous: Minister
  • Panel proposes role for CESS in mineral sand-mining
  • Cut in entertainment tax under study
  • PG against Pathrakadavu project
  • Petroleum dealers demand ceiling in prices
  • CPI stages march to Secretariat
  • Boben Kunchacko dead
  • Scheme for coastal protection mooted
  • Centre may take over Keltron Counters
  • Briefly


  • KRL to contribute towards express highway
  • Transportation of ammonia via road is safe: FACT unions
  • Plea to protect Mangalavanam
  • Petition to replace bridges
  • Around the City
  • In Kochi Today
  • Criminals make hay while it rains


  • `Minister exploiting garbage issue'
  • Computerisation to be over by year-end: Mani


  • Unrecognised paramedical institutes flourishing


  • PSUs: Minister's initiatives welcomed
  • VC conferred rank of Colonel


  • Seminar

    Leader Page Articles

  • The folly of missile defence
  • Blair's back to the wall

    Letters to the Editor

  • Budget 2004-05
  • Universities & research
  • Death penalty


  • Rs. 21.75 cr. for amenities in railway stations
  • Special trains to continue
  • Bomb hoax
  • Around the City
  • In Madurai Today
  • An extremely tough job


  • Rescue Centre for trapped leopards


  • Sub-Registrar's office burgled
  • Nagarjuna power plant opposed
  • Robbery case solved, complainant arrested
  • Infosys Foundation to provide books


  • Records to be computerised fast
  • Abuse of medical drugs coming down
  • Increase in FDI cap in insurance sector opposed
  • Website for disabled people


  • Collector asks banks to implement credit plan
  • TRS seeks water for Sagar left canal


  • Gender affirmative action lacking in budget, says AIDWA
  • Over 50 years' RI for Mumbai blasts accused
  • `Deficit projection unrealistic'
  • The rough and tumble of New Harsud
  • Rs. 40,000 crores for infrastructure projects
  • FDI hike will lower phone tariff: Maran
  • Centre's assurance on waiving of farm loans
  • 12 injured in Handwara lathi-charge
  • Swamy flays tax hike in service sector
  • `No move for uniform civil code'
  • Troops for Ethiopia
  • Panel to probe Godhra incident may be set up
  • New Intelligence Bureau chief
  • Copters rescue 400 children in Assam
  • Mulford keen on knowing India's line on Iraq
  • Mixed reaction to package for Jammu & Kashmir
  • J.N. Dixit emerges a key player
  • A road map for farm growth: M.S. Swaminathan
  • Nanavati panel notice to Narasimha Rao
  • `Thirukkural': order withdrawn
  • Deficient monsoon: Manmohan convenes meet
  • India-Thailand free trade accord from September 1
  • Opposition protests against malnutrition deaths in Maharashtra
  • Dalit women gang-raped
  • Congress walkout in Goa Assembly


  • Medical services geared up in Gudur

    New Delhi

  • Delhi water table depleting at an alarming rate
  • Fake currency racket smashed
  • Wife `sacrificed' to save son
  • Traffic officer shoots driver
  • Govt. schools to get back power
  • Tax relaxation plea for private hospitals
  • Rajya Sabha flats get piped gas
  • Currency racket smashed
  • STC building remains without power
  • Dance party gets go-ahead
  • AIIMS panel to examine Vishal Yadav
  • DTC move brings extra buses, drivers
  • `Reduce interest rate for MCD'
  • Around the City
  • Briefly
  • In The Capital Today
  • A sad commentary on police affairs

    News Analysis

  • The Budget and the stock markets


  • Free artificial limb camp from July 11


  • Obituary

    Olympic Games

  • Sahara to sponsor Indian contingent


  • Law and order is a shambles: CPI
  • KGDA State meet begins


  • Elections to local bodies before year-end: Rangasamy
  • Speaker gives Telugu the go-ahead
  • Will discharge duties impartially: Lakhera
  • `A budget for balanced growth'
  • Enforce Goondas Act: Janakiraman


  • Chautala corners Congress leaders on VAT
  • More battalions planned
  • Campaign for SGPC polls ends
  • Chautala flayed for remarks on Governor's post
  • Haryana poll panel launches website

    Racing : Motor

  • Karamjit cruises to comfortable lead
  • Barrichello, Raikkonen clock fastest times


  • RCCI upset over special Bihar package


  • Poverty initiative plan may be extended
  • `Revise national water policy'
  • No more free saplings


  • Devotion the only way


  • Textile industry heaves a sigh of relief
  • `Promote spirit of invention in children'


  • Staff to be appointed to hospitals, says Minister
  • Steps soon to ease farmers' financial burden: Revanna


  • Heartbreak for Amit Sanghi

    Sports : General

  • Nagarjuna clinches gold
  • Flame returns to Greece
  • APOA's memorandum to SAAP


  • SFI names 50 for camp

    Table Tennis

  • Samhita, Sanjeeva oust top seeds

    Tamil Nadu

  • `Sethu project is no threat to biosphere'
  • Special train to Coimbatore
  • Rs. 21.75 crores for amenities at railway stations
  • Temple kalasam stolen
  • Entrance test: court extends date for submitting applications
  • Good rapport between Tamil Nadu and Karnataka rice millers
  • Bureaucrats blamed for inordinate delay
  • Soren visiting NLC to study problems of project-hit people
  • 2 more police officers questioned
  • Tamaraikani allowed to go on fast
  • Doordarshan's free-to-air Direct-to-Home broadcast soon
  • `Lalu, Jayalalithaa cases are not same'
  • Thai products on display at trade fair
  • Union Finance Ministry launches probe into sago import
  • `Communication key to develop human resource'
  • Ambulance for High Court dispensary
  • Madurai Bar suspends strike
  • College student held
  • Lightning kills 2 children
  • Briefly

    Tamil Nadu - Others

  • Proposals will spur exports: textile industry
  • `Textile exports would get a boost'
  • Training programme
  • Panchayat chiefs removed
  • College student arrested
  • Electrocuted


  • Henman for Olympics
  • Federer overcomes Karlovic
  • Aishwaryas to meet in under-12 final


  • Bricks and bouquets for Union Budget
  • Poor implementation causes inconvenience to residents
  • Lighting at Big Temple to be improved


  • Train services suspended following landslip
  • Joint appeal to preserve castle
  • Warrant against KC(M) leader
  • Crime Branch to probe deaths in Kundara
  • Around the City
  • In Thiruvananthapuram Today
  • Rising crime cause for worry

    This Day That Age

  • dated July 10, 1954: Dulles threatens veto
  • dated July 10, 1954: Churchill's successor
  • dated July 10, 1954: Free movement of rice


  • Youth festival: veterinary college bags top place


  • Computerised service centre opened at Corpn.
  • CITU stages demo for fish carts
  • Review meet
  • Mettur level
  • Around the City
  • In Tiruchi Today


  • Temple `kalasam' stolen


  • `Domination' of corporate colleges decried
  • Gudimallam land row deepens
  • Unpublished works released
  • IFFCO releases granular urea


  • Rs. 1.22 cr. for road repairs in Udupi

    Uttar Pradesh

  • Migrant labourer sentenced to death
  • 20 IPS officers transferred


  • Dattatreya criticises Left `silence' on FDI
  • Mount pressure on Karnataka: BJP
  • New DMUs to chug in
  • Engineers place girder to connect flyover
  • Indian Bank to double agriculture lending
  • Banks to extend loans in calamity-hit mandals
  • Low turnout for bypoll
  • Around the City
  • In Vijayawada Today


  • NGO helps `nurse' farmer's growth
  • Tutorial directed to refund fee
  • SBI Life launches money-back policy
  • Lok Ayukta to visit north-coastal districts
  • Man stabs wife, consumes poison
  • City students head for medical courses in Russia
  • Around the City
  • In Visakhapatnam Today


  • Carmel girls post wins
  • Indian team felicitated


  • Sub-Inpectors transferred


  • Weather

    World View

  • Armstrong to skip Olympics
  • Bhutia to try out for Cyprus club
  • Hanif Mohammed's gesture
  • U.S. Open prize money up

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