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Andhra Pradesh

  • Godavari delta farmers up in arms
  • Agency area in grip of fever, malaria
  • HC suspends Govt. order
  • 24 landmines planted by PW unearthed
  • Decisions on port, international airport flayed
  • Forgery case against doctor
  • APCC `Kranti Yatra' from August 9 to 15
  • IMAX theatre open to public from tomorrow
  • `AP roads best in country'
  • TRS challenges Govt. to debate

    Andhra Pradesh-Hyderabad

  • Methodist Colony residents lead by example
  • Sachin's gift bowls over Sania
  • Pandya killing: 3 arrested for questioning
  • Excellence awards for lensmen planned
  • Racket in police certificates busted
  • Beating the snail at it!


  • Revised draw has affected our chances: Vimal Kumar


  • Bullion rates
  • Exchange rates
  • Stock Market Index


  • HC takes up 4,000 contempt pleas against Bihar Govt.

    Billiards & Snooker

  • Pankaj tops group


  • Tisco Q1 profit jumps four fold to Rs. 267 cr.
  • Maruti Q1 profit zooms
  • LML to augment bike capacity
  • Asian Paints' flat profit
  • Premji in Fortune Power 25 list
  • FIIs raise stake in L&T
  • Sentini, H&R Johnson join hands
  • Cognizant on recruitment spree
  • RIBs: Banks told not to offer forward cover
  • `Indian pharma cos. need to go up value chain'
  • Cheerful trading on BSE


  • All in the game
  • Cartoon


  • Satyapragyan joins Balasubramanium in lead
  • Magesh surges into joint lead
  • Majeed, Lazar, Raveendran share lead
  • Indians bounce back


  • Miandad traps Imran with his pen
  • Team's title sponsor issue: BCCI has lots to choose from
  • England has its fingers crossed
  • India is fifth in Test ratings


  • Solution to puzzle 7732
  • The Hindu Crossword 7733


  • Rocky road to peace
  • Building better airports


  • Mallya not to re-negotiate deal with Mohun Bagan

    Front Page

  • SC suggests framing of a common civil code
  • Cong. reserves comment
  • Peace process will not be derailed: Fernandes
  • Walkout over `misuse' of CBI
  • Train link from Aug.
  • Noor likely to be discharged in five days
  • Rajiv Gandhi award
  • `Fudged' DNA samples
  • Now, a boy from Pak.


  • ASEAN delegation for Myanmar
  • Iran holding Al-Qaeda leaders
  • Peace talks set to begin
  • 5 climbers killed in avalanche

    India & World

  • Dhaka terms for talks with India on FTA
  • `China identifies India as partner for coordination'


  • Iraqi insurgents vow revenge
  • Saddam legacy is over, says Bush
  • Mixed reaction in Asia-Pacific
  • Iraqi Council fails to win U.N. seat
  • WTO attempts to bridge gaps in negotiations
  • U.S. official apologises for intelligence debacle
  • Iraq dossier: Italian scribe's claim kicks up row
  • Blair backs election of Hong Kong Chief Executive
  • Fiji Indians offered 14 Cabinet posts
  • Solomons PM flees capital?
  • Streaker at Queen's tea party
  • Ceasefire off, rebels continue attacks


  • Cong. MPs protest in front of Parliament
  • Make Akshara Dasoha a national scheme: Govt
  • Fees: ABVP activists take out rally
  • Service tax: Decision today
  • Cong. not averse to tie-ups: Krishna
  • Gowda, Bommai hold talks
  • 3,600 primary school teachers to be recruited
  • BJP members stage walkout in Council


  • Inter-state gang busted, 12 luxury cars recovered
  • Pourakarmikas drop stir plan
  • Rain triggers flash floods
  • Two held, 30 TV sets recovered
  • Sagar Apollo completes one year


  • Yet to think of Cabinet reshuffle: Antony
  • KYF(M) to start `Vikasana Sena'
  • USS results published
  • PSC cruel towards jobless: RSP
  • `Decentralisation row sending wrong signals'
  • JBIC-aided project: HC upholds award of consultancy
  • No `sweeping' VRS move: Minister
  • Three Bills passed
  • Date not set for land distribution to tribals
  • Students' protest turns violent


  • Govt. move to impede welfare projects, computerisation
  • Functioning of dist. panchayat hit

    Leader Page Articles

  • Remembering 1983
  • Rebels make a comeback

    Letters to the Editor

  • Scope for compromise
  • Army and fidayeen
  • Troops for Iraq
  • Political exchanges
  • Antony's troubles
  • Female infanticide
  • Obsolete aircraft
  • Railway safety


  • Fujitsu India Telecom up for sale
  • Solix launches new product
  • Odyssey signs up with Comtek
  • IBM services for Pondy Govt.
  • Paradeep Fertilisers bags order
  • New Vice-Chairman for MAIT (SR)
  • Sierra Atlantic to expand


  • `Faulty maps withdrawn'
  • No change in Tibet policy: PM
  • Overland option for gas pipeline economical, says Iran
  • Fernandes has done well, says Advani
  • Youth Cong. protests `dropping of charges' against Advani, Joshi
  • Naidu opens IMAX theatre in Hyderabad
  • TRAI neutrality compromised, say cellular firms
  • TUs may keep off Labour Standing Committee meet
  • Plan to bar MPs, MLAs from becoming bank directors
  • `Fluctuating, not faulty'
  • `Govt. will consider troops for Iraq if there is clear U.N. mandate'
  • `Govt. committed to protecting Taj Mahal'
  • IPR Board yet to become functional
  • U.S. condemns terrorist attacks
  • Crimes against women up
  • BJP welcomes court suggestion on common civil code
  • CPI to contest 12 LS seats in Bihar
  • President urged to seek review of SC judgment
  • Portugal SC moved for Monica's extradition
  • Fear grips Akhnoor residents
  • Decision on Star News deferred by a week
  • No let-up in Congress crisis in Kerala
  • Severe punishment for fudging DNA samples
  • Left parties condemn terrorist attacks
  • More members for law panel
  • Bill referred to Ministers' panel

    New Delhi

  • Much-vaunted new flyovers develop potholes
  • Indiscipline in the party will not be tolerated: DPCC chief
  • Special Assembly session demanded
  • Notice to Centre, Chief Secy on contempt petition
  • Bhagidari scheme goes global
  • Students unlikely to get meals
  • CPWD neglect in Gole Market, Sheila complains to Centre


  • Obituary


  • `France will support Pondy proposals'
  • CENTAC counselling for engineering in Pondy begins
  • Rs. 5.5 cr. drinking water scheme for Yanam villages

    Racing : Motor

  • Ajit finishes sixth


  • A great devotional text


  • Thorpe takes 200m freestyle gold

    Tamil Nadu

  • Sacked staff won't get pay for this month
  • Day-long searches on 15 premises in TN, AP
  • Semester results, a shock to self-financing college students
  • Sivaganga students complain of poor infrastructure
  • HC appoints panel to inspect 2 colleges
  • Confer dual voting right on Dalits, women: DPI
  • TNGOU urged to reconsider decision
  • Orientation for temporary staff
  • Special poojas at Guru temple
  • Coimbatore police asked to give permission for MDMK meeting
  • New company to set up 500-MWe PFBR
  • MAPS unit-II connected back to grid
  • Endurance test on Aug. 4 for women SI aspirants

    Tamil Nadu-Chennai

  • Govt. asks Corpn. to firm up pact with private company
  • `Struggle for water will be a thing of the past'
  • Endurance test on Aug. 4 for women SI aspirants
  • Firemen rescue woman trapped inside house
  • Chennai Telephones unveils Accountless Internet Service
  • Correspondence UG results on July 25
  • Pachaiyappa College students protest police action


  • Archana moves up
  • Rohan Bopanna goes down fighting

    This Day That Age

  • dated July 24, 1953: 3-D Film "House of Wax"
  • dated July 24, 1953: Colour Bar in Theatre Challenged


  • Weather

    West Bengal

  • Trinamool, Left clash in municipal corporation
  • Cong. MLA resigns

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