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Andhra Pradesh
KCR questions Govt. inaction in stamp scam
HYDERABAD, SEPT. 25.The embarrassment to the treasury benches continued on the third day too in the Assembly on Thursday with the Opposition pinning down the Government in the stamp paper scam issue. The TRS leader, K.Chandrasekhara Rao, tore ...
CM, two Ministers to respond today
HYDERABAD, SEPT. 25.The three-day-long debate on the multicrore stamp paper scam in the Assembly has spilled over to the fourth day tomorrow, when the Chief Minister, N. Chandrababu Naidu, the Home Minister, T. Devender Goud, and the Revenue ...
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  • Ex-MLA's bid to commit suicide
  • Devotee offers vegetables
  • Cabinet reshuffle imminent?
  • Tungabhadra issue figures in Assembly
  • Excess water use in upper reaches fuels tension
  • Of 'errant' reporters and a powerful Minister
  • 'Govt. withholding more names in stamp scam'
  • Graft institutionalised, says Mysoora

    Andhra Pradesh-Hyderabad
    All set for Karwan bypoll today
    HYDERABAD, SEPT. 25. Arrangements for the byelection in Karwan on Friday have been completed and polling will begin at 8 a.m. The Returning Officer, Vani Prasad, and the Assistant RO, D. Vijay Bhaskar, supervised the operations at the ...
    Afro-Asian Games in luxury lane
    HYDERABAD, SEPT. 25.Thirty Mercedes Benzs and BMWs, 50 Volvos and other busess, 150 mini buses and 500 Tata Indicas -- all air-conditioned and wheeled wonders. They are all for use in the Afro-Asian Games, less than a month away. Another ...
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  • 5-man panel to probe Patancheru pollution
  • Garbage-run power plant coming up
  • Court ruling on retail wine shops

    Six more farmers end life
    BANGALORE, SEPT. 25.According to reports reaching here, the victims from Hassan district have been identified as Thimmaiah (45), son of Eeraiah of Tyagatur village in Gorur police station limits, Basave Gowda (75) of Rajanashiriyur in Halebeed ...
    Unscheduled load shedding lifted for now
    BANGALORE, SEPT. 25. The "temporary" unscheduled load shedding, which was operational in urban areas of the State except Bangalore, was lifted on Thursday. But Karnataka Power Transmission Corporation Ltd. (KPTCL) officials said there could be ...
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  • 'CM under pressure to release water'
  • Radar for cloud seeding set up in Gadag
  • Krishna should pursue the path of negotiation with Naidu
  • Flood wreaks havoc
  • BMTC to introduce 1,000 buses in phases
  • Two byelections today
  • Elaborate security arrangements for Hungund byelection

    Residents worried over delay in roadwork
    BANGALORE, SEPT. 25. The annual festival of the area's Lord Venkateswara Temple celebrated on the last Saturday of the Tamil month, ``Purattasi'', comes soon after the Brahmotsavam at Tirumala. But the road on which the temple is situated in ...
    Other Stories

  • Youth stabbed to death
  • Search in city for former members of ISKCON, Kolkata
  • Restriction on use of headlights will stay: police

    Equip youth with entrepreneurial skills: Kalam
    THENJIPALAM (MALAPPURAM DIST.), SEPT. 25.The President, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, has called upon universities to equip the youth to take up work that need entrepreneurial skills since Government jobs would `necessarily' be limited in future. The ...
    Summit adopts action plan for gender equality
    KOCHI, SEPT. 25.A women's summit organised as part of Mata Amritanandamayi's 50th birthday celebrations here today adopted a 10-point action plan for the realisation of gender equality. The action plan, announced by the Union Minister for Human ...
    Other Stories

  • Demand to start work on Vizhinjam harbour
  • Talks with Araya Samajam today
  • Cong. panel to probe 'anti-party' activities
  • CPI(M), Karunakaran share a lot now: VS
  • VS calls for Ordinance to fix merit quota fees
  • 'I' group bracing for the worst
  • Master the art of defeating failure: Kalam
  • LDF to resume stir over college fees

    Safety improved at three junctions
    THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, SEPT. 25. Road safety measures have been introduced at the accident-prone Kallampally, Pongumood and Kochulloor junctions on the National Highway 47 stretch under a US $ 3 million programme to tackle `accident black spots' in ...
    Disruption in power supply may continue till Sept. 28
    THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, SEPT. 25.The disruptions in power supply to the Kerala Water Authority's (KWA) pumping station at Aruvikkara, which has thrown pumping out of gear, thus causing acute drinking water scarcity all over the city, are expected to ...
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  • Concern over spread of HIV/AIDS
  • Sports school to be shifted to Mylam
  • Police inspect murder spot
  • Water supply in tankers to be stepped up
  • Vizhinjam: forum to approach PM

    Tamil Nadu
    `DMK plan violates coalition dharma'
    CHENNAI, SEPT. 25. The BJP today said the DMK was violating ``alliance dharma'' by announcing a protest in front of Central Government offices demanding repeal of the Prevention of Terrorism Act. It was ``not proper'' for the DMK, a constituent ...
    Alliance running out of steam
    COIMBATORE, SEPT. 25. Despite the State executive and the general council of the BJP, which met at Tirupur this week, failing to come out with a clear `road map' on the alliance issue, party sources say the BJP's split with the DMK is not far ...
    No plan to oust me: Balakrishnan
    CHENNAI, SEPT. 26.Amid fresh speculation over immediate change in Congress leadership in Tamil Nadu, the State president, S. Balakrishnan, today declared that he enjoyed the "faith'' of the party high command and that there was no move to oust ...
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  • Pappapatti to witness contest
  • HC admits plea to exhume youth body
  • Public hearing on Sethusamudram project
  • In-service training for teachers in new textbooks
  • Secretariat project a luxury: Ramadoss
  • Azhagiri appears in Madurai court, case adjourned to Oct. 3
  • `Grievance settlement mechanism not functioning'
  • Departments told to stick to time schedule
  • All universities to be accredited by year-end
  • Use Bhavani Sagar dam water for drinking purposes: HC

    Tamil Nadu-Chennai
    CM inaugurates American school building
    CHENNAI, SEPT. 25.The Chief Minister, Jayalalithaa, today inaugurated the new campus of the American International School here. Built at a cost of $ 5.5 million, the school has an airconditioned classroom block, three science laboratories, a ...
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  • Set right anomalies in levy of sales tax: tanners
  • Tanners seek correction of ST anomalies
  • Framework for private participation in health sector soon
  • Superstar heaps praise on Vikram
  • Wall around Porur Lake in six months

    'Participatory system vital for developing skills of students'
    PONDICHERRY, SEPT. 25. R. Ram Prabhu, Director of Academic Courses in the Anna University has called for total dedication to duty on the part of the teachers and felt that there was a need for a course in `professional ethics' in engineering ...
    Bomb hoax at UCO Bank
    PONDICHERRY, SEPT. 25. An anonymous phone call threatening that a bomb would explode at the bazaar branch of the UCO Bank here has turned out to be a hoax. The police said that as soon as the Manager of the bank received the call around 11 am., ...

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