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  • Sujatha promises to solve drinking water problem


  • Waiver of power dues will benefit 30,000 ryots

    Andhra Pradesh

  • We will continue reforms: CM
  • Naidu re-elected TDLP leader
  • Agonising wait continues for Sahu family
  • Naxal menace: police fear post-1989 poll scenario
  • Crop loss compensation raises ryots' hopes
  • CM to review land alienations in and around Hyderabad
  • Set up river basin organisation: expert
  • Upland farmers elated
  • The nitty-gritty of free power supply
  • Congress hails free power supply
  • Naxals blow up railway signal room
  • Government urged to revive handloom sector
  • Dronam, Botsa hoping for Cabinet berths
  • Churches' Council congratulate YSR
  • Credit package extended
  • New vehicles join CM's convoy
  • YSR allays fears over communal riots
  • Aravinda Rao takes over as Intelligence chief
  • Acid assault accused nabbed
  • 8 labourers rescued
  • Rights forum plea
  • New TRS MPs call on PV
  • Fake currency racket busted
  • Industry members call on YSR
  • He is not keen on CEO tag
  • CPI welcomes decision on free power
  • Briefly
  • Crime Watch

    Andhra Pradesh - Others

  • KCR claims positive response from Sonia
  • Rabid dog on the rampage


  • Omesh adjudged best athlete


  • Junior ranking badminton from June 26
  • Kunal overcomes Hardhanshu's challenge


  • Five arrested on charge of murder
  • Bangaloreans rally behind Congress, JD(S)
  • Pawnbroker robbed of cash, ornaments
  • 80 p.c. of students take UGET
  • Bomb scare delays train
  • Articles, cash stolen from house
  • Around The City
  • In Bangalore Today


  • Shortage of funds may affect players' trip
  • Kottayam girls in final
  • Silver Jubilee pips Bodi BC

    Billiards & Snooker

  • All-India tournament postponed


  • World braced for oil shock
  • VSNL starts undersea cable laying work
  • Reliance Infocomm's lead in mobile market
  • BHEL bags SAIL order
  • PNB net at Rs. 1109 cr.
  • LIC to launch `Bima Nivesh 2004'
  • Two new members on NDTV board
  • Forex reserves up at $118.57 b


  • Public urinal at Choolai poses a health hazard
  • Haphazard parking plagues Broadway
  • Two die of cholera in North Chennai
  • Organs of `brain dead' youth harvested
  • Women voters turn up in less numbers
  • Congress plans `flagmarch'
  • Lorry with bleaching powder gutted
  • Around The City
  • In Chennai Today


  • Saheli joins Eesha in lead
  • Ravi takes over at the top


  • Directive to eligible, missing voters
  • 37 arrested in prohibition raids
  • Training in genetic engg.
  • Around The City
  • In Coimbatore Today


  • Atapattu slams sixth double century
  • West Indies chooses to bowl first
  • Vijay Manjrekar XI well placed
  • Sarojini posts win
  • Abbas sparkles
  • Cricket Committee recommends innovations
  • Narrow win for Kotagiri SA
  • Key leads Kent's reply
  • Kale's case: Hearing continues
  • Gourang shines
  • VDCA list of players for nets
  • Sunil stars for Kishan Ganj
  • Ashish Negi shines
  • BCCI to hold Ranji captains' meet
  • Best breaks Bangladesh's back


  • The Hindu Cross Word No. 2556
  • Solution No. 2555The Hindu Cross Word No. 2556


  • `Denial of voting, a mockery of democratic rights'


  • Hostellers asked to study with dedication
  • `TDP lost for allying with BJP'
  • Over 99 p.c. pass seventh exam


  • Thiruvananthapuram dominates


  • South Africa to host 2010 World Cup
  • AIFF plans to broaden base
  • SBT defeats FC Kochin
  • East Bengal looks to maintain record
  • New penalty corner rule
  • TDFA President's XI in quarterfinals

    Front Page

  • Sonia gets letters of support
  • Left to take uniform stand on support
  • DMK promises outside support
  • Sonia cannot build a Roman empire here: Basu
  • MS admitted to hospital
  • Gowda meets Sonia
  • Naveen re-elected
  • TRAI directive
  • Judges resign en masse
  • CBSE results by May 27


  • Norman disqualified from Asian Open


  • TDP's defeat `celebrated'
  • FFW rice seized
  • Woman struck by lightning dies


  • 10 injured in group clash in Hassan


  • A good move by IHF as pragmatism prevails
  • Rain stops play


  • Mother sells newborn for Rs. 1,500?
  • Posh colony, poor surroundings
  • RTC union welcomes Congress Government
  • 95 p.c. pass VII class exam in RR district
  • Prakash Singh panel: Government rejects a few proposals
  • Unauthorised junior colleges warned
  • RTC to introduce two new buses
  • Certificate course in architecture
  • Dinesh Reddy to be City Police Chief?
  • Orders issued for release of deposited weapons
  • Global Hospitals to hold free clinics
  • Stanley Babu calls on YSR
  • AP Express rescheduled
  • Hyderabad district results today
  • Around The City
  • In Hyderanad Today

    India & World

  • Pakistan Prime Minister hails Sonia's statement
  • Russia's warning to Pakistan
  • Optimism in China on ties with India


  • Damage to shrine triggers outcry
  • U.S. forces will leave Iraq if asked: Powell
  • Labour leaders ask Blair to loosen ties with U.S.
  • Kerry closing gap with Bush in opinion poll
  • Arafat tells Palestinians to `terrorise' enemy
  • Warning over misuse of genetic data
  • Private rocket creates record
  • E.U. lifts ban on GM corn
  • Court acts to save girls from mutilation
  • Row over `torture' continues


  • MLA-elect lists priorities


  • New govt. in State only after Congress takes over at Centre
  • JD(U) urges BJP to stake claim to form Govt.
  • Family politics: some win, some lose
  • Drought, Cauvery crisis help Janata Dal (S) in Mysore region
  • BJP, Janata Dal (S) emerge stronger in Bellary
  • Temporary lull in political activity
  • BJP again fails to clear the bar
  • Tumkur voters reject Congress for `neglecting' district
  • Rajasekhara Reddy's Karnataka connection
  • Constituencies to be delimited afresh within six months
  • K.M.Cherian to assist Manipal Heart Foundation
  • Congress leaders to pursue linking of rivers
  • JD(U) urges BJP to stake claim to form Govt.
  • `A quarter of world's population has mental problems'
  • Special train from Delhi to Bangalore
  • Briefly
  • From The Districts

    Karnataka - Others

  • Congress grounds BJP in Chitradurga
  • `Make villages attractive to live in'
  • Man commits suicide over poll results


  • Police to probe charges against recruiting agencies
  • Heavy rush at Sabarimala
  • Boys top Cusat entrance
  • Mahajan panel report back in the limelight
  • Sharp fall in Congress vote share
  • SSLC results through telephone
  • Hologram number plates a distant dream
  • UDF loss a big tragedy: KC(B)
  • AMMA keen on talks, Film Chamber says `no'
  • Boys top Cusat entrance
  • Protest against move for effluent treatment plants
  • Antony need not resign: Vellappally Natesan
  • Heavy rush at Sabarimala
  • NRI quota scrapped
  • `Poll results a fitting reply to disinvestment policy'
  • Thankachan to meet Patel
  • Chief Justice arrives in Kochi
  • Briefly


  • Land acquisition completed for road project
  • GCDA to settle its dues
  • `Nepotism, groupism did the UDF in'
  • Spices Board to sell vanilla, nutmeg seedlings
  • Eloor residents complain of water pollution
  • Rain may delay completion of Goshree road work
  • `People voted for NDA in Muvattupuzha'
  • Training for Fisheries officials
  • Power supply disruption
  • Around The City
  • In Kochi Today


  • ISRO to launch new satellite soon


  • YMCA international centre opening today


  • SriLankan Airlines flights to Kozhikode from July 1
  • No-trust motion against Kozhikode Mayor defeated
  • CME for orthopaedic surgeons


  • Rain solves Kurnool's water problem
  • Venkatesh's action unfair, says TDP


  • 50 years in service of women, children
  • Congress leader decries charge against Poojary


  • All set for Civil Services prelims today
  • Applications for retotalling sell like hot cakes
  • Power shutdown
  • Heavy rain lashes city
  • Around The City
  • In Madruai Today


  • Return to ancient water harvesting systems: expert
  • New MP to focus on growers' problems
  • Boat missing
  • Engagements


  • Alcoholics Anonymous plans new initiatives
  • Wadiyar to turn to State politics
  • DSS favours Congress-JD(S) govt.
  • Teleconferencing facility in Mysore court


  • 71 per cent pass in Nagapattinam


  • Soul of nation is secular: Sonia
  • Paswan, JMM pledge support
  • RSP Secretariat to meet tomorrow
  • Congress, Left for selective disinvestment
  • An election amidst anarchy in Outer Manipur
  • Some Governors may face the axe
  • Celebration and bonhomie
  • Exploding a myth
  • Beyond challenge
  • A radio for $350, but then it is worth it
  • Progress in tracking down frozen bank accounts of Quattrocchi
  • `No question of Modi resigning'
  • The dying bamboo
  • NHRC vested with power to award interim relief
  • Trial in Bofors case to begin on June 9
  • NC seeks protection for its workers
  • Common entrance test for MD, ME on August 7, 8
  • Not a vote for Congress: BJP
  • Supreme Court Judge's son commits suicide
  • Swamy writes to President
  • Anand Margi shot dead
  • Congress leader quizzed in cash-on-camera case
  • Hectic parleys on Karnataka front
  • BJP not demoralised, says Mahajan
  • Soldier guns down superiors


  • Ramanarayana Reddy in race for Cabinet berth?
  • Pro-rich policies lead to NDA rout: ZP chief

    New Delhi

  • Shipping company held guilty of delayed despatch
  • Change of guard at Raj Nivas likely
  • Congress lauds Gujjar, Poorvanchal voters
  • Water bodies turning into dump yards
  • Emission data not filtered
  • Two held for cheating
  • Bus stolen to malign manager: DTC
  • Jessica case takes a new turn
  • Stamp on Sadguru released
  • Handbook to promote safe workplace
  • Fake cold drinks unit unearthed
  • Police chief praises his men
  • Around The City
  • Briefly
  • In The Capital Today

    News Analysis

  • Will there be inclusive space and depth?
  • The BSP makes it in Maharashtra
  • Riposte from the rural poor


  • Collector allays fears on water crisis


  • SHGs mobilise Rs. 8.25 crores


  • Pondy municipality to undertake survey
  • Project to clean Grand Bazar proposed
  • Exhibition to help students choose career planned
  • `Withdraw poll-related cases'

    Racing : Motor

  • National motocross: Goa leg today


  • Bandh call evokes poor response


  • Project to revive water sources
  • `Do not resort to stoppage of work'


  • Doctors told to update knowledge
  • Parties urged to back consumer movement

    Sports : General

  • IOA to bid for 2014 Asian Games
  • Kerala dominates
  • Pantani's death: four arrested

    Table Tennis

  • KGS Club enters final

    Tamil Nadu

  • CM must quit for planned deletions: DPA
  • Anna varsity won't recognise AICET scores
  • The two courses before govt.
  • Overwhelming margin in three constituencies
  • Satellite link for campuses in three States goes online
  • PMK to join govt at Centre
  • Bader Sayeed secures highest vote among AIADMK candidates
  • Government urged to restore DA, pension benefits
  • A vote against `arrogance'
  • Voters' registration cells set up
  • PMK chief greets Sonia
  • Carnatic vocalist felicitated
  • Introduce labour-friendly measures: banks
  • `Implement common school system'
  • Ramadoss invited to Delhi meeting
  • Movement soon for linking rivers, says Vanniyar Sangam
  • Farmers begin kuruvai cultivation
  • Briefly

    Tamil Nadu - Others

  • Rs. 42 lakhs sanctioned for farm training programmes
  • `Thanksgiving' with a difference
  • 10 schools secure 100 p.c. in Plus Two
  • Rain in Namakkal, Erode
  • Second attempt fetches him TNPCEE rank


  • Federer crushes Hewitt on way to final
  • Indian girls finish tenth
  • Vikram, Prachi emerge champions
  • Kohli beats Belwal


  • Minister for time-bound completion of projects
  • `Psychoanalysis should be put to greater use to study history'
  • Attack on hotel cashier: three held
  • 17 hurt in road accidents
  • Call to popularise eco-friendly farming methods
  • Children's Science Congress ends
  • Around The City
  • In Thiruvananthapuram Today
  • Campus Notes


  • `Venus transit' awareness programme
  • National Technology Day observed
  • Science Congress from tomorrow
  • Suspected suicide at MCH
  • Youth stoned to death


  • Accelerated power development project likely to be commissioned in July
  • Call for specific technology policy
  • `Meditation helps to improve job efficiency'
  • Around The City
  • In Tiruchi Today


  • `Location-based service' to be offered soon


  • TTD board members bow out
  • Temple fete from May 25


  • Rain damages crops in the Nilgiris


  • Mendan to give priority to solving water shortage
  • Re-installation ceremony at temple from today


  • Construction activity hit as steel prices rise
  • NGOs' help to be sought in fight against malaria
  • AutomartIndia opens showroom in city
  • Around The City
  • In Vijayawada Today


  • Ravibabu's gamble pays off
  • Impressive performance by BSP
  • VSPCA to sterilise strays in scientific manner
  • Rs. 88-cr. benefit to farmers
  • Bank of India to focus on household savings
  • Awareness campaign for fishermen
  • Cotton's statue unveiled
  • Guidance programme
  • Around The City
  • In Visakhapatnam Today


  • YMCA volleyball from today
  • Krishna-Jameeludin duo posts win


  • 2 lakh farmers stand to gain


  • Weather


  • Suryanarayana felicitated

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