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  • Bomb attack on ashram

    Andhra Pradesh

  • Attempt-to-murder case against Balakrishna
  • Governor's address silent on key issues: Naidu
  • Poll violence cases will be dealt with firmly: Minister
  • Tributes paid to Baga Reddy
  • Boy rescued from kidnappers, four held
  • PJR-Nagam slanging match on Heritage Foods
  • Confusion over closure of barrage vent
  • Five farmers commit suicide
  • Pesticide, seed prices likely to fall
  • Woman killed, five injured in road mishap
  • Manipulation of SSC ranks alleged
  • Balakrishna issue figures in House
  • Self-styled naxal killed
  • MLAs' security cover
  • BJP blames Congress for farmers' suicide
  • Panel to initiate talks with naxals
  • Briefly

    Andhra Pradesh - Others

  • Moneylenders' pressure led to ryot's suicide, says brother
  • Cops go the naxal way to educate villagers
  • Appeal to fill Government doctor posts
  • Medical aid on Tirumala footpath sought
  • Mercury shoots up in Adilabad
  • Teacher ends life


  • Three buried alive


  • Titles for Anup, Monisha


  • BMP budget minus two resolutions approved
  • Two killed in road accident
  • Harry Potter back with a bang
  • Rainwater harvesting must in new buildings
  • `We want to fight for our rights with dignity'
  • Traffic curbs at Vidhana Soudha
  • Around The City
  • In Bangalore Today
  • Highway stretch turns into a death trap


  • Free eye care for the poor
  • Shortfall in rainfall predicted


  • Dearth of funds hits tank work
  • Ex-councillor's murder: four arrested

    Billiards & Snooker

  • `India has a better than even chance of winning'


  • Dividend norms for PDs
  • Astra to buy remaining stake in Astrazeneca
  • SEBI grants NTPC exemption
  • AMD launches 4 new processors
  • Thermax acquisition
  • Bharat Bijlee and KEI to integrate operations
  • Knitwear institute to be opened
  • PNB software to help NPA reduction
  • Pepsi plant gets quality award
  • Special offer from Hutch
  • FCS Software turnover up 46 p.c.
  • Manpower launches ITeS division
  • Aptech enrolments increase


  • Industrialists seek reduction in corporate tax rates
  • Messages from stock market's recent behaviour
  • Idea evinces interest in Aircel
  • Larsen & Toubro net profit at Rs. 533 cr.
  • Sensex gains 71 points
  • Rupee gains 12 paise
  • BSNL-Lanka Telecom pact
  • Aircel to expand capacity
  • SBT net up 43 p.c.


  • Cartoon


  • No easy access to this post office
  • Beach conservation drive to be intensified
  • Man hit by lorry
  • More time to include deleted names in poll rolls
  • Traffic hold-up at Tambaram railway gate
  • Sharp showers in suburbs bring relief
  • ICF employee crushed to death
  • Around the City
  • In Chennai Today
  • It's police attitude that irks complainants


  • Stefanova beats Kovalevskaya
  • Vijayalakshmi, Satyapragyan plot Petroleum's doom
  • Humpy satisfied with her performance
  • Three in joint lead
  • Ganesh, Ramu qualify
  • Sivanandan wins with round to spare


  • Uncleared garbage puts hospital in a fix
  • `Small farmers need marketing assistance'
  • Thin film science training at PSG Tech
  • Giant squirrel released into the wild
  • TEA to help members get quality standard certificates
  • Ganja seized, three held
  • Report on cotton study soon
  • More rain forecast
  • Around The City
  • In Coimbatore Today


  • Assembly panel summons PCB
  • England feels Hussain's absence
  • Play the game in the right spirit: Gavaskar
  • Fine knock by Gautam Reddy
  • Bangladesh elects to bat
  • Gautham Model School posts win


  • The Hindu Crossword 8002
  • Solution to puzzle 8001


  • Reflectors, delineators for Cuddalore-Chidambaram highway
  • Pension for retired army watch and ward staff
  • Abandon borewell project: CPI (M)


  • Arrangements in place for Army recruitment rally
  • Help sought for medical treatment


  • Karnatak University gold medallists
  • Panel favours regular faculty in university


  • Priority for drinking water supply in Dindigul district




  • Punjab takes the honours
  • Football title for DBITC

    Front Page

  • Supreme Court stops notification for Rajya Sabha elections
  • Protest against chargesheeted Ministers sparks furore
  • Government moves to stop publication of foreign daily
  • Ghauri missile test-fired again
  • India offers help to Nepal
  • FM favours lower taxes
  • Setback to Mulayam
  • Inflation up


  • S. Korea, U.S. to discuss security
  • SARS hero `disappears'
  • Computer snag grounds flights


  • On a different turf
  • Ashok Kumar takes honours


  • Gujarat Congress against sanction to organised crime bill
  • Gangster shot dead in encounter


  • Tobacco growers for limit on Karnataka crop size


  • Accept verdict with grace, Chautala tells Amarinder


  • Round-table on state of PU section in college


  • Manipur enters quarterfinals


  • Film industry shocked
  • Balakrishna under `intense depression'
  • Police to rely on scientific evidence
  • ZP chief survives no trust move
  • Suresh, Choudhary put on ventilator
  • Fans root for `Balayya'
  • Paralytic seeks compensation
  • Cop sustains stab injuries
  • BRAOU programme
  • Fans' attack on magazine office irks Chiranjeevi
  • Around The City
  • In Hyderabad Today
  • Crime Watch

    India & World

  • Natwar draws media attention
  • India has stake in Nepal's political stability, says Natwar
  • `Kashmir a potential theatre for jihad'


  • Pope calls for speedy change in Iraq
  • British MPs want intelligence chief sacked
  • U.S. forces, militia to withdraw from holy cities
  • Missile test not intended to send political signals: Musharraf
  • Blast kills nine at Russian market
  • LTTE should give up pre-condition: JVP
  • `Autochthonous' helped him win
  • Quacking in their own accents
  • Sharon fires two Ministers
  • Germany steps out of World War shadow

    Jammu & Kashmir

  • Pilgrim dies


  • Assembly nod for shifting CIL headquaters


  • Pensioners' grievance meet
  • Protestors seek arrest in murder case
  • Vehicle donated for night school project


  • Call for steps to conserve water


  • TDP, BJP join hands in municipal polls


  • 10 Ministers to be sworn in today
  • Officials told to appear in court on June 24
  • Funds delay hits literacy project in State
  • Unseemly fight for `plum' portfolios
  • Villagers waiting for a bridge for 20 years
  • Stiff fight on for four Rajya Sabha seats
  • BJP set to assume power in Shimoga Zilla Panchayat
  • `Indian agriculture at the crossroads'
  • Funds released to ZPs withdrawn?
  • CAMPCO products to be made available in schools
  • `Managers, technocrats have crucial role in development'
  • Ambalagi, Bilagundi in the race for KPSC post
  • 16 student officers pass flight test course
  • Four boats sink in storm, one missing
  • Briefly

    Karnataka - Others

  • Evolve farmer-friendly technology, researchers told
  • Factionalism in Congress takes caste colour
  • Koraga children given special grants
  • Sowing picks up in Chikmagalur
  • Services of vets may be regularised
  • `Govt. misused funds'
  • Man struck by lightning


  • Probe Chandy's role too, says Karunakaran
  • Mass participation necessary to eradicate filariasis
  • Unnithan, Sarat to make formal complaint
  • Petition against mass administration of drug
  • Saudia offers transit Umra facility
  • Boat operators plan to defy ban on trawling
  • Food Craft Institute to conduct tourism training
  • Probe Chandy's role too: Karunakaran
  • Time to cleanse Congress: Chandy
  • `Rs. 169 crores required for railway projects'
  • Chacko masterminded attack, says Venugopal
  • Lalithakala Akademi awards announced
  • Time-bound programme for road work
  • Antony should continue in office: Murali
  • A `tourism triangle' with Sri Lanka and Maldives
  • Remove Balakrishna Pillai from UDF: Kodikunnil Suresh
  • Ridiculous, says Chacko
  • Court asks IA staff to defer strike
  • Pravasi League seeks special recruitment
  • `Has VS visited injured CPI(M) activists?'
  • Fallout of attack may purify Congress: MVR
  • Tension at Melparamba
  • Police inaction suspicious: VS
  • Funds sought for railway projects
  • Seats to be increased for Plus Two courses
  • Bomb hoax at banks
  • Briefly


  • Police alert as monsoon arrives
  • Ombudsman orders demolition of building
  • Floral tributes to `bridge-makers'
  • Child labour: man held
  • Goshree bridges' inauguration today
  • Antony's plea on LNG
  • Around The City
  • In Kochi Today


  • Software for IT professionals


  • Facility to check sound pollution


  • Drive to sanction loans to farmers
  • Three killed in mishap
  • Corporator, seven others held

    Leader Page Articles

  • Jaffna's flawed election
  • WMD delusions

    Letters to the Editor

  • The Saras
  • Well deserved
  • Tainted Ministers
  • Mockery of elections
  • Remembering D-Day
  • Environment Day
  • Eco-friendly

    Madhya Pradesh

  • Scrap Maheshwar power project, demands NBA


  • Recruit youth for jobs in Kodagu: MLC
  • Grievances galore before redressal meeting
  • DC asks officials to be ready to tackle floods


  • DVAC shifts focus to service sector
  • Five colleges awaiting UGC clearance for new courses
  • Aravind hospital procures advanced eye-screening unit
  • Periyar dam water release put off
  • Major changes in Plus-Two syllabus
  • Women stage demo
  • CPI(M) cadres distribute sweets
  • Around The City
  • In Madurai Today


  • MCOCA review committee set up


  • Efforts to preserve indigenous knowledge
  • Timers of signal lights at busy junctions disabled
  • Video parlour raided
  • Correspondence courses launched
  • Engagements


  • Caught between `development' and `conservation'
  • BSP pays tribute to Krishnaraja Wadiyar IV
  • Foodgrains seized in H.D. Kote taluk


  • 15 nabbed in Nagapattinam


  • Admission to BC hostels


  • Probe ordered into gynaecologist's action


  • Somnath Chatterjee calls for acrimony-free atmosphere
  • Plans afoot to test-fire Agni III this year
  • Kalam for education integrated with entrepreneurship
  • Manmohan Singh leader of Rajya Sabha
  • Best Bakery re-trial from June 7
  • RJD releases list of `tainted' NDA ministers
  • Railways to simplify operational rules
  • MiG wreckage found
  • Two new Supreme Court judges
  • World Bank aid for elementary education
  • PMK Parliamentary Party leader
  • SC directs Centre to complete SYL canal
  • Mix-up in data
  • `Amendment affects federal character'
  • JIPMER entrance exam result
  • BJP objects to interruptions during Advani's comments in Lok Sabha
  • Supreme Court refuses to stay order quashing abolition of U.P. districts
  • Sonia heads Council to implement CMP
  • Kerala unlikely to train Iraqi police


  • Clarify on funds for irrigation plans: BJP
  • VHP for `dharmic councils'

    New Delhi

  • Prem Singh takes `charge' as Speaker
  • Delhi on map of toxic `hot spots'
  • DTC may buy AC buses for Metro feeder routes
  • Sheila Government bogged down by populism
  • Powerful posts in MCD only for a few
  • Opposition to proposed power tariff hike
  • Day of uncertainty at DU
  • Power, water crises worsen
  • Lukewarm response to MCD by-polls
  • Many takers for foreign language courses
  • Replacing textbooks `shocks' BJP
  • DDA plans auction of property
  • Father arrested for daughter's rape
  • Kerala unlikely to train Iraqi police
  • Around The City
  • Briefly
  • In The Capital Today
  • Is cocaine on way to being a `street drug'?


  • Obituary

    Olympic Games

  • Olympic torch to arrive in Delhi on June 10


  • Milk procurement shoots up in Perambalur district


  • Police to upgrade fingerprint bureau
  • Re-examination for higher secondary school students


  • Akali Dal to oppose SYL construction
  • Concern over police behaviour
  • Punjab to file review petition

    Racing : Motor

  • London-Sydney Marathon rally makes its appearance in India again


  • Woman strangled in Raichur village


  • RAS officers top list of complaints to Lokayukta


  • Vegetable prices ruling high in Ramanathapuram


  • Stay attuned to God


  • Bhoomi pujas performed for development works
  • Gram sabha meeting on June 6

    Science & Tech

  • Unveiling Saturn's secrets
  • Joint India-U.S. programme on life sciences


  • ABVP demands Maharashtra model


  • Agnishwar excels as 19 records are sunk
  • Wilson Cherian to coach at RSC

    Table Tennis

  • SCRSA's bid to improve quality of competition

    Tamil Nadu

  • Consortium to seek clarifications from Subramani committee
  • Reservations about new subjects, syllabi revision
  • `A special kind of happiness'
  • Set up genetic gardens, Swaminathan tells corporates
  • Trade and port users may seek legal remedy
  • Turtle hatchlings nurtured in Portonovo laboratory, sea-ranched
  • Own blame for misdeeds and quit, Congress tells CM
  • Capturing life in black and white
  • Air India's new link to Los Angeles may trigger price war
  • Help to settle Cauvery issue, Karunanidhi urges PM, Sonia
  • Prabhu seeks relief measures for tea sector
  • Higher education options in Russia
  • Withdraw ESMA: govt. college teachers
  • New school to be opened
  • State green awards announced
  • Lorry owners allege unfair distribution of sand
  • `Hold talks to end Hosur factory unrest'
  • Police custody ends for stamp case accused
  • Jayalalithaa meets Governor
  • Training in painting, drawing
  • Padur College restrained from admitting students
  • M. Ramadoss, PMK leader in Lok Sabha
  • We'll go by panel ruling: VC
  • Briefly

    Tamil Nadu - Others

  • Detonators, gelatin gel seized


  • Coria, Gaudio make it an Argentine final
  • Celebration time for Russian media
  • Siddarth concedes match to Nityesh
  • Rushmi and Ankita enter final
  • Michaella wants to emulate big brother
  • Shrrinesh, Vinithra win under-12 titles


  • Library course to be introduced
  • Siva temple crying for attention


  • `Army recruitment process transparent'
  • Displaced traders to be relocated
  • Balbhavan campus rich in tree wealth
  • Ayyappa Sanghom office destroyed in fire
  • Homoeopaths decry IMA statement
  • Cash, documents seized in raid on RTO office
  • Around The City
  • In Thiruvananthapuram Today
  • Politician-goonda nexus raises concern

    This Day That Age

  • dated June 5, 1954: Finance for private sector
  • dated June 5, 1954: Second 5-year Plan
  • dated June 5, 1954: Sino-Indian pact
  • dated June 5, 1954: Chaplin on peace


  • Corporation demands master plan for proper power supply


  • Non-availability of Plus-One textbooks hits teachers
  • Two new cane varieties likely to be introduced
  • ICAI to hold coaching classes for CA exam
  • Development works inspected
  • Around The City
  • In Trichy Today


  • Ensure good allocation to Tamil Nadu, MPs told
  • Women stage demonstration


  • VIPs to visit Tirumala
  • Postponed


  • Centre urged to implement tea subsidy scheme

    Uttar Pradesh

  • Poll process for Rajya Sabha, Legislative Council begins
  • Congress alarmed at Rae Bareli incidents
  • BJP has potential to grow in Uttar Pradesh: Kalyan Singh
  • Supreme Court refuses to stay order quashing abolition of U.P. districts


  • Family cards distributed to eunuchs
  • 4 killed in car-lorry smash


  • World Environment Day a mere formality?
  • Pushkarams: focus on pilgrim amenities, CM tells corporators
  • Pilgrim couple run over by bus
  • VMC, NIFT to train women in fashion technology
  • Admission for school dropouts
  • In Vijayawada Today


  • Call to check marine pollution
  • WLL phones to be launched by the end of June
  • Dealer asked to pay cost of defective air-cooler
  • Three killed in road accident
  • Cement adulteration issue probed
  • City hotels to observe Environment Day
  • Low pressure trough over coastal area
  • Around The City
  • In Visakhapatnam Today


  • Weather

    West Bengal

  • `Crime against women on the rise in West Bengal'
  • IOC tank fire: contingency steps taken

    World View

  • Muralitharan to tour Australia
  • Olympic torch relay starts in Australia
  • Els, Curtis share lead

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