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  • Election Commission cancels membership of municipal chairman

    Andhra Pradesh

  • Legislation on quota for Muslims: YSR
  • Home Minister meets PW emissaries
  • Heated exchanges over vehicle racket
  • Protests in Nizamabad against youth's death
  • BJP furore over GO on quota for Muslims
  • Hectic schedule awaits Kalam
  • Maintain minimum level in Srisailam, Nagarjunasagar: CPI
  • Rythu bazar scheme to be reviewed
  • Land issue to figure in talks, says Varavara Rao
  • Rain triggers sowing, rekindles hope
  • Dial 1250211 for info on BSNL
  • Private junior colleges lodge protest
  • Family of 6 consumes pesticide, one dies
  • No teacher transfers for now, says Minister
  • CII centre to promote green technologies
  • Briefly
  • Crime watch

    Andhra Pradesh - Others

  • Farm contingency plan in place
  • Checkdam at Basar proposed
  • Jailed for murder


  • S. India tournament from tomorrow


  • BESCOM wakes up to illegal cables
  • Six-year-old girl dies after falling into sump
  • Three boys from Bangalore to attend UN meet
  • Bangalore Bio attracted 50,000 visitors
  • Two arrested, foreign currencies seized
  • Wall collapses, boy buried alive
  • Rates to be revised
  • Around the City
  • In Bangalore Today


  • Bulliion Rates
  • Exchange rates


  • State basketball championships from tomorrow
  • Diamond, Coral clinch titles


  • MLAs get assurance from Minister
  • MLA convinced on rainwater harvesting method


  • Grape growers seek sops from Government


  • SAIL's sales rise
  • Nihar Info to close down Dubai arm
  • GSA India Chapter's new Chairman
  • Qatar Airways' same-day Zurich connection
  • Educomp forays into retail
  • Car sales spurt in June
  • Cooperative bank's account campaign
  • New GSA India chief
  • Skoda plans R&D units
  • GDS Perfumery's new products
  • Aptech bags Bajaj Auto order
  • SBS gets Australian contract
  • Hutch to invest Rs. 460 cr. in Punjab
  • GM launches Corsa Elite
  • Syndicate Bank pays dividend to Centre
  • Comodo development centre
  • Ford's customer loyalty programme
  • Karvy to take over as HLL's Registrars
  • Hitachi selects MetricStream solutions


  • Infosys first quarter net up at Rs. 388 crores
  • Regulator, brokers meet Finance Minister
  • India-Bangladesh plan tie-up in textiles
  • `Exempt bond trading from turnover tax'
  • Rupee sheds 17 paise
  • Sensex drops 46 points
  • MetLife's new policy


  • Cartoon


  • Are bangles going out of fashion?
  • Fashion students reject talks offer
  • Police `close' to solving murder
  • Ragging the issue?
  • Around the City
  • In Chennai Today


  • Sixth game drawn
  • Nassir Wajih loses in final round
  • Glad posts win


  • Student alleges corporal punishment
  • 53 rescued from industries
  • Engineering units on the revival path
  • Pilloor supply suspension deferred
  • In Coimbatore Today
  • Readers' Mail


  • The Aussie wizard's fact-file
  • Warne draws level with Muralitharan
  • Indians committed to give their best
  • Priyanka excels
  • FAPS' fine form continues
  • Goverdhan stars for Nizam College
  • Patil stands by concept of `A' team
  • Sriram scalps six
  • Imran Khan scalps five
  • Agarkar may play for Middlesex
  • Pramoda shines


  • The Hindu Crossword 8035
  • Solution to puzzle 8034


  • `Improper conservation lead to water crisis'
  • Demand for supply of homeopathy medicines
  • Teachers' demand


  • Tour de France to bar two riders


  • `Veerashaivas and Lingayats are same'
  • Morey to tour Dharwad district




  • Chennai, Sivaganga in quarterfinals
  • Chennai swamps Vellore
  • Bagan earns full points again
  • Solano, Maestri lead Peru's fight-back
  • Sylvinho delighted by Barcelona move
  • Vijayan's `football' ready for launch
  • V.P. Sathyan in AIFF selection committee
  • Sandeep slots two
  • HMT blanks RBI

    Front Page

  • Manmohan meets Chautala, Amarinder on water sharing
  • Warne draws level with Muralitharan
  • Governor's nod for Bill
  • Deputy Chief Minister escapes grenade attack in Srinagar
  • India, Pakistan agree on talks schedule
  • 66 killed in floods
  • Consensus eludes meet
  • Jobbers, traders boycott trading
  • U.N. envoy
  • 4 Indian firms in Fortune 500
  • Team in Sri Lanka


  • New lawyers for `mercenary'
  • A private visit, says Singapore
  • London goes to town over Clinton


  • Jaskirat, Sandy in the van


  • Police mend broken homes


  • Meet soon at Madikeri to solve elephant menace
  • 80 deer relocated to wildlife sanctuary

    Himachal Pradesh

  • Acid thrown on college girl, students take to streets


  • Will it be a case of too many cooks... ?


  • `Lagulacharya' remembered


  • Traffic curbs for Kalam's visit
  • People's War alleges police hand in Warangal killings
  • Girl's vision restored
  • It's going to be a battle of ballot
  • In Hyderabad Today
  • Pythons' number up in zoo
  • Breather for hoteliers
  • Water tankers seized
  • Around the City


  • Bush presses case on Iraq invasion
  • Hostage pressure mounts on Philippines
  • Tensions run high at Ulster march
  • Georgia escalating tensions: Russia
  • Chechen leader escapes bid on life
  • A scandal in Austria
  • 5 million people rendered homeless in Bangladesh
  • Pakistan `insisted' on Qazi's appointment
  • An immigrant, a terror list and a trip gone wrong
  • U.S. plans missile shield for central Europe
  • Russia denies selling tanks to Pakistan
  • France slams U.S. policy on HIV drugs


  • Fish farm runs into rough weather


  • Need to uplift oppressed communities stressed
  • CPI demands funds to meet water shortage


  • Ministry expansion likely on Sunday
  • State told to release seized rice to firm
  • Govt. firm on reviewing process
  • Lending policies of World Bank draw flak
  • Kisan call centres becoming popular
  • Bangalore University plans five new courses
  • Blast kills man in empty train compartment
  • New notification on TMC, TP posts quota
  • Australian team favours tie-ups in food processing
  • Steps taken for better traffic management
  • BJP plea to Centre on Mahadayi diversion
  • Census helps prepare `historical atlas'
  • Govt. urged to release water into Tumkur tanks
  • Petition against seat matrix for PG courses
  • Sugarcane growers plan protest
  • `Accreditation must to ensure quality'
  • KHDC seeks funds to execute order
  • Eight houses burgled near Sira
  • Briefly

    Karnataka - Others

  • A public health centre in need of corrective surgery
  • Minister to streamline Tourism Department
  • Rotary Clubs to desilt tank in Chitradurga
  • Davangere population goes up by 2.3 lakh
  • Suspension of principal recommended
  • Govt. should waive crop loan interest: Banakar
  • Around the City


  • Narendran panel report: IUML toughens stand
  • LDF walkout over spurt in crimes
  • At the doorstep of power, seeking justice Antony's directive
  • Stay on ad hoc posting of teachers
  • Minister for House panel probe into tree felling
  • Model police stations
  • Moves afoot to save rivers: Jacob
  • Balakrishna Pillai meets Chidambaram
  • Admission to BAMS under NRI quota
  • Relief package for fishermen soon
  • Reshuffle portfolios: RSP(B)
  • Sniffer dogs to check spirit smuggling
  • Karunakaran turns 87
  • Briefly


  • Funds for tackling waterlogging
  • District panchayat finalises draft plan
  • Recognition for CMC?
  • CPI(M) takes out march to office of Commissioner
  • A unique protest
  • Two get life term for murder
  • Around the City
  • In Kochi Today


  • Show-cause notice to former Capex MD
  • ITDC to take over `Ashtamudi'
  • Traders against granting permits to hawkers
  • Suicides: Centre urged to intervene


  • Pushkram works in full swing
  • Kurnool receives good rainfall

    Leader Page Articles

  • Making of the budget
  • New regionalism in Central Asia

    Letters to the Editor

  • Triple talaq
  • Fernandes issue
  • Worthy mission
  • Inter-linking rivers
  • Learn from China
  • Rise in population
  • Education for all
  • Research in varsities
  • Capital punishment
  • Matter of pride
  • Brando's art

    Madhya Pradesh

  • M.P. Budget will increase debt liability: Digvijay


  • Govt. neglecting planters, says MLA
  • Probe ordered into subsidy misuse


  • `Students being admitted to nursing courses without affiliation'
  • Madurai district becoming more urban
  • Report on status of women to be released soon
  • Meet on census date dissemination day
  • In Madurai Today
  • Readers' Mail


  • Evidence essential to take action, says IGP
  • Billavas plan stir over `untouchability' in temple
  • BJP MLAs ready to form pressure group
  • BJP protests removal of four Governors
  • `Mosaru Kudike' jubilee on September 7
  • Varsity renames degree courses
  • Engagements


  • Fortunes of Devaraja Market look up
  • Activists seek payment of dole
  • Brainstorming on restoration project
  • Rainwater to help fill up Kukkarahalli Lake


  • Stir over quota for Muslims
  • Two killed as lorry hits car


  • Fernandes was body-searched: Mansingh
  • Decision on EPF rate deferred again
  • `End short-term marriages'
  • FDI issue: differences in BJP
  • CPI(M) will oppose move to amend IRDA
  • British couple on trail of their daughter's killer
  • `Declare Bihar flood havoc a natural calamity'
  • Women MPs call on Arjun Singh
  • Security glitch holds up Manmohan
  • Culprits in Seoni rape case will be severely punished: Uma Bharti
  • DSP arrested
  • German-type rail coaches to be manufactured
  • Mulayam's gesture to Kanshiram
  • UGC plans steps against `fake' universities
  • Court notice to AICTE on environment as subject
  • Boulders from Bhutan causing floods in Bengal
  • Irfan Habib criticises failure to reverse `saffronisation'
  • Punjab's chequered history of river waters dispute
  • Uttaranchal to resume Badrinath yatra
  • `BARC ready to help set up desalination plants'
  • Security tightened for Amarnath pilgrims
  • Talks will continue, says Mufti
  • Srinagar gets its first flyover
  • Gowda wants special discussion on agriculture
  • No confrontation with Centre: Mulayam


  • Trauma centre coming up at Nellore hospital
  • Proposal to upgrade tribal development agency

    New Delhi

  • Man arrested for duping crockery dealer
  • Haryana issues guidelines for admission to technical seats
  • All out war for Speaker's post
  • States protest Delhi `veto' on NCR regional plan
  • Dream turns into nightmare for medico
  • No respite for Capital from polluting trucks
  • Colleges all set to keep a check on seniors
  • Three held for extortion bid
  • Animal markets to be upgraded into model `haats'
  • Plea to stop Police Memorial construction
  • Kanwarias flock highways
  • MCD crackdown creates furore
  • Unit Area method for MCD contractors
  • Rampant NTFP collection leading to decline in wildlife food
  • Three criminals arrested
  • Three boys killed on the tracks
  • In the Capital Today
  • High Court stays order on eviction
  • INLD units to be constituted
  • New `jaundice' cases surface
  • `NSUI criminalising student activism'
  • No water in several areas
  • No road tax on school buses, says High Court
  • BJP to support Congress on FDI
  • New facilities at Ganga Ram hospital
  • One-hour parole for R.K. Sharma
  • More trees on Rajpath
  • Around the City
  • Briefly

    News Analysis

  • Punjab crisis: lack of political leadership


  • Brightening lives at artificial limb camp


  • Rangasamy hikes pensions for the aged, disabled
  • AIADMK members stage walkout
  • Speaker warns against disruption


  • State's interest will be protected: Raje
  • Water Bill rocks Rajasthan House


  • Desires cannot be satiated


  • NCC to adopt modern training methods
  • `Combine education with culture'

    Sports : General

  • Marion Jones' struggle continues
  • Campbell, Lewis head British Olympic athletics team
  • Two gold each for Vinay Krishnan, Vinay

    Tamil Nadu

  • Consortium need not follow single-window system: court
  • A section feels relieved
  • `Navy programme an opportunity to industry'
  • Medical shop needed
  • This is the time to strengthen party: Vaiko
  • Governor's call for integrated teaching
  • Left parties urge Governor to convene Assembly session
  • Follow last year's admission norms: BJP
  • High Court will not stay Madurai Bench inauguration
  • Sugar beet included in water-efficient crops programme
  • Software glitch delays cargo movement
  • `Do away with semester system for first year'
  • Inflows keep farmers' hopes alive
  • Take over Trust: Swamy
  • Safety inspection
  • Jan Shatabdi extended
  • `Increase bank finance for delta cultivation'
  • Self-help groups' bid to take up fish rearing runs into rough weather
  • Marketing emulsion explosives posing a problem
  • Briefly

    Tamil Nadu - Others

  • Preliminary works over in precision farming project
  • CPI cadres stage demo


  • Mixed luck for Harshavardhan
  • Vento-Kabchi rallies to post win
  • Two qualifiers postponed
  • Sai wins doubles title
  • Bharat on song


  • They find a new marketing avenue


  • Row over posting of priest by TDB
  • Shamshudeen murder: police to seek T.N. help
  • Temporary solution to sewage flooding
  • 27 acres acquired for new airport terminal
  • Panel to look into row over castle
  • CPI(M) takes out marches to police stations
  • Free check-up for pregnant women
  • Work on Palayam scheme to start tomorrow
  • Around the City
  • In Thiruvananthapuram today

    This Day That Age

  • dated July 14, 1954: A blunder, says Nehru
  • dated July 14, 1954: Chou in Geneva
  • dated July 14, 1954: Engineering selections


  • Sitting by police panel today


  • Advocates apprehensive
  • `Ensure adequate supply of textbooks'
  • Farmers stage demonstration
  • Around the City
  • In Tiruchi Today


  • Siddha students begin indefinite dharna
  • Traffic diversions


  • NCC annual camp comes to a close
  • CPI(M) flays attack on Dalits


  • Abandoned child handed over to orphanage


  • Acharya accuses Govt. of being inactive


  • Three-pronged plan to check eve-teasing
  • Cameras to talk at meet
  • Around the City
  • In Vijayawada Today


  • It is everyday hell for them
  • Fake naxal held after extortion bid
  • Discussion on violence against women
  • Heavy rain lashes city
  • Survey of SSIs closes today
  • Programme on communication
  • Around the City
  • In Visakhapatnam Today


  • Senior team outplays Uzbekistan
  • Sube to lead India


  • Weather

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