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  • TDP suspends zilla parishad chief

    Andhra Pradesh

  • Political murders issue rocks House
  • CM non-committal on probe
  • Speaker guillotines 26 demands
  • NRI continues cops' good work
  • Gadar steals the thunder at People's War meet
  • TDP suspends Anantapur ZP chief
  • YSR lays stone for Yellampalli project
  • Close call for students
  • Nagender back in Congress
  • Assembly panels constituted
  • Free from bonded labour
  • Vizag Mayor impressed by UK tour
  • A tumultuous homecoming
  • Ex-MLA dead
  • Briefly


  • Anju finishes fifth


  • Baidya stuns Duggal
  • Ayyappan, Aparna given top billing


  • Woman's murder: city police team in Chennai
  • Jayadeva institute losing sheen: Sindhia
  • BJP opposes move to sell Public Utility Building
  • Passport officials yet to get fiat
  • 15,000 saplings to be planted in all BMP sites
  • Labourer falls to death
  • Around the City
  • In Bangalore Today
  • Keeping B-schools under scanner


  • Exchange rates
  • Bullion rates


  • Falcon, SAI (Dharwad) win
  • Zain stars for St. Andrews


  • Steps sought to avert fires in schools


  • `Human chain' in Bidar
  • GESCOM order on power meters


  • Govt. urged to expedite ongoing works
  • `Cut in grants will hit private institutions in north Karnataka'


  • GTB board meet on August 4
  • Bharti demand rejected
  • Clarifications on excise exemptions
  • SIEMA names office bearers
  • New Horizons to expand in South India
  • GRD college signs MoU
  • New home projector from Onida
  • Infotech revenue up 49 p.c.
  • US&S' system for Railways
  • Camlin Pharma diversifies
  • AirTel rewards ICICI Bank credit card
  • Railways save Rs. 423 cr.
  • gets new National Director


  • Tata Motors plans listing in New York
  • TCS hopes to raise Rs. 5000 crores
  • Idea, Hutch offer high speed internet services
  • Birlas, Lodhas asked to file affidavits
  • TVS Motors eyeing export market
  • The business ethics of J.R.D. Tata
  • Connect 2004 to showcase Tamil Nadu's ICT skills
  • Oil and Natural Gas Corporation net profit up
  • Rupee weakens on dollar demand
  • AMP Sanmar's new scheme
  • Reliance, IT stocks shine in a dull market
  • Samsung cyber games


  • No light at the end of the subway
  • Museum's loss: buried whale's bones crumble
  • Now, burglars target policemen's houses
  • Knowledge Industry Township soon near Chennai
  • Scrap service tax, say builders
  • From Kanyakumari to Kabul: a life well led
  • Where have the family doctors gone?
  • Bound for Japan
  • Councillors' gesture to fire victims
  • Stargazing course
  • Advocates to resume work
  • Around the City
  • In Chennai Today


  • Kramnik, Leko enter semifinals
  • PSGCAS reigns
  • Koundinya beats Pratima Jandyala


  • Sewer scheme closer to implementation
  • Bharathiar varsity to organise orientation courses
  • Report to be prepared on effluent treatment plant at Erode park
  • Monsoon revival awaited
  • `Appoint Commissioner immediately'
  • CD on poet Bharati
  • In Coimbatore Today
  • The yoga buzz in colleges


  • The lion's on the prowl again
  • Pakistan going through the motions
  • Andrew Flintoff has arrived, albeit a little late
  • Chance for a Windies revival
  • West Indian legends
  • Ganguly a lucky captain like Imran: Miandad
  • Mongia guides Lancashire to victory
  • India survives Jayasuriya's assault
  • Facile win for IOB
  • Fixtures for Holland tri-series
  • Varun Bhat shines
  • Murali's grandfather's unfulfilled wish
  • Big lead for Bangalore Zone
  • Dravid tops PwC Test ratings
  • Avinash scalps six
  • India cautioned for slow over-rate


  • The Hindu Crossword No. 8048
  • Solution to puzzle No. 8047


  • Armstrong voted greatest of all time


  • 100 watersheds for jatropha cultivation
  • Farmers demand adequate drought relief




  • Mock fire drill in Erode school


  • Garhwal Heroes rallies to win
  • SN College dethrones St. Xavier's
  • CCOB pips Friends
  • Iran in last eight

    Front Page

  • 68 killed in car bomb attack in Iraq
  • 2 Pakistani hostages killed
  • People's War meeting draws big response
  • Kuwait firm in touch with mediator
  • Coordination panel stuck on inclusion of parties
  • Curfew reimposed in Gujarat town
  • 5 killed in suicide attack
  • Protests in Imphal
  • TCS offer opens today
  • SC reopens Dabhol case
  • Fuel prices may go up
  • Relief for F and J visa holders in U.S.
  • Police custody for Kohli
  • Centre fixes intake for 3 medical colleges


  • `Jackson detained boy, family'
  • Hoax grounds planes


  • `Killing of boy was the trigger'


  • Over Rs. 73 lakhs wasted on causeway-cum-barrage: CAG
  • Admission: ABVP wants students' interests protected
  • Dacoit gang robs bus passengers


  • CIs transferred in Guntur range


  • `Haryana prepared to tackle drought'


  • Easy for Guntur


  • Youth rescued from `abductors'


  • Will the real transport system stand up? Study on Bus Rapid Transit System in dense corridors clear
  • Two dengue cases reported Three more suspected
  • Medicos likely to end stir today
  • Plea to improve KGH facilities
  • Cases against two ABVP activists for damaging buses
  • Transport bandh successful
  • Ayurvedic students on indefinite stir
  • Around the City
  • In Hyderabad Today
  • Crime Watch

    India & World

  • Talks with kidnappers: Kuwaiti firm optimistic


  • Iraqi families challenge U.K. Government
  • Israel reroutes wall closer to cease-fire line
  • Sri Lanka truce wearing thin, says mediator
  • France-U.S. divide over Iraq widens
  • 9/11 commission should continue, says Kerry
  • E.U. red tape harming poor nations
  • U.S., Britain gather evidence on Darfur atrocities
  • More North Koreans `defect'

    Jammu & Kashmir

  • First militant strike at Dal Lake
  • Panel to work out special package for J&K
  • Border villages caught between two fences


  • Anna Marumalarchi Thittam to cover more areas


  • Another doctor held for helping Telgi
  • JD(U) leader seeks White Paper on Krishna projects
  • Release of seized wheat stocks ordered
  • An idea that revolutionised village life
  • Demand for subsidies for pilgrimage sparks row in House
  • `Stamp scam money used to pay ransom to brigand '
  • Govt. thinking of adopting new mining policy
  • `Kodagu neglected in Budget proposals'
  • Bill to govern admissions may be tabled today
  • Forcible eviction from park ruled out
  • Crop loss being estimated
  • Billavas protest attitude of temple trust in Udupi district
  • Admissions begin at Devaraj Urs Medical College
  • Idols stolen from Irpu temple
  • `Prohibition can be imposed in a few villages'
  • National convention
  • Briefly

    Karnataka - Others

  • Amendment sought to protect students in private colleges
  • Telecom to announce SIM card distribution
  • Bridge on the verge of collapse
  • Funds released for Chellakere


  • Cabinet panel for bus fare revision
  • Living Space
  • Government to consider borrowing from NRIs
  • Officers' protest: banking operations hit
  • Petition on bus service closed
  • BMW decision by November
  • Antony asks CPI(M) to rein in cadres
  • Bills on tenancy rights referred to panel
  • Crime Branch to probe law student's death
  • Lease rates were very high: Mani
  • Expenditure exceeds estimate
  • Student's death: probe to cover all aspects
  • IUML flays CPI(M), CPI leadership
  • Aryadan clarifies
  • Contribution up
  • Briefly

    Kerala - Others

  • Central team visits airport


  • Local funds audit panel pulls up GCDA
  • `Stress main cause for male infertility'
  • Ombudsman serves notice on Mayor
  • Bangara takes charge
  • Drug peddling: two arrested
  • Around the City
  • In Kochi Today


  • Rajani suicide: protests continue
  • Resco poser to KSEB

    Leader Page Articles

  • India and China: a shifting paradigm
  • The threat of transnational terrorism

    Letters to the Editor

  • Tax reform
  • Tax evasion
  • GTB fiasco
  • Heed appeal
  • Vajpayee's images
  • Wonderful analysis
  • Hostages' issue
  • Sea Tigers
  • Capital punishment
  • Change the pattern
  • Save the whales

    Madhya Pradesh

  • Congress protest on; Uma attends House


  • `Kuvempu's message relevant to modern world'
  • Health assistants stage protest


  • Project for economic uplift of villages
  • Credit card facility for payments, donations in Meenakshi Temple
  • Around the City
  • In Madurai Today
  • To create mass awareness


  • Road safety panel submits report
  • Six arrested, fake notes seized
  • Woman killed in accident
  • Mangalore to host finals of music contest
  • Plea against transfer of officials
  • Sikkim-Manipal varsity offers five courses
  • In Mangalore Today


  • CPI threatens to withdraw from Cabinet


  • Increase in sales tax hits IT hardware vendors


  • `Return church jewels, documents'


  • The Hindu case on privilege issue sent to Constitution Bench
  • States demand more power, farm subsidy
  • CPI(M) to review political situation
  • Malayalam newspaper offices attacked
  • Global Trust Bank: withdrawal limit may be enhanced
  • Centre casual towards security: BJP
  • Coast Guard to have hotline with its Pakistan counterpart
  • Manmohan's request
  • National Water Mission set up
  • `Hanuman' bags prize at Berlin
  • TDP in dilemma over boycott decision
  • Supreme Court notice on Enron
  • BIMST-EC: scope for boosting regional trade
  • Court orders release of child circus performers
  • Vaiko meets Manmohan on linking rivers
  • Opposition should discuss problems with Government, says Congress
  • Manmohan's request

    New Delhi

  • Private players gain foothold in water sector
  • Kalam for open book exams
  • Govt. geared up to tackle drought-like conditions
  • Three held for killing boy
  • DDA seeks guidelines to monitor pact with hospitals
  • `Rising diesel pollution a threat to the Capital'
  • Bank staffer among three arrested for cheating
  • Pizza joint directed to pay compensation
  • Plea to restore charitable status of heart institute
  • Woman alleges assault by ex-boss
  • Centre told to fill vacancies in Safdarjung hospital
  • Fairy Queen theft: FIR lodged
  • Blood donation camp
  • Around the City
  • Briefly
  • In The Capital Today
  • The action shifts to JNU


  • Obituary


  • KSKTU to oppose paddy field conversion for `airstrip'


  • Panel to monitor welfare schemes implementation, says Rangasamy


  • Kohli confesses to murdering British schoolgirl
  • Mother seeks release of son from Pak jail

    Racing : Horse

  • Madras Monsoon season from Aug. 3


  • Man consumes pesticide, dies


  • Assembly sees furore over old age pension
  • Food-for-work programme sought to tackle migration


  • Of grace abounding


  • Automen refuse to carry schoolchildren


  • Chamber seeks expansion of bus station
  • Protest against issue of notice to taxpayers

    Sports : General

  • SFS `B' wins
  • BRFC to meet TN Police


  • Mangaonkar in quarterfinals

    Table Tennis

  • Nishank Bajaj, Neha Aggarwal get top billing
  • AFTC in final

    Tamil Nadu

  • No more criticism of privilege issue: Speaker
  • Centre fixes intake for 3 medical colleges
  • `Develop proficiency in English'
  • All-round helplessness, endless wait
  • Marching ahead of others
  • Centre seeks land for renewal energy centres
  • Ponnaiyan presents demands for grants
  • Second oil-fired steam loco for Darjeeling Himalayan Railway
  • `Quality paper, precision printing went into Telgi's job'
  • More centres to provide anti-retrovirals in Chennai, Namakkal
  • Former police officers to recover Reliance mobile dues
  • DPA partners to meet Governor on conduct of House
  • Prove charge or quit, Ramadoss tells Jayalalithaa
  • Reject Kelkar report, say small units
  • Briefly

    Tamil Nadu - Others

  • Govt. urged to upgrade Ariyalur village panchayat
  • Move to make Pudukottai free from child labour
  • Achieve ACP target, bankers told
  • Works inspected


  • Tough day for Williams sisters
  • Reynold Timothy blanks Ajay Dev


  • Contribute to development of nation, students told


  • Police stop drive against unauthorised ads
  • AIYF activists hoist flag at Halcyon castle
  • Private bus operators to intensify stir
  • Around the City
  • In Thiruvananthapuram Today

    This Day That Age

  • dated July 29, 1954: Anglo-Egyptian accord
  • dated July 29, 1954: Truce panel chairman
  • dated July 29, 1954: Award for Indian film
  • dated July 29, 1954: MCC team for Australia


  • Legal tangle puts overhead tank project in deep water
  • AIR phone-in programme on fire-fighting
  • Around the City
  • In Tiruchi Today
  • Accent on mathematics


  • Nellai council cancels autorickshaw permits
  • Car festival held


  • Hydel power plant being set up in the cooperative sector


  • Landslide claims six lives


  • Official team inspects pushkaram works
  • Heavy rain paralyses normal life
  • Plan to regulate heavy vehicles during pushkarams
  • CPI(M) decries Mayor's remarks
  • Around the City
  • In Vijayawada Today
  • Bapatla agriculture college turns 60
  • The Montessori experiment


  • Sudden change in schedule incurs SFI's wrath
  • Around the City
  • In Visakhapatnam Today
  • Simhadri firm on reforms


  • Indian team
  • TMHNUMM HSS in quarterfinals
  • Victory Playground posts wins
  • AOC Centre registers win


  • Weather

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