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    Parliament work stalled
    Opposition seeks action against those named in Nanavati report

    Rising global crude prices ring alarm bells for oil companies
    Public sector oil firms will go sick if fuel prices are not raised

    Necessary action will be taken, says Patil
    NEW DELHI: The Union Home Minister Shivraj Patil on Tuesday said the Government would take whatever action was necessary and possible on the basis of the Nanavati Commission recommendations that probed 1984 anti-Sikh riots. Appealing to all ...

    Union Secretary finds flood situation grim in Belgaum, Bagalkot districts
    Says funds will not be a problem for taking up relief operations

    A brand new cure for malaria on the way
    NEW DELHI: The humble turmeric could well be on its way to worldwide recognition with Indian scientists now being able to prove that one of its components holds the key to creating the world's first low-toxicity malaria drug. While the research ...

    Test of strength likely today
    Nanavati report: Opposition notice for adjournment motion

    21 hurt in blast at bus station
    21 persons injured as tiffin box bomb goes off at Karimnagar

    Sri Lankan lions roar once again on home turf
    COLOMBO: Limited-overs cricket can be unforgiving. Not that Rahul Dravid is unaware of the capricious nature of the game's abridged version. What the Indian captain did realise, much to his dismay, at the Premadasa Stadium on Tuesday was that it ...

    10th class student washed away in open manhole
    HYDERABAD: A 10th class student got washed away in an open manhole at Kavadiguda on Tuesday evening when he stepped out to bring back his elder sister who went for shopping. Reminiscent of the Amberpet manhole incident that claimed a woman ...

    Jayasuriya in elite club
    COLOMBO: Even as he swivelled on his left foot, his beefy, vein-studded forearms bringing the scimitar around from third-man to over his right shoulder, a ripple went through the crowd. Yellow lions took over the R. Premadasa stadium on ...

    Standoff between Collector and revenue employees ends
    Minister Konathala Ramakrishna plays peacemaker

    Pulichintala project by 2007, says YSR
    Chief Minister makes aerial survey of Krishna,Guntur districts

    Corporation networked with SAT Hospital
    Birth and death certificates to be issued within 24 hours of application

    Talks fail; bus strike from today
    Thiruvananthapuram, Attingal Association to keep away from stir

    10,000 awaiting water connections
    Delay in implementation of schemes worries residents of Tirupur

    Key members of gang from Pune held
    The group was allegedly involved in the murder of AIADMK MLA K. Sudharsanam

    15 feared drowned in roadside canal
    RAJAHMUNDRY: About 15 persons were feared drowned when a tractor carrying a marriage party with over 35 persons lost control and fell into a roadside canal at a place 40 km from here on Tuesday midnight. By 12.20 a.m., swimmers from Kakinada ...

    Opposition rejects move to ban agitations
    Government for consensus on shifting protest venue from Secretariat

    Corporation schools get science kits
    CHENNAI: Students of 50 Corporation middle schools in Chennai will now conduct science experiments that are fun and master concepts that will help form a scientific bent of mind. The selected schools will receive science kits that allow ...

    Prisoners in shackles of HIV fear
    The number of inmates on Tuesday was 2,700 while the capacity is only 1,200. The congestion is said to be the main reason for the spread of infectious diseases though jail authorities claim that there are 24 separate cells for patients with communica ble diseases such as tuberculosis. The inmates are living under constant fear of HIV spreading inside the jail

    Standoff between Collector and revenue employees ends
    Minister Konathala Ramakrishna plays peacemaker

    Horticulture Minister says Dharam Singh is interfering in affairs of his department
    Horticulture Minister says Chief Minister is interfering the affairs of his department

    Talks fail; bus strike from today
    Thiruvananthapuram, Attingal Association to keep away from stir

    Sri Lanka wins tri-series final
    COLOMBO: Powered by a magnificent 83 by vice-captain Mahela Jayawardene, Sri Lanka defeated India by 18 runs to lift the 2005 Indian Oil Cup amidst high drama at the R. Premadasa Stadium here on Tuesday. Chasing 282 under lights for victory, ...

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