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    CPI(Maoist) banned
    Crackdown in Andhra Pradesh

    Uddhav and Raj Thackeray patch up
    Differences sorted out, they pledge to work for the welfare of the party; a happy day, says Manohar Joshi

    Home Ministry clarifies
    NEW DELHI: The Home Ministry, reacting to reports that the Union Government has given the green signal to the Andhra Pradesh for reimposing the ban on Maoists, has clarified that the Maoist organisations have already been banned under the ...

    Documents expose police
    LONDON: The British police are suspected to have told lies to cover up the gunning down of Jean Charles de Menezes, an innocent Brazilian, by officers here on July 22 — a day after a series of attempted bombings — on the suspicion of ...

    All-party meeting to discuss quota issue
    Lok Sabha members speak in one voice; demand Central legislation

    DPA members submit memorandum to Manmohan on reservation issue
    They describe the Supreme Court ruling as a direct blow to social justice "... the present ruling by the Supreme Court will only be a stumbling block to the efforts of the government."

    Antony echoes Deve Gowda's view, rules out midterm polls in State
    `Congress too is committed to smooth running of coalition Government'

    Autos get more parking space
    CHENNAI: In May, Chief Minister Jayalalithaa allowed 5,000 more autorickshaws in the city. On Wednesday, she gave room to park more than 44,000 autos. She presented to select autorickshaw drivers the gazette notifications announcing the ...

    From America and Canada to India with a dream
    NEW DELHI: It is a story seemingly out of Bollywood. A group of non-resident Indians from America and Canada left their homes, careers and children to return to India with a dream to give back "a fraction" of what their country had given them. ...

    Middle schools to become models
    TIRUCHI: The Tiruchi Corporation has decided to invest around Rs.1 crore to develop four middle schools here on a par with private schools in terms of infrastructure and amenities. One middle school each has been identified in Srirangam, ...

    `Technocity' to come up in State capital
    THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Providing the much needed fillip to the Information Technology industry in the State and forming part of the fourth stage of expansion of Technopark in Thiruvananthapuram, a `Technocity' will be set up on 500 acres of land, ...

    Two bids for Vizhinjam project
    A consortium involving an Indian firm and two Chinese groups in the fray

    Strike notice served on Government
    Strike from September 5 midnight; delay in decision on six demands cited

    Unusual venture strikes gold in Coimbatore villages
    Self-help group members taste success in selling products of a private company

    New norms for Engg. colleges
    AICTE decision on minimum land requirements, other matters

    Windfall for panchayat
    TIRUNELVELI: Levingipuram panchayat, situated on the border of Tirunelveli and Kanyakumari districts, is all set to become the first civic body in the State to own a windmill and generate electricity to meet its power requirements. The panchayat ...

    No question of Islamic courts, says Bhardwaj
    Constitution recognises only one judiciary headed by CJI "There is only one judiciary — the lower courts, the High Courts and the Supreme Court and everyone is bound to obey their rulings"

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