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A.P. Govt. announces sops for farm sector
HYDERABAD, OCT. 28.The Andhra Pradesh Government announced here today four major benefits for electricity consumers. According to the announcement made by the Energy Minister, K. Subbarayudu, after discussions with the Chief Minister, N. ...
APCC chief asks cadre to monitor `boons' programme
HYDERABAD, OCT .28.The Andhra Pradesh Congress Committee president, D. Srinivas on Tuesday called upon the party cadre at the grassroots to carefully monitor the distribution of assets under the one crore boons programme announced by the ...
QQSUDA initiative brings cheer to residents
HYDERABAD, OCT. 28. The municipal colony at Ziaguda is getting a facelift after a gap of nearly three decades. Interestingly, the agency that is bringing development is not the MCH, but the Quli Qutb Shah Urban Development Authority (QQSUDA). ...
National music fete opens today
HYDERABAD, OCT. 28.Classical music lovers of Hyderabad will have a rare opportunity of enjoying the performances of some great maestros in the national music festival `Sangeet Swarn' being organised here for the first time to mark the golden ...
Mysore thoroughfares to be litter-free
MYSORE, OCT. 28. As part of the Nirmala Nagar Yojane to keep the city clean, the Mysore City Corporation has announced that the main thoroughfares of the city will be litter-free from November 1. In the first phase of the scheme, Devaraj Urs ...
Gowda calls off dharna, thanks CM
BANGALORE, OCT. 28. The dharna, which the former Prime Minister, H.D. Deve Gowda, and other senior leaders of the Janata Dal (Secular) threatened to stage in front of the official residence of the Chief Minister, S.M. Krishna, here today, was ...
Mother, children among five drowned
BANGALORE, OCT. 28. Tragedy struck Sathanur, when four children and a 30-year-old woman drowned in a lake, about 20 km from Kanakapura in Bangalore Rural district, this afternoon. The victims have been identified as Pavithra (12), Prathima ...
Over 50 Indian firms to take part in aerospace exhibition
BANGALORE, OCT. 28. The Bangalore-based Society of Indian Aerospace Technologies and Industries (SIATI) will lead over 50 Indian firms to promote the country's aerospace products and systems at the Asian Aerospace 2004 exhibition to be held in ...
A book from a new perspective
BANGALORE, OCT. 28. Pataalagaradi (anchor), a collection of articles on society, socio-cultural events, and individuals from journalistic and historical perspectives, authored by Garudanagiri Nagaraja, journalist, was released here on ...
Deadline for PG teachers to complete Ph.D.
BANGALORE, OCT. 28. All postgraduate teachers of Bangalore University, who were appointed on the condition that they would complete their Ph.D. within five years, should now fulfil this requirement within one year or face the prospect of losing ...
Karunakaran group to seek House session
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, OCT. 28. The veteran Congress leader, K. Karunakaran, has revealed another strategy in his search for a leadership change, with 22 of his MLAs deciding to meet the Governor, Sikhander Bakht, with the demand for convening the ...
Rift in Cong. likely to pose hurdles to UDF in Thiruvalla
PATHANAMTHITTA, OCT. 28.The `decision' of the `I' group, led by the senior Congress leader, K. Karunakaran, to disassociate with the UDF election campaign is likely to cause hurdles to the UDF, particularly the Kerala Congress(M), in the Assembly ...
LDF will play out its role as Oppn.: VS
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, OCT. 28. The leader of the Opposition, V. S. Achuthanandan, today made a categorical assertion that the LDF would play out its role as the Opposition for the full five-year term of the present Legislative Assembly and would ...
Govt. asked to check encroachment of canals
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, OCT. 28. The City Corporation Council today urged the Government to prevent the encroachment of drainage canals and reclamation of wetlands. An adjournment motion moved by the Anamukhom councillor, Kadakampally Mohanan, noted ...
City's sewage system in dire straits
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, OCT. 28. The shutdown of the Kerala Water Authority's sewage pumping station at Kuriathy for three days last week has once again focussed attention on the city's dilapidated sewage handling system. The Kuriathy station had ...
Lok Ayukta comes to BHMS students' rescue
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, OCT. 28. The Lok Ayukta has intervened on behalf of 10 Degree students of the Government Homoeopathic Medical College here whose results were withheld due to the reason that they did not have sufficient attendance. The Lok ...
AI's daily flights to Dubai commence
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, OCT. 28. Daily direct flights from here to Dubai, weekly flights to Doha and Bahrain and three flights to Mumbai with through check-in facility to Paris, Frankfurt, London, New York, Newark and Chicago are the highlights of ...
Environment assessment must for major construction projects
CHENNAI, OCT. 28. Even as preparations are under way for laying the foundation stone for an aesthetic, ultra-modern Secretariat complex in the city, the Union Environment Ministry has notified that any new major construction will have to undergo ...
Will amendment help Vaiko, asks Kannappan
COIMBATORE, OCT. 28.The Union Minister of State for Non-conventional Energy Sources and MDMK treasurer, M. Kannappan, today reiterated his party's demand for repeal of the Prevention of Terrorism Act, expressing scepticism over the efficacy of ...
Removal of encroachments, a major task for Corporation
CHENNAI, OCT. 28. Even as the desilting work on Mambalam canal is in progress, the Chennai Corporation faces the task of keeping canal banks free of encroachments. In some pockets, the civic machinery has removed a section of the encroaching ...
Couple arrested for dowry harassment
CHENNAI, OCT. 28. Personnel of the Ashok Nagar All Women Police station arrested a school headmistress and her husband on charges of dowry harassment at Tiruchi. Kalavathi, the headmistress of Kendriya Vidyalaya and Viswanathan, her husband, a ...
Travelling by MTC, an ordeal for school students
CHENNAI, OCT. 28. School students travelling by the Metropolitan Transport Corporation buses are having a tough time. With heavily loaded schoolbags occupying much of the space in the seat, the students often invite the wrath of other commuters. ...
Malkani cremated with state honours
PONDICHERRY, OCT. 28.The body of the Pondicherry Lt. Governor, K. R. Malkani, who died of cardiac arrest on Monday, was consigned to flames at the Karuvadikuppam crematorium here today. His sons, Aravind Malkani and Vikram Malkani, and his ...
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