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Nine held in Intermediate marks scandal
HYDERABAD, OCT. 31.The Begumbazar police on Friday arrested nine persons, including the Board of Intermediate Examination (BIE) Joint Secretary's (Exams) Personal Assistant, I. Narasimha Murthy (36), and a Government school teacher, V. Sagar ...
TTD to acquire hi-tech cameras
TIRUMALA, OCT. 31.In the aftermath of the bid made by ultras belonging to the outlawed PW group on the life of the Chief Minister, N.Chandrababu Naidu, on the Tirumala ghat road, the TTD management has decided to go in for a round- the-clock ...
Four officials in ACB net
HYDERABAD, OCT. 31. Four officials of various departments have been trapped by Anti-Corruption Bureau officials. The Executive Engineer of Pulivendula branch canal division in Cuddapah district, N. Venkateswara Rao, was arrested by the ...
Karnataka to institute Indira Gandhi award
BANGALORE, OCT. 31. The Chief Minister, S.M. Krishna, announced here on Friday that the State Government would institute an award carrying a cash prize of Rs.10 lakhs named after the former Prime Minister, late Indira Gandhi, to be given to a ...
Bangalore IT.Com opens today
BANGALORE, OCT. 31. Despite the opposition in the U.S. to outsourcing jobs and business processes, Bangalore will get more outsourcing business, according to experts in business process outsourcing (BPO) on the eve of the Bangalore IT.Com, the ...
Legislature Secretary's car detained for use of red light
BANGALORE, OCT. 31. The Transport Department today detained the official car of Legislature Secretary, T. Rajanna, for using the VIP red light atop the vehicle unauthorisedly. This is said to be for the first time, at least in recent history, ...
Luck plays a part in solving cases
WHENEVER THERE is an inordinate delay in cracking a crime case, it is a habit with the police to say that they would have achieved a breakthrough if they there was a "bit of luck" on their side. With many murders and robberies remaining ...
Antony meets Sonia, claims majority
NEW DELHI, OCT. 31.The presence of the Kerala Chief Minister, A. K. Antony, in the capital today saw the Congress central leadership having to reckon with the crisis in the State unit amid the pulls and pressures associated with ticket ...
HC acquits Pillai in Idamalayar case
KOCHI, OCT. 31.The Kerala High Court today set aside the Idamalayar Special Court's verdict sentencing the Transport Minister, R. Balakrishna Pillai, and two other accused in the graft case to five-year rigorous imprisonment. Allowing the ...
Five AIR employees suspended
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, OCT. 31.The Prasar Bharati Corporation has suspended five employees of All India Radio, including a violin artiste, from service for doing programmes on a private television channel, according to sources. The Prasar Bharati ...
Bomb hoax at Raj Bhavan
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, OCT. 31. The anti-sabotage team of the city police and the dog squad were pressed into service at the Raj Bhavan here this afternoon following a bomb threat. The threat was dismissed as a hoax after a one-hour search on the ...
Laptop soon for police officers
CHENNAI, OCT. 31.The Government has decided to equip 67 officers with computers, which will cost the exchequer Rs. 83.75 lakhs. Orders have been issued to the state-owned Electronics Corporation of Tamil Nadu for the purchase of the equipment, ...
Governor, CM mourn Semmangudi
CHENNAI, OCT. 31. The Governor, P.S. Ramamohan Rao, and the Chief Minister, Jayalalithaa, were among those who condoled the death of the eminent carnatic musician, Semmangudi Srinivasa Iyer, on Friday. In his condolence message, the Governor ...
Deadline ends for conversion to `H' status
CHENNAI, OCT. 31.With no official announcement on extension of affixing the "H" seal on ration cards beyond October 31, hundreds of cardholders, whose monthly income is more than Rs. 5,000, today flocked to civil supplies offices in the State. ...
Pledging girls to Mathamma still continues
CHENNAI, OCT. 31. While the State continues to assert that the Arunthathiyar practice of offering girl children to Goddess Mathamma is a thing of the past, a recent study by a non-governmental organisation says the ritual persists. The study ...
High Court admits fresh batch of petitions
CHENNAI, OCT. 31. A fresh batch of public interest petitions, seeking to implement the Conditional Access System (CAS) in its entirety in the metropolitan area of Chennai, has been filed in the Madras High Court. The First Bench comprising the ...
'Malkani's health was monitored continuously in Raj Nivas'
PONDICHERRY, OCT. 31. The Medical Superintendent in the General Hospital, G. Subramanyam Reddy, today said he rushed to the Raj Nivas as soon as he received a telephone call on October 24 at 11 a.m, which stated that Malkani had an episode of ...
Pondy CM, others pay homage to Indira Gandhi
PONDICHERRY, OCT. 31.paid homage at the statue of the former Prime Minister, Indira Gandhi, on the occasion of her 19th death anniversary today. The Chief Minister and others observed silence for a couple of minutes in memory of the late ...
'Ban bulk sale of cinema tickets'
PONDICHERRY, OCT. 31. Office bearers of the Pondicherry unit of the all-India Youth Federation have urged the Administration to ensure that no film stars fans associations were issued tickets in bulk ahead of the commencement of the show or on ...
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