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Advani calls for people-friendly policing
HYDERABAD, NOV. 2.The Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, has called for people-friendly policing as the police are meant not just to maintain law and order but protect the property and person of every individual. Speaking after reviewing the ...
5 killed in road accident
ANANTAPUR, NOV.2. Five persons were killed and seven others injured when a jeep and a police van collided head-on between Lolur and Kothapalli in Garladinne mandal on the NH-7 in Anantapur district today. The injured were admitted to the Medical ...
Sivananda Award for dental teacher
HYDERABAD, NOV. 2. Well-known dental and orthodontic teacher, Bodhanapu Seshadri, has been selected for the Sivananda Eminent Citizen Award 2003 for his contribution to the field of medicine. He is the founder-Principal of the Government Dental ...
`Chalo Raj Bhavan' by NSUI on Nov. 11
HYDERABAD, NOV. 2. The State unit of the National Students' Union of India will organise a "Chalo Raj Bhavan" programme on November 11 in protest against what it called the anti-student policies of the Government. The NSUI members would meet the ...
Another explosive device found in Legislators' Home
BANGALORE, NOV. 2. Another explosive device was discovered from the Legislators' Home today. Only yesterday two such devices with detonators were found on the premises. The device found at the New Block of the Legislators' Home was found by the ...
'Integrate coastal shipping with transport system'
MANIPAL, (Udupi District), Nov. 2. The Director of the National Institute of Port Management (NIPM), Chennai, T. S. Ashok Kumar, on Sunday said that coastal shipping should be integrated with the transport system of the country. He was speaking ...
CPI leader P. Raman dead
BANGALORE, NOV. 2. P. Raman (72), a senior State CPI leader, passed away early this morning. He had been ailing for some time. He is survived by his wife, a son and a daughter. A former Assistant Secretary of the State Council of the CPI, Mr. ...
Laws fail to stop crimes against women
BANGALORE, NOV. 2.The rape of a Swiss diplomat and the molestation of another woman in Delhi recently have once again focused attention on crimes against women. Crime in India, a handbook published by the National Crime Records Bureau ...
Meet calls for promoting Ayurveda
BANGALORE, NOV. 2. A four-day National Ayurvedic Conference concluded here on Sunday with a call to "revive and promote'' Ayurveda with efficacy and glory. Speakers, including the Governor, T.N. Chaturvedi, the Minister for Medical Education, ...
Karunakaran dares Antony to convene Assembly
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, NOV. 2.The standoff between the senior Congress leader, K. Karunakaran, and the Chief Minister, A.K. Antony, appears to be entering a new phase, with the debate between the two now centered on the convening of the Assembly ...
RRL exploring microbial wealth
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, NOV. 2.The Regional Research Laboratory (RRL) here under the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) is exploring the microbial biodiversity of the Western Ghats as part of a national project. As many as 12 ...
SHGs help the disabled find their vocation
CHENNAI, NOV. 2.Disabled children and their parents say they have become more secure and confident about their future after they got involved with Self-Help Groups. "I feel more relaxed now because I know my son is capable of living independently ...
Provide protection to fishermen immediately: CM tells Kerala
NAGERCOIL, NOV. 2. The Chief Minister, Jayalalithaa, has asked the Kerala Government to immediately provide protection to the lives and property of Kanyakumari fishermen operating in Kerala waters and while utilising the Kochi harbour, according ...
Boost for infrastructure in TN colleges likely
CHENNAI, NOV.2. An initiative to improve the quality and infrastructure of technical education in Tamil Nadu will get a formal structure at a meeting to be held at Noida (Uttar Pradesh) on Tuesday. Administrators of seven States will get an idea ...
CITU conclave will focus on right to strike
SALEM, NOV. 2. Vital issues confronting the labour class, particularly in the aftermath of the Tamil Nadu Government employees' strike and the Supreme Court judgment on strikes, will be discussed at the 11th All-India CITU conference to be held ...
Safety is at stake, says review panel
CHENNAI, NOV. 2. Safety has to be compromised if a rail link is to be provided between the Chennai Central and Egmore stations, as the proposed alignment requires a lot of condonation with respect to the ``schedule of dimension," a review panel ...
Canal linking Andaman Sea to the Gulf of Thailand sought
PONDICHERRY, NOV. 2. The Dravida Peravai has appealed to the Prime Minister, A.B. Vajpayee, and his Thailand counterpart, Thaksin Shinawatra, to construct a canal linking the Andaman Sea and the Gulf of Thailand to cut short the distance to ...
Bank to popularise home loan concept in small towns
PONDICHERRY, NOV. 2. The Indian Bank is taking the home loan concept to small towns, district headquarters and villages rather than just concentrating on customers in metropolitan cities, according to its executive director, M.B.N. Rao. ...
Govt. urged to form women's panel
PONDICHERRY, NOV. 2. The Pondicherry unit of the National Federation of Indian Women has called upon the Government to form a women's commission. A federation release here yesterday also urged the administration to introduce schemes to tone up ...
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