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Pall of gloom in Nellore villages
NELLORE, DEC.11.A pall of gloom has fallen on the tiny village of Vavveru of Butchireddipalem mandal and Apparaopalem of Atmakur in Nellore district, following the kidnapping by the Taliban of G. Varadaiah and P. Murali, hot mixing plant operator ...
Telugu Desam puts up show of strength
KURNOOL, DEC. 11.A massive rally preceded the Telugu Desam Party's district convention here on Thursday. Sinking differences and overcoming the ego clashes, the TDP MLAs in the dissolved Assembly and party leaders spared no efforts to make the ...
Diana to youth: dream big
HYDERABAD, DEC. 11. `Teen Channel' programme was launched by Dr. Reddy's Foundation here today. The programme developed in association with the police tries to reach out to the adolescents in the age group of 13 to 17 years. Diana Hayden, Miss ...
Krishna to expand Ministry today
BANGALORE, DEC. 11. New Ministers will be appointed to the S.M. Krishna Government here on Friday even as the uncertainty over the axing of some of the Ministers continues. The Governor, T.N. Chaturvedi, will administer the oath of office and ...
STAMPIT likely to make more arrests soon
BANGALORE, DEC. 11. The dramatic arrest of two officials belonging to the Department of Prisons has exposed the involvement of some officials of the Central Prison here in helping the prime accused in the stamp paper scam, Abdul Karim Telgi, ...
Kuchipudi, Odissi dances enthral connoisseurs
BANGALORE, DEC. 11. Day four of Bangalore Habba had its share of Kuchipudi and Odissi dances, a Harikatha, a play and a musical evening. The presence of the Chief Minister, S.M. Krishna, lent an air of authority to the proceedings as the Habba ...
Oust Balakrishna Pillai, Jacob from UDF: Mani
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, DEC. 11.A different kind of row is brewing in the ruling UDF, with the Kerala Congress (M) today deciding to demand the ouster of the Kerala Congress (Jacob) and Kerala Congress (B) from the coalition. The steering ...
State protests against AI decision
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, DEC. 11. Kerala has strongly protested against Air-India's decision rejecting the proposal to start budget flights on the Gulf sector to offer non-resident Keralites a less expensive mode of travel. The NoRKA Minister, M.M. ...
BSNL to upgrade WLL network in capital
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, DEC. 11.The Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd. (BSNL) is all set to upgrade its CDMA-based Wireless in Local Loop (WLL) limited mobility service, `Tarang', in the urban areas of the State capital district to operate from a Mobile ...
SURVEY FOR RADIAL ROAD: Lack of funds delays execution
KOCHI, DEC. 10.Paucity of funds and the treasury ban are affecting the execution of projects conceived by the Greater Cochin Development Authority (GCDA). The GCDA will soon forward requests to the Kochi Mayor, the Thrikakkara panchayat ...
Joint patrolling feasible: Sri Lanka Army Chief
CHENNAI, DEC. 11. "Joint patrolling by the Indian and Sri Lankan Navies to prevent Indian fishermen from crossing the International Maritime Boundary Line and poaching in Sri Lankan waters is very much feasible. We have done it before and we are ...
`Ordinance repugnant to Constitution'
CHENNAI, DEC. 11. Two AIADMK MPs and the party's Whip in the Assembly have challenged the powers and jurisdiction vested with the Central POTA (Prevention of Terrorism Act) Review Committee, and sought a declaration that three key clauses of the ...
Police solve Israeli murder case
CHENNAI, DEC. 11. The police today arrested Rajesh Pal, a cook, on board the passenger vessel m.v. Nancowri on charges of murdering Cohen Yoel, an Israeli national. The Commissioner of Police, R. Nataraj, told mediapersons here that Yoel and ...
Ministers, leaders pay tribute to Bharathiar
PONDICHERRY, DEC. 11.The Education Minister, K. Lakshminarayanan, the Health Minister, E. Valsaraj, and the Local Administration Minister, A. Elumalai, were among those who paid floral tribute to Poet Bharathiar on the occasion of his 121st birth ...
`Adopt focussed approach on meat quality'
PONDICHERRY, DEC. 11. Meat scientists and meat industry should adopt a focussed approach on the quality and safety of meat. This would help register considerable rise in meat exports, R. Kadirvel, Vice-Chancellor, Tamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal ...
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