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  • Campaign for first phase of polls draws to a close
  • Countdown for candidates' fortunes begins
  • People's War violence feared as poll campaign concludes
  • Arrangements in place for polls
  • The going gets tough for Lakshmi Parvati
  • Rosaiah spars with Goud on naxal issue
  • Prestigious contest for BJP
  • AP lags behind other southern States: study
  • Mikes fall silent, `rathams' head homewards as campaign ends
  • Pratibha Bharati aims at sixth-time victory
  • Naidu seeks `referendum' on core issues
  • YSR juggernaut rolls on
  • Congress worker injured in attack dies
  • Low chilli prices dampen farmers' spirits
  • YSR accuses TD of tampering with ballot papers
  • TDP complains to EC over KCR's remarks
  • Alternatives for identification of voters
  • Sonia to visit State again
  • Briefly

    Hyderabad
  • All set for hassle-free polling, says MCH Commissioner
  • Not running away: Shashidhar
  • Forces to counter naxal menace
  • TDP candidate sings development song
  • House burglars' gang busted
  • It's raining snow here
  • MBT charge against MIM
  • Software employee killed in mishap
  • 134 cases booked
  • Around The City
  • In Hyderabad Today
  • Readers' Mail

    Anantapur
  • TDP candidate from Uravakonda intimidating people: CPI(M)
  • SI donates blood to save victim of naxal violence

    Karimnagar
  • Congress hopes to be sixth time lucky
  • Union Minister flays KCR

    Nellore
  • BJP promises to develop tail-end areas of Nellore

    Nizamabad
  • Verbal attacks get too personal for comfort

    Tirupati
  • Political warhorses to hit the road today
  • Dasari on a road show in Tirupati constituency

    Vijayawada
  • `Jaitra yatra' boosts Congress cadre morale
  • Former friends pitted against each other in Kankipadu
  • Civic amenities, water on BJP candidate's priority
  • Congress candidate woos Brahmin community
  • Around The City
  • In Vijayawada Today
  • Readers' Mail

    Visakhapatnam
  • TDP faces an uphill task in Bhimili
  • TDP, Congress end campaign on high note
  • Poll personnel to be airlifted
  • Railways to run summer specials from April 21
  • `BJP campaign against Sonia helping Congress'
  • NGOs for child-friendly Government
  • Sonia to visit A.P. again
  • Holiday tomorrow
  • Around The City
  • Readers' Mail

    Warangal
  • Well prepared for polls: Collector

    Others
  • Congress candidate has the upper hand
  • CM vouches for social justice
  • Tribal raja lashes out at new-age politicos
  • 21,000 Government staff drafted for poll duty



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