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Anantapur

  • Velugu Project staffer arrested
  • Cloud-seeding bears fruit
  • Homage paid to Banjara leader

    Andhra Pradesh

  • Case against PW emissaries may be withdrawn
  • First impression of the new House not that best
  • Digital screens for Brahmotsavam
  • 35 cases of dengue in State
  • Tribal background to splash of red
  • Congress raps `spoilsport' TDP
  • People's War softens stand on arms
  • No constructive debate: TDP
  • Court suspends GO on medical admissions
  • Cabinet panel moots farm commission Report on ryot suicide submitted to Chief Minister
  • Meet galvanises PW cadre into action
  • Meet on critical care gets under way
  • State BJP to have district in-charges
  • Two farmers end lives
  • Rayalaseema leaders allege discrimination
  • `Telangana formation will depend on consensus'
  • Briefly
  • Crime Watch

    Andhra Pradesh - Others

  • Naxals, Government urged to maintain restraint
  • Villagers refuse to attend naxal meet
  • Groundwater table improves in Adilabad

    Assam

  • Phani Bora dead

    Athletics

  • Three meet records set

    Badminton

  • Gauthaman jolts Arjun

    Bangalore

  • Seven get life term for murdering man
  • `Apartments need better security systems'
  • Film festival organisers hit out at `panel members'
  • Insurance cover for power consumers' equipment
  • Nafisa will be missed: PETA
  • Good response to bandh call
  • Case against builder
  • SI, constable suspended
  • 30 take ill after drinking water
  • Pakistani baby awaits surgery
  • Around the City
  • In Bangalore Today
  • This city is no place for cyclists

    Barometer

  • Exchange rates
  • Bullion rates

    Basketball

  • IBBC in last eight

    Belgaum

  • Belgaum weavers take out rally

    Bellary

  • Phone numbers in Bellary district to change
  • Kailasam Day celebrated

    Bidar

  • Election Commission urged to reconsider use of EVMs

    Billiards & Snooker

  • Advani in awesome form
  • Bhaskar triumphs

    Briefly

  • PNB opens branch in Kabul
  • Bank of India's Kisan Samadhan Card
  • Jewellery training programme
  • HDFC Bank opens 8 new branches
  • Malabar food festival
  • TCS offer oversubscribed
  • Consumer index up 4 points
  • Gold card scheme for exporters

    Business

  • Centre going ahead with NTPC disinvestment
  • `No need to change inflation outlook'
  • ECS facility relaxed for GTB account holders
  • U.S. imposes anti-dumping duty on Indian shrimps
  • Inflation an area of concern, says Munjal
  • Auto stocks lead rally
  • Ranbaxy first quarter net declines
  • Rupee stages mild recovery
  • IOC profit at Rs. 1,472 crores
  • IOB net up at Rs. 175 crores
  • ITC plans new hotels

    Cartoons

  • Cartoon

    Chennai

  • In Chennai Today
  • It's your child: go for gold
  • 99 resolutions in just 10 minutes
  • Give arrears in lumpsum: pensioners
  • Award for Tamil scholar
  • Health facts
  • A surgeon's plea, from the heart
  • Around the City
  • Beware: Rumour mill is active

    Chess

  • Anand-Leko play it safe
  • Verma triumphs

    Coimbatore

  • Irregularities alleged in purchase of accessories
  • `Not overloading for money'
  • Medical camp
  • In Coimbatore Today
  • A fillip to visible policing

    Cricket

  • I rely a lot on `feel', says Sehwag
  • Team's morale on a high: Dravid
  • Flintoff flaunts his prowess
  • Aussies cashing in on India Inc.
  • Gavaskar, Kaarthik score half-centuries
  • Ravikanth scalps six
  • Record-equalling ball sold
  • Bharath bats well
  • Innings win for Visakhapatnam
  • Tiruchi in bad shape

    Crossword

  • The Hindu Crossword No. 8050
  • Solution to puzzle No. 8049

    Cuddapah

  • Cops don dual role, launch health camps
  • Ex-gratia sanctioned

    Dharmapuri

  • Residents want railway gate relocated

    Editorials

  • THE CHALLENGE OF MASS HUNGER
  • MONEY AGAINST MERIT

    Football

  • China, Bahrain in last four
  • Fortune favours CIL
  • Delhi Police holds Royal Rangers
  • Ramaswamy XI in final
  • KV (Picket) wins

    Front Page

  • Mediator appeals to kidnappers
  • Go-ahead on FTA
  • Kamal Nath rushes back to Geneva
  • Pak. PM designate escapes Suicide attack
  • I did not run away: Soren
  • VHP for forum against BJP
  • Truce extended with Naga rebels
  • Parliamentarian Hiren Mukherjee passes away
  • Kerry accepts nomination

    Globescan

  • 14 killed as gas pipeline explodes
  • Georgia playing with fire: Russia
  • Raid strips party island of drug

    Gulbarga

  • Chief Minister to take up concerns of farmers

    Guntur

  • Cops try to solve traffic riddle
  • Focus on pilgrim safety

    Hassan

  • Incessant rain, stem borer damage ginger crop

    Hockey

  • Vizag, Chittoor in title clash
  • DBHA holds RWF

    Hyderabad

  • Going gets tough for maternity hospital
  • In Hyderabad Today
  • Parents seek action against husband
  • Trader, four others held on murder charge
  • Congress leader seeks arrest of Venkaiah Naidu
  • Murder mystery unravelled
  • KCR cheating people: Kodanda
  • e-Rakshak launched
  • Compulsory helmet rule to be opposed
  • Water board phone numbers
  • Around the City

    India & World

  • India, Pakistan talks on Wullar barrage inconclusive
  • Official to leave for Baghdad
  • Naga peace talks `on track'

    International

  • U.S. can do better, says Kerry
  • Al-Qaeda hand seen in Uzbekistan blasts
  • Scientist who unmasked the `blueprint of life'
  • Beware of those big women
  • `Police suicide bomber' kills colleague
  • Indian doctor who killed wife suspected `affair'
  • `Afghanistan will fall apart'
  • Attack against Pakistan's drive on terror?

    Jammu & Kashmir

  • Rape victim identifies accused

    Kancheepuram

  • Declare Kancheepuram drought-hit: farmers
  • Opt for drip or sprinkler irrigation and get a subsidy

    Karnataka

  • Assembly adopts Bill on admissions
  • Cooperation sought for developing rural India
  • No waiver of penal interest on farm loans
  • Deve Gowda urged not to press for CBI probe
  • A celebrity who loved animals
  • Supreme Court allows St. John's to fill 100 p.c. seats
  • Jayalalithaa offers prayers at Kollur temple
  • Petition seeking stay on election dismissed
  • Govt. may move court against MCI deadline
  • Priority to infrastructure in Bangalore promised
  • Organisation to promote transparency
  • Briefly

    Karnataka - Others

  • Man kills family, himself
  • Govt. urged to release salary to polytechnic staff
  • Coast Guard vessels arriving today

    Kerala

  • Rs. 50 lakhs found missing from RBI
  • Petition for CBI probe into graft charges dismissed
  • Kerala interested in `city-within-city' concept: Tytler
  • Reshuffle: Antony awaits high command's directive
  • Education loan norms not student-friendly
  • Cancel NOCs of errant colleges: CPI
  • 40 injured as bus catches fire
  • Bus strike: no breakthrough in talks
  • Halt admission: DYFI
  • Pushpagiri condemns Soopy's remarks
  • K.T. Thomas defends decision on fee structure
  • `Vanilla planters ready to leave Athirapilly oil-palm farms'
  • `IOB never refused loan'
  • `Kerala favours city-within-city'
  • Briefly

    Kerala - Others

  • HIV-infected siblings taken out in a procession

    Kochi

  • Corporation told not to dump waste at Cheranelloor
  • Road traffic across Venduruthy bridge to resume today
  • Vegetable market
  • Around the City
  • In Kochi Today
  • Woes of two fledgling forces

    Kollam

  • Mood upbeat at fishing harbours
  • Students' stir not pre-planned: RSP leader
  • Man succumbs to injuries
  • MBA admission

    Kottayam

  • Rs. 568-crore farm loan for Kottayam
  • More facilities at Adivasi colonies

    Kozhikode

  • `Judge' burned in effigy

    Kurnool

  • Freedom fighters favour quota for Muslims
  • Three convicted in job racket

    Leader Page Articles

  • Was Iraq a mutual charade?
  • Pity the man who wins

    Letters to the Editor

  • Uncommon commoner
  • Boycott
  • Soren drama
  • Welcome move
  • GTB fiasco
  • Unwanted hype
  • The common man
  • Bandhs & democracy

    Madhya Pradesh

  • No question of my apology: Uma Bharti
  • House adjourned amid din

    Madikeri

  • BJP wants sainik school set up in Somwarpet taluk
  • CPI(M) for re-look at Betri project
  • Setback for Congress in Virajpet

    Madurai

  • Tax payment through bill collectors to be phased out
  • Officials told to expedite pillar renovation
  • Allotment of shops stayed
  • Around the City
  • In Madurai Today
  • A gaping threat to road-users

    Mangalore

  • BJP, Congress councillors trade charges
  • Engineer allays fears over subsidence of land
  • Woman killed in road accident near Yekkur
  • Convention of oral pathologists begins
  • In Mangalore Today

    Mysore

  • Poor sanitation cause for outbreak of epidemic, says NGO
  • No more BSNL SIM cards
  • Snap strike by currency printing press staff
  • Students boycott classes

    Nagercoil

  • Uproar over dengue fever, stray dog menace
  • Two killed as concrete ring falls

    National

  • All I want is Parliament to function normally: Somnath
  • Soren surfaces, plans rally
  • Government keeping fingers crossed on hostages issue: Pranab
  • Indian Airlines introduces 28 days apex fare
  • Centre to file objection against patent on wheat to Monsanto
  • Politics over marriage for Rahul
  • Advance release of drought relief to Maharashtra, Gujarat
  • Nafisa's autopsy report confirms suicide
  • Swamy criticises Centre's stand on hostages
  • Deadlock over commission hits air ticket booking
  • CBI plea in Bofors case allowed
  • Jyoti Basu to meet Sonia today
  • Once in a blue moon — today
  • BJP meet begins in Panaji
  • Pranab urges BJP leaders to join parliamentary panels
  • British Government unhappy with Kohli's public confession
  • Gujarat withdraws additional power curbs on industry
  • `Kargil scam': AG's response sought
  • Waiting with hope in their hearts
  • Draft food law in two weeks: Minister
  • States asked to observe July 16 as School Health and Safety Day
  • Rail link to Shirdi
  • Pakistani baby awaits surgery
  • `Notable poverty reduction'

    New Delhi

  • Metro's foresightedness reaps rich dividends
  • Bids invited for new power plant
  • Delhi gears up to tackle `worst ever' water crisis
  • Items worth 80 lakhs missing from lockers
  • Tempers run high over DU admissions
  • Order to demolish new construction at Sainik Farms
  • Kirori Mal incident condemned
  • Second chargesheet filed in DDA case
  • CPI(M) targets Sheila Govt.
  • `Bring erring Army officers to book'
  • CINEMA
  • Around the City
  • Briefly
  • In The Capital Today
  • Busting sex rackets

    Nizamabad

  • Irrigation projects receive good inflows

    Obituary

  • Obituary

    Perambalur

  • Perambalur farmers demand compensation for crop loss

    Pondicherry

  • Preserve Pondicherry's heritage: Lakhera
  • Assembly backs statehood, Yanam MLA dissents
  • Rs.25 lakhs for Assembly renovation
  • Free port okayed in principle

    Rajasthan

  • Police fire to disperse mobs, five hurt

    Religion

  • Devotion, an end in itself

    Salem

  • Irate residents storm Corporation premises
  • Consensus on auto drivers' issue elusive

    Shimoga

  • Monsoon active in Shimoga district
  • College students boycott classes

    Sports : General

  • `Football to the Summit'
  • Geometry to the aid of injury prone
  • IOC members flouted rules: BBC
  • Scholarships for sportspersons

    Squash

  • Ritwik Bhattacharya in final

    Table Tennis

  • Prasanna Devi makes semifinals
  • Harshita, Sneha in final
  • Rajat beats Chandesh
  • Reshma, Ananth bag titles
  • R.K. Puram boys reign
  • Binu Mani makes semifinals

    Tamil Nadu

  • Privilege action against dailies dropped
  • Lawyers call off boycott, insist on transfer of Chief Justice
  • Hoda suspended for `dereliction, breach of trust'
  • `Bid to protect police officers led to Hoda's suspension'
  • From IIT to Stanford with flying colours
  • Remand for Mohamed Ali extended
  • Liberalised policy, funds crunch hit units
  • Register case against Karunanidhi, AIADMK urges CBI
  • Consortium plea to review order on minority seats dismissed
  • Animal sacrifice Act repealed
  • Chief Justice receives threat letter
  • Car overturns, four killed
  • Briefly

    Tamil Nadu - Others

  • NPRC research yields new redgram culture
  • NCC directorate looks for permanent campsites
  • `Involve only manual labour in food-for-work scheme'
  • Police stop rally midway
  • Collector inspects development works
  • Local holiday

    Tennis

  • Leander and Mahesh begin with a bang
  • Federer in quarterfinals
  • Suraj shocks Vijay
  • Amoolya, Niharika set up title clash

    Thanjavur

  • Thanjavur council urges Govt. to appoint Commissioner
  • Autorickshaws warned against overloading

    Thiruvananthapuram

  • Opposition stages walkout
  • Waste dumping: Lok Ayukta issues summons to officials
  • `Left trying to subvert democracy'
  • List of candidates for VC's post submitted
  • SFI to continue with agitation
  • DREU protests against transfers
  • Around the City
  • In Thiruvananthampuram Today
  • City residents held to ransom

    This Day That Age

  • dated July 31, 1954: Nehru writes to Nasser
  • dated July 31, 1954: Khrushchev cracks jokes
  • dated July 31, 1954: Plane falls on building

    Thrissur

  • `Parallel cinema needs re-assessment'
  • LDF march passes off peacefully

    Tiruchi

  • Daily water supply from today
  • `Low interest rate good for banking industry'
  • NITs to benefit from AICTE's quality improvement programme
  • Remain vigilant, gatekeepers told
  • Farmers take out procession
  • CISF hailed for protecting human lives
  • Around the City
  • In Tiruchi Today

    Tirunelveli

  • Thousands witness Adithapasu at Sankarankovil

    Tirupati

  • Civics textbook without Ambedkar's mention irks RPI
  • Consumer forum orders arrest of sugar unit director
  • Red sanders seized

    Udhagamandalam

  • Matriculation schools seek more time

    Udupi

  • BJP accused of ignoring democratic traditions

    Uttar Pradesh

  • No amendment to Zamindari Act

    Uttaranchal

  • Old Tehri town families shifted
  • World Bank aid for project

    Vijayawada

  • Onus on officials to avoid Pushkaram snags
  • Prisoners to head for spacious jails
  • Barrage work disrupted
  • NGOs' aid sought for mid-day meal scheme
  • Around the City
  • In Vijayawada Today

    Visakhapatnam

  • Club directed to repay fee
  • Sensitisation programme on noise pollution launched
  • All-India crafts bazar from today
  • Admissions open for MBBS course in China
  • Andhra varsity V-C's effigy burnt
  • Breast-feeding week from tomorrow
  • Navy adventure camp begins
  • Around the City
  • In Visakhapatnam Today

    Volleyball

  • Mixed fortunes for St. Mary's
  • Mahender-Kumar duo posts win
  • SAI STC in final

    Weather

  • Weather

    Weightlifting

  • Malleswari aims to do one better at Athens

    Wrestling

  • Indians win three gold medals

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