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    Andhra Pradesh

  • Accord signed on miners' demands
  • Students secure mess facility after mass suicide threat
  • 100 days of misrule, says Naidu
  • Accord signed on miners' demands
  • Moving flick on little maids' plight
  • Global negotiations on IPR suggested
  • Breakthrough achieved in developing rice hybrids
  • `Outsourcing prospects bleak'
  • Forbes urged to give top slot to Sonia
  • End to legal heir status row in sight?
  • People happy: Congress
  • Faction cases will be reviewed: Additional DGP
  • Narendra terms YSR's remark provocative
  • Telangana day celebrations justified
  • `65 lakh acres of ayacut to be developed'
  • Make healthcare affordable: Speaker
  • Bad weather impedes search for seamen
  • `Western media biased'
  • Come clear on Telangana, Congress told
  • Teachers body hails Court ruling
  • Pak girl to be discharged soon
  • Two held on extortion charge
  • Low pressure brings rain
  • Inflow into Srisailam reservoir declines
  • Briefly

    Andhra Pradesh - Others

  • Sagar dam decked up for Pushkarams
  • Match-making convention gets under way
  • Guidelines for review of works mooted

    Athletics

  • Natasha, Richard take honours

    Badminton

  • Bhargavi-Shailaja post win

    Bangalore

  • Supplies marginally affected
  • Marks card issue gets complicated
  • Sub-inspector's motorcycle set ablaze
  • Two persons die in road accidents
  • Sculptor worried over his missing work
  • `More research in paediatric dermatology needed'
  • Student complains of being cheated
  • Arrest warrant against actor
  • Around the City
  • In Bangalore Today

    Belgaum

  • Law sought to restore right to strike

    Bellary

  • ABVP for probe into `manipulation' of marks

    Bijapur

  • Jamkhandi farmers refuse to call off hunger strike
  • Bagalkot tense after stabbing incident

    Business

  • The rise of Indian multinationals
  • Business confidence dips
  • SEBI to submit report on May market crash
  • New India in pact with AMP Sanmar
  • Forex reserves drop $14 million
  • Wing devoted to BPOs at CeBIT 2005

    Chennai

  • Learning to put up with problems
  • Community-based approach sought to protect lakes
  • Postgraduate course in diabetes
  • 500 sovereigns stolen in Tondiarpet burglary
  • Non-teaching staff to be honoured
  • Winners of elocution contest
  • Physics Olympiad
  • Around the City
  • In Chennai today

    Chess

  • Sorokin moves ahead
  • Puravi shocks Saimeera
  • Harikrishna, Ramesh split point
  • Sandeep, Adilakshmi take titles

    Coimbatore

  • Corporation effort to make drainage scheme affordable
  • `Enable women to perform multiple roles'
  • Caution against pilferage of PAP water
  • Around the City
  • In Coimbatore Today

    Cricket

  • Easy victory for Pakistan
  • West Indies' dreams end at the Oval
  • Gaurav stars in Punjab Colts' win
  • Shepherd non-committal on ICC experiment
  • Tendulkar out of the tournament
  • SBT `B' lifts title
  • Army School rides on Shivraj's century
  • Tumkur, Dharwad take points for first-innings leads
  • 28-run win for LCA
  • CAB scores 278
  • Sri Harsha scalps five
  • Sri Lanka wins a thriller
  • India `A' triumphs

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    Cuddalore

  • First aid camp for mine workers

    Cuddapah

  • Children's film festival from August 24
  • Constable arrested
  • Padayatra for Muslims quota

    Dharmapuri

  • Coir industry award to cooperative society

    Erode

  • 750 lorries off the road
  • Abandoned boys sent home
  • Constructed
  • Villagers stage demonstration

    Football

  • EB, Sporting win; Bagan held
  • M.J. Engg. College makes final
  • Raisina Sporting posts win

    Front Page

  • Uma Bharti submits resignation
  • `Inflation will be contained'
  • Hasina escapes bid on life
  • Truckers' stir evokes mixed response
  • Gold for Inge de Bruijn
  • Nesterenko, fastest woman
  • Hero's welcome
  • Cricket: India loses
  • 3 killed in firing
  • `No alliance'

    Hassan

  • Krishi Vigyan Kendra bags ICAR award
  • One among Dalit protesters dies

    Hyderabad

  • Mother of all cares!
  • Convention centre to come up near Golconda
  • Dog plays mother to Jaguar cub
  • Encroachers galore on Wakf lands
  • Little hands to wave in traffic sanity
  • Film producer ends life
  • Former engineer jailed for graft
  • Screening camp for ailing children
  • Around the City
  • In Hyderabad Today

    International

  • Deng's ideas will guide China forever: Hu
  • New turn to `mansion' controversy
  • U.S. move triggers debate on E.U. defence
  • 9/11 panel winds up work
  • `U.S. is now less respected'
  • Israel under pressure on barrier
  • In search of `God particle'
  • Bid to cut AIDS drug prices
  • Police officer shot dead in Nepal
  • Focus on Kerry's Vietnam record
  • Militants claim control of shrine

    Kancheepuram

  • Damal shows the way in self-help

    Karnataka

  • Narrow escape for air passengers
  • Thirteen huts gutted
  • Deputy CM to visit U.S.
  • Siddaramaiah to attend Kannada meet
  • Credibility of democratic system eroded, says Deve Gowda
  • JD(S) keen on keeping out some leaders
  • `Chandrayana' to map moon for two years
  • Case comes in handy for Dharam Singh
  • Admissions: State team to meet Manmohan
  • `Strengthen Drugs Control Dept.'
  • Probe into wheat seizure stayed
  • Special train to Ernakulam
  • Settle telecom disputes quickly, tribunal told
  • Doctors re-attach severed hand of Russian engineer
  • Merit-based quota in private sector sought
  • Engineering college seat aspirant ends life
  • Fire renders 52 families homeless
  • Briefly
  • From the Districts

    Karnataka - Others

  • MLA seeks fresh estimate of rain-related losses
  • 102 families shifted from fort area
  • Vedike formed to protect farmers' interests
  • 102 families shifted from fort area
  • Better facilities sought for NCC cadets
  • Three killed in accidents
  • Neera agitation to be launched again
  • Strive for quality, engineers told
  • Gangamma Thippesh elected president of Holalkere panchayat

    Kerala

  • Industrial estates fined for polluting Periyar
  • State not keen on film archive
  • State bank staff to join strike
  • VC's decision not final: Minister
  • Court orders detention of KVVES president, secretary
  • S.N. Trust budget lays emphasis on health care
  • Government takes steps to check price rise
  • Pinarayi blames Antony for violence in Marad
  • Vijayan continues to be critical
  • Chandrika Editor killed in accident
  • Karunakaran keeps off AICC meet
  • Truck stir to affect State
  • Temple closed
  • Briefly

    Kerala - Others

  • Steps to check illicit liquor
  • Additional flight

    Khammam

  • Fears over submergence threat from Polavaram project

    Kochi

  • IRDP Onam trade fair begins
  • CIAL finalising design of centre for perishable cargo
  • Rs. 4.27-cr. Plan fund for Kothamangalam municipality
  • German team to visit Indocert
  • Land distributed to 78 persons in Payippra
  • Boy killed during car rally
  • GCDA celebrations
  • Land distributed
  • Around the City
  • In Kochi Today

    Kollam

  • Bonus finalised for workers in district
  • Measures to streamline traffic in Kollam
  • KSTU to hold leadership camp

    Kottayam

  • `Bring Church property under purview of law'

    Kurnool

  • Woman murdered

    Madikeri

  • Govt. urged to retain apiculture under KVIC

    Madurai

  • MKU plans separate centre for distance education
  • Tribals in turmoil over forest officials `eviction mission'
  • UGC gives special status to college
  • Boy found dead
  • `Establish link bridge between Nilakottai, Usilampatti taluks'
  • Around the City
  • In Madurai Today

    Mangalore

  • Students in Dakshina Kannada, Udupi boycott classes
  • MLC demands probe against Vice-Chancellor
  • Corporation to resume property tax collection
  • Power shutdown in Udupi district
  • Futile bid to rob woman of jewellery
  • Konkani Recognition Day observed

    Mysore

  • Lalgudi Jayaraman gets Y.T. Thathachari Award
  • 556 families to be rehabilitated from slums
  • Meet on solvo-thermal reactions

    Nagercoil

  • Tripartite meeting to solve problems of rubber corpn. workers

    National

  • Rahul hogs the limelight, Priyanka absent
  • A faux pas
  • `Human rights cannot be lost sight of'
  • A 10-year-old case and a volte face
  • `No let-up in fight against communalism'
  • Fresh talks on hostage issue soon
  • Aiming for gold, says Rathore
  • More cooperation with Pakistan urged
  • Coalitions inevitable, says Congress
  • BJP board to decide on Uma Bharti resignation
  • Pawar rules out tie-up with BSP
  • Samajwadi Party to go it alone
  • Sanjay Dutt appears in court
  • Girl enacts hanging, dies
  • Pet owners live longer and better
  • Sachidananda Routray passes away
  • Pride of place for Pakistan
  • Rs. 472.93 crores released for States with poor rainfall
  • `Treat me or allow me to die'
  • PM's intervention sought to stop `insult' to Hindu images
  • NGOs call off indefinite strike in Manipur
  • `Mahaprakaram' in Tirumala ``not against sastras''
  • Resentment in J&K Congress over new chief
  • Navy one up in war games
  • A hangman's woe
  • Consultation paper on witness protection
  • Supreme Court ruling puts police under pressure

    New Delhi

  • Truckers' stir has no impact on fruits, vegetables
  • Pet owners live longer and better
  • MCD chief to present trifurcation plan
  • New front announces panel for DUSU polls
  • Pushkin's car may provide vital clues
  • A new chapter in medical tourism
  • UGC lifts ban on appointments
  • CINEMA
  • Ferrying of farm produce allowed in DTC buses
  • Racket in fake certificates busted
  • Annual convention
  • Around the City
  • Briefly
  • In the Capital Today

    News Analysis

  • Gujarat: the wheels of justice get moving
  • Summarily dismissed
  • Futile exercise?
  • An indictment
  • And let's not forget Godhra
  • Striking lawyers and challenging issues

    Nizamabad

  • Minister for more agro-based industries
  • `Land development plan in the offing'

    Obituary

  • Obituary

    Olympic Games

  • Paes, Bhupathi lose a marathon
  • Pinsent pockets gold in photo finish
  • Kenenisa Bekele wins gold with new record
  • I am innocent: Chanu
  • Rathore arrives home to a hearty welcome
  • Debatable decisions mar India's chance of a medal
  • Hackett wins in record time
  • Drugs found at Greek coach's office
  • Gymnastics judges suspended but results stand
  • Russia in last eight
  • Brazil in last eight
  • Iraq in semifinals
  • Indians bow out
  • Fire at mountain bike venue

    Pondicherry

  • Lakhera lauds self-confidence of the physically challenged
  • Efforts on to make available essential commodities
  • `Operate more battery-operated vehicles to protect environment'

    Racing : Horse

  • Onnu Onnu Onnu for A.P. Governor's Cup

    Racing : Motor

  • Popular Rally stopped after fatal accident

    Raichur

  • Toddy seized

    Shimoga

  • BJP workers told to be prepared for polls

    Sports : General

  • TN wins chess title

    Swimming

  • Vikasa School dominates

    Table Tennis

  • Angelo Purathur takes title

    Tamil Nadu

  • Centre must not remain spectator: DMK
  • Deficient rainfall in Tamil Nadu
  • `Madras Day' today
  • It's business as usual from day one
  • Farmers confident of good yield
  • Inflows into reservoirs across Krishna dwindling
  • Movement of essential commodities unaffected
  • Coimbatore rural development agency to turn paperless
  • Deletion probe report by August 31: Thomas
  • Linking of rivers only way out, says Vaiko
  • Clear-cut admission procedure soon: UGC
  • `Step up investment in English-speaking workforce'
  • Congress has crippled economy: BJP
  • Rise above party politics: Ramadoss
  • Suki Sivam honoured
  • ENGAGEMENTS
  • B.Ed. entrance test put off again
  • Issue ordinance to curb huge fees: PMK
  • Consumer Clubs in educational institutions soon
  • Postgraduate course in diabetes planned
  • Briefly

    Tamil Nadu - Others

  • Accent on renewable sources
  • Minorities panel confers with community leaders
  • 1510 works implemented in Chinnamanur panchayat union
  • Aid for medical student
  • Touch screen kiosk

    Tennis

  • Gold for Henin-Hardenne
  • Ajay and Akshita triumph
  • Karishma ousts Samrita
  • Agassi in last four
  • Zainab wins title

    Thanjavur

  • `Vaiko is a leader with a difference'

    Thiruvananthapuram

  • Police crack down on online lottery outlets
  • Mobile phone theft: four held
  • FRAT plea for compensation
  • Statue destruction: case registered
  • Around the City
  • In Tiruvananthapuram Today

    Thrissur

  • IRDP fair opens
  • Award for Sara Joseph, Innocent
  • Treatment for Giant cell tumour

    Tiruchi

  • Summer school for faculty improvement
  • Dalits writers cautioned against self-sympathy
  • NABARD-promoted Farmers' Club for village
  • Goods yard inspected
  • Around the City
  • In Tiruchi Today

    Tirunelveli

  • 1,300 irrigation tanks, channels will be renovated
  • An abundant catch triggers curiosity
  • Play equipment distributed

    Tirupati

  • Truckers' stir: movement of goods disrupted

    Udhagamandalam

  • Elephant rides in Mudumalai not now

    Udupi

  • `RTA cannot stop overloaded lorries'
  • Panel to press for more Urdu teachers in Udupi

    Vellore

  • `Help police in preventing illicit distillation'
  • Plan to instal lights in 200 houses in Vellore

    Vijayawada

  • UPA fails on all fronts: Venkaiah
  • MLA, transport official lock horns over `agents' issue
  • Telecom employees launch hunger strike
  • Power supply to be disrupted
  • LIC zonal meet from Oct. 3
  • IOB opens extension counter

    Visakhapatnam

  • Pollution control promised in Pharma City
  • LIC scheme to cover cane ryots
  • Literary bodies extend support to Arasam
  • Good response to gram sabhas in tribal villages
  • Truckers stir begins; marginal rise in prices
  • Around the City
  • In Visakhapatnam Today

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