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  • High Court calls for records of case against Uma Bharti
  • `Thousands of Umas will court arrest'
  • Govt. plans grand Dasara celebrations in Mysore
  • Little done to get Uma Bharti off the hook
  • Govts. urged to demarcate activities of panchayat bodies
  • Request for water under study: Prakash
  • Sampark Kranti to run daily from October 2
  • Ban order in Rabkavi following disturbances
  • Police heighten vigil for today's bandh
  • It's a spartan life for Uma Bharti
  • Proceedings against Poojary stayed
  • Poojary's appeal to Vajpayee, Advani
  • Regional railway timetable released
  • `Cabinet will discuss Bench issue'
  • `Bandh a failure'
  • Briefly

    Bangalore
  • Bifurcation plan put on ice again
  • Expert advice sought to tackle problems
  • 60-year-old woman set on fire
  • Traders threaten to down shutters
  • Grievance redressal day
  • Two labourers killed
  • Around the City
  • In Bangalore Today

    Belgaum
  • Sahitya Parishat election on Oct. 31

    Bellary
  • 280 couples tie the knot

    Hassan
  • Govt. yielding to pressures from capitalist forces: ABVP
  • Vegetable prices shoot up in Hassan
  • `Increase credit flow to agricultural sector'

    Hubli
  • Three private buses damaged

    Madikeri
  • Bajrang Dal leader shot at

    Mangalore
  • Schools, colleges to have eco clubs
  • Saldanha urges clergy to respect laity
  • Buses become easy targets during bandh
  • Poojary's largesse to zilla panchayat school
  • Ex-judge slams organisers of `bandhs'
  • `Campaign' against V-C condemned
  • Engagements
  • Pillion rider killed in accident

    Mysore
  • Tourist arrivals look up for Dasara season this year
  • Pharmacists' `blockade' of insulin criticised
  • JD(S) activist's house attacked
  • Japan keen on investing in Mysore
  • Theatre jatha today
  • Former Minister threatens stir over Kanakanakindi
  • Seer drowned in canal
  • Day of service of train changed

    Shimoga
  • Congress protests `politicisation' of case
  • Ashok Pai invited to Kannada convention in U.S.

    Udupi
  • Cases against Uma Bharti smack of vengeance: BJP
  • Three arrested on charge of cheating fishermen

    Others
  • Andhra Pradesh wants its quota released
  • Tungabhadra Board comes in for scrutiny
  • Fun Science Gallery to be opened today
  • Rs. 67 lakh additional relief for riot victims



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