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46 naxals surrender before CM
HYDERABAD, APRIL 28. In one of the biggest-ever surrenders by naxalites in Andhra Pradesh, 46 members of the CPI(ML) Janashakthi gave themselves up to police in the presence of the Chief Minister, N. Chandrababu Naidu, on Sunday. Led by the ...
Naidu hits back at Sonia
TIRUPATI, APRIL 28.The Chief Minister, N. Chandrababu Naidu, on Sunday took strong exception to what he called misinformation and disinformation campaign launched by the AICC president, Sonia Gandhi, during her visit to Anantapur district on ...
`Dial your corporator' starts on encouraging note
HYDERABAD, APRIL 28. Just replace the word "CM'' with "Corporator'' and the programme looks very familiar. Only it is on a much smaller scale, the issues very local - water, road and drainage. The "Dial your corporator'' programme launched by ...
Iron scrap shop worker stabbed to death
HYDERABAD, APRIL 28. A worker of an iron scrap shop, Mohd. Sultan (35), was stabbed to death on Saturday midnight by an unidentified person while he was sleeping in his house in Mehmoodnagar, Kishanbagh. The victim's wife, Sameera, who tried ...
Ankana Bhavi blasts: conspiracy ruled out
TUMKUR, APRIL 28. The investigation of the Ankana Bhavi blasts case in which 11 persons were charred to death on April 18, is nearing completion. The Superintendent of Police (CoD), Hemanth Nimbalkar, who is the investigating officer, told The ...
BJP opposes writers' plea
BANGALORE, APRIL 28.The Bangalore unit of the BJP has opposed the request of some literary figures, stage artistes, and film personalities to the Chief Minister, S.M.Krishna (in picture), to allow the use of the premises of the Central Jail which ...
Anti-social stabbed to death near K.R.Market
BANGALORE, APRIL 28. A 25-year-old rowdy-sheeter was allegedly stabbed to death near City Market on Saturday night. Police said the victim, Benjamin, alias Selvakumar (25), a resident of Kalasipalya, consumed liquor at a wine store in ...
Party matters top CPI(M) panel agenda
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, APRIL 28. The CPI(M) State committee will begin a two-day meeting here on Monday, mainly to discuss organisational issues. This is the first extended session of the State committee after it was elected at the Kannur State ...
Varsity-Govt. spat over reversion order
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, APRIL 28.The `reversion' of 36 employees of the University of Kerala promoted after January 16, 2002, has generated considerable friction between the university and the Government even as the former begins to feel the ...
Street children getting hooked to inhalants
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, APRIL 28.The small group of street-children belonging to migrant families, camping near Spencer Junction in the city, are hooked to chemical solvents like liquid shoe-polish and adhesives, which contain addictive ...
Engineering fee structure: Panel report in a fortnight
CHENNAI, APRIL 28.The State-level fee revision committee for engineering and other technical education courses is likely to present its recommendations within a fortnight. This will enable the Government to notify a revised fee structure for ...
No party with conscience will prop up NDA Govt.: Mirdha
CHENNAI, APRIL 28. The Congress will not ask its former ally, the AIADMK, to reconsider its decision to stay neutral in Parliament during the censure motion against the Vajpayee regime. For ``those with even the slightest conscience'' would not ...
Fake coin manufacturing unit busted, two held
CHENNAI, APRIL 28. The busting of a fake coin manufacturing unit by the city police on Sunday could well be the tip of the iceberg, if the leads given by the accused are true. The police literally tripped on the case when they detained a ...
Pondy to institute award for journalists
PONDICHERRY, APRIL 28. The Pondicherry Chief Minister, N. Rangasamy, announced here today that the Administration had proposed to institute an award for journalists and the modalities of the scheme were being worked out. Replying to the ...
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