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Andhra Pradesh
Cong. trades charges with TDP, BJP
HYDERABAD, SEPT. 24. The State Assembly witnessed noisy exchanges for the second day running on Wednesday, over the multicrore-stamp paper scam with the BJP floor leader, K. Haribabu's remarks against former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, sparking ...
Krishna Yadav taken to Bangalore, grilled
BANGALORE, SEPT. 24. In a dramatic visit to the ongoing fake stamp paper racket controversy, the arrested Telegu Desam MLA, Krishna Yadav, was brought to Bangalore and interrogated for two days. The Special Investigation Team (SIT) of the ...
Other Stories

  • Volkswagen team arrives for talks
  • More water for Krishna delta
  • Owaisi puts his stamp on debate
  • TD strategy fails
  • AAI to be involved in developing airports
  • Farmers call off fast


    Andhra Pradesh-Hyderabad
    A day of rallies in Karwan
    HYDERABAD, SEPT. 24. The din and dust of electioneering ended in Karwan on Wednesday bringing the curtains down on the fortnight-long campaign. Hectic activity was seen in the constituency on the last day with all the principal contestants going ...
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  • Tight security
  • Police register case
  • A touch of tradition
  • Instant 'signal and response' saved the day
  • Vote BJP for progress, says Venkaiah Naidu


    Karnataka
    Gulbarga lawyers to end stir
    GULBARGA, SEPT. 24. The Gulbarga Bar Association (GBA) today decided to end its month-long boycott of court proceedings seeking a permanent Bench of the Karnataka High Court in Gulbarga, and to resume work on Friday. The Executive Committee of ...
    Medical seats exhausted
    BANGALORE, SEPT. 24. Medical seats offered to Karnataka quota students were exhausted on Wednesday at the Common Entrance Test (CET) Cell, which conducted the Casual Vacancy Round Seat Selection process. The last general merit seat was selected ...
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  • Proposal for improving border roads with Govt.
  • Stamp paper racket: TDP MLA interrogated
  • Work on Bangalore-Mysore Highway to begin shortly


    Karnataka-Bangalore
    High Court Judge gets hoax call
    BANGALORE, SEPT. 24.A judge of the Karnataka High Court received a call this morning saying that bombs had been planted in his residence and in the court hall over which he presides. The call was received at the residence of Justice K. Ramanna ...
    Glass House being renovated
    BANGALORE, SEPT. 24.About 3,000 square metres of high quality glass is being used for the restoration of the Glass House in Lalbagh. All the glass panes are being replaced at a cost of Rs. 3 crores. About 2,000 square metres of glass, and ...


    Kerala
    Spiritual strength is above all: Advani
    KOCHI, SEPT. 24.The Deputy Prime Minister, L. K. Advani, inaugurated the Golden Jubilee birthday celebrations of Mata Amritanandamayi here today, declaring that the profound spirituality of the Mata had elevated the people to the highest ...
    GO on fee structure for medical colleges stayed
    KOCHI, SEPT. 24. The Kerala High Court today stayed the operation of the Government Order fixing the fee for 50 per cent Government quota in self-financing medical colleges on a par with the fees charged in Government medical colleges. In a ...
    'Inter-faith network' to be formed
    KOCHI, SEPT. 24. A decision to create an `inter-faith unity network' for members of various religions to create a ``sustainable vision'' was taken at the Inter-faith Summit of Amritavarsham-50, the 50th birthday celebrations of Mata ...
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  • Criticism of KSSP may kick up a row
  • KSSP refutes Balanandan's charge
  • Protest against blocking of Yahoogroups
  • BPL to launch cellular phones
  • Appeal against ruling in Jayakrishnan case
  • 'Antony trying to evade crucial issues'
  • Sick unit revival fund proposed


    Kerala-Thiruvananthapuram
    BJP hartal near total in city
    THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, SEPT. 24. Stoning of public transport vehicles, forcible closure of shops and blocking of vehicular traffic marked the dawn-to-dusk hartal called by the BJP on Wednesday to protest against the murder of a district-level ...
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  • Police hunt for murder suspect
  • DYFI stages anti-helmet rally
  • Corporation: beggar-free zones on the cards


    Tamil Nadu
    Govt. proposal will hurt us: villagers
    CHENNAI, SEPT. 24. The sleepy panchayats of Thiruvidanthai and Thaiyur, near Chennai, in Kancheepuram district have woken up to media spotlight. But, far from seeing any cause for cheer, the villagers are articulating their resentment at the ...
    HC orders notice to CM on Elangovan plea
    CHENNAI, SEPT. 24.The Madras High Court today ordered notice to the Chief Minister, Jayalalithaa, and two others on a petition filed by the TNCC working president, E.V.K.S. Elangovan, seeking to quash a defamation complaint filed against ...
    Realisation in Mettur shows big deficit
    CHENNAI, SEPT. 24. A distress-sharing formula, worked out by the Cauvery Monitoring Committee (CMC), provides only 46 per cent of the inflow stipulated in the interim order of the Cauvery Water Disputes Tribunal for the period from June till the ...
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  • Chennai-Pondy shatabdi express proposed
  • CM's letter to PM draws flak
  • Speculation on TNCC leadership change
  • Caste Hindu-sponsored Dalits pull out of Keeripatti fray
  • Vaiko case posted for September 29
  • Foeticide prevalent in urban areas also
  • SC verdict tomorrow on TN plea against Gopal
  • Wrong handling by Centre will push delta into penury: ryots
  • All-party team to meet Vajpayee
  • Slow progress in ESMA cases


    Tamil Nadu-Chennai
    Row over drive to prohibit commuters crossing rail track
    CHENNAI, SEPT. 24. A recent drive by the Railways to enforce rules, which prohibit people from walking across railway tracks, at Perambur, has led to a controversy, on the ground that it was selective in application and harsh in ...
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  • Traffic police take action on petitions
  • Juice, soup sold on Marina not safe: Corpn.
  • Anxiety over new entry in phone bill
  • Auto driver admitted for eye surgery slips into coma, dies


    Pondicherry
    Steps to make Gorimedu ESI hospital a model
    PONDICHERRY, SEPT. 24. The Health and Labour Minister, E. Valsaraj, today discussed with the Chief Secretary, R. Padmanabhan, officials and the Employees' State Insurance Corporation authorities the modalities to be adopted for handing over the ...



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