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Anantapur

  • Three fake Vigilance cops held
  • Appointed SKU Rector

    Andhra Pradesh

  • Ban on People's War lapses
  • Women's panel critical of State Government
  • `Godavari action plan' on the anvil
  • Cloud-seeding fails to take off after launch
  • IAS officer to probe temple land occupation: Minister
  • Farm power connections: Rosaiah sticks to his guns
  • Proposed Chemplast unit under scanner
  • No politics in our visit: Naidu
  • New postings for 35 ASPs
  • Refinancing of ryots brooks no delay: TDP
  • It's communication gap
  • TDP stages walkout
  • Changes in Seed Act soon
  • Three farmers end lives
  • All-party team leaves for Delhi
  • Quota for Muslims decried
  • Briefly

    Andhra Pradesh - Others

  • Adilabad gears up for `Palle bata'
  • Water scarcity acute in school
  • Bankers told to convert loans
  • `No irregularities in award of contract for CM's residence'
  • Vital clues obtained in robbery case
  • Transport official thrashed

    Badminton

  • Amar is champion
  • Three AP players bag bronze

    Bangalore

  • Youth `stabs himself' in police station, dies
  • Traffic curbs for President's visit
  • Distribution of business directory
  • Two killed in road accident
  • Vehicle towing charges doubled
  • Body found
  • UTI Bank opens new branch
  • Around the City
  • In Bangalore Today
  • Centralised counselling for CET favoured

    Barometer

  • Exchange rates
  • Bullion rates

    Belgaum

  • Crackdown planned against organised crime
  • EDUSAT project to be launched in September
  • Journalist passes away
  • New DC for Belgaum
  • New DC for Belgaum

    Briefly

  • Birlas, Lodha maintain silence
  • CalPERS registers as FII
  • VC fund for real estate
  • Airtel launches new portal
  • Windshield Experts to expand
  • ITC launches new biscuit
  • Lok Adalat to settle NPAs
  • LVB in pact with ICICI Infotech
  • Award for FICCI
  • Progeon, Aceva join hands
  • AP Paper to get $35m loan from IFC
  • AirTel in pact with Micro Technologies
  • Two schemes from Birla Sun
  • Su-Kam's home UPS system
  • SAIL units maintain production
  • Hero Honda SBI co-branded card
  • Aventail introduces new product
  • U.S. order for FCS Software

    Business

  • Tatas to use TCS proceeds for promoting group companies
  • Marketmen greet modified transaction tax
  • Fischer sees big scope for trade with India
  • Exports shoot up 34 p.c. in June
  • Britannia Industries net profit up
  • Rupee weakens further
  • Sensex gains 36 points
  • National Insurance to launch innovative products
  • BOC plans unit in Hyderabad
  • New coaches from Irizar TVS
  • HDFC to buy stake in Intelenet

    Chennai

  • Businessman's house at Tirumangalam burgled
  • Wildlife cases not handed over to forest authorities
  • End preventive detention of women, police told
  • `Submit data for social security cards before September 30'
  • Traffic hit in Padi as sewer line bursts
  • Programme to raise funds for families of fire victims
  • Part-time workers want full-time jobs
  • Air Mauritius aircraft grounded
  • 3 die in septic tank
  • Minority delegation to meet Manmohan
  • Around the City
  • In Chennai Today

    Chess

  • FIDE to revamp World Cup
  • Venkatesh claims title
  • Ponomariov downs Sasikiran
  • Vikyath triumphs

    Coimbatore

  • First open heart surgery
  • Valparai eco programme to be over soon
  • Shops down shutters
  • Dharna
  • Around the City
  • In Coimbatore Today
  • Develop need-based approach

    Cricket

  • India slips to fifth spot
  • Can Lara's boys halt England's run?
  • A stroll in the park for India
  • Umpires not restrained from `calling' bowlers
  • Sri Lanka romps home with plenty to spare
  • Six-wicket win for Jai Bhagawathi
  • Innings win for Globe Trotters
  • Mithun and Anand dazzle
  • Match referees: BCCI to specify clear norms
  • RWF enters final
  • Narrow win for Mumbai
  • It's Baldwins vs. FAPS
  • Innings win for Visakhapatnam
  • Legislators win

    Crossword

  • The Hindu Crossword 8042
  • Solution to puzzle 8041

    Cuddalore

  • Cuddalore gesture to fire victims

    Cuddapah

  • CPI leader opposes separate Rayalaseema
  • State flayed for `tardy promotion' of Urdu
  • `Girijans losing livelihood due to killing of pigs'

    Dindigul

  • Rs. 68,000 for fire victims

    Editorials

  • SEIZE THE OPPORTUNITY
  • ONCE MORE TO THE WTO TABLE

    Football

  • Argentina cruises into final
  • East Bengal, Bagan post contrasting wins
  • Qatar holds Bahrain
  • Taddu shines
  • Madurai in last eight
  • MNU Jeyaraj Nadar in semifinals
  • Pricol SC emerges champion

    Front Page

  • India, Pakistan agree on `sustained dialogue'
  • Transaction tax modified
  • 'Plans ready to tackle drought'
  • Three Indians among six taken hostage in Iraq
  • Police party ambushed
  • Soren's house searched
  • Directive to NCERT
  • Norms for soft drinks
  • U.S. military toll 900
  • Easy win

    Golf

  • Glorious day for Misra

    Gulbarga

  • Students lobby for 75:25 seat-sharing arrangement

    Guntur

  • Merit student needs a push
  • Naxal fiat behind man's suicide?
  • Seed dealer detained under Preventive Detention Act
  • Found dead

    Haryana

  • Congress ultimatum a political stunt, says Minister
  • More buses for Roadways fleet

    Hassan

  • Farmers welcome budget measures
  • KRRS to help Gangooru Dalits
  • `Seek expert advice to tackle fluorosis'
  • Surplus budget presented for Arsikere TMC
  • Four arrested on murder charges

    Hockey

  • Is the IHF decision preposterous or pragmatic?
  • Anger and anguish pour over Rajinder episode
  • SCR to play Artillery Centre for title
  • SAI Hostel in quarterfinals
  • St. Joseph's posts win
  • ASC registers win

    Hyderabad

  • Engineering counselling for open category begins today
  • Rules a stumbling block for reopening of abattoirs?
  • Bapu art gallery for NTR Gardens
  • Criminal cases against Somaraju, Kakarla
  • Cheating case against TV channel chief
  • NABARD workshop on bio-fuels
  • Around the City
  • In Hyderabad Today

    India & World

  • Devananda's gesture
  • Natwar Singh, Kadirgamar review ties

    International

  • SAARC meet resolves to fight terrorism
  • An inalienable right, says Israel
  • Vote gets overwhelming support
  • Putin for boosting Russia's role in CIS
  • Arroyo defends Iraq pullout
  • Worth the wait on a trekking trail
  • A new theory on black holes
  • Coming soon: `Bride and Prejudice'
  • U.S. toll in Iraq reaches 900
  • Riot in U.K. asylum centre
  • Fox News faces a challenge
  • China frees whistle-blower
  • U.S. vigilantes' leader claims Pentagon support
  • An honest mistake: Berger
  • MEP's views on women raise hackles
  • Soldiers convicted for Fiji mutiny
  • Relief for family-based immigrants to the U.S.

    Jammu & Kashmir

  • J&K plans to revolutionise villages with highest ever Central aid

    Judo

  • Vijender Singh takes title

    Kancheepuram

  • Total sanitation scheme implemented successfully at Nedungal

    Karimnagar

  • Quota for Muslims opposed

    Karnataka

  • Admissions: Govt. to involve Opposition leaders in talks
  • Rajkumar recovering
  • Fee structure for seven colleges fixed
  • Polytechnic staff to get salaries soon
  • Film industry divided on ways to draw Govt.'s attention
  • `State getting caught in a debt trap'
  • Govt. failed to verify lottery sales: CAG
  • Coalition Govt. has failed people: CPI(M)
  • Five die in Udupi road accident
  • Sanction for five new PG courses sought
  • President to inaugurate Purandara Bhavan
  • Bhadra project to cost Rs. 2,813 crores
  • SFI calls for college bandh on July 29
  • Youths raise slogans for dole
  • Briefly

    Karnataka - Others

  • Goa CM offers to quit if graft is proved
  • Clean roads greet Lokayukta in Molakalmuru
  • Panchayat's plea to Govt.
  • Boats defy fishing ban
  • NABARD favours enhanced lending for agriculture

    Kerala

  • Antony rules out hike in bus fares
  • SSLC norms to be amended
  • LDF walkout over college fee issue
  • VS expresses reservations over Express Highway
  • Administration of DEC: plea dismissed
  • `Government bid to check encroachments ineffective'
  • Left not to allow privatisation of airports
  • Notice to school authorities in contempt case
  • LDF walkout over college fee row
  • Farmers' plight: Cabinet panel to meet Manmohan
  • Fall in rate of increase in State debts
  • Three of a family commit suicide
  • Engineering: seat allotment to begin on August 2
  • Lease rent: Mani tables records
  • CAP: 384 get admission
  • Engineering courses: schedule for CAP
  • Briefly

    Kerala - Others

  • Pakistani visitors interact with officials
  • A panchayat facing threat of extinction
  • A-I flight makes emergency landing

    Kochi

  • Row over fees at nursing college
  • New railway station entrance: talks held
  • Around the City
  • In Kochi Today
  • Chronicling history of journalism

    Kollam

  • Poor response to sitting by police panel
  • Bid to reach banking facilities to rural poor
  • One killed, 35 injured in accident

    Leader Page Articles

  • Time to renew the Congress
  • Afghan electoral delays

    Letters to the Editor

  • Bhopal tragedy
  • Quota for Muslims
  • Godhra probe
  • Punjab's move
  • Kumbakonam fire

    Madikeri

  • Bus operators in Kodagu to stage protest
  • CPI(M) extends support to growers' struggle

    Madurai

  • CM may not attend function
  • Weavers take out silent procession
  • Explosives, weapons seized
  • Head constable held
  • PAN service provider
  • Power shutdown
  • Around the City
  • In Madurai Today
  • Understanding Union Budget

    Mangalore

  • Environmental group opposes coal-based power project
  • Meeting on semester system to be held today
  • Burglars take away cash from office
  • Mayor cautions people against littering
  • Hoteliers against publicising raids
  • Cultural convention
  • 18,97,730 people in Dakshina Kannada
  • MLA seeks investment for Mangalore
  • Power cut on Sunday

    Mysore

  • D. Salhundi farmers boost jowar yield
  • North Gate of Mysore Palace becomes a hotbed of protests
  • KSRTC Mysore Division registers Rs. 1.33-cr. profit
  • People protest against collection of parking fee
  • `Tarang' in Mysore on Sunday

    Nalgonda

  • Collector asks banks to reschedule loans by July 25
  • Hospital ransacked after patients' death
  • Rice diversion: criminal case against six persons

    National

  • Chidambaram holds on to FDI limits
  • Heat over reference to 'dust'
  • Surprise Sena nomination
  • President prays for Children
  • Where is Soren, ask Opposition members
  • Presiding Officers informed
  • Congress, Trinamool rallies in Kolkata
  • 40 feared drowned in Bihar
  • Hearing of Soren's plea today
  • Flood waters enter Guwahati
  • Sonia's help sought to enact Freedom of Information Act
  • WTO: consensus on strategy
  • Delhi police offer to help
  • Gujarat expands scope of Nanavati panel
  • Vidarbha farmers' hopes belied
  • Woman killed in clash
  • NCERT asked to initiate 'action for curriculum renewal'
  • For a replica of Tagore's medallion
  • Now, taxi jingles in Kolkata
  • Environment clearance procedure simplified
  • Army orders probe
  • Two government offices set ablaze
  • CBI to probe grant of bail for MP
  • Farmers asked not to transplant paddy till monsoon revives
  • E.U. norms for water used in soft drinks
  • Assert your authority, Fernandes tells Manmohan
  • You can fly to Delhi for Rs. 700
  • Move to ensure hostages' release
  • Dasmunshi dares CPI(M)

    New Delhi

  • Tobacco sellers see little caution ahead
  • Delhi to get more flyovers, an extra bridge, power plant
  • Businessman conned, one held
  • Elderly man shot, robbed in broad daylight
  • A 100-crore computer project for schools
  • MCD's e-governance gets Infosys boost
  • BJP members disrupt L-G's address
  • Children's death not `unprecedented'
  • Godown robbers' gang busted
  • Councillors see red in deal with Sulabh
  • Customs agents end strike
  • Post boxes, post bags available
  • Heroin seized, two arrested
  • Three more cops suspended
  • Old history books from next year
  • Supreme Court direction on `cash for warrants' scam
  • Around the City
  • Briefly
  • In The Capital Today
  • Varied options before students

    Nizamabad

  • Officials in a fix over `poisoning' charge against teacher

    Obituary

  • Obituary

    Pathanamthitta

  • Sanitation workers' stir ends
  • Hundreds witness `Utsavabali'

    Pondicherry

  • No dole for the jobless: Valsaraj
  • Discipline a must on school campus: Minister
  • Fishermen to get subsidy for diesel
  • Interest on farm loans reduced
  • Shops to remain closed today

    Punjab

  • Punjab spurns PM's advice, transfers 25 bureaucrats

    Rajasthan

  • Spying issue rocks House
  • Study to decide on SEZ in Bikaner
  • Villagers speak up against sarpanch

    Ramanathapuram

  • Rehabilitation assistance given

    Religion

  • Devotion holds the key

    Salem

  • Revamping under way
  • Inter-religious prayers mark homage to fire victims

    Shimoga

  • Phones in Shimoga set to change
  • 69-year-old elephant gives birth to male calf
  • IT dealers stage protest

    Sports : General

  • Indian boys within striking distance of leaders
  • Watch out, U.S. is picking up
  • Arun moves up
  • Good news for karting enthusiasts
  • Talents get tips from Carl Lewis

    Squash

  • Arcucci, Ghosal advance

    Table Tennis

  • China sweeps team titles

    Tamil Nadu

  • DPA to boycott budget debate
  • Another girl succumbs to burns, toll 91
  • Actors to give counselling
  • Ali pulled up officer for freezing agency account: CBI
  • Varsity order on pay scales stayed
  • Verification in Villupuram sub-treasury
  • Thatched roofs go, classrooms deserted
  • Student donates pocket money
  • Collector warns asbestos dealers
  • Briefly
  • To be effective communicators
  • `Bio-farming is beneficial'

    Tamil Nadu - Others

  • 50 schools asked to take safety measures
  • Orders issued to install fire safety materials
  • Fervour marks Andal Temple car festival
  • 10 huts gutted at Kattupakkam

    Tennis

  • Srichaphan advances
  • No sweat for Dipti
  • Seeds have it easy

    Thanjavur

  • Large crowd gathers to see film stars

    Thiruvananthapuram

  • Marches throw traffic out of gear on MG Road
  • Pakistani delegation lauds civic bodies
  • One killed, five hurt in separate accidents
  • Anti-ADB protest was stage-managed: UDF
  • Attack case: polygraph test likely
  • Cable fault hits phone users
  • Land for terminal to be handed over
  • Around the City
  • In Thiruvananthapuram Today
  • `Add-on-Course' to improve skills

    This Day That Age

  • dated July 22, 1954: Indo-China war to end
  • dated July 22, 1954: Curbs on 'Baluch Gandhi'
  • dated July 22, 1954: Congress directive to CMs

    Thrissur

  • Government Press employees' plea

    Tiruchi

  • Traders down shutters to pay homage
  • `Samajwadi Party will oppose FDI in 3 sectors'
  • Around the City
  • In Tiruchi Today
  • Accent on academic development

    Tirupati

  • `Road on road' raises eyebrows in temple-town
  • Police initiate steps to regulate traffic
  • TTD gesture to accident victim
  • TTD allots shops to the displaced

    Udupi

  • `Yoga helps shape character of students'
  • Demand for repair of State Highway stretch

    Uttar Pradesh

  • Mulayam Government must go: Tripathi

    Uttaranchal

  • Samajwadi Party to stage dharnas

    Vellore

  • Head constable killed in accident

    Vijayawada

  • RTC to operate 2,280 buses for Pushkarams
  • TDP stages rasta roko in Krishna delta
  • Man succumbs to stab injuries
  • Around the City
  • Stage set for counselling
  • Loyola enters Golden phase

    Visakhapatnam

  • BJYM demands arrest of principal
  • Official lists steps for safety in schools
  • Businessman murdered
  • Guidelines for anganwadis
  • Around the City
  • In Visakhapatnam Today
  • Hostels resume normal functioning

    Volleyball

  • FIVB official impressed by facilities

    Warangal

  • Centre to fund drainage system in Warangal

    Weather

  • Weather

    West Bengal

  • Film director undeterred by threats

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