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    Alappuzha

  • Fish wealth of River Pamba diminishing: study

    Anantapur

  • Ryots told not to disrupt bank work

    Andhra Pradesh

  • No talks without probe, say naxals
  • Telangana in one year, says TRS
  • Armed naxals roam at will in strongholds
  • All set for People's War meet in Vizag
  • Ex-IAS officer denies role in power project pact
  • GTB shareholders to move court
  • White paper on Rayalaseema sought
  • Government gives new postings to 41 DSPs
  • `Revival of Council will only burden State'
  • TDP for rollback of petrol price hike
  • CPI demands apology from KCR
  • Steps to fill posts in medical colleges
  • YSR's meet with Left parties on land reforms today
  • Truck driver crushed to death
  • Accused in murder case flees from police station
  • Dock workers call off strike
  • Auto drivers demand fare hike
  • Three die in road mishap
  • Briefly

    Andhra Pradesh - Others

  • Cabinet to discuss drought package for Mahabubnagar
  • Drop in calls to ryots' helpline
  • Housewife ends life

    Athletics

  • Venkateshwara and Saraswathi triumph

    Badminton

  • Daljeet bags a double
  • Kannan quells Ali's charge
  • Nimma advances

    Bangalore

  • For them, it turned out to be a `black Sunday'
  • Three arrested in murder case
  • Teenager ends life after spat with father
  • Man crushed to death
  • Admission crisis blows over
  • Around the City
  • In Bangalore Today
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    Basketball

  • Indian Juniors outsmarts AOC
  • Sports Hostel, SAI in final

    Bidar

  • Financial aid to minority candidates

    Bijapur

  • Silent protest against sale of liquor

    Business

  • Improved sentiment on bourses
  • Larger messages from the Global Trust saga
  • Status report on textile industry by February

    Carrom

  • India holds sway

    Chennai

  • 1,031 elementary schools to be upgraded
  • Explore options to cut purchase cost, panel tells power board
  • `Bureau puller' strikes after three-month lull
  • `Only few houses have proper rainwater harvesting structures'
  • `Restoration costs less than constructing new building'
  • West Mamblam residents seek subway, better roads
  • Bangladeshi national held over fake notes
  • Office shifted
  • Triplicane post office
  • Around the City
  • In Chennai Today
  • Readers' Mail

    Chess

  • Anand, Kramnik draw opening game
  • Sakthivel wins title
  • Manikandan takes title

    Cinema

  • Kumar comes to Hollywood

    Coimbatore

  • Fire prevention drive stepped up
  • Pollution Control Board plans 17 effluent treatment plants
  • Women still denied equal right to propertry
  • More districts under eri silk project
  • Around the City
  • In Coimbatore Today
  • Reporter's Diary

    Cricket

  • Sri Lanka triumphs over India
  • West Indies faces daunting task
  • Ten-wkt. win for India `A'
  • CS XI posts win
  • Four score centuries
  • Anand shines for AP Civil Services
  • Masseur gets marching orders
  • Four-wicket win for KSCA XI
  • Big win for Sam Babu XI
  • Asia Cup nets $19m profit

    Crossword

  • The Hindu Crossword 8051
  • Solution to puzzle 8050

    Cuddalore

  • Middle-level teachers seek arrears
  • Raise short or medium-term crop, farmers told

    Cuddapah

  • Councillors disrupt civic body meeting
  • Boy fatally run over

    Dindigul

  • `Globalisation led to loan culture'

    Editorials

  • RESERVATION CONTROVERSY
  • CEREMONIAL SEND-OFFS

    Erode

  • `State should decide on reducing interest rate on farm loans'

    Football

  • HAL enters final
  • Mohun Bagan defeats Sporting
  • Garhwal Heroes wins

    Front Page

  • Uncertainty over hostages' release / Mediator withdraws from talks
  • No confirmation, says India
  • CPI(M) to campaign against petrol price hike
  • Sri Lanka triumphs over India
  • WTO pact
  • JD(U) threatens to leave NDA if BJP revives Hindutva
  • Vajpayee for united NDA
  • No terms for talks with Naga rebels
  • Pawar warns dissidents
  • Tight security in Jamtara
  • Wipro boss in Fortune top 10 list
  • Church blasts in Iraq
  • Curfew relaxed in Manipur
  • New York on high alert
  • RJD worker shot dead

    Globescan

  • 18 wounded in Prague blast
  • Tiger on a stroll in New York
  • Animal rights activist faces ban

    Golf

  • Vijay Singh in the van

    Gulbarga

  • Dryland development essential: expert
  • Breastfeed infants to save them from diseases

    Guntur

  • TRS campaign irks Congress MLAs

    Haryana

  • Two killed, 24 injured in clash

    Hassan

  • Telemedicine in district hospitals soon

    Himachal Pradesh

  • Ban on polythene bags showing good results

    Hockey

  • SCR reasserts its supremacy
  • Brace by Mohsin

    Hubli

  • Anxious students heave a sigh of relief
  • HESCOM director dies of injuries

    Hyderabad

  • Minister orders clean-up of lake canals* Koneru non-committal on removing encroachments
  • No power supply
  • Plan to repair storm water drains cleared
  • A `fund'amental debate
  • Tearful farewell to Allu
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    India & World

  • Series of bilateral meetings with Pakistan

    International

  • New York on high terror alert
  • Five killed in Mosul blast
  • Democrats show no mercy
  • PLA stages parade in Hong Kong
  • Iran denies plan to build nuclear bomb
  • BNP to admit ethnic minorities

    Jharkand

  • Soren says BJP is trying to eliminate him

    Karimnagar

  • Man `axes' wife to death

    Karnataka

  • Janata Dal (U) may go it alone
  • State keen on common minimum wages to beedi workers
  • Cotton farmers in dilemma over imports
  • Security lapse to blame for cash disappearance?
  • Govt. to revive Bill on unorganised labour
  • `Dalits should learn English to get justice'
  • Teachers threaten contempt proceedings against Govt.
  • 280 acres sanctioned for Tumkur varsity
  • Officials taken to task at ZP meet
  • Centre to adopt new 20-point programme
  • Centre to be apprised of sea erosion
  • Rift in raitha sangha comes to the fore
  • No need of FDI, says Deve Gowda
  • CBI summons three officials
  • Veerashaiva MLAs felicitated
  • MCI deadline not applicable to dental colleges
  • One more TV channel for children
  • Deve Gowda's plea to Dharam Singh
  • Briefly

    Karnataka - Others

  • Journalists told to use simple language
  • `People should be aware of consumer laws'
  • Man killed in accident

    Kerala

  • New mechanism to deal with property destruction cases
  • A move that would affect investor confidence
  • Tribal healers script a success story
  • Fire Services left out in the cold
  • Row over world's `smallest' coin
  • Lakshadweep quota in AIEEE remains unfilled
  • Crucial PSC meeting today
  • `Kaya Taran speaks about dilemma of identity'
  • Bus operators' stir illegal: Minister
  • Call for concerted move against Express Highway
  • Medicos join hands to help fellow student
  • Antony has not sought MPs' help: JD(S) chief
  • Agitation entering second week
  • `Government not for any hasty decision'
  • Missing cash: CBI shifting focus to Mysore
  • Bus fire toll mounts to three
  • Traders threaten stir
  • Briefly

    Kochi

  • Criminal action against HIL recommended
  • GIDA starts work on four-lane road
  • Demand to drop Narendran report
  • Party workers will be taught to think above factions: Thennala
  • CPI(M) workers stop bid to fill paddy field
  • Renovated GH ward opened
  • Repair work: nursing classes suspended
  • New cultural forum
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    Kollam

  • Forum criticises misleading ads

    Kozhikode

  • NDF demand

    Leader Page Articles

  • A Communist rishi
  • A government settles in

    Letters to the Editor

  • Mass hunger
  • Soren case
  • Money against merit
  • Disrupting Parliament
  • Manmohan's gesture
  • A man of integrity
  • Unable to cope

    Madurai

  • Meenakshi Temple elephant runs amok
  • `Release outstanding dues to Sarvodhya sanghs'
  • `Regularise services of coop. employees'
  • `Expedite pillar renovation'
  • Office-bearers installed
  • Personality development programme
  • Around the City
  • In Madurai Today
  • Reporter's Diary

    Maharashtra

  • Pawar's message to fence-sitters

    Mangalore

  • Plan to relocate tribal people opposed
  • Revamped timekeeper system from today
  • Two drowned in wells
  • Two cows die in accident
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    Manipur

  • 15 protesters injured

    Nagercoil

  • Social security scheme for non-resident Tamils

    Nalgonda

  • Ten epidemic cells opened in Nalgonda
  • Hike in fuel prices: PM's effigy burnt

    National

  • India's wish list accepted at WTO
  • How the better half dies — II
  • Coordination panel to be finalised soon
  • Rights panel to target corrupt officials
  • Soren says BJP is trying to eliminate him
  • To save the whale shark
  • Centre will regulate prices of 300 drugs, says Paswan
  • BSNL to enter cable TV business
  • Integrated food law being planned
  • Amar Singh sought Vajpayee's help in `phone-tapping' issue?
  • Hiren Mukherjee cremated
  • UPA Government buckling under pressure: Vajpayee

    Nellore

  • `Surprise' visit shocks Lakshmi

    New Delhi

  • Budget session proves to be a damp squib
  • Nine auto thieves arrested
  • Metro tides over trouble
  • Empowerment scheme for the downtrodden
  • Jamia course on conflict studies
  • Bid to broad-base reach of courses
  • Urban doctors for rural healthcare project
  • MCD chief against proposals on house tax rebates
  • Man held for wife's murder
  • Around the City
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  • In The Capital Today
  • Readers's Mail

    News Analysis

  • Kashmir: Musharraf's deadline
  • Not an 'Arab-African' conflict

    Olympic Games

  • The Indian story of missing by the proverbial whisker

    Orissa

  • Child torture case: royal family member arrested

    Pathanamthitta

  • `Attestation office to be set up in Thiruvalla'

    Perambalur

  • Pest attack leaves onion growers in the lurch
  • Rs.33.77-lakh loans to be sanctioned to 2,127 persons

    Pondicherry

  • Self-help groups get loans
  • JIPMER employees want posts filled

    Punjab

  • 'Punjab will fight it out legally'
  • 'Anti-Punjab' tirade on waters issue decried
  • Centre behind Punjab move, says water activist
  • BKU honours Amarinder

    Racing : Motor

  • Rayomand Banajee reigns supreme
  • Vijay Kumar steals the show

    Raichur

  • `Separate grants required for midday meal scheme'

    Rajasthan

  • Jaipur company produces organic cotton
  • Acharya takes over as IDS chief

    Religion

  • Greatness of devotion

    Salem

  • `Rehabilitation of bonded labourers must be total'
  • Unions agree to carry eight children per auto
  • Periyar varsity VC urged to hold Syndicate poll

    Shimoga

  • No consensus on solid waste disposal in Shimoga

    Sports : General

  • Four doctors qualify

    Squash

  • `Popularity of squash on the rise'

    Table Tennis

  • Nikita in last eight
  • Titles for Jitender, Revathi
  • Double for Naveen

    Tamil Nadu

  • Judgment in admissions cases today
  • Arrears for pensioners to be paid in 3 instalments
  • Students fear litigation may prolong
  • Six months deadline for post office building restoration
  • No disinvestment plans for Madras Fertilizers: Paswan
  • DMK chief flays Jayalalithaa's views on minorities
  • Advocates oppose `draconian' notification
  • BJP opposed to `tainted' ministers in States too
  • Broiler prices likely to remain high
  • Briefly

    Tamil Nadu - Others

  • Red Cross Society plan to create AIDS awareness in 4 districts
  • `Inculcate reading habit'
  • Knitwear exporters bag orders from Canada
  • Importance of vermiculture stressed
  • Entrepreneurship campaign on August 10

    Tennis

  • It's Federer vs. Roddick
  • Binu retains title

    Thanjavur

  • Desiccated coconut powder units in doldrums

    Thiruvananthapuram

  • Attempt to waylay: four held
  • Punalur incident: Minister clarifies
  • Government to hold talks with students
  • In Thiruvananthapuram Today
  • Readers' Mail

    This Day That Age

  • dated August 2, 1954: India warns Portugal
  • dated August 2, 1954: Indo-China truce panel
  • dated August 2, 1954: Decameron

    Thrissur

  • `Private players have not improved insurance sector'
  • `Mohanan avoided commercial elements'

    Tiruchi

  • Rs. 80 crores for children's projects
  • `Opposition to direct funding for panchayats regrettable'
  • `Focus on success stories, struggles of panchayats'
  • Musiri panchayat to construct `ecological sanitation toilets'
  • Plea to reopen Ibrahim Park
  • Around the City
  • In Tiruchi Today
  • Reporter's Diary

    Tirunelveli

  • Funds for improvement of schools

    Tirupati

  • DTH by month-end: Prasar Bharati chief

    Udupi

  • Cyclist killed in accident

    Vijayawada

  • Land reforms will solve naxal problem: CPI
  • Woman constable accuses seniors of harassment
  • Vijetha Hospital floats charitable trust
  • Be united, Congress leaders told
  • CPI(M) to oppose deviation from CMP
  • Around the City
  • In Vijayawada Today
  • Readers' Mail

    Visakhapatnam

  • I highlighted city issues in Assembly: Dronamraju
  • Plea to promote greenery at Central Prison
  • Cement, steel dealers to form cooperative
  • Book fair gets under way
  • Rally against fuel price hike
  • Endowment Department team thrashed
  • Minor girl raped?
  • Around the City
  • In Viskakhapatnam Today
  • Readers' Mail

    Weather

  • Weather

    West Bengal

  • Trinamool bandh today

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