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    Anantapur

  • State denied its share from Tungabhadra HLC

    Andhra Pradesh

  • Regularisation of illegal power connections ruled out
  • No impact of watershed works on small farmers
  • Law to check sale of spurious seed on the way
  • Boy liberated from bonded labour
  • Pushkarams: Pollution Control Board plans awareness drive
  • Government order on doctors' recruitment to be reviewed: YSR
  • Two pilgrims fatally run over
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  • Nagam at the receiving end
  • TDP demands Minister's ouster
  • 4.14 lakh pumpsets in Tirupati region
  • Chief Minister loses cool
  • Water shortage makes farmers restive
  • Accused in theft case dies in hospital
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    Andhra Pradesh - Others

  • 14,000 farmers get fresh loans

    Assam

  • Commission warns Assam Rifles men

    Bangalore

  • Govt. blamed for spate of suicides
  • Hotel employees robbed in Koramangala
  • Hoody-HAL line snaps; blackout in some areas
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  • Chidambaram thanks steel units
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    Business

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    Chennai

  • Back-breaking chore takes its toll
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  • Nurse raped, murdered
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    Coimbatore

  • White Paper on Corporation functioning sought
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    Cuddapah

  • YSR's decisions on free power hasty, says TDP
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  • Demonstration on hybrid castor

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  • Two Russian planes crash, 90 killed
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  • Hubli court remands Uma Bharti
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  • Schools closed in Manipur
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    Globescan

  • Arrest after `intensive' probe
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    Gujarat

  • MLA suspended
  • Central team in State

    Gulbarga

  • `Recruitment to police force transparent'
  • Truckers' strike: supply of essential goods normal

    Guntur

  • Jewellery showroom opened

    Haryana

  • Punjab left with no excuse on SYL now: Chautala
  • Bansi Lal threatens stir for water

    Himachal Pradesh

  • Apple convoys to get police cover
  • Anti-War Day on September 1

    Hyderabad

  • No work, no smile for goods shed workers
  • Police struggling for clues in Loknath Shail case
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    India & World

  • Do not ignore Kashmiri Pandits: Pallone

    International

  • Al-Sistani may ease Najaf standoff
  • Hussain quits paving way for Shaukat Aziz
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    Jammu & Kashmir

  • National Conference prevented from tabling Bill
  • Mughal Road to come up in two years

    Kancheepuram

  • Inmates chase robbers away

    Karnataka

  • Police in dilemma over shifting Uma Bharti to Belgaum
  • BJP calls for bandh today
  • Police may not shift Bharti to Belgaum
  • Quarter tara's record at stake?
  • Ordinance on property tax planned: More
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  • Urdu students demand release of textbooks
  • Parimala Nagappa not to withdraw cases

    Kerala

  • SSLC grading system put on hold
  • PCB orders closure of 77 industrial units
  • `States should take decision on new engineering colleges'
  • Government told to reconsider decision
  • Court tells managements to admit students from merit list
  • Ombudsman orders `destruction' of stray dogs
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    Kochi

  • `New professional colleges to curb outflow of resources'
  • Standoff in Kalamassery municipality continues
  • CIAL dividend to be approved on August 31
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    Kollam

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    Madhya Pradesh

  • Gaur puts his new team in place
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    Madurai

  • Tenkasi-Rajapalayam section inauguration soon
  • Lorry owners to go on indefinite strike from today
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    Maharashtra

  • Schoolchildren remember Gateway blasts victims
  • Shinde's poser to Sangh Parivar on Savarkar

    Mangalore

  • TB emerging as second biggest killer
  • Auto drivers take out procession
  • BJP workers take to streets in Dakshina Kannada
  • Rivulet suspected to be source of rat fever
  • `65 per cent of sharks have disappeared due to pollution'
  • People oppose effluent treatment plant
  • Morcha hopeful of good response to bandh call
  • Varalakshmi Vratha tomorrow
  • Ban orders imposed

    Mysore

  • Tree ownership rights to growers may boost green cover
  • SAATHI to provide easy access to safe abortion
  • Private firm to market Dasara
  • Tight security for bandh in Mysore
  • Meeting of surgeons from Friday
  • College to launch new courses

    Nagapattinam

  • 309 cases settled at Lok Adalat
  • Develop communication skill, students told

    National

  • Chaos in medical admissions, says Supreme Court
  • Manmohan may meet Bush, Blair
  • BJP to launch nationwide campaign
  • Did Bharti violate the Flag Code?
  • Parliament session may conclude after approving Finance Bill
  • Manmohan threw memorandum on table: Fernandes
  • NDA's list of objections to budget proposals
  • Talaq issue: NCW to move Supreme Court
  • Radio 1942: A story of uncensored news
  • Not aware my Government decided to withdraw case: Krishna
  • Air Deccan's maiden low fare service to Delhi
  • Left concerned over price rise
  • Centre approves agreement on Asian Highways
  • Kuwait promises efforts to save hostages
  • J&K Bill: changes seek to put men and women on equal footing
  • It will take some more time: Minister
  • Work allocated to NRI Ministry
  • NCPUL Vice-Chairman replaced

    Nellore

  • Chaos marks aqua farmers' meet at Nellore
  • Nellore lawyers to boycott courts
  • MLA releases his year-long calendar

    New Delhi

  • Rain, waterlogging and power cuts
  • 7,400 poor students admitted to public schools
  • Standing panel takes Sheila head on
  • Kidney tumour removed through unusual surgery
  • Two held in murder case
  • Call to curb tent mafia
  • Chhatra Lok Janshakti joins hands with NSUI
  • New light on firing incident
  • Refund for defective water filter
  • BJP walk-out over Councillors' assets issue
  • Home Secretary summoned to explain delay in commissioning new jail
  • Four held for dacoities
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  • A fresh look at student politics

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  • Holland meets Australia in final
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  • Tsurtsumia upsets Gardner
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  • Kate Allen sprints to gold
  • Tough task for Bobby
  • A learning experience for Shah
  • Lesnichiy expelled
  • Taxi driver's gesture

    Pathanamthitta

  • Threat of hooch tragedy over south Kerala
  • 35 boats to participate in `Uthrattathi Vallamkali'
  • Two constables suspended from service

    Rajasthan

  • Minister appears in court, gets bail

    Religion

  • Devotion as the end

    Salem

  • Rs. 7.53 cr. for drought relief in Salem
  • SHG protest demanding basic amenities

    Sivaganga

  • BJP cadres arrested

    Tamil Nadu

  • 25,000 engineering seats may fall vacant
  • Writ appeals on admissions for third judge
  • Holistic education need of the hour
  • Delay dogs admissions
  • `Stakeholders must join hands to provide quality education'
  • BJP men held for burning Minister's effigy
  • `Opposition to blame for passing of Bill without debate'
  • Swamy plans seminar on Sri Lanka
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  • Towards sustainable development

    Tamil Nadu - Others

  • Few takers for manure produced by SHGs
  • Fast for permanent ban on granite quarrying
  • Indefinite strike

    Tennis

  • Hewitt wins opener

    Thanjavur

  • Govt. urged to restore control over sugar mill
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    Thiruvananthapuram

  • `Sarang' team arrives for air show
  • BSNL mobile network thrown out of gear
  • Milma to launch standardised milk, kulfi
  • Two killed in road accidents
  • Food festival
  • Around the City
  • In Thiruvananthapuram Today
  • An exhibition with a difference

    This Day That Age

  • dated August 26,1954: Liberation of Goa
  • dated August 26,1954: Shoots himself
  • dated August 26,1954: I-Day awards are not titles

    Thrissur

  • Onam celebrations to begin today

    Tiruchi

  • Laying of sewer lines to be completed by March next year
  • Law sought for SC/ST quota in private sector
  • Around the City
  • In Tiruchi Today
  • A feel of rural life

    Tirunelveli

  • Estimates panel visits TMCH

    Tirupati

  • Residents seek action against `land-grabbers'
  • Pavithrothsavam begins at Tirumala
  • Plan to check strays' population

    Tuticorin

  • Tension near Ettaiyapuram

    Udhagamandalam

  • Pachyderm keeps people on toes
  • Fast observed

    Uttar Pradesh

  • BJP, Congress ask Mulayam to sack Minister
  • Forced celibacy for zoo deers

    Uttaranchal

  • Petrol dealers' strike called off

    Vijayawada

  • Facelift for railway station
  • Revival of sick units: Minister promises help to entrepreneurs
  • Railways get ready for pilgrim rush
  • Eicher workshop inaugurated
  • SBI to provide free services to pilgrims
  • Around the City
  • In Vijayawada Today
  • Newspapers help improve language, students told
  • ANU faces more allegations of faulty paper valuation

    Visakhapatnam

  • `Entrepreneurs must learn to gauge change'
  • A vision for better eye-care
  • Seminar on design optimisation begins today
  • Pinninti's supporters target Murthy
  • LIC crorepathis honoured
  • Heavy rain lashes city
  • `Gurupuja mahotsavam'
  • Sri Krishna Deeksha from September 6
  • Vasavi fete next week
  • Two caught stealing at steel plant
  • Around the City
  • In Visakhapatnam Today
  • V-C's critics await decision of YSR

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  • Weather

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  • Two golds for Karnataka

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