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A.P. Governor apprised of `police excesses'
HYDERABAD, FEB. 27. The Congress has sought the intervention of the Governor, C. Rangarajan, in checking the ``deteriorating'' law and order situation with particular reference to police excesses on innocent persons. A delegation led by the ...
Govt. flayed for neglecting interests of weavers
The Government was put on the mat by the Opposition in the Assembly on Wednesday for neglecting the interests of the handloom weavers by not providing them employment and driving them to suicide. The Congress-I and the CPI (M) members grilled ...
Coop. banks' body flays campaign
The executive of the A.P. Urban and Town Cooperative Banks Association, which met here under the chairmanship of its president, M.Anjaneyulu, has deplored the "sinister propaganda'' being carried out by some Government authorities, commercial ...
PPA signed for Bellary thermal power plant
BANGALORE, FEB. 27. The Karnataka Power Corporation Ltd. (KPCL) today initialled a power purchase agreement (PPA) with the Karnataka Power Transmission Corporation Ltd. (KPTCL) for the coal-based 500 MW fast-track Bellary Thermal Power Station ...
State to get `decent share' in rly. plans
Vijayalakshmi Vishwanathan, Officer on Special Duty, South <149>Western Railways, Bangalore, said on Wednesday that the State should get a reasonable share in the plans of the Railways in the light of the new development formula announced by the ...
Muslims deserted Cong. in LS bypoll
As the Congress leaders go in depth into the cause of their failure to retain the Kanakapura Lok Sabha seat, it is becoming evident that the much talked of vote bank of the party has been penetrated by the JD(S) candidate, H.D. Deve Gowda. A ...
'Govt. staff have no right to strike work'
KOCHI, FEB. 27. The State Government today informed a Division Bench of the Kerala High Court that Government employees had no right to strike work since they had been taken out of the purview of the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947. In an ...
CPI flays Rly. budget
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, FEB. 27. The CPI State secretary, Veliyam Bhargavan, has accused the Centre of having discriminated against the State in the Railway budget. In a statement here today, Mr. Bhargavan said the budget would hurt Kerala most as ...
More bodies to join general strike
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, FEB. 27. More than 25 persons were arrested today from various parts of the State under Kerala Essential Services Maintenance Act, while 200 others were booked under various provisions of the relevant penal laws in connection ...
Eschew politics of hate: Jayalalithaa
CHENNAI, FEB. 27. Asking Opposition parties not to pursue the ``politics of hate,'' the Chief Minister-designate, Jayalalithaa, today called for support to the AIADMK Government's efforts at pulling Tamil Nadu out of a financial ...
Sasikalaa receives complaint copies in tea estate case
N. Sasikalaa, friend of the Chief Minister-designate, Jayalalithaa, today appeared before the Economic Offences court- I, Egmore, and received copies of the complaint in the `Kothagiri tea estate case', in which she has been charged with ...
MTC-Highways dept. stand-off takes a toll on bus shelters
CHENNAI, FEB. 27. The glow-sign bus shelters, sponsored by corporates and quasi-government organisations, are becoming popular. During this time, a stand-off between the Metropolitan Transport Corporation and the Highways department has resulted ...
Comprehensive education policy for Pondy soon
The standard and quality of education in the Union Territory will be toned up and a comprehensive policy is being finalised incorporating the views and suggestions of the experts, the Education Minister, K. Lakshminaraynan, said today. He was ...
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