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Kurnool coop bank faces liquidation
KURNOOL, APRIL 20. The hopes of well-wishers of the Kurnool Urban Cooperative Bank dashed with the Reserve Bank of India sticking to its earlier decision of rejecting the application for licence. In its latest order, the RBI pronounced that the ...
Tribals refuse food to naxals
NIZAMABAD, APRIL 20. People's War Group naxalites faced bitter experience at the hands of Gond tribals of Adilabad district when the latter flatly refused to offer them food and instead passed a resolution preventing their entry into the ...
Over Rs. 9-lakh penalty levied under cleanliness drive
HYDERABAD, APRIL 20. For the first time in the city, over Rs.9.15 lakhs has been collected as penalty from the people during the Clean Hyderabad Drive launched by the Municipal Corporation of Hyderabad from April 10 to 19, the Mayor, T. Krishna ...
Doubts over murder of BJP MLA's kin
HYDERABAD, APRIL 20. Several doubts are being raised over the murder of the bank employee, Narsimha Reddy. It is learnt that a slip, purported to have been written by naxalites demanding funds, was recovered from the car in which the body of ...
Price of PDS rice, wheat reduced
BANGALORE, APRIL 20. The State Government has revised the prices of rice and wheat sold through the public distribution system to the Above Poverty Line (APL) card holders. However, there is no change in the prices of foodgrains for the Below ...
BMP plans pass system for vehicles
BANGALORE, APRIL 20.The Bangalore Mahanagara Palike (BMP) has constituted special squads to monitor the parking system in Bangalore, and it is likely to introduce master passes for parking vehicles. These steps come in the wake of the parking fee ...
People should help take up relief work: Bangarappa
ANAVATTI (SHIMOGA DIST.), APRIL 20. The former Chief Minister and Shimoga MP, S. Bangarappa, said here on Saturday that it was his urge to mitigate the sufferings of the people in drought-affected areas in his native taluk of Sorab that prompted ...
Mining in Kudremukh to stop in 5 yrs.
BANGALORE, APRIL 20. The dog days seem to be over for the Kudremukh National Park (KNP), with the State Government now determined to stick to its commitment made in an affidavit before the Supreme Court that the Kudremukh Iron Ore Company Ltd. ...
'No parking fee at BMP markets'
BANGALORE, APRIL 20. If you are still paying parking charges at some of the BMP market places, the attenders may be making unauthorised collections. The BMP has made it clear that the Jayanagar Shopping Complex, SKR Market, Russell Market, and ...
Antony's silence suspicious, says VS
SANTHANPARA (IDUKKI DIST.), APRIL 20.The studied silence on the part of the Chief Minister, A. K. Antony, on the encroachment at Mathikettan Shola, raises serious suspicion regarding his covert connivance in the land grab now going on, the ...
Bid to target Mani will be defeated: Sudhakaran
KANNUR, APRIL 20. The Forest Minister, K. Sudhakaran, has said that attempts by the LDF to target the Revenue Minister, K. M. Mani, on the issue of the encroachment of Mathikettan Shola in Idukki district will be collectively resisted by the ...
Tribal development: threat to forests increasing
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, APRIL 20. The differences among the Forest, Cooperative and Tribal Welfare Departments are defying a solution despite conferences held early this week. At the same time, the threat to forests from the proposed plans for ...
Chhota Rajan gang member shot dead
CHENNAI, APRIL 20. A Mumbai gangster involved in several cases of extortion and also accused in the murder of the Nepal MP, Mirza Dilshad Beg, was shot dead by the police at Ekkatuthangal in south Chennai early this morning. Sanjay Ghate (31), ...
Is Chennai becoming a safe hideout?
CHENNAI, APRIL 20. The shooting of the Mumbai gangster, Sanjay Ghate, stated to be an associate of the Mumbai underworld don, Chhota Rajan, here this morning, has triggered concern among the police whether the city, which is reeling under a spate ...
Steps needed to control animal population
CHENNAI, APRIL 20. Is the excess population of animals in a zoological park getting to be more of a bane than a boon? This question is being confronted by zoo managers, biologists and the zoo veterinarians alike. The Central Zoo Authority of ...
Nominations to Pondy varsity Executive Council quashed
CHENNAI, APRIL 20. The nomination of four professors to the Executive Council of the Pondicherry University by its Vice-Chancellor has been quashed by the Madras High Court. Justice P.K. Misra, allowing petitions filed by the Pondicherry ...
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