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Govt., PW to meet again on June 20
HYDERABAD, JUNE 9. Representatives of the People's War and the Government today decided to meet again on June 20 to continue to discuss the modalities for a dialogue. The PW representatives, Varavara Rao and Gaddar, wanted the Government to ...
Foreigners leave city with heavy heart
HYDERABAD, JUNE. 9.Several British and Scottish nationals who had made the city their home for the past year or two went back a dejected lot as the war clouds gathered over the Indian skies. Not the ones to take a chance, they moved out following ...
KPTCL.com: redundant and laggard
BANGALORE, JUNE 9.Why have KPTCL.com when four companies have been launched for distribution of power? Is there any need for the website as the power utility has been so split?
`Emperor of Temples' crying for attention
RAICHUR, JUNE 9. The 12th Century Mahadeva Temple at Itagi in Koppal District with splendid sculptures is said to be one of the finest examples in the country in respect of magnificence and decorative details. The exquisitely carved walls and ...
IT industry concerned over travel warnings
BANGALORE, JUNE 9. The recent travel advisory warnings by the U.S. and European governments bode ill for the Indian IT industry. Several City-based IT companies have expressed concern over the long-term impact of the Indo-Pak tension on the ...
The `saviour' of Ilkal slum-dwellers
BANGALORE, JUNE 9. Slum-dwellers of Ilkal town have a crusader in their midst, and they consider her their "saviour". Sumitra P. Rajput, an activist of the Karnataka Kolageri Nivasigala Samyukta Sanghatane (KKNSS) and member of the Ilkal Town ...
Alexander could be a tough choice for State
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, JUNE 9. If the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) goes ahead and nominates the Maharashtra Governor, P.C. Alexander, for President, it could present Kerala with some difficult choices. In the normal course, the best that Mr. ...
Ration dealers to down shutters on July 1
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, JUNE 9. Ration dealers led by the Kerala State Retail Ration Dealers Forum have decided to keep their shops closed on July 1.
Telegraph men set to turn part of history
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, JUNE 9.Telegraph men who had spent a major part of their life delivering messages will soon become a part of history. With the extensive use of e-mail and STD, telegram is no more a popular mode of communication and this genre ...
Flood control project lagging
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, JUNE 9.The flooding of low-lying areas in Thampanoor and East Fort following the heavy showers on Friday night have exposed the failure to coordinate the activities of various Government departments and agencies involved in ...
Rank discrimination: vocational students seek justice
MADURAI, JUNE 8. Vocational group students are feeling piqued at the Government's ``step-motherly attitude'', denying them due recognition for academic achievements in the Plus-Two examinations. Their complaint is that prioritising subjects for ...
DMK, PMK discuss future strategies
CHENNAI, JUNE 9.
Key traffic solutions in limbo
CHENNAI, JUNE 9. Caught in the crossfire of conflict between the AIADMK Government and the Chennai Mayor, key city traffic solutions estimated to cost about Rs.190 crores are in a state of `coma' for almost a year. As part of the CMDA's ...
Enclosures for birds, reptiles soon in Vandalur zoo rescue centre
CHENNAI, JUNE 9. Separate enclosures for birds and reptiles have been created at the Rescue and Rehabilitation Centre, located near the Arignar Anna Zoological Park (AAZP), Vandalur. These enclosures will be opened soon. The new reptile house ...
Two killed in NCC glider crash
CHENNAI, JUNE 9.A powerless National Cadet Corps glider crashed at the Tambaram Air Force Station today killing an Indian Air Force officer and an NCC girl cadet. The police identified the deceased as G.S.Baweja (48), Group Captain, who is also ...
`Ragpickers can be catalyst to cleaner environment'
CHENNAI, JUNE 9. They are branded as ``trouble makers'' despite the important role that they play in segregating the reusable waste from garbage. If only they refrained from burning waste at the garbage dumping or transfer yards, the ragpickers ...
Pondy cultural festival concludes
PONDICHERRY, JUNE 9. The three-day annual cultural festival `Fete De Pondicherry' held for 15th year in succession by the Department of Art and Culture came to a close today with the Education Minister, K. Lakshminarayanan, ...
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