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PW emissaries pull out of peace process
HYDERABAD, JULY 6. The killing of seven naxalites in police action recently in North Telangana had its impact on the ongoing peace initiative on Saturday when the People's War emissaries Varavara Rao and Gaddar dissociated ...
Govt. sees `direct talks' on the horizon
HYDERABAD, JULY 6.The Andhra Pradesh Government is confident that the CPI-ML People's War would send its leaders for direct talks, despite its emissaries disassociating themselves from the process of talks in protest against what the latter ...
CM goes through PR dept. files
HYDERABAD, JULY 6. Mystery surrounds the Chief Minister, N. Chandrababu Naidu's surprise visit to the Panchayat Raj Department in the Secretariat on Saturday a few hours after the Minister concerned, P. Srinivasa Reddy, denied the allegation that ...
Fancy vehicle numbers become costlier
HYDERABAD, JULY 6. The State Government has issued orders for enhancing the reservation fee for allotment of fancy vehicle numbers by the transport department by amending the A.P. Motor Vehicles Act rules from July 5. Accordingly, the ...
Use of stamp paper to be banned
BANGALORE, JULY 6. The Karnataka Government has decided to ban the use of stamp paper for registration of documents, including those related to property. To end the menace of fake stamp papers, the Cabinet took this decision at its meeting here ...
Panel pulls up VACB Director
KOCHI, JULY 6.The Justice V.P. Mohankumar Commission of Inquiry, probing the liquor tragedies at Kollam and Thiruvananthapuram districts in 2000, today pulled up the Vigilance and Anti-Corruption Bureau (VACB) Director, Hormis Tharakan, for not ...
Parking lot scam: Corpn. suspends officials
KOCHI, JULY 6.The Kochi Corporation today suspended two clerks for allegedly tampering with council records regarding the allocation of space at the Queen Mary parking lot, near the High Court junction. The suspension follows a major controversy ...
Facelift for Akkulam village
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, JULY 6. A Rs. 20-lakh musical fountain and cleaning of the Akkulam lake at a cost of Rs. 14 lakhs comprise the Rs. 47-lakh development works being undertaken by the District Tourism Promotion Council (DTPC) as part of giving a ...
AKPCTA on protest mode
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, JULY 6. The All Kerala Private College Teachers Association took out a march to the Secretariat and staged a dharna before it today to protest against the workload order issued by the authorities and the move to enact a common ...
Arrest, a matter of discretion
CHENNAI, JULY 6. The State Government is taking its own time to finalise the course of action, in consultation with legal experts, in the case against the MDMK leader, Vaiko, for his pro-LTTE outbursts. It remains to be seen how it will implement ...
Megalithic period urn found at Lalgudi
TIRUCHI, JULY 6. A burial urn of the megalithic period (1 B.C. to 1 A.D.) has been discovered at Bharathinagar, a residential area at Lalgudi by locals. Sahul Hameed, thasildar, rushed to the spot, and recovered the same. The residents who were ...
Criminal lawyer shot dead
CHENNAI, JULY 6. A leading criminal lawyer was shot dead from point blank range in the crowded Pondy Bazaar area of T.Nagar here, very close to a police station, at about 8.30 p.m. today. Madanagopal, 45, of Alandur was getting into his car, ...
5 old trees axed at Tiruvanmiyur
CHENNAI, JULY 6. Five avenue trees which are 50 to 60 years old and provided shade to people on Tiruvalluvar Salai in Tiruvanmiyur, were chopped today. The trees were axed to widen the road on the stretch, say residents. A few days ago, the ...
150 persons develop diarrhoeal disorders
CHENNAI, JULY 6. The influx of patients from parts of north Chennai to the Communicable Diseases Hospital, Tondiarpet, with diarrhoeal disorders is giving the Chennai Corporation health authorities a tough time, even as Metrowater struggles to ...
Let task force study Chennai investment potential: IDFC
CHENNAI, JULY 6. The Managing Director of the Infrastructure Development Finance Co (IDFC), Nasir Munjee, today suggested to the State Government that it set up a task force to examine the opportunities Chennai offered to investors and businesses ...
Exam results on web site
PONDICHERRY, JULY 6. The results of the final semester of the undergraduate and the Post Graduate courses, conducted by the Pondicherry University, in May last is available on the web site at Other Stories
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