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We will expose Naidu : A.P. Cong.
HYDERABAD, JULY 28. The issue of "unfulfilled promises'' of the Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister, N. Chandrababu Naidu, which could not be discussed in the just-concluded monsoon session of the Assembly, would be taken to the people, the Leader of ...
Naxal killed in encounter
GUNTUR, JULY 28. A local guerrilla squad (LGS) member of the Bellamkonda dalam of People's War, Bhagam Veeraiah, was killed in an encounter with the police in the early hours of Sunday. According to the Superintendent of Police, P.S.R. ...
State-level autonomous body soon to ensure temple rituals
VIJAYAWADA, JULY 28. The Endowments Minister, D Sivarama Raju, on Sunday said that the Government would soon set up an autonmous State level advisory council for ensuring proper conduct of pooja and other rituals in temples as ordained in the ...
Night workers on city roads to be provided fluorescent jackets
HYDERABAD, JULY 28. The Municipal Corporation of Hyderabad (MCH) has procured fluorescent jackets for use by the 1,620 night workers involved in sanitation works in the twin cities. Also, fluorescent signboards will be used on the roads to ...
State to strengthen Excise Department
BANGALORE, JULY 28. As a major step to strengthen the Excise Department and to ensure effective enforcement of the rules, the Karnataka Government has given the green signal for the recruitment of 250 sub-inspectors and 388 guards, and drivers. ...
AICC appointment sparks a row
BANGALORE, JULY 28. Even while all attention in the Congress Bhavan is riveted on the reported unwillingness of the KPCC President, Allum Veerabhadrappa, to continue in office and the choice of his successor, there is some unrest over an ...
Six injured in roof collapse
BANGALORE, JULY 28. Six persons, including a woman, were injured when the roof of a house, which was under construction, collapsed on Sunday afternoon on Vaishnavi Road near Babausabpalya in Hennur Police Station limits in Bangalore. Police ...
Govt. asked to recover cess from BMP
BANGALORE, JULY 28. The subject committee of the legislature on Housing and Urban Development has asked the Government to direct the Bangalore Mahanagara Palike (BMP) to remit the health cess, library cess, and other cess which it had collected, ...
Power cut looms large over state
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, JULY 28.The spectre of a power cut looms large over Kerala in view of the poor monsoon, which has turned the storage of water in the hydel reservoirs of the State rather precarious. The Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB) ...
Panel asks KWA to earn more, cut costs
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, JULY 28.The expert panel on restructuring the Kerala Water Authority (KWA) has suggested a three-pronged strategy involving realisation of higher revenue, reduction in expenditure and better service delivery to achieve ...
'A raw deal to Malayalam cinema'
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, JULY 28. The noted directors, Lenin Rajendran and Harikumar, have said the national film awards jury has given a raw deal to Malayalam cinema. Participating in an open forum on `National film awards - 2002' held as part of ...
The evil system won't tumble down
CHENNAI, JULY 28. Despite police action against the practice of untouchability in tea shops of rural Tamil Nadu, several shopkeepers, under pressure from caste Hindus, continue with the discriminatory ``two-tumbler'' system. In the caste-riven ...
Political control leaves cooperatives sick
CHENNAI, JULY 28. Excess staff strength, political interference, misappropriation of funds and poor collection of dues have left many cooperative institutions, especially primary agricultural banks and supermarkets, in the State tottering. ...
'Adopt scientific approach to fix fair auto fare'
CHENNAI, JULY 28. In a rare display of unity, leading autorickshaw unions and consumer organisations have jointly suggested a scientific approach towards fixing autorickshaw fares to benefit both consumers and drivers, on Saturday. ``It is ...
Promote ecotourism: report
PONDICHERRY, JULY 28. The Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan brought out by the School of Life Sciences of the Pondicherry University, a nodal agency, appealed to the Territorial Administration to promote ecotourism to encourage eco-friendly ...
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