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Prakasam barrage to be repaired in March
VIJAYAWADA, FEB. 26. The Central Water Commission (CWC) recommendation to the AP Genco to ``make separate arrangements'' for the cooling of units at the Vijayawada Thermal Power station (VTPS) and not depend on the Prakasam Barrage has set the ...
RTC union serves strike notice
HYDERABAD, FEB. 26. The APSRTC Transport Mazdoor Sangh has served a strike notice on the RTC management and called upon employees to go on a day's State-wide strike on or after March 12, demanding immediate payment of ex gratia and bonus for the ...
Not anti-incumbency voting: KPCC chief
BANGALORE, FEB. 26. The KPCC President, Allum Veerabhadrappa, has refused to accept the view that the result of the Kanakapura byelection was an anti-incumbency verdict. The reasoning of Mr. Veerabhadrappa is that the people who had voted for ...
Minister, 50 others may be chargesheeted
The Maharashtra Police are likely to chargesheet the Minister for Small-Scale Industries, S.R.Kashappanavar, and 50 others in connection with the forcible opening of the Auj Barrage across the Bheema. According to sources in the Police ...
Chance to put Rlys. back on track lost: Moily
The former Chief Minister, M. Veerappa Moily, has said that the Railway Minister, Nitish Kumar, has lost an opportunity to put the railways on the main track of the Indian economy. Reacting to the Railway Budget, Mr. Moily said in a statement ...
Kerala Plan size to be cut by 25 p.c.
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, FEB. 26. The Cabinet on Tuesday decided to cut the annual Plan size by 25 per cent. The Chief Minister, A.K. Antony, announced after the Cabinet meeting that the Plan size would now be reduced to Rs. 2,260 crores. The size ...
SSLC, Plus Two exams in April
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, FEB. 26. The SSLC and Plus Two examinations will be held in April. The dates would be announced later. The Chief Minister, A.K. Antony, told a press conference after a Cabinet meeting here today that the Government could not ...
Rly. budget neglects State: VS
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, FEB. 26. The Leader of the Opposition, V.S. Achuthanandan, has termed the 2002-'03 Railway Budget `anti-people' and accused the Centre of having neglected Kerala. In a statement here today, Mr. Achuthanandan said ...
Anti-Congress line hypocritical, says CPI
Deviating from the CPI (M)'s anti-Congress line, the Tamil Nadu CPI is pushing for a Congress-inclusive secular front, which will oppose both the DMK and the AIADMK. CPI leaders, who believe that any viable third front will have to involve the ...
Parents oppose formal tests to kindergarten classes
CHENNAI, FEB. 26. Even as the State Human Rights Commission has taken up the issue of collection of high fees by schools, parents and their wards seem to be concerned about the drill of admission interviews even for kindergarten ...
Income ceiling raised for BPL families
The Chief Minister, N. Rangasamy, today announced that the income ceiling to identify families under the below poverty line category had been raised to Rs. 24,000 a year from Rs. 15,000. He was distributing benefits of various schemes implemented ...
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