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Dacoit shot dead in encounter
CUDDAPAH, OCT. 19. The dacoit, Kodati Venkatakrishna (28) alias Dileep alias `Olive Green Jinnah,' who fired at the police and escaped , was shot dead by the Nalgonda police on the outskirts of Cuddapah town in the early hours of Saturday. ...
'Preminchu', best film for 2001
HYDERABAD, OCT. 19. "Preminchu,'' produced by D. Ramanaidu, has been adjudged the best feature film for the year 2001. Announcing the A.P. State Nandi Awards here on Saturday, the Minister for Cinematography, T. Devender Goud, and T.L.Kantha Rao, ...
PCC endorses free power promise
HYDERABAD, OCT. 19. The executive of the Andhra Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) has endorsed the promise of free power to the farmers with none of the speakers raising any dissenting voice at its meeting here on Saturday. This ran contrary to ...
No change in stand on water release to TN
BANGALORE, OCT. 19.The State Cabinet today stuck to its earlier decision to refrain from releasing Cauvery waters to Tamil Nadu since the storage in the four major reservoirs in the Cauvery Basin in the State was not adequate for the standing ...
M.D. Singh to take over from Sangliana
BANGALORE, OCT. 19. The Government on Saturday appointed the Additional Director-General of Police (Crime and Technical Services), M.D. Singh, as the Police Commissioner of Bangalore. The outgoing Commissioner of Police, H.T. Sangliana, will hand ...
SHGs herald silent revolution
BANGALORE, OCT. 19. Tulsamma of Garudanahalli in Siddlaghatta taluk of Kolar District was a daily-wage worker earning Rs. 25. Today, she earns Rs. 3,000 a month and saves Rs. 500. Khatizabi, a beedi worker, now runs a roadside hotel at ...
No restrictions on digging of wells
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, OCT. 19.The Minister for Water Resources, T.M. Jacob, here today clarified that the Government did not propose to introduce any restrictions on digging of open wells in most parts of the State. Noting that an official ...
BJP comes a poor third in island polls
KOZHIKODE, OCT. 19.In spite of its high voltage campaign, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has failed to open its account in the two-tier panchayat elections in the Union Territory of Lakshadweep. The elections results, officially announced ...
No symbolic protest this: forum
CHENNAI, OCT. 19.Articulating their protest against the Tamil Nadu Prohibition of Forcible Conversion of Religion Ordinance, minorities and Opposition parties today staged a massive demonstration in Chennai and all over the State. "This is not ...
CM is only toeing BJP line: Chidambaram
SALEM, OCT. 19. Promulgating the Prohibition of Forcible Conversion Ordinance, the Jayalalithaa Government is only implementing the BJP agenda, P. Chidambaram, Congress Jananayaga Peravai leader, told presspersons here on Saturday. There never ...
Vajpayee also shirking responsibility: CJP
SALEM, OCT. 19. The Karnataka Chief Minister, S. M. Krishna's stand on the Cauvery issue will undermine the federal set-up, P. Chidambaram, Congress Jananayaga Peravai leader, said today. In the same breath, he accused the Prime Minister, A. ...
`A deviation from secular stand'
MADURAI, OCT. 19. The `Minorities Federation' has called for immediate withdrawal of the `Tamil Nadu Prohibition of Forcible Conversion of Religion' ordinance. This resolution was passed at a public meeting held at the culmination of a protest ...
Rs. 90-crore Koyambedu bus terminal lying idle
CHENNAI, OCT. 19. The city's roads were to be set free from the chaos and pollution of its moffusil and inter-State buses more than a year ago, but when that did not seem possible, government officials assured that the plan would be implemented ...
Minorities observe fast in Pondy, Cuddalore
PONDICHERRY, OCT. 19. A large number of members belonging to the Christian community today observed fast at Gandhi thidal under the chairmanship of the Archbishop of Pondicherry and Cuddalore diocese, Michael Augustin to protest the Tamil Nadu ...
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