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Drought relief works till June: Naidu
KADIRI (ANANTAPUR), MARCH 1. The Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister, N. Chandrababu Naidu, encountered a plethora of grievances on lack of wage employment works, drinking water, fodder and power supply from the people during his visit to the Kadiri ...
Centre faulted for not opposing war on Iraq
HYDERABAD, MARCH 1. "The hi-tech war that is poised over the Gulf is a naked proclamation of imperialist right to change the face of the world', said N. Ram, Editor, Frontline. Clearly a war for regime change in Iraq, it was a threat to ...
Congress routs rivals in Humnabad bypoll
BIDAR, MARCH 1. The Congress candidate, Rajashekhar Patil, has won the much-hyped Humnabad Assembly byelection by a convincing margin. The results of the bypoll were declared today, and Mr. Patil defeated his nearest rival, Mirajuddin Patel of ...
KSWC expanding godown network
BANGALORE, MARCH 1. The Karnataka State Warehousing Corporation (KSWC), established in 1957, has taken up construction of 30 modern godowns in 16 districts at a cost of Rs. 49.76 crore. Twenty-two of them are being constructed at a cost of Rs. 44 ...
Opposition seeks return of VAT Bill
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, MARCH 1.Leaders of the Opposition have urged the Kerala Governor, Sikander Bhakht, to return the Kerala Value Added Tax Bill, 2002, for the reconsideration of the House. In a representation to the Governor, the Opposition ...
Cong. demands probe into Muthanga issue
KOLLAM, MARCH. 1. The Congress leader, V. M. Sudheeran, MP, has asked the State Government to shed stubbornness and order a judicial probe into the Muthanga developments, if it is necessary. He was replying after accepting the P. N. Panikkar ...
AIADMK captures Congress bastion
CHENNAI, MARCH 1. The ruling AIADMK today captured one of the last Congress bastions in Tamil Nadu, pulling off a thumping victory in the Sattankulam Assembly constituency in Tuticorin district. As L. Neelamegavarnam crushed his Congress rival, ...
People's massive support ensured our victory: CM Final results
CHENNAI, MARCH 1. Elated at the "historic" triumph of the AIADMK in the Sattankulam Assembly byelection, the Chief Minister, Jayalalithaa, today said the sole reason for the "record-breaking" victory was people's "massive support" for the ...
Credit-based semester system in all Madras varsity colleges
CHENNAI, MARCH 1. Breaking new ground in higher education, the Madras University Academic Council today decided to introduce a "credit-based semester system" for undergraduate and postgraduate courses in all 94 affiliated colleges from the next ...
Anna varsity won't recognise `fast track degrees'
CHENNAI, MARCH 1. Anna University has decided not to recognise the postgraduate and doctoral degrees awarded by institutions which conduct courses on weekends and holidays, for the purpose of employment and admission to higher degrees in the ...
Subscribers pay double the national average
CHENNAI, MARCH 1. The national average for cable TV subscription is Rs.125. In Chennai, however, the cable operators have a different set of calculations, charging anything between Rs.180 and 280, more than double the national average, for a ...
BJP plans padayatra to explain Centre's policies
PONDICHERRY, MARCH 1. A team of volunteers and leaders of different wings of the BJP in Pondicherry would undertake a padayatra to all the Assembly constituencies in a phased manner in Pondicherry to explain to the people on the rural employment ...
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