Online edition of India's National Newspaper
Thursday, March 06, 2003
Andhra Pradesh |
Tamil Nadu |
A.P. Opposition stalls question hour
HYDERABAD, MARCH 5. A charged-up Opposition led by the Congress stalled question hour in the Andhra Pradesh Assembly on Wednesday, demanding sacking of the Information Minister, S. Chandramohan Reddy, and suspension of the Nellore Collector for ...
Govt. firm on holding Afro-Asian Games
HYDERABAD, MARCH 5. The Government has rejected the Opposition plea to postpone or cancel the forthcoming Afro-Asian Games in Hyderabad in view of the drought prevailing in the State. Intervening during a debate on drought in the Assembly today ...
Border row: `we're ready for legal battle'
BANGALORE, MARCH 5. The Karnataka Chief Minister, S.M. Krishna, has said that the State is prepared to face any legal battle in the event of Maharashtra moving the Supreme Court on the inter-State border issue that has remained unresolved for ...
BSNL ready to meet demand for SIM cards
BANGALORE, MARCH 5. The Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd., which was facing a severe shortage of SIM cards for its post-paid cellular service, CellOne, is now ready to meet the demands of customers. This was disclosed to presspersons by the General ...
CM to go by UDF decision on Pillai's entry
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, MARCH. 5. The Kerala Chief Minister, A. K. Antony, said on Wednesday that he would go by the decision of the United Democratic Front and the Kerala Congress (B) on the induction of R. Balarkrishna Pillai into the ...
Railway concession for doctors
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, MARCH 5. The Ministry of Railways has decided to provide 10 per cent rail travel concession with effect from March 1 to allopathic doctors with a minimum MBBS qualification so as to render medical assistance to needy ...
Separate fee structure for unaided medical colleges
CHENNAI, MARCH 5. The Government will announce in the next few days a separate fee structure for unaided medical and para-medical colleges. Sources in the Health Department said today the policy announced on Tuesday for admissions to professional ...
42 more fishermen `abducted'
RAMANATHAPURAM, MARCH 5. Rameswaram fishermen did not venture into the sea for the second day today, protesting ``abduction'' of another 42 colleagues. The total number of Tamil Nadu fishermen detained by Sri Lanka in the past two days is well ...
Centre, State Govt. begin crisis defusing exercise
CHENNAI, MARCH 5. With another 42 fishermen from Rameswaram taken away by Sri Lankan fishermen and handed over to the island nation's authority, tension along coastal fishing hamlets has risen sharply in the past two days. The Centre and the ...
Anticipatory bail for Gopal
CHENNAI, MARCH 5.The Madras High Court today granted anticipatory bail to the `Nakkheeran' editor, R.R. Gopal, in connection with the murder of two `police informers' by Veerappan in 1998, but asked him to submit himself for interrogation for 15 ...
Puzhuthivakkam residents blame it on Metrowater
CHENNAI, MARCH 5. Travelling down the rickety Velachery Main Road may be a harrowing experience for motorists but a greater health and environmental hazard is fast spreading in residential colonies of Puzhuthivakkam, a southern suburb. The ...
`Protect milch animals from foot and mouth disease'
PONDICHERRY, MARCH 5. The Pondicherry Private Milk Producers Welfare Association today urged the Government to undertake immunisation of milch animals against attack of foot and mouth disease in the Union Territory on a war footing. ...
Read Today's supplements: | Life | Metro Plus | Sci Tech |
Send: Comments to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Letters to the Editor to: email@example.com with full postal address
News: Front Page | National | Southern States | Other States | International | Opinion | Business | Sport | Miscellaneous | Index | Features: Life | Magazine | Literary Review | Metro Plus | Open Page | Education | Book Review | Business | SciTech | Entertainment | Young World | Quest | Folio |
Copyright © 2003, The Hindu. Republication or redissemination of the contents of this screen are expressly prohibited without the written consent of The Hindu