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Top priority for Lendi project: Naidu
HANDEKELUR (NIZAMABAD DT.), JULY 3. The Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister, N.Chandrababu Naidu, today reiterated the State Government's commitment to complete the pending inter-State Lendi major irrigation project, jointly taken up by the Andhra ...
Mystery fever: one dies in Nalgonda
NALGONDA, JULY 3. The mystery fever that is creating panic waves in Karimnagar and Nizamabad districts has struck in some of the remote thandas in Nalgonda district too. A three-year-old kid, Adavath Saidulu, has died following a brief illness ...
Kodela promises action in two days
KARIMNAGAR, JULY 3. Attributing lapses in the medical and health department in providing treatment to children suffering from the mysterious viral fever in the district, the Minister for Medical and Health Services, Kodela Siva Prasad Rao, said ...
Cholera scare prompts MCH drive
HYDERABAD, JULY 3. A day after five cholera cases were reported in the city, the Municipal Corporation of Hyderabad has decided to launch a weeklong intensive drive to clean up slums in the city. The MCH Commissioner, Chitra Ramachandran, who ...
SC upholds interim order on admissions
BANGALORE, JULY 3. The managements of unaided professional colleges, including those run by minority educational trusts in Karnataka, suffered a setback on Thursday as the Supreme Court refused to stay the interim order passed by the Karnataka ...
JD(S), JD(U) agree to merge 'unconditionally'
HASSAN, JULY 3. In a significant political development here on Thursday, the leaders of the Janata Dal (Secular) and the JD (United) agreed to merge their parties at the State level. At a crowded press conference, the leaders of both factions, ...
NHRC notice to Tumkur police
TUMKUR, JULY 3. The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has issued a notice to Tumkur police on alleged harassment of a hotel worker in custody at New Extension Police Station here in September or October 2002. The Secretary of the Tumkur ...
Big Banyan Tree, a victim of neglect
BANGALORE, JULY 3. It is over 400 years old and it shows. Now, time and official neglect is slowly killing the Big Banyan Tree or Dodda Aalada Mara 25 km from the City, off Mysore Road. Spread over three acres and said to be the State's largest, ...
Census Director's order creates tension
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, JULY 3. An innocuous order of an IAS official on conducting a detailed study of churches and mosques in Kerala has triggered off an unnecessary controversy, generating considerable tension among the minority communities. ...
Plan campaign: Isaac refutes reports of CIA funding
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, JULY 3.The CPI(M) State secretariat member, T. M. Thomas Isaac, has termed as `ridiculous' reports that the People's Plan Campaign, initiated by the LDF Government, was drafted and funded by the CIA. Dr. Isaac told a news ...
Eight new dengue cases reported from city
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, JULY 3. Dengue infection has intruded into the heart of the city on Thursday with at least four of the eight new admissions of confirmed dengue cases being reported from the Corporation precincts. Four children with ...
Marginal increase in turnout
CHENNAI, JULY 3. As midnight knocks and mass arrests of striking government staff and teachers, especially Secretariat employees, increased, the turnout in offices and educational institutions in Tamil Nadu marginally improved today. On Day Two ...
CHENNAI, JULY 3.A writ plea to declare the Tamil Nadu Essential Services Maintenance Act "unconstitutional, null and void" was filed in the Madras High Court today. In his petition, the Tamil Nadu Cooperative Subordinate Officers Association ...
Factional leaders discuss preparations
CHENNAI, JULY 3.Congress factional leaders, including the AICC secretary, G. K. Vasan, and the TNCC working president, E. V. K. S. Elangovan, came together for about an hour today, to resolve to jointly celebrate Kamaraj birth centenary on July ...
Engg. counselling begins for academic stream
CHENNAI, JULY 3.The engineering admissions process got under way in full steam as counselling for the main academic stream began on Thursday. Online counselling is being held simultaneously at Chennai, Tiruchi, Madurai and ...
Corpn. orders property inspection
CHENNAI, JULY 3. The Chennai Corporation has ordered systematic and large-scale inspection of property in the city, to plug evasion of property tax. After its appeal to owners of unassessed property to self-declare their property in a ...
`MLV part of Chennai musical trinity'
CHENNAI, JULY 3.The Carnatic musician, M. L. Vasanthakumari, created history even 75 years ago, having her mother's name as her initials. While `M' stood for Madras, L was for her mother's name, Lalithangi, the former Director of Doordarshan, ...
Farm dept. web site inauguration today
PONDICHERRY, JULY 3. A web site, wide area and local area networks of the Agriculture department would be commissioned here tomorrow by the Union Minister of State for Communications and Information Technology, S. Tirunavukarasar. Such ...
Nurses Training School upgraded, to offer B.Sc
PONDICHERRY, JULY 3. The Health Minister, E. Valsaraj, said today that the Nurses Training School here, which had been offering a diploma course, was upgraded to offer B.Sc. (Nursing). The total strength of candidates for the course would be ...
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