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TDP suspends Krishna Yadav
HYDERABAD, SEPT. 7. Stung by the adverse notice in political circles and the media to the arrest of its MLA, C. Krishna Yadav, by the Maharashtra police on the charge of involvement in the multi-crore stamp paper racket, the Telugu Desam today ...
A.P. Assembly session from Sept. 22
HYDERABAD, SEPT. 7. The Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly will meet for a 10-day-long session from September 22. A notification summoning the Assembly for its 11th session was issued here today by the Governor, S. S. Barnala. The Assembly ...
BJP joins issue with Left on Hyderabad Liberation Day
HYDERABAD, SEPT. 7.The BJP has joined issue with the six Left parties over the celebration of Hyderabad Liberation Day and defended its decision to celebrate the occasion on September 17. Reacting to the claim of the Left parties that the BJP ...
Steps afoot to decongest Charminar-Nayapul stretch
HYDERABAD, SEPT. 7. Having curtailed the flow of heavy traffic from Nayapul to Charminar, as part of the Charminar Pedestrianisation Project (CPP), ground is being prepared to enforce similar restriction in the return direction too. The ...
Police yet to reveal `clinching evidence' in Krishna Yadav case
HYDERABAD, SEPT. 7. With the police yet to make an official statement, confusion continued for the second consecutive day over the specific evidence based on which the Telugu Desam MLA and former Minister, Krishna Yadav, was picked up by the Pune ...
Infant's body found in dustbin
HYDERABAD, SEPT. 7.A three-month-old infant was found dead in a dustbin at Erragadda on Sunday evening. Passers-by noticed the body and informed the Sanjeevareddynagar police. Preliminary examination indicated that the infant was strangulated ...
More RTC services to women's college
HYDERABAD, SEPT. 7. The city region of the APSRTC has introduced four additional buses for 120 single trips from Dilsukhnagar to Women's College in Koti with immediate effect. This decision was taken due to the ban imposed by the police, ...
Farmers caught in a vicious circle
MYSORE, SEPT. 7. While some farmers in the Cauvery Basin districts are committing suicide unable to repay loans, sops extended by banks at the behest of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) with regard to settlement of loans have evoked lukewarm ...
Three more farmers commit suicide
BANGALORE, SEPT. 7. THREEmore farmers committed suicide, two in Chitradurga district and one in Bijapur district on Sunday, taking the toll to 95 in the State since August 1. Shadaksharappa (40) from Dogganal in Holalkere taluk of Chitradurga ...
BESCOM consumer receives faulty bill
BANGALORE, SEPT. 7. The Bangalore Electricity Supply Company (BESCOM) issues computerised power bills with the motto "lighting up your life'', but many citizens complain that they are often left in the dark. Praveen Kumar (not his original ...
Nisar Ahmed, film actor Srinath honoured
BANGALORE, SEPT. 7. The Adarsha Suguma Sangeeta Academy Trust honoured the noted Kannada poet, K.S. Nisar Ahmed, the film actor, Srinath, and the music director, V. Manohar with the Adarsha Ratna award here on Sunday. The Chief Minister, S.M. ...
New system to regulate traffic mooted
BANGALORE, SEPT. 7. The Home Minister, Mallikarjun Kharge, has said that the city police is contemplating installing video cameras on some important roads in Bangalore to detect violation of traffic rules. Mr. Kharge, who returned from ...
It's Antony-Karunakaran proxy war now
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, SEPT. 7.The Ernakulam Lok Sabha by-election has become a proxy electoral war of sorts between the Chief Minister, A. K. Antony, and the senior Congress leader, K. Karunakaran. Irrespective of who wins, the result will be a ...
An endeavour to keep folk art alive
KOLLAM, SEPT. 7.The Ambedkar Gramam colony at Poovattur in Kollam district is by all standards a folk art colony. At a time when many of the rich folk art traditions of the State are simply vanishing, the members of this colony have joined hands ...
Kovalam gets ready for another tourist season
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, SEPT. 7.Even as the sea is well into its post-monsoon retreat, tan-seekers from around the world have started trickling into the crescent-shaped Eve's and Light House beaches of Kovalam. Tourists from the U.K., Germany, ...
Mobile phones seized from aircraft
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, SEPT. 7.Mobile phones worth Rs. 4.48 lakhs, concealed in the toilet of Indian Airlines IC 964 flight, which arrived at the international airport here from Male, were seized by the Air Intelligence unit of the Customs. Forty ...
Man burnt to death by mob
VELLORE, SEPT. 7. A 35-year-old man at Vazhur near Vandavasi in Tiruvannamalai district was burnt to death by a mob last night for allegedly raping an 8-year-old. Five persons have been arrested on charges of murder. According to the police, ...
No option but to depend on CRA: experts
CHENNAI, SEPT. 7. Even as the deadlock over the finalisation of a distress-sharing formula for Cauvery water remains, the focus has turned to whether the Cauvery River Authority is to approve the draft formula and ensure its ...
Karunanidhi calls on Maran
CHENNAI, SEPT. 7.The DMK president, M. Karunanidhi, today visited the Union Minister, Murasoli Maran, at the Apollo Hospitals here, where the latter was admitted after he was flown in from the United States early in the day. Doctors at the ...
Elephant struggling to save new-born disabled calf
UDHAGAMANDALAM, SEPT. 7. For the last couple of days the Gudalur Forest Division's Gene Pool Garden at Nadugani has been witnessing poignant scenes with a wild elephant having given birth to a physically-challenged calf. A member of a herd, ...
Desist from interfering with temple rituals, Chidambaram
VILLUPURAM, SEPT. 7. The State Government should not apply different yardsticks with respect to worship and offerings to deities, and must desist from interfering with temple rituals, the Congress Jananayaka Peravai leader, P. Chidambaram, said ...
It's not a smooth ride for EMU commuters
CHENNAI, SEPT. 7. Suburban train commuters on the Tambaram-Beach section are expressing growing frustration with a combination of factors that have made the city's rail network unreliable inadequate and delayed services, last minute ...
Army women officers may get another extension
CHENNAI, SEPT. 7. The Adjutant-General, A. Natarajan, yesterday said the Army was considering granting its women officers another four-year service extension and lowering their age of entry into the service. Now, the women who are commissioned ...
65 Vinayaka idols immersed in Pondy
PONDICHERRY, SEPT 7. The immersion of around 65 Vinayaka idols off Pondicherry passed off peacefully on Sunday. The procession, which began from three points - Raja Theatre, Kandan Theatre and Avvai Thidal, converged at the Pattanikadai ...
New art centre for the physically handicapped at Kottakuppam
PONDICHERRY, SEPT. 7. In an effort to encourage artistic talents of the physically handicapped in Pondicherry, Villupuram and Cuddalore districts and to meet their locomotive needs, a new centre has come up at Kottakuppam on ECR Road near ...
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