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  • Farmers in Kuttanad lose paddy crop
  • Vellappally seeks justice for Maudany

    Andhra Pradesh

  • Punitive tax to contain factional violence
  • Jana confident of end to row over arms
  • Sops announced for weavers of Sircilla
  • Jana confident of end to arms impasse
  • We don't need media hype: YSR
  • Civic body mulls insurance cover for entire population
  • No political angle to killings, says IGP
  • TDP urges Governor to `save' partymen
  • Digvijay hints at more new faces for local body polls
  • Estimates Committee reviews TTD works
  • Divergent views on imposition of punitive tax
  • Positive signal from Maharashtra: TRS chief
  • PCC president puts blame on Naidu
  • KCR misleading people: TDP
  • Man held on charge of killing father
  • Villagers keep MPP, sarpanch under house arrest
  • Need to expedite loans to farmers stressed
  • Check violence: CPI(M)
  • Naxals claim nailing `covert'
  • Couple's murder mystery solved
  • Lawyers boycott courts
  • Inter second year exam fee
  • Hotel offers toll-free number
  • Crime Watch

    Andhra Pradesh - Others

  • Two killed as wall collapses


  • Five records shattered


  • Field day for Indians


  • `Object loss' makes them embrace death
  • New Kannada films may be released tomorrow
  • Engineering student robbed in Jayanagar
  • Opposition to trade licence growing
  • Power shutdown today, tomorrow
  • Two killed in road accident
  • Healing camp on Sunday
  • Around the City
  • In Bangalore Today
  • Empowering bright students


  • Bullion rates
  • Exchange rates


  • Demand for separate State condemned


  • Uma Bharti to address meetings in Bidar


  • Satyam opens Melbourne centre
  • Getz launch on Friday
  • Tata International's overseas offices
  • Navayuga's good order book position
  • Varun Motors' new showroom
  • Infinite's European operations head
  • JK Paper's net up 25 p.c.
  • Chamber, U.K. forum sign MoU
  • Wholesale depot for dates
  • Support for herbal initiative
  • ISO 9001:2000 for PVS Hospital
  • New range of batteries from Amara Raja


  • New pricing scheme for phosphatics
  • Ford gearing to launch Fusion
  • Honda unveils Unicorn
  • Singapore hopes to maintain ties with India
  • Rupee recovers
  • Sensex crosses 5300-mark
  • Tata Tea, Indian Hotels plan acquisitions
  • United India's record profit
  • India, Israel to form working groups on hi-tech venture fund
  • New range of batteries from Amara Raja
  • Tatas to invest in West Bengal
  • New range of batteries from Amara Raja


  • Cartoon


  • Water tankers take a deadly toll on city roads
  • Industry to study telematics operations in Europe
  • Fined Rs. 600 even before the next bus stop
  • India trilogy from Krishnaswamy Associates
  • Now better patronage for West Coast Express
  • Court order on plaster of paris Vinayagas
  • Rally to create awareness of food sovereignty
  • Marine life consignment seized
  • Special trains to Bangalore
  • Award for teacher
  • Ghulam Ali on stage
  • Tapping `mind power'
  • House burgled
  • Around the City
  • In Chennai Today


  • Nisipeanu outwits Chanda
  • Good show by Jawahar Vidyalaya


  • No power supply
  • In Coimbatore Today
  • The message is water conservation


  • Bhatia hits unbeaten century
  • Dravid walks away with honours
  • On his way to greatness
  • McGrath mischief stirs the Ashes
  • Decline started during Richards's captaincy: Lara
  • Thrilling win for Little Flower JC
  • All-round show by Bala
  • Kudos to Dravid, Pathan
  • Ranjith shines
  • Mahajana FGC is champion
  • 28-run win for All Saint's HS


  • The Hindu Crossword No. 8084
  • Solution to puzzle No. 8083


  • TDP leader threatens to obstruct `Rajiv Pallebata'
  • Importance of eye donation stressed
  • 10 students hurt in accident




  • White chemical seized
  • New train services demanded
  • Lawyers stage protest


  • Japan trounces India in return leg too
  • North Korea beats Thailand
  • MEG outplays ADE
  • Amandeep stars for Indian National
  • Brace by Dipankar
  • ICF in semifinals

    Front Page

  • Kasuri for joint working group on gas pipeline project
  • Aziz to visit India
  • Congress-NCP dispute over 25 seats
  • BJP plans series of agitations
  • Dravid walks away with honours
  • Crashes
  • 10 ULFA cadres killed
  • U.S. toll crosses 1,000
  • Deuba arrives
  • Decks cleared
  • Soren released
  • Officials sentenced
  • Three beheaded
  • Census Commissioner meets officials


  • It's Amritinder's day out


  • Argument mars meeting with Chief Minister


  • 11 hurt as brothers clash


  • Mansa Devi Board to promote education


  • Preparations under way for Sahitya Parishat elections


  • SAI `C' emerges champion
  • St. Philomena's retains title


  • Withdrawal of cases, not the first such incident


  • Contractor's suicide brings work to a nought
  • Suspected dacoits kill two security guards of soap unit
  • RTC crackdown on `rash' drivers
  • Work on RTC crossroads flyover by year-end
  • MCH plea to poll panel on revision of electoral rolls
  • Campaign for eco-friendly `Ganesh'
  • Auto drivers to launch agitation
  • No power supply in some areas
  • Around the City
  • In Hyderanad Today

    India & World

  • Bangladesh Minister refutes allegations
  • Ties with India will progress steadily, says Talbott
  • It will take time to resolve Kashmir issue, says Powell
  • Relief in Pakistan over outcome


  • Russia will hit terror bases `worldwide'
  • `Iraqi civilian toll could cross 11,000'
  • Is war on terror being lost?
  • U.S. deaths in Iraq cross 1000-mark
  • Poll gives Kerry narrow lead
  • U.K. soldier charged with Iraqi murder
  • Maldives expresses `desire' to lift emergency
  • Genesis probe headed for Earth
  • Poll gives Kerry narrow lead


  • A peep into the Stone Age


  • Employment parks to come up in Bangalore, Mysore
  • No row over Ministry expansion: Janata Dal (S)
  • Association files PIL over amenities in court complex
  • Lawyers to continue court boycott
  • BJP ready to shun criminals: Vajpayee
  • Literacy movement needs a push: Sindhia
  • Police seek package to combat naxalites
  • Seat selection: cell clarifies on NCC quota
  • Hasten recruitment of tahsildars, KPSC told
  • It's 100 days of inertia, says Somashekar
  • Quota may jinx `plan' to field Uma Bharti
  • Efforts to restore rail traffic continue
  • BEL tops list of performing companies
  • Kasaragod: Punarur hails assurance
  • `Gulbarga lawyers not for a separate State'
  • IFFCO plant to produce granular urea
  • Kalam to open varsity jubilee
  • Ananth Kumar in-charge of `Tiranga Yatra'
  • Briefly

    Karnataka - Others

  • Pay dues to Govt., Ashraya scheme beneficiaries told
  • Couple electrocuted
  • Woman, two children found dead in canal


  • Cabinet approves 100-day action plan
  • NCW to submit report to State
  • Petition against deferring of grading system
  • Increase in Muslim population a threat: BJP
  • Government to shun extravagance
  • Priest's murder: tension grips Thurithiparambu
  • Court quashes order on fee structure
  • Antony was forced to resign: KC(B) leader
  • No conspiracy, says Chandy
  • Admission to IHRD engineering colleges
  • SWC to propose steps to end dowry system
  • Action plan to improve governance
  • `Give Ministry a chance to function'
  • Cabinet defers decision on bus fare hike
  • Jeerakappara: landowner denies involvement
  • Four killed in road accidents
  • Inclusion of rivers in Concurrent list opposed
  • CAP: 823 candidates allotted seats
  • Briefly

    Kerala - Others

  • Campaign against move to shift aquarium
  • Charge against Cherkalam stirs a hornets' nest
  • Train timing: high-level meet today
  • `Thiruvabharanam' of Sree Krishna temple missing


  • Women should be aware of their rights: NCW chief
  • SA road: emergency land acquisition soon
  • 27 injured as vehicle overturns
  • Mata arrives
  • Traffic restrictions along Goshree bridges
  • Around the City
  • In Kochi Today
  • Debate over easy affiliation at Cusat


  • BYS State conference in Kollam
  • Lawyers stage protest
  • Bank staff stage demonstration


  • IMHANS facing funds crunch


  • Anantapur killings: CPI for shifting of police officers
  • 7.50 lakh pilgrims had dip at Srisailam
  • Eye donation fortnight concludes

    Leader Page Articles

  • Engaging Pakistan
  • The dangers of retirement

    Letters to the Editor

  • Manipur crisis
  • Uma Bharti's release
  • RSS & realpolitik
  • Savarkar issue
  • Census report
  • India-Pakistan dialogue
  • Beslan tragedy
  • What about serials?


  • Lapses found in implementation
  • Meeting discusses steps for Teertodbhava
  • Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Kodagu Vidyalaya tie up


  • Kamaraj varsity to revamp examination system
  • SHGs take up solid waste management
  • Bench disposes of first plea
  • Artisans busy making Vinayaka idols
  • Around the City
  • In Madurai Today
  • Brainstorming session on women's rights


  • Farmers prefer arecanut to paddy
  • Training in basic skills for the blind from Monday
  • Girl fatally knocked down
  • Governor visiting Dakshina Kannada, Udupi districts
  • Special electoral roll revision
  • Programme on space technology
  • In Mangalore Today


  • Velankanni festival concludes


  • Political situation changing fast, says Vajpayee
  • BJP takes exception to Godhra probe
  • Planning Commission to allocate additional funds
  • Cabinet approves periodical changes in wage ceiling
  • Renewal of farmers' insurance policies will help
  • Antony, Jogi to screen candidates for Maharashtra, Arunachal polls
  • Outsiders only to give inputs: Montek
  • J&K response on detenu re-arrest sought
  • Counting crocodiles in Sunderbans
  • NCA reviews rehabilitation of Narmada oustees
  • Learning cellular phone manners
  • Nanavati panel denies reports
  • `Each one, teach one' to educate 14 million: Kalam
  • Data misleading, says AIDWA
  • Lalu orders CBI probe into sleeper purchase
  • Fresh charges to be framed in Best Bakery case
  • Fresh list of insurgent camps to be given to Dhaka
  • Left flays appointment of multilateral agencies
  • Government convenes meet on census report
  • Amar Singh questions census figures
  • Experts to handle trade-related issues


  • Collector seeks plan to help fishermen
  • Bid to rob Grameena Bank

    New Delhi

  • Fake admission racket busted
  • New library timings affecting research work
  • Corporates to assist Govt. in welfare schemes
  • Boy stripped, thrashed by cop
  • MLAs resent delay in release of funds
  • Concrete drain for Delhi Zoo
  • Three arrested, burglaries solved
  • Residents oppose water tariff hike
  • Now power connection over phone
  • Wife of Punjab cop held in militant's escape case
  • Long power cuts hit Capital
  • cinema
  • Around the City
  • Briefly
  • In The Capital Today
  • What ails education centre?


  • Bible society's anniversary celebrations begin today
  • UDF should stand united: Vellappally
  • Vigilance probe sought into land deal


  • AIADMK welcomes Delimitation Commission proposals


  • Amarinder leaves leadership issue to high command


  • Congress leader charged with encroachment
  • Tungabhadra canal breached


  • Khurana seeks vision document for varsities
  • Irrigation project may get Japanese aid


  • House looted


  • Transforming experience


  • `Literacy must for smooth democratic functioning'
  • Voluntary organisations asked to support Govt.


  • Meitei sets meet record

    Sports : General

  • India, Oman off to winning starts
  • KEC bags badminton titles
  • MLA FG wins


  • Muralidharan brothers dominate
  • Shikha, Ankur rule the pool
  • Double for Nicky

    Tamil Nadu

  • Tamil Nadu opposes tribunal reconstitution
  • Unaided colleges need not follow single-window system
  • Feast to eyes and minds of students
  • A sigh of relief for parents, students
  • Court orders reinstatement with back wages
  • Karnataka's counter a challenge to the Centre
  • Marketing is just as important
  • Stress on voluntary service
  • Kannappan's discharge plea dismissed
  • No one else can claim credit: Jayalalithaa
  • Stamp papers missing from Sankagiri sub-court
  • Painting an indelible message: child labour should go
  • Documents collection almost over
  • Kamaraj first initiated the proposal, says Vasan
  • Rama Gopalan meets Karunanidhi
  • Charge sheet against MLA
  • Another patient dies in Tiruchi
  • Briefly

    Tamil Nadu - Others

  • Drinking water muddy in Mettupalayam
  • Set up minor tanks, officials told


  • Capriati claws back to beat Serena
  • Sridhar in last eight
  • Sindana, Ilakkiya advance
  • Rastogi bows out
  • Sai Jayalakshmy advances


  • Coop. banks start disbursing loans
  • `Patronise drama'


  • Accident reduction drive in district
  • Aid literacy schemes, local bodies told
  • Heavy rush for BSNL connections
  • Chandy promises to resolve Halcyon Castle row
  • 170 activists quit KC (Jacob)
  • Hospital anniversary
  • Around the City
  • In Thiruvananthapuram Today
  • Wanted - reporters and sub-editors

    This Day That Age

  • dated September 09, 1954: SEATO pact signed
  • dated September 09, 1954: Quorum rule
  • dated September 09, 1954: Nehru on Hindi
  • dated September 09, 1954: New Labour Minister


  • Symposium on biotechnology


  • `Use Sarva Siksha Abhiyan scheme'
  • BSNL's new Internet service scheme from today
  • Eye donation awareness rally
  • Retired officials' plea to Corpn.
  • Stir on HC Bench issue
  • Around the City
  • In Tiruchi Today
  • An awareness of Sanskrit


  • Attack on lawyers condemned


  • Manjunath coming


  • BJP plans stir against Tiwari Government


  • Curtains down on Pushkarams
  • The Hindu Young World Quiz regional round today
  • Crackdown on gambling dens yields results
  • RTC transports 16 lakh pilgrims
  • Around the City
  • In Vijayawada Today
  • Mathematical update for teachers
  • ANU readying for sports meet


  • Hindustan Shipyard hums with activity
  • Indian Bank plans new branches
  • States must link their own rivers, says Digvijay
  • Two killed in landslip
  • `Discover' for Deepavali
  • Lawyers' boycott
  • Around the City
  • In Visakhapatnam Today
  • Power problem on campus too!


  • India's dream turns into a nightmare
  • Artillery Centre bags title


  • Weather


  • Chanu submits injection vial to inquiry panel
  • Vinodkumar sets new mark

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