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  • Mavelikara DEO suspended
  • NAAC recognition for Cherthala S.N. College


  • Arrangements for seed supply reviewed
  • Insurance cover: ryots seek fair deal

    Andhra Pradesh

  • State Government invites naxalites for talks
  • 17 killed in road accident
  • Farmers pin hopes on kharif
  • Campaign to focus on teachers' problems
  • Moves afoot to bring down tomato price
  • Inter-State vehicle racket busted; more arrests likely
  • MSR vows to save temple lands
  • People's War rejects CM's appeal, but assures restraint
  • One-time settlement offer for Housing Board defaulters
  • Police desilt tank
  • Six ryots end lives
  • New turn to shootout case as Suresh changes tack
  • Supply of some textbooks may be delayed
  • TDP makes light of Kalam's reference to Telangana
  • 17 killed in road accident
  • Plea to CM on water supply to fluorosis-hit villages
  • CITU seeks revival of sick units
  • Reopen Yeleru scam case: PJR
  • Anganwadi workers seek job security
  • CPI campaign to prevent suicides
  • Amalgamation of rural banks demanded
  • TRS sees no Left threat
  • Govt. stand in Balakrishna case unchanged: Jana
  • Pet memories
  • Inter theory exams from today
  • RTC union for plan to curb private buses
  • Briefly
  • Crime Watch

    Andhra Pradesh - Others

  • Adilabad Krushi Vikas Kendra upgraded
  • Accident victims to be cremated today


  • Government school student tops in Assam HSLC exams


  • Top stars for circuit meet


  • Leela blanks Vishvaja


  • City keeps its date with Venus
  • New property tax scheme may be put off by an year
  • `Vision of India' launched
  • Woman rescued from Kuwaiti employer
  • Dacoity plans foiled, 10 arrested
  • IETI 2004 from tomorrow
  • Teachers to protest cut in salary
  • Property show on June 12, 13
  • Around the City
  • In Bangalore Today


  • Exchange rates


  • Thrilling win for Rajasthan boys


  • Families cheated in name of relatives


  • Abrupt end to recruitment drive

    Billiards & Snooker

  • Advani puts it across Shahzad


  • Gulf Oil acquires drug unit
  • Birla Sun's Credit Guard Plan
  • Sri Lankan rupee sinks
  • SHFL opens Pondicherry office
  • Satyam bags Khanna Paper contract
  • MAARS offshore development centre
  • GMM Pfaudler pays 25 p.c. second interim
  • Nicholas' pact with French firm
  • WorldSpace receives NDTV channel
  • Plantronics' wireless headset system
  • AMD plans new processors
  • Award for Agilent
  • Lupin delists from Jaipur Exchange
  • Sun Pharma allots bonus shares
  • CMC shares delisted from HSE
  • New cooperative branch inaugurated
  • Asiamoney award for ICICI Securities


  • Flextronics buys 55 p.c. stake in Hughes Software
  • Non-revision of oil prices may hit IOC profit
  • World Bank pegs GDP growth at 6 p.c.
  • Cellular subscriber base at 2.8 cr.
  • Rupee extends gains
  • Sensex up 24 points on late buying
  • 14 U.S. soldiers killed in attack, says Taliban
  • Tata Chemicals net at Rs. 221 cr.
  • Reliance offers prepaid ISD card
  • Biotechnology: India emerging as a partner of choice
  • TI launches turbo drive cycles


  • Cartoon


  • Bio-diesel for locomotives soon
  • Rare spectacle delights astronomers
  • Court halts construction work on Neelankarai school
  • MTC to complete issue of free student passes by July 15
  • Birth certificates to be issued free of cost
  • Three drowned
  • Around the City
  • In Chennai Today


  • Airlines ends Petroleum's long reign
  • Strong field for National `B' championship


  • Now, the anxious wait for monsoon
  • Compensation given to Kalapatti riot victims
  • TEA progrmme
  • Around the City
  • Reader's Mail


  • Collins sinks Bangladesh
  • Ravikanth, Tanmay revive Central Zone
  • Fitness camp for fast bowlers begins
  • Subramani scalps six
  • Khaleel, Leo score centuries
  • Sagar on fire
  • Fine knock by Dwarkanath
  • All-round display by Anuj Jain
  • APSRTC regains title
  • Bal Bharti posts win


  • The Hindu Crossword 8005
  • Solution to puzzle 8004


  • Entrepreneurs told to make the most of Government aid


  • `Convert integrated farm into a full-fledged training centre'
  • Lottery tickets seized, three arrested




  • Steps taken to control diarrhoea


  • Figo — from humble beginnings to a star
  • Figo back but Seedorf may miss opener
  • Danish fans pin their hopes on Tomasson
  • Sychev — the Russian boy wonder
  • ICF, AG's share honours in a dramatic encounter
  • Delhi Audit blanks ESIC

    Front Page

  • 'Tainted Ministers' issue rocks Parliament again
  • A rare celestial spectacle
  • Law and order situation bad in U.P.: Rahul
  • Cauvery: Experts coming
  • No water: Karnataka
  • IIMs submit proposals
  • Waiting for response
  • Banned
  • Atwal to be elected today
  • American shot dead


  • These villagers go to sleep fearing the worst


  • Ex-chairman of bank held on cheating charge


  • Tank issue leads to altercation between CMC members
  • Steps to revive hospital promised
  • Man arrested, 15 motorcycles recovered

    Himachal Pradesh

  • Virbhadra proposes mild dose of taxes


  • Haryana, Manipur in semifinals


  • Govt. accused of wasting time on Ministry formation


  • Road-digging adds to residents' woes
  • Musi project makes little headway
  • No power supply in many areas
  • MLA for cleaning of nalas on a war-footing
  • MCH to buy loaders for garbage clearance
  • Berths available on trains
  • No water tomorrow
  • New sky show
  • Hospital's special packages
  • SCCL lauded
  • Around the City
  • In Hyderabad Today

    India & World

  • Rights groups criticise U.K. Government for arms exports to India, Pakistan
  • China affirms relevance of Panchsheel


  • Two monks hospitalised after brawl in Sri Lankan Parliament
  • Nine Iraqis killed, many wounded in Mosul blast
  • France, Germany promise support
  • 14 U.S. soldiers killed in attack, says Taliban
  • Sudan faces a humanitarian disaster
  • Security steps for Reagan funeral
  • U.S. memo `justified' torture
  • Concern over Saudi security situation
  • Pakistan moves to punish nuclear proliferation
  • White House defends G-8 guest list

    Jammu & Kashmir

  • Over Rs. 100-cr. projects for rural development
  • Panchayat women to be elected
  • Life returns to normal for nomads


  • Subsidy-cum-loans for 4,000 SHGs in Kancheepuram
  • Creche gutted


  • `Rs. 4 cr. spent on water schemes'


  • Home for Dharam Singh, Siddaramaiah gets Finance
  • PM apprised of situation in Cauvery Basin districts
  • ASC's Tornadoes set new record
  • Congress `sacrifices' key portfolios
  • Electrical Inspectorate's powers may be curtailed
  • Kharge has many challenges on irrigation front
  • CET: Govt. may file review petition
  • A forgotten painter of yesteryear
  • Council without a Leader of the House
  • Senior Congress leaders may be drafted for party work: More
  • Strong Opposition awaits coalition Govt.
  • Package for weavers on the anvil
  • PUCL takes up `abduction' case
  • MLA undergoes brain-mapping test
  • Konkan Railway introduces more safety measures
  • SSLC supplementary exam tomorrow
  • Briefly

    Karnataka - Others

  • `We do not want to be moved out of Hampi'
  • Call to ameliorate plight of Dalits, Koragas
  • Children witness transit of Venus
  • Action sought against illegal road cutting
  • Idol desecrated near Bhatkal
  • Farmers lay siege to farm office


  • Talks on fee structure: differences persist
  • Check-dams and mini-projects
  • Film industry headed for another crisis
  • Political interference in power theft case
  • KRL workers' plea to MPs
  • Parameswaran's book on `Fourth World' released
  • Fee structure case: hearing adjourned
  • Punnad murder: raids on to nab culprits
  • Student groups threaten stir
  • P. Balan passes away
  • Cancel nod for hotel at Technopark: VS
  • Government ready to examine complaints
  • Catholicos seeks fair settlement
  • Good response to amnesty package for smugglers
  • Karunakaran for organisational elections
  • Families to oppose eviction from forest land
  • Government told to redefine merit quota
  • Lottery sale
  • Briefly


  • Students raid college in Kothagudem


  • Students, schools to be felicitated
  • Thousands witness Venus in transit
  • Face-lift for Chinese fishing nets planned
  • 20 power tillers for grama panchayats
  • Protest against digging of road
  • Workshop on biogas plant
  • Around the City
  • In Kochi Today


  • District panchayat meeting disrupted
  • Bhavanasree project launched
  • Exhibition concludes today


  • Tomato ryots to be asked to grow ganuga
  • Test-tube baby delivered

    Leader Page Articles

  • The BJP's past is not its future
  • The challenges ahead

    Letters to the Editor

  • Repealing POTA
  • A burden
  • President's address
  • Rajya Sabha elections
  • Enough of legalese
  • Take drastic steps
  • `Desi' counterparts

    Madhya Pradesh

  • Bhopal admires Venus transit
  • Rains claim four lives
  • Uma for correcting imbalances
  • Nine dacoits surrender


  • New management takes over heart-care hospital


  • Cameras to be installed at checkposts
  • Tax deduction rules changed
  • Local bodies told to set up compost yards
  • Cloudy sky plays spoilsport
  • UPA decision hailed
  • Around the City
  • In Madurai Today
  • Readers' Mail


  • On a musical high
  • Maharashtra plans 52 per cent quota for `disadvantaged' in private sector


  • Flooded roads make driving a hazardous task
  • SCDCC Bank posts Rs. 14-crore profit
  • Will new Govt. give thrust to tourism?
  • `Become involved in community projects'
  • Mangalore doctor attends meet in Croatia
  • NMPT gets award for implementing Hindi as official language
  • Silverware stolen from shop
  • Body of student recovered in Mangalore


  • Farmers optimistic about Varuna Canal completion
  • Proposal for `special educators' in schools
  • Clouds hide transit of Venus
  • Campaign to deface English signboards
  • Dharna to shift school premises


  • Free hostels for BC, MBC students


  • Release Pechiparai dam water for irrigation: CPI(M)
  • VHP activists stage demo


  • Congress not clear on Telangana: BJP


  • Akali leader Atwal set to become Deputy Speaker
  • 'Civil aviation policy will be consumer-oriented'
  • Independent probe into Kargil war sought
  • Aliabad Serai — a symbol of destruction
  • Kalam's address left out some issues: CPI(M)
  • Godhra carnage: Laloo to bring out `factual position'
  • BJP confident of retaining strength in Upper House
  • NALCO case: Court directs appointment of new panel
  • Where weather played spoilsport
  • NGOs protest Teesta low dam project
  • Bastar tribals watch celestial spectacle
  • Court raps Punjab for failure to execute Canal project
  • Mirwaiz's uncle buried in ancestral graveyard
  • Repeal of POTA has legal implications
  • Now, dog squads to counter militancy
  • The fish medicine has its following
  • The classical status of Tamil
  • Janata Party plans agitation
  • Process begins for setting up housing, business advisory panels
  • Sachin's appeal rejected
  • No violation of law: M.J. Akbar
  • Manmohan signs condolence book at U.S. Embassy
  • President of National Board of Examinations

    New Delhi

  • Kapoor opposes trifurcation, for a powerful MCD
  • Supportive environment for AIDS patients called for
  • Capital losing out on trees
  • Massive waterlogging feared as desilting in pathetic state
  • More to water crisis than meets the eye
  • `DDA should see its role as a mission'
  • Disabled press for incentive policy
  • Chargesheet filed in paper leak case
  • Abducted boy rescued from Mumbai
  • Man held for contractor's murder
  • Bluelines claim two lives
  • Sibal takes up problems facing Chandni Chowk
  • Unscheduled power cuts the order of the day
  • NHRC notice to A.P. on electrocution deaths
  • Supportive environment for AIDS patients called for
  • Eve-teasers arrested
  • Around the City
  • Briefly
  • In the Capital Today


  • Call to withdraw anti-people Government Order
  • CPI(M) police station march turns violent


  • Two units to be set up for manufacture of jaggery
  • Change in timing


  • Pondy initiative to promote tourism, transport sectors
  • Heritage protection panel `needs to be revived'
  • Help Karaikal get stipulated quantum of water: MP
  • Fast against Mahe park lease
  • Plan to upgrade hospital to PG institute
  • Respect human rights, sub-inspectors told
  • Shops burgled


  • Lovers commit suicide

    Racing : Motor

  • London-Sydney Marathon: Ooty sector cancelled
  • Third leg of National at KMS


  • Decision on Lok Jumbish workers likely on June 10


  • Efficacy of Lord's name


  • Cloudy weather mars celestial show

    Sports : General

  • Jothikumaran is secretary-cum-treasurer of Olympic squad

    Tamil Nadu

  • Management quota admissions illegal: panel
  • Hospital dumping body parts in dustbin?
  • CET guidelines soon for medical colleges
  • Central team coming
  • Ramadoss' charge `mischievous, untrue'
  • CET guidelines soon for medical colleges
  • Varsities mute spectators to commercialisation: AUT
  • Corporate citizen award for Chemplast Sanmar
  • Lift ban on LTTE: Tirumavalavan
  • DMK, AIADMK must stop trading charges, says Veeramani
  • Tribunal chairperson dead
  • Bail denied to HAL official
  • `Police could have prevented attack on CPI(M) worker's house'
  • CPI calls for CRA meeting
  • Bail for Maudhani rejected
  • Three-day cultural show inaugurated
  • `Quit demand ridiculous'
  • Lost bag found in train coach
  • The show is over?
  • `No need to repeal Anti-Conversion Act'
  • Renovation over at Darasuram temple, kumbabishekam on July 5
  • Steps taken to control diarrhoea
  • Mentally ill boy rescued from borewell after 11-hour operation
  • Slash service tax, pleads chamber
  • `Abused' Dalit facing death threat
  • Additional DG of Army Postal service
  • Briefly

    Tamil Nadu - Others

  • Training in design upgrading for weavers
  • Diarrhoea cases
  • `Action based on priority'
  • Woman arrested for intimidating husband


  • Ivanisevic, Philippoussis crash out
  • Ravishankar moves up
  • Mohit Mayur makes main draw


  • Corporation audit: UDF alleges bid to cover up anomalies
  • 33 bus passengers injured
  • Around the City
  • In Thiruvananthapuram Today

    This Day That Age

  • dated June 9, 1954: Indo-Nepal ties
  • dated June 9, 1954: Russia's counter-proposal
  • dated June 9, 1954: Envoy meets Nehru


  • Drawing inspiration from Bollywood
  • Three-day music festival
  • Uproarious scenes in Thrissur Corporation


  • Vegetable cultivators in a soup
  • It's all thanks to planetarium
  • Around the City
  • In Tiruchi Today
  • Reader's Mail


  • Murder alleged


  • Karunakar Reddy finds no place on TTD Trust Board
  • Thousands watch `transit' of Venus


  • `Re-impose ban on conversions'

    Uttar Pradesh

  • Is romance fading out of bookshelves?


  • Act on pending petitions: Collector
  • 'Hold awareness programmes of child labour'
  • Distribution of PF statements
  • Fruit, flower shows at Yelagiri festival


  • Clouds fail to deter Venus-watchers
  • Agri-expo to end tomorrow
  • Plans to train farmers in new method of rice cultivation
  • Campaign planned to ensure hygiene during pushkarams
  • `Vishnu rajya' at VGTM-UDA
  • Around the City
  • In Vijayawada Today


  • IGNOU to introduce course in nautical science
  • VMC to abide by Government orders on Godavari scheme
  • Drain water polluting sea
  • Lawyers exhorted to help poor
  • IOB housing loan mela
  • Drive against illegal vending
  • In Visakhapatnam Today


  • Weather

    World View

  • Perec calls it quits
  • ICC bid to end Zimbabwe dispute

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