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15 drown in boat accident
RAJAHMUNDRY, NOV. 10.In a major boat tragedy, 15 persons, including eight women, met with a watery grave in the Godavari, near Ramachandrapuram village of Sithanagaram mandal in East Godavari district, 35 km from here, on Monday at around 6.30 ...
MCH tables 680.69-cr. budget proposals for 2004-05
HYDERABAD, NOV. 10. The Municipal Corporation of Hyderabad (MCH) on Monday tabled before the Standing Committee, a budget estimate of Rs. 680.69 crores for the financial year 2004-05, an increase of 25.57 per cent over last over the last year's ...
CM attends Iftar at Haj House
HYDERABAD, NOV. 10. The Chief Minister, N. Chandrababu Naidu, attended an `Iftar' party arranged by the Wakf Board Chairman, Mohd. Saleem, at the Haj House here on Monday. Along with the Higher Education Minister, N. Md. Farook, and Mr. Salim, ...
Bar on promotions to govt. staff to go
BANGALORE, NOV. 10. In a directive bringing cheer to thousands of Karnataka Government employees up to the rank of class one officers, the Chief Secretary, B.S. Patil, on Monday, said the bar on promotions and increments for them, which had been ...
29 polio cases reported in State
BANGALORE, NOV. 10. The State has seen a resurgence of polio in the past few months with 29 cases being reported till October-end. This is despite the pulse polio immunisation campaign being carried out all over the country. According to the ...
Special security squad planned for Vidhana Soudha
BANGALORE, NOV. 10. The Home Minister, Mallikarjun Kharge, today said that a special squad would be constituted to look after security in the zone covering the Vidhana Soudha, the High Court, the Raj Bhavan, the Legislators' Home, and other ...
Work on BTPS to begin next month
BANGALORE, NOV. 10. Power from the 500 MW Bellary Thermal Power Station (BTPS) would cost Rs. 2.10 a unit or less than Rs. two a unit, the Managing Director of Karnataka Power Corporation Ltd. (KPCL) K. Jothiramalingam, said here today. After a ...
Kalam to attend hydel plant function
BANGALORE, NOV. 10. The President of India, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, will attend the 100th anniversary celebrations of Asia's first hydroelectric power station, established in 1902 at Shivanasamudram on the banks of the Cauvery. The Chief Minister, ...
LDF MLAs stage dharna demanding early session
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, NOV. 10. The Opposition LDF campaign against the UDF dispensation in Kerala gathered further momentum today with its MLAs staging a sit-in before the State secretariat here to press for an early session of the Assembly to ...
TN Govt. move a fascist act: Nayanar
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, NOV. 10. Protest marches were held throughout the State today to condemn the decision of the Tamil Nadu Assembly to jail five senior journalists of The Hindu on a privilege issue. Journalists unions, political parties ...
No violation of Lotteries Act, says Playwin
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, NOV. 10. Even as the State Lotteries Director has issued a notice warning general public about the sale of illegal online lotteries in the State, Pan India Infrawest Pvt. Ltd., which operates online lotteries under the banner ...
Privilege issue resurfaces as defamation case
CHENNAI, NOV. 10. The Chief Minister, Jayalalithaa, has filed yet another defamation case against The Hindu, before the City Civil Court, this time for an article that appeared in its issue dated April 13, 2003 under the caption ``People's ...
Another round of TN-Kerala talks on PAP next month
CHENNAI, NOV. 10. Tamil Nadu and Kerala will hold another round of talks on December 19 in Thiruvananthapuram for a final review of the inter-State agreement on the Parambikulam-Aliyar Project. ``We have arrived at a consensus on some issues. ...
Congress stages Statewide blackflag demonstration
CHENNAI, NOV. 10.The TNCC today hoisted blackflags all over the State, protesting against the Assembly sentencing five members of The Hindu, the editor of Murasoli and the DMK MLA, Parithi Ilamvazhuthi, to simple imprisonment. At ...
Shopowners to let children attend informal schools
CHENNAI, NOV. 10. This morning, right behind the Labour Statue on the Marina, an important decision in the progress of anti-child labour movement of Chennai was taken. More than 200 petty shopowners on the Marina today committed to giving ...
A better road and a battered road
CHENNAI, NOV. 10. Two roads, merely one kilometer apart, could not have presented a more diverse sight on Monday. Corporation workers were working overtime to ensure that Rajah Muthiah Salai, leading to Nehru Indoor Stadium -- the proposed ...
`Rehabilitation of addicts must be culturally relevant'
CHENNAI, NOV. 10.It is essential to fine-tune rehabilitation programmes for substance abusers and make them culturally relevant, the chairperson of Alcoholics Anonymous, Elaine McDowell, said here today. Changes must be made to the existing ...
Deer park to be set up
PONDICHERRY, NOV. 10. The Department of Forests and Wildlife will soon set up a deer park and a crocodile farm as part of government efforts to promote eco forestry and to attract tourists, the Agriculture Minister, A. Namassivayam, said ...
Priority to healthcare of the poor: Rangasamy
PONDICHERRY, NOV. 10. The Chief Minister, N. Rangasamy, has said that when equipment and hi-tech facilities were provided in government hospitals in Pondicherry there was a need to post adequate number of doctors and technicians. Inaugurating ...
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