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JICA fact- finding team visits Metro station sites

The Japan International Co-operation Agency’s (JICA) fact-finding team, which has arrived here as part of the inspection prior to the funding for the Kochi Metro project, visited the proposed Metro st

Visually challenged protesters detained

Police on Thursday detai­ned more than 200 visually-challenged people, including 100 women, who were staging a demonstration ne­ar Valluvar kottam in Nu­ngambakkam to press for an appointment with the

Give in or face probe engineering colleges told

The consortium of engineering and professional colleges’ managements association of AP, which represents most professional colleges in the state, has asked managements of all engineering colleges to v

Save wilting Samba crop: CM

Chief minister J. Jayala­li­t­haa in the meeting with her Karnataka counterpa­rt Jagadish Shettar on Th­ursday highlighted the plight of farmers. She sa­id, “The present storage of Mettur reservoir is

Tendulkar gears up for Panesar challenge

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On a day when former Aus­tralian captain Ricky Pon­ting decided to retire from international cricket, Ma­ster Blaster Sachin Ten­dulkar batted with in­tense concentration at a practice session at the

CMs who shaped TN

Policies, their formulation and implementation are the critical aperture through which modern states have evolved and reified. Though the policies are politically defined and ideologically loaded, the

Nude swami’s arrest sought in Prakasam

The All India Students Federation, All India Youth Federation and AP Praja Natyamandali on Thursday demanded the arrest of a 'nude god-man' who was camped near Darsi in Prakasam.

AP Praja Natyamanda

Goondas can now be detained for one year

The period of preventive detention is to be extended from six months to one year, as per a state government decision.

This is with a view to giving more teeth to the Kerala Anti-Social Activities (Pr

Ciganda starts as favourite

The country’s top women golfers will be up against a stellar line-up from the Ladies European and Asian Tours, when the $300,000 Hero Women’s Indian Open tees off at the DLF Golf and Country Club here

Runaway bogie halts traffic

A major tragedy was averted when a coach-bogie split from wheel trolley of the Ernakulam-Kayamkulam passenger very close to Alappuzha railway station around 11.30 am on Thursday. There were eight pass

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