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Smokescreen lifts: Edappadi and OPS led alliance talks with Goyal

Ministers Thangamani, Velumani gave the impression that they held the negotiations

Plea to save Chettinad House from demolition

Industrialist A.C. Muthiah files civil suit in High Court against M.A.M.R. Muthiah

AIADMK keen on contesting at least 25 Lok Sabha seats

Willing to cede no more than 15 seats to allies, says a top leader

Palaniswami completes two years in office

The launch of two publications and a compact disc, containing details regarding accomplishments of the government headed by Edappadi K. Palaniswami, m

‘Anybody can seek ticket, but party will decide who gets it’

Thambi Durai attempts to downplay demand for Karur seat

HC dismisses PIL plea against ₹2,000 dole

Accepts A-G’s submission that enumeration was a scientific exercise

Seize passport of defaulter, HC tells bank

KAPL moves court against a firm with which it had a business agreement

New housing policy to be announced soon: OPS

Focus on slum clearance, rehabilitation

Port policy profitable: Gadkari

The new port development policy has made all large ports post profit, according to Nitin Gadkari, Union Shipping Minister. The government had understo

TNCC chief wants list of dole beneficiaries

Wonders how govt. got to 60 lakh figure

Chinna Thambi caught again, sent to kraal

To be shifted to Kozhikamuthi elephant camp in ATR after being tamed

Kanimozhi rushes back

Rajya Sabha MP Kanimozhi, who was scheduled to attend a series of party events in the district till February 24, cancelled her programme minutes after

Pulwama perpetrators won’t be spared: Ravi Shankar

The perpetrators of the suicide attack in Pulwama in Jammu and Kashmir that killed 44 Central Reserve Police Force personnel will not go unpunished, U

Marans move HC again in phone exchange case

Say the rule of law has been completely flouted by trial court

Jaya panel seeks another extension

This is the fourth extension sought by the Commission.

Goa Lokayukta wants CBI probe into suspected cartel rigging gadget tender

Slams State’s reluctance in investigating matter due to ‘fear of old skeletons’

Modi to launch big-ticket projects in Yavatmal, Dhule

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will sound the poll bugle in Maharastra with the inauguration of big-ticket projects in Yavatmal and Dhule on Saturday. S

Chevireddy complains to CEO on ‘deletion’ of names from voters’ list

‘150 votes per booth being removed in Chandragiri segment’

SC refuses to withdraw work from Meghalaya HC judge

The Supreme Court on Friday refused to withdraw judicial work from Meghalaya High Court judge Justice Sudip Ranjan Sen who had created a controversy b

Pulwama terror attack: Pak demand for investigation preposterous, says MEA

Hours after Pakistan briefed Ambassadors of the P5 countries of the United Nations Security Council on the Pulwama terror attack, India hit back sayi

EC urged to prevent misuse of govt. machinery during electioneering

Allegations of huge sums of money parked with some functionaries, says EC

Women lawyers stage relay fast

Demand written assurance from government on HC Bench

Mandatory govt. service: Doctors’ appeal against it dismissed

A Division Bench of the Karnataka High Court on Friday upheld the order of a single bench, which had said that the rules governing the admission to po

HC refuses to quash case against pharma firm

The Karnataka High Court on Friday declined to quash criminal proceedings against Sanofi India Ltd., a pharmaceutical company, by the Central Bureau o

TS’ second tallest tricolour hoisted

150-m flag pole erected at a cost of ₹76 lakh; patriotic spirit pervades Karimnagar

Desi mango trees in full bloom

With middlemen in picture, tribal farmers may not be able to cash in on the bumper harvest

Eyes wide shut to illegal parking in Karimnagar

‘Cops’ focus more on helmet rule, ignore other traffic woes’

Deve Gowda condemns Pulwama attack

Expressing grief over the terror attack on CRPF men in Pulwama, former Prime Minister H.D. Deve Gowda, here on Friday, recalled the days when he handl

Cool nights, water stress cited for mango bloom

There was drop in night temperature early Jan.

Jyothi’s murder kicks up huge row in Guntur

Family demands suspension of DSP

Elusive leopard captured by forest officials, sent to Vizag zoo

10 days of panic comes to an end in coastal villages of East Godavari

Terrorist attack on CRPF personnel condemned

Activists of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) took out a rally in the city under the leadership of G.D.V. Prasad, S. Srinivas, P. Raghava Raju and othe

‘Revoke decision on venue of hospital’

Environmentalists and progressive thinkers have opposed the construction of the super-speciality hospital at Gandhada Kothi in the heart of Hassan cit

Car owner fined for not wearing helmet

Faux pas committed by Srikalahasti traffic police; e-challan withdrawn

Police quell YSR Congress Party’s protest against Kodela

Ambati alleges corruption on part of Speaker

‘Future of India hinges on teachers’

Narayana Murthy urged teachers to strive for changes in syllabi that would enhance curiosity, increase observational skills

Dalit convention in Bengaluru on February 25

A forum of Dalit organisations – Dalit Sanghatanegala Okkoota – has organised a convention in Bengaluru on February 25 to put forward several demands

BJP activists decry J&K attacks as a dastardly ambush

‘Centre must retaliate and shouldn’t waste time on talks’

Veteran scribe Vaman Rao is dead

He was Chief of Bureau of The Hindu

TS witness searches for answers at Brijesh Kumar Tribunal hearing

‘Correction factor’ not applied for computation of values, he says

Avanthi a ‘migratory bird’, says TDP

‘Amanchi’s allegation of favouritism to a particular community is ill-founded’

Medal winners from remote villages hog the limelight at convocation

Her parents work for daily wage to meet the educational expenses of their children and other needs of the family. But keeping aside all the problems

Advocates seek their due

Accuse the governments of being indifferent to their woes

Next government at the Centre should build Ram temple, says Pejawar seer

Vishwesha Tirtha Swami of Pejawar Mutt said on Friday that whichever government comes to power after the 2019 parliamentary elections should construc

On the Silk Route trail

The Silk Route was an unhindered stream of trade that built bridges between cultures, until it was broken up by the rise of national borders. A Russian plumber and a German nurse capture its romance by retracing the route. Peerzada Ashiq reports

Attack in J&K a cowardly act, says Kanna

Candlelight march taken out as a mark of respect to the martyred jawans

Appointment letters for DSC selectees on May 15

Results have been declared in a record time: Ganta

U.K. department to help Andhra Pradesh retain its leadership in EoDB ranking

RDD team to identify and address ‘pain points’ faced by entrepreneurs

55 Cong. leaders vying for nine Assembly seats in Vizianagaram

Kishore Chandra Deo’s daughter among many contenders for Araku LS seat

Is Magunta cosying up to YSRCP?

It is too early to say anything now on my future plans, says the TDP MLC

Hartal damage: RTC seeks to appoint claim commissioner

Agitators damaged 99 buses during hartal on January 3

VFPCK set to facilitate farm exports

The nodal agency is expected to bring Kerala farmers closer to global market

Suggestions on Church properties Bill sought

Bid to ensure transparent administration

LDF, UDF share honours in local body bypolls

Ruling front bags 15 wards and Opposition 12, BJP draws a blank

Curtain goes up on Thunchan fete

This year’s Thunchan Literary Festival began at Thunchan Paramba, Tirur, on Friday. Inaugurating the festival, well-known Bengali writer Manoranjan By

Vasanthakumar had come home in February

Body of CRPF jawan will be brought to Wayanad today

Pinarayi, Modi govts. create social tension: Chennithala

Development Manifesto released at the close of Jose K. Mani’s Kerala Yatra

Excise dept. to be freed of a major headache

NDPS Act allows early disposal of seized drugs

Wayanad sanctuary yields a new spider

Team from CATE spots a spider taxonomically related to an Australian species

CPI(M) survey to feel the pulse of voters

Party workers to visit houses, meet voters before the first week of March to elicit their views

Low fares for NoRKs on more airlines

The scheme under which discounts are offered on airfares to non-resident Keralites (NoRKs) will be extended to more airlines, Chief Minister Pinarayi

Differences to the fore in BJP over candidates

Muraleedharan, Padmanabhan, Surendran skip meet

NTPC Ramagundam bags award

The NTPC-Ramagundam received runner-up Annual Heat Rate Trophy-2017-18 at NTPC’s International O&M conference held at Raipur on Thursday.NTPC Regi

Officials told to draw integrated plan to ensure rain water reaches tanks

‘Mission Kakatiya not complete till revival of all tanks’

KCR likely to induct Six to 10 ministers into Cabinet

The Chief Minister keeps everyone guessing on the details

Ragging accused told to join anti-ragging drive

High Court has a word of advice for students

Forget defeat, Uttam tells Congress leaders

Congress can come back vigorously, says TPCC chief

NGT sets aside MoEF’s approval for SCCL mine

Tribunal prohibits blasting operations in Kakatiya Khani

Activists call for enactment of law on right to health care

It was one of the major poll promises of Cong. in Rajasthan

A lifetime of finding genes to counter heart disease

Helen Hobbs dwells on genetic mutations and diseases

PM Modi’s bonanza for Bundelkhand

Lays foundation stone for schemes worth ₹20,000 crore in Jhansi and Chitrakoot Dham divisions

SC stays death warrant against M.P. teacher

Convicted of brutally raping a child

Arvind Kejriwal, Kirti Azad settle row with DDCA

DDCA to withdraw ₹5 cr. suit.

Gaganyaan’s review panel to meet in March

Indian Space Research Organisation to share mission details to stakeholders

Call for timely probe into RTI activist’s death

With 16 murders, Maharashtra tops the list of activists killed

Inter-State frictions are back in the Northeast

Clashes break out between police and villagers in Meghalaya; stone pelting and arson reported

ED attaches assets worth ₹904 cr. of realty developers

The firm has allegedly cheated about 35,000 investors in Maharashtra between 2006 and 2017

Pay ₹10 for a meal, help raise aid for poor

Good Samaritan initiative of a church group at Maramon

‘Hear cases of defence personnel on top priority’

Acting Chief Justice tells lawyers to offer their services for free to jawans

Martyred jawan had plans of taking VRS to look after ageing parents

Guru had visited his family for about 10 days and reported for duty on the fateful day

‘I’m clerk of six crore people’

CM responds to Amit Shah’s statement calling him Congress’ clerk

Bio-diesel made must for all ZP vehicles

In a step towards creating public awareness on bio-diesel, the State government has made it mandatory for all vehicles being used by the zilla panchay

Notices served to 128 UoM staff over appointments in 2006-07

The controversy surrounding the alleged illegal appointments of teaching staff in University of Mysore (UoM) during 2006-07 has returned to haunt the

Bikaner land scam: ED attaches assets of Robert Vadra

Why did it take them four years and eight months?: Vadra

7 Rohingya with fake Indian papers held

Seven Rohingya, who were trying to fly to Mauritius using forged Indian identity documents were arrested at the Kempegowda International Airport (KIA)

Pulwama attack: Election Commission officials may defer visit to J&K

The Election Commission’s visit to Jammu and Kashmir to review the preparedness for the coming Lok Sabha and Assembly elections may get delayed owing

Income norm relaxed for judges’ post

The Supreme Court Collegium, led by Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi, has removed the need for lawyers to have a minimum income limit of ₹7 lakh

What is Most Favoured Nation status?

India on February 15, 2019 revoked the Most Favoured Nation status bestowed on Pakistan in 1996 in retaliation to the terror attack in Pulwama.

RTI integral, says Supreme Court but refuses to come under it

But the court’s appeal against bringing itself under RTI is pending for nearly nine years

Upset BJP Central leadership asks State unit to shelve ‘Operation Lotus’ for now

It wants State leaders to focus on Lok Sabha poll preparations

Pulwama attack: Jaish picked up a new recruit for deadly car bomb attack

The Jaish-e-Muhammad had picked up a new recruit for the deadly attack in Pulwama. The suicide bomber has been identified as Adil Ahmad Dar, alias “Wa

News Analysis: Explaining Mayawati’s hostility towards the Congress

By repeatedly emphasising that the BJP and the Congress are birds of the same feather, she has avoided fencing herself in one camp.

Pulwama attack: No specific intel input, says Advisor to Jammu & Kashmir Governor

Governor’s Advisor says explosives could have been smuggled across the border

Pulwama attack: Bodies mutilated beyond recognition

Officials struggle to put names to slain men

Pulwama attack: Suicide bomber set off a huge cache of RDX

100-150 kg of the explosive was used, shows probe.

Terrorists will pay a heavy price for Pulwama attack: Modi

In a hard-hitting speech, the Prime Minister said the “blood of the people is boiling” and forces behind the act of terrorism will definitely be punished.

AMU student booked for tweet on Pulwama attack

A student of the Aligarh Muslim University was on Friday booked for allegedly posting an objectionable tweet on the soldiers who died in the Pulwama