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EPS, OPS to visit Pasumpon on Oct. 30

IT Minister reviews arrangements for Thevar jayanthi

Return of 'displaced persons' can restore normalcy in Myanmar: Swaraj

Bangladesh has sought India's 'sustained pressures' on Myanmar for its resolution of the Rohingya crisis

India, Bangladesh resolve to fight terror together

Sushma Swaraj, who arrived in Dhaka on a two-day visit, said India has been a longstanding and reliable development partner of Bangladesh'.

Ambika Amma foundguilty of insubordination

Complaint filed by former chairperson of women's commission

Former councillor hacked to death in Madurai

Personal enmity suspected to be the cause

Railways inquire into allegations of extra coach for HRD minister's staff

The Railway Board on Sunday constituted an inquiry into allegations that an extra coach on Padmavati Express was attached for travel between Lucknow and Delhi on request of Union Human Resource Deve...

Neera production hit

A shortage of Neera tappers and working capital have combined to cause problems

SDPI condemns BJP's opposition to Mersal

MADURAISocial Democratic Party of India's State president K.K.S.M. Tehlan Baqavi on Sunday strongly condemned BJP's criticism of the Tamil film Mersal since some of the scenes took a dig at the Goods...

Left not averse to allyingwith Congress: Kodiyeri

But the party should give up its neo-liberal economic policies

Militants hurl grenade at NC leader's house, CRPF jawan hurt in Tral

Militants on Sunday hurled a grenade at the residence of a National Conference leader in the Tral area of Pulwama district in Jammu and Kashmir, resulting in injuries to a CRPF jawan, the polic...

DMK criticises EC for not announcing Gujarat poll schedule

Says EC should work with the principle, Caesar's wife must be above suspicion'.

Fined for mosquito breeding, TNHB swings into action

Starts draining stagnant water from tanks in residential apartments

Palakkad model to be replicated across the State

Stray dog menace to be checked by establishing sterilisation centres

Two years after PM laid foundation, work on AP's new capital yet to take off

Over the last three years, timelines have been set and reset for Amaravati, but the construction process has not crossed the designing stage.

Militants gun down woman in south Kashmir: police

A police cordon was put in place around the area to nab the culprits

Centre de-affiliates 400 ITIs for failing quality norms

The government has de-affiliated close to 400 ITIs after quality inspections administered by it found the institutes lacking the requisite infrastructure and trainers for imparting vocational trainin...

Another starvation death in Jharkhand; administration denies

A fresh instance of death due to starvation and illness have come to fore in Jharkhand with the family members of a 43-year-old rickshaw puller who died on Friday alleging that they were going hungry...

₹5 crore in Home Ministry kitty as penalty from erring NGOs

The Union Home Ministry has collected more than ₹5 crore so far this year as penalty from NGOs which have failed to file their annual income and expenditure statements on time, an official said.Filin...

Narendra Modi launches 'Ro-Ro' ferry service in Gujarat

The PM launched the first phase of the service at a rally in Ghogha in the presence of CM Vijay Rupani and Deputy CM Nitin Patel.

Hardik Patel's key aides join BJP

"Varun and I are of the opinion that the BJP would definitely fulfil our demands,' Reshma Patel claims

EPFO to consider crediting ETF units to PF accounts

Retirement fund body EPFO is likely to consider next month a proposal to credit subscribers' share of its Exchange Traded Fund investments to their provident fund accounts which can be redeemed...

Over 200 villages affected by floods in Odisha


Militant killed in encounter in J&K's Kupwara

An Army official said one militant has been killed and the encounter is still underway.

Congress still firming up its candidates' list in Himachal

Nominees for nine seats not finalised by the ruling party

Yatra to highlight tribal way of agriculture

Water, forest, land and seed were the key elements of the march

TDP in fire-fighting mode

Dilemma over party legislature meeting

Input Tax Credit becomes self-policing mechanism

Officials are not too worried about those under the non-composition scheme as the input tax credit facility and the matching of invoices in the chain of transactions at various levels are two signific...

State to check non-compliance with GST

Commercial Taxes Department staff to create awareness among traders on the new tax regime

Retirement age of doctors may be revised

Incentives for working overtime

State mulls DBT for foolproof PDS

KCR unhappy over hoarding and illegal transport of rice

Opposition leaders arrested

Leaders belonging to various political parties were arrested by the police when they staged a demonstration protesting the Chief Minister's visit.District Congress Committee president N. Rajende...

Tributes paid to policemen

Blood donation camp organised to mark the occasion

Provide cost-effective solutions to civic issues: Collector

Entrepreneurs should help control mosquito menace: Collector

Scrap metal gets new lease of life

Roche Park gets 15 'sculptures' made out of 13 tonnes of scrap metal

Be ready to face monsoon, Minister tells officials

24 hour control rooms established to monitor the situation

Silent march taken out at Porayar

A silent rally was taken out in Porayar on Saturday to pay homage to the eight crew members of the Tamil Nadu State Transport Corporation who died in a roof collapse at the Porayar depot on Friday. T...

Homage paid to victims

Carrying candles in the early hours of Saturday, over 250 workers of Tamil Nadu State Transport Corporation here paid homage in front of the depot at Vannarpet to eight crew who were killed in the TN...

Discharge from Mettur Dam comes down to 15,000 cusecs

Following sharp fall in the realisation of water in River Cauvery at Mettur for the third consecutive day, the discharge from the Mettur Dam for the farm operations in the Cauvery basin was brought d...

Special camps today to enrol new voters

Rita Harish Thakkar, Election Commissioner Observer, held discussion with the representatives of political parties on the preparation of draft electoral rolls at the Collectorate here on Saturday.Col...

12 Atal Tinkering Labs to be set up soon: Minister

Private company will implement the Central scheme, says Sengottaiyan

High cost of power to industrial consumers risks leaving a hole in Tangedco's finances

With many units looking for cheaper alternatives, the electricity provider's revenue is expected to reduce by as much as ₹1,500 crore for 2016-17

'Prosecute CM, Ministers before holding R.K. Nagar byelection'

DMK's candidate Maruthu Ganesh writes to Election Commission

Experts divided over efficacy of nilavembu

Trials need to be conducted, they say

New irrigation technique seeks to save water

Collectors implementing the method in various districts

Heart, lungs of brain-dead man flown to Chennai

38-year-old man met with an accident near Vellore

Opposition stands with Mersal

Don't demonetise Tamil pride, tweets Rahul; Stalin sees red

Will approach court if UGC delays recognition to KSOU, says Rayaraddi

The Centre should intervene in the matter: Rayaraddi

Lingayat tag: I'm ready for debate, says Pejawar seer

Vishwesha Tirtha Swami of Paryaya Pejawar Mutt said on Saturday he was ready for a debate on how Lingayat–Veerashaiva community was a part of Hindu religion. The seer told presspersons here that he w...

Former legislators oppose lavish spending on Vidhana Soudha jubilee celebration

Karnataka State Former Legislators' Forum has opposed lavish spending on the 60th anniversary celebration of the Vidhana Soudha and said it should be pegged at no more than ₹10 lakh.Forum president H...

De-linked polls with reason: CEC on Gujarat assembly elections

'Both geographically and weather-wise, there is no commonality between Gujarat and Himachal'