FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2014. HYDERABAD, INDIA
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Hindupur MLA Balayya working night shifts
That Natasimham Balakrishna is a hardworker is no news anymore. He puts his heart and soul into work which is reflected in his performances on screen. We often find actors struggli
APSRTC to get new fleet of buses
Hyderabad: The fleet of APRSTC is to be strengthened soon. Over 1000 buses are to be added to the fleet by 2015. The rumors are flying around in the government circles about the pr
Asara pension forms: BJP slams Telangana govt
Hyderabad: BJP state president state that the government of Telagana announced that 4.27 lakh applications were received under the Aasara pension scheme form people in Hyderabad. 
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DS, Shabbir Ali on NTR name for RGIA
Hyderabad: Congress party MLCs Shabir Ali and DS opined that renaming the airport terminal in the name of NTR is really horrible. They reminded every one that ex-prime minister Raj
KCR: PV name apt for RGIA
Hyderabad: Telangana Chief Minister KCR condemned the central government’s decision to rename Shamshabad airport in the name of Late NTR. He said that it is not right to keep name
YSRCP: Name RGIA after Komaram Bheem
Hyderabad:  YSR Congress party floor leader Thati Venkateshwarulu demanded Komaram Bheem name for the Shamshabad airport. After the adjournment of assembly for 10 minutes, while sp
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Hindupur MLA Balayya working night shifts

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DS, Shabbir Ali on NTR name for RGIA

Hyderabad: Congress party MLCs Shabir Ali and DS opined that renaming the airport terminal in the name of NTR is really horrible. They reminded every one that ex-prime minister Raj

  • KCR: PV name apt for RGIA
    Hyderabad: Telangana Chief Minister KCR condemned the central government’s decision to rename Shamshabad airport in the name of Late NTR. He said that it is not right to keep More...
  • YSRCP: Name RGIA after Komaram Bheem
    Hyderabad:  YSR Congress party floor leader Thati Venkateshwarulu demanded Komaram Bheem name for the Shamshabad airport. After the adjournment of assembly for 10 minutes, whi More...
WEB EXCLUSIVE

Rajinikanth magic woos IFFI Goa

Tamil superstar Rajinikanth was the cynosure of all eyes as he made his debut appearance at the IFFI in Goa on Thursday evening.  Among other dignitaries who were present w

INDIA

Fear of Hindu Modi-fication of education grows.

Indians were flying aeroplanes, carrying out stem cell research and may even have been using cosmic weapons 5,000 years ago, according to the chairman of India's leading historical organisation. &nb

  • Monkeys in Himachal on rise
  • Northeast student found dead in Delhi
  • 5 Indian fishermen from Sri Lanka in Chennai
  • Wakf board owns Taj Mahal: Azam Khan
WORLD

Pope Francis condemned speculation in food commodities and greed for profits on Thursday, saying they were undermining the global fight against poverty and hunger.       Addressin....

  • Taxi-booking apps Uber under Singapore scrutiny
  • Russia mulls Wikipedia alternative
  • New York Club strippers win case
  • Indian student in London fell from Birmingham wall
BUSINESS

Outsourcing major Infosys Ltd's back-office services unit was overcharging Apple Inc, leading to the exit of top executives, two senior Infosys people said on Thursday.   Infosys, India's sec....

  • Classmates can fund business
  • Apollo inks MoU with Fiji University
  • OECD: Britain fastest growing G7 economy
  • Tech Mahindra buys Lightbridge Communications Corporation
Cities

A paradise for craft lovers

The handlooms and handicrafts exhibition organised by Swayam Krushi, an NGO in Guntur, is attracting craft lovers. With 45 stalls of both handloom sarees and handicrafts, the expo

  • IS recruitment drive keeps govt on toes
  • 3-decade-old VGTMUDA to be dissolved
  • Kisan Vikas Patra relaunched
  • Sand lorries owners threaten to strike from November 28
Hyderabad Hans

The news of an assailant attempting to kidnap Nityananda Reddy, vice-chairman of Aurobindo Pharma, at KBR Park on Wednesday, sent a chill down the spines of not only the walkers but also the people of....

  • Infosys to design Stanford course for grooming executives
  • HRD planning 'Think in India' drive to up innovation: Ir...
  • ‘Varsities should adopt strategy to perform better’
  • ‘Foreign degrees in India’ idea mooted
Crime

India will spend 253 billion rupees ($4.1 billion) to tackle rampant theft of electricity by rolling out metering in cities and upgrading old distribution networks, the power ministry said late on Thu....

  • Cable & Wireless helped Britain spy world
  • Honour killing: Parents kill girl for inter-caste marriage
  • 7 arrested for gang rape
  • Couple robbed of Rs 4.59 lakh
SPORTS

Spot-fixing cricket's greatest crisis: Richard Hadlee.

Christchurch (New Zealand): As corruption in cricket continues to come under scrutiny in India, legendary New Zealand cricketer Richard Hadlee says spot-fixing is the "greatest crisis" the g

  • Viswanathan Anand running out of moves
  • Kohli-Anushka love affair confirmed
  • Difficult to surpass Rohit's 264: Lara
  • World No 48 stuns Sindhu
EDITOR'S CHOICE

Indians were flying aeroplanes, carrying out stem cell research and may even have been using cosmic weapons 5,000 years ago, according to the chairman of India's leading historical organisation. &nb....

  • It’s time they got climate deal right
  • Subverting Anti-Defection Law
  • Himachal wants monkeys off its back
  • Precarious hold on power
TECHNOLOGY

San Francisco:  Intel, helped by a stabilizing personal computer market, gave a revenue outlook for 2015 that was above Wall Street's expectations and also raised its dividend, sending its share....

  • Now, block Ads on Google
  • Curiosity rover to probe mysterious rocks on Mars
  • Jolla plans to launch a budget Sailfish tablet
  • Next iPhone said to bring 'biggest camera jump ever' wit...
NRI

Riyadh: A poor Indian family is waiting for several months to receive the body of their breadwinner, who had committed suicide in Saudi Arabia for not being able to return home due to poor financial a....

  • Indian in UAE molests girl, jailed
  • NRI legendary hotel doorman in Colombo dies
  • Indian-American wins prestigious children's peace prize
  • NRIs in US con investors on social media, charged
EDUCTION/CAREER

Russia mulls Wikipedia alternative.

Russia plans to create its own "Wikipedia" to ensure its citizens have access to more "detailed and reliable" information about their country, the presidential library said on Frid

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  • Apollo inks MoU with Fiji University
  • Women bosses more prone to depression
  • Six challenges that young managers often face
LIFE STYLE

New York:  Caffeine, a compound found in tea, coffee and various nuts and berries may offer a new treatment option for women cocaine addicts, research shows.       Caffeine m....

  • Single men richer
  • Czech Republic has max beer guzzlers
  • Women bosses more prone to depression
  • How to look like in 20s while in 30s
PARENTING/KIDS

New York: A social computer game designed by researchers at the University of Illinois has been found to detect bullying behaviour that had eluded detection by traditional research methods or in cases....

  • Never Share Your bed with your Baby
  • Most parents Lie to their Kids
  • Rely on your parents when it comes to shopping
  • Kids of parents who set food rules eat healthy
TRAVEL

Trip to Hungary .

It isn't to everyone's taste, and animal rights activists wish the custom would vanish entirely, but anyone who ever fancied eating foie gras - fattened goose liver - would have done well to be in t

  • Hyderabad to host travel mart from Nov 28
  • Elephant kills mahout; flees to forest with tourists on ba
  • Chennai among best cosmopolitan cities in world
  • Las Vegas Strip is World's top tourist attraction
FOOD

They say Hyderabad is famous for biryani, sherwani and gandipet ka pani but the list many not be just confined to the mouth watering dish, the ethnic attire and the water from Gandipet, as the Osman S....

  • Heavy Junk food can lead to memory loss
  • Diet to age gracefully
  • Make your own beer with new 'Brewie'
  • Low cal diet sloe ageing
RELATIONSHIP

The Indian government maybe exploring the concept of web filters in order to block pornography, but Indians are only getting bolder in terms of sexual revolution. A recent survey by a personal product....

  • Undress your mind at first-ever sex exhibition
  • Who is most Satisfied In Love Life?
  • Men like foreplay more than women
  • Kissing 10 secs transfers 80m bacteria!
ENVIRONMENT

Another rhino killed in Kaziranga.

Guwahati:  In yet another embarrassment for the Assam forest department, poachers killed another one-horned rhino at the Kaziranga National Park, taking the toll across the state to 28 this year.

  • Lizards breathe like birds
  • NZ researchers identify ancient whale species
  • Freezing temperature chills 50 US states
  • Biofuel from inedible oranges
AUTO

Britain's Rolls-Royce (RR.L) ....

  • Deadly air bag in vehicles: Takata moves quick
  • Maruti looks to export new Alto K10 from December
  • Gixxer alone equals combined sales of Xtreme, Impulse, Hun...
  • Mini 2014 launched in India
HEALTH

New York: Simple texting on smartphone can exert nearly 23 kg of pressure on your spine depending on the angle at which you are texting, an alarming research has revealed.       &....

  • Colon Cancer
  • High-fruit diets can worsen depression
  • Fat around heart may cause irregular heartbeat
  • New hormone can protect from metabolic disorders
HANS/EDITORIAL

A status quo country.

Whenever I return to Bangladesh, I find that one institution or the other has gone under. The last time it was parliament. This time it is the judiciary which, to quote a top lawyer, has been decimate...

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  • Oppn walks into govt trap
  • RTI & charge-sheet
  • Prize idiocy of little men
POLLS

NTR name for RGIA justified?