SUNDAY, MARCH 29, 2015. HYDERABAD, INDIA

Andhra Pradesh View All
Scientists sound alarm over rising sea level
AU geo-engineering team conducts study  Guntur: Global warming, land subsidence and shore-line erosion caused by aquaculture ponds are resulting in eustatic se
Utilisation certificates of works missing
Constituency Development programme Hyderabad: The Committee on Public Accounts of Andhra Pradesh Legislature has expressed shock over missing of utilisation ce
Metro rail in Vijayawada, Vizag by 2019
Both Vijayawada and  Visakhapatam rail network will be completed by 2019, says DMRC direcor Sharma whose Delhi Metro Rail Corporation and its legendy MD Sridhar

Telangana View All
Singareni bags olden Peacock Innovative Product / Service Award for 2015...
Singareni Collieries has bagged the coveted Golden Peacock Innovative Product / Service Award for 2015 for “processed Overburden for utilization as stowing and
GHMC to clean 14 lakes of water hyacinth
Hyderabad: The Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) has initiated the works on removal of water hyacinth from city's prominent lakes. According to the
Liquor flows like water at festival
Tandur (Ranga Reddy): Srirama Navami festival organised on a grand note at Ramalayam in Juntupalli village of Yalal mandal on Saturday. Devotees thronged the te
POLLS

IAS officer DK Ravi's death: Do you smell a conspiracy?

DON'T MISS

Air India flight to London not hijacked: Govt

New Delhi: Air India and aviation authorities on Saturday termed as false claims of a security scare onboard a recent Delhi-bound Air India flight from London. Nothing unusual w

NON STOP

RS prorogued for Land Ordinance

New Delhi: The Budget session of the Rajya Sabha was cut short on Saturday with the House being prorogued to pave the way for re-promulgation of the controversial Land Acquisition

  • IRNSS 1D set for launch today
    Sullurpet (Nellore): The countdown began on Thursday at 5.49 a.m. for the launch of the fourth Indian Regional Navigational Satellite System (IRNSS-1D) from the Satish Dhawan India More...
  • Talasani's continuation in Cabinet opposed
    Hyderabad: The Telangana Congress Legislature Party has strongly objected to the continuation of Talasani Srinivas Yadav as Commercial Taxes Minister in the State Cabinet without r More...
WEB EXCLUSIVE

Donate blood: Stay healthy, save lives

This is universal truth that despite all the development in medical science an artificial blood cannot be prepared in a lab, factory or institution. There is no substitute for huma

  • Smile on the face not a sign of happiness
    The recent German wings plane crash caused by its co-pilot in French alps is a sign of psychological depression in humans. The psychological well being of a person is important not More...
  • GHMC repeats TS govt mistake
    Shows exact figures for BE & RE for last fiscal Hyderabad: The GHMC appears to be closely following in the footsteps of the State government. Just as the State government had More...
Ap Capital

Sri Shirdi Saians bag state ranks

Four students Ch Mani Praneeth, P Praneeth Reddy, G Harsha and Ch Vishnu Vivek bagged top state ranks in the International Maths Olympiad (IMO) and National Science Olympiad (NSO) and brought laurels ...

  • INTUC leader part of US exchange programme
  • 12 yr old dazzles with 800 performances
  • Free seminar for bank job aspirants
  • Techno-cultural & sports fest Nirulotsav-2k15 underway
Hyderabad Hans

Hyderabad: A joy ride on a speed boat turned tragic for an IT trainee, as the boat collided with another boat, resulting in her death in Hussain Sagar Lake on Friday night. The incident happened about....

  • Wah! Warsis
  • A psychological thriller set in Hyd
  • Crucial MAA elections today
  • A pleasing vocal recital
Cities

President Mukherkjee and PM Modi congratulate Sania Nehwal on becoming world no 1

President Pranab Mukherjee on Saturday congratulated ace shuttler Saina Nehwal for becoming first Indian woman player in badminton to be world no. 1.   "Congrats Sain

  • Rift deepens in Aam Aadmi Party that challenged Modi
  • India turns to 'satellite god' for crop mapping
  • Coalgate: SC to hear Manmohan plea on April 1
  • President Pranab Mukherjee to present Bharat Ratna to form...
INDIA

Dress code diktat in Goa eased

Panaji:  Goa's Art and Culture department has withdrawn its circular on dress code in office and allowed semi-formal and smart casuals for its staff in a fresh direction.   The departme

  • AAP holds cycle rally from Ludhiana to Chandigarh to prote
  • Lee was the tallest leaders of our times: Modi
  • President Mukherkjee and PM Modi congratulate Sania Nehwal
  • Rift deepens in Aam Aadmi Party that challenged Modi
WORLD

Whilst the world media was busy making the Charlie Hebdo shootings a quintessence of violence,  human aggression and terrorism, there was a biblical massacre ravaging the African country of Niger....

  • Prince Charles, Britain's best dressed man: Liz Hurley
  • Los Angeles train hits car on tracks and derails, 21 hurt
  • Islamist rebels in Syria capture north-western city of Idl...
  • Tim Cook disappointed by new company law against gays
BUSINESS

Amazon.com is in talks to buy online luxury retailer Net-a-porter in what could be the biggest acquisition yet for the e-commerce giant, but the negotiations are in early stages and could fall apart, ....

  • Australia to join China-proposed Asian bank
  • RBI moves to restrict bank exposure to corporate loans
  • US economic growth slows in fourth quarter
  • SpiceJet flight cancellations likely: Know why
SPORTS

Test cricket the pinnacle, says outgoing Michael Clarke

Melbourne:  Australia captain Michael Clarke accepted he may be running against the tide of public opinion but insisted he had no regrets about putting Test cricket above one-day and Twenty20 in

  • Hamilton holds of resurgent Vettel for Malaysia pole
  • New Zealand opt to bat against Australia in final
  • Saina badminton queen
  • Saina Nehwal is No 1 in World Baddminton
NEWS ANALYSIS

The recent German wings plane crash caused by its co-pilot in French alps is a sign of psychological depression in humans. The psychological well being of a person is important not only for airlines b....

  • Goswami Tulsidas and Ramcharitramanas
  • India must be wary of Tamil extremism in Sri Lanka
  • A very ostrich mentality
  • Worrying tales of worst cops
TECHNOLOGY

How far have you come Samsung! Five years ago, on March 2010, the Korean electronics manufacturer announced the launch of the ‘S’ model of Samsung’s line up of mobile phones. The pho....

  • Astronauts board space station for one-year mission
  • Olympus launches the E-M5 Mark II, its latest mirror-less ...
  • Facebook launches new mobile app analytics tool
  • RCom can provide 4G pan-India
NRI

Recounting her heartrending tale of woe, an Indian-American mother turned to US lawmakers for help to get back her two children allegedly abducted to India by her ex-husband six years ago.   ....

  • Ships set sail to Yemen to bring back stranded India
  • Obama honours Indian-American scientist
  • Indian held in forced labour in Australia to get $14
  • Heathrow Airport warns PIA for violating UK laws
EDUCATION/CAREER

AP universities receive Rs 255 crore from UGC for upgradation

The University Grants Commission (UGC) has released a fund of Rs. 255 crores for the upgradation of universities in Andhra Pradesh.   An amount of Rs 55 crore has been reportedly allocated fo

  • Don't wait for opportunity, create it!
  • Maritime Silk Route
  • Oh my word Dye, Die Dyeing, Dying
  • All IndiaSeminar on
LIFESTYLE

Indian women are "so beautiful", says London-based makeup artist Tara Moghaddam and says she is in love with the bright colours of India and would love to do make-up for Indian stars. &nb....

  • Accessories do matter
  • Gurgaon girl Aditi Arya crowned Miss India
  • 10 summer collections in vogue at fashion week
  • Sandip Soparrkar Shoe-perbstatement at Lakme Fashion Week
PARENTING/KIDS

London:  If you tend sleep for over 9 hours or less than 6, chances are you might lower your life expectancy.In a new study by Warwick University, scientists have found that adults who sleep more....

  • School kids getting addicted to hookahs
  • The hans story time
  • Kids from educated households have better IQ levels
  • The hans story time
TRAVEL

For the thrill seekers

Yes, the beaches are heavenly, the landscapes are breathtaking, the resorts are top-notch, and the people are genuinely friendly. Mauritius, however, has many more adventurous attractions than its tra

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  • Marrakech in Morocco top destination: Trip Advisor Travele
  • World's top tourist attraction goes to Las Vegas Strip
FOOD

Gone are the days when the much loved ice-cream for children and adults alike was available in limited flavours. Now, ice-cream is available in a wide range of flavours and varieties. Designer ice-cre....

  • Food security card for all eligible by April-end: Eatala
  • Mega Food Park underway
  • FASTING- A TOOL TO HEAL
  • Toppings from the top chef
RELATIONSHIP

Melbourne:  Across a number of faiths and cultures, people tend to date and marry others who share their religious beliefs. This is due to inferences about religious people's personalities, reve....

  • People are wired to get over romantic break ups
  • Woman to marry tree after satisfied sex
  • Active men have better erectile and sexual function
  • Love begins to pour when men come home
ENVIRONMENT

Climate Change not causing extreme weather, finds study

Washington: Contrary to popular belief, cold snaps like the ones that hit the eastern United States in the past winter are not a consequence of climate change, says a new study.   The results

  • Earth Hour: IAF to switch off lights
  • Protect forests using technology, says Environment ministe...
  • How honeybees fight off infection
  • Migratory birds bid adieu to Kashmir Valley
AUTO

Canadian drivers have launched three class action lawsuits against embattled Japanese auto supplier Takata over defective airbags linked to at least five fatalities w....

  • UM Motorcycles to focus on cruisers In India
  • Face off: Bajaj Pulsar RS200 vs Yamaha YZF-R15 vs Honda CB...
  • Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet, CLS 250 CDI Coupe launche...
  • Slowdown hits Ford’s India plans
HEALTH

This is universal truth that despite all the development in medical science an artificial blood cannot be prepared in a lab, factory or institution. There is no substitute for human blood. It is great....

  • China to supply more Japanese Encephalitis vaccine to Indi...
  • Music activates genes for memory
  • Micropacemaker to treat foetus with heart block
  • Music may activate genes for learning, memory
Opinion

Going down sans a fight

Both the bowlers and batsmen played stellar roles till the quarterfinals only to perish quite illogically when confronting the most formidable team of the championship There was no Sydney opera for t...

  • A monumental task
  • Up in the air
  • Wages of vague communication
  • Section 66A goes
Crime

A teenage girl, who was sexually harassed by three youths of her village on Thursday, has allegedly committed suicide by setting herself ablaze in Muzaffarnagar district, police said.    ....

  • Girl gang-raped, boyfriend beaten up in Telangana
  • Three flats burgled; gold, silver stolen
  • 3 killed, 1 injured as lorry rams into house
  • 6 persons held for treasure hunt