WEDNESDAY, MAY 06, 2015. HYDERABAD, INDIA

Andhra Pradesh View All
Spurt in child marriages, rapes in Visakhapatnam
14 marriages prevented, 12 minor girls raped this year Visakhapatnam: Whether it is marriage or rape, minor girls in the region are becoming easy target for al
HC clears air on possession of property without title
Justice M Seetharama Murthy of the High Court at Hyderabad ruled that a person only has to prove title to his property if he is filing a suit of recovery of the
2.95 lakh lives can be saved with Pentavalent vaccine
Hyderabad: Vaccines are the most cost-effective healthcare interventions. Money spent on a childhood vaccination not only helps save a life, but greatly reduces

Telangana View All
Rahul Gandhi to visit farmers in Telangana on May 11-12
In his first visit to Telangana after the formation of separate state, Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi will visit the farmers in Telangana state on May 11-
Telangana RTC strike hit students hard
With the indefinite strike of RTC beginning on Tuesday night, the students who are taking exams in universities have received the largest setback. With ove
Hyderabad students falling prey to ISIS campaign
With students travelling to European countries and Britain from various parts of Telangana especially Hyderabad to pursue Masters in engineering, many are falli
POLLS

Chandrababu says AP has got a raw deal from bifurcation. Do you agree?

DON'T MISS

Salman convicted, court to announce sentence on Thursday

Superstar Salman Khan has been found guilty in the 2002 hit-and-run case and the sessions court here is scheduled to pronounce the quantum of punishment on Thursday. Additiona

  • Thunderstorm may hit Telangana today
    Hyderabad: The Met office has warned of thunderstorm with isolated hail/squall occurring in Telangana on May 6. It said isolated rain or thundershowers may occur in Andhra Pradesh More...
  • Modi on 3-nation visit from May 14
    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will pay a three-nation official visit to China, Mongolia and South Korea from May 14-19. His three-nation tour comes less than a month afte More...
NON STOP

Can’t stop accidents, it was God’s will

Moga molestation New Delhi: He may have been attempting to deflect the political heat on his leaders but may only have ended up feeding it further. Punjab's Education Minister Sur

  • Fresh tremors jolt Nepal, earthquake measures 4.5
    Fresh tremors on Saturday jolted parts of Nepal, even as death toll in the country after a powerful quake struck on April 25 crosses 6,600. According to India Meteorological D More...
  • Rahul to take TS by storm
    Padayatra to focus on failures of TRS govt Hyderabad: The AICC president- in-the-making, Rahul Gandhi, who took up the cause of farmers with his tours in Punjab and Maharashtra, i More...
WEB EXCLUSIVE

Myths of 6-day week among Employees: Student engagement

The Indian Society is fast approaching a scenario where the working styles, working hours, the work itself and the commonly applicable laws governing the working conditions are ass

Ap Capital

Shivaji refuses to relent on special status to AP

Tollywood hero Shivaji’s fast demanding special status and a development package for Andhra Pradesh entered the third day on Tuesday. Shivaji reiterated his resolve to continue his fast until th...

  • Open auction system a boon for mango farmers
  • Under-14 teams ready for national championship
  • GoSports boost for Gopichand’s academy
  • VMC invites bids for solar panel installation
Hyderabad Hans

The TirumalaTirupati Devasthanams ticket booking facility which is now available for people in the city would be extended to all parts of the country. The chief postmaster general informed that the so....

  • The mechanophile who brought laurels to the city
  • Lalaguda Nerve centre of railways
  • Motivating villagers to innovate
  • City gets first Postal ATM
Crime

In a shocking incident that came to light, the Chaitanyapuri police have arrested an assistant professor and a woman organizer who is also a teacher after a brothel was raided. While a 23-year ol....

  • Woman inflicts burn injuries on son with paramour’s help
  • 20 suspects held in search operation
  • Cyber crimes: India, Japan to fight on war footing
  • Woman molested in bus; driver, conductor held
INDIA

Nepal quake rekindles fears on Tehri dam, Jaitapur N plant

Bengaluru: The devastating quake in Nepal has revived the controversy in India over the Tehri dam in Uttarakhand that was commissioned in 2006-07 and a nuclear plant proposed to be set up at Jaitapur

  • Blocking, slowing down content on net should not be allowe
  • UK revokes visas of two right-wing activists
  • No Pak visa for Anupam Kher
  • Akash inducted into Army arsenal
WORLD

Beijing: A Chinese university student has been detained for rearing nine pythons at his home after buying snake eggs from the internet. The student from Fujian province was held for illegally purchasi....

  • Another Rajapaksa loyalist held for fraud
  • Man arrested after he likes own ‘most wanted’ Facebook...
  • Teacher warned for making student hold umbrella for her
  • Nepal takes charge as toll mountsNepal takes charge as tol...
BUSINESS

Europe's second biggest insurer AXA(AXAF.PA) has won the Indian government's approval to raise its stake in two local insurance joint ventures with Bharti Enterprises to 49 percent, a government sta....

  • Oil prices hit fresh 2015 high on weaker dollar, Libya sup...
  • Asian stocks at two-week lows, bond woes spread, dollar sl...
  • Services growth in India loses more steam in April
  • India has potential to grow at 9-10 per cent: Finance Mini...
SPORTS

We did not hit the yorkers as well as we would have liked: Duminy

Mumbai: A downcast Delhi Daredevils skipper Jean-Paul Duminy blamed his bowlers for their inability to send down good yorkers against the Mumbai Indians. "The ball was not that wet. We picked

  • I am just trying to use my experience: Harbhajan
  • I just hope we carry on the same performance: Rohit Sharma
  • Wasim Akram waiting for Sunil Narine to spring back
  • Maria Sharapova, Petra Kvitkova through in Madrid Open
NEWS ANALYSIS

As the May 7th British election approaches, a worrisome scenario about the outcome in the polls emerges: neither of the two major parties will enough votes to form a government. This means that the ba....

  • Bid to water down pharma patents
  • PM’s soft touch to Chinese ties
  • Oz coal lobby opposes uranium deal with India?
  • Friends and foes mixed up: Arab balance of power being sha...
TECHNOLOGY

In a clash of corporate titans over naming rights in a fast-changing industry, Microsoft (MSFT.O) and its Skype phone service came out on the losing side of an EU court battle on Tuesday with Rupert M....

  • NASA seeks public inputs for longer human stay on Mars
  • Fresh espresso in space anyone? Italian astronaut brews co...
  • Yu Yuphoria launch date revealed
  • Twitter removes support for embedding games in tweets
NRI

London: Premier David Cameron tried to woo the Indian community in the UK with a campaign slogan in Hindi 'Phir ek baar Cameron sarkar', using Prime Minister Narendra Modi's popular poll mantra. &....

  • Indian's killer in Saudi Arabia beheaded
  • Idea of Malaysia’s 1st Hindu college welcomed
  • University of Nevada holds one-of-a-kind Hindu Bacca...
  • Indian jailed for killing co-worker in Dubai
EDUCATION/CAREER

Myths of 6-day week among Employees: Student engagement

The Indian Society is fast approaching a scenario where the working styles, working hours, the work itself and the commonly applicable laws governing the working conditions are assuming increasing imp

  • Air invites applications for telugu data entry operators
  • Flowering biology…… must for corporate HR
  • Atal Pension Yojana (APY)
  • AIR invites applications for Telugu data entry operators
LIFESTYLE

They are cool and trendy. Neutral tone of stones on the neckpiece can turn a trendy statement piece into a timeless classic one, says an expert. Designer Neha Goel of the label Nepra has come up with ....

  • Breast cancer survivors can flaunt this lingerie to feel s...
  • Gossiping is good for health, therapeutic
  • Of YouTube Celebrity Cassandra Bankson, two vaginas
  • Impulsive people with angry personality traits are aggress...
PARENTING/KIDS

Over 60 % of sleepwalkers’ children develop the disorder Sleepwalking is a common childhood disorder Generally, it disappears during adolescence ....

  • Air pollution puts kids at allergy risk
  • The hans story time
  • Childhood inattention linked to poor grades later
  • Parental training improves behaviour of autistic kids
TRAVEL

Priceless Hercules state in Italy damaged by tourists for selfie

Two tourists in northern Italy have landed in a soup after they broke off a piece of a priceless statue of Hercules, which dates back to 1700, while trying to climb it and take a picture with it. The

  • 10 Must do family adventures in California this summer
  • Mount Everest route damaged, yet open to climbers
  • Gloomy Goa tourism shows no sign of resurrection
  • Elysium On Earth
FOOD

Ingredients Tomatoes ginger green chillies mustard seeds cumin seeds Turmeric  Red chilli powder Coriander powder Jeera powder sev   How to prepare   Heat oil in a pan. ad....

  • Coffee a must drink beverage, here's why
  • Drinks to escape into this summer
  • Sanskriti Restaurant Mumbai sets world record for biggest ...
  • #Meatless Monday: Eat green, red and yellow veggies for de...
RELATIONSHIP

Getting along with mother-in-law: Lot of girls have an issue to adjust with their mother in laws and the problems usually arise when the husband is not at home. Commenting about the mother –in-l....

  • India among sexually satisfied countries in the world
  • Women want sex at 11.21 p.m., men at 7.54 a.m.: Survey
  • Golden rules for happy relationships
  • Signs to know that he’s the ONE!
ENVIRONMENT

River Ganga cleaning campaign could shift India's view of responsibilities to safeguard natural bounty'

Government's ambitious Ganga cleaning programme and setting up of the National Green Tribunal could shift India's view of its responsibilities to safeguard its natural bounty, a study by Circle of B

  • Avalanche-hit Nepal village cut off due to bad weather
  • Lake foaming in Bengaluru sign of threat to urban wetlands
  • First solar generation project launched in Pakistan
  • Adidas to turn ocean's plastic waste into clothing
AUTO

Ford India started off its innings in the country with the Ford Escort, a car which didn’t really do well here. The Ikon changed it all and gained its fair shar....

  • Tata Motors puts diesel Nano plan on hold
  • Tata Motors puts diesel Nano plan on back burner
  • More powerful HF Deluxe
  • Volvo considering local production
HEALTH

Well-funded startup unveils ClassPass-like fitness-sharing business model that keeps fitness partners busy and makes fitness more accessible, flexible and fun HONG KONG, CHINA - Media OutReach: KFi....

  • Depression does lead to fuzzy thinking
  • Air pollution puts kids at allergy risk
  • Checklist for asthma patients
  • Beard has more dirt than your toilet
Opinion

Falling from grace

The Dalmiya-Thakur combination is virtually sounding the death-knell for Srinivasan, who has been accused of ‘snooping’ on BCCI top brass The writing has been on the wall for quite some t...

  • To philosophise or professionalise?
  • Not-traceable not acceptable under RTI
  • Pluralistic society
  • Go beyond ritual
Spiritual

A team of researchers has found procrastination, the thief of time that derails New Year's resolutions and delays saving for college or retirement, can be tricked by believing the future is now. ....

  • Aspects that change your view of Spirituality
  • Bhagavad Gita and its influence on Leadership
  • Osho quotes on Love: Lovers have known sometimes what sain...
  • Spirituality and Materialism: two sides of the same coin