FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 2014. HYDERABAD, INDIA
Andhra Pradesh View All
Green tech can spur growth: Vedanta chief
Says India should learn from China & Guinea Visakhapatnam: The newly appointed chief executive officer of the Vedanta Resources Tom Albanese said that India should adopt new envir
New Police Act for CRDA zone on the anvil
Vijayawada: A new Police Act is on the cards for the Capital Region Development Authority (CRDA) area, with the State police working on it. The Act will give scope for expansion of
YSRCP panel opposes forcible acquisition of farm lands
Guntur: The YSRCP has launched its third leg of ' Farmers and Farm Labourers Rights Preservation Committee' tour in the capital region amid reports that the agitation had been sile
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Hyderabad on must see list
Hyderabad:  Hyderabad is the second best place in the world that one should see in 2015, according to an international travel publication.       The Presidio of San Francisco
KCRs dictatorship in Telangana: CPI
Telangana state is under the leadership of a dictator says the general secretary of the communist party of India (CPI) Mr. Ganapathi and Ajith, CPI(ML) Naxalbari secretary. Claim
Telangana to take back leasaed lands
Hyderabad: Telangana state government is now on a drive to take back the large tracts of leased land in the city that were given out to private parties, but have remained in their
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WEB EXCLUSIVE

SAARC: A toothless tiger?

The 18th South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (Saarc) is ongoing in Kathmandu, Nepal. The 4-day regional event which began on November 26 is being attended by leaders f

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INDIA

Corrupt J&K leaders hamper development: Modi

Udhampur (Jammu): Prime Minister Narendra Modi Friday said that the development of Jammu and Kashmir has been stagnant since the last 30 years and leaders here "indulge in corruption and emotiona

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WORLD

Ankara:  Pope Francis is visiting Turkey at a sensitive moment for the Muslim nation, as it cares for 1.6 million refugees and weighs how to deal with the Islamic State group as its fighters grab....

  • SAARC: A toothless tiger?
  • EU calls Pakistan government to overhaul blasphemy laws
  • Indian man gets three strokes of cane for instigating crow...
  • HIV/AIDS cases up in Pakistan
BUSINESS

Reckitt Benckiser (RB) has launched  Dettol multi-use wipes. Considered as the gold standard in germ protection, Dettol multi-use wipes are suitable for use on both skin and surfaces. Being pH ne....

  • Banjara’s unveils new face pack
  • TS government mulls credit guarantee fund for MSMEs
  • DLF must deposit Rs 480 cr penalty: SC
  • Weak GDP: Business prefer reforms over rate cut
Cities

Kolkata football bears brunt of Saradha scam

Kolkata: The multi-crore rupee Saradha scam has not spared even Kolkata's century-old football clubs. The bank accounts of the top clubs are frozen, some of their top official

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Hyderabad Hans

Senior mridanga vidwan Vankayala Narasimham (83), a resident of Vizianagaram, will be felicitated and conferred with the title ‘Sangeetha Kalasagara’ by Kalasagarm on the occasion of 47th ....

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  • Protest to regularise contract employees
  • ‘Passing an exam is a game’
  • A campaign to inculcate leadership skills
Crime

New Delhi:  A total of 99 suicide cases have been reported from the armed forces this year besides three cases of fratricide, the government said on Friday.   The data submitted by Defence....

  • Uday Kiran's murder mystery cracked!
  • TV actress caught in flesh trade
  • Man sitting on grass-laden tractor burnt alive
  • Maoists burn sand-laden truck
SPORTS

Kidambi Srikanth ranked World's No.8

New Delhi: Rising Indian shuttler Kidambi Srikanth jumped two places to achieve his career-best eighth position in the men’s singles category of the latest Badminton World Federation (BWF) ranki

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EDITOR'S CHOICE

Kathmandu: Nepal Prime Minister Sushil Koirala played a crucial role in ending the impasse between India and Pakistan during the retreat at Dhulikhel near here Thursday on the sidelines of the 18th Sa....

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TECHNOLOGY

Kaspersky Lab’s Global Research and Analysis Team has published its research on Regin – the first cyber-attack platform known to penetrate and monitor GSM networks in addition to other &ld....

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  • EU lawmakers ask regulators to break up Google
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NRI

New Delhi: Ahead of the proposed installation of a statue of Mahatma Gandhi at the British parliament, a section of the Indian diaspora has expressed scepticism about the British government's motive ....

  • Hyderabadi gets honorary doctorate at Buckingham Palace
  • Indian origin couple oldest married people in world
  • Indian-American to lead Dallas Fed board
  • Overseas Indians to benefit from proposed bill
EDUCTION/CAREER

German Vs Sankrit as 3rd language in KV

New Delhi: The Supreme Court Friday asked the government not to treat Sanskrit as a third language for Class 8 students of Kendriya Vidyalayas and instead treat it as an additional language retaining

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  • Irritating behaviours at workplace
  • AP mulls Japanese course in a varsity
  • Centre to SC: Sanskrit will be 3rd language
LIFE STYLE

In today’s world Diabetes is turning into an epidemic with an estimated 177 million people suffering from it world-wide, another rapidly spreading modern-technology invention is the smart phone.....

  • Older people learn more than required
  • Wool a must for winter workout
  • 10 natural remedies for Dark circles
  • Massage parlours, spa in Goa on rise
PARENTING/KIDS

Most parents believe that their children tell them everything. Frankly they'll hide things from parents.Here are some of them...       That you sometimes splurge   Your id....

  • Family feuds help kids deal with stress
  • Childhood bullying could harm them
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  • Verbal fights help kids tackle stress later
TRAVEL

Narkanda in Himachal: Of Snow-capped peaks, poetry

Narkanda:  If you've flipped through English romantic poet Wordsworth's "The Mountain Echo", you will realise that the peaceful valley of Narkanda, a picturesque town in Himachal Prad

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FOOD

Washington:  It was a high-flying, freeze-dried turkey time for six astronauts at the International Space Station (ISS) as most Americans roasted turkeys and emptied cranberry sauce out of cans t....

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RELATIONSHIP

If you have only talked over the phone, looked at a profile picture or texted each other - he really doesn't know exactly how you look until you turn up on your first date. So the first important thi....

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ENVIRONMENT

Kashmir's saffron cash crop killed by hostile weather

Srinagar: More than 70 percent of Kashmir's saffron cash crop, one of the costliest spices of the world, has lost its purple bloom this season due to the hostile weather. Its prices have increased 60

  • India's water conservation efforts hailed
  • Rohtang pass vehicles must be CNG: Green panel
  • How to save earth from raditation
  • Putin's tiger kills 15 Chinese goats
AUTO

Luxury carmaker BMW has launched M3 sedan and M4 Coupe in the Indian market.  The new cars deliver superior performance with a newly developed high-revving, stra....

  • Maruti Alto 800 top quality entry-level car
  • 3 girls 3 bikes 1 forest ride
  • BMW to launch M3 and M4 on November 27
  • Airbags didn't deploy since driver didn't collide proper...
HEALTH

New York: The compounds that give bitter flavour to wild cucurbits - cucumber, pumpkin, melon, watermelon and squash - have the potential to treat cancer and diabetes, finds a research.   These....

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  • Artificial pancreas can treat diabetes
HANS/EDITORIAL

Fresh TS-AP row brews over NAC

Tussles between the Andhra Pradesh and Telangana governments seem to have become the order of the day as they cover just about every other issue that crops up.   The latest bone of contention, ...

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