FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 2015. HYDERABAD, INDIA

Andhra Pradesh View All
YSRCP may drop no-trust move
Hyderabad: Following hectic behind-the-scene parleys between the Opposition and ruling party members, the YSRCP is learnt to have expressed its desire to withdr
Chandrababu Naidu to visit Delhi
Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu is all set to visit Delhi to appease the Delhi rulers. He will participate in ceremony where Bharat Ratna awa
Rs. 250 Cr to AP for Setting up SPV for Polavaram Irrigation Project ...
In terms of Section 90 of the Andhra Pradesh Reorganization Act, 2014, Union Government has decided to support Andhra Pradesh for setting up of SPV for the Pola

Telangana View All
SC quashes case filed by Geetha Reddy
Hyderabad: A two-judge bench of the Supreme Court comprising Justice Kurian Joseph and Justice  Adarsh Kumar Goel, quashed  criminal complaint filed by and on b
It’s a weak budget, rues BJP: Kishan Reddy slams ‘skewed’ priorities...
Hyderabad: Describing the budget as a weak budget, the BJP alleged that the TRS Government was trying to throw its weaknesses on others. Participating in the di
Power hit in Telangana
A leakage at the  KTPP plant in Chelpur, Warangal district has brought down one turbine causing a power loss of  500 MW. TSTRANSCO has made alternative arran
POLLS

Do you think India will retain the World Cup trophy?

DON'T MISS

Too many bank holidays irk Assocham

Bengaluru: Noting with concern the number of bank holidays between March 28 and April 5, Assocham on Thursday sought the intervention of the RBI as well as the government to make &

  • No water supply on April 4
    The Hyderabad Metropolitan Water Supply & Sewerage Board (HMWSSB) is planning to shut down the phase 1 and 2 of Krishna Water Drinking Supply on April 4 across the city to conn More...
  • 3 glasses of alcohol a day kills liver
    London:  If you are a regular drinker, you might want to put that glass down, as new study has revealed that consuming 3 glasses of alcohol per day can cause liver cancer. Acc More...
NON STOP

Speaker rejects TDP's notice

Hyderabad: State Assembly Speaker S Madhusudana Chary on Thursday rejected the notice of “no confidence motion” given by suspended Telugu Desam members. The Speaker&rsq

  • Manmohan challenges coal scam summons in SC
    New Delhi: Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh moved the Supreme Court on Wednesday challenging the summons ordered by a CBI trial court in a coal scam case. A special CBI court h More...
  • Water Board holds DIAL Ur MD
    While the ‘Meet Ur MD’ programme received 23 complaints mainly on pending issues, the ‘Dial Ur MD’ received ten complaints relating to inadequate water supp More...
WEB EXCLUSIVE

Sorry Speaker says YSRCP

Kodela takes a lengthy class, condones errant MLAs Hyderabad:  Beating a retreat, the YSRCP legislators offered unconditional apology to Speaker K Sivaprasada Rao in the AP A

Ap Capital

Effective policing needs public cooperation

Commissioner of Police AB Venkateswara Rao feels that the public can expect better law and order and smooth flow of traffic in the capital city only if they cooperate with the police. In an exclusive ...

  • Disability doesn’t deter this swimmer
  • Unique eye surgery straightens the neck
  • Self-appraisal helps achieve success
  • Interpersonal relations vital for corporates
Hyderabad Hans

Hyderabad: Jai Prakash Narayana College of Engineering and Technology (JPNCE) have hosted Nirman Fest in the campus whose main was unveiling the hidden talent in the students. JPNCE, Secretary Venkat ....

  • NCC cadets spread awareness
  • Mysterious warm layer found in Venus atmosphere
  • Helping the needy: Their passion
  • Ancient Martian lake was potentially habitable: Study
Cities

Coalgate: SC to hear Manmohan plea on April 1

The Supreme Court will take up for hearing on April 1 former prime minister Manmohan Singh’s petition challenging his summoning by the special court in connection with the al

  • President Pranab Mukherjee to present Bharat Ratna to form...
  • Modi greets Bangladesh on Independence Day
  • Delhi govt asks IT ministry to block Uber, Ola mobile apps...
  • Apex Court quashes Section 66A of IT Act
INDIA

Navy plane crash: Crew member's body found

The body of Lt. Abhinav Nagori, the co-pilot of the Indian Navy Doriner-228 that crashed on Tuesday off the Goa coast, has been found, an officer said on Friday.

  • India must be wary of Tamil extremism in Sri Lanka
  • No open kissing, liquor or loud music in Goa village
  • US to issue postal stamp to mark Diwali
  • Possibility of truce with Yadav, Bhushan remote: Ashutosh
WORLD

Two people were killed and 12 injured in an explosion on Friday near a bus stop in the southern Pakistani port city of Karachi, a media report said. Most of the victims were policemen.   The ....

  • Britain to release Prince Charles black spider memos
  • White House crafts first-ever plan to fight superbugs
  • Cameron, Miliband open UK election campaign with TV grilli...
  • Pope Francis to visit Obama at White House on September 2
BUSINESS

US stocks ended mildly lower after volatile trading on Thursday, as investors weighed the geopolitical tensions in the Middle East against an upbeat job report, a media report said on Friday.  ....

  • Global experience has lessons on high spectrum cost
  • Now capable of providing 4G pan-India: Reliance Communicat...
  • Fortune 50 world's greatest leaders list has Modi, Satyart...
  • Sensex up 136 points; capital goods stocks gain
SPORTS

India's world cup debacle: Security at Dhoni's house tightened

Ranchi: Security has been beefed up at Indian cricket team captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni's residence after India's exit from the cricket World Cup after their 95-run loss to Australia in the semifina

  • India goes Down Under
  • Heart break for Indians as MenInBlue crash out of CWC15
  • #AnushkaSharma bears brunt of India loss to Australia
  • World Cup semi-final: Australia vs India scoreboard
NEWS ANALYSIS

Douts and fears of YSRCP, delta farmers and Telangana go unanswered over share of upper riparian States. Polavaram fate also causes concern Hyderabad: The Andhra Pradesh Assembly has been on the boil....

  • What makes Modi tick?
  • High spectrum costs: Brace for higher tariff
  • Hanging with a vengeance
  • Reflection of rot in society
TECHNOLOGY

New Delhi: Cheers Global Ltd., a technology manufacturing company, backed by T. S. Joya, China (A Joya Group of Companies) launches its new Smartphone - Android Kit Kat “SMART STAR” in Ind....

  • Enhance mobile battery life with system settings
  • Are free apps compromising our privacy?
  • Is your e-mail password really strong enough?
  • Amazon launches Kindle Voyage in India
NRI

After Richard Rahul Verma, who is the US ambassador to India, yet another Indian American has been named the country's envoy by President Barack Obama. Atul Keshap, a senior Indian-American foreign s....

  • Hindus highest educated group in Scotland
  • Indian hotelier in Britain charged with murder
  • Indian hotelier in Britain charged with murder
  • Indian American professor's breakthrough cancer trea
EDUCATION/CAREER

Sainik School interviews from March 30

Vizianagaram: Interviews and medical examinations for the selected candidates of Korukonda Sainik School will be held from March 30 to April 10.     The results of the written test for adm

  • National Food Security Act
  • Oh my word Deprecate, Depreciate
  • AIESEC announces international internships
  • IIT, IIM and ISI to jointly offer PGDBA
LIFESTYLE

"Band Baaja Baaraat" actress Anushka Sharma, who was spotted at the India-Australia cricket match in Sydney on Thursday, had decked up as a bride before she left -- this, for a wedding-theme....

  • McDonald's launches fashion line
  • JJ Valaya gives Russian touch to Indian attire
  • fbb FMI 2015: Sub-contest winners unveiled
  • Spring-Summer collection: Triveni's softer pastel sarees, ...
PARENTING/KIDS

The greedy cobra and the king of frogs Gangadatta was a king among frogs. He ruled over a group of frogs that lived in a well. His relatives were always nagging to him over small things, and he was f....

  • Bottled breast milk harms babies' health
  • The hans story time
  • Even kids wont help if others are around
  • Parents can monitor kids' driving speeds in real-time
TRAVEL

7 Must See tourist hotspots in Philadelphia

Whether you prefer museums or the theater, zoos or gardens, sports entertainment or shopping  excursions there really is something for everyone.  Philadelphia has become the “now&rdquo

  • Marrakech in Morocco top destination: Trip Advisor Travele
  • World's top tourist attraction goes to Las Vegas Strip
  • Noida not Agra chosen for tourism varsity
  • Touring Goa? Get to choose between horse and segway
FOOD

FOOD FOR THOUGHT Applications still under scrutiny Plan to issue permanent cards at a nominal fee  Commission hike for ration shop owners under govt study Hyderabad: Finance Minister Eatala R....

  • Mega Food Park underway
  • FASTING- A TOOL TO HEAL
  • Toppings from the top chef
  • Of 'Shab Deg', home-reared roosters and grandma's magic...
RELATIONSHIP

People are hardwired to fall out of love and move onto new romantic relationships, shows research from Saint Louis University.   "We have a mechanism in our brains designed by natural sele....

  • Woman to marry tree after satisfied sex
  • Active men have better erectile and sexual function
  • Love begins to pour when men come home
  • Watching porn could improve your sex life
ENVIRONMENT

Stem cells behave as people in a society

London: Just as humans, stem cells interact with each other but finally take their own individual decisions, says a new study. The research published in the scientific journal PLOS Biology could event

  • 12 stranded whales dead in Australia
  • Air pollution ups risk of stroke
  • Thanks to climate change, Britain faces mosquito-borne dis...
  • Whales rescued in Australia
AUTO

American carmaker trims down number of new model launches in the country; Opens new plant in Gujarat Sanand (Gujarat):....

  • ML rechristened as GLE, Merc unveils facelifts
  • Dio and Neo updated
  • The fastest Indian gets faster
  • Ford aims to triple exports from India with $1 bln plant
HEALTH

People can soon cut down the time taken to heal their everyday cuts and burns by half with the help of a new therapy developed by researchers at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva Univ....

  • White House crafts first-ever plan to fight superbugs
  • EUS technology to treat gastroenterological ailments
  • Drinking raw milk ups food-borne illness risk
  • Air pollution may cause anxiety, stroke
Opinion

A monumental task

The response to individual film awards remains on the usual Bollywood-versus-regional cinema and ‘commercial’ versus ‘art’ cinema lines The just-earned freedom on the social m...

  • Up in the air
  • Wages of vague communication
  • Section 66A goes
  • Whither impartiality of Speaker?
Crime

Mumbai:  All eyes are set on the hit-and-run case in which Bollywood superstar Salman Khan, charged with killing one person and injuring four by ramming his car into a shop in 2002, would step in....

  • ED seizes Rs 8.10 crore in bribe case against Asaram's so...
  • Missing woman, son traced in Hyderabad
  • Agriculture varsity Professor leaves suicide note, goes mi...
  • Drunken driver rams school bus into electric pole; 2 hurt