MONDAY, DECEMBER 22, 2014. HYDERABAD, INDIA
Andhra Pradesh View All
YS Jagan, YSRCP walk out of AP Assembly
YSR Congress party members led by party presisent YS Jagan Mohan Reddy walked out the Andhra Pradesh Assembly on Monday.     They were protesting against I
Farmers stage protest over erratic power supply
Vijayawada: Farmers in Katrinapadu village under Musunur mandal on Sunday squatted on Gopavaram-Mirzapuram road to express their protest over erratic power supp
Govt to deal sternly with accused in bogus passbook racket...
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KCR vows Bhavan for Telangana hero in Hyderabad
Hyderabad: Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao is still carrying on his non-stop promises for more bhavans in Hyderabad. The latest addition to that l
Google Mulls Own Campus in Hyderabad
Hyderabad:  Internet giant Google plans to open its own "permanent and big" campus in Hyderabad and is set to sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the
Oratory skills make good leaders
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KCR vows Bhavan for Telangana hero in Hyderabad

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Foundation stone for AIIMS in January

Vijayawada:  A team of experts of the Union Health Ministry cleared the 196 acres of land located near Mangalagiri for establishing the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS). The team i...

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Hyderabad Hans

Anuradha Kamat, a school teacher and resident of Tarnaka, cannot reverse her new Maruti Alto 800 properly. She has no clue how the engine looks and does not know where the puncture kit is. She drives ....

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  • Ethnic wear @ discounted prices
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Cities

Flipkart, OLA cabs Ranked Top Companies to Offer Placements

 Chennai: Setting a new trend, startup companies offering competitive salaries took part in good numbers in this year's annual placement season at the Indian Institute of Tech

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INDIA

UP bans poultry exports post bird flu alert

Lucknow:  Following reports of a bird flu case in Chandigarh, Uttar Pradesh banned the import of chicken, eggs and all forms of poultry from other states, an official said Monday.   &nbs

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  • Religious conversions in Kerala to be probed
  • Cold wave chills Rajasthan
  • Question mark over Insurance bill
WORLD

Faisalabad:  Pakistan on Sunday executed four more militants after ending a six-year old moratorium on the death penalty following a Taliban school attack that killed 149 people, officials said. ....

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BUSINESS

New Delhi: Aiming to stimulate demand during the lean period, Wadia Group-promoted budget carrier GoAir has said it is putting up 1.7 million seats for sale, offering fares as low as Rs 1,469 for....

  • Maran, Sun Group hold over Spicejet over?
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  • Mobile telecom quality determined by Spectrum release
  • Air India's turnaround in aviation
SPORTS

Ishant Sharma Fine Adds to Brisbane Insult

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  • ISL gives Indian football a re-launch pad
  • ISL is all set to propel Indian football
EDITOR'S CHOICE

Chennai:  The year 2014 could be easily said as the rocking rocketing year for India - only not for the number of rockets/satellites launched - but also on the technological front.   ....

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TECHNOLOGY

Washington:  NASA plans to send solar-powered airships to explore Venus' atmosphere and to eventually establish a permanent human colony in a floating cloud city above the Earth's nearest plane....

  • Technology killing tradition
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NRI

Washington:  Notching successes in fields as diverse as poetry and politics, some three million- strong Indian American community packed more power and influence far beyond their numbers in the y....

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EDUCATION/CAREER

Flipkart, OLA cabs Ranked Top Companies to Offer Placements

 Chennai: Setting a new trend, startup companies offering competitive salaries took part in good numbers in this year's annual placement season at the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, a s

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LIFESTYLE

London: Most people pride themselves on trying to keep their house clean and tidy. But a new research suggests our houses are not as tidy as we think.     A new study of more than 2,000....

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  • Ethnic wear @ discounted prices
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PARENTING/KIDS

Washington:  A team of neuroscientists has found specific brain markers that predict generosity in children.   Researcher Jean Decety at the University of Chicago said that they know tha....

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TRAVEL

Ranakpur for simple, unhurried life

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FOOD

New Delhi:  Live up the Christmas fever by raising a toast of Santa Singh -- a special hot chocolate cocktail, launched for the festive season by popular gastropub Monkey Bar.     ....

  • Eat, Pray and Celebrate
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  • Quicker food choices driven by taste
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RELATIONSHIP

London:  Researchers have recently claimed that time does not always help people, who suffer physically from a broken heart, recover easily.     Stress-induced cardiomyopathy, or &....

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ENVIRONMENT

Tooth loss in birds occurred 116 million years ago

New York:  Using the degraded remnants of tooth genes in birds to determine when birds lost their teeth, researchers have found that teeth were lost in the common ancestor of all living birds mor

  • Dinosaur-killer asteroid nearly wiped out mammals too
  • Elephant calf rescued in Assam, reunited with herd
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AUTO

The baby Jag is coming to India, albeit not till the second half of 2015. The A4, 3-series and C-Class rival will be the last to be launched. While the rest of the ca....

  • Hyundai & Harley clinch top titles at auto awards
  • Car prices set to climb
  • Hero MotoCorp to sell bikes online via Snapdeal
  • 20,752 units of Ford EcoSport recalled
HEALTH

Washington:   A new research has recently revealed that adults suffering from insomnia are almost one-and-a-half times more likely to suffer from back pain eventually.     The stud....

  • Indians suffer weak bones due to lack of exercise
  • Exercise before breakfast to burn more fat
  • Take vitamin C if exercise makes you cough
  • Sleep loss can damage body cells
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The penalty of inefficiency

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Crime

Honolulu: The United States is reviewing whether to put North Korea back onto its list of state sponsors of terrorism, US President Barack Obama said as the US decides how to respond to the cyber atta....

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