WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 2014. HYDERABAD, INDIA
Andhra Pradesh View All
Chandrababu's Singapore craze to burden AP people
Hyderabad: Chandrababu is once again opting for the user charges. The people in the capital region are to suffer the wrath of the charges and fines. On the other hand the municipal
Money raining in capital region
Politicians, film artistes make beeline to buy land Not less than 1,500 luxury cars zoom along the dusty roads in villages Guntur: People from far-off places are pour
I-T officials on trail of black money
Authorities visiting sub-registrar offices, villages incognito Gathering information on cash changing hands Reports say that some farmers are resorting to panic sel
Telangana View All
KTR's childhood secret revealed
KTR, the person who's known for his straight forward talks and assertive speeches was caught in a lighter mood during a media interview. When asked who is his favourite star in Tol
Hyderabad police issue e-challan for traffic offenders
In the past some police officers were suspended for their irregular collection of the traffic fines.  The amount in their pockets was not equivalent to the billed fines, this led t
Hyderabad to get skywalks
Hyderabad:  Good news for the highways in the Telangana capital. The government is making plans to build the skygcrapers in the city, along with that the government is also aiming
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Auto overturns in Warangal, 10 students injured

Warangal: An auto overturned while transporting school kids near Komaravelli in Warangal on Wednesday. 10 kids were injured in the accident. The nearby motorists immediately inform

NON STOP

NTR look in Puri's Temper leaked!

While Nandmuri fans had been desperately waiting to get a dekko of the first look of their favourite hero's movie Temper helmed by none other than maverick director Puri Jagannadh,

  • TV actress caught in flesh trade
    Hyderabad:  The North Zone task force police made some surprise raids in an apartment in Mothinagar. A TV artist was arrested in the raids. Two others were arrested along with More...
  • Charminar pulls boy to Hyderabad
    Hyderabad: The curiosity of a boy to see the Charminar brought him to Hyderabad. To make his dream come true, the kid came to hyderbadi without intimating his parents. While he was More...
WEB EXCLUSIVE

Pawan Vs Bhumika ROFL

Trust social media to come up with funny pictures that are sure to lift your spirits. One such picture doing the rounds is a take on the hottest debate in the messaging circles. Te

INDIA

SAARC tanks: No deal post Pak objections

Kathmandu:  When Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the SAARC summit this morning, his assessment of the group's accomplishments was frank.       "As SAARC we have

  • School Student Sets Himself on Fire in Faridabad
  • LS speaker rejects adjournment over black money
  • Srinagar shivers at -1.4 degrees
  • Bird flu alert in Kerala
WORLD

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS:  US President Barack Obama is concerned and disappointed at the violence that broke out after a Missouri grand jury decided not to indict a white police officer for the shootin....

  • Female suicide bombers in Nigeria kill 45
  • China coal mine fire kills 24
  • Ferguson prepares for more protests over shooting
  • Pakistan TV show lifts veil on sex taboos
BUSINESS

Vienna: The basket of 12 crude oils of the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) closed over a dollar lower at $74.28 a barrel Tuesday compared to $75.70 Monday, the OPEC Secretariat sa....

  • Sensex makes gains; FMCG stocks rise
  • BlackBerry lures iPhone users with cash
  • Modi effect on foreign policy
  • R&D in India
Cities

Quiz Mamata in my presence: Kunal

‘Bengal CM is the biggest beneficiary’ CBI is being misused in Delhi: Mamata Why blame TMC for fault of one or two? Mamata threatens to take fight

  • Govt to unveil 2nd generation reforms in next Budget: FM
  • Indian scientists show how to boost yields
  • Delivering food anywhere in city @ 99
  • Children in their own right
Hyderabad Hans

For Class IX to XII students on Saturday Hyderabad: Oakridge International School in association with PAGE Education, is hosting ‘Indian University Fair’ on November 29 at Oakridge Intern....

  • Separate training for teachers to educate differently-able...
  • Terror bled nations India is 6th
  • Sharp Nights delivers soothing music
  • RWAs stress on sustainable urban development
Crime

Warangal: An auto overturned while transporting school kids near Komaravelli in Warangal on Wednesday. 10 kids were injured in the accident. The nearby motorists immediately informed the police. The l....

  • TV actress caught in flesh trade
  • School Student Sets Himself on Fire in Faridabad
  • Female suicide bombers in Nigeria kill 45
  • UP rapists burn minor
SPORTS

Sachin fights for Sarita Devi.

Sachin Tendulkar feels Sarita Devi, who has been suspended by the international amateur boxing federation for refusing to accept her Asian Games medal, should not end her career in bitterness. &nbs

  • Messi's latest record
  • SC on Meiyappan's role in IPL scam
  • Sania Mirza on Indian women deserve respect
  • Sports on SAARC summit agenda?
EDITOR'S CHOICE

LONDON:  An Indian couple, both over 100 years old and said to be the world's oldest partners, celebrated their joint birthdays this week in the UK.     The couple who tied the kn....

  • Teen Breaks Speed-Texting World Record
  • R&D in India
  • How to use toilet in space video
  • Why Mumbai’s failure is India’s failure
TECHNOLOGY

London: Google Inc stated that it had reached a settlement with a British businessman over defamatory postings in its search results describing him as a pedophile, a murderer and a money-launderer. &....

  • BlackBerry lures iPhone users with cash
  • Twitter allows merchants offer deals to users
  • Nimbuzz Holaa to block spam calls
  • Asus launches hybrid device that transforms from phone to ...
NRI

LONDON:  An Indian couple, both over 100 years old and said to be the world's oldest partners, celebrated their joint birthdays this week in the UK.     The couple who tied the kn....

  • Indian-American to lead Dallas Fed board
  • Overseas Indians to benefit from proposed bill
  • Saudi mulls 5-year residency permits
  • NRI scientist finds gene that cuts stroke risk
EDUCTION/CAREER

Groupe INSEEC 2020: A strategy for national & international development

Paris: Months before its 40th anniversary, Catherine Lespine, CEO of Groupe INSEEC, along with its shareholder Apax Partners, the French investment firm, announced the Groupe’s development proje

  • Book Review: Bank Marketing in the Changing Landscape of R...
  • Sai Spurthi Institute of Technology
  • How to exit your job gracefully
  • 55% employees face bullying at workplace: Survey
LIFE STYLE

LONDON:  A couple have held a wedding ceremony in a 1.5 million litre seawater divers' training tank in Scotland. Dorota Bankowska, a professional diver, married teacher James Abbott in her h....

  • Daydream runs opposite to reality in brain
  • Vocal cues can determine authority in group
  • Talk therapy can cut suicide risk
  • Tips for winter look
PARENTING/KIDS

The negative impact of being bullied in childhood remains persistent and pervasive, and lasts nearly 40 years later as well, it has been revealed.         According to the s....

  • Why kids tend to swear
  • Verbal fights help kids tackle stress later
  • Why is it difficult for the Wandering Albatross to take of...
  • Self-regulation skills prepare children for school
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

  • Visit California continues its outreach program in India
  • 7 days in the essence of incredible India
  • 3 Indian cities that offer best hotel services
  • British couple fined for giving hotel bad review on Trip A
FOOD

A perfect accompaniment with your dinner on a winter evening. Loaded with goodness, this is also the yummiest recipe which is sure to awaken your tastebuds.         Let's t....

  • Natural remedies for diabetes
  • Jumboking forays into Hyderabad
  • Chefs get social networking site
  • How fibre helps weight loss
RELATIONSHIP

What types of men heterosexual women find attractive may have no relationship with their menstrual cycles, a significant study shows.       The findings contradicts a long-held vi....

  • Men prefer sex in dark
  • Sex can help you de-stress
  • Stagnant relationships kill pleasant memories
  • Wait for sex and enjoy a happy married life
ENVIRONMENT

Hydro Nano Gas can Neutralize Carbon Fuel Emissions

Hydro Infra Technologies (HIT), a Swedish clean tech company based in Stockholm, has developed an innovative patent pending approach for neutralizing carbon fuel emissions by generating a novel gas ca

  • Indian consulate in New York goes Swachch
  • Wild beast spotted at Mathura refinery
  • Indian ornithologist name for new bird species
  • Indian firm gets Nepal nod for hydroelectric plant
AUTO

Moving away from the mundane, three girls took to the roads on their bikes to visit the holy land of Srisailam, daring all the stares from fellow commuters al....

  • BMW to launch M3 and M4 on November 27
  • Airbags didn't deploy since driver didn't collide proper...
  • Riders walk the ramp to promote safety
  • 5 simple ‘do it yourself’ car cleaning tips
HEALTH

India has 67 million diabetics in India according to latest estimates from the International Diabetes Federation. This constitutes about 8% of the country's population. Sedentry lifestyle, junk food,....

  • Synthetic platelets can control bleeding
  • Bird flu alert in Kerala
  • Why we don't exercise
  • Ebola helpline in India
HANS/EDITORIAL

A touchy situation

N T Rama Rao, the actor-turned politician, became a phenomenon by triggering the Telugu sentiment. Rama Rao rose as a response to Rajiv Gandhi insulting the then chief minister of united Andhra Prades...

  • Privilege is fine, but RTI is superior
  • Freeing the caged parrot
  • Pawar’s power politics
  • A status quo country
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