FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 2015. HYDERABAD, INDIA
Andhra Pradesh View All
Vizag may get $114m from World Bank
The Andhra Pradesh government's plans to replace all overhead power supply cables with an underground cable network in the Port City has got a major booster wit
Swine flu in AP claims 2 more lives
Visakhapatnam: With temperatures remaining cool, 26 more cases of swine flu have been reported from Andhra Pradesh, with two people succumbing to the virus.  
AP media mulls film on Modi's Swachch Bharat Abhiyaan
The Global Digi Media Village (P) Ltd, [GDMV], a nascent company set up with a large spectrum of media & movie related unique activities today (Jan 29, 2015) an
Telangana View All
Child slaves rescued in Hyderabad
NEW DELHI: Hundreds of children trafficked and enslaved to make bangles have been rescued by police in a series of early morning raids in Hyderabad, NDTV news c
Hyderabad police, Telangana ACB accept TITA Green Pledge...
Telangana Information Technology Associations (TITA) ambitious green revolution   project ‘TITA GREEN PLEDGE’ found overwhelming support from top bureaucrats of
48 children rescued from bangle factories in Hyderabad
Hyderabad: In a series of raids, Hyderabad Police have rescued at least 48 child labourers from various bangle factories in the city.   Most of the rescued
POLLS

Swine Flu: Are AP, Telangana governments doing enough?

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Pet Lizard turns out to be a crocodile!

VILNIUS, LITHUANIA:  A baby caiman has found a new home at a Lithuanian zoo after its previous owner tried to sell it online, apparently upon realizing that the petreptile he

NON STOP

Forensic report confirms Chakri’s death natural one

Hyderabad: Putting an end to the speculations over Tollywood music director Chakri’s death, police on Thursday said his death was a natural one. The forensic report based on

WEB EXCLUSIVE

China- a victim of the economic model it has adopted

Developed nations in a clever move had shifted their hazardous industries to China in the last two decades and churned out maximum profit from the global market. The margin was mor

Ap Capital

Quran recital contest on February 1

The United Forum for Quranic Studies (UFQS) will organise a Quran recitation competition for children below 12 years of age in Vijayawada, Guntur and Eluru at Tummalapalli Kalakshetram on February 1. ...

  • Rajbhasha has special significance: Mandali
  • Lakshmi Vilas Bank opens new branch
  • Youth are the real strength of a nation: Varun Sandesh
  • National Badminton Championship commences
Hyderabad Hans

Regional Passport Office (RPO) Hyderabad has topped the list of 37 passport offices in the country by issuing 6.95 lakh passports in 2014. “7.17 lakh passport applications were accepted during t....

  • Long necked dinosaur discovered in China
  • New evidence to rewrite Martian climate history
  • Ancient skull offers clues to first modern Europeans
  • Tech whiz kids need not be only IITians
Cities

Let truth be revealed: Mukul Roy after CBI grilling

Kolkata:  Trinamool Congress general secretary Mukul Roy, who was grilled for around four and a half hours Friday by the CBI in connection with the Saradha ponzi scam, said he

  • Delhi polls: AAP to release manifesto for tomorrow
  • No interference from Sonia, Rahul: Congress leaders
  • Kejriwal slams BJP advertisement
  • Of Delhi Assembly Polls, Constituencies, statistics
INDIA

Three UALA militants nabbed in Assam

Guwahati: Security forces had apprehended three United A'Chik Liberation Army (UALA) extremists in Assam's Goalpara district along interstate border with Meghalaya on Friday, officials said.  

  • Christians thank Barack Obama
  • Let truth be revealed: Mukul Roy after CBI grilling
  • Delhi polls: AAP to release manifesto for tomorrow
  • No interference from Sonia, Rahul: Congress leaders
WORLD

Baghdad:  The Islamic State group militant glares at Baghdad residents with bulging eyes and bared teeth, but neither kidnapping nor death are imminent, because this jihadist is made from a shoe.....

  • Taliban claim responsibility for Kabul attack
  • Eight Bodies Recovered From Sunken Bangladeshi Trawler
  • Malaysia declares MH370 case an accident
  • Families of IS hostages plead for lives
BUSINESS

Department of Financial Services, Ministry of Finance along with IRDA of India jointly reviewed the performance of the public sector insurance companies and the Insurance Sector in general, apart from....

  • Andhra Bank - Press Release of Financial Results for The Q...
  • RBI welcomes Airtel, Kotak Mahindra Bank tie-up
  • Adani says to restructure business
  • Sensex closes 499 points down; bank stocks plumme
SPORTS

WACA pitch is not what it used to be

There was a time when the very mention of Perth used to unnerve the batsmen -- even the Australians when they had to face the fearsome West Indies pace men. However, the Western Australian Cricket A

  • Badminton: Kashyap touches new highs in world rankings
  • Clash of the Titans at Australian Open: Serena Vs Sharapov...
  • ODI tri-series Scoreboard: India vs England
  • Clarke not keen on World Cup return
EDITOR'S CHOICE

Developed nations in a clever move had shifted their hazardous industries to China in the last two decades and churned out maximum profit from the global market. The margin was more because in China t....

  • Pet Lizard turns out to be a crocodile!
  • Obama-Modi vision document: Shedding of India's strategic ...
  • PF Act and Section 9A of ID Act
  • 5 reasons why BJP could lose Delhi
TECHNOLOGY

According to the results of a study conducted by Kaspersky Lab and B2B International, a DDoS attack on a company’s online resources might cause considerable losses – with average figures r....

  • Microsoft unveils Outlook app for Android, iOS users
  • Apple pips Samsung to become world's largest smartphone v...
  • Selfies can reveal your state of mind
  • Texting better than apps for mental illness
NRI

KUALA LUMPUR:  A Malaysian court today ruled that the death of a jobless ethnic Indian man in police custody in 2013 was due to injuries after being physically assaulted by fellow inmates and cop....

  • Indian-Origin Anesthesiologist Faces Lawsuit in Joan...
  • Drugs land Indian in jail for 20 years in Malaysia
  • Indian Doctors Sought After In UK
  • India's lone male tenor aims to sing opera in local
EDUCATION/CAREER

Early bird catches worm, but night owls 'win' matches

Washington: A new study has revealed that success in big sporting events may go to late-risers.   The study from the University of Birmingham found that the performance of competition-level ath

  • University Of Hyderabad Is Country's Best
  • University of Hyderabad earns visitor’s award for Best U...
  • What is Act East Policy?
  • Syllabus panel to submit report to TSPSC soon
LIFESTYLE

Washington: Good news for people with sensitive teeth. Scientists working on a long-term treatment to relieve from the jolt of pain people get while eating something too hot or cold.    ....

  • Benaras makes a comeback in Vinayak Couture
  • Green Tea offers hope for oral cancer
  • Beautiful Ceramic Jars by luxury home decor brand
  • After Michelle Obama, Bibhu Mohapatra eyes Narendra Modi
PARENTING/KIDS

Washington:  It might look like all what babies did was eat, sleep and cry, but in reality their brains are constantly working and creating new knowledge even while they sleep.     &....

  • Blocks and puzzles do increase spatial skills in kids
  • Nutella a forbidden name for French parents
  • With gift of love, Chandigarh school-kids send warmth to J...
  • Mothers actually speak less clearly to their babies
TRAVEL

Tokyo Is Safest City In The World, Jakarta Most Unsafe

Washington: Tokyo and Singapore has topped the list of safest cities in the world listed down by The Economist.   The Economist's Safe Cities Index looked at 50 cities and ranked them on mor

  • India cheapest city in the world with lowest cost of livin
  • London architects to build £10m swimming pool in middle o
  • Alluring Anantagiri beckons nature lovers
  • Swiss holiday? Currency will burn a hole in your pocket
FOOD

How to make Gongura Pachadi: Recipe of the Day     INGREDIENTS 2 bunch - fresh gongura leaves 2 tsp - coriander seeds 1 tsp - cumin seeds 1/2 tsp - fenugreek seeds 1/2 tsp - mustar....

  • Aditya Bal's Lost Recipes to show authentic Indian recipe...
  • Peanut Allergy May Be Thing Of Past
  • Chillies, cheese fire-up Bhutan's cuisine
  • A gastronomic memoir of a scottish foodie in India
RELATIONSHIP

Washington:  Researchers have launched a new app that monitors the reaction and behaviour of the users while interacting with others.     Lauren McCarthy and Kyle McDonald are the ....

  • Why men seek sex when women think friendship
  • Appetite hormone in stomach ups sex drive: Swedish study
  • Why teens have early sex?
  • Handwritten love letters become history
ENVIRONMENT

Whales can hear through their bones

New York:  Using computer simulation of a fin whale head, scientists have discovered that the skulls of at least some baleen whales have acoustic properties that capture the energy of low frequen

  • Rosaiah for bio-heritage sites
  • Telangana Pollution Control Board goes solar
  • Bonsai treat at horticulture expo
  • Clean Ganga: Centre mulls special agency
AUTO

Ford India has three all-new launches in store for 2015 with the Figo compact sedan, hatchback and the new generation Endeavour SUV set to hit the market. Concentrati....

  • Maruti Suzuki to launch Swift Diesel AMT, DZire facelift
  • Spied: India-bound TVS-BMW 300cc motorcycle testing
  • Porsche GTS Club Coupe in pictures
  • Tata eyes higher sales in AP, TS with Bolt
HEALTH

London: Heading to gym for the first time may be a little daunting but keeping note of a few things can make the experience easier. From setting yourself a goal to rewarding yourself when you achieve ....

  • Coming soon: 20 minute saliva test to sniff out dengue
  • Alcohol addiction increases stroke risk
  • Young adults say they see e-cigs as safe, fun technology
  • Tobacco smoking ruining lives: Lung cancer rates alarming
HANS EDITORIAL

Seasoned diplomat

Being an able team leader who can also read the boss’ mind and act upon it are attributes of a good bureaucrat. The task becomes complex if it is high-profile foreign affairs. But it is most dif...

  • Capitulating to US
  • India’s pusillanimity
  • Time for rededication
  • Pakistan fails to act, yet again
Crime

NEW DELHI: Hundreds of children trafficked and enslaved to make bangles have been rescued by police in a series of early morning raids in Hyderabad, NDTV news channel reported on Friday.   Poli....

  • Indian kills colleague in Qatar, gets 10 year jail
  • Drugs land Indian in jail for 20 years in Malaysia
  • Broke Indian woman in London asked to pay one pound for cr...
  • Uber passenger who alleged rape sues firm