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Chittoor water scheme put in cold storage?
Tirupati: Inordinate delay  by the government in taking up the `Chittoor District Water Supply Scheme’ (CDWSS), is a perfect example of how political considerat
Naidu among dignitaries at function
Vajpayee presented Bharat Ratna New Delhi: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu on Friday attended a special ceremony held at the residence of the
CAG audit brings out discrepancies
Affected villages under polavaram project  Hyderabad:  Huge discrepancies have come to light in the finalisation of  the submerged villages under major irrigat

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Charge sheets filed against 88 traffic violators
Hyderabad: The Hyderabad police on Friday filed charge sheets against 88 top traffic violators and produced them in courts. As a part of the drive from March 23
Defamation case: Revanth appears before court
Hyderabad: Telangana Telugu Desam leader Revanth Reddy here on Friday appeared before the Nampally Criminal Court in connection with a defamation case filed aga
ABVP activists ransack JNTU H Rector office
Hyderabad: Tension prevailed on the JNTU-Hyderabad campus at Kukatpally when the students of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) ransacked furniture and f

Indian Cricket Team gave their best in the World Cup matches


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 &

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    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...

Talasanis continuation in Cabinet opposed

Hyderabad: The Telangana Congress Legislature Party has strongly objected to the continuation of Talasani Srinivas Yadav as Commercial Taxes Minister in the State Cabinet without r

  • YSRCP withdraws no trust notice
    Hyderabad: YSR Congress Party on Friday withdrew the notice for no-confidence motion against Assembly Speaker K Sivaprasada Rao. As a result, the special session that has been conv More...
  • 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 More...

Veena Vani surgery to cost 10 cr

Niloufer hospital seeks govt help Hyderabad: The much-awaited surgery to separate the conjoined twins, Veena and Vaani, will become a reality if the TRS government agrees to bear

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Free seminar for bank job aspirants

Sri Maheswari College for Competitive Exams will organise an awareness seminar at its campus in Kodandarami Reddy Street on Monday to educate bank job aspirants on the recent changes in conduct of the...

  • Techno-cultural & sports fest Nirulotsav-2k15 underway
  • Intl Humanist Award for Lavanam
  • Effective policing needs public cooperation
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Hyderabad Hans

Hyderabad: Students of the first batch of MBBS (2010) of Dr VRK Women's Medical College at Aziznagar in Ranga Reddy district, gave outstanding performance this year, with 95 per cent of them passing ....

  • Technical fest at HITAM
  • UOH professors bag laurels
  • New jumping spider with mating plug discovered
  • Earliest humans ranged from short to tall body size

India turns to 'satellite god' for crop mapping

Sher Singh, a farmer from Rajasthan, prays to Varuna, the Hindu god of water, for a bountiful harvest. Now, he is also looking to the heavens for satellite imaging to boost his cro

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  • President Pranab Mukherjee to present Bharat Ratna to form...
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  • Delhi govt asks IT ministry to block Uber, Ola mobile apps...

Tax offices open today

New Delhi: The government said on Friday that all field offices of customs, central excise and service tax shall remain open on March 28, Saturday, to facilitate filing of returns by e tax-payers. The

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  • Bharat Ratna for Vajpayee: Modi says 'historic day'
  • Govt mulls law to protect Ganga from pollution
  • IAEA chief in India, to tour Rajasthan Atomic Power Plant

Beijing: China faces a million deaths a year from antibiotic-resistant superbugs and a loss of $20 trillion by 2050, an economist and former top Goldman Sachs executive said Thursday. Beijing shoul....

  • German airlines issue new cockpit rules post Germanwings c...
  • Lee Kuan Yew wanted India in leadership role in South East...
  • Be vigilant against threat of biological weapons
  • Taliban attacks killed 5 police officers in Pakistan

Lifestyle International Pvt Ltd, one of India’s leading fashion destinations, has unveiled its latest Spring Summer collection.    The fresh new SS'15 collection, which comprises of....

  • Java Plum unveils hand bags
  • Two new cars from Mercedes
  • Mkts close flat amid volatility
  • Infosys to give 6.5-9% pay hike this year

CWC: We have to be our best to beat New Zealand, says Michael Clarke

Sydney: Australia captain Michael Clarke on Thursday said that even though they have outclassed India in the semi-final, their task isn't over yet as they have to be at their best to beat a spirited

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  • Maria Sharapova suffers shock defeat at Miami Open
  • Waqar Younis complains of Umar Akmal behaviour in World Cu...
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As Prime Minister Narendra Modi begins to build a relationship with Lanka's new leadership, the one thing he needs to be wary of is the extremist Tamil position in the island nation. Modi made histor....

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  • Worrying tales of worst cops
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  • 215 mn Indians have zero assets

New York: Facebook has launched a new analytics tool designed to let mobile developers track user-behaviour in their apps. The tool is available for free. The tool will do a number of things for app d....

  • RCom can provide 4G pan-India
  • Router malware injects ads, pornographic content into webs...
  • Insecure Wearables: Kaspersky Lab Researcher Discovers Sec...
  • Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge price

Idaho State Senate would not pursue sanctioning the senators Sheryl L.  "Sherry"  Nuxoll, Steve  Vick and Lori  Den Hartog; according to a report quoting President Pro Te....

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  • Indian-American Atul Keshap is US envoy to Sri Lanka...
  • Hindus highest educated group in Scotland

Maritime Silk Route

Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena who is China on a visit has welcomed the Maritime Silk Route (MSR) Concept which China is working on. The project envisages the promotion of international TRA

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New Delhi:  Look chic in breezy jumpsuits or lace dresses this spring-summer.Sharnamli Adhar, co-founder of The Pink Post-It, a brand that organises niche and quirky shopping experiences across v....

  • Anushka Sharma turns bride for 7UP Ad
  • McDonald's launches fashion line
  • JJ Valaya gives Russian touch to Indian attire
  • fbb FMI 2015: Sub-contest winners unveiled

The lioness and the young jackal A lion and a lioness couple lived in the jungle. They were very happy, as they had given birth to two male cubs, and had newly become parents. The lion was responsibl....

  • Kids from educated households have better IQ levels
  • The hans story time
  • Bottled breast milk harms babies' health
  • The hans story time

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

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  • Noida not Agra chosen for tourism varsity
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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
  • Toppings from the top chef
  • Of 'Shab Deg', home-reared roosters and grandma's magic...

Melbourne:  Across a number of faiths and cultures, people tend to date and marry others who share their religious beliefs. This is due to inferences about religious people's personalities, reve....

  • People are wired to get over romantic break ups
  • Woman to marry tree after satisfied sex
  • Active men have better erectile and sexual function
  • Love begins to pour when men come home

How honeybees fight off infection

New York: Honeybees use different sets of genes, regulated by two distinct mechanisms, to fight off viruses, bacteria and gut parasites, new research reveals. The findings may help scientists develop

  • Migratory birds bid adieu to Kashmir Valley
  • Stem cells behave as people in a society
  • 12 stranded whales dead in Australia
  • Air pollution ups risk of stroke

American two-wheeler maker UM Motorcycles made its Indian debut at the 2014 Auto Expo showcasing a range of products right from naked to cruiser motorcycles that will....

  • Face off: Bajaj Pulsar RS200 vs Yamaha YZF-R15 vs Honda CB...
  • Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet, CLS 250 CDI Coupe launche...
  • Slowdown hits Ford’s India plans
  • ML rechristened as GLE, Merc unveils facelifts

High-fat diet can affect brain health and promote changes in your behaviour, including increased anxiety, impaired memory, and repetitive behaviour, warns a new study. The findings published in the....

  • World set to lose benefits of antibiotics: Study
  • Roseroot herb may treat depression
  • TB treatment at Apollo linked to govt portal
  • Treat Type 2 Diabetes with fats

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?

Hyderabad:  A 27-year-old woman allegedly set her three daughters ablaze, before immolating herself in Chilkur village, on the city outskirts tonight, police sources said Friday. The incident came t....

  • Two girls commit suicide
  • One kg ganja seized from dance school
  • Techie dies as lorry hits two-wheeler in Ranga Reddy
  • Life term for student