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Both budgets betray AP
In 2014, much to the disappointment of people of Seemandhra region, Andhra Pradesh was unfairly divided leaving the residuary State of Andhra Pradesh without a
Master the subject for career growth
Veeras Infotek Private Limited business manager S Amruth Kumar has urged students to invent new things for the benefit of society. Participating as a chief gues
Finally, some light for slum dwellers!
The lives of around 30 families living in thatched huts for several years near Autonagar have lit up, quite literally. The slum adjacent to MG Road near Autonag
Telangana View All
Telangana to take e-governance to villages
Hyderabad: The Telangana government is all set to launch an e-panchayat initiative, aimed at taking e-governance to the village level.   The Panchayat Raj dep
Swine Flu Death toll increases to 58 in Telangana
With Swine Flu virus not seeming to stop its spread in Telangana, one more has succumbed to the virus taking the death toll to 58 on Tuesday. Since Monday
A P Jitendra Reddy demands for separate High Court in Telangana...
TRS member A P Jitendra Reddy on Tuesday raised a demand for a separate High Court for Telangana in Lok Sabha saying that a provision for a separate High Court

Do you think proposals in Railway Budget 2015 will be implemented?


What's expensive, what's cheap post Budget 2015

New Delhi: Smoking and consumption of other tobacco items will be more expensive, while an increase in service tax rate would make costlier a whole lot of other activities includin


Rajiv Sharma reviews Metro Rail works

Chief Secretary Dr Rajiv Sharma conducted a Special Task Force (STF) meeting on Tuesday and reviewed the progress of the Hyderabad Metro Rail project.  HMR MD NVS Reddy inform

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    Navin Mittal, Returning Officer for the MLC elections for graduate constituency of Hyderabad, Ranga Reddy and Mahabub Nagar, held a meeting with nodal officers on Tuesday to discus More...
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    Hyderabad: Two more persons who were undergoing treatment for injuries sustained in the Gulf Oil Corporation Limited (GOCL) blast succumbed to their burns, taking the death toll to More...

A goldmine that is going waste

The amount of e-waste that is being produced everyday is humongous and what is more surprising is the amount of the waste that is being recycled. One would be startled to find out

Ap Capital

Sports vital for academics

Potti Sriramulu Chalavadi Mallikharjuna Rao (PSCMR) College of Engineering and Technology celebrated its Seventh Annual Sports Day in a grand manner on Tuesday. Students participated in the Sports Day...

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  • Battle royal at AP Capital lands
Hyderabad Hans

Four-year-old Nukathoti Snehil Prakruth has already made a name for himself, courtesy his eidetic memory. The city lad has broken many records by naming the capitals of 219 countries in just five minu....

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  • An 8-year Women’s Day gift
  • Popular eat-outs pitch in for Swachh Bharat
  • Rajiv Sharma reviews Metro Rail works

Modi seeks opposition cooperation

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday sought cooperation of the opposition saying his government does not claim to know everything just because they are sitting in the treasury b

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  • Insurance Bill introduced in Lok Sabha amid opposition
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BSF recovers 10 kg heroin in Punjab

Chandigarh: Border Security Force (BSF) troopers recovered 10 kg of heroin along the India-Pakistan border in the Amritsar sector, a BSF spokesman said on Tuesday.   He said that the heroin, in

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  • Second PGTI Cochin Masters to be lead by Bhullar

Islamabad: India on Tuesday flagged its concerns over cross-border terrorism and the slow-moving Mumbai terror attack trial to Pakistan as Indian Foreign Secretary S. Jaishankar met his Pakistani coun....

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  • Indian, Pakistani foreign secretaries to meet in Islamabad

In 2014, much to the disappointment of people of Seemandhra region, Andhra Pradesh was unfairly divided leaving the residuary State of Andhra Pradesh without a capital. Its major investments in the la....

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  • Idyabooster brings creative projects closer to interested ...
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CWC: Australia acid test awaits Afghanistan

Afghanistan face their toughest test of the World Cup so far when they play four-time champions Australia in Perth on Wednesday. Afghanistan have been the `Cinderella` story of this World Cup, with

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  • Footballer Adam Johnson accused of sex with minor
  • Jagmohan Dalmiya back with a bang

The new terror outfit ISIS in Iraq and Syria has put India on its radar with an objective of creating a global Islamic Sunni state. The New York Time reporter, Carlotta Gall in her book “The wro....

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  • Fate of Mizo refugees hangs in balance
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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has indicated a willingness to work with Google on Global Internet Access at Mobile World Congress ( MWC) in Barcelona by saying that connecting the world doesn't have to....

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  • Mozilla announces 'flip and slider' phones at Firefox OS...
  • NASA's Dawn set to enter mysterious Ceres' orbit on Marc...
  • Google confirms plans to launch mobile service soon

Dubai: An Indian worker in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has been jailed for three months for kissing a housewife inside a building, media reported Tuesday.   The Indian worker, identified by ....

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Russia is a good option for studies: SRKR HOD

Faculty members of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, SRKR Engineering College, felicitated HOD K Brahma Raju at Bhimavaram on Tuesday on his return from Russia after completing a 10-day study

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  • First junior college to have live botany lab

 New Delhi:  Peep into your kitchen to vanquish acne, says an expert.   Navin Taneja, director of The National Skin Center, shares home remedies to cure acne:   * Lemon j....

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  • Flat 25% off on fresh stock
  • Herbal gulal for Holi from Shahnaz Husain
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What did the fox say? Long ago, there lived a lion in a dense forest. One morning his wife told him that his breath was bad and unpleasant. The lion became very angry and was embarrassed to hear this....

  • Aggressive boys become stronger physically as teens
  • Weight issue prevents kids from eating
  • India Kids Fashion Week: Karisma Kapoor on ramp
  • Four Friends And The Hunger

On Japanese Island, it's raining cats and tourists

An army of feral cats rules a remote island in southern Japan, curling up in abandoned houses or strutting about in a fishing village that is overrun with felines outnumbering humans six to one. &n

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Bhavna Lamba, 28, has fond memories of her mother and grandmother in a kitchen bustling with the sound of the utensils and emanating an intoxicating fragrance of sweet gujiyas and salty mathhis before....

  • Savour homemade delights on Holi
  • Restaurant Review: Reshmi's in Hyderabad
  • Turkish food & music with an Indian twist
  • Beyond The Thali Rajasthan Food Trail

A new study has revealed that lack of sleep often makes a person grumpy, which ultimately leads to a fight with their partner.   It showed that 19 per cent of adults get an average of only si....

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A goldmine that is going waste

The amount of e-waste that is being produced everyday is humongous and what is more surprising is the amount of the waste that is being recycled. One would be startled to find out that there is more g

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Indian taxi app service Ola has acquired smaller rival TaxiForSure for 200 million dollars, giving a tougher competition to Uber . ....

  • Mercedes-AMG C63 S to hit India this year
  • Pulsar 200 SS unveiled at Motor Fair Turkey
  • Baja Sae concludes on a new high
  • Yamaha to Foray Into the Four-Wheeler Segment With the Mot...

Eating peanuts may lower your risk of dying from a heart attack, a new study has claimed. Researchers at Vanderbilt University in US and Shanghai Cancer Institute in China examined the association of ....

  • Swine flu toll in Rajasthan now 286
  • 12 fresh swine flu cases in Bengal
  • Countries highly vulnerable to Ebola-style epidemic
  • Milk protein critical for survival of species

Political diplomacy

Simmering anguish grips Andhra Pradesh as the State suffers blatant apathy in both railway and general budgets. Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu leads the sea of protest which for now is confined to p...

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  • Reviving Growth
  • Fundamental Rights And Restrictions
  • Budgeting intentions

Celebrities reacted in a sharp way as one of the main accused in the Nirbhaya gang rape, blamed the victim for the heinous act on her.    In his shocking interview to BBC,  Mukesh Sin....

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