SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 01, 2015. HYDERABAD, INDIA
Andhra Pradesh View All
Biogas plants catching up in EG
Kakinada: The biogas as substitute for LPG has picked up momentum in East Godavari, particularly in rural areas. It has become popular across the district. Peop
Cong to mount pressure on Centre
To take up a massive signature campaign from Feb 6 Vijayawada: The Andhra Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) has decided to launch an agitation across the State
Banker given time to upload details till Feb 7 for Farm loan waiver...
Govt decides to set up six bio-fertiliser plants Hyderabad: Andhra Pradesh Agriculture Minister Prathipati Pulla Rao on Saturday said the State government had
Telangana View All
Oppn blasts KCR’s move to shift Secretariat
Hyderabad: The decision of Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao to shift the Secretariat to Erragadda Chest Hospital premises has come in for sharp crit
Woman drops plan to join ISIS; returns to Hyd from Turkey...
Hyderabad:  Wanting to join the terror group Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), a 19-year-old woman from the city who was residing in Qatar had flown to Tu
KCR Wants New Secretariat Worth Rs. 150 Crore, to Fix 'Bad Vaastu'...
Hyderabad:  Telangana chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao has openly declared that he plans to build a new secretariat at a cost of Rs. 150 crore because the "va
POLLS

Swine Flu: Are AP, Telangana governments doing enough?

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NON STOP

Restrictions on visitors must

Hyderabad: Among the facilities lacking in controlling epidemics like swine flu, there is no separate isolation ward in a few hospitals. Some of the swine flu cases are kept along

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    YS Jagan, the chief of YSR Congress Party is at it again-training his guns at the TDP government led by Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu.   He is on a two-d More...
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WEB EXCLUSIVE

Oppn blasts KCR’s move to shift Secretariat

Hyderabad: The decision of Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao to shift the Secretariat to Erragadda Chest Hospital premises has come in for sharp criticism from the Oppos

Ap Capital

400 take ill due to food poisoning

Vijayawada: As many as 400 people took ill on Saturday due to food poisoning at Kolavennu village in Krishna district. Those, who fell ill, ate food at a wedding reception in the village. According to...

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Hyderabad Hans

The 46th annual celebrations of Sri Rama Gana Sabha (SRGS) titled Sri Saduguru Thyagaraja Aradhanotsavalu started on Friday at New Nallakunta Sri Ramalayam with the tradition recital of Nadaswaram. Th....

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  • Farmers urged to save water bodies
  • Total 1,321 Narayana students win gold medals
  • No water supply tomorrow
Cities

Centre likely to set up SIT to probe 1984 anti-Sikh riot cases closed by the police

New Delhi:  A government-appointed committee has recommended constitution of a SIT for re-investigation of the 1984 anti-Sikh riot cases.     The committee head

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  • Delhi polls: Kiran Bedi leads road show in Krishna Nagar
  • Govt planning to make bribery in polls a cognisable offenc...
  • Heightened vigil to check black money flow during Delhi As...
INDIA

Centre likely to set up SIT to probe 1984 anti-Sikh riot cases closed by the police

New Delhi:  A government-appointed committee has recommended constitution of a SIT for re-investigation of the 1984 anti-Sikh riot cases.     The committee headed by former Supreme

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  • EC issues show cause notice to AAP
  • Delhi polls: Kiran Bedi leads road show in Krishna Nagar
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WORLD

Beijing:  External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, who is on a three-day visit to China, on Sunday proposed a six-point template for India and China to build their relations upon and to realise t....

  • Obama condemns Japanese hostage's 'heinous murder'
  • Jordan says it will kill all Islamic State prisoners if ai...
  • Nigerian troops wrest town from Boko Haram
  • Turkey to stop foreign jihadis crossing into Syria
BUSINESS

Kolkata:  With coal production increasing over six per cent and offtake at only 3.2 per cent during the year, logistics and coal evacuation comes into core focus for Coal India.    ....

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  • Drug reduction policy draft likely to be moved to Cabinet ...
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SPORTS

Paes-Hingis win Australian Open mixed doubles title

Melbourne:  Indian tennis star Leander Paes and his Swiss partner Martina Hingis beat third seeds Kristina Mladenovic and Daniel Nestor to win the Australian Open mixed doubles title here Sunday.

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EDITOR'S CHOICE

Scientists are perceived as absent-minded geniuses on some exalted plane of existence, oblivious to their appearance or ordinary matters in their quest to understand and explain the mysteries of natur....

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TECHNOLOGY

Tokyo:  Japan Sunday launched a backup information gathering satellite (IGS), the country's first launch of this year.       The satellite is equipped with a radar spy instr....

  • Google Now gets upgraded with cards from your favorite app...
  • Canon 5DS specs leaked
  • New sensor spots minute quantities of atmospheric mercury...
  • HyperX Sets DDR4 Overclocking World Record at 4351MHz
NRI

Hindus have commended Indonesia for reported plans to renovate its unique and fascinating 15th century Sukuh Hindu Temple in Central Java.   Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, in a statement in Nevada ....

  • Indian-origin man jailed for computer hacking in Sin
  • No mechanism to diagnose cancer in rural areas
  • Malaysian court: Ethnic Indian killed in police cust
  • Indian-Origin Anesthesiologist Faces Lawsuit in Joan...
EDUCATION/CAREER

Myanmar President Seeks Co-operation To Amend Education Law

Yangon:  Myanmar President U Thein Sein Sunday appealed to protesting students for cooperation to fulfil their demand for amending an already approved national education law.     S

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  • Why KCR gave up FAST and made a U-turn?
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LIFESTYLE

Washington: If you are fed up of carrying spectacles and sunglasses separately, or are annoyed at your transitional lenses glasses which change with light, here's some good news!     I....

  • Indian consumers love luxury brands
  • Culture has a huge impact on creativity
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  • Don't stress over tresses for V Day
PARENTING/KIDS

Children who spend too much on the internet, mobiles and video games are likely to perform poorly in schools, new research has found. The researchers, however, noted that not using a computer at all c....

  • Playing video games linked to school failure
  • Babies Brains Work Even While Sleeping
  • Blocks and puzzles do increase spatial skills in kids
  • Nutella a forbidden name for French parents
TRAVEL

Best countries with free wi-fi

A group that collects hotel Wi-Fi data around the world has come up with a ranking of the countries that offer the most reliable, high-speed connectivity and the cities where you’re most likely

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  • London architects to build £10m swimming pool in middle o...
  • Alluring Anantagiri beckons nature lovers...
FOOD

Chennai:  Prego, the 56-cover fine dining Italian restaurant at the Taj Coromandel hotel, has literally turned on its head - morphing into an informal joint, anchored by a new and young Italian c....

  • How to make Besan ka Cheela: Recipe of the Day
  • How to make Gongura Pachadi: Recipe of the Day
  • Aditya Bal's Lost Recipes to show authentic Indian recipe...
  • Peanut Allergy May Be Thing Of Past
RELATIONSHIP

Washington:  A new study has recently revealed that people who make more connections while using an online weight management program lose around more than 8 percent of their body weight in six mo....

  • Senior citizens enjoy active sex lives too
  • Men take more selfies than women
  • Don't stress over tresses for V-Day
  • Why men and women think alike
ENVIRONMENT

Special Park To Save Vultures Mooted

Vultures which were found in tens of thousands once upon a time, are on the verge of extinction. They are considered to be environment-friendly as they feed on bodies. They also have religious signifi

  • Mega Green Run on Feb 22 at People’s Plaza, Hyderabad wi...
  • Rubber check dams suggested to conserve Yamuna water
  • Whales can hear through their bones
  • Rosaiah for bio-heritage sites
AUTO

Winter is over and the spring has come, must suppose not even a second was spared and Mercedes treated the world with a slew of some real gorgeous fleet. ....

  • Maruti launches Swift limited edition
  • 2015 Ford Figo sedan to launch in July, hatch back in Sept
  • Maruti Suzuki to launch Swift Diesel AMT, DZire facelift
  • Spied: India-bound TVS-BMW 300cc motorcycle testing
HEALTH

Feeling hungry all the time is one of the major reasons why most diets fail. Shun the unhealthy ones and go for the fuller and healthy substitutes to make diet successful. Huffingtonpost.com shares a ....

  • Fruit flies can smell antioxidants in their food
  • 7 ways to avoid hypertension
  • Scientists identify biological clock to predict longivity
  • Biomaterial coating holds promise for medical implants
HANS EDITORIAL

Interview of the Week

Ensuring Question Hour strictly Former president of TNGOs and a prominent leader of the pro-Telangana movement, K Swamy Goud,  played a crucial role in mobilising employees in support of the sep...

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  • Seasoned diplomat
  • Capitulating to US
  • India’s pusillanimity
Crime

New York:  A New York City man is facing animal cruelty charges after police say neighbours witnessed him beat his puppy and bury the dog alive in a snowbank.       The Daily N....

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  • Businessman’s family goes missing
  • Gulf job racket busted, 205 passports seized
  • Three-year-old raped in Bihar, one arrested