SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 2014. HYDERABAD, INDIA
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NTR name to airport terminal equals insult
PCC president Raghuveera reddy opined that naming the domestic terminal to NTR is degrading the great man’s status. “How can you keep his name just for the domestic terminal?” he a
Jagan's sister Sharmila's Paramarsa yatra
YSR congress Party leader and YS Jagan Mohan Reddy's sister Sharmila is all set to embark on her Paramarsha Yatra from December 8. She will meet families of those who died of shock
AP sees red over TS move to rename institutions
The issue of a GO to rename minority institution is in violation of the AP Re-organisation Act-2014 – Palle Raghunatha Reddy   Hyderabad: A unilateral GO by the Telangana State
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KCR owes political career to NTR: TDP
Ever since the centre decided to name of the terminals at the Rajic Gandhi International Airport in Shamshabad after former Andhra chief minister late NT Rama Rao, there has been r
KCR plans CCTVs to make Telangana safer
Hyderabad: Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao once again reminded the assembly that TRS government was committed to the safety of industrialists and the public in genera
Telangana No to NTR, Centre must consult state
Hyderabad: A resolution was passed by the Telangana Legislative Assembly on Friday asking the Centre to reevaluate the decision to rename terminals in the Rajiv Gandhi Internationa
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NTR name to airport terminal equals insult

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KCR owes political career to NTR: TDP

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INDIA

Can Modi woo J&K in campaign trial?.

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on whom BJP is banking heavily, will hit the campaign trail in Jammu and Kashmir on Saturday when he addresses a public rally in Kishtwar, four days ahead of t

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WORLD

Washington: Barack Obama has extended the combat role for US troops in Afghanistan for another year, in a classified order he signed in recent weeks, the New York Times reported Friday.   Previ....

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BUSINESS

Mumbai:  With the hope against hope of seeing the centrral bank cut key interest rates and following an encouraging set of inflation and factory output numbers, the Indian equities markets m....

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Cities

India Bullet train ready to roll

High-speed train will reach Agra from Delhi in 105 minutes New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s dream of introducing high-speed trains will soon become a reality when

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Hyderabad Hans

Nearly all the birds and other life forms that depend on the green cover of our city can be preserved by protecting the national parks and the lakes around us. More than 125 regularly found bird speci....

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Crime

Hyderabad: The accused in the KBR park shootout Obulesh was brought in front of the court this Saturday by the police. The court started the investigation and passed verdict to remand till December 5t....

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  • Student gang-raped by 6 persons, four arrested
SPORTS

Srikanth loses in Hong Kong Open semis.

Hong Kong:  Indian shuttler Kidambi Srikanth's good run in the $350,000 Hong Kong Open Super Series came to an end as he lost to top seed Chen Long of China in the men's singles semifinal here

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EDITOR'S CHOICE

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TECHNOLOGY

The Selfie stick that facilitates your capturing a selfie from an angle of your choice by positioning your smartphone beyond the arms' reach has made it to the Time magazine's list of 25 best invent....

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NRI

The adulation and ovations lavished on Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his recent visit to Australia has been an issue of political rhetoric also. Leaders of major political parties have brandishe....

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EDUCTION/CAREER

To get hired, tone down political references on CV.

New York: Rather than improving your chances of getting hired, including your political leanings within your resume may actually put you at a disadvantage in your job hunt, new research says.  

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LIFE STYLE

As the weather gets colder, there is no need to stuff yourself up in a pile of clothes. Trendy garments that have hit the market this year will ensure that you overwhelm everyone by being a fashionist....

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PARENTING/KIDS

When 6-10 year old children ate foods they had to bite with their front teeth - like drumsticks, whole apples, or corn on the cob - they were rowdier than when these foods had been cut, a new study ha....

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TRAVEL

British couple fined for giving hotel bad review on Trip Advisor.

Tony and Jan Jenkinson were not impressed with their £36 ($64 CAD) one-night stay at the Broadway Hotel in the seaside town of Blackpool in North West England. So they did what any disgruntled c

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FOOD

Do you know why despite your best efforts, the slice of pizza you are about to enjoy flops over and dangles from your fingers?         It has nothing to do with either a non....

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  • Make your own beer with new 'Brewie'
RELATIONSHIP

While highly committed people remember their relationship history accurately, couples in trouble do not, says new research.       "When a couple is considering making a lifel....

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ENVIRONMENT

Leopards in human areas not conflict animals.

New Delhi:  Leopards in human areas are not always "stray" or "conflict" animals but residents with strategies to thrive in human dominated areas, says the first GPS-based stu

  • TS to exploit solar energy for agriculture operations
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  • Another rhino killed in Kaziranga
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AUTO

Mahindra and Mahindra has launched new Alfa Passenger t....

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  • Maruti looks to export new Alto K10 from December
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HEALTH

In a major breakthrough, researchers have developed a technique that allows ultrasound to penetrate bones and metals.Materials like bones and metals, called aberrating layers, have physical characteri....

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  • New factor in liver cancer progression discovered
  • Obesity silently damages heart
  • A safe, reliable wireless pacemaker to hit stores soon
HANS/EDITORIAL

Pawar’s power politics.

We always speak about dynastic politics in the country. Well, political dynasties are fully visible. If there is Nehru-Indira parivar at the apex, there is the Abdullah family in Kashmir, Badals in Pu...

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NTR name for RGIA justified?