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Green tech can spur growth: Vedanta chief
Says India should learn from China & Guinea Visakhapatnam: The newly appointed chief executive officer of the Vedanta Resources Tom Albanese said that India should adopt new envir
New Police Act for CRDA zone on the anvil
Vijayawada: A new Police Act is on the cards for the Capital Region Development Authority (CRDA) area, with the State police working on it. The Act will give scope for expansion of
YSRCP panel opposes forcible acquisition of farm lands
Guntur: The YSRCP has launched its third leg of ' Farmers and Farm Labourers Rights Preservation Committee' tour in the capital region amid reports that the agitation had been sile
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Man sitting on grass-laden tractor burnt alive
Grass comes in touch with electric wires Parkal (Warangal): An elderly person, Bhuchaiah (42), was burnt alive accidentally at Nadikuda in Parkal mandal on Thursday. Belonging to
State-level kabaddi tourney begins today
Mancherial (Adilabad): State-level under-19 kabaddi championships for men and women will be held at Pragathi Stadium at Srirampur in Mancherial mandal of Adilabad district from Nov
Regulate fertiliser prices:TRS
Khammam: The TRS leader Nallamalla Venkateswara Rao said that agriculture sector is heading towards crisis. Speaking to press persons at the camp office of TRS leader Tummala Nages

RGV targets Mahesh with NTRs Temper?

RGV targets Mahesh with Jr NTRs Temper? Looks like controversies and film-maker Ram Gopal Varma goes hand in hand. Not  day goes by without Ramu uttering some sensational rema

  • NTR rises Bandla Ganesh's Temper
    Well, the semi nude look of Jr NTR in his upcoming film might have thrilled his fans, however it has upped the temper of producer Bandla Ganesh who had planned a grand release of t More...
  • Modi-Sharif kiss and make up
    Kathmandu:  After a day when they apparently ignored each other in front of cameras, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Pakistani Premier Nawaz Sharif shook hands and met More...

NTR look in Puri's Temper leaked!

While Nandmuri fans had been desperately waiting to get a dekko of the first look of their favourite hero's movie Temper helmed by none other than maverick director Puri Jagannadh,


Will Chandrababu name Gannavaram airport after NTR?

Will Chandrababu name Gannavaram Airport after NTR? Looks like Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu does't want any memories of Sr NTR in his state. That's perhaps the r

  • Charan-Bunny together again!
    Well, we don't mean to say that the two mega heroes will be sharing the screen space. However, mega fans will be happy to see them both on the same dais-this time for a skit. &nbs More...
  • Pawan Vs Bhumika ROFL
    Trust social media to come up with funny pictures that are sure to lift your spirits. One such picture doing the rounds is a take on the hottest debate in the messaging circles. Te More...



e-visa facility for 43 countries

New Delhi: India on Thursday launched e-visa facility for tourists from 43 countries, including US, Israel, Palestine and Japan to boost tourism sector and offer hassle-free travel to foreign visitors

  • Modi-Sharif bonhomie face-saver for Saarc
  • 3 army men among 10 killed in Jammu
  • SAARC 10 developments
  • Winter Session of Parliament Day 4

Islamabad: The WHO on Thursday suspended its activities in Pakistan's restive Balochistan province due to security concerns after four members of a polio vaccination team were gunned down by militant....

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  • Break Google into bits: EU
  • Blast hits British embassy vehicle
  • Experimental Ebola vaccine safe, bolsters immunity

New Delhi: Indian and Chinese companies have inked agreements envisaging an investment of $2.5 bn during the visit of a Chinese delegation to the country. "The visit of the Chinese delegation was....

  • FM to nudge RBI chief for rate cut
  • New insurance plan from Aviva
  • RCom unveils new data plans
  • Aircel launches extra credit service

Quiz Mamata in my presence: Kunal

‘Bengal CM is the biggest beneficiary’ CBI is being misused in Delhi: Mamata Why blame TMC for fault of one or two? Mamata threatens to take fight

  • Govt to unveil 2nd generation reforms in next Budget: FM
  • Indian scientists show how to boost yields
  • Delivering food anywhere in city @ 99
  • Children in their own right
Hyderabad Hans

Re-uniting wandering mentally ill women with their families is ironically the reason why many of them end up homeless again, says an award-winning study by an Indian-American researcher. Homeless, men....

  • Statutory warning: E-cigarettes could be injurious to your...
  • Exhilarating vocal recital by Sriranjani
  • Workshop to vivify lyrical beauty of Thyagaraja pancharatn...
  • ‘Veena’ Srinivas’ majestic veena recital

Grass comes in touch with electric wires Parkal (Warangal): An elderly person, Bhuchaiah (42), was burnt alive accidentally at Nadikuda in Parkal mandal on Thursday. Belonging to Kantathmakur in the ....

  • Maoists burn sand-laden truck
  • Key accused in APGVB theft case arrested
  • Transco DE in ACB net
  • Sting operation finds black money in real estate

Phil Hughes succumbs to head injury

Sydney: Promising Australian batsman Philip Hughes on Thursday died of a head injury sustained two days ago during a domestic match, leaving the cricket fraternity completely devastated over the "

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  • Phil Hughes killed by old helmet
  • Golden boy Srikanth targets Dubai World Super Series
  • IPL spot-fixing: CSK faces axe from BCCI

New Delhi:  Ahead of the proposed installation of a statue of Mahatma Gandhi at the British parliament, a section of the Indian diaspora has expressed scepticism about the British government....

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  • Teen Breaks Speed-Texting World Record
  • R&D in India
  • How to use toilet in space video

Washington:  Samsung has unveiled an eye-tracking mouse, dubbed as EYECAN+, which allows people with disabilities to control their computers with a blink of an eye.     Samsung's ....

  • Ozzie, the talking horse, launches RAP album!
  • NASA floats airship challenge idea
  • How hackers earn money
  • ISRO's GSAT-16 launch on Dec 5

New Delhi:  26th November 2014 - Prof. K. Srinath Reddy, President of the Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI), was conferred the degree of Doctor of Science (Medicine) by the University of L....

  • Indian origin couple oldest married people in world
  • Indian-American to lead Dallas Fed board
  • Overseas Indians to benefit from proposed bill
  • Saudi mulls 5-year residency permits

Groupe INSEEC 2020: A strategy for national & international development

Paris: Months before its 40th anniversary, Catherine Lespine, CEO of Groupe INSEEC, along with its shareholder Apax Partners, the French investment firm, announced the Groupe’s development proje

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  • How to exit your job gracefully
  • 55% employees face bullying at workplace: Survey

Do you have puffiness or bags under your eyes? We all know that eyes are the most attractive part of human body. Eye contact is a must so people spend a lot of time beautifying their eyes either with ....

  • Massage parlours, spa in Goa on rise
  • Pregnant boozers are criminals?
  • Farts to smell like chocolate with pills!
  • Underwater wedding for professional diver

Washington:  Children who get exposed to intense verbal aggression in family can better handle intense conflict later in life, finds research.       "Conflict exper....

  • Childhood bullying could harm them
  • Why kids tend to swear
  • Verbal fights help kids tackle stress later
  • Why is it difficult for the Wandering Albatross to take of...

Narkanda in Himachal: Of Snow-capped peaks, poetry

Narkanda:  If you've flipped through English romantic poet Wordsworth's "The Mountain Echo", you will realise that the peaceful valley of Narkanda, a picturesque town in Himachal Prad

  • Visit California continues its outreach program in India
  • 7 days in the essence of incredible India
  • 3 Indian cities that offer best hotel services
  • British couple fined for giving hotel bad review on Trip A

It's that time of the year again when cool breeze chills you and you can't help but crave for some hot snacks to munch on. This is the time you don't mind ditching your diet as the temptation is to....

  • Thanksgiving recipe: Fried Egg and Potato Cake
  • Winter recipe: Pumpkin soup
  • Natural remedies for diabetes
  • Jumboking forays into Hyderabad

London:  A new survey has revealed that middle-aged people, especially the ones over 50, regret marrying the wrong person the most.       The survey, which was commissioned b....

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Rohtang pass vehicles must be CNG: Green panel

Manali: The ice mass on high Himalayan mountain pass Rohtang, overlooking this tourist resort in Himachal Pradesh, is reducing rapidly due to air pollution and in the next 20 to 25 years it may vanish

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  • Putin's tiger kills 15 Chinese goats
  • Hydro Nano Gas can Neutralize Carbon Fuel Emissions
  • Indian consulate in New York goes Swachch

Moving away from the mundane, three girls took to the roads on their bikes to visit the holy land of Srisailam, daring all the stares from fellow commuters al....

  • BMW to launch M3 and M4 on November 27
  • Airbags didn't deploy since driver didn't collide proper...
  • Riders walk the ramp to promote safety
  • 5 simple ‘do it yourself’ car cleaning tips

Toronto: Compared to conventional diabetes treatment, an external artificial pancreas can improve glucose control and treatment of Type-1 diabetes, shows a study.   Type-1 diabetes, a chronic d....

  • Indian school kids lag in health and fitness parameters
  • Trial Ebola shot safe, bolsters immunity
  • How memory loss is inherited
  • Brain knows what is virtual or real: Study

Fresh TS-AP row brews over NAC

Tussles between the Andhra Pradesh and Telangana governments seem to have become the order of the day as they cover just about every other issue that crops up.   The latest bone of contention, ...

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  • A long overdue but welcome reform
  • Obama Moment for AP?
  • Need for holistic policy

Will Dhoni lose visibility post CSK end?