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Seeks scrapping of Armed Forces Act
Visakhapatnam: The 21st Congress of CPI-M has demanded repealing of Armed Forces (Special Act) of 1958 and also withdrawal of armed forces from North-Eastern re
CPM demands net neutrality
Party accuses telecom companies of trying to sabotage it Visakhapatnam: The 21st Congress of the CPI-M has declared its support to net neutrality, while strong
Babu's China visit a big hit
Hyderabad: The six-day trip to China by Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu concluded on Friday with successfully signing of 10 Memoranda of Understandings (MoUs

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Telangana woman becomes DTC’s first woman driver
New Delhi: After driving autorickshaws and BMWs, Telangana native Vankadarath Saritha on Friday became the first woman to hit the Delhi roads as a DTC driver.
KCR exhorts Collectors to ensure communal peace
Hyderabad: Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao on Friday directed the District Collectors to accord paramount priority to law and order in the state to achieve  
MMTS tickets double up as platform tickets
Bengaluru-native Venkat Raman had gone down to the Secunderabad Railway Station this week to bid farewell to one of his colleagues, who was leaving for New Delh

Can Rahul Gandhi regain faith in the party?


Obesity Support Group Meet today

Global Obesity Support Group, an initiative by Global Hospitals, is organising an obesity support group meet at Global Hospitals in Lakdikapul between 3 pm and 5 pm on Saturday. Th


#RahulReturns jokes trend on Twitter in true filmi style

AICC vice president Rahul Gandhi is back post a long sabbatical from politics. Well, although his absence had led to speculation over his place of refuge, his return has generated


Think out of the box, KCR tells Collectors

Hyderabad: Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao on Friday called upon the bureaucrats to work as a team and pull down the artificial walls of administration and focus attention on de

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Scholarships awarded to five PBSCAS students

Five degree students of PB Siddhartha College of Arts and Science (PBSCAS) have got scholarship of Rs 10,000 each to pursue higher studies under the central sector scheme of scholarship. Gaurav, R Par...

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Hyderabad Hans

Even as the World Heritage Day is being celebrated today, the monuments in and around the city are crying for attention. The few monuments that the State Department of Archaeology and Museums decided ....

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Under pressure from New Delhi, the state government overnight added charges of sedition and waging war against the country to Masrat Alam's detention who has now been formally arrested.   Po....

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Karnataka bandh over cauvery issue hits normal life

Bengaluru: Normal life in the country's IT capital and several parts of Karnataka was crippled on Saturday as a 12-hour statewide bandh called by pro-Kannada outfits to protest Tamil Nadu's oppositi

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At least 19 gold miners were killed in a landslide in Tanzania's northwestern district of Kahama, with many more feared trapped in mining pits. Justus Kamugisha, Shinyanga regional police commander,....

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With the vast depth and size of its market, India's ability to absorb international shocks is far stronger as reflected in the rupee remaining relatively stable, said Finance Minister Arun Jaitley ha....

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Rohit Sharma disappointed with bowlers' poor show

Having slumped to their fourth straight defeat in the Indian Premier League, Mumbai Indians skipper Rohit Sharma expressed disappointment with the way his bowlers fared against Chennai Super Kings and

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Unlike the Biblical tale of a prodigal son, the return of a foot-loose family member may not be a cause of great joy to his relatives. In Rahul Gandhi's case, it can be a source of embarrassment and ....

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New York: Google has designed a new app to test your on-screen penmanship. Called Google Handwriting Input, the app allows the users to 'write' on a smartphone or tablet.It automatically interprets ....

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  • Much ado about net neutrality
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Two Indian ships - MV Corals and MV Karavatti - are to berth in Kochi on Saturday with 484 evacuees, including 73 Indians and 336 Bangladeshis, in the last lot of people brought out from strife-torn Y....

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Filmmaking course by renowned filmmakers

School of Broadcasting and Communication will be conducting hands-  on intensive filmmaking course in Mumbai from April 22. Renowned filmmaker and National   Award Winner, Shilpi Das Gupta a

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Wearing tight clothes or figure-hugging shape wear may lead to nerve compression in your back and also restrict your hip bone movement, putting pressure on your spine and leading to backache, says an ....

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The power of prayer WE have the promise of the heavenly Father that "the prayer of faith shall save the sick." Where children are taught this from infancy, they are more sure to have faith ....

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Indian travellers can find cabs on

New Delhi: India's mobile travel planning and search business has launched a new app named "ixigo cabs" that aggregates cab information and helps Indian travellers find the neares

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When the temperature soars, dehydration becomes one of the major problems. An expert suggests that people consider food as a source of water.   “One should drink plenty of water in the ....

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For the social animal in all of us, there more factors than just physical health that influence our health and happiness. Experts believe that the benefits of being sociable and having a healthy socia....

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All about the greenhouse effect

Increased human activity, urbanisation and industrialisation have led to rapid deterioration of the environment. This has severely affected the life support system. The developmental discrepancies in

  • Noida groundwater level hits rock bottom, NGT told
  • Polluted air in Delhi worst in world, causes cancer, respi...
  • Cycle rally in Kerala to stop noise pollution
  • This Mesh is a boon for environmental clean ups

The Yamaha Saluto has been launched in India priced at Rs. 52,000/- (ex-showroom, Delhi). It has a typical commuter design having the Yamaha DNA with styling cues der....

  • Mercedes India offers cloud-based apps for cars with COMAN...
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Global Obesity Support Group, an initiative by Global Hospitals, is organising an obesity support group meet at Global Hospitals in Lakdikapul between 3 pm and 5 pm on Saturday. The topic for the supp....

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Tackling piracy

Producers are now dependent upon private companies to track and eliminate online piracy. The industry seeks stringent laws on the lines of those in the US  The T Town has lost almost Rs 100 cror...

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Happiness is the desire of most people.  But the number of folks who miss it is appalling. Instead of living in the sunshine of happiness, they are dwelling under the cloud of gloom.  The....

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