MONDAY, DECEMBER 22, 2014. HYDERABAD, INDIA
Andhra Pradesh View All
Farmers stage protest over erratic power supply
Vijayawada: Farmers in Katrinapadu village under Musunur mandal on Sunday squatted on Gopavaram-Mirzapuram road to express their protest over erratic power supp
Govt to deal sternly with accused in bogus passbook racket...
Minister warns of registering criminal cases Officials suspect fake passbooks are in circulation in three districts Farmers have already taken l
Minister suspends hospital in-charge
Minister Kamineni rushes to the GGH as protests held Scoffs at dereliction by staff at the government hospital Parents of a boy told to take him
Telangana View All
Oratory skills make good leaders
21st batch of  Vaktha instils confidence in participants to become good public speakers Hyderabad: Participants in the 21st batch of Vaktha programme vowed t
Hyderabad to host JVV national meet from Dec 24
Hyderabad: The Jana Vignana Vedika (JVV) on Sunday demanded that the Telangana and Andhra Pradesh governments enact special laws on the lines of Anti Superstiti
TS seeks NRI help in restoration of water bodies
Hyderabad: Irrigation Minister T Harish Rao on Sunday exhorted Telangana NRIs to fund lakes restoration project in the State by adopting them. The Minister w
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Telugu TV actor Venu attacked

Comedian Venu of Jabardasth fame was attacked on Sunday by members of the Goud community at Film Nagar for allegedly indulging in "offensive portrayal" of their caste in

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Civils Concluded with Mixed feelings

Mixed reviews are being given by the Civils aspirants about the quality of the paper after the conclusion of Civil Services (Main) examination concluded on Saturday, with many aspi

  • Police Raids on Farm houses
    Hyderabad: Police conducted some surprise raids on some farm houses in Maoinabad on Saturday. The police took some people along with obscene amounts of Alcohol and hukka. The polic More...
  • YS Jagan has AP Assembly's attention
    YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, the leader of Opposition in AP Assembly on Friday found a new topic to keep everybody in the house attentive.     The YSRCP chief urged all the More...
WEB EXCLUSIVE

BJP to ditch Chandrababu, KCR?

The astronomical rise of BJP at the national level leadership in the last general elections seems to be emboldening party President Amit Shah and Prime Minister Narendra Modi to ta

  • KCR's threats may act against him
    TRS chief and Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao has on many occasions claimed that he is the biggest dictator and would love to be known as Hitler's grand dad! After bec More...
  • Uber ban is knee jerk reaction
    Right after a cab driver raped young female executive in the country's capital, Union Government within hours acted tough and banned the services of Uber Cabs and other mobile serv More...
Ap Capital

Foundation stone for AIIMS in January

Vijayawada:  A team of experts of the Union Health Ministry cleared the 196 acres of land located near Mangalagiri for establishing the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS). The team i...

  • Kotappakonda, Guntur
  • PFC commits 123 crore for AP school toilets
  • On a mission to light up lives
  • Bibliophiles in for 10-day extravaganza
Hyderabad Hans

A saree draping workshop was organised on Saturday by Dolly Jain. The workshop was inaugurated by Upasana Kamineni. Dolly Jain is a record holder in the Limca Book of Records for her 125 styles of ....

  • Ethnic wear @ discounted prices
  • City's first home gardening and healthy living expo
  • Lakes of the city: Bandala Cheruvu
  • Driving schools take people for a ride
Cities

Resident of Hyderabad wins gold

Tirupati: Ch Suhasini, a resident of Kukatpally, Hyderabad won 250 gm Gold in the lucky draw in the ‘Malabar Gold & Diamonds Festival’ celebration held on Sunday. T

  • Money in elections root cause of corruption: ex-CEC Qurais...
  • On a mission to light up lives
  • Bibliophiles in for 10-day extravaganza
  • Political obstructionism will not derail reforms: Jaitley
INDIA

Manmohan’s memoirs? Well, not yet…

He has just completed 200 days out of office, but former prime minister Manmohan Singh keeps himself perhaps as busy as he was when in power, attending parliament for half-a-day daily, meeting people

  • BJP in Catch-22 situation
  • No conflict between BJP, RSS over conversions: Venkaiah Na
  • Fate of key bills uncertain
  • India fumes as UN calls terrorist ‘Sahib’
WORLD

Shillong: An earthquake measuring 4.8 on the Richter scale Sunday jolted northeastern states and parts of Myanmar Sunday, authorities said.     The earthquake occurred at 11.08 a.m....

  • Karachi hit by massive power breakdown
  • Peshawar attack victim's family leads protest
  • Pakistan plans counselling for traumatised children
  • Over 300 terror suspects held in Islamabad
BUSINESS

Hyderabad:  Internet giant Google plans to open its own "permanent and big" campus in Hyderabad and is set to sign an MoU with Telangana government shortly to take up the venture. &nbs....

  • Rajasthani handicrafts on Snapdeal
  • India's growth to impact Africa
  • How Flipkart wooed investors
  • India's forex grows by $2.17b
SPORTS

ISL is all set to propel Indian football

Football in India will never be the same again and Indian Super League (ISL) can take all plaudits for this monumental change in the country's sporting culture. The inaugural ISL - a tournament bo

  • Accept DRS or suffer, current and former players to BCCI
  • Best team won the ISL: David James
  • Dutch striker Huntelaar extends Schalke deal
  • Joe Burns replaces injured Mitch Marsh for Boxing Day Test
EDITOR'S CHOICE

In less than four months, the new Prime Minister of India and US President Barack Obama will meet for their second summit in New Delhi. The first summit was the outcome of Obama’s initiative whe....

  • Exercise caution
  • Uber ban is knee jerk reaction
  • Religious conversion: Can Modi take on Hindu hawks?
  • How to get fake certificates, licences in India
TECHNOLOGY

The advent of technology is good for the development of mankind. However, many in India have started insulting the country's rich culture and tradition after getting carried away by the technology.&n....

  • New pathway to turn sunlight into electricity
  • 5 simple ways to make your email safer in case of a hack a...
  • Instagram worth $35 bn, surpasses Twitter
  • Facebook app to add stickers on friends' faces
NRI

Sydney:  Viswakanth Ankireddy, an Indian IT worker who was held hostage during the Sydney cafe siege on December 15, said on Thursday that he is getting better by the day with his wife's support....

  • Indian professor honoured in Australia
  • Indian man gets mental health sentence in UK
  • Indian jailed by S'pore court for filming women
  • A village with Rs 1000 cr in NRI deposits
EDUCATION/CAREER

Oratory skills make good leaders

21st batch of  Vaktha instils confidence in participants to become good public speakers Hyderabad: Participants in the 21st batch of Vaktha programme vowed to bring impact on society with thei

  • Will improve government schools: Arvind Kejriwal
  • Civils Concluded with Mixed feelings
  • Happy-go-lucky bosses contribute to stock upswing
  • Personality outsmarts intelligence at school
LIFESTYLE

A saree draping workshop was organised on Saturday by Dolly Jain. The workshop was inaugurated by Upasana Kamineni. Dolly Jain is a record holder in the Limca Book of Records for her 125 styles of ....

  • Ethnic wear @ discounted prices
  • Christmas fashion: Designer scarves
  • Miss world contest eliminates bikini round
  • Jabong Fashion week kicks off
PARENTING/KIDS

Washington:  A new study has revealed that women who are exposed to high levels of fine particulate matter specifically during pregnancy-particularly during the third trimester-may face up to twi....

  • Double Trouble!
  • Know what makes kids generous
  • Don't buy your children cheap, old car
  • Skipping meals make kids obese
TRAVEL

Ranakpur for simple, unhurried life

New Delhi: Those of you on a quest for something unexplored need not look far for such an experience. Ranakpur, a small village nestled in Rajasthan's Aravali hills, promises such a getaway without b

  • Kotappakonda, Guntur
  • Snow in Shimla brings promise of White Christmas
  • Best Work-Life Balance in Denmark
  • Holiday heartburn: How to tackle it?
FOOD

New Delhi:  Live up the Christmas fever by raising a toast of Santa Singh -- a special hot chocolate cocktail, launched for the festive season by popular gastropub Monkey Bar.     ....

  • Eat, Pray and Celebrate
  • Coffee with sugar has different effect?
  • Quicker food choices driven by taste
  • Much food for thought at this media hangout
RELATIONSHIP

A new study suggests that love at first sight is a myth and it does not exist.According to the study, the speed at which we fall for someone is controlled by a region in the brain called the anterior ....

  • Women spend an hour daily on their looks
  • Don't mix sexual fantasies with true love life
  • How a woman picks her mate
  • Men have hormonal changes on way to fatherhood
ENVIRONMENT

Tooth loss in birds occurred 116 million years ago

New York:  Using the degraded remnants of tooth genes in birds to determine when birds lost their teeth, researchers have found that teeth were lost in the common ancestor of all living birds mor

  • Dinosaur-killer asteroid nearly wiped out mammals too
  • Elephant calf rescued in Assam, reunited with herd
  • Groom's unusual dowry demand
  • Champaign Bubbles Now to Satisfy World’s Energy Needs
AUTO

The baby Jag is coming to India, albeit not till the second half of 2015. The A4, 3-series and C-Class rival will be the last to be launched. While the rest of the ca....

  • Hyundai & Harley clinch top titles at auto awards
  • Car prices set to climb
  • Hero MotoCorp to sell bikes online via Snapdeal
  • 20,752 units of Ford EcoSport recalled
HEALTH

London:  If you show symptoms of respiratory disorders such as cough or sore throat after a session of vigorous exercise, increasing your vitamin C intake could offer relief, says a study.  ....

  • Sleep loss can damage body cells
  • Two pieces of fruit a day help fight depression
  • Prenatal exposure to air pollution ups child's autism ris...
  • Quicker food choices driven by taste
HANS/EDITORIAL

The penalty of inefficiency

A young girl is raped by a lone taxi driver in New Delhi almost exactly two years after another was by a bus driver and his cronies in the same city. This year’s victim survived but is scarred. ...

  • Whither reforms drive?
  • Of protecting human rights
  • Jihad - How Un-Islamic it is
  • Message from KCR
Crime

Tried to break into ATM Kakinada: A group of unknown culprits on Saturday broke into Venkateswara Swamy  temple and escaped with gold and silver ornaments worth Rs 2.5 lakh and idols. The inci....

  • Couple killed in road mishap
  • One killed, 2 injured as bus rams into car
  • 2 teenagers meet with watery grave
  • Man butchers wife, plays devotional songs