THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 2014. HYDERABAD, INDIA
Andhra Pradesh View All
Lokayukta notice to AP
APGenco cancelled PPAs with TS power utilities Hyderabad:  The Lokayukta on Wednesday served notices to the Andhra Pradesh government on scrapping the PPAs (Po
TDP offered Akhila Cabinet berth
Hyderabad: Nandhyala MLA Bhuma Nagi reddy alleged that the false cases were booked against him to weaken the YSR Congress party in Kurnool district. He said tha
Jail waiting for Jagan?
Is Jail awaiting YSRCP president YS Jagan Mohan Reddy? Developments in the disproportionate assets case seems to be sending the same signals. It's a known fact
Telangana View All
HRF-OPDR for aid to kin of farmers who committed suicide...
Warangal: The bereaved families of farmers, who committed suicide as they were caught in financial entanglements, held a massive protest rally and staged a demo
Value-based edn must to end corruption: Katyayani
Warangal: Imparting value based education and introduction of new syllabi related to values at the school and college level would address the issue of corruptio
Karimnagar records notable increase in liquor sales
Karimnagar: There has been a significant increase in liquor sales in Karimnagar district during the current financial year. The district is currently standing s
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Pakistan soft policy on terror claiming innocent lives

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OU reschedules semester exams

Hyderabad: Osmania University (OU) on Wednesday re-scheduled first and third examinations of MA/MCom/MSc/MSW/MCJ/BLISC/ MLISC/MPEd. According to the new schedule, exams which were

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AIBA bans Sarita for one year

New Delhi: Indian woman boxer L Sarita Devi was on Wednesday handed a one-year ban by the International Boxing Association (AIBA) for refusing to accept her bronze medal at the Asi

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    Medak: Telangana Chief Minister reached Ghanapur after completing his tour in Nalgonda.  He is now visiting kolcharam mandal in Medak district. He reviewed the Ghanapur reserv More...
  • TDP offered Akhila Cabinet berth
    Hyderabad: Nandhyala MLA Bhuma Nagi reddy alleged that the false cases were booked against him to weaken the YSR Congress party in Kurnool district. He said that he not afraid of t More...
WEB EXCLUSIVE

Three swine flu deaths in Hyderabad

Hyderabad: The scourge of swine flu returns as three deaths were reported in the city. Two persons, 42-year-old, Srinivas from Shahpurnagar and 25-year-old Kavitha from Jeedimetla,

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  • GSLV-Mark III countdown begins
    Chennai: The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) began the test-fly of its heaviest and upgraded rocket - the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV-Mark III) - on Wed More...
Ap Capital

City lights up with festive spirit

A festive spirit prevails among the Christian community in Guntur. Festivities which started in the first week of December itself with Pre Christmas and Suppose Christmas celebrations, have now reache...

  • City ‘fishes’ for a global tag
  • National archery tournament attracts 1,200 athletes
  • A rare heart defect treated successfully
  • State-level management meet at Siddhartha College
Hyderabad Hans

Hyderabad: Kendriya Vidyalaya, Gachibowli, Hyderabad, celebrated its 42nd KVS Regional Science Exhibition on Wednesday. The theme of the exhibition this year was science and mathematics for a sustaina....

  • HRD Ministry to discuss higher edn reforms with States in ...
  • OU reschedules semester exams
  • NDMA formulates guidelines for safety of schools
  • Politics and Students
Cities

Beef up security at schools, public places, states told

New Delhi:  The central government has asked states to beef up security, especially in educational institutions, following the terror attack at an army-run school in Pakistan,

  • Eleven Year Old, Raped and Murdered
  • Tributes paid to Nirbhaya
  • Dec 31 last date for IGNOU admissions
  • Failures are stepping stones to success: Swathi Rani
INDIA

GSLV-Mark III countdown begins

Chennai: The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) began the test-fly of its heaviest and upgraded rocket - the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV-Mark III) - on Wednesday from Sriharik

  • Government calendar themed 'Clean India, Green India' la
  • Vaccination updates mobile phone in Odisha
  • Eleven Year Old, Raped and Murdered
  • Fog affects life in Punjab, Haryana
WORLD

Maulana Fazlullah, who also wanted Malala Yousafzai’s life, is responsible for the mayhem he unleashed on Tuesday, where 132 school children were massacred in Peshawar. It was his orders to have....

  • Church of England appoints first female bishop
  • Nawaz Sharif lifts moratorium on death penalty after grues...
  • Australian PM announces inquiry into hostage crisis
  • One killed in Turkey as hot air balloon lands hard
BUSINESS

Mumbai:  A benchmark index of Indian equities markets closed Wednesday trade 71.31 points or 0.27 percent down, as market tried to find support on the last day of US Fed meeting today. &nbs....

  • BSE Sensex to hit 32,980 by December 2015
  • SpiceJet operations resume
  • Indians to get richer: Report
  • Xiaomi can sell Qualcomm handsets
SPORTS

AIBA bans Sarita for one year

New Delhi: Indian woman boxer L Sarita Devi was on Wednesday handed a one-year ban by the International Boxing Association (AIBA) for refusing to accept her bronze medal at the Asian Games but the pun

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  • Sachin's Playing It My Way in 8 languages
  • Sarita Devi banned for a year
EDITOR'S CHOICE

A surge of men piled on to the stage where the Sectors Commanders Forum, an organisation of those who fought the 1971 liberation war against Pakistan, were celebrating the Victory Day that ended in th....

  • Home umpires favour own teams in Tests: Study
  • Indo-US ties in 2014: A Flashback
  • Novel method promises better rechargeable batteries
  • Black day for humanity
TECHNOLOGY

Washington: A research team led by an Indian origin scientist has designed a novel method to develop high-capacity, rechargeable lithium-sulphur batteries for smartphones, laptops and other electronic....

  • Robot that can replicate the human gait
  • Lighter planes better at controlling CO2 emissions
  • Apple Pay gets more support from banks
  • India readies for GSLC-Mark III launch
NRI

Thiruvananthapuram: Eighty-seven nurses from Kerala working in Libya are all set to return home in the coming days, says an official here, adding that the remaining 600 nurses have not expressed desir....

  • Kerala nurses to join Kuwait hospitals
  • Indian-American doctor Vivek Murthy creates history
  • Infosys techie Vishwakant from Guntur
  • Telangana minister meets jailed workers in Dubai
EDUCATION/CAREER

Choosing the right career

Sir I've finished my Bachelor of Arts, now I am pursing MBA. So, please suggest which specialisation I should choose, as I'm not interested in finance or accounts. - Madhupriya   While choosi

  • Liar, liar, pants on fire
  • Introvert employees shape career graph of colleagues
  • Beef up security at schools, public places, states told
  • Telangana to conduct EAMCET on its own
LIFESTYLE

Pune: Indo-Canadian actress Lisa Ray will walk for ULKA SB at the forthcoming fifth season of Pune Fashion Week here.     The "Bollywood Hollywood" star will sport one of....

  • India fashion scene in 2014, flashback
  • Winter fashion trend: Match hairstyle with beard
  • Maf1 protein aids weight loss
  • Feel young and live longer
PARENTING/KIDS

New York: Researchers have found that children from poor socio-economic backgrounds, who regularly attended music classes show larger improvements in how the brain processes speech and reading scores.....

  • E-cigarettes exposing rising number of kids to nicotine
  • Unhealthy environment tunes kids' genes for anti-social b...
  • Set rules for kids to make them behave better
  • Kids must undergo vision health screening regularly
TRAVEL

Holiday heartburn: How to tackle it?

Washington: President Obama's recent diagnosis of acid reflux helped in prompting wide awareness of an ailment that is especially prevalent at the time of holiday season; however, its complications c

  • Las Vegas Gears Up for New Year
  • Asia Cruise Fund welcomes Hainan, Philippines
  • Keylong in Himachal chills at -9.6 degrees
  • Himalaya snowfall cuts off trekker's route near Mount Eve
FOOD

McDonald's in Japan has revealed that it is having to ration french fries, despite more than 1,000 tonnes of potatoes being airlifted, as eateries grapple with a crippling chip shortage.   &....

  • Lose 10 pounds in less than a week, not entirely false
  • Kid's special: Bread Pizza recipe
  • Smuggle your booze in tampon flask
  • Shawarma: Another Arabic delight becomes Hyderabad’s pas...
RELATIONSHIP

London: Serve your husband some spicy food if you want some real action between the sheets tonight.     A French study has found that men who love to consume more spicy food have more t....

  • Gift your loved ones a 3D Christmas tree
  • How to rekindle romance in army couples
  • Indian women taking to wine in the right spirit
  • Porn addiction hampers male sexual performance
ENVIRONMENT

World's deep seas littered with plastic waste

London: Around four billion microscopic plastic fibres could be littering each square kilometre of deep sea sediment around the world, shows a study. "It is alarming to find such high levels of c

  • World's deep seas littered with plastic waste
  • How cows communicate with their calves
  • So that we can breathe easy
  • Ancient dental plaque reveals Easter Islanders' diet
AUTO

Hyderabad: If you are looking to celebrate the New Year 2015 by buying a brand new car, hold your breath for a second and think twice. Most of the au....

  • Hero MotoCorp to sell bikes online via Snapdeal
  • 20,752 units of Ford EcoSport recalled
  • The smallest Audi SUV -the Q1 coming in 2016
  • Nissan to hike prices by up to Rs 18,000 from January
HEALTH

Washington: Teens in the US are now smoking more e-cigarettes than traditional cigarettes, while their use of alcohol and abuse of prescription pain relievers has declined, a new survey has found. Acc....

  • Cocaine users suffer suicide risk
  • Vaccination updates mobile phone in Odisha
  • Weight Loss: The Honey Way
  • Simple breathing can help you shed extra kilos
HANS/EDITORIAL

Message from KCR

The much-awaited first expansion of Telangana cabinet took place without any major surprises. The discontent is evident but it is confined to individuals who failed to find place. Political management...

  • Aadhaar as an obstruction
  • Environmental dilemmas
  • Stooping to conquer
  • Indo-Russian ties: Stand by trusted friend
Crime

When there's a terrorist attack on India, many always wonder if Pakistan is behind the same. Thus many advocate snapping of all ties and stifle Pakistan so that they beg for help.    Howe....

  • Taliban killed school kids to avenge Malala Nobel?
  • Tackling Global Terror
  • Robbery gang leader arrested in Hyderabad
  • Lingaa piracy: Madurai cabbie arrested