MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2014. HYDERABAD, INDIA
Andhra Pradesh View All
Minister ticks off RIMS Director
Bluntly tells him to go on leave if he can’t be effective Medical college hostel inmates complain to Raghava Rao Ongole: Transport Minister Siddha Raghava Rao on Sund
Rs.80-cr drinking water project launched
Sri Satya Sai Saba’s 89th birth anniversary fete begins AP Deputy CM Chinarajappa launches the water scheme Puttaparthi to be developed as spiritual & tourism centr
AP Govt will not enforce Land Acquisition Act
Land pooling scheme will be taken forward, says Deputy CM K E Krishnamurthy ‘Suggested to the Chief Minister that no pressure should be exerted on farmers to part with t
Telangana View All
Sand mafia ruling roost in Nizamabad district
Directive by Minister for Major Irrigation Harish Rao to officials to end smuggling fails to show any results Turnover of sand smuggling is estimated to be Rs 10 cr a mo
Cops continue ‘cordon and search’ op
Take 18 into custody from Rajendranagar area; seize 65 bikes, 15 autos Hyderabad: The Cyberabad police took two pickpockets, one rowdy sheeter, one ex-convict and 14 suspected p
KCR smells a rat; cancels solar pump set tenders
Telangana Chief Minister notices irregularities in tender process for supplying solar pump sets to agriculture sector in the State Hyderabad: In a significant move, Chief Minist
DON'T MISS

NTR is responsible for the political future in Telanagana: Babu

Hyderabad: The renaming of the domestic terminal controversy in Shamshabad airport after NTR is intensifying by the hour with the Telangana TD and the Congress  holding protes

NON STOP

Dattatreya: We wont affect the interests of the Labour

Hyderabad: The proposed reforms to labor laws by Narendra Modi government were once again assured. Union labor and employment minister Bandaru Dattatreya said that it will not in a

  • Demand for Swamy Goud’s resignation increased
    Hyderabad: The demand immediate resignation of Legislative Council chairman Swami Goud as the president of TNGO cooperative housing society from the unions of Telangana officers, e More...
  • TPCC Website started
    Hyderabad: Telangana PCC website was launched by the TPPC president Ponnala Laxmaiah on Saturday. It seems that the congress party is moving forward in Telangana to complete the me More...
WEB EXCLUSIVE

KCR's Operation Bluestar comment irks Revanth Reddy

The clash between TRS and TDP is turning murky by the day. For those closely following Telangana Assembly proceedings are familiar with the clash between Telangana Chief Minister K

  • 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 More...
  • Pawan's Gabbar Singh 2 in good hands?
    Power Star Pawan Kalyan has wrapped up shoot for his multi-starrer with Venkatesh titled Gopala Gopala. He will soon join the sets of Gabbar Singh 2 as all the hurdles including se More...
INDIA

Govt to unveil 2nd generation reforms in next Budget: FM.

New Delhi: Country needs a larger opening out in more sectors and a stable policy and tax regime, said the Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitely. Speaking at an interactive session at PTI headquarter

  • Huge arms recovered from ‘Godman’ den
  • Omar flays BJP over Art 370
  • 1 dead, 27 hurt in blast at a market in Assam
  • Catholics overjoyed over sainthood to 2 Keralites
WORLD

Washington: Pakistan has the fastest growing nuclear weapons programme in the world and by 2020 it could have enough fissile material to produce more than 200 nuclear devices, a top American think tan....

  • Boko Haram kills 48 in Nigeria
  • Bike squads kill 8 IS militants a day
  • 2 Keralites among 6 new Saints
  • Flooding fears mount in snowed-in area of New York
BUSINESS

Stocks of small, medium sized banks are likely to go up in medium term Driven by banking sector stocks, especially after the news of a merger between Kotak Mahindra Bank and ING Vysya Bank, the 30-....

  • FDI dips 16% to $2.45 billion in Septembe
  • Yahoo acquires photo app-maker company Cooliris
  • Gold for December delivery climbed to settle at USD
  • Yamaha Motor Chennai plant to go on stream soon
Cities

Govt to unveil 2nd generation reforms in next Budget: FM

New Delhi: Country needs a larger opening out in more sectors and a stable policy and tax regime, said the Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitely. Speaking at an interactive sessio

  • Indian scientists show how to boost yields
  • Delivering food anywhere in city @ 99
  • Children in their own right
  • India Bullet train ready to roll
Hyderabad Hans

In his latest show ‘Venice in Hyderabad’, Surya Prakash has moved away from painting his signature nature to depicting Venice scapes  Venice, the beautiful city in Italy, has always ....

  • From simple saas to chic MILs!
  • The week that wasn’t in B town
  • co-working Catching up
  • Fans get up, close and personal with Naga Chaitanya
Crime

Directive by Minister for Major Irrigation Harish Rao to officials to end smuggling fails to show any results Turnover of sand smuggling is estimated to be Rs 10 cr a month Nizamabad: Ni....

  • One killed, two hurt as car rams into bike
  • Few sympathise with rape victims
  • Obulesh in remand till December 5th
  • Housewife hangs self over dowry
SPORTS

Team is ready to take on Johnson.

Adelaide: Talking tough ahead of the of the Test series against Australia, stand-in-skipper Virat Kohli said that  the team is in the right frame of mind and totally equipped to handle the danger

  • King Carl it is!
  • Dravid’s mantra for Down Under success
  • Kidambi Srikanth comes up short vs Long
  • ISL: Goa register comfortable victory over Pune
EDITOR'S CHOICE

With growth in the world economy, the demand for energy and transportation has been increasing. The BRICS nations have been growing and China and India today are consuming higher levels of fuel to sus....

  • Modi euphoria continues
  • Early warning may not save lives during earthquakes
  • Indian helping to light up Gambia
  • Narinder Batra: Man in a tearing hurry
TECHNOLOGY

Wellington:  A report has said that Mozilla is replacing Google as the default search engine with Yahoo for users in the United States.       In a statement issued on Wednesd....

  • Beware! E-cigarettes can give your PC malware
  • Facebook 'newspaper' spells trouble for media
  • Washington Post unveils free app for Kindle
  • Microsoft Lumia 535 to be launched on Nov 26
NRI

Washington:  A key Congressional committee has confirmed the nomination of an Indian-American counsel to the key post of US district court judge for Washington, DC.   India-born Amit Pri....

  • Modi’s diaspora connect
  • Indian worker's dead body from Saudi yet to arrive
  • Indian in UAE molests girl, jailed
  • NRI legendary hotel doorman in Colombo dies
EDUCTION/CAREER

Bring back exams,more weight on learning.

The Rajasthan government is planning two significant amendments to the Right to Education (RTE) Act: reintroducing exams in at least three classes from Class I to 8, and giving more weightage to &ldqu

  • To get hired, tone down political references on CV
  • Opportunities galore for food processing technology gradua...
  • 401 scholarships for Indian students this year: British Co...
  • British supersonic car to inspire Indian youth for scienti...
LIFE STYLE

Washington:  A new study had claimed that if you want to stay young, running might be the best way to do it.       The research by the University of Colorado Boulder and Humb....

  • Running Helps you Stay Young
  • Acupressure can help get relief from constipation
  • Autumn attires to spruce up your wardrobe
  • Grocery shopping tips
PARENTING/KIDS

Washington: Efforts to utilise music and games to help pre-schoolers learn self-regulation skills could help prepare at-risk children for kindergarten education, a new study says.     &....

  • Cut your kids' food to make them behave better
  • Meet the 'normal Barbie'
  • Family Happiness
  • Never Share Your bed with your Baby
TRAVEL

7 days in the essence of incredible India.

Odisha is a place where one finds an astute amalgamation of spirituality,  religion, culture, art and nature Orissa has never been a popular tourist destination but I decided to give it a try. &

  • 3 Indian cities that offer best hotel services
  • British couple fined for giving hotel bad review on Trip A
  • Trip to Hungary
  • Hyderabad to host travel mart from Nov 28
FOOD

Good News for all blood Pressure people.In order to control your Health means you need to taste this food.Here is the recipe where you can eat happily as well as you can stay healthy.The whole wheat c....

  • Cookies with a unique taste
  • How to hold your pizza slice
  • Hyderabad special: Osmania biscuits after Biryani, haleem
  • Heavy Junk food can lead to memory loss
RELATIONSHIP

What can be the best way to defuse a fight or a conflict? Sex. Yes, you read it right.Learn the art from bonobos, a species of dwarf chimpanzee. Rather than allowing a fight to escalate, they employ s....

  • Stagnant relationships kill pleasant memories
  • Wait for sex and enjoy a happy married life
  • Decision to breakup harder for men
  • Hyderabad has a fetish for handcuffs: Survey
ENVIRONMENT

Organic food lovers favour home gardens.

Organic food has become the new mantra for diet-conscious people. But organic food grown without using any chemical fertilisers cost more. Hence many diet-conscious people have adopted the ‘Grow

  • A green solution for public urination
  • Leopards in human areas not conflict animals
  • TS to exploit solar energy for agriculture operations
  • Tackling ordeals faced by avian species
AUTO

Car cleaning doesn’t necessarily mean sending your ride to a service centre where the cleaning services cost a fortune. Maintaining the exterior paint of your c....

  • Mahindra unveils new three-wheelers
  • Rolls-Royce gets $5b Delta order
  • Deadly air bag in vehicles: Takata moves quick
  • Maruti looks to export new Alto K10 from December
HEALTH

Mali has recorded a new case of Ebola in the capital Bamako after the friend of a nurse who died of the haemorrhagic fever earlier this month tested positive for the disease, health and medical offici....

  • Acupressure can help get relief from constipation
  • Now, ultrasound can penetrate bones, metals
  • Surgical alteration: a western fad
  • New factor in liver cancer progression discovered
HANS/EDITORIAL

Freeing the caged parrot.

What is it about the CBI that it has always been in the limelight? That, too, for all wrong reasons, earning it the nickname Central Bureau of Corruption, Connivance and Convenience. With the devil ta...

  • Pawar’s power politics
  • A status quo country
  • India’s challenges & threats
  • Oppn walks into govt trap
POLLS

NTR name for RGIA justified?