WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 2014. HYDERABAD, INDIA
Andhra Pradesh View All
Tirumala bans activities of other religions
Tirumala: ASP Swamy warned that severe actions will be taken against the people who are daring for the pagan campaigns in Tirupathi. While addressing the media, he said that they h
Chandrababu, Modi on corporate contract
Dharmavaram Urban:  CPM District coordinator Obullu alleged that both Modi and Chandrababu are corporate employees.  He participated in the handloom labor union’s 8th state meeting
Premium train between Secunderabad-Visakhapatnam
Hyderabad: Considering the overly packed train bogies, the south central railways decided to run an AC premium train between Secundrabad- Vishakhapatnam. The train will be running
Telangana View All
KTR announces Textile Park in Warangal
Hyderabad: IT and Panchayat Raj minister KTR announced that the government is considering the options to establish a textile plant in Warangal. While answering to the question aske
KCR keeps Telangana ministers guessing on schemes
Hyderabad: The TRS ministers are now facing somewhat surprising experience. They are soughing to differentiate between the Bangaru Talli scheme introduced by the previous Congress
NTR airport terminal issue rocks Rajya Sabha
New Delhi:  Renaming of the domestic airportat Hyderabad by removing late Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi's name on Tuesday drew loud protests in Rajya Sabha from Congress, which accus
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INDIA

Rahul addresses Election Rally in Kashmir .

In view of the ongoing assembly polls in the Jammu and Kashmir, Congress Vice President Rahul Ghandi addressed an election rally in North Kashmir’s Lolab valley today.      Whil

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WORLD

Kabul: A large explosion shook houses in Afghanistan's capital on Tuesday, a Reuters witness said, but it was so far unclear what had caused the blast and whether there were any casualties.   ....

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BUSINESS

The health ministry has accepted the recommendation of an internal panel to ban the sale of single cigarettes, Health Minister J.P. Nadda said in a statement in the upper house on Tuesday.   Th....

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Cities

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

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Hyderabad Hans

The Global Terrorism Index 2014, prepared by the Institute for Economics and Peace, is out. The 2014 report states that there were nearly 10,000 terrorist attacks in 2013, 44 per cent more than the ye....

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Crime

Vijayawada: The parents filed a complaint with the Bhavanipuram police about the disappearance of a student Krishna Vamsi. The complaint stated that the boy went missing near the Pathabasthi Sitara ap....

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  • Telangana farmer commits suicide over debt
  • Maulana Azad Urdu varsity staff morphs KCR pic
  • Rampal ashram had bulletproof jackets, arms!
SPORTS

Phil Hughes in ICU post emergency surgery.

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EDITOR'S CHOICE

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TECHNOLOGY

Researchers are now close to finding how software-defined cellular networking might be used to give smartphone users the next generation of super-superfast broadband - 5G. A collaboration between NEC ....

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NRI

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EDUCTION/CAREER

55% employees face bullying at workplace: Survey.

New Delhi: A large number of employees have been bullied at their workplace, with most of them facing false accusations and constant criticism by bosses or colleagues, says a survey.   Accordin

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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....

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PARENTING/KIDS

Albatrosses are the largest flying sea-birds which belong to the family Diomedeidae. They are more spectacular gliders, in a windy weather they can stay aloft for hours without flapping their wings. G....

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TRAVEL

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FOOD

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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....

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ENVIRONMENT

Green reforms: Rajasthan takes lead .

The reformist government that many Indians and free-market flag-bearers had hoped would emerge after this year's election isn't in New Delhi - at least not yet. It's a dusty day's drive to the sou

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AUTO

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....

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HEALTH

The health ministry has accepted the recommendation of an internal panel to ban the sale of single cigarettes, Health Minister J.P. Nadda said in a statement in the upper house on Tuesday.   Th....

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