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Biogas plants catching up in EG
Kakinada: The biogas as substitute for LPG has picked up momentum in East Godavari, particularly in rural areas. It has become popular across the district. Peop
Cong to mount pressure on Centre
To take up a massive signature campaign from Feb 6 Vijayawada: The Andhra Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) has decided to launch an agitation across the State
Banker given time to upload details till Feb 7 for Farm loan waiver...
Govt decides to set up six bio-fertiliser plants Hyderabad: Andhra Pradesh Agriculture Minister Prathipati Pulla Rao on Saturday said the State government had
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Woman drops plan to join ISIS; returns to Hyd from Turkey...
Hyderabad:  Wanting to join the terror group Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), a 19-year-old woman from the city who was residing in Qatar had flown to Tu
KCR Wants New Secretariat Worth Rs. 150 Crore, to Fix 'Bad Vaastu'...
Hyderabad:  Telangana chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao has openly declared that he plans to build a new secretariat at a cost of Rs. 150 crore because the "va
SCCL approves Jaipur Power Plant-II
Hyderabad: The Singareni Collieries Company Limited (SCCL) management on Saturday has approved the detailed project report (DPR) for setting up of 600 MW power

Swine Flu: Are AP, Telangana governments doing enough?


India's first double hand transplant successful

Kochi:  Doctors at a private hospital here in Kerala have registered a rare feat of conducting India's first successful double hand transplant.     The transpla

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    Hyderabad: Due to Maintenance works on Manjeera Water Supply Scheme Phase-II 1500 mm dia PSC Pumping main from Kalabgoor to Hydernagar from 6 am till 6 pm on Monday, there will be More...
  • SET 2014 hall tickets from Feb 2
    Hyderabad: The candidates who have applied SET-TS and AP-2014 examination scheduled for February 15 can download their hall tickets from the SET website i.e; or www More...

Restrictions on visitors must

Hyderabad: Among the facilities lacking in controlling epidemics like swine flu, there is no separate isolation ward in a few hospitals. Some of the swine flu cases are kept along

  • What's common to YS Jagan and Pawan Kalyan?
    YS Jagan, the chief of YSR Congress Party is at it again-training his guns at the TDP government led by Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu.   He is on a two-d More...
  • 55 more child labourers rescued
    Hyderabad: A day after rescuing around 100 children belonging to Bihar who were working as bonded labourers in bangle factories here, city police on Friday rescued another 55 kids More...

all party meet on NS waters demanded

Hyderabad: Congress MLC Ponguleti Sudhakar Reddy on Saturday demanded the Telangana government to convene an all-party meeting to discuss the sharing of water from the Nagarjunasag

  • Clean Hussainsagar Lake this summer, says KCR
    Hyderabad: Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao has directed officials to prepare proposals for cleaning the heavily polluted Hussain Sagar lake this summer. He even told t More...
  • Manda Krishna blames KCR
    MRPS chief plans siege to CM’s residence on April 4 Warangal: MRPS leader Manda Krishna Madiga demanded that Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao to take responsibility for t More...
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400 take ill due to food poisoning

Vijayawada: As many as 400 people took ill on Saturday due to food poisoning at Kolavennu village in Krishna district. Those, who fell ill, ate food at a wedding reception in the village. According to...

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Hyderabad Hans

The 46th annual celebrations of Sri Rama Gana Sabha (SRGS) titled Sri Saduguru Thyagaraja Aradhanotsavalu started on Friday at New Nallakunta Sri Ramalayam with the tradition recital of Nadaswaram. Th....

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  • Farmers urged to save water bodies
  • Total 1,321 Narayana students win gold medals
  • No water supply tomorrow

BJP could have asked the 5 questions at public forum: AAP

New Delhi: AAP on Saturday said the party would not respond to BJP's five questions as it had already challenged the saffron party's chief ministerial candidate Kiran Bedi for an o

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India's first double hand transplant successful

Kochi:  Doctors at a private hospital here in Kerala have registered a rare feat of conducting India's first successful double hand transplant.     The transplant was conducted at

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Lagos:  Nigerian troops claimed Saturday to have recaptured territories in northeastern Nigeria from Boko Haram insurgents, according to a Xinhua report.     The security forces sa....

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  • Sushma Swaraj arrives in Beijing on four-day visit
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Mumbai:  Major Indian equities indices ended flat in the weekly trade which closed Jan 30, as sentiments were bearish on sector specific movements based on related earnings.     Ac....

  • Sensex, Nifty end in red after hitting all-time high
  • Gold, silver recoups on fresh demand, global cues
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Serena Williams Beats Maria Sharapova In Australian Open Final

American star Serena Williams held off a determined Maria Sharapova of Russia to win her sixth Australian Open title and the 19th Grand Slam title of her career, separating herself from Chris Evert an

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On the flat, dry tracks of the subcontinent, India were unbeatable in 2011 but on the bouncy, seaming tracks in Australia and New Zealand they will have to make huge technical adjustments if they have....

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Google Now, Google’s service focused on bringing you real-time information to your mobile device – including things like traffic updates, scores, stock changes, travel times, your flight s....

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Hindus have commended Indonesia for reported plans to renovate its unique and fascinating 15th century Sukuh Hindu Temple in Central Java.   Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, in a statement in Nevada ....

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  • No mechanism to diagnose cancer in rural areas
  • Malaysian court: Ethnic Indian killed in police cust
  • Indian-Origin Anesthesiologist Faces Lawsuit in Joan...

SET 2014 hall tickets from Feb 2

Hyderabad: The candidates who have applied SET-TS and AP-2014 examination scheduled for February 15 can download their hall tickets from the SET website i.e; or from

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Washington:  A new study has recently revealed that culture has a huge impact on creativity.     The research from Concordia University showed that those from individualist societi....

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  • For Valentine's Day, love skin, hair first
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Children who spend too much on the internet, mobiles and video games are likely to perform poorly in schools, new research has found. The researchers, however, noted that not using a computer at all c....

  • Playing video games linked to school failure
  • Babies Brains Work Even While Sleeping
  • Blocks and puzzles do increase spatial skills in kids
  • Nutella a forbidden name for French parents

Best countries with free wi-fi

A group that collects hotel Wi-Fi data around the world has come up with a ranking of the countries that offer the most reliable, high-speed connectivity and the cities where you’re most likely

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How To Make Besan Ka Cheela: Recipe Of The Day Ingredients 2 cups - Besan 3tbsp - Corn flour 1 - Large onion (finely chopped) 3 - Green chillies (finely chopped) 1 -Tomato (deseeded and choppe....

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Washington:  A new study has found that people aged over 70 too enjoy an active life.     According to new research from The University of Manchester and NatCen Social Research, mo....

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Mega Green Run on Feb 22 at People’s Plaza, Hyderabad with 15K participants

Mr. Ravadi Kantha Rao, Secretary, P3PA and Mr. Anil Reddy Vennam, Senior Vice President, FTAPCCI jointly announced the Mega Green Run HarithOn on February 22, 2014. They said that the fifth edition of

  • Rubber check dams suggested to conserve Yamuna water
  • Whales can hear through their bones
  • Rosaiah for bio-heritage sites
  • Telangana Pollution Control Board goes solar

Maruti Suzuki launched Swift Windsong, a limited edition of the popular Swift hatchback. The special edition, which is targeted at music lovers, is available with die....

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  • Maruti Suzuki to launch Swift Diesel AMT, DZire facelift
  • Spied: India-bound TVS-BMW 300cc motorcycle testing
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Hypertension or high blood pressure is a chronic medical condition which increases the risk of developing many health related problems including heart disease, stroke and kidney diseases. Lifestyle pl....

  • Scientists identify biological clock to predict longivity
  • Biomaterial coating holds promise for medical implants
  • Litchi causing mystery epidemic in India
  • Cut Food Intake May Protect Against Cerebral Malaria

Interview of the Week

Ensuring Question Hour strictly Former president of TNGOs and a prominent leader of the pro-Telangana movement, K Swamy Goud,  played a crucial role in mobilising employees in support of the sep...

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New York:  A New York City man is facing animal cruelty charges after police say neighbours witnessed him beat his puppy and bury the dog alive in a snowbank.       The Daily N....

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  • Three-year-old raped in Bihar, one arrested