SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 2014. HYDERABAD, INDIA
Andhra Pradesh View All
Tributes paid to Dronamraju
Visakhapatnam: Rich tributes were paid to Dronamraju Satyanarayana, former Parliamentarian (popularly known as ‘Uttarandhra Tiger’) and Congress loyalist, on th
Agency areas in freezing cold
Visakhapatnam: The district, particularly the Agency areas, experienced a sudden change in climate with the drop in temperature since Thursday night. People in
First phase of DSNLU building by December next, says VC
First convocation held;  Bayola Kiran wins 7 gold medals Visakhapatnam: The first phase of construction of the Damodaram Sanjivayya National Law University (
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Strengthen security at banks: SP to bankers
Bankers responsible for the cash and property deposited with them Warangal: Bankers should focus on strengthening security at their premises to keep a check
KU exam branch staff stir enters second day
Demand clearance of pending extra duty remuneration Warangal: The employees of Kakatiya University examination branch continued their protest on Friday dema
Khammam dist will become a power hub for TS: Tummala
R&B Minister on bike tour in Khammam city Tells officials to make the district role model in welfare schemes implementation Khammam: Minister for
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