MONDAY, APRIL 20, 2015. HYDERABAD, INDIA

Andhra Pradesh View All
RTC unions worried over widening gap in salaries
Say strike inevitable if talks fail on April 22 Hyderabad: Widening gap in salaries between government employees and workers of undivided APSRTC is what making
1,000 cr expected from red sanders e-auction : Minister Gopalakrishna...
Tirupati: Minister for Environment and Forests Bojjala Gopalakrishna Reddy said that the State government will release the schedule for the second phase of glob
Probe into fund misuse in collectorate drags on
Kakinada: The enquiry over misappropriation funds in East Godavari collectorate to the tune of Rs 10 crore still incomplete after six years, despite the timefra

Telangana View All
TPCC heads in bind over role play
President Uttam, working president Bhatti are said to have no idea as to who should do what  Hyderabad: Even after a month of assuming office, the roles of the
Y S Sharmila to tour Karimnagar district
Karimnagar: YSR Congress party State president and MP Ponguleti Srinivas Reddy informed that party supremo YS Jaganmohan Reddy’s sister, Sharmila, would conduct
Fight with AP is not over: KCR
CM addresses folk artistes engaged for government programmes Hyderabad: Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao on Sunday stated that issues with Andhra P
POLLS

Can Rahul Gandhi regain faith in the party?

DON'T MISS

Pakistani Man Sets Wife on Fire for Leaving House Without Permission: Police

A man and his father have been arrested in Pakistan after they set his wife on fire for leaving the house without asking his permission, police has said.   Muhammad Siddiq

NON STOP

MAA president calls on Chiru

The newly elected Movie Artistes Association (MAA) president Rajendra Prasad called on actor-turned-politician Chiranjeevi at his residence on Saturday.  Though Chiru refused

WEB EXCLUSIVE

5 Cars that will bid farewell to the Indian market this year

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  • OU students discover new lizard species
    A new species of day-gecko, a type of lizard, has been discovered by researchers from Osmania University in the ruins of Hampi – a world heritage site in Karnataka. Till date More...
  • New fishes on Telanganas menu
    Gourmets who love fish will have wider choice of fish species in city markets soon. This is due to the Telangana Government’s new initiative on raising productivity in fresh More...
Ap Capital

Now fix appointments with city docs online

A portal, www.meedoctor.in, has developed by an enterprising techie Srikar Vadde to promote interaction between a patient and a doctor. The website was formally launched by Health Minister Kamineni Sr...

  • Career Guidance Fair inaugurated
  • Public offer solutions to traffic woes in city
  • Scholarships awarded to five PBSCAS students
  • KRU Vice Chancellor felicitated
Hyderabad Hans

Novotel Hyderabad Convention Centre on Saturday showcased ‘Colours of Novotel - An Evening With Artists’, an exhibition of works featuring euphoric collection of ethnic and contemporary ar....

  • Conversations with a rhyme of poets
  • SCB’s Tax Pariskaram Meet from April 20-30
  • Park Hyatt awarded Best Business Hotel for Women
  • Lakes of the city
Crime

Hyderabad: A 56-year-old watchman, who was accused of killing his wife, was arrested at Hashimabad Colony in Bandlagunda area, police said on Sunday. According to the Chandrayangutta police, Zakiya Be....

  • Man kills pregnant wife suspecting fidelity
  • Five red sanders smugglers nabbed
  • Minor boy found dead in UP
  • Woman shot dead by brother-in-law in UP
INDIA

Modi projects his govt as pro poor

New Delhi (PTI): On a day Congress held a rally to attack him, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday projected his government as pro-poor and pro-farmers and lashed out at "perverted" criti

  • Govt to table copy of land ordinance in LS today
  • Rahul trains kisan anger against Modi
  • Over 85K complaints on Delhi Traffic Police's WhatsApp
  • No going back on Jaitapur nuke power project: Fadnavis
WORLD

Rome: As many as 700 migrants are feared drowned  after their packed boat capsized off Libya in what is being described as the deadliest such disaster to date in the Mediterranean. The UN refugee....

  • Energy, infrastructure high on Xi's Pakistan visit
  • Pakistani Man Sets Wife on Fire for Leaving House Without ...
  • Pope Francis Urges World Action to Stop More Migrant Disas...
  • Death or prison: Jurors to seal Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsa...
BUSINESS

Surat: The crisis management team (CMT) of the Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) continued to battle on Sunday the blaze that broke out during repair operations at an onshore well in south Gujara....

  • China Cuts Bank Reserve Requirement to Counter Slowdown
  • Mangalore Chemicals Dubs Zuari's Offer Fair and Reasonable...
  • LIC Buys Rs 300-Crore Infosys Shares in Q4
  • Disappointed Over Non-Implementation of IMF Reforms: Jaitl...
SPORTS

Indian women finish 7th in Hawke's Bay Cup

New Delhi: The Indian women's hockey team beat Japan 3-2 to finish seventh in the Hawkes's Bay Cup in New Zealand.   India had also beaten Japan to win the bronze at the 2014 Asian Games. &n

  • Women of steel set to leave golden legacy
  • IPL: CSK choose to bat against Royals
  • Indian women finish seventh in Hawke's Bay Cup hockey
  • Rafael Nadal downplays clay chances against Novak Djokovic
NEWS ANALYSIS

A new study by the UK’s Overseas Development Institute (ODI) reports that the number of people globally living on less than $1.25 per day is likely to be far higher than the already staggering 1....

  • When people’s issues take a back seat
  • Retrograde motions of the State
  • A wonder that is Shakespeare
  • Ulterior motives of businessmen MPs
TECHNOLOGY

Net Metering is an electricity policy for utility customers who operate their own on-site "self-generation" power systems such as photovoltaic systems. PV systems are connected to the utilit....

  • Funny side up: Tech addicts have a new leader
  • Xiaomi Mi Note Black Edition Launched; Mi Note Pro Availab...
  • Five amazing iOS widgets that ensure you dont need to open...
  • Now fix appointments with city docs online
NRI

Both Nevada Senate and Assembly opened with Hindu invocations on April 17, containing verses from world’s oldest existing scripture. Hindu statesman Rajan Zed delivered the opening prayers fr....

  • Indian food banned at British city council fest
  • Indian evacuees from Yemen arriving in Kochi
  • Indian-origin researcher's interesting insight into ...
  • Narendra Modi at Laxmi Narayan temple in Vancouver
EDUCATION/CAREER

Delhi University Working on Policy for Transgender Admissions

After introducing the transgender option in the gender column of its admission forms, the Delhi University is now working to draw up the modalities for them to enroll at the varsity.   DU's

  • Woman director norms are for 'gender diversity': SEBI
  • City now offers a career in bartending
  • Filmmaking course by renowned filmmakers
  • Choice Based Credit System
LIFESTYLE

Natural oil, lemon and daily care can help bid adieu to dark knees and elbows, says an expert.  International beauty expert and executive director of Alps beauty Clinic Ishika Taneja shares ho....

  • Being fashionable may cause back pain
  • Self affirmations boost confidence and performance
  • Arty affair: The perfect Kopie
  • My space: Brighten up your home
PARENTING/KIDS

Children who are good at identifying what others want, think and feel are better at making and retaining friends than their peers who are not as socially adept, says a research.   "Our s....

  • The hans story time
  • Sexually abused kids suffer behavioural disorder
  • The hans story time
  • The perfect vacation
TRAVEL

Egypt seeks bigger share of India's tourist pie

Vegetarian food, attractive holiday packages and, above all, advertising the country through Bollywood and regional cinema are all part of an elaborate game plan chalked out by Egypt's tourism minist

  • Off the beaten track
  • Affordable luxury in Jaipur
  • Indian travellers can find cabs on ixigo.com
  • Gurgaon creates artificial sea waves to give beach experie
FOOD

Summers and Salads make for a great combo for everyone, and all the more for diet conscious ones who substitute their meals with salads. While there are varieties of salads to choose from, the vegetar....

  • Smart Carbs, Unsmart Carbs
  • On a spicy trail
  • New fishes on Telanganas menu
  • Bosnian chicken stew eyes Guinness World Record
RELATIONSHIP

Surviving without sex affects the health of even those females, who have acquired over the ages the rare ability to clone themselves and perpetuate offspring without males.   Evolution has en....

  • Women self-objectify more browsing Facebook, magazines tha...
  • Oxytocin makes dogs best companions for humans
  • Now, vibrating condom to ensure female orgasm
  • Making friends matters
ENVIRONMENT

US, China top dumping of electronic waste; little recycled

The United States and China contributed most to record mountains of electronic waste such as cellphones, hair dryers and fridges in 2014 and less than a sixth ended up recycled worldwide, a UN study s

  • Dutch citizens sue government over climate change
  • How to make trees grow bigger and quicker
  • Need to develop Green technologies on war footing
  • China weather grounds solar-powered plane
AUTO

In the process of evolution, it is mandatory that the older beings die and make way for the more evolved ones. While that has been the case for nature since i....

  • Yamaha Saluto launched, priced at Rs 52,000
  • Mercedes India offers cloud-based apps for cars with COMAN...
  • Husqvarna Vitpilen & Svartpilen to be made on Duke chassis
  • Yamaha launches 125cc motorcycle Saluto priced at Rs 52,00...
HEALTH

A new study has dished light on different methods on how one can tackle obesity after identifying six different models of obesity. The study conducted at University of Sheffield found out that current....

  • Brushing teeth regularly can save you from future heart at...
  • Smokers still think a few cigarettes are safe
  • Wellness mantra: Toxic thoughts kill your heart too!
  • Top foods to hydrate body in summer
Opinion

Not yet ripe

It is certainly an exciting dream to envision a situation wherein the world feels that holding rupees is as prudent as holding dollars. But this is still a pipe dream. Fiscal policies cannot be framed...

  • Tackling piracy
  • Hopes of new Parivar
  • Long haul for Hillary
  • Declassify Nejaji files
Spiritual

Happiness is the desire of most people.  But the number of folks who miss it is appalling. Instead of living in the sunshine of happiness, they are dwelling under the cloud of gloom.  The....

  • How to Deal with the Negative People in your Life
  • How to develop good PR skills
  • Paying attention to choice of words is key to success
  • Inspirational quotes on Love