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Engineers told to maintain quality
Kakinada: Knowledge has no boundaries and knowledge of one engineering branch that could be applied in another branch like the principles of fluid mechanics hav
AP SEZs most suitable for industries: VSEZ chief
Visakhapatnam: Special Economic Zones in Andhra Pradesh were suitable for all products and the investors could make use of the facilities now available with mod
Tomato farmers seek permanent solutions
Madanapalle (Chittoor): “There is a dire need to find out a permanent solution to the problems being faced by the farmers who cultivate tomatoes,” said District
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BJP relying on Cong initiatives: DCC chief
Warangal: The BJP which had criticised the UPA government’s decision on making Aadhaar card mandatory for availing subsidy on LPG cylinders was now implementing
Godavari Pushkaralu: Officials told to make elaborate arrangements...
Warangal: District Collector G Kishan has directed officials to make elaborate arrangements for the ensuing Godavari Pushkaralu on the banks of River Godavari i
Warangal included in HRIDAY scheme
Collector says city will become tourist destination Reviews arrangements for Kakatiya festival in January Warangal: Warangal city has been include

Pakistan soft policy on terror claiming innocent lives


Aamir Khan's PK review

The much awaited Hindi flick Aamir Khan's PK Movie that created a big controversy when the first look poster went viral, hit theatres today. Before we tell you more about the fi


Two bedroom house scheme to be delayed

Hyderabad: Housing Minister Indrakaran Reddy on Thursday stated that the flagship ‘Two bedroom houses for poor’ scheme would commence only after the completion of 8.2 l

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    Hyderabad: Andhra Pradesh education Minister Ganta Srinivasa Rao announced that the vacant posts in the universities will be filled up soon. The carried that the fulfillment of the More...
  • Hyderabad: Charminar to get facelift
    Hyderabad: The Charminar of Hyderabad is currently undergoing surgery. The Archeological department is getting ready to bring back the glory of Charminar on the occasion of its com More...

Mega solar projects in the offing

Guntur: Several mega solar projects are to be launched shortly in the privileged capital district. National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) is evincing interest in setting up a 30

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Vijayawada to be country’s fish capital

Centre, State to promote Tilapia fish Vijayawada: The State and the Central governments have started initiatives to make Vijayawada the country’s fish capital in future. The Marine Products Exp...

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  • Focus on weeding out encroachments to beautify city
  • GMC’s new mantra! Solar Powered Pumps
  • Artistes solicit auditorium a la Ravindra Bharathi
Hyderabad Hans

London: The European Space Agency’s orbiting Rosetta spacecraft is expected to come within six kilometre of the surface of comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko in February next year. The flyby will b....

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  • Another outstanding scientific feat by ISRO

Engineers told to maintain quality

Kakinada: Knowledge has no boundaries and knowledge of one engineering branch that could be applied in another branch like the principles of fluid mechanics have been applied to th

  • AP SEZs most suitable for industries: VSEZ chief
  • Jayalalithaas bail extended by SC
  • Telugu Talli statue procession
  • AP Maritime Policy in a month: Naidu

Bleak future for TN bigwigs

The year 2014 could be described as one of rapid change for Tamil Nadu - most of it owing to court decisions - with political big-wigs staring at uncertainty. The state saw the exit of J Jayalalith

  • Sonia hospitalised
  • ISRO paves way for manned space flight
  • Jayalalithaas bail extended by SC
  • Felling of trees leaves Himachal's 'green' CM wilted

The simultaneous announcement that the United States and Cuba are restoring full diplomatic ties after 53 years is as historic as it can be. Both the neighbours have welcomed the news cheerfully. The ....

  • How Peshawar rescuers braved bullets for call of duty
  • 26/11 key accused Lakhvi gets bail in Pakistan
  • Sydney siege: Hostage reveals drama
  • UK’s first female bishop leads peace prayer

Mumbai: A benchmark index of Indian equities markets Thursday surged 308.56 points or 1.16 percent as consumer durables stocks gained.   All the sectors were trading in green and the rally was ....

  • Alibaba founder biggest winner in 2014
  • McDonalds Shrinking Menu
  • Tata Steel resumes iron mines amid scarcity
  • BMW releasing cars that can be parked using smartwatches

Indian tennis in 2014: Sania dazzled, men fumbled

Hyderabad: Sania Mirza grabbed her third mixed doubles Grand Slam title and wrapped up her dream season with the year-end finale trophy even as India's established male tennis players found the going

  • India's unsung heroes: Blind cricketers do us proud
  • Pedro leads Barcelona goal fest
  • Saina conquers her nemesis
  • Spot-fixing: SC reserves verdict

Fourteen-year-old Piari Purti from Gaddara village in Jharkhand began working as a farm labourer when she was just eight to nine years old. She used to get 60 rupees a day. When she attained 11 years ....

  • Glory of space India
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  • Religious conversion, missionaries and their ‘holy’ mi...
  • Inculcating energy-saving culture in society

New York: Facebook has now started improving the contrast and lighting of all images uploaded by the users. The update, which has started on Apple's iOS devices, will soon be added to the android Fac....

  • Smart jeans block wireless signals
  • BlackBerry returns to its roots, woos keyboard loyalists
  • Datawind breaks new price barriers
  • Financial companies careless about IT threats

Vadodara: Kerala's nearly Rs 90,000 crore of NRI deposits, which is highest in the country, pales into oblivion when compared to the over Rs 1,000 crore that the members of this sleepy Dharmaj villag....

  • He made the city proud in US
  • Kerala nurses in Libya to return
  • Kerala nurses to join Kuwait hospitals
  • Indian-American doctor Vivek Murthy creates history

Introvert employees shape career graph of colleagues

New York: In workplaces that rely on peer-to-peer evaluation to award raises, bonuses or promotions, keeping introverted employees in good humour may help as they are biased against extroverted co-wor

  • Ananda calls to work for women empowerment
  • Entry level professionals lack soft skills to succeed
  • Oxford is better than Cambridge
  • Indians now to sit for US CPA Exam in Middle East

Ritu Beri, often called India's 'Fashion Queen', has completed 25 years in the fashion industry. The designer says her life has been a "fairytale" and beyond her dreams and now she is kee....

  • Another salon outlet for beautiful tresses
  • Westside opens store in Kukatpally
  • Best Work-Life Balance in Denmark
  • Culture word of the year: Merriam-Webster

New York: Researchers have found that children from poor socio-economic backgrounds, who regularly attended music classes show larger improvements in how the brain processes speech and reading scores.....

  • E-cigarettes exposing rising number of kids to nicotine
  • Unhealthy environment tunes kids' genes for anti-social b...
  • Set rules for kids to make them behave better
  • Kids must undergo vision health screening regularly

Best Work-Life Balance in Denmark

According to a report by Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development or OECD Denmark is the country with the best work-life balance. Apparently  India does not come under the 34 memb

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  • Las Vegas Gears Up for New Year
  • Asia Cruise Fund welcomes Hainan, Philippines
  • Keylong in Himachal chills at -9.6 degrees

McDonald's had announced on cutting out certain hamburgers, snack wraps and premium chicken sandwiches from its menu after the company reported a 4.6% drop in its U.S. sales. Reports said, McDonal....

  • KFC to use Assam hot chillies Bhut Jolokia
  • McDonald's faces french fries shortage
  • Lose 10 pounds in less than a week, not entirely false
  • Kid's special: Bread Pizza recipe

London: Serve your husband some spicy food if you want some real action between the sheets tonight.     A French study has found that men who love to consume more spicy food have more t....

  • Gift your loved ones a 3D Christmas tree
  • How to rekindle romance in army couples
  • Indian women taking to wine in the right spirit
  • Porn addiction hampers male sexual performance

Ice Age thaw signalled 1,000 years earlier

London: The Atlantic Ocean at mid-depths may have given out early warning signals - 1,000 years in advance - that the last Ice Age was going to end, says a study. Scientists had earlier thought that a

  • Ancient earth may have fetched water from beneath
  • Hyderabad: Charminar to get facelift
  • Felling of trees leaves Himachal's 'green' CM wilted
  • Earth Made Its Own Water

The baby Jag is coming to India, albeit not till the second half of 2015. The A4, 3-series and C-Class rival will be the last to be launched. While the rest of the ca....

  • Hyundai & Harley clinch top titles at auto awards
  • Car prices set to climb
  • Hero MotoCorp to sell bikes online via Snapdeal
  • 20,752 units of Ford EcoSport recalled

The most common mistake people make is trying to do everything on their own. You aren’t a super human being and no matter how hard you try you will never be able to multi-task. Here are some tip....

  • A hug a day keeps the doctor away
  • Check your weight once a week to lose fat!
  • Migraine may double facial paralysis risk
  • Winter Allergens in the Air

Of protecting human rights

A week ago the Human Rights Day, December 10, was observed the world over, but sadly it failed to receive the attention it deserves in India. More so, for the past two-three decades there has been a v...

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  • Message from KCR
  • Aadhaar as an obstruction
  • Environmental dilemmas

Hyderabad: Thieves broke into the house of a retired MRO at Borabanda and decamped with about 16 tolas of gold and Rs 10,000 cash in the wee hours of Wednesday. According to SR Nagar police, Nirmala, ....

  • Two most wanted chain snatchers held, 6.3 kg gold recovere...
  • Pakistan playing hide and seek in terror
  • Taliban killed school kids to avenge Malala Nobel?
  • Tackling Global Terror