THURSDAY, MARCH 05, 2015. HYDERABAD, INDIA

Andhra Pradesh View All
50% of Class V students can’t read Class II Telugu books ...
Vijayawada: The rapid decline in educational standards in both government schools and private institutions has become a matter of serious concern. According to
AUCET notification issued
Visakhapatnam: The Directorate of Admissions, Andhra University, released the notification for AUCET-2015 here on Wednesday.The courses offered, fee structure a
Congress MLC Kantheti joins BJP
New Delhi: Congress MLC from Andhra Pradesh Kantheti Satyanarayana Raju joined the BJP in the presence of the party president Amit Shah in the national capital.

Telangana View All
TPCC unveils promise tracker
Move to slam KCR for failing to implement poll-eve promises Hyderabad: Alleging that the TRS government had implemented only three of its poll-eve promises ful
Is TRS closer to BJP or MIM: CPM
Hyderabad: The four-day State conference of CPI (M) ended here on Wednesday with a poser to the Telangana government. Party State Secretary Tammineni Veerabhadr
A man who lived by his principles
Paruchuri Hanumantha Rao, founder of Pragati Offset Printers, was very  popular in the artistic circles of both the Telugu-speaking States Hyderabad: Till the
POLLS

Can Pawan Kalyan convince AP farmers to part with their lands?

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Mardani fame Rani Mukherjee bags Women safety award

Bollywood actress Rani Mukerjee was conferred the National Award for highlighting women's safety and creating awareness about child-trafficking, through her Bollywood movie "M

NON STOP

Left will continue to fight against anti-people policies of Centre, State

Khammam: The Left parties would continue to wage struggle against the policies of the NDA government at the Centre and the TRS government in the State. The Left had suffered drubbi

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    Chief Secretary Dr Rajiv Sharma conducted a Special Task Force (STF) meeting on Tuesday and reviewed the progress of the Hyderabad Metro Rail project.  HMR MD NVS Reddy inform More...
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    Navin Mittal, Returning Officer for the MLC elections for graduate constituency of Hyderabad, Ranga Reddy and Mahabub Nagar, held a meeting with nodal officers on Tuesday to discus More...
WEB EXCLUSIVE

Is TRS closer to BJP or MIM: CPM

Hyderabad: The four-day State conference of CPI (M) ended here on Wednesday with a poser to the Telangana government. Party State Secretary Tammineni Veerabhadram demanded that the

  • RBI rate cut, Loans to turn cheaper
    Mumbai: Here is good news for all those who want to avail of loans for buying new houses, cars and consumer goods. With Reserve Bank of India reducing the short term lending (repo) More...
  • Engg graduates eligible for B.Ed courses
    Hyderabad: Engineering graduates who wish to purse Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) course have a reason to rejoice. The National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) has relaxed the n More...
Ap Capital

ICFAI unveils prospectus for degree courses

ICFAI University, Hyderabad, launched its under graduate programme prospectus for the academic year 2015-16 on Tuesday. Industrialist Muthavarapu Murali Krishna released it. The university announced B...

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  • Only 25% students opt for higher edn in India
  • Complicated heart surgery saves youth’s life
  • Andhra Pradesh ranks second in Racquetball Championship
Hyderabad Hans

Constitution of India under Article 15(3), states that it allows positive discrimination in favour of women and children. Nothing in this article shall prevent the State from making any special provis....

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  • Seven spider venom compounds can relieve chronic pain
  • Scientists create cartilage from stem cells
  • Slam books: Recalling the good old days
Cities

Dec 16 rapist interview telecast stopped: Home minister

Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Wednesday said the government had taken necessary steps to stop the telecast of a documentary based on an interview with a convict in the December 16

  • Essential to debate sick mindset of rapists, says Kiran Be...
  • Kejriwal offers to quit as AAP convenor
  • PM Modi's merchandise hits market ahead of Holi
  • AAP meet today to decide on Yogendra Yadav, Prashant Bhush...
INDIA

Insurance Bill passed in LS

New Delhi: The Lok Sabha on Wednesday passed the Insurance Sector Amendment Bill, which seeks to hike the foreign equity cap on domestic companies from 26 percent to 49 percent, despite opposition pro

  • Cabinet paves way for expanding Swacch Bharat Kosh
  • RBI rate cut, Loans to turn cheaper
  • Bhushan, Yadav out of top AAP panel
  • Life threat to Anna Hazare for protesting anti farmer prov
WORLD

Washington: Now that NASA scientists have reproduced uracil, cytosine, and thymine, three key components of our hereditary material, in the laboratory, the question is how would it help the mankind or....

  • Sri Lanka's growth favorable but needs fiscal consolidati...
  • Innternational flights suspended at Nepalese airport
  • World's oldest living person hopes for long life post 117
  • Most women in emerging economies don't have a mobile phon...
BUSINESS

Mumbai: Here is good news for all those who want to avail of loans for buying new houses, cars and consumer goods. With Reserve Bank of India reducing the short term lending (repo) rates by 25 basis p....

  • 46 infrastructure projects in 33 cities underway: Venkaiah
  • India's spectrum auction elicits Rs.60,000 crore in six ro...
  • World's most expensive country is Singapore: Economist Int...
  • Apple not harassing workers at Chinese factories
SPORTS

Saina, Jwala-Ashwini through, Srikanth, Kashyap lose in All England

Birmingham: Saina Nehwal and women's doubles pair of Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponnappa entered the second round, while male shuttlers Kidambi Srikanth and Parupalli Kashyap lost in the opening round o

  • Fernando Alonso to give F1 season opening Australian GP a ...
  • WTA rankings: Serena Williams on top
  • Brian Lara on Pakistan's chances in Cricket World Cup
  • Kohli losses cool over Article on Anushka
NEWS ANALYSIS

But, bovine slaughter growing in the country As controversy flares over a ban in not just slaughter but possession of beef–punishable with a jail term of up to five years–in Maharashtra....

  • GDP: More puzzles, more confusion
  • Budget fails to cheer scientists
  • EMIs may begin to fall soon
  • Is Telangana a rich State?
TECHNOLOGY

New York: Facebook has developed a simple test that can help determine the intelligence level of artificial intelligence software. The test, developed by researchers at Facebook's Artificial Intellig....

  • Twitter helps smokers kick the butt
  • This Android keyboard supports 36 Indian languages
  • HyperX FURY DDR4 Memory with High-capacity Predator DDR4 K...
  • Oral swab samples can be game changer for TB control
NRI

A one-year-old Indian toddler died on board a Gulf Air flight that was on its way from Kochi to Bahrain's capital Manama, forcing the aircraft to make an emergency landing at Abu Dhabi International ....

  • Indian jailed for molesting housewife
  • Indian in Singapore beats man to death, jailed
  • Sikh shopkeeper contesting British polls
  • Warren Buffet: No horse race between Ajit Jain, Greg
EDUCATION/CAREER

Engg graduates eligible for B.Ed courses

Hyderabad: Engineering graduates who wish to purse Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) course have a reason to rejoice. The National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) has relaxed the norms and allowed Eng

  • Oh my word Stationary, Stationery
  • 18 central varsities introduce choice based credit system
  • ICSI sees sharp rise in demand for Company Secretaries
  • Skill development programmes fare poorly in India: WB
LIFESTYLE

The most colorful and fun festival of India, Holi is right around the corner. Aptly described as a carnival of colors, this festival involves drenching everyone in colored powder, paste and water. How....

  • Shun anxiety and enjoy life to its fullest
  • Tips to protect your hair from Holi colours
  • Rosie Huntington-Whiteley's privileged bubble
  • Home remedies to fight pimples, acne
PARENTING/KIDS

Story of Wolf and the lamb Long ago, there lived a wolf in a dense forest. The forest was surrounded by hills and gorges. A small river flowed through it. Once, a wolf was drinking water at the ....

  • Air pollution can hamper your kids memory
  • Kids get addicted to sugary drinks post parent's divorce
  • Kids genetically like dad although they behave like mom
  • Tintin collectibles set to be auctioned in Paris
TRAVEL

Amarnath Yatra: Dos and Don'ts for travellers

The registration for the Hindu pilgrimage tour Amarnath Yatra has began. Here are a few Dos and Don'ts prescribed for Yatris undertaking the journey. Dos for the Yatris   ·   &n

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  • Up in the air, underground - surprise yourself in New Zeal
FOOD

Indian food, with its hodgepodge of ingredients and intoxicating aromas, is coveted around the world. The labor-intensive cuisine and its mix of spices is more often than not a revelation for those wh....

  • Restaurant Review: Charcoal Hyderabad
  • Forgotten joys of homemade gujiyas, mathhi
  • Savour homemade delights on Holi
  • Restaurant Review: Reshmi's in Hyderabad
RELATIONSHIP

A new study has provided a deeper insight into how brain is involved in wanting, having and inhibiting sex.   The review looked at how the brain impacts the sequence of physical and emotional c....

  • Is she the one? Shake hands to know
  • If you're 30 plus and dating, Tinder will charge you doub...
  • Fight with your partner often? Blame it on sleeplessness
  • Average size of erect penis revealed
ENVIRONMENT

Clear litter on Mount Everest: Nepal to trekkers

Six decades after the first conquest of the world's highest peak, tons of rubbish and human waste abandoned by hundreds of Mount Everest climbers is starting to raise a stink.     Nepa

  • Over 700 starving Koalas killed in Australia
  • Human poo on Everest may spread diseases on world's highe...
  • University of Hyderabad: Home to exotic species
  • Conservation of water
AUTO

Geneva:  Aston Martin on Tuesday announced plans for a luxury crossover SUV that may draw more heavily on its partnership with Daimler, as the B....

  • BMW is the luxury mobility partner of Delhi airport
  • Tata Hexa concept revealed
  • Ola counters Uber with TaxiForSure
  • Mercedes-AMG C63 S to hit India this year
HEALTH

DUBAI: The United Arab Emirates (UAE) Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Abu Dhabi warned its citizens against travelling to India due to the spread of swine flu.Out of the 9 million residents in the UAE,....

  • Why medication fails to address mood disorders
  • Air pollution can hamper your kids memory
  • Your essential Arthritis morning routine
  • High-salt diet may boost immune response
Opinion

Clash of ideologues

Power corrupts, they say. Barely a few weeks in power in Delhi, serious fissures have surfaced in Aam Aadmi Party (AAP). Although power sharing may not be the entire reason behind them, it is certainl...

  • Political diplomacy
  • Tough task ahead
  • Reviving Growth
  • Fundamental Rights And Restrictions
Crime

Tadipatri (Anantapur): The police on Wednesday arrested two chain-snatchers who committed 15 offences in the town and on the outskirts and recovered 16 gold chains weighing 42.5 tolas worth Rs 12 lakh....

  • Hyderabad Techie on bench jumps before running train over ...
  • Traffic Police in Bengaluru assaults ex-serviceman, suspen...
  • Nibhaya rape convict interview in BBC irks India
  • KBC conmen dupe techies in Hyderabad