TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 2015. HYDERABAD, INDIA

Andhra Pradesh View All
Neglect taints Vizag's historic structures
One night in Visakhapatnam makes a hard man humble. Made of equal parts in spirituality and nirvans, Vizag  continuous to hold tourists in thrall. An iconic tra
Stage set for son rise
Hyderabad: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister and TDP president N Chandrababu Naidu, who celebrated his 65th birthday on Monday, is making quick moves to elevate his
AP govt to submit report on 2nd postmortem of 6 victims ...
The two-judge bench of the High Court at Hyderabad hearing the case relating to the woodcutters encounter was informed by the Advocate General that the fresh re

Telangana View All
High court reprieve for Revanth Reddy in Nampally case
TDP firebrand Telangana MLA A Revanth Reddy got legal reprieve today with the High Court issuing a stay on the Nampally court procedures in the case against him
Telangana MLAs termed as progressive farmers for their visit to Israel...
Telangana state witnessed extensive crop damage due to unseasonal rains and the farmers are yet to reel from severe damage to standing crops. The Telangana gove
KTR: No need for working president in TRS
IT Minister K Taraka Rama Rao who was supposedly to become the working president of TRS according to the certain sections of media, has come forward to make it
POLLS

Land Bill: Should Modi government allow a fair debate?

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13 year old writes letter to Principal to save her from marriage

A 13-year-old girl from Ranchi who is studying in Class IX wrote a letter to the principal of her school to save her from getting married. Duli Hembrom in her letter stated that he

NON STOP

TS allocates 500 cr for Pushkaralu

Karimnagar: Minister for Endowments, A Indrakaran Reddy informed that the state government has allocated Rs 500 crores to organise Godavari pushkaralu in a grand manner and stated

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

Land Acquisition Bill takes away rights of farmers and pits them against Make in India

Since the past several months we have seen the NDA government aggressively pushing through changes in land acquisition policy, first in the form of Ordinance in December 2014 and t

Ap Capital

CGSDC to come up at Nannaya University

The Center for Gandhian and Sustainable Development Center (CGSDC), which is first of its kind in all universities across the country, is going to come up Adikavi Nannaya University (ANUR). “Thi...

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  • Vanguard invites MBA applicants
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Hyderabad Hans

Hyderabad: Students of ICBM – School of Business Excellence conducted a grand farewell for its 2013 -2015 PGDM batch at Taramati Baradari. The farewell was a glitzy event with junior batches per....

  • Akshaya Tritiya
  • Hamlet to be staged on Sunday
  • A riveting meditation on spaces
  • Exploring feminine beauty
Crime

In a shocking incident, a 13 year old boy who was accused of stealing a chain was reportedly kept chained inside Vetapalem police station in Prakasam district, Andhra Pradesh for five days. The b....

  • 13 year old writes letter to Principal to save her from ma...
  • Man kills mother for scolding his wife
  • Ancient temple idols stolen
  • Eight Maoists held in Bihar
INDIA

PM Modi greets nation on Basava Jayanthi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday greeted the people on the occasion of Basava Jayanthi.The Prime Minister took to Twitter to convey his wishes. "On Basava Jayanthi I bow to Sri Basavann

  • AAP hits out at Rahul Gandhi's pro-farmer stance
  • After Hyderabad, bird flu hit Manipur starts culling Poult
  • Devil can't quote scriptures: BJP to Congress
  • Rajdhani Express fire: No casualties
WORLD

An Israeli passenger plane was forced to turn around and make an emergency landing at Ben Gurion airport near Tel Aviv today after part of a wheel came off, an airport official said.   "....

  • Chinese Premier Xi Jinping is Now 'Nishan-e-Pakistan'
  • Death Toll in Siberia Wildfire Rises to 34: Vladimir Putin
  • How to party like a President: True Tales of Inebriation, ...
  • Foreigners tell of being 'hunted like dogs' in South Afr...
BUSINESS

HCL Technologies Ltd(HCLT.NS), India's fourth-largest software services exporter by revenue, reported a 3.6 percent rise in quarterly net profit on Tuesday, lagging street estimates as margins droppe....

  • India won't yield to foreign investors demand for tax waiv...
  • DLF to move out from Group A category: BSE
  • Government to auction small oil fields of ONGC, Oil India ...
  • Sensex trades 104 points down; healthcare stocks hit
SPORTS

Ecclestone raises concern over F1 costs

London: Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone has said that they really need to address costs in the sport because a lot of teams are having difficulty to keep up, while he also revealed a host of oth

  • Ferrari fighting fit, feels former champion Kimi Raikkonen
  • KKR all the way
  • Mumbai Indians' Chand praises coach Ponting for support
  • Mumbai Indians skipper Rohit Sharma fined for slow over ra...
NEWS ANALYSIS

London: One of a handful of deckchairs salvaged from the wreck of the doomed liner Titanic has fetched a whopping 100,000 pounds at an auction in UK.   The Nantucket wooden chair was sold yeste....

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  • Akshaya Trithiya and grace of Goddess Lakshmi
  • How Narendra Modi's Make in India can get a fillip
  • The Shortcut To Deradicalization Is The Long Road
TECHNOLOGY

"What has the condition of women in our society has come to, something needs to be done", we say sitting in the comfort of our homes but no one really takes a firm step to do so. But we did.....

  • 40 years after Aryabhata: Nothing too far for India
  • Counterfeit products threat to Xiaomi
  • Aryabhata completes 40 years, nothing too far for India
  • Most women will post sixth selfie on Facebook
NRI

The US Supreme Court on Monday upheld the 2012 conviction of Rajat Gupta, the former Indian-American director of Goldman Sachs Group, in an insider trading case.   Gupta, the highest-profile ....

  • NRIs with foreign nationality won't get citizenship
  • Kuwait Nurse job scam: CBI seeks Interpol support
  • Hindus want Prayer Room at Princeton University
  • Another Hindu temple vandalized in US
EDUCATION/CAREER

What is CBDR principle?

India has announced its “Common but Differentiated Responsibility” (CBDR) approach to global climate change and seeks the developed world to pay the developing world or poorer nations like

  • Oh my word Amused, Bemused
  • City students top ASSET talent test
  • Sikkim varsity best in distance learning
  • GITAM University admission tests begin
LIFESTYLE

London: A new study has revealed that the number of schoolgirls at risk of emotional problems has risen sharply. Scientists analyzed questionnaires completed by 1,600 pupils aged 11-13 in 2009, com....

  • Dehydrated drivers as dangerous as drunken ones
  • Japanese women trying ribbon boob job
  • Russian model Mariya Suhaib has a clause in Pakistan
  • Pakistan models sashay down the ramp amid Bollywood songs
PARENTING/KIDS

The scolding little bird It was early in the morning.  The Little bird woke up with the sudden increase in the volume of her mother’s voice.  The little bird came out of the nest and ....

  • Tracking school bus through app
  • Mobile apps can make toddlers smarter
  • Mobile apps can make toddlers smarter
  • Kids sensitive to others' feelings are friendlier
TRAVEL

Neglect taints Vizag's historic structures

One night in Visakhapatnam makes a hard man humble. Made of equal parts in spirituality and nirvans, Vizag  continuous to hold tourists in thrall. An iconic track that sums up, everything that it

  • Relive Goa the Eastin Way
  • Egypt seeks bigger share of India's tourist pie
  • Off the beaten track
  • Affordable luxury in Jaipur
FOOD

A new study has revealed that eating cooked shiitake mushrooms everyday can boost the immunity.A new University of Florida study showed that eating one, 4-ounce serving of mushrooms each day helped in....

  • Eastin Hotel Ahmedabad - Goa Food Festival
  • McDonald's Faces 'Cockroach Burger' Claim in New Zealan...
  • Very veggie very fresh
  • Smart Carbs, Unsmart Carbs
RELATIONSHIP

Washington: A new study has shed light on how bisexual people have to go through different set of negotiations when they reveal about their sexuality to family or friends.   According to a new ....

  • Girls go through more emotional troubles than boys
  • Living without sex not healthy at all
  • Women self-objectify more browsing Facebook, magazines tha...
  • Oxytocin makes dogs best companions for humans
ENVIRONMENT

Earth Day: Preserving the harmony in nature

The habitat of variety of species surrounded by water, full of greenery ,cool breeze, this is what our mother earth is all about –in more simple terms land,species,water ,air. Very simple terms

  • Air quality in India to be focus of World Bank Programme
  • Sewage and solid waste disposal spoiling Shimla environmen...
  • DNA barcoding to stop India's ornamental fish trafficking
  • UN Earth day
AUTO

Former IndyCar Driver Sam Schmidt Drives on Road Course Race Track in Semi-Autonomous Motorcar Modified for Individuals ....

  • Mercedes Benz GLC Coupe concept revealed
  • Hero MotoCorp becomes largest scooter exporter in India
  • 2015 Hyundai Elantra facelift launched, priced from 14 lak...
  • 5 Cars that will bid farewell to the Indian market this ye...
HEALTH

Washington: If you a animal companion in your home, be careful, as a new study shows that household pets can transmit infection to people, and make them sick. People with weak immune systems, young....

  • Indian doctors remove world's largest kidney
  • Orange glasses may help you sleep better
  • E cigarettes no help in kicking the butt
  • Novel gel treats acute migraine in human trials
Opinion

No debate, only acrimony

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s lofty goals about wanting his government to be judged by the people for its ‘Rashtraniti’ (national endeavour) and not “Rajniti” (politics)...

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

Washington: A team of researchers has studied whether volunteers can be trained to follow their heartbeat and also whether it is possible to identify from brain activity how good they were at estimati....

  • Peace: When mind is disturbed, just let it be
  • Secret to Happiness: How to stay happy
  • How to Deal with the Negative People in your Life
  • How to develop good PR skills