WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 2015. HYDERABAD, INDIA

Andhra Pradesh View All
Ganta to meet Smriti over NIT-W
Hyderabad: Telangana Deputy Chief Minister and Education Minister Kadiyam Srihari on Tuesday reiterated that 50 per cent of the seats in the National Institute
AP CM launches Mee Kosam
People can submit their complaints on the portal Redressal process can be tracked with Aadhaar number  Hyderabad: Chief Minister N Chandrababu Nai
German tech to cool TD leaders
Hyderabad: The 34th Mahanadu of the Telugu Desam party is going to be a unique one. The TDP, which is using Singapore technology for constructing the new capita

Telangana View All
Intensify stir against govt: CPI
Hyderabad: CPI Telangana State Council has called upon the students to intensify the agitation against the Telangana State government to protect the Osmania Uni
Students attack petrol pump
Protest against move to take over OU land  Hyderabad: A day after several students of Osmania University took out a protest and attacked Swagath Grand Hotel in
UNESCO Chair at UoH to work in Africa
Hyderabad: The UNESCO Chair on Community Media at the University of Hyderabad (UoH) has been awarded a prestigious grant by UNESCO’s International Programme for
POLLS

Modi govt restored pride of PMO, says BJP

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DON'T MISS

Spl trains between Secunderabad & Machilipatnam

The South Central Railway (SCR) will run 18 summer special trains between Secunderabad-Machilipatnam and Tirupati-Narsapur in order to clear extra rush of passengers during summer

NON STOP

KCR to inaugurate Bathini Fish Prasadam on June 8

Hyderabad: Telanaana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao will inaugurate the administration of ‘Bathini Fish Prasadam’ on the Mrigasira Karthi Day on June 8 at 11.45 pm

WEB EXCLUSIVE

Carbide free OMANG brand mangoes launched

Hyderabad: In order to provide carbide and residue free Banganapally mangoes, efresh Portal (P) Limited and Village Organics have embarked on a project for marketing safe and quali

Ap Capital

An enchanting concert

City-based musical organisation Swarajhuri conducted a musical concert as its monthly programme at Sivaramakrishna Kshetram on Sunday. Pappu Sadasiva Sastry rendered an impressive vocal recital, which...

  • Exploring God in a new angle
  • The art of make up
  • Better roads by monsoon
  • City to savour Nile-origin fish
Hyderabad Hans

The people of the port city of Vishakhapatnam and its neighbourhood in Andhra Pradesh will never be able to forget October 12, 2014, the day they had a tryst with the very severe cyclone Hudhud. As th....

  • Got a pot belly? Blame it on traffic noise
  • Australian solar company lights up India's slums
  • Jamini Roy’s canvases will leave you spellbound
  • Spl trains between Secunderabad & Machilipatnam
Crime

A 34-year-old man allegedly chopped off his wife's hair and nose over dowry in Puranpur town of Uttar Pradesh's Pilibhit district this morning, police said. The incident took place at Ahmadpur ....

  • 14-year-old ‘terrorist’ jailed
  • GMR terminates 2 employees
  • Girl meets with watery grave
  • heat wave turns TS a cauldron: 266 lives lost
INDIA

Modi pays tribute to Nehru

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday paid his tributes to country's first prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru on his death anniversary. "Tributes to Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru on his Punya Ti

  • Power tariff may go up in Delhi next monthO
  • Yash Birla has no individual account in his name, says gro
  • Paper to replace cloth for National flags
  • Swiss names Yash Birla
WORLD

Kyushu Electric Power Co's two-reactor Sendai nuclear plant on Wednesday cleared safety regulations introduced after the Fukushima crisis, paving the way for the resumption of nuclear power generatio....

  • China's leaders sign $80 bln of deals with India, Brazil ...
  • 7 militants plotting attacks killed in Karachi: official
  • 2 dead, including gunman, in shooting at US Wal-Mart
  • Syria carries out deadly air raid on Islamic State strongh...
BUSINESS

Search engine giant Google on May 26 said it aims to bring 20 million small and medium businesses in India online by 2017 through its mobile app, Google My Business (GMB). The GMB app will help s....

  • New home sales, prices rise strongly in April
  • Tata Motors down over 5 pct on plunge in Jan-March net pro...
  • RBI expected to cut rates by 25 bps to 7.25 pct on June 2
  • Oil recovers from drop of over 2 pct, U.S. crude stocks in...
SPORTS

Saina Nehwal all set for Australian Open

Sydney: She might be in red-hot form but defending champion Saina Nehwal will look to keep her guard up when she begins her campaign at the $750,000 Australian Open badminton tournament, which gets un

  • Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti handed pink slip for med...
  • Corporate giants
  • A proud moment
  • Telugu Titans go international
NEWS ANALYSIS

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) said on Tuesday it has started to detain imports from India of corn for feeding livestock to allow for testing of aflatoxins.   The move is intend....

  • Modi’s race to save India’s girls
  • Changing geopolitics in the Gulf
  • No bosses please, says this firm
  • Are we wasting huge money on IITians?
TECHNOLOGY

  The Obama administration on Tuesday sided against Google Inc (GOOGL.O) and said the U.S. Supreme Court should not hear the company's appeal in a case against Oracle Corp (ORCL.N) with wide im....

  • Iron Man’s six appeal
  • Xperia C4 with 5MP front camera in India
  • ZenFone 5 Lollipop delayed
  • Beyond Security Launches Smallest Appliance in Vulnerabili...
NRI

Stem cell scientists led by Mick Bhatia from the McMaster University have successfully converted adult human blood cells into neural cells.   The team directly converted adult human blood c....

  • 11-Yr-Old Indian-American Genius Graduates From Coll
  • British Sikhs reach Nepal to rebuild Himalayan natio
  • NRI in Singapore secretly films obscene videos of wo...
  • AP capital Guntur T shirts on sale for $39 in US
EDUCATION/CAREER

Higher education departments of TS, AP call truce

An eight-member panel to oversee distribution of files and records Hyderabad: An eight-member committee would be constituted for distribution of files and records of Andhra Pradesh State Council of H

  • Pvt colleges plan MCET AC-2015 on June 3
  • National Skills Universities
  • Oh my word Dragon, Dragoon
  • CEMCA workshop at BRAOU
LIFESTYLE

Relief from heat is what we get when the rain gods show mercy, but rainfall also brings a lot of humidity. Be careful, it can be harsh on your hair. "With increased humidity, there is a lot of sw....

  • Style up long tresses a la Hollywood celebs
  • School start times may help alleviate insufficient sleep
  • For a tan free and flawless skin, sunscreen is a must
  • Dress up like a bride in Triveni creations
PARENTING/KIDS

Once upon a time, there was a king, who was very lazy. He did not like to do anything. He waited for his attendants to serve him every moment. He used to lie on his bed always. A time came when he rea....

  • The hans story time
  • Google patents creepy internet toys
  • Childhood nightmares give rise to psychotic disorders
  • Breastfeeding protects kids from pollution
TRAVEL

The magical Bali

To me, the mention of the word Indonesia brings waves of nostalgia. It reminds me of the interesting anecdotes, photographs, Balinese music audio-cassettes including of the Indonesian Ramayana and lit

  • Seaplane tourism in Goa from August
  • Hotel Review: Zone by the Park in Jaipur
  • Look good on the go with smart travel tips
  • Matheran green festival begins in vehicle-free hill statio
FOOD

Take extra care to protect food in summer and keep bacteria at bay. Maintain hygiene: Wash hands before cooking and after handling raw meat, fish and poultry. Dry hands with a clean towel. Ma....

  • Indian eateries chant organic food mantra
  • Maha awaiting test results on Maggi samples
  • MSG in Maggi: Safety norms in place, argues Nestle on ban
  • Maintain food safety, hygiene in summer
RELATIONSHIP

Every relationship is one of a kind which involves a lot of aspects – positive and negative. But as they say there’s a thin line between love and hate, there’s also a line where one ....

  • Factors leading to breakups!
  • Keep the ‘spark’ alive in your relationship
  • Meeting your boyfriend’s parents? Here’s what to do!
  • Have coffee daily to boost your sex life
ENVIRONMENT

heat wave turns TS a cauldron: 266 lives lost

Nalgonda records the highest toll at 73, followed by Khammam 60 and Mahabubnagar 32 Hyderabad: Unabated heat wave has claimed over 50 lives in the last 24 hours, taking the toll to a total 266 in one

  • Climate engineering may better protect coral reefs
  • Round the world solar plane's schedule hit by bad weather
  • Heat wave claims 85 lives in TS, AP
  • Birds can 'weigh' nuts too: Study
AUTO

Recently, Volkswagen voiced its plans to discontinue some of the models from its global lineup. Two-door cars were the prime target for being axed because of the low ....

  • Peugeot Metropolis could be launched in India
  • Audi Q1 sub-SUV likely for India
  • A two-wheeler that runs on compressed air
  • Triumph unveils Bonneville Street Tracker
HEALTH

Apollo Hospitals, Hyderguda, performs five complex Multi vessel CTO procedures, at a two day 'CTO –PCIWorkshop' Apollo Hospitals, Hyderguda, hosted a two day 'CTO –PCI Workshop' f....

  • New test to help early diagnosis of ovarian cancer
  • New way of preventing diabetes-linked blindness
  • Motherhood brings lasting changes to the brain
  • Heat Stroke: Emergency First Aid
Opinion

Delhi in dire straits

There are several grey areas in Centre-State powers. This is particularly so in the case of Delhi From power to appoint a Chief Secretary to that of arresting a constable – a Delhi High Court v...

  • Govt in OU land storm
  • Muri Exp derails; 4 dead
  • Tie up loose ends
  • Net neutrality our natural right
Spiritual

Akbar died on 17th Oct., 1605AD. Prosperous and vast empire devoid of all-powerful Akbar lured many to see themselves on the helm of the affair. Consequently, the real and so-called successors set upo....

  • Sathya Sai Baba quotes on Education
  • Top Swami Vivekananda quotes
  • Sadhguru Jaggi Vasuev quotes
  • Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev on Yoga benefits