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Guntur a pot of gold for real estate agents
Ever since the Andhra Pradesh government identified the areas around which the capital city will be built, real estates agents are having a field day cashing in on the news.  
Kobelco Cranes signs MoU for expansion in Sri City
Hyderabad: Kobelco Cranes India, the Indian arm of the Japanese crane manufacturer Kobelco Cranes signed a Memorandum of Understanding on Friday for expanding the existing producti
AP to modernise police dept in a phased manner
Hyderabad: Andhra Pradesh Additional DG (Law & Order) RP Thakur on Friday said that with the Finance department sanction of Rs 100 crore, the police department would modernise the
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TRS scores a tactical victory
It was much ado about nothing with the Congress threat of taking on the TRS government ending in a whimper in the Legislative Assembly on Friday. At the end of the day, the Treasur
‘Avoid confrontation with Centre, AP’
Hyderabad: TDP floor leader Errabelli Dayakar Rao on Friday advised Telangana government to avoid having confrontation with the Centre or the neighbouring Andhra Pradesh government
KCR defends establishment of small thermal projects
Hyderabad: Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao on Friday refuted the allegations on the establishment of four new thermal projects with 270 MW installed capacity each join

India's growth intensifies rate cut demands

New Delhi: The Indian economy logged 5.3 percent growth in the second quarter of this fiscal, against 5.7 percent in the first quarter, making ground for the central bank to ease i


Gopala Gopala First Look trending: Pawan mania

The makers of Gopala Gopala featuring Tollywood's most talented stars Venkatesh and Pawan Kalyan released the first look motion poster a few minutes ago.   Within minutes, t

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Guntur a pot of gold for real estate agents

Ever since the Andhra Pradesh government identified the areas around which the capital city will be built, real estates agents are having a field day cashing in on the news.  

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Swedish woman in search of Indian parents

Siliguri: Rebecca Aditi Sandlert, who was adopted by Swedish parents thirty three years ago, returned to Siliguri , in search of her birth parents.       Born to a Nepali mother a

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  • Modi's Varanasi a smart city soon
  • Poll expenses: Political parties get EC notice
  • IS executes 39 Indian workers?

Agartala/Guwahati: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be spending four busy days on his maiden visit to the northeast where he will address the country's top police chiefs, dedicate a train line from ....

  • Hindu temple attacks in Pakistan a concern
  • Pakistan frees 36 Indian prisoners
  • Hillary Clinton's demands for gigs
  • MH17 victims' remains arrive in plane

Germany's BMW (BMWG.DE) is not interested in buying a stake in U.S. electric carmaker Tesla Motors (TSLA.O), German weekly WirtschaftsWoche reported on Friday, citing a BMW statement.   &nbs....

  • Sahara to raise loan to fund bail
  • Miscreants loot Citibank ATM in Delhi, guard shot
  • Rate cut pressure eased as growth slows
  • Guntur a pot of gold for real estate agents

Swedish woman in search of Indian parents

Siliguri: Rebecca Aditi Sandlert, who was adopted by Swedish parents thirty three years ago, returned to Siliguri , in search of her birth parents.       Born

  • Gastronomic fanfare in Delhi's Nehru Park
  • Port city sans bus shelters
  • Expansion of Vijayawada airport hits roadblock
  • Kolkata football bears brunt of Saradha scam
Hyderabad Hans

Senior mridanga vidwan Vankayala Narasimham (83), a resident of Vizianagaram, will be felicitated and conferred with the title ‘Sangeetha Kalasagara’ by Kalasagarm on the occasion of 47th ....

  • Methodical, mellifluous and memorable
  • Protest to regularise contract employees
  • ‘Passing an exam is a game’
  • A campaign to inculcate leadership skills

Islamabad: In the latest incident of its kind, a Hindu temple was attacked by fanatics in Pakistan, the temple was torched, the stone idol of Lord Hanuman blackened with soot, and some religious books....

  • Sahara to raise loan to fund bail
  • Miscreants loot Citibank ATM in Delhi, guard shot
  • Indian Muslim who joined ISIS returns
  • 1.5-cr red sanders seized

A reminder of cricket’s dangers

The tragic death of Phillip Hughes is a reminder of how dangerous cricket can be those whom the gods love, die young. This idiom came to mind on Thursday morning as Aussie batsman Phillip Hughes

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  • Australia mourns Phil Hughes death
  • Bollywood celebrities mourn Hughes death on Twitter
  • Phil Hughes death: Team India offers condolence

London:  A woman, who was in a coma for six weeks, thinking that she was living in the 1990s and that Princess Diana was still alive.     Candace Emptage, who also forgot she had a....

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  • Oil ministry faulted for pricing delays, higher cost to Re...
  • Nepal PM broke India-Pakistan impasse at Saarc
  • Barcode scanner on your body parts

New Delhi: Fuelled by festive buying and strengthening commercial demand, India's tablet market reported its strongest third quarter growth so far during July-September 2014, said a report by Interna....

  • Regin can spy on GSM network
  • Amazon slashes Fire phone price to up sales
  • EU lawmakers ask regulators to break up Google
  • Twitter to track mobile apps of users

Mumbai/New Delhi: Arif Majeed, one of the four Kalyan youths who went to Iraq to fight in the Islamic State-led war in Iraq, returned to Mumbai early Friday morning.   This was after Arif had c....

  • NRIs doubt British sincerity on Gandhi statue
  • Hyderabadi gets honorary doctorate at Buckingham Palace
  • Indian origin couple oldest married people in world
  • Indian-American to lead Dallas Fed board

Female bosses suffer depression

Washington:  Women who have authoritative responsibilities at job have more symptoms of depression than men, says a new study.         According to Tetyana Pudrovska at

  • Schools can set nursery admission guidelines
  • German Vs Sankrit as 3rd language in KV
  • Says launches this unique motivational initiative for yout...
  • Irritating behaviours at workplace

Melbourne:  A new book has claimed that lazy employees are actually valuable assets to an organization.       According to ' Selfish, Scared and Stupid ' by Kieran Flanagan....

  • Karisma Kapoor jewellery line in Mumbai
  • Spain honour for designer Ritu Beri
  • Twitter helps those with chronic illness
  • Older people better learners?

Most parents believe that their children tell them everything. Frankly they'll hide things from parents.Here are some of them...       That you sometimes splurge   Your id....

  • Family feuds help kids deal with stress
  • Childhood bullying could harm them
  • Why kids tend to swear
  • Verbal fights help kids tackle stress later

Narkanda in Himachal: Of Snow-capped peaks, poetry

Narkanda:  If you've flipped through English romantic poet Wordsworth's "The Mountain Echo", you will realise that the peaceful valley of Narkanda, a picturesque town in Himachal Prad

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Washington:  A new study has demonstrated that drinking 3-5 cups of coffee might help in lowering the risk of Alzheimer's disease by up to 20 percent.         The stud....

  • Bitter cucumber for diabetes?
  • Winter recipe: Tomato, red pepper soup
  • Delhi leads gourmet game with non-traditional cuisines
  • Thanksgiving special for ISS astronauts

London: A new survey has recently revealed the top ten reasons behind lovers' tiffs with leaving clothes on the floor topping the list.       The research by Crisps retailer Prin....

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  • 'Past sex partners may decide looks of your kid'
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Human folly spells disaster for oceans

London: Human activity, particularly in industrial and agricultural processes, has had significant impacts on the upper ocean nitrogen cycle, a new study warns.   Human-induced changes to Earth

  • Kashmir's saffron cash crop killed by hostile weather
  • India's water conservation efforts hailed
  • Rohtang pass vehicles must be CNG: Green panel
  • How to save earth from raditation

Luxury carmaker BMW has launched M3 sedan and M4 Coupe in the Indian market.  The new cars deliver superior performance with a newly developed high-revving, stra....

  • Maruti Alto 800 top quality entry-level car
  • 3 girls 3 bikes 1 forest ride
  • BMW to launch M3 and M4 on November 27
  • Airbags didn't deploy since driver didn't collide proper...

Washington:  A daily tablespoon of yogurt can reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes by nearly a fifth, according to a new Harvard study. Type 2 diabetes is a chronic condition that occurs when the b....

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  • Twitter helps those with chronic illness
  • Pain relief lies in receptor
  • Bitter cucumber for diabetes?

Fresh TS-AP row brews over NAC

Tussles between the Andhra Pradesh and Telangana governments seem to have become the order of the day as they cover just about every other issue that crops up.   The latest bone of contention, ...

  • India's research conundrum
  • A long overdue but welcome reform
  • Obama Moment for AP?
  • Need for holistic policy

Will Dhoni lose visibility post CSK end?