TUESDAY, MARCH 03, 2015. HYDERABAD, INDIA
Andhra Pradesh View All
Naidu impresses industry bigwigs in Mumbai
Hyderabad (NSS): Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu said Visakhapatnam was a major industrial hub while the food and marine processing was a majo
Balakrishna decries poor allocation to AP
Anantapur: Film actor and Hindupur MLA N Balakrishna expressed disappointment over the Union Budget for the financial year 2015-16 as there were no proper alloc
BJP slams TDP for budget bashing
Rajahmundry: “It is not correct for TDP leaders and workers to resort to agitation over the Union budget,” BJP national council member Somu Veerraju said here o
Telangana View All
Steps afoot for Green Telangana
Four integrated solar power parks to come up across the State Efforts on to bring a Chinese firm to State Govt urged to set up solar power proje
Division of RTC on fast-track
Hyderabad: The process of division of the State-owned Road Transport Corporation (RTC) between Telangana State and Andhra Pradesh is being expedited. APSRTC
KTR reviews budget priorities
Directs officials to rework on required funds Hyderabad: With the Union government’s annual budget not meeting the expectations of the Telangana government,
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DON'T MISS

Rescheduled AP Eamcet on May 8

Hyderabad: Andhra Pradesh has rescheduled the date of Eamcet. Now, the Eamcet will be held on May 8 as against the earlier date of May 10. The notification for the examination will

  • Metro Rail to miss Ugadi deadline
    Hyderabad: The first phase of Metro Rail in the city is not going to be operational from Ugadi (March 21) as anticipated by the citizens.  This was made clear here on Monday b More...
  • GHMC banks to jointly collect property tax
    IT minister KT Rama Rao launched a programme on Monday in order to facilitate payment of property tax on time. Citizens can now walk into State Bank of Hyderabad, Kotak Mahindra, I More...
NON STOP

GOCL blast toll rises to six

Hyderabad: Two more persons who were undergoing treatment for injuries sustained in the Gulf Oil Corporation Limited (GOCL) blast succumbed to their burns, taking the death toll to

WEB EXCLUSIVE

Balakrishna decries poor allocation to AP

Anantapur: Film actor and Hindupur MLA N Balakrishna expressed disappointment over the Union Budget for the financial year 2015-16 as there were no proper allocations for Andhra Pr

  • BJP slams TDP for budget bashing
    Rajahmundry: “It is not correct for TDP leaders and workers to resort to agitation over the Union budget,” BJP national council member Somu Veerraju said here on Monday More...
  • KCR will join NDA shortly: CPM
    Thammineni slams State and Central governments for anti-farmer policies Hyderabad: The CPI (M) State Secretary Thammineni Veerabhadram alleged that Chief Minister K Chandrashekar More...
Ap Capital

33,121 acres in Land pooling - Narayana

The AP municipal minister in charge of the land pooling exercise in CRDA  P Narayana said  a record 33,100 acres were gathered as of  February 28, as against a target of 33,250 acres . ...

  • Chandrababu, Pawan and Ministers meet on Budget
  • Land Pooling in CRDA wrapped
  • Siddhartha college celebrates sports day
  • Provide affordable housing in capital region: CRDA chief
Hyderabad Hans

Hyderabad: Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU) named its newly established School of Computer Science and Information Technology (CS & IT) as ‘APJ Abdul Kalam School of Computer Sc....

  • Cut in edu budget due to higher tax devolution to states: ...
  • Economic Survey 2014-15 Highlights-II
  • Selfie culture not going to die down soon
  • Music has a calming effect on dogs also!
Cities

Ahead of Rahul Gandhi’s likely elevation, Congress appoints 5 new PCC chiefs

New Delhi:  In a major reshuffle ahead of possible elevation of Rahul Gandhi as party president at the AICC session next month, Congress on Monday appointed five new PCC chief

  • Rare feat by Visakha twins
  • SN Sahai appointed interim chief secretary of Delhi
  • Amit Shah, LK Advani reach Jammu to attend Mufti's oath c...
  • Gujarat artist makes unique portrait of PM Modi
INDIA

Fate of Mizo refugees hangs in balance

Despite fresh initiatives by the central and Tripura governments, the repatriation to Mizoram of about 35,000 tribal refugees sheltered in Tripura for over 17 years still hangs in balance.  R

  • Even PM pines for meal @ 29
  • Monetary policy to target inflation now
  • PDP keeps BJP on the edge
  • Rumblings rock AAP setup
WORLD

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov told the main U.N. human rights forum on Monday that the murder of Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov was a "heinous crime" and that President Vladimir Putin....

  • Australia says hunt for missing MH370 jet may be called of...
  • India, Bangladesh discuss SAARC, bilateral issues in Dhaka
  • Iraqi forces begin offensive against IS to recapture Tikri...
  • China welcomes Britain's Prince William
BUSINESS

Mumbai: Markets closes on a firm note, despite choppy trading session on Monday. The rally led by infrastructure stock and private lenders, while ITC extended losses on excise duty hike. Sensex end....

  • YuppTV forays into Suriname
  • Natco, Gilead in pact for hepatitis C drug
  • Low oil prices fuel car sales
  • TCS partners iRise
SPORTS

Former ICC boss Dalmiya returns as India board chief

Chennai: Veteran cricket administrator Jagmohan Dalmiya was unanimously elected President of the BCCI but the N Srinivasan camp suffered a huge setback with rival faction's Anurag Thakur beating Sanj

  • RCA threatens legal suit over BCCI meet ban
  • Dalmia is BCCI president now!
  • Kim Hughes prefers Kohli over Dhoni
  • Rafael Nadal breaks jinx, wins Argentina Open
NEWS ANALYSIS

Despite fresh initiatives by the central and Tripura governments, the repatriation to Mizoram of about 35,000 tribal refugees sheltered in Tripura for over 17 years still hangs in balance.  R....

  • Meagre budget may hit DefenceMin plans
  • Even PM pines for meal @ 29
  • Half-hearted embrace of FinCom report
  • Is diamond the new gold?
TECHNOLOGY

A new research has provided a deeper understanding into how social media can help study personality, potential health risk and cultural differences. Researchers' survey questions to measure thoughts,....

  • Know who can access your Facebook without password
  • HTC announces virtual reality headset at MWC
  • Google plans to rank websites based on facts not links
  • Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge with curved screen launched
NRI

Hindus have commended Colorado Senate Education Committee for the bill preventing Division of Private Occupational Schools from regulating yoga instruction in the state.   Hindu statesman Rajan....

  • American melting point turning into Salad Bowl: Bobb...
  • Indo-Canadian sues government over wrongful convicti
  • Growing intolerance towards Indians In US
  • Another temple attack in US spreads concern among Hi
EDUCATION/CAREER

Rescheduled AP Eamcet on May 8

Hyderabad: Andhra Pradesh has rescheduled the date of Eamcet. Now, the Eamcet will be held on May 8 as against the earlier date of May 10. The notification for the examination will be announced on Tue

  • What is inflation targeting?
  • Oh my word Gird, Grid, Girdle
  • No eye contact, no job: Survey
  • Celebration of National Science day at GITAM
LIFESTYLE

On its successful journey of 25 years, Kalanikethan is offering a flat 25 per cent discount on all its fresh stock. The fashion store has also launched its Facebook (facebook.com/KalanikethanNew) and ....

  • Herbal gulal for Holi from Shahnaz Husain
  • British woman makes 2m pounds from stealing
  • Luxury rules India as Indians willing to splurge
  • At Royal Sara Vilas in Mandawa,enjoy Rajasthan;s rural fla...
PARENTING/KIDS

What did the fox say? Long ago, there lived a lion in a dense forest. One morning his wife told him that his breath was bad and unpleasant. The lion became very angry and was embarrassed to hear this....

  • Aggressive boys become stronger physically as teens
  • Weight issue prevents kids from eating
  • India Kids Fashion Week: Karisma Kapoor on ramp
  • Four Friends And The Hunger
TRAVEL

Winter carnival in Kashmir a hit among tourists

Tourists thronged the two-day winter carnival in Jammu and Kashmir to enjoy adventure snow sports and cultural programmes. The winter festival, organised bythe state tourism department in collabora

  • Top solo travel destinations for women...
  • Will Jaahnavi become youngest Indian girl to scale Seven s...
  • Manali, Kalpa in Himachal get more snow...
  • Telugu girl Jaanhavi's Yala Peak Summit-Langtang Valley, ...
FOOD

People mock at me when I tell them that I haven’t visited Reshmi’s Classic Dabha having lived in   secunderabad all my life, that’s the kind of popularity this place brings in. ....

  • Turkish food & music with an Indian twist
  • Beyond The Thali Rajasthan Food Trail
  • Foods that make you look older
  • Backpackers Cafe: Chandigarh's 'The Place'
RELATIONSHIP

To make the most of your money, better go for a vacation rather than spending it on a designer dress, suggests a new study led by an Indian-origin researcher.   Money spent on 'doing' or on....

  • Lurking On Facebook may lead to depression
  • Real-life `Notebook` couple dies hand-in-hand after 67-yr-...
  • Depressed people find it harder to 'shake it off'
  • Be playful and win a girl's heart
ENVIRONMENT

How emperor penguin's survived last Ice Age

A new study has provided a deeper insight into how the emperor penguin's survived the last Ice Age.     The research mentioned that the climate change has affected emperor penguins ove

  • Are you obese? Blame it on pollution
  • Indian wolf on endangered list of wild animals
  • Sun impact maximum when Earth is cooler
  • Lakes Of The City Mysamma Kunta
AUTO

Mercedes-Benz will be launching the performance version of the recently launched C-Class, the AMG C63 S in India in the third quarter of this year. The AMG C63 S will....

  • Pulsar 200 SS unveiled at Motor Fair Turkey
  • Baja Sae concludes on a new high
  • Yamaha to Foray Into the Four-Wheeler Segment With the Mot...
  • 2015 Renault Pulse Launched at Rs. 5.03 Lakh
HEALTH

The human retina is built backwards, with the neurons in front of the photoreceptors, rather than behind them. The retina is not just the simple detector and neural image processor as believed until t....

  • A cup of Black tea can keep diabetes away
  • Japanese company behind Ebola Drug offer hope
  • How low- calorie diets can lead to healthy ageing
  • Rain dashes hopes of Swine flu exit
Opinion

Political diplomacy

Simmering anguish grips Andhra Pradesh as the State suffers blatant apathy in both railway and general budgets. Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu leads the sea of protest which for now is confined to p...

  • Tough task ahead
  • Reviving Growth
  • Fundamental Rights And Restrictions
  • Budgeting intentions
Crime

Nalgonda: A woman staged dharna in front of her lover’s residence at Cheruvugattu village in the district alleging that the latter had cheated her in the name of love. Saritha, a native of Sirip....

  • Four killed in accident
  • 3-yr-old girl sexually assaulted
  • Two doctors arrested
  • Lake Police rescue three women