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TTD Chairman vows to develop Tirumala
Chadalawada Krishna Murthy who has been appointed as the chairman of TTD on Tuesday met Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu and expressed his gratitude for giving
AP: Special Forces to be implemented for tourists’ security ...
Andhra Pradesh Government will soon form a special police force to be set up for the security of tourists in the state.  Secretary (Tourism and Culture) Ne
Seshachalam encounter: DGP orders hand-over of records to SIT...
Andhra Pradesh Director General of Police Jasti Venkata Ramudu on Monday directed that all the records pertaining to the killing of 20 people in Seshachalam for

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Hyderabad Infosys employee Nazia Sultana dies in ORR accident...
There seems to be no end to accidental deaths in the city. It's already known that the Outer Ring Road is a highly accident prone spot. In  tragic incident,
TITA Telangana Yuva Nirmaan by TS Association on May 2
The Telangana Information Technology Association (TITA) in collaboration with Telangana State Police Officers Association is conducting a one day free workshop
Producer Kalyan accused of assaulting lady doctor
Telugu Movie Producer C Kalyan is back in the news for wrong reasons. This time, the producer has been accused of assaulting a lady doctor identified as Dr Kavi

Nepal Earthquake a man-made disaster?


US teen solves Rubik's Cube in 5.25 seconds, sets world record

Washington: An American teenager acted even faster than a robot and set a new world record after solving Rubik's Cube in just 5.25 seconds at an official World Cube Association com


Mount Everest height remains unchanged post Nepal earthquake

Kathmandu: An earthquake that devastated Nepal and left thousands of people dead shifted the earth beneath Kathmandu by up to several metres south, but the height of Mount Everest


Time to walk the talk for accelerating towards TB-free India

India's fight against tuberculosis (TB) has made remarkable progress despite which formidable challenges remain. With the launch of 'Call To Action For TB Free India' last week ami

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Meditation classes at Maris Stella College

Isha Foundation will organise meditation classes at Maris Stella College auditorium from April 29 to May 5.   Foundation member Bala Subhramanyam on Monday said that the inaugural session of the ...

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Hyderabad Hans

Hyderabad: Yash Joshi, a student of class III, of VIBGYOR High School, Balewadi, Pune secured the first rank in the 17th National Science Olympiad (NSO) at international level conducted by Science Oly....

  • HBS advisory board stresses on societal consciousness
  • Immortal humans may have already been born
  • City speedsters sketch roadmap for success
  • The starry-eyed twinkling twins

There seems to be no end to accidental deaths in the city. It's already known that the Outer Ring Road is a highly accident prone spot. In  tragic incident, Nazia Sultana an Infosys employee ....

  • Son murders father over memory card in Telangana
  • 22-year-old woman gangraped at gunpoint in Uttar Pradesh
  • Producer Kalyan accused of assaulting lady doctor
  • Infosys techie killed in a road mishap

Rahul Gandhi mulls Kisan Padayatra to reach out to farmers

New Delhi: After Kisan rally, Rahul Gandhi will now take out a Kisan Padyatra to reach out to farmers in the backdrop of the agrarian crisis.   As Congress is seeking to make land acquisition a

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London: Germany was told of the risk of flying above conflict-torn eastern Ukraine shortly before Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was shot down last year but failed to pass on the alert, reports claimed....

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  • US announces fresh aid of $9 million for Nepal
  • Islamic State kills 5 journalists working for Libyan TV st...
  • Nepal earthquake may have hit 8 million people, says UN

New Delhi: E-commerce has given the book industry a substantial boost by bringing books closer to readers, said an online retail portal that has been actively reaching out to an audience that demands ....

  • Apple sells 61b iPhones in Q1 2015
  • Singapore PM earns more than US President!
  • USFDA concerns prompt Wockhardt recall drugs made in India
  • Bank of India to raise $750 million through bonds

Learning leadership skills from Ricky Ponting, says Rohit Sharma

Mumbai: Mumbai Indians skipper Rohit Sharma said on Monday that having two-time World Cup-winning captain Ricky Ponting in the side as coach helps him learn a lot about leadership skills and qualities

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  • Third win for SRH
  • Sachin annoyed with rumours over daughter's film debut
  • Rohit Sharma in contention for Arjuna Award

Section 8(1)(j) of RTI Act provides that personal information need not be disclosed unless the larger public interest justifies it.  If the information is personal or would amount to invasion of ....

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Washington: Week after reports claimed that Nokia was planning to make a comeback to the consumer mobile market as early as next year, the Finnish company has stepped up to dismiss those claims public....

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Mumbai: Sim Bhullar, who became the first Indian-origin player to play in the National Basketball Association (NBA) in the US, will visit India from May 2 to 7 to promote basketball and inspire childr....

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  • Indian doctors may soon get speedy visa approvals
  • Indian origin scientist at MIT develops Artificial l...
  • Hindus ask health insurers to cover yoga

Indian schools will get new education policy

New Delhi: Human Resource Development Minister Smriti Irani on Monday said the new education policy will be formulated in consultation with the states.   Replying to a debate on the demands of

  • UGC has acted against fake universities: Smriti Irani tell...
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  • Oh my word Mistrust, Distrust

Washington: A new study has revealed that smaller plates don't always lead to smaller portions while eating, particularly for overweight teens.   Psychiatry professor Lance Bauer said that it ....

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London: A psychiatrist has claimed that kids who spend a lot of time immersed in their smartphones are displaying borderline "autistic" behavior.   Iain McGilchrist said that children....

  • How kids turn couch potatoes revealed
  • Cellphones not best thing for kids, feel parents
  • US teen solves Rubik's Cube in 5.25 seconds, sets world r...
  • Kids born from obese women at diabetes risk

5 things to do in New York during spring

With a number of sightseeing tours, photographic opportunities and historical landmarks, you can spend days in New York taking strolls around. Actress Tina Desai has summarised her spring tour in five

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Washington: A new study has revealed that smaller plates don't always lead to smaller portions while eating, particularly for overweight teens.   Psychiatry professor Lance Bauer said that it ....

  • On Weight loss mission? Here's how to kill your hunger pa...
  • Habanero: Sixers Bucket of Beers & Wings at Hyderabad
  • Why you can't control your appetite or diet
  • You are what you eat

Relationship is essential part of life. Being in relationship is not an issue but Trust matters the most. Here are few tips for dating: Be Open Minded: When you’re beginning a relationship, ....

  • People lie only when they can save their face
  • 4 hour reunion: Estranged lovers meet at Hyderabad hotel
  • People who have more sex earn better
  • Stereotypes make bisexuals keep orientation under wraps

HFCs from air conditioners to worsen environment

The use of air conditioning may rise dramatically by the end of the century, requiring far more electricity and sending pollutants into the atmosphere at unprecedented rates, researchers warned Monday

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  • Quake warnings of minutes, not hours, are possible, but ex...
  • Earthquake: How is it caused?

According to recent reports from Italy, Italian suspen....

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New Delhi: Mukesh (name changed) was a happy 32-year-old with a job as an electrician in a private factory. But his life changed when an innocuous looking patch on his leg three years ago was diagnose....

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  • Most teenagers choose e-cigarettes over tobacco products
  • HIV self-testing kit will deliver results in 15 mins
  • People with back pain have chimpanzee like spines

Rahul Re-oriented

The Congress unveils a revised and enlarged edition of Rahul Gandhi who would soon take the mantle from his mother Rahul Gandhi treks the foothills of Himalayas to offer prayers at the holy shrine. C...

  • The Himalayan tragedy
  • A chequered odyssey
  • Keep it neutral
  • Yechury euphoria in media

If you love a flower, don’t pick it up. Because if you pick it up it dies and it ceases to be what you love. So if you love a flower, let it be. Love is not about possession. Love is about a....

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