TUESDAY, MAY 05, 2015. HYDERABAD, INDIA

Andhra Pradesh View All
TDP fans in US accord Nara Lokesh a red carpet welcome
On Monday, Telugu Desam leader and AP Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu’s son Nara Lokesh received a grand welcome in California by the NRIs and followers rai
AP Rytu Sangham urges farmers to oppose Land Acquisition Act...
The Andhra Pradesh Rytu Sangham conducted the meeting on Monday in Vijayawada where they called up on the farmers to oppose the land bill without political barr
Chandrababu to explain injustice to state on AP Formation Day...
Instead of celebrating the Andhra Pradesh state formation day, the state government has come up with a week long programme - “Nava Nirmana Deeksha” to enlighten

Telangana View All
Telangana Cops join hands for Mission Kakatiya
On Monday, Mission Kakatiya took a new turn with the Telangana police in Khammam District who were impressed with the project joined hands and involved themselv
Water woes in Nalgonda villages worsen as summer peaks
Nalgonda: Lack of safe drinking water has affected the majority of villages in the district, this summer. The deficit rainfall recorded in the district has resu
Why Bharat Ratna to Vajpayee: Asaduddin
Hyderabad: All India Majlis-E-Ittehadul Muslimeen MP Asaduddin Owaisi on Monday objected to conferring Bharat Ratna to  former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpay
POLLS

Chandrababu says AP has got a raw deal from bifurcation. Do you agree?

DON'T MISS

Royal Baby souvenirs boosts British economy

The Princess of Cambridge, barely two-days-old, has already provided a boost to the British economy worth an estimated 80 million pounds with royal fans busy buying commemorative s

NON STOP

Can’t stop accidents, it was God’s will

Moga molestation New Delhi: He may have been attempting to deflect the political heat on his leaders but may only have ended up feeding it further. Punjab's Education Minister Sur

  • Fresh tremors jolt Nepal, earthquake measures 4.5
    Fresh tremors on Saturday jolted parts of Nepal, even as death toll in the country after a powerful quake struck on April 25 crosses 6,600. According to India Meteorological D More...
  • Rahul to take TS by storm
    Padayatra to focus on failures of TRS govt Hyderabad: The AICC president- in-the-making, Rahul Gandhi, who took up the cause of farmers with his tours in Punjab and Maharashtra, i More...
WEB EXCLUSIVE

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Wise preparedness and best preparations are inevitable for success in every walks of life and more so in corporate world where the market reality is quite volatile.   The

  • Solid waste to power AP
    Government plans to generate 130 MW power from urban solid waste Hyderabad: Giving a fillip to the Swachh Bharat Mission, the Andhra Pradesh government (as part of it Swachh AP pl More...
  • KTR on US tour to attract investments
    Hyderabad: With an aim to attracting more investments to Telangana State, Information Technology Minister K Tarakarama Rao is leaving on a two-week visit to the United States on Tu More...
Ap Capital

VMC invites bids for solar panel installation

The civic administration of Vijayawada is awaiting the approval of financial bid of five crore rupees by the Vijayawada Municipal Corporation (VMC) Commissioner G Veerapandian for installation of roof...

  • Krishna district set to take a big leap with Masula Port
  • Staging social issues
  • Professional skills count a lot
  • Tribute to Amaravathi
Hyderabad Hans

Hyderabad: Results for SRMJEEE-2015 (SRM Joint Engineering Entrance Examination) were announced by the SRM University on Monday. Raghavan, a student of Sri Sankara Sr. Sec. School in Tamil Nadu secure....

  • Female dogs better at socialising with humans!
  • Researchers develop portable invisibility cloak
  • Puppy room at UK univ to help relax stressed students!
  • For a musical summer
Crime

A case has been lodged against a 37-year-old chemist by the Tukaramgate police on Monday, on charges of fraudulently marrying five women and usurping money, gold and property by blackmailing them with....

  • Woman kills husband with help of sister, brother
  • Case registered in suspicious death of siblings
  • Two drown after consuming toddy
  • Sigma Taxis MD kidnapped, traced
INDIA

AAP workers in Maharashtra on resignation spree

In what appeared to be a major breach in Maharashtra unit of Aam Aadmi Party, Maruti Bhapkar, one of its founding members, on Monday quit the party along with 376 activists, condemning the “dict

  • Top Kerala Maoist leader held near Coimbatore
  • Centre to face fierce opposition to GST Bill
  • Assam CM Gogoi slams PM Modi on LBA
  • Millions unite in appeal to PM Modi to commit to a better
WORLD

The Princess of Cambridge, barely two-days-old, has already provided a boost to the British economy worth an estimated 80 million pounds with royal fans busy buying commemorative souvenirs.   K....

  • Strong earthquake in Papua New Guinea triggers tsunami fea...
  • IS hacks St. Vincent government Web site
  • Lakhvi seeks exemption from appearing in court
  • Policeman shot in head dies in New York
BUSINESS

Consumer goods maker Unilever says its brands that most fully embrace its CEO's passion for sustainability perform the best, adding fuel to its oft-repeated argument that social responsibility is goo....

  • Sensex sheds 37 points in early trade
  • Rupee down 14 paise against dollar in early trade
  • Gold imports up 19% at $34 bn in FY15
  • TinyOwl launches food app in Hyd
SPORTS

Serena Williams eases into second round in Madrid Open

World number one Serena Williams needed less than an hour on Monday to get her campaign for the Mutua Madrid Open off to a comfortable start with a 6-4, 6-0 win over fellow American Sloane Stephens, m

  • Cakewalk for Knight Riders
  • CSK down RCB
  • Bangladesh, Pakistan players told to pay penalty by ICC
  • Federer wins Istanbul title, ends three-year claycourt dro...
NEWS ANALYSIS

Hyderabad: To ensure implementation of Section 4 (1) (a) of the Right To Information (RTI) Act, 2005, the RTI activists should make sure that the Public Records Act 1993 is implemented by the Central ....

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  • Disaster management, anyone?
  • Yet to find his bearings
  • Blacks in US: A community in crisis
TECHNOLOGY

Hyderabad: TinyOwl, Mumbai-based food ordering app, has launched its service in the city on Monday. Launched in 2014, the startup has embarked on an expansion drive after its app received overwhelming....

  • Facebook opens up Internet.org for developers
  • Why some companies fail at Twitter
  • Micromax Unite 3 with Android 5.0 @ Rs 6,569
  • New Domino’s app to track deliveries
NRI

Unique, one of a kind baccalaureate service in the world, was held at University of Nevada-Reno (UNR) in USA on May three.   “Eighth Annual Hindu Baccalaureate Service of UNR (Dikshant ....

  • Indian jailed for killing co-worker in Dubai
  • Indian-origin clerk in US shot dead
  • Rich NRIs to build earthquake resistant houses in Ne
  • Indian-Origin Woman Shot at, Critical After Attempte...
EDUCATION/CAREER

HR wisdom from the Kangaroo reproduction

Wise preparedness and best preparations are inevitable for success in every walks of life and more so in corporate world where the market reality is quite volatile.   Therefore the preparati

  • One Stop Centre for women victims
  • Oh my word Bear, Bare
  • Admissions open for MBA in hospital and healthcare managem...
  • Experifun aiming at experimental learning
LIFESTYLE

Young people are aware of the risks of cyberbullying but perceive others as being more at risk than themselves, says a study. Young women are more vulnerable to this perception than young men, the stu....

  • Gossiping good for your health
  • Genetic link between child prodigies and autism found
  • Summer will end soon enough, so will childhood
  • New act will spell death knells for handloom industry
PARENTING/KIDS

The lost camel Once two merchants lost a camel. They met a traveler and asked him if he had seen it. The man replied he had not." But was your camel blind in the right eye?" Said he to them....

  • Childhood inattention linked to poor grades later
  • Parental training improves behaviour of autistic kids
  • Childhood inattention linked to poor grades later
  • Tummu tucks, abdominoplasty for new age mothers to get per...
TRAVEL

Gloomy Goa tourism shows no sign of resurrection

With a poor tourist season for Goa and no foreseeable sign of its resurrection, the road ahead is a tough one for the tourism-oriented state, according to top officials of the Russian Information Cent

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FOOD

Get carried away with the new introductions to the already mouthwatering and delicious frappuchinos at Starbucks Hyderabad. Even the summer’s prompting you to have the goodness of Alphonso, the ....

  • Sanskriti Restaurant Mumbai sets world record for biggest ...
  • #Meatless Monday: Eat green, red and yellow veggies for de...
  • Energy drinks-alcohol combo ups drinking abuse
  • Foods that help you detox
RELATIONSHIP

Love gossiping with friends? Do not shy away from the habit as it is good for your health, says a new study. The act of keeping a secret exerts not only an emotional toll, but also physical damag....

  • India among sexually satisfied countries in the world
  • Women want sex at 11.21 p.m., men at 7.54 a.m.: Survey
  • Golden rules for happy relationships
  • Signs to know that he’s the ONE!
ENVIRONMENT

Climate Change cuts yields in tea gardens

Usha Ghatowar smiles wryly when asked about the pay she earns picking leaves at a colonial-era tea garden in Assam. "Do you think 3,000 rupees are enough when your monthly expenses can be double

  • Fall in day temperatures by 20
  • Food poisoning leads to the death of 21 cows in Vijayawada
  • Japanese professor from Assam: Waste tyres can minimise ea...
  • Nizamabad reels under heat wave; records 450C
AUTO

Hero MotoCorp has updated its entry-level commuter offeri....

  • Volvo considering local production
  • Gixxer now in dual tone colours
  • The Fastest Indian Car
  • TVS rolls out Phoenix 125
HEALTH

London: A group of German researchers has developed a Harry Potter-type portable invisibility cloak that can effectively shield objects while being small enough to use in classrooms. The cloak works u....

  • Gastrointestinal tumours can lead to additional cancers
  • Avoid one sugary drink a day to cut diabetes risk
  • Insomnia likely to worsen chronic pain
  • Avoid one sugary drink a day to cut diabetes risk
Opinion

Not-traceable not acceptable under RTI

First Telugu RTI Adjudication on Polavaram The appellant complained that official website of Union Ministry of Environment and Forests does not have the information as required by Section 4 (1) (b) o...

  • Pluralistic society
  • Go beyond ritual
  • Strong deterrence
  • Wiping tears of Nepal
Spiritual

A team of researchers has found procrastination, the thief of time that derails New Year's resolutions and delays saving for college or retirement, can be tricked by believing the future is now. ....

  • Aspects that change your view of Spirituality
  • Bhagavad Gita and its influence on Leadership
  • Osho quotes on Love: Lovers have known sometimes what sain...
  • Spirituality and Materialism: two sides of the same coin