TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 2014. HYDERABAD, INDIA
Andhra Pradesh View All
Jagan in Prakasam today
Hyderabad: YSR Congress party president YS Jagan Mohan reddy is to visit Ongole today. The tour of two days was confirmed. He will be reviewing the party assembly constituencies.
Chandrababu must learn from KCR
Ongole: Andhra Pradesh farmers’ union coordinator Vangala Subba Rao fired on Andhra Pradesh chief minister Chandrababu Naidu. They alleged that Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu is
Jagan's convoy mishap, constable injured
Guntur: An accident happened in YS Jagan Convoy. Two vehicles collided against each other accidentally on Monday. A constable was injured in the event and was admitted to hospital
Telangana View All
AP still ruling Telangana: Kodandaram
Gadhwala: Telangana Joint Action Committee chairman Professor Kodandaram said that Andhra People are still rubbing their interests on Telangana state. He said that the Telangana pe
Telangana farmer commits suicide over debt
Karimnagar: A debt-ridden farmer allegedly committed suicide at a village here, police said on Monday.   Farmer Battu Yellaiah (45), of Gudem village in the district, had borrowe
Chandrababu ignoring farmers for Heritage: Harish Rao
Siddhipeta: Telangana irrigation minister alleged that TDP Chief Chandrababu Naidu is forfeiting the lives of farmers to protect his interests his pocket company heritage. He start
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INDIA

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The non-performing assets (NPAs) of banks have become a major problem for the government and the country. According to the Finance Minister, as of March end bad loans stood at Rs 245,809 crores compar

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WORLD

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BUSINESS

New Delhi: Availability of low-cost smartphones and increasing penetration of mobile broadband will help India overtake the US as the world's second largest Internet user-base by 2016, research firm ....

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Cities

Govt to unveil 2nd generation reforms in next Budget: FM

New Delhi: Country needs a larger opening out in more sectors and a stable policy and tax regime, said the Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitely. Speaking at an interactive sessio

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Hyderabad Hans

Berlin jazz band to rock the city as part of Goethe-Institute’s golden jubilee celebrations in India The Goethe-Institute/Max Mueller Bhavan has completed 50 years in India. To mark the golden ....

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Crime

Karimnagar: A debt-ridden farmer allegedly committed suicide at a village here, police said on Monday.   Farmer Battu Yellaiah (45), of Gudem village in the district, had borrowed money from so....

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SPORTS

Spot-fixing: SC pulls up Srinivasan as BCCI chief.

New Delhi: The Supreme Court (SC) on Monday questioned N Srinivasan’s return as the chief of Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). The top court said: “Can’t make a distincti

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TECHNOLOGY

New Delhi: Availability of low-cost smartphones and increasing penetration of mobile broadband will help India overtake the US as the world's second largest Internet user-base by 2016, research firm ....

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NRI

Dubai: Refuting a report published in a section of the media about a hike in wages of Indian workers in the Gulf Cooperation Council copuntries, Indian Ambassador to the UAE T.P. Seetharam said that n....

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EDUCTION/CAREER

Answers to absurd hypothetical questions found!.

New Delhi: When will Facebook contain more profiles of dead people than of living ones?  If a printer could literally print out money, would it have that big an effect on the world? How many uniq

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LIFE STYLE

Washington:  A new study had claimed that if you want to stay young, running might be the best way to do it.       The research by the University of Colorado Boulder and Humb....

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PARENTING/KIDS

Washington: Efforts to utilise music and games to help pre-schoolers learn self-regulation skills could help prepare at-risk children for kindergarten education, a new study says.     &....

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TRAVEL

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FOOD

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RELATIONSHIP

What can be the best way to defuse a fight or a conflict? Sex. Yes, you read it right.Learn the art from bonobos, a species of dwarf chimpanzee. Rather than allowing a fight to escalate, they employ s....

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ENVIRONMENT

Trivandrum zoo to get Lucknow swamp deer.

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: After arrival of a white tiger and seven anacondas, a herd of swamp deer will be brought to the zoological park here, one of the oldest such facilities in the region.  &nbs

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AUTO

It is the first time in the country that a motorcycle club has walked the ramp to promote safety apart from the usual road shows ....

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HEALTH

Cadila Pharmaceuticals Ltd organised India’s biggest life science innovation conclave, Indravadan Ambalal Modi Innovation Conclave 2014 (IAMICON), in the city to celebrate innovation and excelle....

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