WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 2014. HYDERABAD, INDIA
Andhra Pradesh View All
Money raining in capital region
Politicians, film artistes make beeline to buy land Not less than 1,500 luxury cars zoom along the dusty roads in villages Guntur: People from far-off places are pour
I-T officials on trail of black money
Authorities visiting sub-registrar offices, villages incognito Gathering information on cash changing hands Reports say that some farmers are resorting to panic sel
4 notorious red sanders smugglers arrested
Nellore: The Nellore district police on Tuesday claimed to have arrested four notorious red sanders smugglers. The police skilfully monitored the movements of the alleged internati
Telangana View All
HC jolt to Telangana govt on temple trustees
Hyderabad: The Hyderabad High Court on Tuesday agreed with decision of the Telangana state government. Recently government of Telangana decided to reduce the term of office of temp
KCR nod to 24/7 crisis centers
Hyderabad: Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao sanctioned to set up one-stop crisis centers in every district by the end of December. These crisis centers are to address
NHRC notice to TS on ryots’ suicides
Media reported on 76 deaths since TS formation Commission takes suo moto notice of the report Chief Secretary asked to respond in two weeks Hyderabad: The Nation
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INDIA

Mumbai marks 26/11 anniversary.

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WORLD

Karachi:  Doctor Nadim Uddin Siddiqui fixes his gaze on a camera in the shiny new studios of Health TV in Karachi, Pakistan's economic hub, and prepares to take the day's first question.  ....

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BUSINESS

Singapore: Oil prices extended losses in Asia as speculation swirls that the OPEC oil cartel will  maintain output at this week's closely watched meeting despite  a global supply glut. US b....

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  • Shares fall in choppy market
  • Dozen firms eye capital markets
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Cities

Quiz Mamata in my presence: Kunal

‘Bengal CM is the biggest beneficiary’ CBI is being misused in Delhi: Mamata Why blame TMC for fault of one or two? Mamata threatens to take fight

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Hyderabad Hans

For Class IX to XII students on Saturday Hyderabad: Oakridge International School in association with PAGE Education, is hosting ‘Indian University Fair’ on November 29 at Oakridge Intern....

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Crime

Bareilly: A 15-year-old girl, who bravely fought back when six men tried to rape her, failing which they set her on fire, died of severe burns in Uttar Pradesh. So far, four of the attackers have been....

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  • 4 notorious red sanders smugglers arrested
SPORTS

Hughes to undergo scans after surgery.

Sydney: Australia cricketer Phillip Hughes remains in critical condition and will have more scans on Wednesday after undergoing emergency surgery to relieve pressure on his brain at a Sydney hospital.

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EDITOR'S CHOICE

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TECHNOLOGY

New Delhi: Unveiling its 'Made in India' caller identification app Holaa!, instant messaging platform Nimbuzz stated that it aims to garner about 10 million users for this service. Holaa!, like True....

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NRI

Highest achievement in pharma field in globe Dr Samba Reddy hails from Cherlapalli in Warangal dist Warangal: An NRI, Dr Doodipala Samba Reddy, hailing from Warangal district, has been a....

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EDUCTION/CAREER

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LIFE STYLE

New York:  A popular New York salon will soon start offering a " Vagina Facial" for women who want a little extra grooming down there.       J. Sisters , which is b....

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PARENTING/KIDS

Washington: Children who get exposed to intense verbal aggression in family can better handle intense conflict later in life, finds research. "Conflict experiences can be beneficial, by alleviati....

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TRAVEL

Visit California continues its outreach program in India.

As part of the Brand USA ‘DiscoverAmerica’ Educational Seminars, Visit California participated in training travel agents in the tier 3 Indian city of Ludhiana this November 2014. This was

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FOOD

Mumbai-based vada-pav chain Jumboking made its debut in Hyderabad recently. Jumboking serves Mumbai’s iconic food vada pav in the organised format. The restaurant serves a wide variety of the de....

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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

Indian firm gets Nepal nod for hydroelectric plant.

Nepal has given an Indian company permission to build a 900 megawatt hydropower plant, government officials said on Monday, as the Himalayan state looks to ease chronic energy shortages by opening up

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AUTO

Moving away from the mundane, three girls took to the roads on their bikes to visit the holy land of Srisailam, daring all the stares from fellow commuters al....

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HEALTH

Permanent stress can activate immune cells that can cause changes in the brain, leading to mental disorders such as schizophrenia, shows a study. The researchers focused mainly on a certain type of ph....

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