WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 2014. HYDERABAD, INDIA
Andhra Pradesh View All
Chandrababu's Singapore craze to burden AP people
Hyderabad: Chandrababu is once again opting for the user charges. The people in the capital region are to suffer the wrath of the charges and fines. On the other hand the municipal
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
Telangana View All
Hyderabad to get skywalks
Hyderabad:  Good news for the highways in the Telangana capital. The government is making plans to build the skygcrapers in the city, along with that the government is also aiming
Hyderabad police issue e-challan for traffic offenders
In the past some police officers were suspended for their irregular collection of the traffic fines.  The amount in their pockets was not equivalent to the billed fines, this led t
Telangana gets HC nod in temple trustees row
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
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INDIA

Srinagar shivers at -1.4 degrees

Srinagar:  The night temperature continued its free fall below the freezing point in Srinagar today, reaching the lowest this season so far, while Leh slipped to a bone-chilling minus 12 degrees

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WORLD

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS:  US President Barack Obama is concerned and disappointed at the violence that broke out after a Missouri grand jury decided not to indict a white police officer for the shootin....

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  • China coal mine fire kills 24
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BUSINESS

Montreal:  Canadian smartphone maker BlackBerry is wooing Apple customers with a cash offer for trade-ins of iPhones for its new square-screened, keyboard-equipped Passport.     &n....

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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....

  • Separate training for teachers to educate differently-able...
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Crime

Nigeria:  More than 45 people were killed when two female suicide bombers blew themselves up in a crowded market in northeast Nigeria on Tuesday, the latest in a wave of such attacks blamed on Bo....

  • UP rapists burn minor
  • Hot actress Veena Malik jailed for blasphemy
  • Ex-Air commodore found dead with arms and legs tied
  • I-T officials on trail of black money
SPORTS

Messi's latest record.

Paris: Argentina wizard Lionel Messi broke the Champions League scoring record while Luis Suarez broke his Barcelona duck in the Champions League on Tuesday.   Barca romped to a 4-0 win at APOE

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  • Sania Mirza on Indian women deserve respect
  • Sports on SAARC summit agenda?
  • Gurunath Meiyappan in spot over fixing
EDITOR'S CHOICE

Washington:  A 17-year-old Brazilian boy has broken his own Guinness World record for the fastest texting on a smartphone touch screen, typing a 25-word message in just 17 seconds.   &nb....

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TECHNOLOGY

London: Google Inc stated that it had reached a settlement with a British businessman over defamatory postings in its search results describing him as a pedophile, a murderer and a money-launderer. &....

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NRI

Washington: India born Renu Khator, University of Houston(UH) president and UH System chancellor, is set to lead the board of directors for the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.     ....

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LIFE STYLE

Washington:  A new study has provided a deeper insight into how people are able to pick up on the vocal cues to know who is really in charge.       According to the research ....

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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

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Narkanda:  If you've flipped through English romantic poet Wordsworth's "The Mountain Echo", you will realise that the peaceful valley of Narkanda, a picturesque town in Himachal Prad

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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 consulate in New York goes Swachch

New York:  In keeping with the 'Swachh Bharat' campaign, the Indian Consulate here undertook a massive cleanliness drive at its premises and is being hailed as a model of 'Swachh Consulate,'

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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

Los Angeles:  Scientists, including two of Indian-origin, have developed new synthetic platelets that mimic and outperform natural platelets at controlling bleeding.      &nbs....

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  • Karnataka retired doctors to be recruited
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