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CPI launches Poru Bata
Demands job opportunities for Kadapa youth Badvel (Kadapa): The Communist Party of India (CPI) organised ‘Poru Bata’ at Four Roads Centre in Badvel town on F
40 tonnes of fish found dead
Anaparthi (East Godavari): About forty tonnes of fish worth about Rs 20 lakh were killed in a fish pond in Komaripalem village of Bikkavolu mandal in the distri
Use RTI to fight corruption, people told
Kakinada: JNTUK Registrar GVR Prasada Raju exhorted the people to make use the provisions of Right to Information Act (RTI) to eradicate the scourge of corrupti
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TSPSC to chart new route
Interview with Ghanta Chakrapani The first Chairman of TS State Public Service Commission Ghanta Chakrapani in a freewheeling chat with Yuvaraj Akula says th
Oil palm growers allege foul play
Hyderabad: Oil palm farmers are up in arms, alleging that they have been deprived of their due by the oil millers who have a cartel. The farmers have urged the
Telangana Chief Whip assumes charge
Hyderabad: Dharampuri MLA Koppula Eshwar has assumed charge as Chief Whip of Telangana government on Friday. Thanking Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao for the

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Greater demand for CAs

Hyderabad: Salaries offered to Chartered Accountants (CAs) may be nowhere close to what their engineering and management counterparts get but the placements of the former are on th


Telangana Chief Whip assumes charge

Hyderabad: Dharampuri MLA Koppula Eshwar has assumed charge as Chief Whip of Telangana government on Friday. Thanking Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao for the opportunity, he sta


Farmers raise a banner of revolt against CRDA

Guntur: Farmers with fertile land on the river front have intensified agitation against Capital Regional Development Authority (CRDA) even before it comes into existence. The CRDA

  • Jupudi joins Telugu Desam
    Hyderabad: In yet another jolt to the YSRCP, former party leader and MLC Jupudi Prabhakar Rao joined the ruling TDP.  A strong leader from Mala community, Rao has been very cl More...
  • State loses 21,908 cr to Hudhud cyclone
    Hyderabad: The Andhra Pradesh government has estimated the total losses incurred due to Hudhud cyclone that hit the Visakhapatnam coast on October 12 at Rs 21,908 crore. Making a s More...
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Of decorations invoking the spirit of Xmas

The shops selling Christmas decorations in the designated capital of the residual Andhra Pradesh are abuzz with shoppers as the festival is just a few days away. When it comes to Christmas decorat...

  • An il-‘luminate’-ing festival for management students
  • Vijayawada girl crowned Miss India USA
  • 8 more Aadhaar seeding centres to come up in city
  • Metro Rail to connect Thulluru, Vijayawada
Hyderabad Hans

Washington: The landing of a rover on a comet by European Space Agency's Rosetta spacecraft tops the list of 10 breakthroughs of 2014, the prestigious journal Science announced in its December issue.....

  • NASA's planet-hunting Kepler finds new exoplanet
  • Convocation ceremony at MCEME
  • Edn reforms needed in developing countries
  • Anand inaugurates Nguru MathLab Plus

President Pranab Mukherjee Discharged From Hospital

New Delhi:  President Pranab Mukherjee was today discharged from the Army Research and Referral Hospital in New Delhi and he was feeling fine, an official said.   &qu

  • Parents Donate their 2 Year Old’s Organs
  • Sonia Gandhi stable, recovering well
  • India on terror alert
  • Engineers told to maintain quality

Bollywood is deep-rooted in Peshawar

Celebrities from the Indian film world have strongly condemned the recent bloodbath in Peshawar city, which has a strong connect to Bollywood. From Prithviraj Kapoor and Dilip Kumar to Shah Rukh Kh

  • Indian aviation's flight has turned choppy
  • Telangana Bidda takes on the corrupt in UP
  • Mega tax reform bill tabled in Lok Sabha
  • GST, Mega Tax Reform, Tabled in Lok Sabha

Nobel laureates who had gathered in Rome last week were dismayed that Pope Francis had surprisingly refused to grant an audience to the Dalai Lama so as to not incur Beijing's inevitable wrath. Earli....

  • UN joins cleanup efforts in Sundarbans
  • Hong Kong ex-chief secretary found guilty of graft
  • Lakhvi booked again; to remain in jail
  • Pakistani Army headquarters attack accused to be executed

Vienna: The basket of 12 crude oils of the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) closed at $56.30 a barrel Thursday, compared to $55.64 Wednesday, the OPEC Secretariat said.  ....

  • Indian Terrain to raise Rs.75 crore
  • Sensex makes healthy gains; capital goods stocks zoom
  • GDP likely to grow 5.5 percent in 2015: Mid-year review
  • Surat partners Microsoft to become smart city

India 71/1 after Australia post 505 at stumps on day three

Brisbane: India reached 71 for one, still trailing by 26 runs in their second innings after the third day's play of the second Test against Australia at the Gabba here Friday. Australia, earlier, sco

  • Sania's marriage with Shoaib rock solid
  • Peshawar attack: PCB under fire
  • Indian tennis in 2014: Sania dazzled, men fumbled
  • India's unsung heroes: Blind cricketers do us proud

In his remarks at the 2014 Galle Dialogue in Sri Lanka, Indian National Security Advisor Ajit Doval alluded to the 1971 UN General Assembly Resolution 2832 (XXVI) which declared the Indian Ocean a &ls....

  • Pak dithers again
  • Sunburn used minor children for traffic duties in 2012?
  • Diaspora can help Indian brands go global
  • Distress migration of workers rampant in Odisha

Using Japan's most powerful computer, researchers have explored how the physics of champagne bubbles may help address the world's future energy needs. The team was able to simulate bubble nucleat....

  • 'Smart' window that tints, powers itself
  • Internet addiction affects 6% of people worldwide
  • Tweets with images, hashtags get more re-tweets
  • Instant-start computers in offing

Melbourne: Amitabh Mattoo, one of India's leading thinkers, has been honoured in Australia for his significant contribution towards deepening and strengthening bilateral ties. Mattoo, 52, the inaugur....

  • Indian man gets mental health sentence in UK
  • Indian jailed by S'pore court for filming women
  • A village with Rs 1000 cr in NRI deposits
  • He made the city proud in US

3 tips to crack a tough job interview

There are times when you go prepared for a job interview and yet face a tough interview panel. What do you do then? Do you fumble, ramble or just say the truth? When unprepared with the answer in the

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  • Deciding the right career option
  • Greater demand for CAs
  • Disclose your religion to find job satisfaction

The thought of moving into one's dream home are often too rosy, but the actual process of shifting can be highly stressful. To avoid last minute panic, stay organised and pace your preparations acros....

  • Better drivers worse at texting while driving
  • A big heart sale
  • Making the special day perfect
  • Crafts bazaar to offer Tibetan artisans' products

New York:  Parents could be putting their children's lives at risk if they buy them a cheap and old car, say researchers.     Almost half of teenage drivers killed on US roads in th....

  • Skipping meals make kids obese
  • Music sparks language development in poor kids
  • E-cigarettes exposing rising number of kids to nicotine
  • Unhealthy environment tunes kids' genes for anti-social b...

Best Work-Life Balance in Denmark

According to a report by Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development or OECD Denmark is the country with the best work-life balance. Apparently  India does not come under the 34 memb

  • Holiday heartburn: How to tackle it?
  • Las Vegas Gears Up for New Year
  • Asia Cruise Fund welcomes Hainan, Philippines
  • Keylong in Himachal chills at -9.6 degrees

Lucknow:  Since the times of the nawabs, the city has been known for its delectable street food. While the royals munched on mouth-watering delicacies cooked by their 'khansamas', old Lucknow h....

  • Budweiser most searched beer on Google in 2014
  • McDonalds Shrinking Menu
  • KFC to use Assam hot chillies Bhut Jolokia
  • McDonald's faces french fries shortage

New York:  Not just mothers, even fathers go through hormonal changes as the date of delivery comes closer, finds a study.       Previous studies have shown that men's hormo....

  • Men shop more via smartphones than women
  • Spicy foods boost men's sex drive
  • Gift your loved ones a 3D Christmas tree
  • How to rekindle romance in army couples

Origin of long-standing space mystery solved

London: Researchers from University of Southampton have helped solve a long-standing space mystery - the origin of the “theta aurora”. Auroras are the most visible manifestation of the Sun

  • Swachh Bharat Mission
  • Solid waste management under Swachh Bharat Mission
  • Kashmir freezes; Leh coldest at minus 14
  • Ice Age thaw signalled 1,000 years earlier

The baby Jag is coming to India, albeit not till the second half of 2015. The A4, 3-series and C-Class rival will be the last to be launched. While the rest of the ca....

  • Hyundai & Harley clinch top titles at auto awards
  • Car prices set to climb
  • Hero MotoCorp to sell bikes online via Snapdeal
  • 20,752 units of Ford EcoSport recalled

With the cold weather seeping in, it’s time to update your skincare and beauty regime. You would notice your hands go unnecessarily dry and flaky; almost looking lifeless; honey and coconut oil ....

  • Wild blueberries negate high-fat diet risks
  • How to de-stress at work
  • A hug a day keeps the doctor away
  • Check your weight once a week to lose fat!

Whither reforms drive?

There was no dull moment this week both inside and outside Parliament. In a manner of speaking, the Congress and its new allies in the Opposition should thank the motor mouths in the BJP and the exten...

  • Of protecting human rights
  • Jihad - How Un-Islamic it is
  • Message from KCR
  • Aadhaar as an obstruction

Guntakal (Anantapur): Police nabbed a four-member gang, which was hoodwinking the people, in the name of retrieving the hidden treasure. Many people have fallen prey to the gang in the hope to become ....

  • 40 tonnes of fish found dead
  • Three held for acid attack in Gurgaon
  • Daughter’s Wedding Called Off in a Dowry Case in Ramacha...
  • Sydney conducts anti-terror raids post siege