TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 2015. HYDERABAD, INDIA

Andhra Pradesh View All
govt incurs court’s ire over forcible takeover of land...
Justice SV Bhatt of the High Court at Hyderabad on Monday voiced displeasure in the manner in which the state government (Andhra Pradesh) acquired land in the Y
Notices to Reliance, Mukesh Ambani
Hyderabad: Justice Durga Prasad of the High Court at Hyderabad on Monday ordered notices to Reliance Industries and Mukesh Ambani in connection to acquiring lan
AP on skill mode: To train 2 cr youth in 10 yrs
Hyderabad: With an aim to providing skilled human resources for local as well as global industries, Andhra Pradesh State Skill Development Corporation (APSSDC)

Telangana View All
Somesh Kumars fate to be known today
Hyderabad: The fate of GHMC Special Officer & Commissioner Somesh Kumar would be known on Tuesday. The 1989 batch IAS officer who is making every effort to stay
Conduct GHMC polls by December 15: High Court
Hyderabad: The Hyderabad High Court on Monday directed the Telangana government to hold elections for the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) by Dece
Alphores students secure top ranks
Karimnagar: Students of Alphores Junior Colleges, who stood top by securing highest marks in the first year Inter results, have continued the same tempo in the
POLLS

Is it necessary to rename existing parks that now bear the names of Andhra leaders?

DON'T MISS

No autos on April 30

The Telangana Auto Driver Unions JAC has called for a bandh on April 30 against the implementation of the Road Transport Safety Bill. Union leaders claim that the penalties in the

NON STOP

Nepal quake toll may touch 5,000

Kathmandu: Crisis loomed over quake-hit Nepal on Monday following shortage of food, water, electricity and medicines as fear drove tens of thousands of people out into the open and

WEB EXCLUSIVE

Somesh Kumars fate to be known today

Hyderabad: The fate of GHMC Special Officer & Commissioner Somesh Kumar would be known on Tuesday. The 1989 batch IAS officer who is making every effort to stay put in Telangan

Ap Capital

Meditation classes at Maris Stella College

Isha Foundation will organise meditation classes at Maris Stella College auditorium from April 29 to May 5.   Foundation member Bala Subhramanyam on Monday said that the inaugural session of the ...

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  • Tourism to bank on Krishna River
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Hyderabad Hans

Hyderabad: Yash Joshi, a student of class III, of VIBGYOR High School, Balewadi, Pune secured the first rank in the 17th National Science Olympiad (NSO) at international level conducted by Science Oly....

  • HBS advisory board stresses on societal consciousness
  • Immortal humans may have already been born
  • City speedsters sketch roadmap for success
  • The starry-eyed twinkling twins
Crime

Hyderabad: A major fire broke out in an apartment in Srinagar Colony on Monday evening which created panic among the residents. No casualties were reported. With the timely intervention of the fire pe....

  • 580 gram gold seized at RGIA
  • Ten injured in road accident
  • Caught in the act: Tollywood actress arrested for gambling
  • Why only India is targetted for rapes?
INDIA

40 Indians trapped at Everest Camp I, II

At least 40 Indian mountaineers remained trapped on Monday at Everest Camp I and II, cut off from the Base Camp following avalanches triggered by the massive earthquake two days ago, officials said.

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  • Drunk driving by youth: Court calls for deterrent punishme
  • Modi salutes Nepal's resilience
  • Mr Prime Minister, your words do not match your actions
WORLD

Kathmandu: Crisis loomed over quake-hit Nepal on Monday following shortage of food, water, electricity and medicines as fear drove tens of thousands of people out into the open and the death toll soar....

  • Seven women from Assam die in Nepal quake
  • Terrorist group Islamic State Leader, Baghdadi dead
  • Japan gets bigger as new coastline emerges
  • After losing homes, people in earthquake-hit Nepal face fo...
BUSINESS

A benchmark index for Indian equities, the sensitive index (Sensex) of the Bombay Stock Exchange, closed 260.95 points, or 0.95 percent, down on Monday. The wider 50-scrip Nifty of the National Sto....

  • All MAT tax claims under DTAA to be settled in a month
  • Tourism fetches Rs 3.22 lakh crore foreign exchange in thr...
  • India asks Qatar to lower LNG price to match global slump
  • Surplus mine land would be returned to states: Piyush Goya...
SPORTS

Third win for SRH

Mohali(PTI): Pace spearhead Trent Boult led the way with three wickets after David Warner's brisk half-century laid the foundation as Sunrisers Hyderabad recorded a 20-run win over Kings XI Punj

  • Sachin annoyed with rumours over daughter's film debut
  • Rohit Sharma in contention for Arjuna Award
  • Beer, Barbeque, Cricket at U tropicana Alibaug
  • Mick Schumacher wins his first F4 trophy
NEWS ANALYSIS

Section 8(1)(j) of RTI Act provides that personal information need not be disclosed unless the larger public interest justifies it.  If the information is personal or would amount to invasion of ....

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  • Here is the proof
  • Undertrials form 2/3rds of prisoners
  • Operation Khoj: A lifesaver for destitute children
TECHNOLOGY

USA: CEO Mark Zuckerberg told that the social network have been trying out a new-style notifications tab which gathers material from across the entire website and displays it in one place. The tab wil....

  • Turn selfies into 3D models with this app
  • Weekends best time to promote most apps
  • Shaadi e Khas: Manage weddings digitally
  • Nokia denies return to phone manufacturing
NRI

Citing a shortage of physicians in the US, two lawmakers have introduced a bipartisan legislation to speed-up visa approval for Indian and Pakistani doctors slated to work at US hospitals. Called the....

  • Indian origin scientist at MIT develops Artificial l...
  • Hindus ask health insurers to cover yoga
  • World urged to wholeheartedly support Nepal
  • Kavlakuntla Kavitha woos Chicago NRIs to invest in T...
EDUCATION/CAREER

Hunar Se Rozgar Tak

Over 1.94 lakh persons have been trained up to March 31, 2015,  under the programme ‘Hunar Se Rozgar Tak’ (HSRT) of the Ministry of Tourism. The Ministry of Tourism launched the speci

  • Oh my word Mistrust, Distrust
  • Ethics and professional sales management
  • The opportunity called failure
  • NASA spy telescopes to decode mysterious dark energy
LIFESTYLE

The popular photo-sharing site Instagram has announced it will allow photos of breastfeeding, stretch marks or post-mastectomy scarring, media reports said.   Under pressure from the online com....

  • Indian apparels at Wimbledon
  • Rituals to keep you productive all day long
  • Dos and Don'ts in the event of Earthquake
  • 8 skin care essentials for summer backpackers
PARENTING/KIDS

The stranger in the garden Once upon a time there was a man who had a big garden. He had planted many fruit trees and cared for them till they bear fruits. Now he wanted to pick up the fruits and sel....

  • Smartphones and tablets: a babys new toys
  • Smileys make children eat more healthy food
  • Standing desks make students more attentive
  • Babies as young as 6 months tapping on smartphones before ...
TRAVEL

Soul Safari: The demon divine

On my recent visit to Manali, a hill station at an altitude of 2050 meters in Himachal Pradesh, someone suggested that I visit Hadimba Temple. Knowing that Hadimba was born into a Rakshas (Demon) fami

  • The demon divine...
  • Happiest country in the world? Switzerland of course!...
  • Movies to promote Kerala's tourist hotspots...
  • Holiday in Thailand for Rs 40,000...
FOOD

A new study has revealed that smaller plates don't always lead to smaller portions while eating, particularly for overweight teens. Psychiatry professor Lance Bauer said that it has been assumed t....

  • Telangana delegates treated to a Royal feast at the TRS pl...
  • Ragi Buttermilk Drink
  • Cool off with these traditional drinks!
  • Super protein toast recipe
RELATIONSHIP

People are likely to cheat on a task in favour of their self-interest only when the situation provides them enough room to save their face, says a study. To maintain the idea that we are moral people....

  • 4 hour reunion: Estranged lovers meet at Hyderabad hotel
  • People who have more sex earn better
  • Stereotypes make bisexuals keep orientation under wraps
  • Girls go through more emotional troubles than boys
ENVIRONMENT

All you need to know about acid rain

Acid rain refers to any precipitation (rain, fog, mist, snow) that is more acidic than normal. Acid rain is caused by atmospheric pollution from acidic gases such as sulphur dioxide and oxides of nitr

  • Kashmir students take up PM Modi's Swachh Bharat Abhiyan
  • Nepal loses cultural shine post devastating earthquake
  • Rain, snow expected in Tibet post Nepal earthquake
  • How earthquakes happen
AUTO

According to recent reports from Italy, Italian suspen....

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  • Royal Enfield set to become world No. 1 in mid-size motorc...
  • Its official! Hexa is the next gen Aria
  • Ssangyong Rexton W gets new top variant
HEALTH

Millions of people are dying from easily treatable conditions like appendicitis, fractures or obstructed labour because they either have no access or cannot afford proper surgical care, a significant ....

  • New discovery to make cancer less painful
  • Depression does not lead to violent behaviour
  • First HIV Self-Testing Kit Goes on Sale in United Kingdom
  • New insight into how brain makes memories
Opinion

Rahul Re-oriented

The Congress unveils a revised and enlarged edition of Rahul Gandhi who would soon take the mantle from his mother Rahul Gandhi treks the foothills of Himalayas to offer prayers at the holy shrine. C...

  • The Himalayan tragedy
  • A chequered odyssey
  • Keep it neutral
  • Yechury euphoria in media
Spiritual

A human being is constantly longing to be something more than what he is right now. If he knows only money, he is thinking of a little more money; if he knows power, a little more power; if he knows l....

  • Be Grateful to things in life, Say Thank You
  • How to handle negativity: The Healer within by Sister Shiv...
  • Purging the mind of ego: Ramanujacharya Jayanti
  • Control the tongue with double care