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Metro rail in Vijayawada, Vizag by 2019
Both Vijayawada and  Visakhapatam rail network will be completed by 2019, says DMRC direcor Sharma whose Delhi Metro Rail Corporation and its legendy MD Sridhar
Chandrababu to lay foundation for Pattiseema Project tomorrow...
Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu will lay the foundation stone for the Pattiseema lift irrigation project in Godavari district tomorrow.   T
Chandrababu takes Delhi Metro ride
Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu on Saturday said that Metro rails were the future mode of fast passenger transportation as it saved time but als

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Hyderabad Metro Rail still damaging heritage structures?...
Contrary to Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao's declaration that heritage structures in Hyderabad would not be touched in the Metro works, many herit
Photos: Seetharama Kalyanam at Bhadrachalam
The  pix of  Seetharamana kalyanam at  Bhdrachalam          
Dry day ups sale of liquor in black in Telangana
The last two weeks have been a major  eye sore  for liquor guzzlers with more and more dry days over the week ends. Last week, it was polling for MLC seats, Uga

IAS officer DK Ravi's death: Do you smell a conspiracy?


Air India flight to London not hijacked: Govt

New Delhi: Air India and aviation authorities on Saturday termed as false claims of a security scare onboard a recent Delhi-bound Air India flight from London. Nothing unusual w


IRNSS 1D set for launch today

Sullurpet (Nellore): The countdown began on Thursday at 5.49 a.m. for the launch of the fourth Indian Regional Navigational Satellite System (IRNSS-1D) from the Satish Dhawan India

  • Talasani's continuation in Cabinet opposed
    Hyderabad: The Telangana Congress Legislature Party has strongly objected to the continuation of Talasani Srinivas Yadav as Commercial Taxes Minister in the State Cabinet without r More...
  • YSRCP withdraws no trust notice
    Hyderabad: YSR Congress Party on Friday withdrew the notice for no-confidence motion against Assembly Speaker K Sivaprasada Rao. As a result, the special session that has been conv More...

Veena Vani surgery to cost 10 cr

Niloufer hospital seeks govt help Hyderabad: The much-awaited surgery to separate the conjoined twins, Veena and Vaani, will become a reality if the TRS government agrees to bear

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Free seminar for bank job aspirants

Sri Maheswari College for Competitive Exams will organise an awareness seminar at its campus in Kodandarami Reddy Street on Monday to educate bank job aspirants on the recent changes in conduct of the...

  • Techno-cultural & sports fest Nirulotsav-2k15 underway
  • Intl Humanist Award for Lavanam
  • Effective policing needs public cooperation
  • Disability doesn’t deter this swimmer
Hyderabad Hans

Hyderabad: Students of the first batch of MBBS (2010) of Dr VRK Women's Medical College at Aziznagar in Ranga Reddy district, gave outstanding performance this year, with 95 per cent of them passing ....

  • Technical fest at HITAM
  • UOH professors bag laurels
  • New jumping spider with mating plug discovered
  • Earliest humans ranged from short to tall body size

India turns to 'satellite god' for crop mapping

Sher Singh, a farmer from Rajasthan, prays to Varuna, the Hindu god of water, for a bountiful harvest. Now, he is also looking to the heavens for satellite imaging to boost his cro

  • Coalgate: SC to hear Manmohan plea on April 1
  • President Pranab Mukherjee to present Bharat Ratna to form...
  • Modi greets Bangladesh on Independence Day
  • Delhi govt asks IT ministry to block Uber, Ola mobile apps...

Air India flight to London not hijacked: Govt

New Delhi: Air India and aviation authorities on Saturday termed as false claims of a security scare onboard a recent Delhi-bound Air India flight from London. Nothing unusual was reported on the f

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  • The rich must give up LPG subsidy: Modi
  • Remo wants people to defy kissing ban
  • Will you have fun with me? Immigration officer asks Bengal

United Nations: UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said on Friday that religious minorities remain highly vulnerable since the Islamic State (IS) affiliated groups are targeting minorities and attacking....

  • Syria trio's London school linked to more girls trying to...
  • Saudi blogger views survival of 50 lashes as miracle: repo...
  • British students entering sex trade to pay debts
  • Superbugs could kill a million Chinese a year: Economist

Washington: US economic growth decelerated in the fourth quarter of 2014 and is likely to slow further in the first quarter of 2015 despite robust consumer spending, the US Commerce Department said on....

  • SpiceJet flight cancellations likely: Know why
  • Global launches project Sheltrex for Xeco Group
  • Lifestyle launches new collection
  • Java Plum unveils hand bags

Saina Nehwal is No 1 in World Baddminton

Hyderabadi shuttler Saina Nehwal is the first Indian woman to become world number one even before her Indian Open semifinal against Japan's Yui Hashimoto. She got the edge to become the the No. 1

  • Who next for Australia after Michael Clarke?
  • Dhoni against domestic cricket
  • Cricket World Cup final: New Zealand team unchanged
  • Michael Clarke to quit ODIs after World Cup final

According to Puranas, at one time Ganga had its abode in swarga [heaven]. Due to which, only devas [gods] had the privilege of enjoying the benefits of its sacred water, while the common people living....

  • India must be wary of Tamil extremism in Sri Lanka
  • A very ostrich mentality
  • Worrying tales of worst cops
  • Middle East torn by sectarian conflict

Baikonur (Kazakhstan): Two Russians and an American floated into the International Space Station on March 29, beginning what is to be a year away from Earth for two of them. Mikhail Kornienko and Scot....

  • Olympus launches the E-M5 Mark II, its latest mirror-less ...
  • Facebook launches new mobile app analytics tool
  • RCom can provide 4G pan-India
  • Router malware injects ads, pornographic content into webs...

New Delhi/Thiruvananthapuram: Two ships have set sail to Yemen to bring back stranded Indians, including a good number of Keralites, from the war-torn Arab country, said Chief Minister Oommen Chandy o....

  • Obama honours Indian-American scientist
  • Indian held in forced labour in Australia to get $14
  • Heathrow Airport warns PIA for violating UK laws
  • Exploring God through multi-faith lens in Nevada

Don't wait for opportunity, create it!

If opportunity doesn’t knock, build a door. ~Milton Berle   Many job seekers may think that I'm crazy when I say this: Don't wait for an opportunity to come by; create it yourself. Some

  • Maritime Silk Route
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  • All IndiaSeminar on
  • Networking mistakes you must avoid

The Lakme Fashion Week summer-resort 2015 celebrated 15 years of Fashion in Mumbai where Designers presented a youthful and playful flavour on the runway. LFW is one of the renowned fashion weeks of I....

  • Your checklist for Spring-summer wardrobe
  • Anushka Sharma turns bride for 7UP Ad
  • McDonald's launches fashion line
  • JJ Valaya gives Russian touch to Indian attire

Washington: Though there may be a decline in cigarette smoking, a new study had claimed that now hookah has become a popular trend amongst high school seniors. The study by University of Waterloo foun....

  • The hans story time
  • Kids from educated households have better IQ levels
  • The hans story time
  • Bottled breast milk harms babies' health


Well! Less than $9, seems unbelievable but it’s true in San Francisco. The city has fun in store for the budget-conscious traveler. Here’s nine fun ways to experience San Francisco city wi

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  • World's top tourist attraction goes to Las Vegas Strip
  • Noida not Agra chosen for tourism varsity

FOOD FOR THOUGHT Applications still under scrutiny Plan to issue permanent cards at a nominal fee  Commission hike for ration shop owners under govt study Hyderabad: Finance Minister Eatala R....

  • Mega Food Park underway
  • Toppings from the top chef
  • Of 'Shab Deg', home-reared roosters and grandma's magic...

Melbourne:  Across a number of faiths and cultures, people tend to date and marry others who share their religious beliefs. This is due to inferences about religious people's personalities, reve....

  • People are wired to get over romantic break ups
  • Woman to marry tree after satisfied sex
  • Active men have better erectile and sexual function
  • Love begins to pour when men come home

Earth Hour: IAF to switch off lights

New Delhi: In support of action against climate change, Air Force installations across the country will switch off all non-essential lights for one hour on Saturday to mark the Earth Hour. The nint

  • Protect forests using technology, says Environment ministe...
  • How honeybees fight off infection
  • Migratory birds bid adieu to Kashmir Valley
  • Stem cells behave as people in a society

American two-wheeler maker UM Motorcycles made its Indian debut at the 2014 Auto Expo showcasing a range of products right from naked to cruiser motorcycles that will....

  • Face off: Bajaj Pulsar RS200 vs Yamaha YZF-R15 vs Honda CB...
  • Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet, CLS 250 CDI Coupe launche...
  • Slowdown hits Ford’s India plans
  • ML rechristened as GLE, Merc unveils facelifts

New York: In a first, researchers have designed a fully implantable micropacemaker for use in a foetus with complete heart block.   Reported in the journal Heart Rhythm, the micropacemaker has ....

  • Sleeplessness or over sleeping can kill you
  • Depressed? Try roseroot herb for relief
  • We Need to Rethink What Safe Water Means
  • Hookah harmful than cigarettes

Going down sans a fight

Both the bowlers and batsmen played stellar roles till the quarterfinals only to perish quite illogically when confronting the most formidable team of the championship There was no Sydney opera for t...

  • A monumental task
  • Up in the air
  • Wages of vague communication
  • Section 66A goes

Dubai: A court in Dubai has sentenced two Pakistani workers to jail for raping an Indian man after serving him food spiked with liquor, according to a media report.   The Dubai Court of First I....

  • Sri Lanka President Sirisena's brother dies post axe atta...
  • Drunk Deloitte HR mows down Infosys employee near Gachibow...
  • Auditor in ACB net
  • Kona Venkat, Danayya robbed at Knife Point near Shadnagar