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Cherlapally in dire need of bus sheds

Cherlapally in dire need of bus sheds

Dec 01,2017 , 10:16 PM IST | Hyderabad Tab
The residents of Cherlapally, who are dependent on public transport, have been facing severe problems for the last six years due to lack of proper bus sheds
Sheer Highhandedness!

Sheer Highhandedness!

Nov 30,2017 , 11:08 PM IST | Hyderabad Tab
The recent visit of Ivanka Trump saw the city getting a makeover. The city administration transformed the roads by repairing potholes and re-carpeting them in many parts of the city
Cherlapally residents cry foul over wine shop; police deny trouble in area

Cherlapally residents cry foul over wine shop; police deny trouble in area

Nov 29,2017 , 10:30 PM IST | Hyderabad Tab
For the past four years, residents here are living in the shadow of the menace that comes with a wine shop situated on the main road.
Telangana to rent prison cells to other states

Telangana to rent prison cells to other states

Nov 25,2017 , 03:20 AM IST | Telangana
The Telangana State Prisons Department has hit upon a new idea to generate a revenue of Rs 25 crore for the state exchequer. It wants to rent out its space to prisoners from other states for a price of Rs 10,000 per month per prisoner.

Snakes, scorpions and more!

Nov 16,2017 , 10:11 PM IST | Hyderabad Tab
For years now, residents in Cherlapally battled poisonous snakes, scorpions and other animals that roam freely in the area. The streets present a lifeless image with weeds growing wildly everywhere, and little to no human activity in the evening owing to the dangers posed on account of the animals. Call it ignorance or highhandedness of the GHMC, but living standards here are one of the worst in t
Secunderabad PG College set for a makeover

Secunderabad PG College set for a makeover

Nov 16,2017 , 10:08 PM IST | Hyderabad Tab
In a major move to beautify the campus and provide more space for learning to the students of PG College Secunderabad, the Vice-Chancellor of the Osmania University Professor S Ramachandram has sanctioned the construction of an Academic Building, a project costing worth Rs 7.5 crore.
Open plots turn dump yards

Open plots turn dump yards

Nov 14,2017 , 12:35 AM IST | Hyderabad Tab
Negligence from civic bodies reached another low here as residents reported living in constant stink, thanks to the open plots that turned dump yards. The ignorance of the GHMC Sanitation Department to maintain the cleanliness is posing major threats on health to the residents for the past 15 years. 
Overflowing nalas worry residents for 15 years

Overflowing nalas worry residents for 15 years

Nov 10,2017 , 02:03 AM IST | Hyderabad Tab
In a major case of civic negligence, people here are living in a continued state of stink for the past 15 years emitted by the open drains. What’s more? The authorities seem to be “uninformed” about the situation, despite the residents’ claim that they submitted several complaints regarding the matter.
Wine shops causing hell of a mess to people

Wine shops causing hell of a mess to people

Nov 04,2017 , 10:33 AM IST | East Zone
 With wine shops cropping up in every nook and corner of the city and people indulging in irresponsible drinking, the nuisance that follows drunkards is becoming quite common.
Chhath puja begins with piety, enthusiasm

Chhath puja begins with piety, enthusiasm

Oct 27,2017 , 05:29 AM IST | Telangana
Chhath puja, an important Hindu festival celebrated twice a year in the form of Chaithi Chhath Puja (March-April) and Karthik Chhath puja (October-November), is being celebrated with enthusiasm and piety in several pockets of Secunderabad having sizeable numbers of people belonging to Bihari communities.
Keyes High School goes solar

Keyes High School goes solar

Oct 17,2017 , 02:35 AM IST | Telangana
Learning becomes a lot easier for students at schools when teachers opt for live illustrations. Setting standards, the Keyes High School in Secunderabad utilises Solar cells to electrify the school premises and is the only school in the area which functions on solar electricity.
Food trucks a hit with Mettuguda residents

Food trucks a hit with Mettuguda residents

Oct 10,2017 , 04:09 AM IST | Telangana
The mobile food trucks serving mouth-watering delicacies, which are a hit among IT professionals at Madhapur, have now found their way to Mettuguda. The food trucks which are a huge hit with the IT professionals have seen a surge in the recent days with many such trucks operating from various parts of the twin cities. The food trucks at Mettuguda, where middle-class families rule the roost, have r
Former cop on a mission to increase greenery

Former cop on a mission to increase greenery

Oct 03,2017 , 02:22 AM IST | Telangana
In a country where a cop is the synonymous for fear, it is surprising to see some of those khaki-clad, baton yielding policemen nurturing plants and cosying up with Mother Nature. While fighting various instruments of terror and anti-social elements with grit, risking his own life and leaving his near and dear with butterflies on their stomachs, this policeman still found time to plant trees and p
Residents’ resourcefulness replenishes dried up wells

Residents’ resourcefulness replenishes dried up wells

Sep 26,2017 , 02:09 AM IST | Telangana
Bore-wells getting dried up in the city has become a common scenario. The two major reasons cited for the scarcity of water in the city (according to records, there is almost 42 percent of water scarcity in the twin cities) are: wastage of water and no proper measure being taken to conserve the same.
A lensman who mesmerised Nizams & Britishers alike

A lensman who mesmerised Nizams & Britishers alike

Sep 24,2017 , 02:50 AM IST | Telangana
Moments in life forms the base of anybody’s emotions. Hence, it is important to keep refreshing them from time to time. And the best way to capture these moments is by photography. Ever thought when photography came to India? How did it grow in India? Who patronised and promoted it in our country?
K V Padmini: A pedagogue par excellence

K V Padmini: A pedagogue par excellence

Sep 22,2017 , 02:39 AM IST | Telangana
Old order changeth yielding place to the new’, goes the adage. In this era of globalisation and developing technology, people seem to have forgotten their roots from where they have grown. But as they say, time may come and go but the foundation which made you grow in life would remain as it is, waiting for you to come back and thank them once day for their contribution in your life.
Bharat Yatra targets to gather 10 cr youth

Bharat Yatra targets to gather 10 cr youth

Sep 22,2017 , 02:08 AM IST | Telangana
Bharat Yatra which has been launched by Nobel laureate Kailash Satyarthi proposes to gather hundred million youth to be the spokesperson against the child abuse, because it is they who can understand the pulse of the society better and can bring about a constructive change by reaching out to the masses.
BSS plans grand Durga Pooja at Keyes High School grounds

BSS plans grand Durga Pooja at Keyes High School grounds

Sep 21,2017 , 04:52 AM IST | Telangana
The BangiyaSanskritikSangha is all set to celebrate its 52nd Durga Pooja at Keyes High School grounds. The BangiyaSanskritik Sangha is a Bengali committee which comprises of around 1600 life members and 1200 ordinary members (Both Bengali and Non- Bengali). Subrata Ganguly, the general secretary told The Hans India, ``Every year, we celebrate Durgra Pooja and the people here participate with
Secunderabad’s oldest dargah manifests Sufi culture

Secunderabad’s oldest dargah manifests Sufi culture

Sep 19,2017 , 03:37 AM IST | Telangana
If adventure is your passion and you love exploring new habitats every time you visit a place, a trip to Secunderabad is something which you should look for to materialise your dream. Every time you visit this city, a new exciting story gets unfolded in front of you.
Nizam’s wife gifted first bus service to Secunderabad

Nizam’s wife gifted first bus service to Secunderabad

Sep 15,2017 , 04:49 AM IST | Telangana
Secunderabad has occupied a prominent place in the history, particularly the period pertaining to British and Nizam rule. Every corner of this city has its own charm, and the best part is if you want to know more about this place, all what you have to do is just go out in the crowd and feel its warmth.
Keying up the knowledge-hungry

Keying up the knowledge-hungry

Sep 12,2017 , 04:18 AM IST | Telangana
Though originally set up as an army camp by the British way back in 1806, Secunderabad has its own distinct culture as a cosmopolitan township that is way different from its twin – Hyderabad – on the other side of Hussainsagar lake.
A 120-year-old sweet saga

A 120-year-old sweet saga

Sep 08,2017 , 04:26 AM IST | Telangana
Every corner of Secunderabad has a history of its own, be it the Clock Tower which was installed by the British to commemorate their achievements, the Lepakshi Emporium at Minerva Complex, which represents the art and culture of Telangana State or the statue of Mother Teresa near the Keyes High School, which is meant to pay respects to the departed soul.
Malkajgiri’s thoroughfares in bad shape

Malkajgiri’s thoroughfares in bad shape

Sep 05,2017 , 02:29 AM IST | Telangana
Despite tall claims by the municipal authorities that the city roads are being relaid, repaired and restructured in order to facilitate commuters to have effortless vehicular traffic, the fact remains to be the other way round, in many parts of the city.
Spiritual side of Secunderabad

Spiritual side of Secunderabad

Sep 05,2017 , 02:03 AM IST | Telangana
Secunderabad has oldest religious centres, which shows its secular character. It is unity in diversity. Be it Christmas, Eid, Navaratri celebrations or any other festival, Secunderabad ensures everybody is soaked in the festive mood and celebrate the same with much fervour.

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