THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 03, 2015. HYDERABAD, INDIA

Andhra Pradesh View All

Centre yet to come to AP’s aid: Yanamala
Hyderabad: The Centre was yet to fulfill the assurances it had given under the AP State Reorganisation Act, said Finance Minister Yanamala Ramakrishnudu. It was
Kodela reprimands YSRCP members
Hyderabad: Violating the assembly rules, the YSRCP members on Wednesday stormed into the well of the House with photos of former Chief Minister Y S Rajasekhara
Roja pulled up for disruption
Hyderabad: Upset over frequent interruption of the proceedings by indulging in sort of running commentary on each and every issue in the State Assembly, Speaker

Telangana View All

Liquor policy withdrawal: Cong claims credit
Hyderabad:  The Congress party has taken credit over the government’s decision to reverse its decision to make available cheap liquor though outlets. In a state
RTC services in city to be funded by GHMC
Hyderabad: In what can be seen as a lifeline decision for State-owned Road Transport Corporation, the Telangana government has decided to hand over maintenance
CM urges Haj pilgrims to pray for State
Deputy CM flags off the first Haj flight from RGIA  Hyderabad: Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao said that he had a dream of developing the Telangana Stat

POLLS

YS Jagan's remarks against Babu in AP Assembly justified?

DON'T MISS

Last date for filing I-T returns extended to Sept 7

New Delhi: The Union government on Tuesday extended the last date for filing Income-Tax returns by a week to September 7.  "Due date for filing Income-Tax returns extende

NON STOP

500, 1000 notes to be fake proof

New Delhi: In order to fight the menace of Fake Indian Currency Notes (FICN), the Union government has approved introduction of seven new security features and the project is likel

WEB EXCLUSIVE

Abhay Joshi from OU secures IET National Scholarship Award

Hyderabad: The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) announced the winners of its prestigious Scholarship Award. Abhay Joshi from Matrusri Engineering College, affil

Ap Capital

RPF rededicates itself to passenger safety

The Railway Protection Force (RPF) celebrated its 59th Raising Day at the Railway Stadium on Wednesday. Divisional Railway Manager (DRM) Ashok Kumar was the chief guest at the event.  Speaking...

  • Fans celebrate Pawan's birthday with pomp
  • Amaravati Trade Fair from Saturday
  • KVSR principal bags Best Researcher Award
  • Monkey menace tackled

Hyderabad Hans

South Central Railway will permanently augment two trains by attaching two additional general second chair car coaches to the Kacheguda-Akola-Kacheguda Intercity Express. Train No. 17639 / 17640 ....

  • Mahavir Harina Vanasthali National Park
  • Loyalty to Ola gets you free WiFi
  • Spirit of Janmashtami in Telugu states
  • City gears up for Daan Utsav

Crime

Incident comes to light following a complaint by a software company managing director Accused got letterheads of reputed companies printed and stamps made to secure visas  Hyderab....

  • PDS rice diversion: 4 arrested
  • Law student arrested in EdCet scam
  • 14 day custody for drug smuggler
  • Class X student dies after a clash with mate

INDIA

Modi’s new oil policy to fuel political heat

New Delhi: On a day when the nation witnessed general strike to protest against reform policies, Narendra Modi government came out with a new policy in the hydrocarbon sector which is likely to raise

  • Kalburgi murder part of larger conspiracy: Congress
  • 70 school children taken ill after mid-day meal in Lucknow
  • Bharat Bandh's impact on the states
  • Strike hits normal life in Goa

WORLD

Islamabad: At least three policemen were shot dead and six injured in an attack by militants in Pakistan's Peshawar city on Wednesday. "A contingent of police was carrying out a search operat....

  • Six suspected militants in Pakistan killed by US drone air...
  • New York woman delivers baby in the backseat of Uber car
  • A Time For Some Summer Levity: A Conversation Between Neta...
  • Six killed Pakistan suicide blast

BUSINESS

Hyderabad: More than 100 companies from analytical, contracting, biotechnology and quality control sectors participated in PharmaLytica 2015, the the two-day pharma trade show and conference which got....

  • 69 oil fields put on block
  • Markets end 13-month low
  • 500, 1000 notes to be fake proof
  • Last date for filing I-T returns extended to Sept 7

SPORTS

Boxer Satish in Asian semis

Bangkok: Satish Kumar (+91kg) entered the semifinals to book himself a medal and a World Championship berth even as two other Indians fell by the wayside on a bitter-sweet day for the country's boxer

  • Tsurenko crushes Safarova
  • Washington scalps seven, Suman, Mukund slam tons
  • Advani flays Centre’s bias for elite events
  • Windies' Dwayne Bravo receives Hummingbird Medal

NEWS ANALYSIS

Bankers and investors in India had previously hoped for a bumper year for IPOs, with 13 companies already having listed so far this year - the most since 2011 Mumbai: A lukewarm response to two small....

  • India ignores $16-bn smoking-led health crisis
  • Capital development paradox in AP
  • Modi needs to emulate harbinger of reforms
  • Publicity seeking public feed the news-hungry media

TECHNOLOGY

London: An app that makes brushing teeth fun for youngsters improves dental hygiene of users, reports a new study. This free toothbrush timer app named “Brush DJ” plays music for two ....

  • Intex, Microsoft collaborate for free cloud storage on sma...
  • Microsoft Cortana for Windows 10 now available in India
  • Gionee F103 launched at 9,999
  • Instagram adds new features to take on Snapchat

NRI

New York: An Indian American professor from Duke University is set to be presented with the “2015 SMS Emerging Scholar Award” from Illinois-based Strategic Management Society (SMS). Aaron ....

  • Three arrested in Delhi for extorting from NRIs
  • Young Indo-Canadian boxer beats champion
  • Indian American entrepreneur conferred 'Pride of Ind...
  • Declining growth of Sikhs in India due to conversion...

EDUCATION/CAREER

Oh my word Check, Cheque, Checkered, Chequered

Artworks on a chequered canvas (not canvass)?  During the British rule in India, many Indian kings and princess surrendered to the British because they were (literally) checkmated! Check has many

  • Male seahorse nourishes baby like human mom
  • How wind formed largest dust deposit on Earth
  • Self driving golf carts a competition to Google car?
  • Ancient cold period gives new insight into future

LIFESTYLE

Nizanta, a premium brand of handcrafted jewellery has launched ‘The Nizam Collection’ inspired by the royal Nizam families with an aim to create innovatively crafted modern designer orname....

  • Bringing Europe to India
  • In love? Drop an e-mail and woo your girl
  • Bollywood celebrities deny endorsing online shopping porta...
  • Indian designer to organise fashion show in Geneva

PARENTING/KIDS

Chennai: With families going nuclear, young Indian parents increasingly face the challenge of parenting their offspring properly, said a top official of a social media parenting platform company. &quo....

  • Teach toddlers emotions to help them behave better
  • Researchers find way to predict child's vocabulary
  • Single mothers worse off than single fathers
  • Exposure to childhood abuse makes moms less confident

TRAVEL

Dharamsala a must visit tourist hotspot

Think Dharamsala and the first name that comes to your mind is definitely Mcleodgunj. The upper Dharamsala is referred to as McLeodgunj — this is not just the hub of tourist activity, but also h

  • Australia launches selfie service to attract tourists
  • Resplendent Toronto
  • Delhi hosts festival to promote north east films, culture
  • Shopping in California is a unique experience

FOOD

It is always convenient to munch on crackers or readymade snacks when you are hungry. But just a few mouthfuls of these fat and calorie laden food items, have the potential to topple your entire day'....

  • Restaurant Review: LeCafe-Novotel Hyderabad
  • Subway Bangalore Restaurant logs highest sales_Sells nearl...
  • Restaurant Review: Rawat Misthan Bhandar Jaipur for onion ...
  • Contemporary twist to sushi in a rustic 'Town Hall'

RELATIONSHIP

Women living in poor areas in Britain are almost twice as likely to develop clinical anxiety as women in richer areas, finds a new study to assess the impact of socio-economic factors on mental health....

  • Why men hunt for slim women as life partners
  • Covert sexism kills working women's self-esteem too
  • Women more flexible, adaptive in sexual identity than men
  • Why it's good to cry

ENVIRONMENT

Failed monsoon in AP, Telangana makes Krishna dams dry

Hyderabad: This year might go down in history as the worst year that both the states have ever seen as far as water inflows into their dams are concerned. August is over and not a drop a drop of water

  • 90 per cent seabirds have consumed plastic: Study
  • Blind spot in human eye can be 'shrunk'
  • Coming soon: 2000 MW solar park in Tumakuru
  • Second hottest summer in Austria on record

AUTO

Bangalore: This Raksha Bandhan, thousands of driver partners on Ol....

  • Maruti Suzuki Ciaz Smart Hybrid features, mileage
  • Mahindra XUV500 Automatic to be launched in January 2016
  • Skoda launches anniversary edition Rapid
  • Maruti Suzuki launches hybrid Ciaz priced Rs 8.23 lakh onw...

HEALTH

Counteracting alcohol's effect on vitamin A levels in the liver may lead to novel treatments for alcoholic liver disease, suggests new research. In particular, the research found that chronic alcohol....

  • Loyalty to Ola gets you free WiFi
  • Premature babies less affluent in adulthood
  • Fat hormone pushes you to run that extra mile
  • Hackathon Carnival at India Gadget Expo

Opinion

Moving up in the world

In winning an away Test series against Sri Lanka, the Virat Kohli-led Team India has rendered more positives than merely ending a 22-year jinx in the island-nation. The biggest cheer ought to go for t...

  • Reforming the labour
  • Why is AP Assembly so hot, Guru?
  • Modi’s climb down an electoral ploy
  • Failing to check falling standards

Spiritual

India as a culture has no morality at all. We never focused on morals and ethics in this country. If you go to the Western countries, they have a rigid sense of morality. In this country, we have no s....

  • People have highest spiritual awareness in the morning
  • Thought For The Day
  • Rewrite Your Karma
  • Divinity is beyond expressions and explanations