FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 04, 2015. HYDERABAD, INDIA

Andhra Pradesh View All

INS Dega to play wider role in maritime security
Visakhapatnam: The naval air station INS Dega falling under the Eastern Naval Command of the Indian Navy is all set play a wider role in providing international
Vijayawada’s Padmasree may be Twitter top boss
Vijayawada: The suspense over the choice of Twitter CEO is likely to be cleared after its board meeting to pick up a new boss. And it could well be an Indian he
Thandava Ganesh set to beat Khairatabad idol
Vijayawada: The Ghantasala Venkateswara Rao Government Music and Dance College, the centre of cultural activities in the city, is set to be the main venue of Vi

Telangana View All

Onion prices likely to fall in 10 days
Hyderabad:  Onion prices may not come down soon though the second crop in Telangana was likely to come into the market from October. This is because of hoarding
HC green signal for Ganesh idol immersion in Hussain Sagar...
Hyderabad: A two-judge bench of the High Court at Hyderabad comprising Acting Chief Justice Dilip B Bhosale and Justice SV Bhatt on Thursday gave a green signal
Telangana drug regulations not strong, says DCA chief
Dr Akun Sabharwal said that Pharma City at Mucherla near Mahbubnagar would be coming up and a new DCA office would be set up there for issuing licences Hyderab

POLLS

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

DON'T MISS

Helmet must for vehicle registration

Hyderabad: Regional Transport Authority officials on Thursday took a decision to make helmet compulsory for the persons to get a new two-wheeler registered at the RTA, Hyderabad.

NON STOP

Onion prices likely to fall in 10 days

Hyderabad:  Onion prices may not come down soon though the second crop in Telangana was likely to come into the market from October. This is because of hoarding of stocks by t

WEB EXCLUSIVE

Political storm over KCR’s charter flight

KCR’s VISIT TO CHINA Hyderabad: A political storm seems to be brewing over the decision of the Telangana State Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao’s decision to charter

Ap Capital

Students learn nutrition values

The Department of Applied Nutrition of Sri Durga Malleswara Siddhartha Mahila Kalasala organised an exhibition at its premises, on Thursday, to educate students on nutritional values of food and healt...

  • Mini-Olympiad panel chief appointed
  • The faces of organ donation campaign
  • Patronage of arts a social responsibility, says GDV Prasad...
  • Govt hospital in shambles

Hyderabad Hans

The chaste marble shrine Birla Mandir provided a splendid backdrop for the two-day dance festival conducted by Natya Swara in the weekend. The devotees thronged to see the sparkling Bharatanatyam prog....

  • Brush with colours
  • On human and animal health
  • Bizgaze, the Big Brother of biz world
  • Vanitha bears Chandana trademark

Crime

Hyderabad: A 14-year-old student who was accused of being responsible for the death of his classmate was arrested by Narayanguda police on Thursday.  Shariyal, a 10th class student of St Joseph&r....

  • Jobless youth arrested for attempting robbery
  • Harley Davidson thief identified
  • Bengal tops in crime on railway tracks
  • Delhi: 14-year-old boy hangs self on his birthday

INDIA

Cracks in Janata Parivar

Lucknow/New Delhi: The nascent anti-BJP Grand Alliance on Thursday suffered a blow ahead of the Bihar Assembly polls with Samajwadi Party storming out of it, saying it felt "humiliated" at b

  • A hardcore NDFB(S) militant gunnned down in Kokrajhar
  • Who is Sheena’s father-Upendra Kumar Bora or Siddartha D
  • Centre yet to release relief fund for Assam floods: Gogoi
  • Assam flood claims Three lives. Affect 1.4 million

WORLD

Vijayawada: The suspense over the choice of Twitter CEO is likely to be cleared after its board meeting to pick up a new boss. And it could well be an Indian head at the top. Among the top contenders ....

  • Japan 'disappointed' by Chinese leader's WWII speech
  • Pakistan told US in 2000 it would not push Kashmir in UNSC...
  • Japanese town kickstarts its controversial dolphin hunt
  • At least 13 dead after migrant boat sinks off Malaysia: of...

BUSINESS

However, some macroeconomic imbalances still exist  Washington: Near-term growth prospects remain favourable in India but some macroeconomic imbalances still exist, International Monetary F....

  • Gold falls on sluggish demand
  • Add Quality to Make in India: Suzuki chief
  • Tall claims, but grim reality
  • Mkts recover on value buying

SPORTS

Hyd football gets a foreign touch

Hyderabad: Thursday marks a significant day for the football fraternity in the State, more so for those in Hyderabad. Two ‘avid’ football fans and Wharton School graduates are responding t

  • Paes, Bopanna advance in US Open
  • Atapattu resigns as Lanka coach
  • President XI in doldrums
  • Delhi cops challenge clean chit verdict in IPL spot fixing...

NEWS ANALYSIS

Ahead of the Teachers' Day celebrations, even as the schools in New Delhi and across the country are gearing up for their "Guru Poona Mahotsav," the members of the Central Cabinet began mee....

  • Indian realty sees flat demand in ’16
  • Porn viewing on the rise among women
  • Labour reforms for whose sake and at what cost
  • Right to services: Mark of good governance

TECHNOLOGY

Washington: Twitter is the most popular source for staying updated with breaking news among all the social networking sites, a new survey of nearly 5,000 social media users in US has found.  Near....

  • Google to launch Huawei and LG Nexus phones on September 2...
  • Tata Sky launches transfer set top box
  • Indian War Heroes mobile app launched
  • Samsung launches Galaxy Tab S2 at Rs 39,400

NRI

London: Inspired by roadside dhabas dotting the national highways in India, an Indian-origin chef has opened a Bollywood-themed restaurant in Britain, a media report said. Called Papadoms, the restau....

  • Indian Americans gear up to watch Zakir hussain, Har...
  • NRI scripts super success in Canadian financial sect
  • Bobby Jindal's efforts to stop planned parenthood ch...
  • Man who hurled racist abuse at Indian restaurant sta...

EDUCATION/CAREER

Revenue-share model for marginal oil fields

The Union government on Wednesday took a decision to auction marginal oil and gas fields where discoveries could not be monetised by state-owned explorers ONGC and Oil India because of difficult geolo

  • Scientists find new clues in turtle evolution
  • Feeling blue? You may not perceive colours accurately
  • Forcing teenagers into exercise no good
  • 422 trees per person but no reason to cheer

LIFESTYLE

Violet Street, an online shopping destination that connects lovers of fashion to their favorite boutiques announces the shift in its brand position to that of a marketplace.    Starting of....

  • What your business card says about you?
  • Hyderabad to witness bridal opulence
  • Vidya hails handloom’s elegance
  • Rihanna Beauty Line named Fenty Beauty

PARENTING/KIDS

London:  Researchers have identified the brain regions associated with working memory and mathematics abilities of children who are born prematurely. The findings suggest that magnetic resonance ....

  • Move over fitness apps, here's tooth brushing app for kid...
  • Indian company creates social media for parenting
  • Teach toddlers emotions to help them behave better
  • Researchers find way to predict child's vocabulary

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

London: Inspired by roadside dhabas dotting the national highways in India, an Indian-origin chef has opened a Bollywood-themed restaurant in Britain, a media report said. Called Papadoms, the restau....

  • Goa's wild mushrooms alami perfect monsoon food
  • low-fat snacks you can carry to work
  • Restaurant Review: LeCafe-Novotel Hyderabad
  • Subway Bangalore Restaurant logs highest sales_Sells nearl...

RELATIONSHIP

You may want to send emails to your love interest instead of leaving voice messages as a new study has suggested that doing so can be more effective in expressing romantic feelings.   The botto....

  • Women more prone to clinical anxiety than men
  • 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

ENVIRONMENT

Assam flood claims Three lives. Affect 1.4 million

Guwahati: Unabated floods in Assam claims three more lives on Thursday and affecting around 1.4 million people in the state. Assam State Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA) said in its report that,

  • How wind formed largest dust deposit on Earth
  • Switzerland faces natural risk of earthquake
  • Failed monsoon in AP, Telangana makes Krishna dams dry
  • 90 per cent seabirds have consumed plastic: Study

AUTO

Brompton is going to launch the world's first light up ....

  • Updated Vespa scooter range launched in India
  • Audi introduces new base petrol variant of A3 at 26 lakh
  • India's largest SUV maker Mahindra mulls US debut with sc...
  • Ola ​joins hands with​ Indian Oil to enable fuelling c...

HEALTH

Scientists have discovered that wild blueberry extracts help prevent dental plaque formation and treat severe gum diseases. The findings could lead to reduced use of antibiotics to treat the serious g....

  • Substance in soap may increase miscarriage risk
  • Micro-volume liquid instillation improves drug delivery to...
  • Why India must curb smoking on war footing
  • Vitamin A linked to alcoholic liver disease development

Opinion

A healthy retreat

In a welcome move, the Telangana State government has bowed down to an overwhelming public sentiment. Not only is the decision to abandon the proposed cheap liquor policy a healthy retreat, it is in t...

  • Moving up in the world
  • Reforming the labour
  • Why is AP Assembly so hot, Guru?
  • Modi’s climb down an electoral ploy

Spiritual

Maturity is when you stop trying to change people, and instead focus on improving yourself. Maturity is when you accept people for who they are. Maturity is when you understand that everyone....

  • Morality is not a Solution
  • People have highest spiritual awareness in the morning
  • Thought For The Day
  • Rewrite Your Karma