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Livelihood of idol makers and artisans are at stake as they are hardly receiving any orders for Ganesh festivities this season
The Instagram account 'The Telugu dude' is the brainwave of three youngsters going around the city holding up placards with funny phrases
The pandemic is making students feel they're 'getting detached to studies'
The mask has been designed in such a way that there is sufficient breathing room for its user.
Moughal Arts Decoration House takes customers down memory lane with vintage, antique pieces
Sai Kiran Alagundula and Sai Kiran Rathan have founded a peer to peer recommendations platform to make binge watching eas
Through their ‘Bharat Dekho’ initiative four youngsters from city have been helping vulnerable sections
Gajam Govardhana, Nalgonda-based weaver filed an application for GI tag in 2017 on behalf of Puttapaka handloom cluster.
Intimate ceremonies or virtual weddings seem to be the new normal
At a time when India is fighting Covid-19 pandemic, the worst locust attack in 27 years has become an added concern
Mallika, who believes that design is a truly powerful medium to create an impact in the world, launched her own sustainable fashion brand in 2018.
The Chief Minister is of late turning up for press conferences and review meetings sporting a ‘kanduva’ or ‘sella’ wrapped around his neck and which he uses to cover the lower half of his face as well, instead of using a mask
Karimnagar-based Adesh Ravi's 'No Home' reflects the appalling grief of migrant workers
Production of Bathukamma sarees picks up pace with weavers working round-the-clock
City-based photographers are turning to virtual apps for their photoshoots which are all done inside their homes
Akhil Ennamsetty starts website with friend Stephen Anurag Prathipati to address queries, act on requirements
During this lockdown period, Hyderabad Trails is giving people a 360-degree virtual tour of the historic city on its Twitter handle
Suresh Ediga, a software engineer from the US, has come to the aid of guest workers and their families stranded in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh
Samantha, a transgender woman, who is showing true compassion and grit too, as she lends a helping hand to members of her community by delivering essentials door-to-door.
The 400-year-old art form is being revived by Hyderabad's Dhanalakota family for a unique cause