- UoH courses in high demand
UoH received a record high number of 58,034 applications for various courses. The registrations witnessed 32 per cent increase in comparison with 44,000 applications last year. The highest number of applications was received from Telangana with 19,009 followed by Kerala with 6,515 and AP with 5,918.
- ‘Digitise complaints registered at stations’
Hyderabad: As a step towards checking corruption at police stations, the government should digitise all the complaints registered with every police station, said High Court advocate Gopal Krishna Kalanidhi.Speaking to presspersons here on Sunday, Kalanidhi also presented 22 persons who claimed to be victims of marital offences and other ca
- Penalties levied for illegal slaughtering
Hyderabad: The GHMC levied Rs 2,000 penalty, besides prosecuting an individual for illegal slaughtering in a residential area near Sunnam Cheruvu in Allapur division on Sunday.GHMC officials confiscated 60 kgs of beef and one buffalo hide from the location. Officials said residents had lodged a complaint about illegal slaughtering in the area,
- UoH organises job fair
Hyderabad: The University of Hyderabad (UoH) on Saturday organised job fair on the campus. A total of 119 students of 214 who had registered have turned for the fair.The companies including Oakridge International School, Info E Search, Triveni Schools, JustDial Limited, GVK Biosciences Pvt. Limited, Next Education Pvt. Limited, HAB IT Solutions
- Free UPSC coaching for minorities in Hyderabad
Hyderabad: The Centre for Educational Development of Minorities (CEDM) has invited applications from eligible candidates of minority communities for admissions into free coaching programme for Union Public Service Commission Civil Services Examination 2018.The applicants will be selected based on merit in the screening test which is schedu
- Three year old killed in road accident
Hyderabad: A three-and-half-year old boy died and three others of the family suffered injuries after their car, which was parked on the roadside, was hit by a TSRTC rural service bus at Raikal Toll Plaza, under Shadnagar police station limits here on Sunday.According to the police, Ambriya Nayak (32) and R Sumithra (28), along with their two ch
- Three held in Hyderabad for cheating
Hyderabad: Kukatpally police, on Sunday, arrested three persons, including a sub-registrar, on charges of allegedly illegally transferring the ownership of government lands to a private party thereby incurring a loss of nearly Rs.580 crore to the revenue department.According to police, the suspects identified as Rachakonda Srinivasa Rao (56) wa
- Need to rely on better technology: PSC chairman
Hyderabad: Prof Ghanta Chakrapani, Chairman, Standing Committee of National Conference of Chairmen of State Public Service Commissions said there was a need to adopt modern technology for conducting recruitment examinations.Prof Chakrapani, also chairman of Telangana State Public Service Commission (TSPSC), said he would take initiatives to ens
Fresh tenders to be floated for GHMC digital door numbers
Based on earlier tender only two companies had filed their bids, one was rendered ineligible.
Wigs still the mane thing
“At Wig Designs, we prepare wigs from human hair and have intricate hairlines that blend into the skin,” he says, adding that the firm procures original hair from various temples in Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, and Tamil Nadu including Tirumala and Yadagiri.