- Jagadish Reddy to participate in flag post installation ceremony in Sabarimala
Hyderabad: Energy Minister G Jagadish Reddy led a delegation of VIPs from Telangana, to participate in the Dwajasthambham Prathishta (flag post installation) ceremony at Sri Ayyappa Swamy temple in Sabarimala on Monday.They were welcomed by the temple authorities. Ministers, legislators, officials and other important persons from both the Telug
- BJP wants chapter on Emergency period in school books
Hyderabad: Freedom should be exercised within democractic parameters of the Indian Constitution, but not at the cost of it and the Emergency period of 1975 is a reminder of this fact, said Union Minister for Municipal Administration M Venkaiah Naidu.He was addressing a meeting on 'Resurgence-Black days during Emergency 1975' organised by the Hy
- Hyderabad: 12 held in raids on gutka units
Hyderabad: In two separate incidents, Rachakonda police arrested 12 persons for allegedly manufacturing gutka and seized tobacco products worth Rs 15 lakh in Hyderabad on Sunday.In the first incident, Adibatla police conducted special raids on KK Industries located on Outer Ring Road (ORR), Bongulur Tollgate. Police said 25-year-old Babban was
- 1,500 challans issued by Hyderabad Traffic police daily for over speeding
Hyderabad: Despite implementing the speed limit to 100 kmph on Outer Ring Road (ORR), keeping the speed of the vehicle in check still remains a challenge for both the police and Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority (HMDA).Cyberabad and Rachakonda commissionerates have been implementing the 100 kmph maximum speed on the ORR since Ma
- Kothwalguda on list of accident-prone areas in Hyderabad
Hyderabad: Kothwalguda, where actor Bhupati Bharat Raj died after his car rammed a stationary truck late on Saturday, is on the list of 15 accident-prone spots under the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (RGIA) traffic police limits.In an internal survey conducted by the Cyberabad traffic authorities, Kothwalguda was found to be one of th
- Are villagers responsible for Chinnari’s death?
Hyderabad: Perhaps little Chinnari would have survived if a group of villagers waited for National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) personnel to take up rescue operations at Ekkareddyguda in Chevella.The 14-month-old was stuck just at 10 feet after she slipped into the uncovered borewell while playing with her elder sister. Some villagers tried t
- OU Vice-Chancellor meets HRD minister
Hyderabad: A team led by Prof. S Ramchandram, Vice-Chancellor, Osmania University on Sunday met the Union Minister for Human Resource Development Prakash Javadekar in the city and requested him to expedite the sanction process for release of Rs.300 crore to the university.The VC requested the Minister to sanction the amount in the centennial ye
- University of Hyderabad Research Scholar selected for Harvard and Tibbon Summer Schools
Hyderabad: Priyanka Rachabattuni, a Ph.D. Research Scholar from Translation Studies, Centre for Applied Linguistics and Translation Studies, School of Humanities, University of Hyderabad (UoH) has been selected for two Harvard and Tibbon Summer Schools.She will be attending IBN Tibbon Translation Studies Doctoral and Teacher Training Summer Sch
- Eid-ul-Fitr to be celebrated in Telangana on Monday; crescent moon sighted
The moon was sighted at several places in the State and adjoining Andhra Pradesh. Soon after the announcement was made, it went viral through social media. Later, the sirens from the mosques informed the public about the about the sighting of the moon.
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After food, spikers look at blood
In latest raid by police, a private blood bank at Malakpet found diluting blood with saline.
Golconda fort comes alive
Hyderabad: The environs of historic Golconda Fort came alive on Sunday with annual ‘Ashadamasam’ bonalu festivities commencing on a colorful note.Large number of devotees especially women and children thronged the fort and offered prayers to the goddess Sri Jagadamba at the temple atop the f