- CBSE Class XII results declared
New Delhi: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Sunday announced the results of the Senior Secondary Examination.About 10,98,981 students appeared in the class 12 examinations this year, according to the board.A total of 6,38,865 boys and 4,60,026 girls appeared for the Class 12 examination held between March 9 to April 29.
- Naresh’s ashes dumped in Musi River
According to the police, Thummala Srinivas Reddy, the father of Thummala Swathi, dumped ashes of Amboju Naresh, who had married Swathi without his permission, in Musi River a day after killing him with an iron rod on May 2. Even at this point of time, Reddy did not know that Swathi, who later committed suicide, was one-month pregnant.
- Inmates to help in making seed bombs in Sangareddy
Sangareddy: Forest Department decided to utilise the services of inmates of District Jail, Sangareddy in Telangana government's flagship programme Haritha Haram by engaging them in preparing seed bombs. Following the directions of District Collector Kannan Manickraj, the forest department under the supervision of the DFO Venkateshwarl
- OU makes elaborate arrangements for TS-PGECET online test
Hyderabad: The Osmania University made elaborate arrangements for the online conduct of Telangana State Post Graduate Engineering Common Entrance Test (TS PGECET) scheduled from May 29. As many as 37,345 candidates have registered for the entrance test. The test will be conducted in 17 subjects in two regions of the State with 28 centres in Hyderab
- Prison warden, burglar held in Hyderabad
Hyderabad: The arrest of a notorious house burglar, allegedly involved in about 75 burglaries, on Saturday, led the Langer Houz police to an unexpected partner in crime -- a jail warden who helped the burglar dispose of the stolen booty. The key suspect was identified as Ratlavath Shanker Naik alias Rajesh Reddy, 24, hailing from Thumkunta
- Hyderabad: 13-year-old boy drowns while learning to swim
Hyderabad: A 13-year-old boy drowned in the Chinna Cherlapally Cheruvu here on Saturday morning.The boy, identified as Raj Kiran, a Class 8 student and resident of Mallikarjun Nagar in Nagaram, had gone with four of his friends to swim in the Bathukamma Tank built in the lake when the accident occurred.According to the Kushaiguda police, al
- Travel chaos as British Airways hit with global system crash
There were reports that hundreds of bags were left unattended as BA staff tried to control the situation. One passenger tweeted: "Stuck on a British Airways plane at Belfast, going nowhere. 'BA computers down worldwide', whatever that means!"