- Grab your OnePlus 5 now
Chinese smartphone OnePlus 5 will be available on open sale online marketplace Amazon.in and oneplusstore.in, the company states in a statement.The Midnight Black version (8 GB RAM/128 GB storage) is priced at Rs 37,999, while the price for Slate Gray version (6 GB RAM/64 GB storage) is Rs 32,999.The smartphone powered by Octacore Qualcomm
- South Central Railway is surging ahead: SCR GM Vinod Kumar
Hyderabad: There is a palpable new sense of urgency in the South Central Railway. From being a sleepy behemoth, the SCR is now surging ahead with developmental projects, and the man behind the renewed vigour, SCR General Manager Vinod Kumar Yadav, tells Dennis Marcus Mathew that things will never be the same again.On Way AheadThe th
- Banking: Transacting with Tweets, Likes
By the year 2020, Indian banking industry is set to become the fifth largest in the world. Fraught with intense competition, Indian banks are leaving no stone unturned in tapping into their customers who are increasingly reliant on social media to know about the banks’ products and offers. Once again, technology has disrupted the way business is
- High-end marts, traffic suck out charm of vegies market
Hyderabad: Till a few years ago, the Nallakunta vegetable market was a go-to destination for families in the neighbourhood. The traditional Kuragayala market at Nallakunta, however, gradually lost ground to super markets, in addition to getting shrunk in size due road widening and urbanisation.Families residing in and around Nallakunta say the
- Genetically modified mosquitoes to help control dengue, malaria
Hyderabad: Public health institutions and municipalities have over the years consistently struggled in controlling mosquito breeding, the root cause for dengue, malaria, chikungunya and the recent Zika.While the tried and tested methods of vector control like using Gambusia larvae and fogging to kill adult dengue and malaria mosquito have been
- Birth-photography: Framing labour room moments for eternity
Birth Photography is not all about some flashes and clicks but instead is quite a sensitive matter concerning the mother and baby's life. We want her to feel empowered about how miraculously she brought the little one to life amid all pain, chaos and exhaustion," Saini, who has been in photography for last 15 years, saidi
- How Digital Is Changing What Indians Watch, Read And Listen To
Used to be that we huddled around the TV as a family, setting aside our work to catch up with the next episode of Friends. Used to be a time when we would tune into our home theatre playing our favourite tracks over and over. Used to be a breakfast hour when we would catch up with the news. Then, media went digital. From being passive consumers of
- Kothapet fruit market awaits a clean address
Hyderabad: Large muddy pools, garbage strewn all over and pigs roaming freely are daily sights at the Kothapet fruit market, one of the biggest in the State.Now, after years of operating in such unhygienic conditions, farmers at Kothapet are looking forward to a new, planned and much cleaner market coming up beyond the city limits.Offi
- Step out and experience Do Science!
Hyderabad: Have you ever sat in a classroom, stared wistfully out of the window, wanting to be anywhere but not in front of a black board? Do Science! centers in the city are helping children do exactly that! With an objective to help children step out and experience science where it really exists, Bookmark Projects Trust, a non-governmental organi
- Reading Fiction In A Chat: A Big Hit With Teens!
We all have at least one friend on our chatting app with whom conversations are not the usual “Good Morning!” routines. They might even be teasing and stimulating, much like reading fiction. What if you could stretch this kind of conversation to 1000 words or more?Evolution of new reading habits:Reading habit has changed over the years.
- My focus will be on World Championship now: Kidambi Srikanth
Kidambi Srikanth is on a roll. It is a rare coincidence that this Hyderabad-based lad took his fourth Super Series title on the day (June 25) when the Kapil Dev-led Indian team won the World Cup in 1983 toppling the mighty West Indies. “It is a wonderful coincidence. I will cherish this day but I have a long way to reign at the top,’’ said Sr