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Shravya Mandadi’s travel through 31 districts in 31 days helped her understand the problems of divorced women in rural Telangana
Sarangi player Aslam Khan shares how his musical instrument has given him many sweet memories
Veteran cricketer Devraj Devendraraj Govindraj takes a trip down the memory lane to 1971 when Indian team won against West Indies and England
Prof Jayadhir Rao Tirumala’s latest work, Tovva Muchchatlu part 4, documents 53 real stories highlighting the rich heritage of Telangana
From ‘Rajnigandha’ and ‘Chitchor’ to ‘Paheli’, Amol Palekar has proved his mettle as an actor and a director in Hindi and Marathi films and theatre
Though her life was shrouded in a veil of secrecy, Lutfunnisa Imtiaz had remarkable ability to capture nature in all its manifestations and express any sentiment in a telling way
In an age of information overload in the cyberspace and addiction to internet, children are being exposed to unwanted content sometimes in the garb of innocent comic strips, writes Gaura Naithani
Though it may appear tedious, the process of making various kinds of mango pickles is actually pretty fun and provides an excellent opportunity to make memories.
There’s no dearth of people looking to acquire a new skill or improve current knowledge; and with its umpteen options, YouTube emerges as the major source of incessant learning, writes Subha Priyadarshini
Want to know what Hyderabad tunes in to when it’s in the mood for some music? It’s the foot-tapping beats of marfa band, teen maar or Maisamma that gets the city grooving.
Students are no longer limited in their options after completing Class X as schools have begun to offer courses which definitely fall in the unconventional category, writes Kota Saumya.
The culture of street eats which held the city in its thrall for a while now is a boon to techies who want to try out a variety of cuisines during late hours too, writes Mythreya Kodakandla
The whole idea in itself has convenience written all over it! And good food of great variety just adds to the excitement. The concept of drive-ins, though fairly new to Hyderabad
Neehaari Mandali has not just overcome her own trauma but also started the NGO ‘Burn Survivor Mission Saviour’ to help, counsel and rehabilitate other victims, writes Prakash Pecheti.
With muhurats dotting the coming month, flower sellers and florists are eagerly looking forward to moving on from a lean season.
Believed to have formed 2.5 billion years ago, the Bhongir rock formation and the fort atop are emerging as major tourist attraction.
Rhythms of all sorts are wrapped up in one activity dance which is growing in the city with different forms finding many takers, writes Meenakshi Sengupta
The fascination for classical dance forms seems to be intact in kids of today’s generation too
While some people seem to find it difficult to disconnect, the concept of ‘social media detox’ still has many takers, writes Siddharth Rao
Let us go all old school and bask in the warmth of what seems like a ‘500 days of summer’ writes Dheeraja Manvi