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From Gandipet ka paani that turns anyone into a pukka Hyderabadi to the laid-back lifestyle that one notices here, a peek into things which are quintessential to the city
A quick peek into the gallis of the city to savour the old flavours, sights and sounds
Technology has its perks, but has it robbed us of our ability to make real conversations, asks Kota Saumya
As Kingfishers and Bulbuls embrace their urban sojourn, birding groups suspect a shift in feeding habits, finds out Subha Priyadarshini
Social transformation can be made possible with a small idea that can change the life of scores of marginalised youngsters for the better, finds out Yuvraj Akula
In a brief tête-à-tête, Dr RS Praveen Kumar, the brain behind TSWREIS, talks about the Society’s initiatives to provide holistic and value-based teaching to underprivileged students
Colourful festoons, banners and fiery speeches are setting the tone for the upcoming Election Day, and a record 6 lakh first-time voters are excited and geared up to exercise their right, finds out M Sai Gopal
The GHMC has taken up various initiatives to boost electoral per cent in Hyderabad this time around
Forum for Good Governance general secretary Padmanabha Reddy shares their plans to increase poll percentage
Parents are letting children go beyond the usual path and explore careers not on the map previously
Modern parents acknowledge the importance of physical activities and are now encouraging their children to get sporty
Dr AC Hankins Museum in the RBVRR Telangana State Police Academy houses many rare artefacts that date back to 1450 AD and represent centuries old culture and heritage, writes C Romeo
That aroma is unmistakable, the taste distinctive and the addiction, for most, lifelong, writes Dennis Marcus Mathew
Meet sailor Anirudh Vijay Kumar who hopes to reintroduce urban people to the rural way of living
With women raising their voice and the #MeTooIndia movement picking up steam, it is high time organisations start reviewing their policies on sexual harassment, writes Kota Saumya
For the first time ever, female actors, technicians, designers and even journalists connected to the Telugu film industry have come together to set up a platform to address sexual harassment in the industry.
In the meantime, Sri Reddy accused many prominent personalities in the Telugu film industry of sexual harassment but it fizzled out as she was branded unreliable.
Basic dandiya workshops in the city are flourishing thanks to Hyderabadis showing an interest in learning a step or two during the Durga Puja which has now crossed boundaries to become a socio-cultural fest
For today’s generation, money is more of a virtual number than physical notes and that is why their ‘piggybank’ has stretched to include a lot of savings opportunities
There are more than 400 millennials in India. And almost 74 per cent of them are reliant on mobile broadband and they spend an average of 17 hours a week online.