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Child trafficking, both for labour purposes and prostitution, has always been a cruel menace across Telangana, finds out Dennis Marcus Mathew
The incident at Yadagirigutta where young girls were being administered with Oxytocin so that they can hit puberty at the earliest is a reminder about how the drug meant for novel purposes is now being misused.
Recent raids on the brothel houses in Ganesh Nagar and Angadi Bazar at Yadagirigutta have brought indigestible facts on girl trafficking into sharp focus.
Sid’s Farm, started by Kishore Indukuri, uses latest technology to milk cows and maintain the farm proving how beneficial it is when an IITian indulges in agriculture
A few performers and efforts by Telangana government are helping keep the tradition of Chindu Yakshaganam alive, finds out Siddharth Rao
Elevate your celebrations with the help of customised cakes available at a few specialised bakeries in the city
Meet yoga trainer Ramya Krishna Pastakia who specialises in exercises for moms-to-be and new mothers
Solo dining is longer limited to scarfing down a quick meal at the tiffin centres anymore, as restaurants and cafes look to taking the needs of this growing segment into account
From weekend getaways to less-explored international destinations, Hyderabadis are all set to tick off their wanderlust bucket list on their own terms, finds out
These individuals combine their love for travel and social work by volunteering wherever they go
Fake forwards through social media, especially WhatsApp, is triggering a violent mentality among the mob now and experts tell Keerthana B how to tackle it effectively
The film studios in the city have an illustrious history behind them, having produced beloved movies and franchises over decades
Doctor couple Surya Prakash Vinjamuri and SVV Kameswari, who run the Open House, ensure it’s easily accessible to all round the clock
The new Telugu web series on Amazon Prime Video brings to light the unseen and real side of the film industry
LGBTQ activists believe they are fighting the same forces that feminists are, finds out Sharjeel
Millennials are very keen when it comes to making Mother Earth a better place for future generations, writes Dheeraja Manvi
A comprehensive look at the local Telugu theatre will reveal many unknown and interesting details
Ramzan lights up Hyderabad and the life of Hyderabadis, erasing religious and cultural differences, like no other time of the year.
The transition and experimentation in Telugu films have been helping the industry with commercial successes too, and 2018 proved to be a harbinger of good films
These work-from-home entrepreneurs give new meaning to the word passion