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Tucked away in the locality of Urdu Shareef is the shrine of a sufi saint
Helping underprivileged children get basic education is the focus of Chotu Ki Education
Lead technical consultant in Chicago, USA, Harini Kandadai shares why she feels proud to be a Hyderabadi
Besides the Golconda fort, the old city used to be the home to many small forts called Kotla
A story about a man who spent a lifetime fashioning and wielding weapons of peace
Food blogger Nanditha Shyam suggests this tasty but twist on the luscious beetroot.
The small gates in the old city served a very important purpose during the time of Qutb Shahis and Asaf Jahs
Trains convey not only passengers and goods, but also tropes and metaphors for hardship and difficulty, hope and progress, sadness and joy
This mixture of lentils, grains, seeds and spices is great for diabetic patients as it helps in controlling sugar levels, writes food blogger Nanditha Shyam.
Once a famous hospital in the area, today the building of Dar-ul-shifa houses an ashoorkhana
Student Anurag Shah aims to provide digital education to students with his low cost computer
The art of using popular catchphrases and metaphor in marketing
Stumbling upon literary gems in the dusty lanes of the city's bookstores and markets
The once glorious pond known as Mir Jumla ka talaab has given way to residential colonies and market today
Abhiram Chavali, pursuing masters in Mechanical Engineering, in Aachen, Germany shares what he misses the most about Hyderabad
The area of Gowlipura was once a fledgling hub of Urdu literature
This group of enthusiastic birdwatchers is on a mission to clean up lakes
Folk songs, colourfully dressed villagers are among the attractions at the Moola Stambha Tanda in Mahabubnagar
Entrepreneurs Kalyani Gongi and Divya Medar are quietly making inroads in helping women become financially independent through their training programme.
SAP consultant in USA, Manesa Ravichandran shares her memories of Ganesh Immersion celebrations.