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Meet a few Good Samaritans who are providing youngsters a chance to have a better tomorrow
Kolipaka Prakash walked 150 km to raise awareness on various environmental issues, especially use of mud Ganesha idols instead of POP ones
Venkata Rajaiah developed a simplified and practical form of yoga for farmers which they can practice on their agricultural field
Renowned Telugu author Uppala Narasimham shares his journey of 40-plus years dedicated to making the Telangana tongue popular, and reflecting idioms and jargons in their purest form in his works
Lamakaan trustee and noted radio ham Ashhar Farhan talks about his entrepreneurial experiments
These senior citizens are helping provide access to education to the underprivileged
Maa Illu Prajadharana Ashramam run by Gade Inna Reddy and his wife Pushpa Rani in Warangal is opening new avenues of opportunities for orphans
The area of Panje shah houses relics of saints and the Messenger of God and many stories of forgotten riches
From the prism of unexpected rain on a hot summer day, SreedharVykunta an IT professional and a passionate photographer captured the popular landmark of Hyderabad with his Sony 6300.
His interest towards visual arts made him learn the art of creative and street photography.
Breaking stereotypes, young Salwa Fatima sets out to fulfil her dream of donning a pilot’s uniform
The Khammam Fort promises not only a walk down history but also splendid views of the city
At one point of time, Yakutpura played a crucial role in protecting the city from enemy attacks
Popular cultural centre Lamakaan is set for a digital overhaul, complete with podcasts and interviews with artistes
Rapper Meghraj Ravindra, who feeds one person a day
Jumerat Bazaar, a mecca for shoppers looking for bargain deals
Meet Ahimsa Rajaiah who mastered the art of producing silk without harming the worms
It is here that one finds modernity standing hand in hand with antiquity. Almost all the names of localities, lanes and by-lanes in the twin cities, especially in Hyderabad
The iGeneration would now rather curl up in bed with a Smartphone, iPod or other geek gadgets.
Troop bazar was not only a small outpost for English troops but it was also home to some prominent members of the city
History walks in the city have not only become a place for likeminded people to exchange their ideas but also a place to make friendships