Wednesday, October 20, 2021


Food sector bouncing back after Covid lull in Hyderabad

Dip in Covid cases, ramping up of vaccination process make people venture out to taste their favourite cuisines

Lockdown ends in Australian capital

Canberra: The coronavirus lockdown in Australia's capital ended on Friday after more than two months as the country continues to battle the third wave...

Special Friends care for differently-abled kids

At Special Friends, children are taught sustainable skills such as making paper bags, diyas, Ganesh idols

Only 60 lakh tonnes paddy to be procured by Telangana govt

Hyderabad: With the Central government refusing to purchase paddy beyond the allocated quota, the State government will procure only 60 lakh tonnes of paddy...

Editorial: Return of Nipah virus

It’s time the Centre and Kerala government took up containment measures with mutual trust and coordination

Telangana urged to extend licence of wine shops

Hyderabad: The wine shop owners on Thursday requested the State government to favourably view the problems being faced by them because of the pandemic...

Pandemic and the digital addiction it brought

Depressing, initially, with the lockdown, everything around us came to a standstill, especially our school. It was the abode of fun, to meet with...

Runners keep going ‘virtually’

Many runs are being conducted virtually with a few physical events, thanks to Covid

Chicken fails to spice up biz for hotels in Hyderabad

Hyderabad: As an odd battle of survival between dressed chicken in the shop and a steaming hot bowl of Hyderabadi chicken curry on the...

Siddipet: Parents’ group donates money to paint school building

Siddipet: Setting an example for others, a group of 20 parents of children of a government school at Rampur village in Thoguta mandal came...

TCS not keen on calling back staff to office

Hyderabad: Tata Consultancy Services is keen on never going back to ‘work from office’ model even as 96 per cent of its staff is...

Editorial: Safety net for urban labour

Migration tragedy and economic slowdown have highlighted the need for replicating MGNREGS in urban areas

Memesters turn messiahs for have-nots

Group of content creators become a bridge to get aid for people suffering in pandemic

Melbourne extends COVID-19 lockdown as Sydney touts vaccine freedom

Melbourne's sixth lockdown will be extended for a second week until the end of August 19, the Victoria state government said on Wednesday.

Kerala to enforce new COVID-19 guidelines from today

For Sabarimala pilgrimage and darshan from August 15, the government notification said a maximum of 15,000 devotees per day will be permitted.

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