Food on credit a ‘messy’ choice at Kakatiya's
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UGC asks varsities to go with ‘cashless’ flow
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Eight held in Bahadurpura for robbing Rs 58L in new notes
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RTA online transactions, revenue register loss
The State Commission for Protection of Child Rights (SCPCR) on Thursday asked the Hyderabad city police to probe a report about an incident of two minor children aged below 13 years, who were not giv
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Five families were staying at the building that belongs to one Satyanarayana Singh. Construction of the building was recently completed but workers were still laying tiles and completing plumbing work
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A 27-year-old video editor committed suicide by hanging from the ceiling at his residence.
Hyderabad has emerged as the most affordable metro for both buying or renting a home, according to ‘Buy Vs Rent’ Report prepared by ArthaYantra, a robo-advisory financial management company.
Pointing out that the possibility for diseases to spread if hygiene is not maintained at banks and ATM facilities in the city, an NGO demanded action.
Under government’s pension scheme, a visually impaired student gets a monthly pension of `1,500.
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), Hyderabad unit, which registered three different cases in connection with irregularities in post offices after demonetisation, have arrested four persons fo
It requires an aficionado to differentiate between G Minor and A Major, and it takes a near-to-perfection pianist to play Beethoven or Chopin’s compositions.
Students of JNAFAU have put on display brilliant works as part of the ongoing exhibition at the campus
With Bengaluru-based Felis Creations playing a key role in Planet Earth II, BBC’s natural history documentary series, we talk to the team about production, challenges and their most memorable moments.
The trailer launch of Shah Rukh Khan’s next, Raees, on Wednesday was a high-tech affair.
Considered a safe haven, students from Central Asia and Middle East are now a harried lot in the city with little or no cash in their pockets to make both ends meet
Rachita, a professional trekker, had come to Panvel on November 25 and was to return to Hyderabad on November 29.
07 Dec 2016
As the Monetary Policy Committee meets today on a possible rate cut, few words to the RBI Governor on the plaguing ‘demonetisation’ issues.
The cases of intersex children or adults is not uncommon. Disorder of Sex Development (DSD) involves True Hermaphrodites-where a person looks like male, but genetically is female and vice-versa, and o
Observing the 60th death anniversary of father of the Constitution of India Dr BR Ambedkar in the city on Tuesday, Dalit scholars and activists noted that what Babasaheb had fought against continues t
While initiating their deportation procedures, FRRO found that the Nigerian drug peddlars had passports made in India
The programme would include lectures on types of cyber offences, interpretation of law, gathering electronic evidence and finally reporting it to court.
Six days into the month, and almost 30 days after the announcement, the effect of demonetisation continues to haunt people.
Several prominent writers and poets demanded that the Central government should roll back its decision of cancellation of big notes.
With forex agencies hit hard, people planning to fly abroad have to reconsider their plans
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S. Korea President impeached by parliament
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SC upholds maintainability of appeals on Cauvery
Normal life remains affected in Kashmir
Rescue operations continue in Andamans, 300 evacuated
Andaman issues warning as depression intensifies into Cyclone Vardah
Ahmedabad passenger train to Botad engine catches fire; none injured
French 'tax evasion fighter' jailed for tax fraud
Chinese couples flock to Sri Lanka to tie the knot
Government to waive service tax on card transactions up to Rs 2,000
Discoms to compensate electrocution victims for lapses, says Delhi HC
Pakistan mulls ban on sports teams' participation in India
All top tennis stars confirmed for Australia Open