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A patient being taken on a wheelchair to Gandhi Hospital’s ICU on Saturday
Patients lives hang in balance over dysfunctional lifts in Gandhi hospital

Patients are forced to take a detour of 10 mins to get to the ICU, which could be life threatening

17 Sep 2017

Sanathnagar residents forced to defecate in open

Due to lack of water supply and proper sewage connection, dwellers of Dasaram Basthi slum in Sanathnagar ward are forced to defecate in the open regularly athough they have individual toilets.

17 Sep 2017

Everyone must think of excellence: Venkaiah Naidu

Vice president of India M Venkaiah Naidu on Saturday said that “some of us have lost direction because of Colonial rule and slavery and urged that it is time we make our country one of the to

17 Sep 2017

UoH SU elections this year see winds of change in political equations to fight ABVP

Students Union (SU) elections in University of Hyderabad scheduled to be held on September 21 has seen some surprising changes in political equations on campus. 

17 Sep 2017

Staff shortage cripples newly inaugurated 65-bedded ICU of Gandhi Hospital

Two days after the 65-bedded ICU was opened for patients, junior doctors at Gandhi Hospital staged a protest against dearth of staff in the facility and the issue of attendants knocking on th

17 Sep 2017

No security measures in Telangana government schools

Over half of the 28,000 govt schools in TS do not even have a compound wall & anyone can walk in without being questioned

17 Sep 2017

Senior journo Suresh Krishnamoorthy dies

 Senior journalist Suresh Krishnamoorthy, working as Senior Assistant Editor (Reporting) with The Hindu in Hyderabad, passed away on Saturday morning at the age of 52.

17 Sep 2017

Centre gives nod for flyover worth Rs 338 crore at Amberpet 

The Central government accorded permission for the construction of a flyover at Amberpet on Hyderabad-Uppal National Highway 202.

17 Sep 2017

Layout Regularisation Scheme staff told to finish works by September 27

Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority (HMDA) commissioner T Chiranjeevulu on Saturday warned Layout Regularisation Scheme (LRS) staff of stringent action including

17 Sep 2017

Like TDP before it, TPCC too plans to woo the intelligentsia

Probably, emulating the act of TDP supremo and AP CM N Chandrababu Naidu, who had admitted neutrals and professionals, who have no political affiliations, in the yellow party en masse, w

17 Sep 2017

Three minors held in Hyderabad for allegedly raping 13-year-old girl

The crime came to light when the girl was found to be pregnant and carrying a dead foetus.

16 Sep 2017

people finding it difficult to walk through stagnant water at Makajgiri in  Hyderabad on Friday | Vinay Madapu
Malkajgiri in Hyderabad water recedes but life yet to get back to normal

After Wednesday midnight’s deluge in parts of Hyderabad, which recorded an overall 9cm rainfall across the city, residents of several low lying areas which were inundated are yet to return to normalcy

16 Sep 2017

Rs 36 lakh for each Sakhi centre in Hyderabad: Maneka Gandhi

Responding to questions about the plight of the two Sakhi centres in Hyderabad, Union minister for women and child welfare Maneka Gandhi said she was unaware that the Sakhi centres were in a state of

16 Sep 2017

Techies can turn into criminals say researchers

The Indian IT job market which has already witnessed a lot of layoffs, should be ready to loose more jobs.

16 Sep 2017

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Terminated techies in Hyderabad fight financial, mental stress

Psychologists say that sudden job loss is certain to increase insecurity; acute stress and even suicidal thoughts can be manifested if engineers do not take care.

16 Sep 2017

Endowments department gets Hyderabad High Court notice 

 The Hyderabad High Court on Friday issued notices to the authorities of Telangana endowments department for filing counter affidavit on the petition alleging irregularities with regard

16 Sep 2017

Ramappa temple: A timeless muse 

With magnificent sculptures and serene lakes in its surroundings, the centuries-old Ramappa Temple makes for an ideal weekend getaway
 

15 Sep 2017

Taste trails

Sarvapindi, now sold in Hyderabad, is best relished hot but is equally suitable for a long shelf life

15 Sep 2017

With love from bengal

The Bengali Food Festival ongoing at Siesta Hitech offers hoicest delights like Khasir Shorba, Luchi,  Doi Murgi and more
 

15 Sep 2017

(Second Left) Dong yeop Kim, CRESIHRD, Executive Director and (extreme right) Prof. T Papi Reddy, Chairman, TSCHE, signing MoU between Center for Research and Education in Social Integration and HR Development(CRESIHRD) and Telangana State Council of Higher Education(TSCHE), in Hyderabad on Friday.  l Sathya Keerthi
IYF steps in to help students fight drug abuse

From mind empowerment lectures to leadership training, new set of modules to help youngsters tackle it

15 Sep 2017

Live your character

The city gears up for a cosplay workshop this weekend. Cosplay, a short form of the words costume play, is a performance art that involves a fan dressing up as their favourite comic, movie or video game character, especially one from the Japanese genres of manga or anime–picked up pace in 2013 during the Hyderabad Comic Con. Cosplay events are common features of fan conventions, local competitions.

15 Sep 2017