Ridhima Gupta

Tourism gets shot-in-the-arm as Dasara festivities return to Hyderabad

Reduced fear of COVID-19 coupled with starting of school vacations and a public holiday in the coming days is pushing many travellers across the State to venture out.

08 Oct 2021

Teachers’ vacancies will be filled by year end, says TSCHE chairman

In a chat with Express, the newly appointed chairman of TSCHE talked about the implementation of the NEP in Telangana, increase of fees and poor enrolment at higher educational institutions.

20 Sep 2021

Saidabad rape suspect death: Netizens float ‘encounter’ theory — some laud cops, others give thumbs down

Incidentally, Raju’s death comes two days after Labour Minister Malla Reddy had remarked, “We will catch the rapist and murderer.

17 Sep 2021

Telangana records highest number of crimes against women among Southern states

Despite the decline in the crime rate, the State still recorded the maximum number of crimes against women in the southern part of the country. 

16 Sep 2021

Telangana's Pochampally makes it to UN’s ‘best tourism village’ shortlist

The other two Indian villages nominated for the award are Ladhpura Khas from Madhya Pradesh and Kongthong in Meghalaya.

13 Sep 2021

Telangana schools to conduct classes in online-offline hybrid mode

Private institutions will continue online classes as parents are not ready to send their kids to school.

01 Sep 2021

Pandemic effect: Medico forced to sell vegetables, seeks KTR’s help

Anusha is pursuing MBBS at the Kyrgyzstan International School of Medicine (KISM), but had to return to India due to the Covid-19 pandemic. 

23 Aug 2021

Hyderabad varsities soothe fears of Afghan students

In light of this, several universities in the city have extended their help to Afghan students.

20 Aug 2021

Taliban takeover leaves Afghan students in Hyderabad worried about their career, future

Students fear that the Taliban insurgency would now jeopardise the dreams of students who were planning to come to Hyderabad this year. 

18 Aug 2021

Hefty fees send parents scurrying to government schools in Telangana

Private schools are charging the full fees despite government orders and children are denied access to online classes, if parents refuse to pay

07 Aug 2021

Pay of Rs 100/lecture & stoppage of aid: Private institute teachers in Telangana live a nightmare

In April, the Telangana government had announced that teachers and staff of recognised private institutes would get Rs 2,000 and 25 kg of rice per month as aid. But since August, it has been stopped.

03 Aug 2021

A page-turner idea: Telangana man sets up 'mini footpath libraries' in Suryapet

Forty-five-year-old Jalagam Sudheer was inspired by the roadside libraries in Seattle in the United States.

18 Jul 2021

Medical aspirants on edge over delay in UG, PG exams

The NEET UG exam scheduled for August is likely to be postponed due to the Covid second wave, while, the NEET PG examinations have already been deferred by over seven months this year.

12 Jul 2021

Delay in CBSE exam results leave Hyderabad students worried about future prospects

The CBSE has also notified its evaluation criteria for assessing Class XII students, but many students appear unhappy with the arrangement.

10 Jul 2021

Hyderabad parents wary of sending kids for offline classes

The State government, on Saturday, announced that all schools would reopen on July 1 for offline classes.

20 Jun 2021