Shyam Yadagiri

‘Stress-relieving apps can never replace therapists’

In this era of smartphones, we have a multitude of apps that claim to provide a solution to get rid of stress and make us feel contented.

24 Mar 2020

Straight from soul to paper

As a child, Navakanth Karide used to write his sisters’ names in their school notebooks in a colourful and attractive way.

19 Mar 2020

Women empowerment must begin from home: IAS officer Sri Devasena

To celebrate International Women’s Day, a panel discussion comprising women achievers was held at Hotel Taj Deccan, Banjara Hills on Friday.

07 Mar 2020

No carrot, all stick approach

Dr Akula Sridhar did his PhD in katte samu, a traditional folk martial art form, and desires to popularise it all over the world.

04 Mar 2020

Of ‘The Land of Smiles’ and the generosity of its people

Author Dasari Amarendra recollects his Thailand memories during his stay in May 2019 in Anaganaga Oka Rajyam, when he visited on the invitation of his friends Kalyani and Satyajit.

27 Feb 2020

IPL fever: These Hyderabad fans are rooting for the home team

The Indian Premier League (IPL) may be a month away, but the fever seems to be all-pervading.

25 Feb 2020

Students need to be job creators, not job seekers, says Sreedevi Devireddy

All these years, we have focussed on the service sector, especially the Information Technology industry.

11 Feb 2020

‘A purpose makes life meaningful’

Prominent playback singer Sunitha Upadrashta and renowned artist Sravanthi Juluri graced the occasion.

11 Feb 2020

Buddha hoga tera baap!

This 78-year-old retired veterinary surgeon regularly takes part in 5K, 10K and 21K Runs and urges youngsters to follow a healthy lifestyle

04 Feb 2020

Life of a diplomat par excellence

airam Ramesh gave a talk on his recently launched book ‘A Chequered Brilliance: The Many Lives of VK Krishna Menon’.

27 Jan 2020

Of Hyderabad’s royalty and Delhi’s debauchery

Day Two of the Hyderabad Literary Festival was filled with passionate discussions on topics ranging from the recent unrest in India to the golden beds of city’s royal families.

26 Jan 2020

Kala Ramesh conducts Japanese poem workshop at Hyderabad Literary Festival

Award-winning poet Kala Ramesh conducted a workshop ‘Haiku Dhyana’ at the ongoing Hyderabad Literary Festival at Vidyaranya High School in the city on Friday.

25 Jan 2020

Poets reflect their masterpieces at Hyderabad Literary Festival

Haikai poet Kala Ramesh narrated haibuns, which combine prose with haiku, drawn from personal experiences and fiction.

25 Jan 2020

Armaan Malik's 'Butta Bomma' tops charts

As a child artiste, Armaan’s first song was a duet Mere Buddy with Amitabh Bachchan in Bhootnath, when he was 12 years old.

17 Jan 2020

3,500 bommala koluvu go on display in Hyderabad

Decorating toys and dolls as part of bommala koluvu is a decades-long tradition of this city-based family during Sankranti festivities.

14 Jan 2020

Mithaiwalas of the country, unite! World Mithai & Namkeen Convention to be held on Jan 9, 10

For the first time in South India, Hyderabad is playing host to a two-day ‘World Mithai & Namkeen Convention’ going to be held at Hitex, Izzat Nagar on January 9 and 10.

07 Jan 2020

Of life and its exuberance

In a way, the stories showcase human nature and make the readers introspect on the society they are living in.

07 Jan 2020

Divya Medi: A Mary Kom in the making

Against all odds , the 26-year-old Divya Medi studying at Osmania University won a gold medal at Chessboxing Amateur World Championship III held at Turkey  

21 Dec 2019

Chai ki  charcha

As we mark the recently-held International Tea Day, a look at the changing preferences of Hyderabadis, who are exploring new and exciting flavours of their favourite drink

19 Dec 2019

The art of staying in control and being happy

Swami Mukundananda’s book launched in the city talks about ‘the mindset’ we all need.

10 Dec 2019

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