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Monday, February 29, 2016

అందరి చూపు..జైట్లీ వైపే!

ఓవైపు తరుముతున్న కరువు.. మరోవైపు అంతర్జాతీయంగా ఆర్థిక వ్యవస్థల మందగమ నం! వ్యవసాయరంగానికి అత్యధిక ప్రాధాన్యం ఇవ్వాల్సిన అవసరం.. అదేసమయంలో పరిశ్రమలకు ప్రోత్సాహం ఇవ్వక తప్పని పరిస్థితి..!! మరి కేంద్ర ఆర్థికశాఖ మంత్రి అరుణ్‌జైట్లీ ఇందు లో దేనికి ప్రాధాన్యం ఇవ్వనున్నారు? రైతన్నలను ఎలా ఆదుకోనున్నారు? ఇన్వెస్టర్లలో భరోసా ఎలా నింపనున్నారు? ఈ రెండింటినీ సమన్వయం చేసుకుంటూ ఎలా ముందుకు వెళ్లనున్నారు..!! జైట్లీ వండబోయే బడ్జెట్ వంటకం రుచి ఎలా ఉండబోతున్నది? ఎవరెవరికి ఎంతెంత వడ్డింపులు ఉంటాయి? ఎంతమేరకు మినహాయింపులు ఉంటాయి? ఈ ఉత్కంఠకు మరికొన్ని గంటల్లో తెరపడనుంది. ఎన్నో కోరికలు.. ఎన్నెన్నో ఆశలతో దేశ ప్రజలు సోమవారం కేంద్ర ప్రభుత్వం ప్రవేశపెట్టే బడ్జెట్‌వైపు చూస్తున్నారు.

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Nagarjuna looks younger than me: Karthi

Tamil star Karthi was never keen to be a part of multi starrers, unless the film had an extremely amazing story . “I have always maintained that I do not want to do multi-starrers. I was determined not to do one, unless a film like, say, Sivaputrudu came along, where there were two lead characters in the film. And Oopiri was one such story for me. But added to that, I said yes to the film because I would get to work with would get to work with Nagarjuna. He looks younger than me in this film,“ says the actor who is all praise for the Telugu star.

“I observed him during the film's shoot and found him to be a meticulous worker. He is very regular with his workouts and maintains a strict diet. His schedule is disciplined -he goes to bed early and wakes up early. But then, his positive attitude is also a reason he is physically fit.


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15 die in Thane nocturnal killing

The residents of Kasarvadavli village in Thane woke up to a horrific sight of a woman in blood soaked clothes, her throat slit, begging for help. She was trying to escape from her brother who had killed 14 members of his family.

Hasnen Anwar Warekar (35), allegedly killed his wife, two kids, four sisters, parents and six of his nephews and nieces with a butcher’s knife before committing suicide by hanging himself.

The sole survivor of the massacre is Hasnen’s 22-year-old sister Subiya, whose screams roused the neighbours and brought the police to their doorstep. It is with the help of traumatized Subiya, who has received 25 stitches on her neck, that the police is trying to reconstruct the sequence of events eading to the midnight killings.

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Exams made easy

Students going for their Board examinations and other competitive tests could not have asked for more. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Cricket Legend Sachin Tendulkar, International Chess grandmaster Viswanathan Anand, world renowned Statistician CNR Rao and spiritual guru Morari Bapu chipped in to give the students some valuable tips. 

On Sunday on the occasion of Modi’s regular Mann Ki Baat programme over All India Radio, these legends have shared their collective wisdom with the listeners and offered them some advice.

 Prime Minister Modi advised students appearing for public school-leaving examinations to be calm and disciplined, invoking Harry Potter author JK Rowling to underline the importance of perseverance. Speaking on his monthly radio address Modi gave out a slew of tips and suggestions for students to stay focused and not be under pressure, days before the examinations commence.

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Mahendra Singh Dhoni unhappy with umpires using ear piece

Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni is not at all pleased with the use of some of the umpiring devices like ear-piece which he feels prevents the on-field official from hearing snicks and edges in a packed stadium.

Bangladeshi umpire Sis Saikat failed to detect a nick from Khurram Manzoor's bat off Ashish Nehra's bowling and the Indian captain wasn’t happy about it.

Asked about umpiring, a sarcastic Dhoni said, "You don't want me to get banned before World T20. You have all seen umpiring. It’s your call."

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Friday, February 26, 2016

Friends and family greeted Dutt as he walked out of jail

Sanjay Dutt is finally a free man as he was released from the Yerawada Central Jail, Pune on Thursday morning after serving a 42month prison-term. As he walked out with his bag, he was greeted by a crowd of people, besides the recognisable faces like wife Manyata Dutt and filmmaker Rajkumar Hirani .While the industry seems to be elated at the actor's release, a PIL has been filed in Bombay High Court by a social activist seeking a stay on Dutt's early release.

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Railway Budget, 2016: Prabhu puts railways on the fast, prosperity track

Breaking free from years of status quo, railway minister Suresh Prabhu on Thursday piloted Rail Budget 2016-17 on the course of change with promises of a financial turnaround, raising the speed of trains, a qualitative improvement in passenger amenities and reforms in the Railway Board’s functioning.

Read: Railway Budget 2016: Prabhu invokes Atal, Harivansh Rai, Buddha

Not falling to the lure of increasing passenger fares and freight rates in a year when four states are heading for Assembly elections, Mr Prabhu promised a massive expansion of the rail network.

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Hybrid funds take pressure off investors

Investors’ attention often goes toward different investment choices when they witness massive volatility in the equity markets. As the turbulence intensifies, they look at different types of mutual funds that could meet the requirements of lower volatility. Hybrid funds are one such route that investors should be aware of. Let’s take a detailed look into the matter.

Hybrid options

Hybrid fund is a category of mutual fund in which the fund portfolio is made up of a mix of stocks and bonds, which can vary proportionately over time or remain fixed. Traditionally these are known as balanced funds but with the increase in the number of choices, one should not use the term in the way it was traditionally thought of.


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X Factor in Explosive Xi

At a time the Indian cricket establishment is witnessing unprecedented developments off field, the national team too is churning out staff one doesn’t come across every now and then. The transformation from nobody to top guns has happened over seven T20 matches, and probably for the first time, India look the strongest among favourites less than two weeks before a World Cup.

Coinciding with such a rapid turnaround, and causing it to an extent, is the rise of Hardik Pandya. Six months ago, returns of 60 runs in three international innings and four wickets in seven matches would have meant nothing. But in a case of manner and impact scoring over traditional virtues like durability and performance over a longer period, the Baroda all-rounder with a cocky approach has emerged the bomber. In the midst of some accomplished stroke-makers, he can become the cutting edge teams aspire for, but few manage.

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Thursday, February 25, 2016

Rohit Sharma, Ashish Nehra power India to win

Rohit Sharma made a fabulous half-century as India notched up a 45-run win in the opening match of the Asia Cup against Bangladesh in Dhaka on Wednesday.

India overcame a shaky start to post 166/6 as Rohit hit 83 off 55 balls after Bangladesh, opting to bowl on a rain-soaked pitch, made good use of the conditions at a packed Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium.

India then stifled the home batsmen — Sabbir Rahman being the only standout performer with a 32-ball 44 — and restricted them to 121/7 in 20 overs. Veteran pacer Ashish Nehra led the rout with 3/23 from his quota of four overs, while Jasprit Bumrah and R. Ashwin were economical.

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World's oldest person, Misao Okawa, dies at 117

The world's oldest person, a Japanese woman, died on Wednesday, just a few weeks after celebrating her 117th birthday .

Misao Okawa died of heart failure and stopped breathing as relatives and nursing home workers stood by her side and praised her for achieving a long, healthy life, said Tomohiro Okada, an official at her Osaka nursing home.

“She went so peacefully, as if she had just fallen asleep,“ Okada said. “We miss her a lot.“

Okawa, born in Osaka on March 5, 1898, was recognized as the world's oldest person by Guinness World Records in 2013.

A 116-year-old American woman, Gertrude Weaver of Arkansas, is now the world's oldest person, according to Los Angeles-based Gerontology Research Group, which keeps records of supercentenarians. She was born July 4, 1898.
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GUEST COLUMN - BUDGET 2016-17 The last opportunity

Having already missed two golden opportunities, the Modi-led government has one last chance on February 29 to prove its commitment to economic governance. People voted Narendra Modi to power because of the leader's ability to effectively market `dreams' about transforming the country into an economic power and promising a share to every Indian. Of course, not to forget the assurance of exposing culprits, especially the ones taking shelter at tax-heavens at the expense of the aspiring poor and lower-middle classes. Finance minister, Arun Jaitley , otherwise known to be a shrewd political strategist, should understand the task he is expected to fulfill despite the economy facing many challenges.

The prevailing economic situation demands that the forthcoming Budget be economic, rather than political, in approach. One sincerely hopes the finance minister keeps his word about it not being populist. No doubt, he is in a pathetic situation confronting challenges both at the domestic and external front. At the same time, the credibility of the government is at stake in terms of its commitment to adhere to fiscal discipline norms.

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Not joining BJP, says Congress leader and actor Chiranjeevi

Actor-turned-politician Chiranjeevi has denied rumours that he is joining the BJP. There had been recent rumours that not only was he about to join the saffron party, but that he had also dropped his 151st film.

On Wednesday, while attending an event at the Filmnagar temple, The Rajya Sabha MP said that these were baseless rumours. “I will remain in the Congress,” he said.

“There are reports on social media that I am close to the BJP and party leaders have approached me. No one has approached me and I haven’t given any thought to it. I will be in the Congress and my political career will end with the Congress,” said Chiranjeevi, adding that he spoke up as he wanted to put a stop to these rumours.

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JNU Row, Rohit Vemula's Suicide Rocks Parliament; Emotional Smriti Attacks Opposition

In one of the fieriest debates in the recent times, the issue of Rohit Vemula, Dalit scholar who committed suicide, and JNU episode rocked both the houses of the parliament as Opposition and the treasury benches traded charges.

While, emotionally charged HRD minister Smriti Irani attacked opposition, particularly Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi, of politicising the death of a student and siding with those opposed to India, the united opposition pilloried the government for playing partisan politics. Congress, TMC, BJP, Left while denouncing anti-national slogans in JNU, they charged government was gunning against students opposed to their ideology.

Aggressive Irani took on the united Opposition in Lok Sabha head on while speaking during the discussion, saying she would leave politics if anyone of the vice chancellors appointed were to suggest she was indulging in saffronisation.

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Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Harika out of World Women's Chess C'ship

Grandmaster Dronavalli Harika missed out on winning opportunities and bowed out of the World Women's Chess Championship after losing the 10-minute tiebreaker against Mariya Muzychuk of Ukraine in Wednesday's semifinal.

Harika missed her chances in the first game of the second set of tie-break games and was outplayed in the second game to lose 0.5-1.5 in 10-minute chess.

Harika was unlucky not to win the first game of the 10-minute game. Playing white, the English Opening led to level middle game, but Harika picked up her pace in the queen and Bishops endgame. After winning a couple of pawns, Harika was on course to victory but an incredible blunder on move 83 saw the advantage evaporate.

In the second game, Harika lost after giving up a handful of pawns in the endgame.

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City terror suspect deported by Saudi Arabia, arrested

A 39-year-old terror suspect from Chanchalguda, who took refuge in Saudi Arabia for the past 13 years to evade police dragnet, was arrested by Telangana intelligence officials after he was deported to Hyderabad on Sunday. He reportedly sent four city youth to Pakistan for training and played a key role in the 2003 “Jihadi conspiracy'' case registered in Gujarat.

After the Godhra riots, according to police sources, Adil Afrooz along with several others played a key role in “Jihadi or ISI Conspiracy''.Adil had reportedly facilitated Junaid Shareef, Wajid, Chotta Azad, Aijaz alias Mamu to reach Pakistan via Bangkok, the source said.

In that case, Adil was declared accused No. 10 by the Special Investigation Team (SIT) of the Hyderabad police.The case is at trial stage in a local court.

Fearing arrest by the Indi an security agencies, especially the Gujarat police as they had launched a massive crackdown, Afroz had fled to Saudi Arabia in 2003 and since then he was on the police radar. 

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Rajinikanth hospitalised

Superstar Rajinikanth has been admitted to a private hospital in Chennai after he complained a mild illness due to hectic schedule of shootings on Monday. 

Accompanied by his daughter, Rajinikanth was rushed to MIOT hospital in Manappakam. The doctors discharged him after conducting a routine health check-up on the same night. Doctors advised him to take complete rest for one week. 

The 65-year-old actor is busy with his hectic shooting schedule for the upcoming film Kabali in Malaysia. Rajinikanth joined the sets of director Shankar’s magnum opus Robo-2 recently. The fans of the Superstar are worried over his hospitalization, but they heaved a sigh of relief after his discharge from the hospital.

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EPFO to get tough with companies on dues front

With recovery of dues remaining a persistent problem, the Employees' Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) is considering taking legal actions in a time--bound manner to achieve targets. Many a time it has been observed that the establishments concerned are deducting PF contribution from employees but do not make speedy contribution of the same to the EPFO office. Recovery of arrears towards EPF and allied dues has been given special focus by the EPFO in the recent times.

After analysing performance of field offices for the April-December 2015, EPFO has found that only 41.31 per cent of current demand has been met for the country as a whole when it comes to un-exempted and exempted establishments. Patna, Bangalore and Raipur offices were the worst performers, while Ahmedabad, Madurai and Baroda were the best.

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Rajya Sabha polls: EC to hold biennial elections anytime

While it is still not clear when the Election Commission will hold the biennial polls for vacant Rajya Sabha seats in several states, including TS and AP, though Assembly elections are due in Tamil Nadu, Assam and Kerala from where the RS vacancies need to be filled.

Past experience shows that the EC had held biennial polls for the RS seats ahead of Assembly polls as the elected MLAs are the voters for the Upper House of Parliament. While Tamil Nadu Assembly term ends May 22, RS members elected from the state are to retire on June 29.

Similarly, Assam Assembly term ends by June 5, but the RS members will retire by April 9, while Kerala Assembly term ends by May 31 and the RS members from this state will retire by April 2. Biennial elections are due in 16 states where the term of RS members will be completed between April 2 and August 1.


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Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Gazala to tie the knot with Faisal Khan on Feb 24

It's wedding bells for Gazala Shaikh as she will be tying the knot with actor-boyfriend Faisal Raza Khan, who was last seen in Gustakh Dil.

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You can soon download films on mobiles in 5 sec

On the outskirts of this sleepy commuter town just south of London, plans are underway to build the fastest cellphone network in the world.

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Water ATMs in city soon

Chilled potable water will be sold through kiosks, modelled on the lines of cash-dispensing automated teller machines (ATMs) of banks.

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Telangana gets 82 more AIS posts

The Telangana government seems to have got more than it bargained for as the Centre cleared 82 new All India Service posts...

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Monday, February 22, 2016

PRADEEP SHAKTI NO MORE

Vasireddy Pradeep Shakti, well-known character artiste, succumbed to a severe heart attack on Saturday. 

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Customers money will be kept in escrow account: Ringing Bells

Since he announced the launch of a mobile phone for Rs 251, Mohit Goel has faced widespread scepticism, along with visits by police and income tax...

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Wife's letter talking of divorce, remarriage an act of cruelty: HC

A single letter can constitute an act of cruelty, the Delhi high court has said, granting divorce to a man living separately...

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Mobiles making India less cash conscious

A generational shift is taking place in the way Indians make payments....

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24 hrs & counting, 2 Captains among 6 killed in J&K gunfight

Two Army captains and a jawan were killed on Sunday in the continuing encounter between the security forces and Lashkar-e-Taiba...

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Friday, February 19, 2016

This 20-year-old just won her 200th medal

Aruna Reddy looks like a regular 20-year-old, except for the fact that this Hyderabadi girl has 200 medals in her vault. 

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Ringing Bells suspends taking Freedom251 orders

The much-hyped launch of the world's cheapest “Made in India“ smartphone was thrown into disarray on Thursday as a mad rush to book the Rs.251...

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Malaria costs India Rs 11,640 crore yearly, dengue Rs 6,000 crore: WHO

The steep rise in socio-economic burden due to vector-borne diseases like dengue, malaria, chikungunya, and Zika ...

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Metro service to be ready in June: KTR

Municipal administration and urban development minister K Taraka Rama Rao on Thursday...

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Thursday, February 18, 2016

Court Bars release of Sheena Movie

The Bombay high court on Wednesday restrained the producer of Bengali movie Dark Chocolate from releasing any further material apart from ...

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`Mana Bhoomi' website launched

The Telangana government would come up with a revenue policy on the lines of industrial policy for better revenue services, deputy chief minister...

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Over 21% Hyderabadis diabetic, finds survey

The average Hyderabadi is not in the pink of health according to revelations made by a massive diabetes screening programme that found 21.14%...

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Mobile phone @ Rs 251 rings in disbelief

A little-known company from UP on Wednesday launched the world's cheapest smartphone, which offers a 4-inch display , 1 GB RAM, 8 GB internal memory and dual-SIM option for Rs 251.

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Wednesday, February 17, 2016

PURI FINALLY FINDS A STORY FOR MAHESH

For nearly a year now, director Puri Jagannadh has been promising the audience another film with his Pokiri and Businessman star Mahesh Babu.

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Tribal festival Medaram Jatara begins today

Asia's biggest tribal biennial fair ­ Sammakka-Saralamma Jatara will begin at Medaram village on Wednesday .The fair will conclude on February 20.

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Single screen theatre owners want hike in ticket price

The Single Screen Theatre Owners Association has come up with the demand to raise the price of tickets to Rs 100.

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10-year-old Indian girl wows brainiacs' meet

There was jetlag from traveling 13 time zones and the brilliance of the world's brainiacs arrayed be fore her.

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Sheena case: CBI charges Peter with murder, conspiracy

Former media baron Peter Mukerjea was charged with the murder of his step-daughter Sheena Bora, criminal conspiracy...

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Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Prabhas mulling next film

For the last few years Prabhas has been working only on Baahubali, the second part of which is scheduled to hit the screens this year.

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By 2116, you will be able to download meals

Super skyscrapers, unS derwater cities and 3D printed homes will all be a reality in 100 years' time, according to a new report on life in the future.

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Stalker held for abducting Snapdeal exec

An obsessive stalker with a criminal past that includes three murder cases and inspired by the Shah Rukh Khan-starrer `Darr' ...

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Pastor's son rapes woman in city

A 26-year-old woman was raped by a pastor's son at Pahadisharif. Though the incident happened three weeks ago, it came to light only on Monday....

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Monday, February 15, 2016

VHP men attack SRK's car in Guj to lodge protest

Shouting slogans against Bollywood superstar Shahrukh Khan, VHP members threw stones at a parking lot of a luxury hotel...

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Lucky escape for actress Pranitha

Telugu film actress Pranitha Subhash had a miraculous escape after her car overturned and fell into roadside bushes at Mothe village of Nalgonda district...

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Soon, vehicle papers on mobiles to be valid

Come March, motorists across Telangana can furnish their driving licence and other related documents to any enforcement agency in electronic form ....

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Carcass of another spotted deer found on UoH campus

University of Hyderabad (UoH), once home to hundreds of spotted deer, the state animal of Telangana, is fast becoming a haven for poachers. 

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Friday, February 12, 2016

India can launch 4-tonne satellite

Director of Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre Dr K. Sivan, said on Thursday that engine level tests for the GSLV mark 03....

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Ishrat was LeT suicide bomber, says Headley

Pakistan-American Lashkar-e-Tayyaba terrorist David Coleman Heardley told a special court here via vido....

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K'taka CM wears a Rs 70 lakh watch?

When it comes to public engagements, Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah is not always a good timekeeper, given his hectic schedule.

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Thursday, February 11, 2016

Ram Gopal Varma to direct last Telugu film of his career

Director Ram Gopal Varma is always making news, sometimes because of his films and most of the times because of what he says.

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Deadlift!: Samantha lifts 100 kilos during her weight training exercise

Samantha takes the Web by storm with her latest exercise video where she lifts a 100 kilos.

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Closed jewellery shops surprises all

City residents who rushed to purchase gold following rumours of a huge fall in prices were...

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Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Beware! McDonald’s meal didn’t rot even after 6 years

The result of how a McDonald’s Happy Meal looks after six year will shock you.

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No plea filed with cops on girl's suspicious death

A five-year-old girl studying in UKG died in suspicious circumstances on Monday.

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CCTV in school must for SSC examination

While there are no basic facilities like benches, toilets and water in many government schools....

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Hyderabad doctor Shashi Kumar got drunk, ended his life

Dr P. Shashi Kumar had consumed a lot of alcohol before he shot himself.

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I was with the ISI, says Headley

The 2008 Mumbai terror attack case approver David Coleman Headley on Tuesday informed...

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Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Lyricist Nida Fazli Passes away at 78

Renowned poet and lyricist Nida Fazli, who has enthralled several generations with his...

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Tutors Hike Fees During Exams

The Fast-approaching exams season has led to spurt in demand for tuitions and tutors...

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Doc shoots doc in row over IT zone hospital

An angry doctor opened fire at his business partner inside a parked car at Himayatnagar....

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Aadi and I wrapped up the climax stunt in 12 hours flat: Kabir

Aadi-starrer Garam will be Kabir Duhan Singh's fifth Telugu film to hit the screens and the actor is mighty chuffed with the way his career....

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Tata to partner state in double-bedroom scheme

Tata Group has agreed to partner with Telangana government in implementing the state's flagship scheme of building free two bedroom houses for poor.

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Friday, February 5, 2016

Sreenivas-Tamannaah song cost `2.25 crore

The “special song“ Aatakundhoy Bellamkonda from Sreenivas's Speedunnodu is a testament for Tollywood's obsession for song and dance.

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India Rides The Superbike Dream

Superbikes cruising on Indian roads: This is one trend getting stronger with time. A long ride on a powerful Harley Davidson...

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Security tightened at Puranapul

A day after the State Election Commission ordered repolling in the Puranapul division, scheduled to be held on Friday,...

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Suspense as re-poll pushes back counting

The battle for Baldia has turned dramatic with the State Election Commission delaying counting of votes...

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Thursday, February 4, 2016

Baby boy for Prakash Raj

Actor Prakash Raj and his wife Pony Verma were blessed with a baby boy...

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Wedding bells in Chiru family

Chiranjeevi’s younger daughter Srija is set to marry again and sources say the veteran actor is absolutely over the moon.

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TS clueless on fighting virus

A state of confusion is prevailing among health officials in Telangana State (TS) government

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Sex case on hockey captain

After being charged with sexual exploitation by a British ...

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Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Kolkata bizman has admitted to killing wife, sons: Police

Police finally managed to question Neil Fonseca on Tuesday , 20 days after they found him injured in his bedroom where wife,...

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Salman Khan city voter?

Voters at the Gowlipura polling booth on Tuesday had no less than Bollywood superstar Salman Khan for company...

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Missing Nota button on EVMs stumps voters

Those landing up at the polling booths to cast their votes in favour of None of the Above (Nota) in the GHMC polls were in for a surprise...

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EXIT POLLS SEE BIG WIN FOR TRS

The Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) appears set to be daubed in pink with all exit polls givin...

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Monday, February 1, 2016

PK gives the nod to star in Telugu remake of Vedalam!

Hyderabad Times was the first to report that Pawan Kalyan will be teaming up with director SJ Suryah -who earlier directed Kushi -next.

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HDFC Bank's ATMs will lend to non-customers too

HDFC Bank, which has emerged as the most valuable lender on the back of its strong retail book,...

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Candidates offer `novel' gifts for votes

Candidates in fray for the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) elections are coming up with new ideas to lu re voters,...

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Train burnt, roads blocked as Kapu fury erupts in AP

The Kapu `Garjana', seeking quota for the Kapu community in government jobs and educational institutions in Andhra Pradesh,...

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