India win one-off Test against Bangladesh by 208-runs

Monday, February 13, 2017


Hyderabad: India beat Bangladesh in the one-off test by 208-runs on Day 5 after visitors failed to chase the target of 459-runs. Bangladesh were 202/5 at lunch on the fifth and final day of the one-off Test against India in Hyderabad on Monday. ALSO READ: BCCI congratulates Indian cricket team for winning the T20 World Cup for Blind At …

India to carry forward momentum from England series: Kumble

Wednesday, February 08, 2017


Hyderabad: India will look to build on a highly successful home season when it clashes with Bangladesh, says head coach Anil Kumble even as he emphasised on his side’s ability to take 20 wickets. “We would like to look at it as continuation from where we left against England. It’s been a good home season …

78 stations under SCR to get nearly 2000 CCTV cameras

Friday, January 20, 2017


Hyderabad: To improve monitoring and curb crime at railway stations, a total of 1,938 CCTV cameras will be installed in 78 more stations under South Central Railway (SCR), a senior official said today. “Till 2016, only 42 stations were provided with CCTV surveillance systems having 682 cameras. Proposals have been finalised to install 1,938 CCTV …

Remote controlled kites to be introduced during ‘KITE 2017’

Saturday, January 07, 2017


Hyderabad: ‘KITE 2017‘, Telangana State’s 2nd International Kite Festival, to be held from January 12 to 17 here is going to introduce ‘Remote controlled kites’. “Traditionally kites are flown with strings. But, remote controlled flying of kites is something revolutionary which is not witnessed much in India. The joy of remote control kite flying offers …

Over 1,500 cases of drunken driving registered in Hyderabad

Monday, January 02, 2017


Hyderabad: Police have registered over 1,500 cases of drunken driving under the three Commissionerate limits here, even as the New Year celebrations in the city passed off without any untoward incident. Hyderabad City Traffic Police held a special drive to curb drunken driving, rash and negligent driving, overspeeding, triple seat riding on two-wheelers and booked …

Govt making efforts to make Telangana become ‘Cashless’: KCR

Friday, December 23, 2016


Hyderabad: Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao on Friday said his government is putting in efforts to make the state take a lead in becoming “cashless“. “Telangana will soon become the first state in the country to fully go for cashless transactions and the government is making all efforts for it,” KCR said, addressing a …

I-T dept seizes Rs 66 lakh cash in new notes in Hyderabad

Sunday, December 18, 2016


The Income Tax department has seized Rs 66 lakh cash, all in new Rs 2000 notes, as part of the anti-black money crackdown operations in Hyderabad.. The first incident, that occurred on the night of December 16, was reported at the Telugu Academy in Himayatnagar when an I-T team intercepted few people who ran into …

Seven storey building collapses in Nanakramguda area of Hyderabad.

Friday, December 09, 2016


Seven storey building collapsed in  IT hub Nanakramguda area of Hyderabad.  Rescue operations continue, while two people including a child rescued from the collapsed building, were shifted to hospital. At least 10 people are feared trapped under the debris of the building. “We are certain that some workers are trapped inside. The debris clearing will take time and …

PhD student in UoH slits wrist, hospitalised

Saturday, November 19, 2016


A PhD student of the University of Hyderabad (UoH) today slit his wrist apparently due to exam pressure, varsity officials said. However, some students alleged that he took the step as he was humiliated by a faculty member. The incident took place this evening. “Moses Abhraham, a PhD student in the university’s ACRHEM department, suddenly took …

Stretcher denied, wife drags husband to first floor at Andhra Pradesh government hospital

Friday, November 18, 2016


A woman dragged her ailing husband from the ground floor to the first floor of the hospital. She was denied a stretcher to carry him. Srinivasa Chary, 45, suffered from symptoms of gastroenteritis. His wife, Sree Vani, 40, brought him to the hospital. The staff there bluntly told her that they did not have stretchers. …

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