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Russia and Ukraine have agreed to discuss a \"summer package\" of gas supplies late this month, with Kiev winning an assurance at Monday\'s EU-mediated talks in Brussels that it would not pay for energy
Delhi Development Authority (DDA) is set for a revamp – from its present role as a developer to that of a “regulator/ facilitator”.
Some 30,000 Iraqi troops and militia backed by aircraft pounded jihadists in and around Tikrit on Monday in the biggest offensive yet to retake one of the Islamic State group\'s main strongholds.
Film star and Jana Sena leader Pawan Kalyan will visit the capital region on March 5.
TDP leaders continue to voice their ire  (03 March 07:47 am) 
Even as Andhra Pradesh chief minister and TDP president Chandrababu Naidu chose to stay mum after his post-budget outburst against the Centre, several TDP leaders continued to voice their anger
Andhra advocates strike work  (03 March 07:47 am) 
Thousands of advocates from the north coastal districts of Andhra Pradesh abstained from duties on Monday to protest the physical assault on a judge from the Andhra region by Telangana advocates at
A bill to raise the number of Andhra Pradesh legislative council members from 50 to 58 was introduced in the Lok Sabha on Monday amid protests by some opposition members.
A pushcart to promote poetry  (03 March 07:47 am) 
Imagine poetry being \'sold\' off the streets.
Congress members from Andhra Pradesh and Telangana staged a dharna in the well of the Rajya Sabha on Monday demanding justice for the successor states of Andhra Pradesh.
Capital Region Development Authority (CRDA) officials began verification of consent forms filed by farmers following the expiry of the deadline for Land Pooling Scheme (LPS).
Apart from a single-window mechanism to issue all clearances within 21 days to industries, Andhra Pradesh is working towards putting in place a provision for deemed approvals and exemptions, chief
A hospital worker has attacked her drunk husband with a surgical blade on his private parts, causing permanent damage, at Asif Nagar.
Kacheguda police busted a three-member burglary gang and recovered Rs 11 lakh worth stolen property, including 38 tola gold, on Sunday night.
A 65-year-old housewife died and a truck cleaner suffered severe injuries when a car, driven by a senior citizen, crashed into a road divider at Erragadda on Monday night.
Temple thief nabbed  (03 March 07:47 am) 
A notorious thief, who had committed several thefts at temples in the city, was caught by locals when he was stealing ornaments from Sai Baba temple at Gayathri Hills in Jubilee Hills on Monday.
Keshava Reddy to be new SCB V P  (03 March 07:47 am) 
The Telangana Rashtra Samiti (TRS) has named S Keshava Reddy, who won from ward II (Rasoolpura), the next vice-president of the Secunderabad Cantonment Board (SCB).
S Keshava Reddy is all set to become the vice-president of the Secunderabad Cantonment Board (SCB) on Tuesday, but an old case may return to haunt him.
Former Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa has blamed India for the insurgency in Pakistan.
A bill to raise the number of members of Andhra Pradesh legislative council from 50 to 58 was introduced in Lok Sabha on Monday amid protests by some opposition members.
AP advances Eamcet to May 8  (03 March 07:47 am) 
Andhra Pradesh has decided to hold Eamcet on May 8 instead of May 10.
'Minorities still persecuted'  (03 March 07:47 am) 
Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (MIM) legislator Akbaruddin Owaisi on Monday criticised Prime Minister Narendra Modi for reacting to objectionable comments made by BJP members and those associated with
Realizing that securing funds for the construction of the new capital would not be an easy task, the Andhra Pradesh government is now veering towards a small township with administrative blocks and
You'll pay more for power from April  (03 March 07:47 am) 
The revision of electricity tariff announced on Monday is a mixed bag. For it doesn\'t affect around 1.36 crore consumers who use less than 100 units a month; but others will have to pay 15 paise more
Karnataka is home to 10,000 students from various countries. But in the absence of an uniform admission process, international students find it tough to switch courses or shift colleges.
At a time when many theatres and commercial complexes in the city are being redeveloped into residential apartment complexes, Shanti theatre on Mount Road is set to go the same way.