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Alarmed at a real estate advertisement selling what seemed to be wakf land in Maheswaram, the AP State Waqf Board (APSWB) on Thursday ordered an inquiry into the matter.
Motorists who try to sneak under closed railway gates to cross the tracks will soon have to spend some time cooling their heels behind bars.
Actor Rajamraju passes away at 83  (01 August 05:47 am) 
Senior actor Sagiraju Rajamraju, popularly known as Mukku Raju, died in his hometown Cherukuwada in West Godavari district of AP on Thursday. He was 83. 
Protest for JRF hike reaches Hyderabad  (01 August 05:47 am) 
Demanding an increase in junior research fellowship (JRF), research scholars cutting across institutions staged a protest at Osmania University (OU) on Thursday.
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) officials on Thursday laid a trap and caught red handed the headmaster of a Railway High School in Secunderabad and the chief office superintendent in South
The boycott call given by the high court advocates joint action committee disrupted court proceedings here on Thursday.
Inter student hangs self  (01 August 05:47 am) 
Accusing his college vice-principal of harassment, a Narayana junior college student committed suicide by hanging at home in Old Miyapur on Wednesday.
The Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) standing committee and the civic body commissioner seem to be at loggerheads over the latter’s decision to implement fines for littering on certain
The TRS government is preparing to present its maiden budget, but finance minister Etela Rajender is an unhappy man.
 In a goodwill gesture, AP chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu on Thursday came forward to bear 58% of the total fee reimbursement burden which according to him would cost his state over Rs 4,000
In a goodwill gesture, AP chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu on Thursday came forward to bear 58% of the total fee reimbursement burden which according to him would cost his state over Rs 4,000 crore
On August 1, 1846, a treacherous thunderstorm raged through London. ‘Vivid flashes of lightning’ struck, the wind howled, and in a hotel room, very close to Bond Street, a ‘Prince’
Bengal Marxists seem to be caught in a time warp. For the five years since their support curve started dipping since the 2008 panchayat polls, Alimuddin Street has been making resolutions of a
After a woman railway employee complained that she was gang-raped for several years by four of her colleagues at the Chitpur railway yard in north Kolkata, Eastern Railway (ER) has tightened security
Home inmates allege torture by officials  (01 August 05:46 am) 
Like last two times on Thursday morning too some inmates tried to flee from the home. A group which consisted of around 25 had fled from the home earlier about a fortnight ago. Only 22 inmates could
The case of the mysterious disappearance of Indian Museum official Sunil Upadhyay reached Supreme Court on Thursday with a relative filing a habeas corpus petition requesting an inter-state
Cops to seize e-rickshaws, slap charges  (01 August 05:46 am) 
Delhi Police is gearing up to launch a crackdown on e-rickshaws in the wake of the Delhi high court\'s order banning them till a law is framed.
Alliance Air will resume its ATR flights to Tezpur/Lilabari and Shillong from Kolkata after two months. The airline stopped services in these routes from June 1 due to irregular payment of the
Alliance Air will resume its ATR flights to Tezpur/Lilabari and Shillong from Kolkata after two months. The airline stopped services in these routes from June 1 due to irregular payment of the
Pointing fingers at Union transport minister Nitin Gadkari, Aam Aadmi Party on Thursday said that the Centre must take responsibility for the temporary ban imposed on e-rickshaws by the Delhi high
The demand of Presidency University students’ union to admit eight undergraduate students to the college for various postgraduate courses hit an iron wall on Thursday.
If the gruesome murder of the daughter-in-law of biscuit baron late on Sunday night was shocking, her husband\'s attitude all through the gory operation was even more chilling.
Fraud copied police officers to con them  (01 August 05:46 am) 
Master fraudster Sekhar Ganguly, who passed himself off as the chief medical officer of health of Kolkata Police Hospital (a non-existent post), had spent hours standing at police checkpoints and
Fetching a wholesale price of Rs 40-Rs 45 a kilo in local markets, it is bringing growers better returns than the \'king of fruits\', the apple.
The morning cuppa, for many, is no longer what it used to be. Tea has, well, changed its colour and turned green. With all the cosmopolitan hangovers — work pressure, stress and anxiety — a