Trump Signals Will Run Again In 2024, On Republican Ticket
Seeks Ouster Of Lawmakers Who Voted To Impeach Him From GOP
Cyber Attack Behind Mumbai Blackout: Maha Home Minister
Probe Panel Had Found Evidence Of Suspicious Entry: Min
Govt Unlikely To Allow Sale Of Vax In Open Market For Now
Govt To Take Decision Once Drive Covers 30-Cr Priority Population
RJD, SP Ignore Left-Cong, Say They're With Mamata
My Fight & Their Fight Same, Says Mamata
Cops Slam Brakes On SUV ‘Gifting' Gang, Arrest 10
Hyderabad: A 15-member inter-state gang, which allegedly duped several victims across the country by impersonating as representatives of prominent e-commerce companies and offering sports utility vehicles (SUVs) as gift, was busted. Cyberabad police have arrested 10 members of the gang from Mancherial, Jharkhand and Bihar on Monday.
Army Cancels Exam To Recruit Soldiers After Paper Leak
New Delhi: The Army has cancelled an examination for pan India recruitment of general duty personnel after paper was found to have been leaked, officials said on Sunday. They said at least three persons have been arrested in Pune so far in this connection.
Obesity Should've Been On Comorbidity List, Say Experts
Few Call List Exhaustive, Others Say It’s Restrictive
‘Rahul Was On Vacation When Fisheries Min Was Formed'
Puducherry: After Rahul Gandhi’s charge of no dedicated ministry to deal with the issues of fishermen, Union home minister on Sunday said Amit Shah the Congress leader was on vacation when the NDA formed the ministry of fisheries, animal husbandry, and dairying in 2019.
KCR To Inspect Yadadri Temple Work On March 4
Hyderabad: Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao will be visiting Yadadri temple on March 4 to inspect the works which are in the final stages of completion.
Fishing Trip Ends In Tragedy, 3 Friends Die In Car Crash
Hyderabad: A fishing trip ended in a tragedy after a car crashed into a container truck on the National Highway-44 at Shadnagar on Sunday. Three youngsters died and their friend suffered severe injuries in the accident.
4 girls from marginalised communities in Hyd cricket team
If one has the right support system, achieving one’s dream or pursuing a passion is not mission impossible.
Scriptwriter alerts GHMC on illegal constructions in Banjara
Dozens of illegal constructions are coming up in many parts of the city. As per the GHMC records, 50% of the structures in the city have building plan deviations while 10% of them are illegal.
CAG writes to Bengal, says Amphan info blacked out
‘Non-Cooperation Has Blocked Relief & Rehab Expenditure Audit’
Hyd co guns for record by laying 25.54 km-lane in under 18 hours
City-based infrastructure player IJM India, a subsidiary of Malaysia’s IJM Construction Berhad, on Saturday said it has set a new record by laying 25.54 lane-kilometers (12.77 km) of the Solapur-Bijapur section of the four-lane National Highway-13 in just 17 hours and 45 minutes.
Four Young Sailors March Towards Career In Army
Madhava and Bharati Rao, parents of 10-year-old Manideep Perikatta, couldn’t stop beaming on Saturday. Earlier this week, their son was selected for the Army Boy Sports Company in Bengaluru - set up by the Indian Army under its engineer's regiment.
Straight fight between TMC, BJP in Bengal
Kolkata: The poll date announcement on Friday has set the stage in Bengal for an exciting end-game to a contest that could end in a photo-finish.
Stage set for a do-or-die battle between EPS, Stalin
EPS Has Graduated The Art Of Managing Political Brinkmanship
4 Held For Kidnapping Make-Up Artiste Over Monetary Dispute
Hyderabad: Banjara Hills police on Friday declared the arrest of four persons for kidnapping a make-up artiste who works in Tollywood on Thursday. The victim was rescued in Nalgonda, while the accused were taking him to Chennai.
Cops Arrest Four Inter-State Peddlers, 80kg Ganja Seized
Hyderabad: Taskforce police arrested four inter-state ganja peddlers and seized 80 kilos ganja from their possession.
Earthmover runs amok in Jubilee Hills, 2 injured
Hyderabad: Four vehicles, including two high-end cars were damaged and two persons sustained minor injuries in a road accident when an earthmover ran amok at road number 36 in Jubilee Hills on Friday.
Australia Passes Law To Make Facebook, Google Pay For News
Canberra: Australia’s law forcing Google and Facebook to pay for news is ready to take effect, though the laws’ architect said it will take time for the digital giants to strike media deals.
HC Asks TTD To Submit Its Property Details
Vijayawada: The high court on Thursday asked the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD) to submit details of the resolutions passed by the temple body’s trust board on the measures initiated to safeguard the temple’s movable and immovable properties. It also sought details of the properties published in the temple body’s website.
Illegal Constructions Continue To Flourish
Hyderabad: Illegal constructions continue to flourish in parts of city. Deviations in construction by raising double the number of floors allowed are seen in parts of Kondapur in Serilingampally circle, parts of Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation’s (GHMC) Kukatpally zone and Malakpet circle (Old City).
Motorists Protest Late Fee For Docu Renewal
Hyderabad: Motorists who could not renew the motor vehicle documents due to Covid-19 pandemic, the lockdown or other reasons, are now caught in a difficult situation as they are being imposed with a penalty, despite an advisory from the Union government to extend the validity of all motor vehicle documents till March 31.
Akhand Bharat Possible, Will Be Good For Pakistan, Says Bhagwat
Considers Pak, Afghanistan As ‘Our Own’
Over The Top
Giroud’s Bicycle-Kick Goal Gives Chelsea The Advantage
'This Is A Movement, Led Entirely By Farmers ... Accepting Demands Of Your Own People Does Not Mean Defeat'
Farmers of Haryana have been integral to the protests against the central farm laws. Deepender Singh Hooda, a member of the Congress party and a Rajya Sabha MP from Haryana, spoke to Amin Ali about the protests and his party’s position on the fallout:
Why Government Must Make Google, Facebook Pay For Content
As the world’s largest democracy, as its second-largest online market, as a soon-to-become fastest growing major economy, India should have taken the lead on making Google and Facebook – two alarmingly dominant global super-monopolies – pay a fair share of earnings they make from domestically produced news content on the internet.
Allowing Pvt Hosps To Vax Will Boost Process: Guleria
New Delhi: The director of AIIMS, Dr Randeep Guleria, has welcomed the Centre’s decision to allow private hospitals to vaccinate people against Covid-19. The move will help expedite the immunisation process, he said on Wednesday.
HC Bars Outsiders From Using Newly-Laid Road On UoH Campus
Hyderabad: Finding fault with the state, revenue authorities and GHMC for behaving in a high-handed manner against the University of Hyderabad (UoH), the high court on Wednesday said a road laid forcibly in the varsity should not be used by outsiders.