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ED: NBFC With Less Than ₹10cr Gave ₹2,000cr Loans
‘Fintech Firms Used Kudos As Legal Cover’
T Knocks Doors To Arrest Rising Cases
Fever Survey At Every Doorstep In T From Today ■ Harish Warns Hospitals To Adhere To Pricing Norms
Positive status a chance discovery for many in T
For many people testing positive, it has been a chance discovery as they were asymptomatic and discovered their Covid-19 status while taking the test for purposes other than illness.
Panjagutta steel bridge finally open for public
The second Panjagutta steel bridge on road number 3 at Banjara Hills was finally thrown open to the public on Thursday.
Necklace Road fun zones told to pay T dues
PPP Projects On Govt Land In City Warned Power, Water Access Will Be Cut
Centre ignored Telangana in awarding rail projects: Vinod
Telangana State Planning Board vice-chairman B Vinod Kumar has alleged that the Centre was doing gross injustice to the state in awarding new railway projects and implementing existing ones.
Absenteeism, lack of resource slow down Hyd realty sector
The steady rise in Covid-19 cases has started slow down work in the city’s real estate sector.
30% Vaxxed Lose Immunity In 6 Mnths: Study
Waning Immunity Proportional To Age, Finds Study ■ 9-Mnth Precaution Dose Gap Benefits 70% People
Task Force, HMDA officials pull down 10 more illegal buildings
Task Force and Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority (HMDA) officials demolished 10 more illegal structures.
T says no to Centre's plan to divert Godavari water
Rejects Move To Draw Water At Icchampally
THE ANIMAL-HUMAN CONFLICT
RAJESH MENON is a wildlife photographer and environmental conservationist living in North India. Here he shares some ideas for solutions to the animalhuman conflicts that are apparent in all regions of the world today.
Passion and Love for Community
Dr. Prakash Tyagi is the executive director of Gramin Vikas Vigyan Samiti (GRAVIS), an NGO dedicated to working in impoverished rural regions of India, including the Thar desert, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand, and Bundelkhand. In part 2 of this interview with Kashish Kalwani, he speaks about how things have changed due to the pandemic and the importance of passion and love for community.
Modern Vinyasa FOR THE MASSES
Teacher Calvin Corzine brings a functional yet challenging approach to yoga with an emphasis on making everyday movement easier.
India Is on a Tear
Massive modernization presents opportunities for investors.
Love, Non-violence, and Truth
DR. PRAKASH TYAGI is the Executive Director of Gramin Vikas Vigyan Samiti (GRAVIS), an NGO dedicated to working in impoverished rural regions of India, including the Thar Desert, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand, and Bundelkhand. In part 1 of this interview with KASHISH KALWANI, he speaks about applying the Gandhian principles of love, non-violence, and truth to support communities in need.
WISDOM FROM MY FATHER
The tempo 1 was ready to depart. It was a short 30-minute journey from Bhatkal to Uppunda, a sleepy village in coastal Karnataka, India. My father, sister, and I were traveling together.
GM's Exit From India Hits a Roadblock
The long-delayed sale of its plants to a Chinese company faces local labor and political opposition
ELIZABETH DENLEY has been a student of both science and spirituality all her life. Trained as a scientist, she turned her field of inquiry and research skills to the field of meditation and spirituality after starting the Heartfulness practices in the late 80s. Here she shares some thoughts on the importance of selfacceptance.
The New Storytelling:We Are All Indigenous Global Citizens
WAKANYI HOFFMAN is a Global Education Specialist and founder of the African Folktales Project. In Part 2 of her interview with SARA BUBBER, Wakanyi shares the value of storytelling, passing down wisdom through generations, her Kikuyu culture, and how we are all indigenous global citizens.
The Vaccine's Last Mile Problem
India is racing to vaccinate its villages, including many in remote and desperately poor areas where suspicion of the government’s motives runs deep