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Amid Omicron, Delta Alarms Hospitals
Delta Responsible For Several Deaths ■ Many Landing Up In Serious Condition In Hospitals
Railways stalls recruitment drive after Bihar violence
New Delhi: The railway ministry on Wednesday suspended the ongoing recruitment process for non technical posts amid violent protests in Bihar where protesters set four empty coaches on fire. The ministry also set up a five-member high level committee to look into the issues raised by the applicants many of whom have joined the demonstrations affecting rail operations.
Rare stone sculptures, historical remains found in Nalgonda dist
Hyderabad: Archaeologists unearthed historical remains and over a 1,000-year-old rare sculptures at Bhattugudem in Peddavura mandal of Nalgonda district.
As soon as nat'l anthem is played, Nalgonda stops in its tracks
Hyderabad: Two children walking on the road suddenly stop as they hear the national anthem being played from the loudspeakers. During Republic Day celebrations, that is what happens everywhere.
Form spl cell to curb drug trafficking, crime: KCR
CM KCR instructed the DGP to form Narcotic and Organised Crime Control Cell and also to prepare action plan for implementation of anti-narcotic measures
In a first, TRS appoints party chiefs for 33 dists
Move Ahead Of KCR’s Tour Of Telangana
R-Day celebrations set to be muted as virus marches on
Street children hold the national flag at Paradise Junction
KTR slams Centre for not giving land in SCB for skyways
Minister KT Rama Rao plays cricket at Gajularamaram after inaugurating a sports park
What about children's concerns, HC asks T
A youngster gets vaccinated at a UPHC in Hayathnagar
Violence mars BJP MP's Nandipet visit
Arvind said his car was damaged in stone pelting by TRS workers
From Pakistan with Love
Pakistan sees a victorious Taliban in Afghanistan to the west and a partner in China to the East. But the U.S. is at odds with both, pushing leader Imran Khan into a delicate balancing act.
America Can't Ignore Afghanistan
Exclusive: Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan says the Taliban can be a partner for peace, not a terrorist threat - if the U.S. stays engaged.
CHER'S SINGING IS ELE-PHANTASTIC!
Special recordings bringing peace to pachyderms
GLOBAL TECH GIANTS THREATEN TO LEAVE PAKISTAN OVER NEW RULES
Internet and technology companies have threatened to leave Pakistan after the government granted blanket powers to authorities to censor digital content, a move critics say was aimed at curtailing freedom of expression in the conservative Islamic nation.
MARYAM and NIVAAL REHMAN became activists when they were eight years old, inspiring girls in their village in Pakistan to continue their education. The now 19-year-old twins have since worked for such causes as girls’ education, climate justice, gender equality and inclusivity. They have their own non-profit, The World With MNR, that uses advocacy, storytelling and development to take action and inspire others to do the same. They have used their social media and YouTube channels to cover several events, including the Social Good Summit in New York City, the Girl Up Leadership Summit in Washington D.C., and interviews with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Nobel Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai, and Madame Christine Lagarde, President of the European Central Bank. They have received several awards, including the Governor General’s Caring Canadian Award. Recently they released a documentary on the status of girls’ education in Pakistan and held global screenings to spark further conversation and inspire action.
EXILE IN THE AGE OF MODI
How Hindu nationalism has trampled the founding idea of my country
Transitioning to EV is the way to go - If we'll do it is another question entirely
Pakistan has been proactive in forming an EV policy and has gotten much acclaim for it. But does the government have plans beyond just saving the environment, and will they be able to pull it off?
Where the women at?
On KLF manels, and why financial inclusion for women matters Think of this as the Profit female reporters’ manifesto on calling out corporate fluff
Turnaround at AkzoNobel Pakistan in the making?
After three years of tepid revenue and profit growth, the global paints giant's Pakistani subsidiary is beginning to see significantly increased profitability