Train travel from Bengaluru to Chennai and Hyderabad is likely to get faster as the railways is planning to increase speed on the routes to 160 kmph. This means travel time between Bengaluru and Hyderabad (632km) is expected to come down to 5-7 hours from the current 10-12 hours. Similarly, travel time to Chennai (362km) may reduce to 3-4 hours from 5-6 hours.
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Mallya Loses Battle To Keep London Home
Mallya’s house in UK is worth tens of millions of pounds
T-Hub gets ₹5 crore from Startup India Seed Fund
T-Hub will be disbursing the funds to around 15 eligible startups for providing financial assistance for proof of concept, prototype development, product trials, market-entry, and commercialisation
Severe shortage of IAS, IPS officers continues to haunt admin in state
Even seven-and a-half years after Telangana came into being, the state is facing severe shortage of IAS and IPS officers.
Five drunk drivers held for culpable homicide..
Accused Include AI Staffer & Friends, Truck Driver & His Employer
Explain why officials not given postings for yrs: HC
Waste Of Resources To Keep Officials Idle: Petitioner’s Counsel
ED arrests Servomax MD in ₹400 crore loan fraud
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has arrested Servomax India managing director Avasarala Venkateswara Rao on money laundering charges in the ₹402 crore bank loan fraud case.
Covid Hits T Admin As Babus, Cops Test +ve
Some Were Present In Cabinet Meet ■ Public Health Director Positive ■ Many Depts Shut Doors For Visitors
Sec'bad Club lacks fire safety
No Smoke, Fire Detectors, Sprinklers ■ Have All Permissions, Says Club
Residents move NGT over stone and mining units
Seek Stringent Action Against Polluting Units
NCBC opposes OBC tag for transgenders
An NCBC member said that caste is assigned by birth, and thus whoever is born in a community should be given reservation benefits in that community
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.
BELLANDUR LAKE FROTH - Debasish Ghosh
Bangalore, India, was once known for its interconnected lake systems, which provided a reliable water source. As the city grew, these lakes have encroached, and the water became polluted day by day. The largest, Bellandur Lake, now carry huge volumes of snowy froth, which block the adjacent canals.
The Heartful Chef
VIJAY SADHU is a perfectionist. Whether he is standing in the kitchen of one of his many successful restaurants in the United States, competing with Bobby Flay, or simply sitting in meditation, Chef Vijay determinedly puts his heart into everything he does. The result? Great food that is filled with love, hard-earned and well-deserved success, and a daily effort to show up as his best possible self. Sitting at a table at Fausto’s, Kanha Shanti Vanam’s Italian Restaurant, he shares more about his passion for cooking and his journey of becoming a chef with MAMATA VENKAT, how finding a Guru and diving into spirituality changed his attitude in the kitchen, and how all of his experiences have shaped his most important role: being a parent.
POISE UNDER PRESSURE
Youth icon, sportswoman, and multi-award recipient, P.V. SINDHU has many national and international titles under her belt, the latest being the 2019 World Badminton Championships. A never-say-never attitude, a magnetic smile and twinkling eyes, she is an epitome of humbleness and graceful poise. Here she speaks with SATYA SAHAY at the inauguration of the P.V. Sindhu Badminton Academy at the Lalaji Memorial Omega International School in Chennai.
In this delightful interview, BHAMINI SHREE shares her journey of expression through painting – both Madhubani folk art and abstract painting – with MEGHANA ANAND. Through art, gradually she was able to manage her depression, expand her self-expression, and also develop her art as a career.
India exit: Ford Motor in talks with union to decide compensation for workers
Faced by mounting losses, Ford had decided to cease local vehicle manufacturing in India, as part of its India restructuring
State Health Minister cites death data, urges public to get vaccinated
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TN enforces ‘Sunday' lockdown
Though Sunday was ‘Kaanum Pongal’, traditionally celebrated by people by visiting places of their choice alongwith family and friends, they were confined to their homes this year
Just 8K streets have 50K active cases
Corpn staff say poor observance of quarantine norms results in spread of virus in localities
ISL: Bio bubble failure, mental fatigue force players to speak up
IN ITS carefully-crafted image over the last eight years, there haven't been many open voices of dissent in the Indian Super League (ISL). Hence, when a player called the competition 'adulterated', claimed that players are losing interest and desire to compete and are just waiting for the ‘league to end', the focus shifted. It went from on the field - where the matches have been severely affected by Covid - to life inside the ISL bubble in Goa, which India captain Sunil Chhetri said was 'hard' and 'frustrating'.