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Rural AP feels inflation heat

If you think it is only urban areas which are facing the heat of inflation, think again. In the seven months of 2012, inflation in rural areas of the state was higher than in their urban counterparts.

Cyberabad, a death zone

Driving in the Telangana region or the Cyberabad suburbs of the city, is reason enough to be extra-cautious on the road. Of the 25 most accident-prone areas identified in the state, five are in the

Poor yield to make sunflower oil dearer

In further bad news for kitchen budgets, officials said the price of sunflower oil marketed by the government might increase by Rs 5 to Rs 10 in the coming months. Krishna Das, manager, Andhra Prades

Varied met data confuses state

Poor rainfall this season has been blamed for virtually everything that’s going wrong in the state but how poor is the rainfall situation suddenly seems like a big question. Ironically, this is becaus

Autos ahead in traffic violations

Autorickshaw drivers seem to be the most common violators of traffic rules in the city along with motorcyclists. About 27 per cent of the total number of cases booked by the traffic police from 2009 t

State tops food inflation in South, clocks 10% increase

Food inflation in Andhra Pradesh was higher in the January-July period this year than in the three other southern states. Inflation stood at 8.84 per cent in the food, beverages and tobacco group of t

Food prices up by 10%

Prices of several essential agricultural commodities have increased by more than 10 per cent in the last one month, according to figures released by the state civil supplies commission. The price hike

Soya cultivation replacing paddy

Farmers in some districts of the Telangana region of the state have been shifting to more profitable soyabean cultivation from crops like pulses, maize and paddy. This kharif season, the area under s

AP is most talkative on cellphone: Study

People of the state spend the most time talking on their mobile phones among the southern states.
In the first three months of the year, each subscriber in the state (GSM and CDMA) spent 305 minutes a

New MS mail a big hit among city youngsters

Having replaced Hotmail with its new email service Outlook, the top honchos at software giant Microsoft would be pleased as punch, if the reaction of the city’s youth is followed everywhere. While mos

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