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Hackers hit Reliance Broadband

The hacker group Anonymous has claimed that it has hacked into Reliance Communication’s broadband filtering servers. Several users of Reliance Broadband were redirected to a page created by the group,

Docs rely on smartphone medical apps

Medical apps on smartphones and tablet computers are increasingly finding good use in hospitals in the city. Specialists across different fields are employing apps to make their work easier and patien

Long drives pose health risks

Long drives to office everyday could have long-term effect on health, say doctors and specialists. With workplaces being far away from home, more and more people are travelling by cars for long hour

GM crops need of the hour, say experts


Genetically Modified (GM) seeds are the need of the hour to bolster farm production in the face of rising demand, and a way to match productivity of countries such as China and Vietnam, according to f

Banks harass Gulf expatriate

International banks operating in Arab countries are reportedly threatening expatriates, who have returned to the country after defaulting on their loans and credit card payments.

These banks have hir

Haemophilia Day: Experts favour early intervention

There are about 220 hemophiliacs in the city and 2,600 in the state, though unidentified cases may be about 15,000, according to figures cited by the Haemophilia Society, on the occasion of World Hemo

Heat can be fatal for elderly

City doctors warn that even a slight increase in temperature can affect the health of the elderly, especially those with chronic diseases. With the mercury rising, doctors suggest that those aged abov

Traffic police excesses on Twitter, FB

Can a police constable stop a vehicle in the middle of the road, abruptly turn off the engine and take away the ignition key? The Hyderabad Traffic Police admits it is a wrong practice, but supports i

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