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Taking on doctors and passport slack


Regional Passport Officer Dr K. Srikar Reddy’s bitter experiences in life have brought out the compassionate side in him.

Religion does not block organ swap

Humanity won over religion when the relatives of two patients — whose kidneys had failed — swapped organs in order to save each other’s lives.

The ‘pair donor exch-ange’, which took place on November

Sewage water swamps church

The compound of the Holy Trinity Church, Begumpet, is inundated with drainage water since the last four days making it difficult for parishioners to attend chu-rch services. Church members say they ha

Dirty water makes 70 sick in 20 days

As many as 70 residents of Bela Colony of Shalibanda in the old city have fallen ill in just the past 20 days. Contaminated drinking water is the reason, say the residents.

People living in the colon

Meet the defender of the stripes


It was the massive stretch of undisturbed forest and the Srisailam Tiger Reserve, a large part of the Nallamala Forests, which completely changed Devidas Manghnani’s focus in life. That is how the 50-year-old food grain merchant from Hyderabad become a tiger guardian.

Udderly delicious: Indian cow milk the best in world


Indian cows are better than their bovine counterparts abroad in terms of quality of milk, lifespan, fat content, and overall health, according to an expert.

"An Indian cow is a self-harvester unlike

City knocks down heritage

It is as if all the authorities and safeguards to protect heritage structures simply don’t exist. Structures deemed to be of heritage value are frequently demolished by private developers without No O

Eflu student sends dirty SMS, in soup

Aryan Kumar Singh was just another teenager walking around the campus of English and Foreign Language University when classes got over this Monday. The 19-year-old from Patna, Bihar, is a first-year B

Biodiversity all about social growth: IAS official

Sustainable development is not possible without social development and involvement of people, especially at the grass-root level (farmers). Bio-diversity is also about social growth and cannot orbit o

AP scores high in safe sex practice

A recent study has found that Andhra Pradesh is ranked among the top states for responsible sexual behaviour. Out of 4.40 million barrier devices (condoms) supplied by the National AIDS Control Organi

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I want to begin with a little story that was told to me by a leading executive at Aptech. He was exercising in a gym with a lot of younger people.

Shekhar Kapur’s Bandit Queen didn’t make the cut. Neither did Shaji Karun’s Piravi, which bagged 31 international awards.