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1st Metro station at Uppal next yr

The first metro rail station in the city will come up at Uppal. The Hyderabad Metro Rail (HMR) officials have finalised the location and launched the works to complete its construction by the end of 2

Overworked power plants await overhaul

Frequent breakdowns are plaguing thermal power stations across the state, owing to being overworked.

The breakdowns have affected their output, and most thermal power stations are running below capa

Rahul scouts for candidates

AICC general-secretary and in-charge of party coordination wing Rahul Gandhi has entrusted various agencies in getting inputs on the selection of Congress candidates for the coming Lok Sabha polls.

Teacher says sorry to Shiva’s parents

J. Veerabhadraiah, the teac-her who reportedly hit Ko-neru Shiva, has promised to pay for the medical treatment of the Class IV student and has also apologi-sed to the parents.

Kurnool district educ

Hyderabad child activists back Oslo police

Hyderabad child rights activists welcomed the move by the Norway police by arresting an Indian couple, belonging to Guntur, for ‘maltreating’ their son. However, the activists were worried about the c

TRS chief, Vijayashanthi to attend Parliament session


TRS president and Lok Sabha MP K Chandrasekhar Rao would attend the ongoing session of Parliament in Delhi.

Rao and party MP Vijayasanthi, who had vociferously raised the separate Telangana demand in

Sub-plan Bill gets House thumbs up


The state Assembly approved the AP Scheduled Castes Sub-Plan and Tribal Sub-Plan (Planning, Allocation and Utilisation of Financial Resources) Bill — 2012 on Sunday amid high drama.

Though it had ini

Retired dons are back as principals

Teachers well past their prime are coming to the rescue of professional colleges in the state.

Professors over 70 years old are regularly being appo-inted as principals and faculty in engineering, m

Jana sure of declaration on T by December. 9

Senior minister K. Jana Reddy said on Sunday that the Congress’s central leadership is almost ready to grant Telangana statehood any time now.

Speaking to newsmen in the Assembly lobbies on Sunday,

Engineering colleges cut seats

In a strange turn of events, the managements of engineering colleges in the state have proposed that engineering seats should be slashed from the existing 3.4 lakh to 2 lakh from the academic year 201

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