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Seats of skulduggery

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From tainted academicians locked in ego battles, bribes, blocked seats and leaked question papers, to lack of proper infrastructure, the State’s prestigious universities have seen it all. But neither

Kerala lover stands exposed as breeze lifts purdah

A youth from Kannur, accompanying his girl friend disguised as another girl on a city bus in Kochi, gave some interesting moments to the police and the public here as wind played spoilsport and lifted

I-T men carryout 'raids' on cine, TV artists


Income-tax officials visited the residences of Tollywood’s leading comedian Brahmanadam, TV anchors Jhansi, Suma, Udaya Bhanu and Omkar and singers Sunitha and Geeta Madhuri with 'survey warrants' on

Youth fined Rs 7 lakh for cheating girl

The HC on Thursday came to the rescue of a woman, who was cheated by her lover, by imposing a fine on the youth and the police. The court has imposed a fine of Rs 7 lakh on Anan­da, who cheated the wo

Yandamuri regrets killing Saanvi, granny

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Raghunandan Yandamuri, who had killed baby Saanvi and her grandmother Satyawathi Venna in the US, has expressed regret over the killings, describing them as unintentional, during a con-fession at the

Loco derails, hits Metro service

Metro services were disrupted in the early hours of Thursday as a road-cum-rail battery loco derailed. Commuters had to find their own way to their offices. Services were back to normal only after 10

Metro Rail won’t go underground

The state government on Thursday informed the Andhra Pradesh High Court that Hyderabad, perched atop the Deccan plateau with its rocky terrain, is not suitable for an underground metro rail.

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Stir off, but garbage woes pile up

With new garbage contractors lined up, the BBMP is confident that the garbage mess dogging the city can be tackled effectively. But it may just have to contend with problems from another quarter, whic

SC/ST panel meet today

The Business Advisory Committee (BAC) of the Assembly, which met on Thursday, has decided to hold a three-day session from Friday to transact the SC/ST Sub Plan Bill.

Initially, the government propo

Aadhaar delay may affect cash subsidy transfer plans

Despite the Union government chalking out major plans for Aadhaar-enabled social services in Karnataka, the State government has not launched Phase II of Aadhaar enrolments. A target of 4 crore enrolm

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