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Ex-serviceman bludgeoned to death

A retired Lance Naik was murdered in the city on Wednesday in Banaswadi police limits.

A 40-year-old retired Lance Naik, who was allegedly torturing his wife, was murdered by his father-in-law early

Film fest faces fund crunch, drops competitive section

The BJP government may boast about its Rs 1 lakh crore budget this year. But the government-run prestigious Bangalore Interna­tional Film Fest­ival suffers from austerity measures prescribed by the sa

First in India: Law on SC/ST funds gets nod

The AP Cabinet on Wednesday approved the Bill giving a share to the Scheduled Castes and Tribes Sub Plan in the Budget.

The Bill will be introduced during the two-day Assembly Session convened from

Hyderabad eyes London-type entertainment venues


The city will get an entertainment centre along the lines of the London Eye and a museum like Madam Tussauds if discussions between the business delegation led by London Mayor Boris Johnson and minist

DYFI against Che slippers


Flip-flops are the latest fashion statement for the youth and they stock as many available variants and designs of V-strapped rubber slippers as possible.

But, in a bizarre twist to the tale, footwe

Pending Jagan cases touch Rs 3,000 crore


The CBI has informed the Supreme Court that the seven cases that were yet to be chargesheeted in the Jagan Mohan Reddy illegal investments case involves around Rs 3,000 crore.

The CBI has alleged tha

Principal watches porn at office in Kerala, quits

Dr. R Gireeshan, principal of the Corporative Medical College in Kalamassery, quit after he was allegedly caught by students while watching porn on his office computer.

The resignation came on Wedne

VIPs, stars seek exemption from tinted film ban

The city traffic police received 30 requests from VIPs and actors to be exempted from the no-tinted-glass rule for personal vehicles as per the Supreme Court order.

The requests have now been forwar

JICA team to hold talks, visit Kochi Metro sites

A 10-member expert team of the Japan International Co-operative Agency which has agreed to extend a loan of Rs 2,170 crore for the Kochi Metro Rail project, arrived in the city late on Wednesday.


TJAC to rebuild momentum on T

The TJAC is planning to raise T-steam once again with a series of stirs, including a massive “Chalo Assembly” programme during the Budget Session of the Assembly next year, besides targeting ministers

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