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150 LeT members will avenge Kasab: Mail


Investigating and anti-terror agencies in the country are on high alert after another threat mail claim­ed that about 150 LeT operatives have entered India to carry out a bigger attack, similar to 26/

Cathay Pacific links city to Hong Kong

Spreading its wings wider, Cathay Pacific on Saturday launched direct flights to Hong Kong from Hyder-abad’s Rajiv Gandhi Inter-national Airport.

Passengers availing this service can now connect to

Notice to Bengaluru firm for importing beagles

Stern action will be taken against laboratories that subject animals to cruelty, Union minister Jayanthi Natarajan said here on Friday. After visiting the animal quarantine and certification station a

Over 5,000 traffic violations everyday

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The twin cities have yielded a surprisingly high number of traffic violators. Over 5,000 cases are being booked daily. While a small army of traffic cops struggle to control the violations, blue colla

Collector hurt, asst killed on way to condolence meet

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District collector Ms Pooja Kulkarni had a miraculous escape with some bleeding injuries but her duffedar Muniraj died on the spot when their SUV crashed into a stationary bus at Kattu Anjaneya temple

Higher realty tax at Banjara, Jubilee Hills

Residents of Banjara Hills and Jubilee Hills will be paying more property tax than those living in Hitec City, Madhapur, Kondapur and Gachibowli, under the new property tax regime.

The GHMC has compl

PSUs stay off IIT campus

Several public sector companies appear to have given the IIT- Madras a miss this year owing to uncertainty over their participation in campus rec­r­u­­­itments as a result of legal hassles.


Teacher terror breaks kids’ hands in Andhra Pradesh


The ghastly incident of a pupil being forced to drink his own urine by a teacher in Anaparthi is still fresh in public memory, when two other incidents of harsh corporal punishment have come to light

Parents join KG admission race

Hundreds of parents were seen waiting in serpentine queues in front of top, private CBSE schools in the city on December 1 to get an application form for kindergarten classes.

“I reached the school a

Jaffer rescues Mumbai after Shukla's early burst


Wasim Jaffer (80) and Abhishek Nayar (62) took Mumbai out of doldrums with a century stand against Bengal in their Ranji Trophy Group A match at Brabourne stadium here on Saturday. The hosts made a de

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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.