Thengumarahada village ready to relocate

The Hindufew minutes ago On Monday, 350 families at Thengumarahada, a scenic village along the Moyar river in Kotagiri Taluk on the northern slopes of The Nilgiris, decided to move out. “Four generations ago, peopl...

Tribals halt mining activities of Adani group in Chhattisgarh

Hindustan Timesfew minutes agoThe tribals in Parsa and Kante Basin coal mines area of Ambikapur north Chhattisgarh have brought mining activities of the Adani enterprises to a complete halt since Friday

Re-auction 218 coal blocks, try to save 46: Centre to SC

The Hindufew minutes ago The government on Monday urged the Supreme Court to spare 46 coal blocks — 40 functional ones and six which are ready to start operations — out of the 218 declared illegal in a <a href="http://...

‘Deal sternly with crimes against women’

The Hindufew minutes ago MLCs P. Samanthakamani and Nannapaneni Rajakumari demand that laws be amended to deny bail to the accused in sexual atrocities against women

Flood water released from Srisailam dam

The Hindufew minutes ago Following fresh inflows into the reservoir, water level rises to FRL of 885 ft. Following fresh inflows into the reservoir, the level rose to FRL of 885 ft accounting for total stocking of 215 tmcft. By evening the inflows dwindled to 1.06 lakh cusecs while the outflow through sluice gates and powe...

Take stringent action against inhuman teacher, says Ramachandraiah

The Hindufew minutes ago The recent incident in which some students of Green Field School for the Blind in Kakinada of East Godavari district were subjected to inhuman treatment evoked strong reactions from members of the...

Supreme Court refuses to reinstate Srinivasan as BCCI chief

The Hindufew minutes ago The apex court said that the ICC chairman Srinivasan cannot be allowed to take up the charge as BCCI president till he gets the clean chit from Mudgal Committee.

Internet Forum to discuss mass surveillance

The Hindufew minutes ago Surveillance is ubiquitous, widespread, and involves everyone: report

Modi’s address optional for students: Smriti

The Hindufew minutes ago Union Human Resource Development Minister Smriti Irani on Monday clarified that it was not “compulsory” for schools nationwide to ensure that students watch Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Teachers...

Jung will submit Delhi report to Prez this week may pitch for fresh polls

Hindustan Timesfew minutes agoDelhi LieutenantGovernor Najeeb Jung is expected to send a report this week to President Pranab Mukherjee on the status of the Delhi assembly and the possible options of government formation

Iran president urges clerics to tolerate internet

Hindustan Timesfew minutes agoIrans president urged the countrys clerics to be more tolerant of the internet and new technologies which are often the target of criticism by influential hardliners in the Islamic Republic

Rake shortfall hits industry expansion

The Hindufew minutes ago The shortfall in the supply of rake (wagons) by the East Coast Railway (ECoR) to various industries in the city has been hitting their production badly.The Confederation of Indian Industry...

Rowling pens new biography of Harry Potter character

Times of Indiafew minutes agoCelebrated author J.K. Rowling has written a biography of the lesser-known Harry Potter character, Celestina Warbeck, on a fan site.

Rice bucket challenge piooner gets U.N. award

The Hindufew minutes ago Manjulatha Kalanidhi, a 38-year-old Hyderabad resident who created a buzz online by creating the ‘rice bucket challenge (based on the ALS ice bucket challenge), has been honoured with the Karmavee...

Centre for research in nanoscience to be set up

The Hindufew minutes ago Nano conclave will be held on December 5, 6

Aayirathil Oruvan paved the way for entry into politics: Jayalalithaa

The Hindufew minutes ago Digitised version of the film celebrates silver jubilee

Japan to invest 2.1 lakh crore in Indian projects over 5 years

The Hindufew minutes ago The decision came after Modi held summit-level talks with his Japanese counterpart in Tokyo.

NH toll plazas in Tamil Nadu hike rates

The Hindufew minutes ago The next time you travel to Puducherry via Tindivanam or to Tada falls and Vellore, you will have to pay a higher toll. The fares at the Tindivanam and Karanodai toll plazas have been hiked...

Evolve consensus on capital: Congress

The Hindufew minutes ago The Andhra Pradesh Congress Committee has demanded that the TDP government convene an all-party meeting to evolve a consensus on the location of the capital of the new State and working out modali...

Vellore schoolgirl ends life in school toilet

The Hindufew minutes ago She carried a bottle of kerosene and a match box, locked herself in the bathroom and set herself ablaze

No move to collect power dues: Palle

The Hindufew minutes ago The Andhra Pradesh government has said that the `Power for All' scheme of the Central government will be implemented in the State from October 2. Andhra Pradesh, Delhi and Rajasthan were selected...

Soon will water also be sold like oil and minerals

Hindustan Timesfew minutes agoShrinking water resources across the world will mean that its supply may resemble the market for oil and minerals according to water experts at the University of Leicester

Rebels advance Ukraine accuses Russia of undisguised aggression

Hindustan Timesfew minutes agoUkrainian President Petro Poroshenko accused Russia on Monday of direct and undisguised aggression which he said had radically changed the battlefield balance as Kievs forces suffered a further reverse in their war with proMoscow separatists

Brand Vizag all set to get major boost

The Hindufew minutes ago Sivaramakrishnan committee recommends relocation of most of 109 offices to Vizag besides establishing High Court in the city. Vizag occupied eighth rank in GDP contribution among the topmost cities of India last year with its share estimated at $26 billion.

Himachal high court axes animal sacrifice to appease deities

Times of Indiafew minutes agoThe Himachal Pradesh high court brought to an end the age-old practice of sacrificing animals during religious ceremonies and festivals in the hill state with its order on Monday.

British PM Cameron outlines plan to tighten antiterror measures

Hindustan Timesfew minutes agoScrambling to meet the security and political challenges posted by British jihadists who travel to Syria Iraq and elsewhere Prime Minister David Cameron on Monday announced new measures to stop them from returning to the country

Announce a road map for capital, Left parties urge State

The Hindufew minutes ago Left parties allege that the government intensified efforts to curtail the benefits of the loan waiver scheme to sections of farmers. The indecision on the part of the government had put the sections into a state of confusion.

Modi's Teacher's Day address: Parents chafe at odd timing

Times of Indiafew minutes agoThis Teacher's Day is going to be different for school students. Instead of coming to school in morning and wishing teachers, the spotlight this time would be on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his address to students from 3 pm to 4.45 pm.

Flood situation improves in parts of Hyderabad Karnataka

The Hindufew minutes ago There was a marked improvement in the flood situation in some parts of Hyderabad Karnataka with rainfall pounding the region for the past five days showing signs of petering out.However, th...

‘She was the queen of choreography’

The Hindufew minutes ago “She was the queen of choreography,” says dancer Madhu Nataraj, daughter of dancer and choreographer Maya Rao, warmly remembering her mother, who passed away on Monday. She was 86.Ms. Rao o...

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