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HindustanTimes Sat,30 Aug 2014

Hyderabad

?It?s a dream come true for me ... don?t have to register with the police ... feels like I?m home again?

NIVRITTI RAI and Ifthekar Ahmad Sharif feel they are home again ? they can move freely and there will be no questions asked. And ? the best part ? there will be no policeman to harass them.

Matchmaking at Diaspora meet

The event seems to have become a happy hunting ground for NRI brides and grooms, writes Vibhuti Agarwal.

My phone too is tapped: Chandrababu

Former Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister also demanded an impartial inquiry into the entire issue.

Govt denies Naidu's phone tapping charge

Andhra Pradesh Home Minister said the Govt is ready for an inquiry if any evidence of phone tapping was provided by the TDP leader.

Meet the Pravasi Samman winners

President Kalam honoured 15 NRIs and PIOs with Pravasi Bharatiya Samman on the concluding day of the conclave.

Ahead of PBD, security reviewed in Hyderabad

In the wake of terrorist strike in Bangalore, the Union Home Ministry reviewed the security arrangements in Hyderabad.

Bomb scare at Hitec City in Hyderabad

An anonymous call about a bomb being planted in the IT hub on the outskirts of Hyserabad, sent police into a tizzy.

Bomb scare, hacking put Hyderabad on edge

Coming close on the heels of the terror attack in Bangalore on Wednesday evening, which claimed one life, this city had reason to be edgy.

'"Comfort Zones" supporting terrorists'

"comfort zones" are extending support to terrorist groups in the state, particularly in the state capital: AP DGP.

Andhra toll 111, search called off

So far, 63 bodies have been identified and handed over to the relatives.

London mayor to visit India to boost trade

Ken Livingstone will visit India some time in March to give a boost to bilateral trade and to invite Indian firms to invest in the British capital.

Big B may offer diamonds at Tirupati

The superstar, following a speedy recovery from an illness, offered to donate the jewellery as thanksgiving.

Oppn stalls AP Assembly proceedings over quota

The furore over OBC quota issue found its echo in AP assembly with the opposition members stalling the proceedings, forcing a brief adjournment.

Electrifying Indian villages with sunshine

23 per cent of 586,000 villages do not have electricity. Efforts to electrify these villages through a conventional grid have remained futile, opening up solar energy is an attractive option.

AP Legislative Council revived

After a gap of two decades, Andhra Pradesh Legislative Council is revived, scripting a new chapter in the state's legislative history.
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