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Seeking a way out
ANOTHER SHOOTOUT, and once again rumour mills have started working overtime. This time around, the gun battle was between `hired killers' and the police with the filmi touch still in vogue through the venue - Film Nagar in Jubilee Hills. ...
WHICH WAY is Nagender headed is thetopic of discussion in political circles after the Asifnagar Telugu Desam MLA was seen interacting with the Chief Minister, Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy, during the latter's Rajiv Palle Bata last Sunday. While his ...
IN THREE rounds of administrative shake-up, the new government has transferred several senior IAS and IPS officers. Some were expected while some came as a surprise. But the question making rounds now is whether the transfer season is over or ...
IT WAS a strange spectacle indeed that unfolded at the chambers of the State Human Rights Committee on Monday. The Committee was conducting an enquiry into the rape of three tribal women by policemen during combing operations. The three ...
The artist-in-residence concept is slowly finding a place in the art map of the city
K.N. Ramachandran's works typify the rural canvas
THE BIG star from the big screen, Krishna these days is creating waves on the small screen with his serial Atma Bhanduvu on Vissa TV. The serial shot in the natural locales of Yanam, Kotipally and on banks of the Godavari, brings alive ...
ALAHARI, WHO'S one of the busiest serial makers for Telugu channels, has now paired Jackie and Kalpana for his latest venture Mathrutvam. The shooting for the 52-episode serial being made for ETV started recently in the city. Given ...
EXTENDED COASTLINE, majestic hillocks, pristine brooks, rich flora and fauna. Explore nature in all its glory with a new serial on Maa TV. Shikar, a travelogue telecast on Friday at 7 p.m., showcases the different unexplored regions of ...
With `Dhaani,' Strings has proved that it is only music that matters
In Olympic spirit
Ex-Olympian Syed Abdus Salam laments the plummeting standards of football in India and emphasises the need for its revival in a tete-e-tete with ABHIJIT SEN GUPTA
South Central Railway has given sportspersons the needed encouragement by employing three promising State shuttlers
Umpiring with ιlan
Twenty-five seasons and still going strong, umpire Ivaturi Sivaram awaits entry into the elite panel of the ICC, says V.V. SUBRAHMANYAM
Peace off the Net
If you have a meditative spirit, tap the Net's resources
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