Around 50,000 students from Telangana, currently in their intermediate first year in colleges in Seemandhra cities, are planning a return journey so as to not lose the local status in Eamcet-2014. As per Eamcet rules, students can appear as local candidates only if they complete their intermediate studies in the same state. In Eamcet 2014, […]
Author Archive: Syed Shoaib
It isn’t failing after all. India’s disaster management system is a topic under intense discussion in the light of Phailin. Kudos to their preparedness in the wake of the impending natural calamity, which resulted in minimising loss of human lives! Also, thanks to the multi-media channels for making weather the top headline. The recent Uttarakhand experience was obviously a lesson in learning. Comparisons to its US counterpart Katrina helped garner added alertness.
City dwellers can go ahead and usher in the festive season with a wide choice of colours and patterns in pure silk at the Silk Expo on at Shilpakala Vedika. Hyderabad: With the promise of 100 per cent pure silk in all items displayed at the Shilpakala Vedika, Silk Mark Vanya, the Silk Expo 2013 […]
Kamaal hai yaar! As of May 2013, India has 570 operational malls with a total area of 180 million sqft compared to 225 malls that were there five years ago. The seven metros added 190 malls even as more than 60 malls opened across India in the last one year alone, data from Asipac Consulting […]
Development of satellite cities is the most important step towards decongesting large cities like Hyderabad, and the time to do this is now with the peripheral towns in a liquid state of growth, the think tank suggests. Hyderabad: A conference to address the many problems faced by cities overburdened due to unforeseen influx of migrant […]
America never seems to learn its lessons. After the shamefaced blustering before the entire world when it could not show a single stockpile of the weapons of mass destruction for which it destroyed an entire country and bombed it to the middle ages, it is now jumping the gun to take punitive action against Bashar-al-Assad with the fig leaf of an excuse that the regime had used chemical gas against civilians in Ghouta suburb of Damascus.
Whenever wherever a rape happens, it triggers a gender slugfest. It is perceived that women are more sensitive to the happening, and hence take it upon themselves to voice their opinion. Their opinion is supposed to be correct because they feel better for the victim, more often than not, a female. This narrowed outlook not […]
The country cheers as one, at each of the sporting victories unanimously, all difference of opinions forgotten for a little while, each of us filled with joy. In fact we recount with great pride how the player was from our shanty or that he played marbles with us, or brushed by us at the luggage […]