• Karimnagar man dies in US shooting
    Published Date : 15-Dec-2017 7:37:31IST

    A 53-year-old man — hailing from Karimnagar district — succumbed to his injuries last Friday, after he was shot by robbers at a mart in USA’s Ohio. Around 10pm on December 4, Fairfield resident Karunakar Karengle was working at a local Jiffy Mart in Cincinnati’s Dixie Highway, when two armed assailants entered the mart and went on a shooting spree. After robbing cash, the miscreants fled the scene. Karengle was hospitalized with bullet injuries, where he succumbed on December 8. Fairfield police asked citizens to help identify two suspects.

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  • Pic: Kohli and Anushka hug each other
    Published Date : 13-Dec-2017 9:22:09IST

    It’s been a day since Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma got married and the Internet can’t get over it. People are looking forward to seeing more pictures and videos from their wedding and it has become a treat to one’s eyes.Now, we got our hands on pictures where Virushka is enjoying the Tuscan beauty of their destination wedding held in Italy. Their faces are not shown but both Virat and Anushka are seen twinning in black and enjoying the windy climate by hugging each other tightly.

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  • Smt Amaravati from Dec 17
    Published Date : 13-Dec-2017 7:41:04IST

    Srimati Amaravati, a traditional fashion show exclusively for married women, is being organised in the city. The first round of auditions will be held on December 17 at Hotel Indraprastha on Polyclinic Road. The grand finale will be held on December 23 at the indoor auditorium of Maris Stella College. Noted gynaecologist Dr Sravanthi released the brochures and posters of the programme on Tuesday. “It is a wonderful opportunity for married women to walk the ramp as such programmes are generally conducted for unmarried girls,” she said.

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  • It took 67 artists, 32 days to make Anushka’s bridal lehenga
    Published Date : 12-Dec-2017 5:18:27IST

    Fashion designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee has revealed that it took 67 karigars (artisans) and 32 days to complete Anushka Sharma’s wedding lehenga. “We chose a colour that would blend in with the whimsical Tuscan surrounding rather than stand out,” said Sabyasachi. He added, “Exotic birds and butterflies were rendered (on the lehenga) with the finest quality needlecraft.”

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  • Here’s where Virat-Anushka will head for their honeymoon
    Published Date : 12-Dec-2017 12:53:39IST

    Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma have finally tied the knot. The newlyweds took to their social media to share this great news.The two shared beautiful pictures of their big day on Twitter. Well, they look really wonderful together. And now, they will travel to South Africa, where Virat will start prepping for the next series. Anushka will spend New Year’s with him, and return in the first week of January, and begin the next schedule Aanand L Rai’s film.

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  • Govt Will Not Let You See Condom Ads During Prime Time
    Published Date : 11-Dec-2017 10:39:16IST

    The Ministry of Information and Broadcasting does not want you to watch condom ads on television. In an order passed on Monday, the ministry said that condom ads can only be telecast between 10pm and 6am and not in the prime time. The rationale? The ministry feels that children get exposed to the “indecent and inappropriate” content. The decision was taken after the Advertising Standards Council of India (ASCI) sought the ministry’s suggestions, reportedly after receiving a number of complaints from viewers.

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  • Have Kohli And Anushka Already Tied The Knot?
    Published Date : 11-Dec-2017 11:41:11IST

    The rumours about Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli getting married reached a crescendo over the weekend, when the two were spotted allegedly jetting off to Italy from Mumbai and Delhi respectively. Since then, contradictory reports about the shaadi have emerged.However, others claimed that the band, baaja, baaraat is scheduled for December 15 and no sooner. Amidst all the buzz, the couple has maintained a stoic silence, with the actor’s spokesperson continuing to deny the reports.

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  • Metro Rail, more of a tourist spot
    Published Date : 11-Dec-2017 6:30:58IST

    Even two weeks after its launch, the Hyderabad Metro continues to attract a huge number of passengers from various parts of the city, as coaches have turned into tourist spots. While the Metro is primarily meant for people to travel from one destination to the other, some commuters have turned it into a joyride. Amidst the crowded coaches, one may come across several people who are simply travelling for the experience and not using the Metro as a transport mode.

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  • German village with 15 people sold for ₹1 crore
    Published Date : 10-Dec-2017 10:39:37IST

    A village in Germany was sold for over ₹1 crore in an auction in Berlin. The village of Alwine, which houses only 15 people, was a part of East Germany until Germany’s re-unification in 1990. “The winner wants to do something good with this purchase for the welfare of the people who live there,” the auction house said.

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  • India without Kohli like account without Aadhar, tweets user
    Published Date : 10-Dec-2017 5:19:38IST

    Reacting to India’s collapse against Sri Lanka on Sunday, a user tweeted, “Indian batting line-up without Virat Kohli is like a bank account without a linked Aadhar Card”. Other users reacted with tweets like, “Now, Indian team misses Kohli more than what Anushka has missed him over the years” and “In Dharamshala, the mountains stand up and applaud Dhoni.”

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  • Beggars leave Hyderabad shelters before begging ban ends
    Published Date : 05-Dec-2017 12:15:49IST

    Several beggars have left the Hyderabad government-run shelters despite the ban on begging till January 2018, officials said. The two-month ban was imposed ahead of US President Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka’s visit to the city on November 28 and 29 for the Global Entrepreneurship Summit. Defaulters will be prosecuted if found begging again, officials added.

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  • Techie found carrying bullets at RGI Airport
    Published Date : 04-Dec-2017 7:18:52IST

    Rajiv Gandhi International Airport police on Sunday registered a case against a software engineer for carrying 19 bullets to RGI Airport while travelling from Hyderabad to United States of America. The person was taken into custody and later let off, after police found he has gun and hunting licence in America. The person was identified as, Nithin Reddy (28), an IT professional. A case was registered under section 25(1B) in Arms Act.

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  • Tirupati laddu prices outside Tirumala hiked
    Published Date : 04-Dec-2017 7:15:58IST

    Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam has doubled the price of Lord Venkateswara Swamy laddu prasadam outside Tirumala. Rates for large, medium and mini laddus as well as vadas have gone up. The large-size kalyanam laddu, which used to cost ₹100 each, will now cost ₹200. Medium-sized laddu will cost ₹50 (up from ₹25), small laddu ₹7 (up from ₹3.50) and vada prasadam ₹100 (up from ₹25).

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  • Kohli equals record of most Test double tons for India
    Published Date : 03-Dec-2017 12:07:57IST

    Indian captain Virat Kohli scored his second straight double ton on Sunday and sixth overall to equal Sachin Tendulkar and Virender Sehwag’s record of most Test double tons for India. Kohli’s six double hundreds surpassed Brian Lara’s record of most double tons as captain. Kohli also became only the second Indian to score 500 runs in three different Test series.

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  • New cancer drug as cure for HIV?
    Published Date : 03-Dec-2017 7:49:59IST

    A new cancer drug could “cure” HIV, a revolutionary study suggests. Doctors using a treatment called nivolumab on a lung cancer patient with AIDS noticed a “drastic and persistent” decrease in infected white blood cells. The findings have raised hopes that drugs could one day eradicate the HIV virus, which attacks the immune system and currently has no cure. At present, those infected must take anti-HIV drugs for the rest of their lives to stop the virus from replicating. Prof Fabrice Andre from the Institut Gustave Roussy in Villejuif, France, said: “Although this is a single case study, it is an exciting result.”

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