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Cock Fights betting reach new high

Cock Fights betting reach new high Sankranti is synonymous with cockfights in the Coastal districts of Andhra Pradesh. Especially in the villages of East Godavari, West Godavari and few parts of Krishna districts, Sankarnati and Cockfights are “inseparable”. Unlike previous years, 2015 Sankranti is witnessing highest-ever bettings. The figures are staggering as the betting money running into crores. According to ...

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AP’s Capital Name Finalized

The united Andhra Pradesh has been bifurcated and made into Telangana where the capital is Hyderabad and Andhra Pradesh where is the capital region is proposed but not he name. However, there are many interesting names that are coming into play. First of all is Amaravathi. Before this they wanted to name the capital as Thullur which was 30 kms ...

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Alleged IS Recruit Hyderabad techie arrested at RGIA

Alleged IS Recruit Hyderabad techie arrested at RGIA A Hyderabad-based engineer who has studied in the US was arrested today by the Telangana police for suspected links with the terror group Islamic State. 22-year-old Salman Moinuddin, a resident of Asif Nagar in Hyderabad, was stopped by security agencies at the airport yesterday when he was about to take a flight ...

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Women’s Safety First On My Agenda – Kiran Bedi

A day after joining BJP, former IPS officer Kiran Bedi on Friday said that full statehood for Delhi was not the “central” issue even as she stressed on the need for ensuring women’s security and cleanliness in the city. “I don’t think this (full statehood) is a central issue right now and let’s not divert the issue. Women security is ...

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PM Modi Vows Rapid Change, Unveils Reforms Agenda

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday vowed to push through change at a fast pace but said subsidies should be continued to protect the interests of the poor. Addressing the Economic Times Global Business Summit, the PM struck an optimistic note to say, “The New Age India has begun its transition, from a winter of subdued achievement lasting three to ...

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City to face heavy power cuts from Mid February

City to face heavy power cuts from Mid February “Due to severe atmospheric changes, the summer will be hotter. If that is the case, the consumption will be more. So people in the city should be ready for four-hour power cuts, which will be imposed from mid-February. In the rest of Telangana, it could be six hours or even more,” ...

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Petrol, Diesel rates slashed but Govt hikes excise duty

Petrol, Diesel rates slashed but Govt hikes excise duty

Petrol, Diesel rates slashed but Govt hikes excise duty The government today hiked excise duty on petrol and diesel by Rs 2 per litre each to take away gains coming by way of global oil prices dipping to six-year lows. Retail pump rates will remain unchanged as the increase in excise duty neutralises the cut in petrol and diesel prices ...

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Kejriwal vs Modi? It’s actually Amit Shah vs AAP in Delhi Assembly Polls

A week short of a year after Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Arvind Kejriwal resigned as chief minister leading to President’s rule, Delhi will elect a new assembly on February 7 and the results will be announced February 10. Kejriwal has admitted his 2014 Valentine’s Day resignation hurt his party, but is also putting up a brave front, saying people ...

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Rajapaksa Steps down Hands Over Party Leadership To Sirisena

Days after his shocking electoral defeat, embattled former president Mahinda Rajapaksa on Friday handed over Sri Lanka Freedom Party’s reins to the country’s new leader Maithripala Sirisena, saying he does not want to see his party divided. “I dislike seeing my party divided,” 69-year-old Rajapaksa who ruled the Island nation for a decade said in a statement while handing over ...

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Doctors in a Fix Over Swine Flu Deaths

A 28-year-old man from Nizampet died of swine flu in Gandhi Hospital on Wednesday. The patient had been shifted to Gandhi Hospital from a private hospital in a critical condition. He had been diagnosed with swine flu on January 12 and was undergoing treatment in the private hospital. On Wednesday morning, his condition became critical and he was rushed to ...

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