Thursday, August 5, 2021
- Advertisement -spot_img



Preparing students for challenges of tech-savvy world

The highlights were the innovative technological presentations and interactive quiz hosted by the students to guess the MNC’s name by co-relating the images presented to them.

Bryan Cranston: As actors, our roots are rather shallow

"For an actor, our roots are rather shallow. We plant our tree somewhere in the rows for seven years, and then you lift it up and put it somewhere else," Cranston told IANS when asked about his life after the hit show.

Medvedev battles past Thiem to win ATP Finals title

"I always said before this tournament that it would be an amazing story if, here in London, where the tournament was for (12) years, that the first champion would be Russian and the last champion would be Russian, too," Medvedev said

Matthew McConaughey plans to start career in stand-up comedy

He wanted to try his career as a comic because he loves the "no-filter communication" provided by humour.

Judge Amy Coney Barrett, darling of the US religious right

"This nomination is about taking healthcare away from 20 million Americans and eliminating protections for Americans with preexisting conditions."

Jimmy Butler shines in Heat’s win over Bucks

Fifth-seeded Miami found a way to contain the reigning NBA most valuable player Antetokounmpo, who was limited to just 18 points.

Viswanathan Anand suffers fifth straight defeat

The next two games were drawn before Leko levelled by winning the fourth. The Hungarian then claimed the Armageddon (a tie-breaker) to ensure Anand remain winless and at the bottom of the points table.

Big-budget Bollywood fascinates me but I enjoy the web space: Eisha

"Until we put out a new story, and a new language of storytelling on the public platform, we do not really know if people want to watch them, if we have a market for that."

UiPath, Telangana Academy for Skill and Knowledge join hands

Under this partnership, UiPath will extend Academic Alliance programme benefits to 50+ academic partners of TASK and train 100+ educators on RPA Design and Development.

It’s of prime importance to me I’m known for my work: Anushka Sharma

"Acting came naturally to me when I started. With producing, I feel like it requires a lot more decision-making, there are a lot of variables and there are things that are constantly changing,"

Irrfan Khan: A Struggler All Life

Did Irrfan become the Irrfan that moviegoers always wished to watch and adore, become so popular in the last decade or thereabouts?

Female stars: Marriage and career

Mumbai: Does marriage affect a filmstar's career? Does a marriage affect a star's following, popularity? Or does it even kill careers? That has been the...

Aim for greener pastures

The AIEEA (UG) is conducted for admissions into 11 bachelor degree programmes in agriculture and allied sciences (other than veterinary sciences) in agricultural universities.

Hugh Jackman credits critics for pushing him out of comfort zone

Jackman has carved a successful career on film and on stage, for roles, including "Wolverine", "The Greatest Showman" P. T. Barnum, and his touring one-man Broadway show, reports

Hyderabad’s Chandini is No.1 in U-14 in India

A hard-working girl, the Hyderabad girl had also played in the Asian under-12 championship in Kazakhstan.

Go creative with animation

Apart from offering attractive salaries, this industry provides a platform to showcase one’s talent and creativity. So, a career in animation could be the ideal choice for those who are confident about their own talents and creativity.

Hyderabad’s Saumya selected for World Junior Tennis Championships

She replaces Shruti Ahlawat from Haryana , who pulled out from the three-member team due to medical reason.

Off-beat careers after graduation

The career you choose after graduation will pave your way to a better future. Hence, you need to research your interests before making the decision.

Mandy Moore almost gave up acting before ‘This Is Us’

Moore was more well known for her singing than her acting in 2015, although had starred in relatively successful movies such as "A Walk to Remember" and "Because I Said So" by that time, reports

Daniel Radcliffe won’t play Harry Potter in ‘Fantastic Beasts’ films

The actor, who fronted the movie series created by JK Rowling for 10 years, said the new films are "doing fine" without the original characters.

Latest news

- Advertisement -spot_img
Telangana Today