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Hyderabad’s historic Bachelors’ Quarters gets fresh lease of life

The restoration took about Rs.1 crore, with Arvind Kumar lauding the people’s involvement.

HC reserves verdict on Nizam properties’ plea

Hyderabad: A two-judge bench of the Telangana High Court, consisting of Justice MS Ramachandra Rao and Justice T Vinod Kumar, observed that it would...

Govt committed to welfare of tribals: Indrakaran Reddy

Nirmal: Minister for Forest, Environment, Endowments and Housing Allola Indrakaran Reddy said that the government was striving hard for realising ideals of tribal hero...

Let September 17 pass without ado

The demand to celebrate it as day of liberation or as day of integration warrants closer scrutiny

UPA’s Bhu Bharathi was a joke: KCR

Says land-related issues increased after it was introduced in Nizamabad as a pilot project

Telangana Secretariat demolition: Old buildings in poor condition

The old complex was the seat of power since the formation of erstwhile Andhra Pradesh and also the new State of Telangana.

How Hyderabad faced Spanish Flu

As per historian, the Nizam government presented medals, awards to thousands of staff working in the health department in 1919-1920

One-stop-shop for art, history aficionados in Hyderabad

Moughal Arts Decoration House takes customers down memory lane with vintage, antique pieces

The journey of Siddipet’s Nizam era school

The school, which celebrated the Platinum Jubilee this year, was started by the seventh Nizam in 1938 as an Urdu medium school

Chai bole toh Irani…

Are the good old Irani cafes with their old world charm, a bite of Osmania biscuits and a one-by-two chai shared over hours of gossip, slowly losing out to fancy cafeterias of today

UK HC orders Pakistan to pay millions in Hyderabad funds case

The Nizam's descendants, Prince Mukarram Jah the titular eighth Nizam of Hyderabad and his younger brother Muffakham Jah, had joined hands with the Indian government in the legal battle against the Pakistan government over around GBP 35 million lying with NatWest Bank plc in London.

‘Glenfiddich Experiments’, curated affair like no other in Hyderabad

Glenfiddich Experiments held in the city had specially designed elixirs combined with exotic ingredients

Two more stake claim to Nizam’s fund

Demand share in 35 million pounds, whose ownership was granted to the royal family recently

‘Two grandsons alone not entitled to Nizam’s funds’

Some members of the extended family of Mir Osman Ali Khan lay claim to funds

Musi floods: a page from past

September 28, 1908 still sends shivers down the spine of many Hyderabadis

Liberation of Hyderabad & Telangana Movement

The selfless struggle of divergent forces, which uncompromisingly fought for a separate State,

Amit Shah conveys greetings on Hyderabad Liberation Day

Hyderabad Liberation Day is usually celebrated on September 17 to remember the rebellion and the subsequent police action which led to the freedom of Hyderabad state from the Nizam's rule on September 17, 1948.

People-friendly policing not new to Hyderabd, thanks to RBVRR

Raja Bahadur Venkata Rama Reddy is remembered as one of the most famous Kotwals of Hyderabad

New airport in Adilabad likely

AAI officers express satisfaction over conditions in district centre to set up airport

Telangana Textile Dept revives Telia Rumal, Tussar sarees

The popular handloom fabrics will be on display during a fashion show as part of National Handloom Day 2019 on August 7 at State Art Gallery of Art, Madhapur

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