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  • 100 students hospitalised for food poisoning in Andhra Pradesh

    Around 100 hostel students of a private college in East Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh were hospitalised for suspected food poisoning, police said on Thursday.

  • Engineering students among 12 held in exam racket in Hyderabad

    Hyderabad police have busted a racket of tampering with answer sheets of Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University (JNTU) in Hyderabad with the arrest of 12 people on Thursday.

  • Three students held for ragging in Andhra Pradesh

    Three students held for ragging in Andhra Pradesh

    Three engineering students have been arrested for allegedly ragging a junior in East Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh, police said on Friday.

  • Telangana Million March banned by government will take place, vow activists

    Telangana Million March banned by government will take place, vow activists

    At Hyderabad's Osmania University today, for four hours, a group of 200 students tried to defy the police stationed there to march towards the state government's headquarters. The purpose of the rally was to honour the memory of Konda Bapuji, an acti...

  • Ragging caught on camera in Andhra Pradesh college

    Ragging caught on camera in Andhra Pradesh college

    A college in Andhra Pradesh failed to take any action after videos surfaced showing students being kicked and pushed around; some are seen on camera being ordered to inflate condoms into balloons.

  • Andhra Pradesh government in a bind as students protest cap on fee reimbursement

    The Andhra Pradesh government on Sunday held discussions with the managements of private professional colleges over the issue of reimbursement of fees.

  • Conference of medical students in Hyderabad from August 31

    Over 1,000 medical students from across the country will attend 'OSMECON 2012', a National Conference to be held at the Osmania Medical College in Hyderabad.

  • 11 students suffer food poisoning after eating mid-day meal

    11 students suffer food poisoning after eating mid-day meal

    Eleven students of Mandalpraja Parishad Primary School at Mulagandi village in Sakenetipalli Mandal of East Goadavari district on Saturday suffered food poisoning.

  • Students allege medical seats being sold for over Rs 60 lakh in Andhra Pradesh

    Students allege medical seats being sold for over Rs 60 lakh in Andhra Pradesh

    Days after the controversy over students with zero marks qualifying for engineering seats in Andhra Pradesh, students aspiring to become doctors came out on the road today, supported by politically backed student organisations, alleging that medical ...

  • Police foil Osmania University students' bid to march towards Andhra Pradesh assembly

    Police foil Osmania University students' bid to march towards Andhra Pradesh assembly

    Police on Thursday foiled an attempt to take out a rally to the state assembly by pro-Telangana students of Osmania University who were demanding that legislators from Telangana not vote for United Progressive Alliance (UPA) candidate Pranab Mukherje...

  • Andhra Pradesh: Students hospitalised after corporal punishment

    In another shocking incident of corporal punishment, a woman teacher in the Nellore district severely punished 12 girl students who had to be hospitalized.

  • School bus carrying 45 students falls into canal in Andhra Pradesh, four dead

    School bus carrying 45 students falls into canal in Andhra Pradesh, four dead

    Four students died and 11 others were missing after a school bus fell into a river canal near here in East Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh today, police said.

  • Five bike lifters held in Kadapa

    Ten vehicles worth over Rs 15 lakh were received from five collegians in the district, police said today. Two among the five accused are B Tech students, identified as B Raviteja Reddy (20) and D N Sanjevi (19) who hail from Proddatur while another ...

  • You can save these teens from being sold as bonded labour

    You can save these teens from being sold as bonded labour

    For Ramu and Shekhar, aged 16 and 14, their father's suicide has brought all the grief of losing a parent, and the likelihood of turning from young students passionate about their studies to bonded labour. Their mother hopes they will be employed by ...

  • Bangaloreans don't report corruption cases

    Bangaloreans who encounter instances of corruption hesitate to report them fearing backlash, reveal results of a survey conducted by a group of students from Mount Carmel College. The Sub-Registrar's offices were voted to be the most corrupt.

  • One student dead, three hurt in car mishap

    A B.Tech student died and three of his friends were injured after their car was hit by a truck at Kompally on Tuesday morning. Police identified the deceased as 19-year-old Sridhar Kumar of Narasimha Reddy Engineering College in Mysammaguda. The inju...

  • Three including ex-minister's son die in accident

    In yet another high-speed accident involving the son of a VIP, three engineering students, including the son of a former Andhra Pradesh minister, died on the outskirts of Hyderabad on Tuesday evening. According to police, another student was critical...

  • Andhra Pradesh's medical students in a fix, as government changes entrance test

    Andhra Pradesh's medical students in a fix, as government changes entrance test

    At least 70,000 students in Andhra Pradesh preparing to sit for state medical entrance tests are in a fix. The reason? The Central government has announced that the tests will now be a nationwide common entrance test based on the CBSE syllabus, which...

  • Andhra Pradesh minister's car attacked in Telangana

    Andhra Pradesh minister's car attacked in Telangana

    Demanding his resignation over the issue of a separate state, Telangana activists on Wednesday attacked a minister's convoy in Andhra Pradesh's Warangal district.The incident took place in Hanamkonda town when Handlooms and Textiles Minister Shankar Rao arrived to pay his last respects to Telangana ...

  • Bumper crop forces students out of schools in Andhra

    Bumper crop forces students out of schools in Andhra

    Classrooms in Andhra Pradesh schools are full this academic year, not with students but with stacks of paddy bags. A bumper harvest this rabi season, and not enough godowns to store, has meant students in government schools are forced to sit out in the open."From the day of reopening of school, ever...