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  • IBM opens branch office in Visakhapatnam

    IBM opens branch office in Visakhapatnam

    Global technology firm IBM today announced the opening of a branch office in Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, as part of the company's geographic expansion initiative to increase its presence in key growth markets.

  • Sivagiri-bound bus turns turtle, 38 injured

    As many as 38 persons were injured when a tourist bus carrying Sivagiri pilgrims from Adimali in Idukki district turned turtle at Injakkadu near here on Friday.

  • Rain cripples Thiruvananthapuram, 5 killed

    Rain cripples Thiruvananthapuram, 5 killed

    The destructive 'Thane' effect left the southern parts of the state reeling and paralysed the capital city claiming five lives.

  • Traffic curbs in Hyderabad on Jan 2

    Traffic curbs in Hyderabad on Jan 2

    In order to facilitate regulation of traffic due to President Pratibha Patil's visit to Satish Dhawan Space Centre at Sriharikota, Nellore on January 2, some traffic restrictions have been imposed in the city.

  • Woman smothered to death with rice bag

    In a gruesome murder, a 45-year-old woman was smothered to death by a killer by placing a 50-kilo rice sack on her face and sitting on it. The murder took place in Mangalhat police limits on Saturday.

  • Spurned lover kills 22-year-old

    On Saturday, Nayana was alone in the office as her colleagues had gone out for lunch. Seeing his chance, Subramanya barged into the office and stabbed Nayana in the neck several times and escaped.

  • State to 'worship demons' on January 26

    "Bhootaaraadane" - a ritual of worshipping demons widely practised in Dakshina Kannada and Udupi - is the theme of Karnataka's tableau which will be part of the Republic Day Parade on January 26 in the nation's capital.

  • Bangalore rings in 2012, Metro adds glitz

    Bangalore rings in 2012, Metro adds glitz

    Like every year, Bangaloreans thronged to MG Road and Brigade Road to ring in the New Year. But unlike every year, this year, the metro added glitz to the year-end celebrations.

  • Day after storm, hunt on for water, milk

    Day after storm, hunt on for water, milk

    A day after cyclone Thane unleashed a wave of destruction, hapless people in the worst-hit Cuddalore district were struggling get essential items, including water and milk, even as officials stepped in to provide relief.

  • No water, just coconut water

    No water, just coconut water

    When Cyclone Thane wreaked havoc on Thazanguda, a coastal fishing hamlet here, it destroyed the source of potable water but gave villagers an alternative: tender coconut water as hundreds of coconut trees had being uprooted.

  • Thane aftermath: Pondy takes Rs. 2,000-crore hit

    Thane aftermath: Pondy takes Rs. 2,000-crore hit

    A day after Cyclone Thane left a trail of destruction in the Union Territory; a massive operation was on to clear the debris, even as Chief Minister N Rangasamy announced financial aid to the victims.

  • Ayyappa devotees on 1,800 kilometres trek

    A group of Ayyappa devotees led by their 'Guruswamy' Chandrahas, started their pilgrimage to Sabarimala temple shrine on foot from the Andheri Ayyappa Temple in Mumbai reached here on Thursday morning.

  • Website aimed at outstation Sabarimala pilgrims successful

    Website aimed at outstation Sabarimala pilgrims successful

    The Southern Railways' timely initiative to launch a website exclusively for the outstation Sabarimala pilgrims has turned out to be a huge success, according to the Railway officials. As the Mandalakalam (the pilgrimage season) drew to a close on Wednesday, the website, www.railyatri.in/sabarimala, launched by the Southern Railway four weeks ago, ...

  • Demand for Cauvery water

    Unlike many other wards there is no acute shortage of water at most of the areas in Ganganagar Ward. The Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) authorities have taken measures to supply borewell water but the residents want the BBMP to ensure Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board (BWSSB) supply Cauvery water to them.

  • Sabarimala temple opened for 'Makaravilakku'

    Sabarimala temple opened for 'Makaravilakku'

    The hill shrine of Lord Ayyappa was opened on Friday evening for the 21-day-long 'Makaravilakku' season. Melsanthi N Balamurali opened the sanctum sanctorum of the temple at 5.30 p m in the presence of Thanthri Kandararu Maheswararu. As a practice, no ritual was conducted in the temple.

'Express News Service' - 365 News Result(s)

  • IBM opens branch office in Visakhapatnam

    IBM opens branch office in Visakhapatnam

    Global technology firm IBM today announced the opening of a branch office in Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, as part of the company's geographic expansion initiative to increase its presence in key growth markets.

  • Sivagiri-bound bus turns turtle, 38 injured

    As many as 38 persons were injured when a tourist bus carrying Sivagiri pilgrims from Adimali in Idukki district turned turtle at Injakkadu near here on Friday.

  • Rain cripples Thiruvananthapuram, 5 killed

    Rain cripples Thiruvananthapuram, 5 killed

    The destructive 'Thane' effect left the southern parts of the state reeling and paralysed the capital city claiming five lives.

  • Traffic curbs in Hyderabad on Jan 2

    Traffic curbs in Hyderabad on Jan 2

    In order to facilitate regulation of traffic due to President Pratibha Patil's visit to Satish Dhawan Space Centre at Sriharikota, Nellore on January 2, some traffic restrictions have been imposed in the city.

  • Woman smothered to death with rice bag

    In a gruesome murder, a 45-year-old woman was smothered to death by a killer by placing a 50-kilo rice sack on her face and sitting on it. The murder took place in Mangalhat police limits on Saturday.

  • Spurned lover kills 22-year-old

    On Saturday, Nayana was alone in the office as her colleagues had gone out for lunch. Seeing his chance, Subramanya barged into the office and stabbed Nayana in the neck several times and escaped.

  • State to 'worship demons' on January 26

    "Bhootaaraadane" - a ritual of worshipping demons widely practised in Dakshina Kannada and Udupi - is the theme of Karnataka's tableau which will be part of the Republic Day Parade on January 26 in the nation's capital.

  • Bangalore rings in 2012, Metro adds glitz

    Bangalore rings in 2012, Metro adds glitz

    Like every year, Bangaloreans thronged to MG Road and Brigade Road to ring in the New Year. But unlike every year, this year, the metro added glitz to the year-end celebrations.

  • Day after storm, hunt on for water, milk

    Day after storm, hunt on for water, milk

    A day after cyclone Thane unleashed a wave of destruction, hapless people in the worst-hit Cuddalore district were struggling get essential items, including water and milk, even as officials stepped in to provide relief.

  • No water, just coconut water

    No water, just coconut water

    When Cyclone Thane wreaked havoc on Thazanguda, a coastal fishing hamlet here, it destroyed the source of potable water but gave villagers an alternative: tender coconut water as hundreds of coconut trees had being uprooted.

  • Thane aftermath: Pondy takes Rs. 2,000-crore hit

    Thane aftermath: Pondy takes Rs. 2,000-crore hit

    A day after Cyclone Thane left a trail of destruction in the Union Territory; a massive operation was on to clear the debris, even as Chief Minister N Rangasamy announced financial aid to the victims.

  • Ayyappa devotees on 1,800 kilometres trek

    A group of Ayyappa devotees led by their 'Guruswamy' Chandrahas, started their pilgrimage to Sabarimala temple shrine on foot from the Andheri Ayyappa Temple in Mumbai reached here on Thursday morning.

  • Website aimed at outstation Sabarimala pilgrims successful

    Website aimed at outstation Sabarimala pilgrims successful

    The Southern Railways' timely initiative to launch a website exclusively for the outstation Sabarimala pilgrims has turned out to be a huge success, according to the Railway officials. As the Mandalakalam (the pilgrimage season) drew to a close on Wednesday, the website, www.railyatri.in/sabarimala, launched by the Southern Railway four weeks ago, ...

  • Demand for Cauvery water

    Unlike many other wards there is no acute shortage of water at most of the areas in Ganganagar Ward. The Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) authorities have taken measures to supply borewell water but the residents want the BBMP to ensure Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board (BWSSB) supply Cauvery water to them.

  • Sabarimala temple opened for 'Makaravilakku'

    Sabarimala temple opened for 'Makaravilakku'

    The hill shrine of Lord Ayyappa was opened on Friday evening for the 21-day-long 'Makaravilakku' season. Melsanthi N Balamurali opened the sanctum sanctorum of the temple at 5.30 p m in the presence of Thanthri Kandararu Maheswararu. As a practice, no ritual was conducted in the temple.

  • 16,000 police personnel deployed on streets for the New Year's Eve

    16,000 police personnel deployed on streets for the New Year's Eve

    With only a day remaining to ring in the new year, the police department is on guard and has taken all security measures to ensure that the new year revelry doesn't go awry.

  • Biryani remains Hyderabad's most recognisable dish in 2011

    Biryani remains Hyderabad's most recognisable dish in 2011

    Dum Biryani: "Hyderabad bole toh Biryani-ich yaaron." How often would a visitor to the city have heard this self-praise by the city's denizens.But true to the point, Hyderabad's most recognisable dish remains the biryani. Be it at Paradise, Bawarchi, Bahar or umpteen small restaurants dotting the city, the prices of chicken, mutton, egg, vegetable ...

  • For loss of house, relief of only Rs 100

    Aboobakar Kakkebettu, a beneficiary of Calamity Relief Fund, saw his life ruined by nature's fury, and suffered blows dealt with by bureaucracy.

  • Cyclone Thane leaves trail of destruction

    The much-dreaded 'Cyclone Thane' crossed the coast between Cuddalore and Puducherry around 6.30 am on Friday with wind speeds of 120 km per hour, leaving a trail of destruction and taking a toll of at least 28 lives, uprooting lakhs of trees and damaging roads, fishing boats and houses, besides snapping electricity and communication lines, thus di...

  • 500 cusecs of water released from Red Hills reservoir

    Heavy rains in the catchment areas after cyclone Thane hit the Tamil Nadu coast on Friday morning has forced Public Works Department (PWD) officials to open the sluice gates of the Red Hills reservoir and release 500 cusecs of water.

  • Outer Ring Road emerges as deathway in Cyberabad

    Outer Ring Road emerges as deathway in Cyberabad

    Just as in Hyderabad, the Cyberabad police too witnessed a fall in the number of cases of crime reported in 2011 but fatal accidents on the Outer Ring Road (ORR) and its service roads became a cause for concern.

  • Red signal to M G Road traffic on New Year's Eve

    Red signal to M G Road traffic on New Year's Eve

    The city police have advised revellers not to take vehicles to M G Road, Brigade Road, Residency Road, St Mark's Road and Church Street on the New Year's Eve.

  • 2012 not a smooth ride for auto industry: Report

    Tough times are likely to persist for the automotive industry in India till the first quarter of 2012-13 as major auto makers are geared up to hike prices by nearly two to ten per cent in the year ahead, according to the latest 'Indian Auto Industry: The Year Ahead' report, prepared by the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry (ASSOCHAM).

  • Hotels play it safe, to have 2012 bashes indoors

    Hotels play it safe, to have 2012 bashes indoors

    Owing to the feared after-effects of cyclone Thane, hotels in the city are making last-minute changes to their party plans, cancelling dos by the lawns and pool-sides and accepting bookings on only for bashes held indoors at the hotel.

  • Belaku project emits 'powerful' response

    State government's ambitious power saving project, Belaku Scheme, has been successful in saving nearly one million units of power per day in Bangalore and Kolar. This project will kick start in Bangalore from January, stated officials.

  • Government schools competent enough: Kageri

    Government schools competent enough: Kageri

    After laborious efforts in studying for his Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) exam, Prashanth S K, a student from Mahatma Gandhi Pre-University College,Tumkur, secured 96.16% to emerge as one of district toppers.Prashanth, along with 109 other toppers from various districts from across the State, walked away with brand new personal comput...

  • Hyderabad is safer but watch your necklace

    The top brass of the Hyderabad beamed as they reported a drop in the number of crimes in the city in 2011 but with the increasing number of chain snatching has become a point to worry about.

  • Nellore set to come up on eco-tourism map in Andhra Pradesh

    Ecotourism spots and ancient temples in the district will soon be transformed into something attractive as the district administration is gearing up to expedite works of delayed tourism projects with a whopping Rs 60 crore.

  • History-sheeter hacked to death

    A history-sheeter was hacked to death by unidentified assailants near J P Nagar II stage at 6.30 am on Thursday. The deceased, Ravi alias Mico Ravi, 35, was working in MICO Company, the police said. The incident occurred when he was returning home from work in his car. The assailants dragged him from his car and attacked with machetes and choppers ...

  • Kochi Metro Chief clears air on Sreedharan, Delhi Metro Rail Corporation

    Kochi Metro Chief clears air on Sreedharan, Delhi Metro Rail Corporation

    Reiterating that it values the expertise of Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) chief E Sreedharan, Kochi Metro Rail Ltd (KMRL) managing director Tom Jose said that they have not at any point done anything to keep Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) out of the project. There were media reports that Sreedharan had expressed disinterest in associatin...

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