• Paradise Restaurants in Hyderabad

    Paradise restaurant founded in 1953, started as a small cafe, serving tea and snacks,

  • Nizamia Tibbi College

    Nizamia Tibbi college provides Unani (BUMS) Bachelor of Unani Medical Science and Master of Doctorate (M.D) degrees for students.

  • Hyderabad, the City of Nawabs

    Hyderabad is a cosmopolitan city which has embraced the new infrastructure with equal love and is proud of its diversity.

  • Golconda Fort in Hyderabad

    Golconda Fort is built by Mohammed Quli Qutub Shah in 1525 (almost 500 years) with massive granite.

  • Gyan Bagh Palace in Nampally

    Gyan Bagh Palace (Dhanraj Gir Palace) is located on the path between Goshamahal- Mangal hat Road near the Agha pura

Shilpa Shetty in White Long top and Split Skirt @Jewellery Launch

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Shilpa Shetty the Long legged beauty of Bollywood and winner of Big Brother is not seen on TV or movies now a days. Shilpa Shetty has been spotted at Raveena Tandon and Ropa Vohra Jewellery Launch. Raveena Tandon has been interested in Fashion and has started with few of her friends.

Latest Pictures of Shilpa shetty available for download now

Many Bollywood celebrities including Shilpa Shetty, Shamita Shetty, Amrita Arora, Mehr Jesia (Arjun Rampal's wife), Divya Dutta, Poonam Sinha (Sonakshi Sinha's mother) and Shabana Azmi was also present at the launch event.


A very innocent look in the picture

Luxurious Watch and Finger rings worn by the actress


One click to banta hai for a beautiful Smile

Tall beauty in Split Skirt

 Shilpa Shetty looking cool in this attire

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YSR Congress Party demands the Opposition TDP to move a No-confidence Motion

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YSRCP today demanded TDP to move a No-confidence Motion against the State Congress due to the prevailing budget session. As Congress has failed to impress people and has no respect and feelings for many people.


YSR Congress Party demands the Opposition TDP to move a No-confidence Motion



Also, congress has lost its own 17 MLAs in the by elections to YSRCP.

TDP Chief Chandrababu Naidu is still on his padyatra and has no confidence in gaining any seats if the current government falls.

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Twin blasts shattered the peace of City in Dilsukhnagar, Hyderabad

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Another terror attack on the otherwise peaceful city of Hyderabad!

Twin blasts shattered the peace of City in Dilsukhnagar, Hyderabad


Twin blasts shatter the faith in humanity!

It was a normal Thursday evening for shoppers and cinema goers on the fateful day. Little did they know they would be victimized by a bomb blast. Business was usual and bustling with activity for the traders on the busy main road of Dilsukhnagar. This densely populated 30-square km radius area extends to Dilsukhnagar bus stand to L B Nagar, Vanasthalipuram, Nagole, Saroornagar, Karmanghat, Malakpet and Moosarambagh on different sides. It is about 3 to 4 kms from Mahatma Gandhi Bus Station and five kms from Koti and is well connected to other parts of the city.
A blast of high intensity using IED Improvised Explosive Devices occurred around 7pm a peak time in the high density area of Dilsukhnagar. Killing 22 and more than 85 injured, some of them in serious conditions. It is feared that the death toll might rise. The blast could be heard 2 to 3 kms away. Residents in nearby areas felt tremors and widows shattering.

It was a scene of blood, bodies and smoke all around. Utter chaos and confusion among the shoppers and residents. The injured were rushed to 12 different hospitals of the city. The entire stretch of Malakpet to Dilsukhnagar road was jam packed with Ambulances, Fire tenders and Minister Vehicles rushing to the ghastly scene.

Mayor of Hyderabad Majid Hussain had condemned the attack and promised every possible assistance to the families of grieved and injured on behalf of GHMC.

The Chief Minister Kiran Kumar Reddy immediately rushed to the venue and inspected the blast site. He also announced free medical treatment and Rs.50,000/- to Rs.1 lakh to the injured and an ex-gratia of Rs.6 lakhs to the families who lost their loved ones. Chief Minister condemned the inhuman cowardly act  and have formed special Police teams to nab the culprits at the earliest. When questioned about any intelligence failure, he said it is too early to make any comment.

The touring Australian Cricket team has expressed concern over security in the wake of the blasts. As Hyderabad is the venue for 2nd test match of the series between 2nd to 6th March. It is most likely that the venue might be shifted to other contending cities like Kolkata, Nagpur or Bangalore.

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Hyderabad, the City of Nawabs, Hyderbadi Culture and Tehzeeb

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This city has kept the rich culture and heritage intact over the years. The beautiful and intricate architectural monuments are symbolic of its rich legacy. The city has always been a hub for fine arts and tradition which creates nostalgia among the residents of old city.



Hyderabad is a cosmopolitan city which has embraced the new infrastructure with equal love and is proud of its diversity. The old and new city are interdependent and is equally loved by its residents. While the new areas boast of malls and international brands, the old city lures the citizens with its traditional and wedding fare. No wedding can be complete without a visit to the eternal shopping area surrounding Charminar.

Though Urdu is the local language, citizens have developed a fusion culture and dialect of their own, Which is a mix of Hindi, Urdu and English. There is also a significant influence of the South Indian culture and thus creates a pot pouri. 

Hyderabadis are most tolerant people and very secular in their outlook. The locals call it the Ganga Jamuni tahzeeb where Hindus and Muslims co-exist and celebrate all their festivals together. Eid, Diwali, Dussehra, Christmas are all celebrated with equal fervor and they are festivals for the entire community rather limiting to people of one religion or belief.



No mention of Hyderabad can be complete without talking of Food and its rich Cuisine.
Biryani is the king and takes the number 1 position and next most popular dish of Hyderabad is the eternal Haleem. Which is served during Ramadan, the fasting month of Muslims. Its is relished by young and old, and people from all walks of life.

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Curfew in Hyderabad - Riots in Hyderabad, Curfew continues in Nights

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Curfew in Hyderabad - Riots in Hyderabad, Curfew continues in Nights

144 Section (curfew) in Hyderabad still prevailing in nights under 31 police stations limits.

The Hyderabad police have decided to relax curfew for 24hrs from tomorrow.

Authorities have maintained night curfew at Sayeedabad and Madannapet and curfew will be relaxed from 6 am to 8 pm on April 15 also. No untoward incident happened during relaxation. Shops remained opened at the other places of the city.

Hyderabad has a population of eight million, nearly 40 percent of them Muslims.

It has historically suffered from communal tensions which have been increased since  the proposed division of the Andhra Pradesh state.

Hyderabad, home to Indian headquarters of Google and Microsoft, has attracted major investment from global information technology and pharmaceuticals firms, and is a symbol of India's emerging economy.

Frequent strikes as well as road and rail blockades have caused widespread disruption to businesses in the last year.

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Andhra Pradesh Finance Minister A R Reddy presents Rs 1,28,542 crore Budget

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 Andhra Pradesh Finance Minister A R Reddy presents Rs 1,28,542 crore Budget


Andhra Pradesh Finance Minister A R Reddy presents Rs 1,28,542 crore Budget

Andhra Pradesh Finance Minister Aanam Ramanarayana Reddy today unveiled a Rs 1,28,542 crore Budget for the 2011—12 financial year, projecting a fiscal deficit of Rs 17,602 crore.
The size of the budget is about Rs 15,000 crore more than last year’s budget estimate of Rs 1.13 lakh crore. This is the fourth consecutive year that the State’s Budget has been pegged at over Rs 1 lakh crore, despite actual spending falling way short of projections.
This was Mr. Ramanarayana Reddy’s maiden budget, which he presented at 11.43 am, the ‘muhurtam’ set for the occasion.
The Finance Minister pegged tax revenue in 2011—12 at Rs 56,438 crore, as against Rs 46,999 crore in the 2010—11 financial year. Non-tax revenue is expected to be Rs 12,339 crore, while central funds are projected at Rs 32,218 crore, including the State’s share of central taxes at Rs 16,826 crore.
The Plan outlay for 2011—12 has been put at Rs 47,558 crore and non-plan outlay at Rs 80,984 crore.

The Finance Minister stated that “the Government is committed to continue all welfare programmes like Rs. 2 per KG rice, free power supply to the farmers, Rajiv Arogyasri, old age pensions, Indiramma housing,  pavala vaddi under Indira Kranthi Padham, Dr. YSR Abhayahastham, reimbursement of tuition fee etc. It is over endeavour that the fruits of all these welfare schemes should reach the needy and eligible sections of the society. Equal emphasis has been laid on development programmes, by continuing substantial allocations to infrastructure sectors like irrigation, roads, buildings, water supply, power etc., in the budget”, he said.

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Actress Swetha Menon Ravishing Look in a Designer Saree

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