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Augmented reality to change learning

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Have you ever wondered about how well you could have scored in physics, geography or mathematics, if your school had the ability to create visuals to explain the concepts?

Accident prone Gagan Narang goes great guns, wins Silver

Gagan Narang won silver medal in the men’s 50m rifle prone

“This is a golden silver for me,” Gagan Narang said, summing up his joy on clinching second place in the men’s 50 metres rifle prone event at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.

Green permits to go online: PMG

Investors have got some good news: In a little over one month’s time, the environmental clearances would be issued online.

11 students in serious condition in bus mishap

The condition of 11 students injured in the bus-train collision at an unmanned railway crossing in Telangana’s Medak district continues to remain serious today even as the district authorities and pol

Brahmani wins Hyderabad feature

Hyderabad Race Club steward K. Bhupal Reddy (right) presents the S. Malakonda Reddy Memorial Cup(Division) 1200m to K. Rajeshwar

Anupam Sharma-trained Brahmani was well ridden by K Mukesh Kumar to win the Sri S Ramakrishnam Raju Memorial Cup (Division-I) 1400 metres, the main event of monsoon races held in Hyderabad on Friday.

14 kids killed as train hits bus

People look at the damaged school bus that was hit by a train at Masaipet in Medak on Thursday. — PTI

In one of the biggest tragedies involving schoolchildren, 16 people, including 14 children, were killed at an unmanned level-crossing near Masaipet of Veldurthi mandal of Medak district in Telangana w

Hyderabad Monsoon races: Magic Spell wins first day’s honours

Trainer LVR Deshmukh of Magical Spell (left) receives the C.R. Bhoopal Memorial Cup from HRC steward Hari Kishen Gupta.Photo: DC

L.V.R.Deshmukh-trained Magical Spell was well ridden by Imran Chisty to win the C.R. Bhoopal Memorial Cup 1200 metres, the main event of opening day’s monsoon races on Thursday.

The RESULTS:

Less rain fails to turn sugar sour

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After a slew of bitter news surrounding the below par south west monsoon in the country, finally there seems to be some sweetened optimism with a promise of positive sugarcane production.

Now, golden ball winner Lionel Messi on your smartphone

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After dishing out loads of merchandise that facilitated sports buffs to own a piece of their favourite sports stars, Collectabillia has come out with one for Lionel Messi, the flavour of the just conc

Tata to make equipment for air-to-air refuelling

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Hyderabad-based Tata Advanced Systems (TAS) Limited said on Friday that it will manufacture world-leading 5th generation air-to-air refuelling equipment for the UK defence and aerospace major Cobham a

The conscience of Justice Markandey Katju, dormant for over 10 years, erupted recently, throwing out allegations against everyone around him — mostly in the nature of ipse dixit. His targets — three former Chief Justices of India in the collegium (Justices R.C. Lahoti, Y.K. Sabharwal and K.G. Balakrishnan) that could have but did not select Justice Katju to the Supreme Court in 2004 or earlier.

If you care about India’s children, prepare to shed a tear now. If you care about Gujarat’s children, prepare to cry buckets now. Because Dinanath Batra, ace scholar, perfervid activist, slayer of Donigers, is a revered figure in the schools of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s motherland.