Andhra Pradesh faces unprecedented drought but the State government has been left to its fate in tackling the grim situation. A Central team to assess the extent and magnitude of drought that stalks

The Atomic Energy Regulatory Board has said the radiation effects of granite in Hyderabad are negligible. Refering to the findings of National Geophysical Research Institute scientists that granite

The Centre has promised to extend support to Andhra Pradesh for setting up three secondary sewerage treatment plants for Hyderabad and Secunderabad at a cost of Rs 295

Disposal of bio-medical waste from Hyderabad hospital is proving to be a difficult task as hospitals lack facilities for treatment. With the AP Pollution Control Board banning incinerators in

The spices and chilli business at Maharjgunj market in the city of Hyderabad has become too hot for the resident to bear and is taking the 'spice' out of their life. Over a period of time, increase

It may well be the arrival of a new virus, if the difficulty the doctors are facing to figure out the nature of the malaria like ailment hitting the city is any indication. Growing number of people

Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh Mr. N Chandrababu Naidu on launched the 36th round of Clean and Green programme in twin cities by kicking off an anti larval campaign at the Necklace Road. The Chief

Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh Chandrababu Naidu deliberated on a series of measures to tackle the severe drought sweeping the State and announced sops to the tune of Rs 321 crore amidst walkout by

People from all walks of life should come forward and plant saplings to maintain the ecological balance and to reduce the pollution in the town, said Warangal Mayor T Rajeswara Rao. He called upon

Minister for Municipal Administration of Andhra Pradesh N Mohammed Farooq said the government had set up a core committee for implementation of the Charminar pedestrianisation project and complete