From the splendors of royal times of Nizam and pearls to the present day image of IT hub and fast growing city, Hyderabad and Andhra Pradesh had a glorious past and it is interesting to know about its history. Find through this section some of the important events in history and some lesser known facts about Hyderabad.
This section is dedicated to those leaders who with their acts of dedication towards welfare of their own people became immortalized in the minds of the people. These people have their share of controversies but their contributions last beyond their lifetime and speak both of their intentions and their execution capabilities.
Hyderabad is a multi-cultural and multi-religious city. People living here are of diverse cultures and faiths and celebrate festivals with joy and excitement. This section is about background of Hyderabad city that makes it cosmopolitan in nature even through its diversity.
Planning to visit Hyderabad? Are you visiting Hyderabad for the first time? Then you need to know about few important things in advance, especially the ways to travel to Hyderabad. This section contains all the information that you need to know while visiting Hyderabad.
Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket stadium is also known as Uppal stadium. Uppal stadium is the sole International cricket stadium in Hyderabad. Situated at Greater Hyderabad, Telangana, the stadium can accomodate a crowd of 65,000 .To accomodate such a huge number of gathering, the stadium is spread over an area of 16 acres (65000 m2). »
Osmania University represented a new beginning in the country’s educational system in South Central India. The University had shown great resilience and achieved many coveted milestones. It has several architecturally elegant buildings and a spectacular campus spread across an area of nearly 1600 acres (6.5 Sq.Kms.) with nearly 300,000 students(including affiliate colleges) pursuing studies... »
Currently, India is experiencing cash crunch due to demonitization of 500 and 1000 Rupee notes, which was announced by the Government of India on 8 November 2016. The scarcity of cash and limitation on withdrawal has led to endless queues outside banks and ATMs across India. Most of the ATMs are running out of... »