Background

A Tribute to the French for Sowing the Seeds of Renaissance and Cosmopolitan Culture in Hyderabad

A Tribute to the French for Sowing the Seeds of Renaissance and Cosmopolitan Culture in Hyderabad

From Golconda kings to the Nizams, the city currently being called as Old city was been designed and used as the capital for administrative purposes. The emphasis was more put on palaces, gardens, worship places, bazaars, etc. which were important for the King and the people serving him, to live and perform their duties... »

State Bank of Hyderabad – Gunfoundry

State Bank of Hyderabad – Gunfoundry

State Bank of Hyderabad’s Gunfoundry branch, originally started on April 5, 1942 as a central bank in the erstwhile princely State of the Nizam of Hyderabad and on October 22, 1956, became a fully owned subsidiary of Reserve Bank of India under its present name. Subsequently, on October 1, 1959, it became a wholly... »

Languages Spoken in Hyderabad

Hyderabad, due to its cultural heritage, is one of the popular tourist spots in India. Many of its historical constructions are included in the ‘World Heritage List’ by UNESCO. Apart from its historical background, Hyderabad is also recognized as the fastest growing IT hub in India. The interesting feature of the city is its... »

Role Of PSUs in Creating a Cosmopolitan Hyderabad

The Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs), the government-owned enterprises, played a major role in development of Hyderabad from a quiet place to an industrial hub. Furthermore, the role of PSUs cannot be ignored in enhancing the cosmopolitan profile of Hyderabad. Unlike other places in India, Hyderabad boasts a large number of PSUs from diversified sectors.... »