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Office space demand in Hyderabad outpaced supply in 2016, says Colliers Study
Economic Times "Hyderabad's office market is in transition and property owners have aggressively increased rents in 2016 as available office space diminished with massive expansion by IT occupiers. In the short term, supply should complement demand," said Surabhi ...

GHMC starts putting street vending policy into action
The move will go a long way in protecting vendors from harassment

Minister Vijay Goel gets back at Dangal actress Zaira Wasim, says she interpreted him wrong
Union sports and youth affairs minister Vijay Goel has told Dangal actress Zaira Wasim that she had wrongly interpreted his twitter post taking her name.

Jallikattu row a lesson for 'Hindutva' forces: Owaisi
Hyderabad: Using the bull taming sport of Jallikattu as a weapon to launch a verbal attack against the Centre, All India Majlis-e-Ittehad-ul Muslimeen or (AIMIM) chief Asaduddin Owaisi said India is a land of many cultures and not just one, and therefore, Uniform Civil Code (UCC) cannot be applied coercively."#Jallikattuprotest Lesson for Hindutva forces, Uniform Civil Code cannot be "imposed" this nation cannot have one CULTURE we celebrate all," Owaisi tweeted.Tamil Nadu is cur conflict over Jallikattu.Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) working president M.K. Stalin was taken into preventive custody for halting a train at Chennai's Mambalam Railway Station under the 'Rail Roko Agitation.'The protests at Marina Beach have entered the fourth day, with protesters not ready to end the agitation till the ordinance on Jallikattu is passed.However, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister O. Panneerselvam earlier today urged the protesters to end their protest while announcing that a draft of ordinance has been sent to the Home Ministry, adding that it would be passed in one-two days.Jallikattu remains stalled since May 2014 due to a ban imposed by the Supreme Court, which is due to deliver its verdict on a related case that has been reserved earlier.The widespread pro-Jallikattu protests have lead to charges and counter-charges by political parties, even as the call for legal remedies to revive the bull-taming game is getting louder.