Shaik Ahmed Ali

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  • 'Curfew City' will never change its ways

    Andhra Thaali |  Shaik Ahmed Ali
    As I'm writing this blog, the entire old city of Hyderabad is under curfew. At least one person died and over 50 ...

  • Why Women's Reservation Bill is Anti-Muslim?

    Andhra Thaali |  Shaik Ahmed Ali
    The empowerment of one group leads to the weakening of another. That's one of the basic principles of Indian politics. The passing of Women's ...

  • The anatomy of Telangana agitation

    Andhra Thaali |  Shaik Ahmed Ali
    It happened once again. On 20th February, a student Yadaiah attempted suicide by setting himself ablaze in the Osmania University campus in full public ...

  • The mirage of Muslim reservation

    Andhra Thaali |  Shaik Ahmed Ali
    Exactly 12 days after India achieved independence, the Scheduled Castes and the Muslims were given political reservation. Following a debate on 'Report on Minority ...

  • Swine flu alert for Haj pilgrims 01-08-2009 04:16 PM

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  • Telangana Biryani

    Andhra Thaali |  Shaik Ahmed Ali
    What is common between Hyderabadi Biryani and Telangana? The answer is both simple and complicated. First let's talk about the simple answer. Biryani is ...

  • High pay no lure for ISB grads | IIM to help MPs spend wisely 28-03-2008 08:20 AM

    New Delhi: Virender Sehwag was at his blazing best as he stroked his way to 219 -- the highest score in ODIs – while becoming only the second batsman after Sachin Tendulkar to score a double-century in the 50-over format. The swashbuckling opener came under a lot of criticism before...
  • Minor irritants mar first day of Hyderabad's new airport 23-03-2008 10:45 PM

    Brisbane: Injured Mitchell Johnson and Shane Watson will be monitored closely this week before Australia selectors determine whether the pair will be fit for the first Test against New Zealand starting December 1. Paceman Johnson, who struggled with the ball but played a winning hand with the bat in a...
  • Andhra Muslims get job quota, courts cry foul 04-02-2008 11:20 AM

    London: England fast bowler Chris Tremlett cannot understand why India are so vehemently opposed to cricket's Decision Review System (DRS). DRS, which allows teams to make two incorrect challenges to an on-field umpire's decision before all their referrals for that innings are used up, has broadly been accepted by most...