Zurna Haleem

Zurna restaurant situated in Somajiguda recently celebrated its 1st anniversary. Zurna

Is a unit of the famous Garden Restaurant Secundrabad estd 1950. Zurna specializes in Hyderabadi Dum Biryani and Kababs and has gained immense popularity. On the occasion of its 1st Anniversary this Ramzan, Zurna introduced Special Irani Mutton Haleem. This seasonal delecasy enriched with pure ghee and exotic spices is bound to leave people craving for more.

Address: Shanti Shikara Complex, Opposite Honda Showroom, Somajiguda

Home Delivery: 04066635566

Apple launches new iPad

Apple just unveiled the next-gen iPad at its event in San Francisco. Packing a Retina IPS display with the mind-blowing resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels and a bumped up GPU, this shapes up to be one of the hottest slates on the market. And yes, the iPad has lost its Home button alright.

Strangely, rumors about the new slate being called iPad 3 or iPad HD turned out wrong and the new device is simply called iPad – just like the first generation device.

World renowned Golconda Diamond to be auctioned in Geneva

The Golconda mines have yielded some of the best diamonds known to man as a result of which the term Golconda has come to be popularly used to refer to any diamond that has incredible transparency, clarity and whiteness. These attributes are generally found in rare type-IIa natural diamonds that are free from nitrogen that gives regular diamonds their yellow tint.

Apple to showcase its new iPad and more on March 7th

Apple on Tuesday sent out official invitations for a media event to be held next Wednesday, March 7, in San Francisco where it is expected to introduce its next-generation iPad.

The March 7 event will be held at 10 a.m. Pacific, 1 p.m. Eastern at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, Calif., the same place the last two iPad unveilings have been held. The invitation features a finger pushing down on an iOS calendar icon with March 7 as the date.

“We have something you really have to see. And touch,” the invitation reads.

12 injured in Pakistan varsity clash

At least 12 students were injured when two rival groups clashed at a university in the Pakistani port city of Karachi Monday, the Geo News reported.

The two student-groups quarrelled with each other over pasting of a poster near the cafeteria of Karachi University. The argument later turned violent.

Classes were suspended after the clash, and two students arrested by Karachi Rangers.

According to The Nation daily, students associated with two political parties clashed at the Arts Faculty of the university, using clubs. They also pelted stones at each other.

Israeli defence minister heads to US to discuss Iran

Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak Tuesday headed to Washington for talks with senior US officials about the Iranian nuclear programme.

The Israeli minister’s two-day US visit comes ahead of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s and President Shimon Peres’ scheduled visits next week, Xinhua reported.

“There are some security issues that apply to the defense minister. These sensitive issues (that will be discussed in Netanyahu’s visit) require early coordination and many talks,” said a senior political source explaining the objective of Barak’s visit.

Five injured in US high school shooting

Five students were wounded in US’ Ohio state after a gunman opened fire in the cafeteria of a suburban high school just as the school day was beginning Monday, according to law enforcement officials.

The suspected Chardon High School shooter — believed to be a student, according to a school official — was in custody, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) special agent Scott Wilson told reporters, reported CNN.

‘UAE committed to support Pakistan’s security’

The United Arab Emirates Monday has reiterated its commitment to help Pakistan’s security and stability besides providing political, economic, and educational support to the Pakistanis.

UAE’s Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan made the remarks during a joint press conference with Pakistan’s Foreign Affairs Minister Hina Rabbani Khaar, at the end of the 10th UAE-Pakistan Joint Committee meetings in Abu Dhabi.

Sheikh Abdullah said Pakistan features among UAE’s key trade partners with trade exchange between the two countries reaching $2.6 billion in 2011.

Muslim-Jat card to be tested in Tuesday’s poll

The Muslim card, played heavily by the Congress party, will be on test Tuesday when 68 Uttar Pradesh assembly constituencies go to poll during the sixth and penultimate phase of the ogoing election.

Four of the 13 districts witnessing the poll have a substantial Muslim population ranging between 25-39 percent, while the remaining nine districts have 18-22 percent Muslims.

Together with the Muslim card, the much talked-about clout of Rashtriya Lok Dal (RLD) chief Ajit Singh among the next dominant Jat community is also bound to face a litmus test.

Fardeen Khan’s sister dies in south Delhi car crash

Two people, including the half-sister of Bollywood actor Fardeen Khan, were killed in a collision of two cars in south Delhi early Monday, police said.

Khan’s half sister, Sonia Sethia, wife of businessman Rajendra Sethia, was returning home in New Friends Colony from dinner at a friend’s home in Gulmohar Park, when a Swift Dzire coming at very high speed, rammed into their Honda City car on August Kranti Marg.

Women’s hockey: India beat Italy to enter final

India defeated Italy 1-0 to enter the final of the women’s hockey Olympic qualifier at the Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium here on Friday.

India play mighty South Africa in the final on Saturday.

India were made to toil hard by the Italian defence but their never-say-die attitude finally earned them a goal in the 55th minute when Ritu Rani scored off a rebound after the ball had ballooned up following a penalty corner.

Earlier in the day, South Africa sealed their place in the finals after beating Canada 4-1.

Gadkari rules out immediate reinstatement of Yeddyurappa

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Nitin Gadkari Friday rejected scam-hit former Karnataka chief minister B.S. Yeddyurappa’s demand for immediate reinstatement but said he will be given an honourable position once he is cleared of the charges.

“There is no question of change (of Chief Minister D.V. Sadananda Gowda),” Gadkari told reporters after addressing ministers, legislators and MPs at a meeting at a resort on Bangalrore’s outskirts.

He, however, tried to placate the sulking Yeddyurappa: “Yeddyurappa is the popular face of our party in Karnataka.”