Movies Today In Hyderabad

English
Under The Sea
PRASADS IMAX
NTR Gardens, LIC Division PO, Hyderabad, 500-063. , 2344-8989
14:45 and 18:30
Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
PRASADS IMAX
NTR Gardens, LIC Division PO, Hyderabad, 500-063. , 2344-8989
19:30
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
PRASADS IMAX
NTR Gardens, LIC Division PO, Hyderabad, 500-063. , 2344-8989
19:45
Star Trek : The Future Begins
PRASADS IMAX
NTR Gardens, LIC Division PO, Hyderabad, 500-063. , 2344-8989
16:00
Up
Prasads Multiplex
Necklace Road, 2344-8888, 3989-5050
19:00
Hindi
Wanted
Prasads Multiplex
Necklace Road, 2344-8888, 3989-5050
15:00
INOX
GVK One Mall, Road No.1, Banjara Hills., 4476-7770
19:00
PVR Cinemas
Hyderabad Central, Panjagutta., 6662-1115/6662-1116
16:40
Cinemax
RK Cineplex, Road No.2, Banjara Hills., 4456-5555
12:00
Wake Up Sid
PVR Cinemas
Hyderabad Central, Panjagutta., 6662-1115/6662-1116
16:30
Prasads Multiplex
Necklace Road, 2344-8888, 3989-5050
12:45, 20:15 and 22:15
INOX
GVK One Mall, Road No.1, Banjara Hills., 4476-7770
10:45 and 22:30
Blue
Talkie Town
Shetty’s Complex, Aland Road, Bombay Highway, Miyapur.,
11:30, 14:30 and 21:45
Prasads Multiplex
Necklace Road, 2344-8888, 3989-5050
10:00, 11:15, 12:15, 14:30, 15:45, 16:45, 18:00, 20:45 and 23:00
PVR Cinemas
Hyderabad Central, Panjagutta., 6662-1115/6662-1116
12:00, 15:30, 19:45 and 22:15
Cinemax
RK Cineplex, Road No.2, Banjara Hills., 4456-5555
11:30, 17:30, 19:15, 20:15 and 23:00
INOX
GVK One Mall, Road No.1, Banjara Hills., 4476-7770
10:00, 11:20, 13:00, 14:45, 16:00, 17:30, 20:15, 21;30 and 22:45
BIG Cinemas
Gs 24 Carat 8-3-949/1, Goldspot Area, Ameerpet., 040-3989-4040
11:00, 14:05, 16:35, 19:25 and 22:10
Main Aurr Mrs Khanna
Prasads Multiplex
Necklace Road, 2344-8888, 3989-5050
11:00, 13:15, 15:30, 18:15, 20:30 and 22:45
Cinemax
RK Cineplex, Road No.2, Banjara Hills., 4456-5555
14:15, 17:00 and 22:45
INOX
GVK One Mall, Road No.1, Banjara Hills., 4476-7770
12:45, 14:15, 15:45, 19:45 and 22:30
PVR Cinemas
Hyderabad Central, Panjagutta., 6662-1115/6662-1116
11:00, 13:30 and 22:00
BIG Cinemas
Gs 24 Carat 8-3-949/1, Goldspot Area, Ameerpet., 040-3989-4040
14:25 and 19:45
All The Best
INOX
GVK One Mall, Road No.1, Banjara Hills., 4476-7770
10:15, 11:45, 13:45, 17:15, 18:00, 20:00 and 22:15
Prasads Multiplex
Necklace Road, 2344-8888, 3989-5050
14:00, 15:30, 16:45 and 19:30
PVR Cinemas
Hyderabad Central, Panjagutta., 6662-1115/6662-1116
11:00, 17:00 and 22:40
Cinemax
RK Cineplex, Road No.2, Banjara Hills., 4456-5555
11:15, 14:15, 19:30 and 22:30
BIG Cinemas
Gs 24 Carat 8-3-949/1, Goldspot Area, Ameerpet., 040-3989-4040
11:10, 16:30, 19:10 and 22:15
Telugu
Magadheera
Prasads Multiplex
Necklace Road, 2344-8888, 3989-5050
16:45
INOX
GVK One Mall, Road No.1, Banjara Hills., 4476-7770
14:00
Mahatma
Prasads Multiplex
Necklace Road, 2344-8888, 3989-5050
10:30, 13:30, 16:30, 19:30 and 22:30
PVR Cinemas
Hyderabad Central, Panjagutta., 6662-1115/6662-1116
10:45, 16:30 and 22:15
Cinemax
RK Cineplex, Road No.2, Banjara Hills., 4456-5555
10:00, 15:45 and 22:15
INOX
GVK One Mall, Road No.1, Banjara Hills., 4476-7770
10:50, 12:30, 15:40, 18:50 and 22:00
BIG Cinemas
Gs 24 Carat 8-3-949/1, Goldspot Area, Ameerpet., 040-3989-4040
11:10, 13:30, 16:40, 19:20 and 22:15
Prasads Multiplex
Necklace Road, 2344-8888, 3989-5050
11:00 and 22:30
PVR Cinemas
Hyderabad Central, Panjagutta., 6662-1115/6662-1116
16:40 and 19:40
INOX
GVK One Mall, Road No.1, Banjara Hills., 4476-7770
11:00, 16:30 and 21:45
Bendu Appa Rao
Prasads Multiplex
Necklace Road, 2344-8888, 3989-5050
14:00 and 17:45
PVR Cinemas
Hyderabad Central, Panjagutta., 6662-1115/6662-1116
13:45 and 19:15
INOX
GVK One Mall, Road No.1, Banjara Hills., 4476-7770
17:00 and 18:45
Cinemax
RK Cineplex, Road No.2, Banjara Hills., 4456-5555
13:30 and 16:30
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HYDERABAD – Art | Special Events | Eating Out | Nightlife | Exhibitions | Shopping | Workshops |

Art
Artists Collection
Tuesday, October 20th, 2009. 11 a.m. to  4 p.m.
Mystic Inspirations, Plot No.33, Banjara Hills. An exhibition of paintings by various artists like Suman Roy, Arif, Jaya Baheti, Deeraj Choudhary and Kishan will be on display.

Fragrance Of Life
Tuesday, October 20th, 2009. 11 a.m. to  6 p.m.
Diara Art Gallery, 100A, Banjara Petals, Road No.5, Banjara Hills. An exhibition of figurative paintings on human life, by renowned artist Sukanta Das.

Bronze Sculptures
Tuesday, October 20th, 2009. 11 a.m. to  5 p.m.
Kalakriti, 468, Road No.12, Banjara Hills. An exhibition of bronze sculptures by renowned artist Sonjay Kumar.

Special Events
Diwali Dhamaka
Tuesday, October 20th, 2009.
The Square, La Cantina, The Bar, The Deli, Sunset Lounge and Boulder Hills, Novotel Hyderabad, Hitech City, Madhapur. This Diwali, patrons who dine for Rs 1000, get a chance to win a Hyundai i20.

Eating Out
Moon Cake Festival
Tuesday, October 20th, 2009. 7 p.m. to  11:15 p.m.
Golden Dragon, Taj Krishna, Road No.1, Banjara Hills Taj Krishna is hosting the ‘Moon Cake Festival’ at Golden Dragon. The age old Autumn Moon legend comes alive as Chef Hung Fong Ng recreates the exotic, colourful Chinese Moon festival with delicious moon cakes and special menu of exquisite specialities. The Moon Cake Festival is often compared to a sort of “Chinese Thanksgiving” because of its spirit of gratitude and its inclusion of abundant food.

Lunch Buffet
Tuesday, October 20th, 2009. noon to  3 p.m.
Sweet Nirvana, Plot No.105, Phase II, Kavuri Hills, Madhapur Sweet Nirvana is offering a variety of delicious continental dishes which include soups, salads along with the main course and desserts.

Evening Snacks
Tuesday, October 20th, 2009. 4 p.m. to  6 p.m.
Promenade, Aditya Park, Ameerpet. An array of South and North Indian snacks and light meals at the Promenade.

Happy Hours
Tuesday, October 20th, 2009. 4 p.m. to  8 p.m.
The Bar, Novotel Hyderabad Airport, Shamshabad. The Bar at Novotel is having happy hours – there’s a complimentary drink on purchase of every drink.

Midnight Biryani
Tuesday, October 20th, 2009. 11:30 p.m. to  3 a.m.
Tulips, Hotel Greenpark, Greenlands, Begumpet. Tulips is serving an array of vegetarian and non-vegetarian biryanis. Other delicacies like Haleem, Sheermal, Paneer Burjee and desserts are also available.

Southern Delicacies
Tuesday, October 20th, 2009. noon to  3 p.m.
Deccan Pavilion, Hotel ITC The Kakatiya, Begumpet. The coffee shop is offering authentic Hyderabadi biryanis and delicious kebabs along with other Chinese and continental cuisines. Also on the menu are soups, salads, cold cuts, pastas and desserts.

Snacks and Desserts Buffet
Tuesday, October 20th, 2009. 4 p.m. to  7 p.m.
Sweet Nirvana, Kavuri Hills, Madhapur. A variety of savory snacks such as chicken barbeque and desserts will be served along with lemonade.

Dim-Sum Festival
Tuesday, October 20th, 2009. 7:30 p.m. to  11:30 p.m.
Strings, Taj Banjara, Road No.1, Banjara Hills. The menu consists of a wide-range of Dim Sums in both vegetarian and non-vegetarian options like Baby Spinach and spring vegetables dim sum, Five spiced mushroom dim sum, Garlic and cabbage dim sum, Burnt garlic fish dim sum, Chicken dim sum, Crispy shrimps dim sum and delicious desserts from Executive Chef Hrudananda Behera.

Vegetarian Buffet
Tuesday, October 20th, 2009. 7 p.m. to  11 p.m.
Venue, Quality Inn Residency, Nampally. The restaurant offers delicious south Indian vegetarian buffet, along with snacks and desserts for lunch and dinner.

Lunch Buffet
Tuesday, October 20th, 2009. 12:30 p.m. to  3 p.m.
Tandoor, White House Building, Begumpet. An authentic North Indian buffet featuring peas pulao, paneer tikka, biryanis, desserts and more for lunch.

The Curry Bar
Tuesday, October 20th, 2009. 7:30 p.m. to  11:30 p.m.
Spice Junxion, Taj Deccan, Road No.1, Banjara Hills. Executive Chef Sachin Joshi has prepared a menu which includes an array of the most popular, authentic, spicy south Indian curries. The chicken, fish, lamb and vegetable curries are made using home-made spices and served with portions of Appams, Malabar Parathas, Dosas, and steamed rice. The non-veg curries on offer are Kozhi Chettinad, Kori Gassi, Meen da Kajippu, Kundapur Chicken, and Meen Moily, and among the veg curries – Cauliflower, Alambo Arepu, Kaikari Chettinad and Gutthi Vankaya Kura are available.

Gourmet Lunch
Tuesday, October 20th, 2009. noon to  3 p.m.
Taj Deccan Road.No1 , Banjara Hills Indulge in unlimited kebabs, grills, smoothies and much more.

Guiltf Free Indulgence
Tuesday, October 20th, 2009. noon to  3 p.m.
Little Italy 275, Film Nagar Housing Society , Jubilee Hills Authentic Italian cuisine and a specially crafted menu for lunch during the weekdays. Indulge into unlimited soups, salads, desserts, choice of starters and main course (which includes home made wheat pastas and pizzas).

Sizzler Festival
Tuesday, October 20th, 2009. 7 p.m. to  11:15 p.m.
Me’Lange, The Golkonda Hyderabad, Masabtank Melange is offering an array of hot sizzlers for both lunch and dinner.

Nightlife
House Music Night
Tuesday, October 20th, 2009. 8 p.m. to  1 a.m.
Dublin, Hotel ITC The Kakatiya, Opp. to Walden, Begumpet Rocking party tracks by in-house DJ Daman.

From Goa With Love
Tuesday, October 20th, 2009. 8 p.m. to  11:45 p.m.
Seasons Bar, Taj Krishna, Road No.1, Banjara Hills. Singer Wahida belts out hit songs from 70s, 80s to latest chart busters.

Russian Melodies
Tuesday, October 20th, 2009. 8 p.m. to  11:45 p.m.
Atrium Bar, Taj Deccan, Road No.1, Banjara Hills. Russian singer Polina will perform at the bar. She is versatile and covers a wide variety of world styles, from contemporary popular repertoire to retro and hip-hop.

Exhibitions
Diwali Celebrations
Tuesday, October 20th, 2009. 11 a.m. to  8 p.m.
Daram, Naik Estates, ICICI Bank Lane, Near Old Airport, Begumpet. Daram presents an exclusive exhibition of silk saris from South India (Kanjeevaram, Uppada, Paithani and hand blocked prints in natural dyes).

Shopping
Season Sale
Tuesday, October 20th, 2009. 11 a.m. to  9 p.m.
Planet Sports, Shop No.1-2, Afzia Towers, Opp. Lifestyle, Begumpet. The showroom is offering a 20% discount on apparel, footwear and other sports accessories for women and men.

I Anniversary Celebrations
Tuesday, October 20th, 2009. 11 a.m. to  8 p.m.
Sri Krishna Silks, 3-2-102, General Bazar Avail up to 100% cash back, gold and silver coins and assured gifts on every purchase, on the eve of the anniversary celebrations.

Festive Collection
Tuesday, October 20th, 2009. 11 a.m. to  9 p.m.
New Meena Bazar, Abids. The store is has an exclusive range of reviting kurtas, pyjamas and sherwanis, featuring Lucknowi, Chikandari, Kashmiri works, Brocades and thread embroidery in exotic range of colors and designs. The fabrics used to create these masterpieces include plain cotton, crushed cotton, cotton silk, linen tissue silk and ploy silk.

Shopping Carnival
Tuesday, October 20th, 2009. 11 a.m. to  9 p.m.
Novotel Hyderabad Airport, Shamshabad. With the advent of the festive season, GMR Hyderabad International Airport Ltd., will be organizing the ‘Airport Festive Shopping Carnival’ at the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport. A host of special offers from the retailers and food and beverage outlets in the airport will be made available. Guests flying Jet Airways will be entitled to additional discounts at all these outlets, except the Landmark, on showing their boarding passes during the shopping festival.

Festive Collection
Tuesday, October 20th, 2009. 11 a.m. to  8 p.m.
Musaddilal Jewellers. Musaddilal Jewelers and Exporters launched designer jewelry collection for Diwali and Wedding season. The collection specializes in diamonds, Ruby, antique jewellery, ancient jewellery like satlada, choker and many more.

Workshops
Music Notation Reading
Tuesday, October 20th, 2009. 6:45 p.m. to  9 p.m.
Alliance Francaise, Desk Edufrance, West Marredpally. Hyderabad Western Music Forum presents the second Music Notation Reading training course. The workshop is conducted by Joe Koster and Laure Menegoz. It is the second in the series by the Hyderabad Western Music Forum. The participants will learn the art of reading Western music notation.

250000 Education Jobs were Retained

250000 Education Jobs were Retained

education jobsThe Domestic Policy Council report shows that the states were able to recover the most part of the education budget shortages with the help of the stimulus. Thus, 250,000 education jobs were retained.

A week ago the White House representatives commented on the data provided by another report that informed about 30,000 jobs retained or created in the private infrastructure sector thanks to the stimulus.

Although the figure may be seen as quite low, it has some meaning that there are more jobs retained or created in education compared to the private sector.

One of the probable explanations to the fact that there has been not that much jobs created in the private sector is that the stimulus has been mostly tailored for the public sector.

Repolling in Arunachal and Haryana today

Arunachal PradeshRepolling is in progress in 33 polling stations under 15 Assembly constituencies in Arunachal Pradesh, and in nine polling stations in Narnaund constituency in Haryana.

Out of the 33 polling stations, eight are in Upper Subansiri district, seven in Kurung Kumay district and five in Lower Subansiri district.

Repoll has been ordered in the wake of group clashes leading to damage of EVMs in some cases on the polling day on 13th October.

In Haryana also, repoll is on at nine polling stations in Narnaund constituency.

Over 75 percent polling was recorded in 57 Assembly constituencies on 13th October.

The three constituencies of Tawang district, with predominantly Buddhist population on the Sino-India border, however, did not go for polling as three Congress candidates had already been elected unopposed. The three included Chief Minister Dorjee Khandu.

Counting will be held on 22nd October.

In Haryana, the Election Commission has ordered repoll in nine polling stations in the Narnaund constituency where assembly elections were held on 13th October.

The decision for repoll was taken by the Commission on the basis of reports of Returning Officer and Observer of the concerned constituency.

Goa govt forms SIT to probe Margao blast

Goa blast Goa govt has formed a Special Investigating Team (SIT) to probe the Margao blast in which two members of a Hindu right-wing organisation, allegedly involved in the explosion, were killed.

Superintendent of Police Omprakash Kurtarkar will head the SIT, a senior police officer said on Sunday.

Two persons, owing allegiance to Sanatan Sanstha, linked to 2008 Malegaon blast accused Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur, were killed in the blast on Diwali eve.

Meanwhile, the Sanstha denied the allegations against it terming them as “baseless”.

Deputy Inspector General of Police Ravindra Yadav said no formal arrests has been made in the case and all the detained are being interrogated to get possible leads.

Leader of the Opposition Manohar Parrikar, quoting a senior police officer, told reporters on Sunday that explosive defused at Sancoale, 20 kms away from the blast site, was similar to that used in the blast at Thane in Mumbai.

A team of Goa Police on Sunday left for Sangli in neighbouring Maharashtra to get details about Melgunda Patil, who apparently ferried the explosives to Margao town and died in the blast. He hails from Sangli village.

“We are trying to get more leads through his background,” a senior police official said.

Sources within the Sanstha confirmed that Patil, a regular visitor to the Ashram, was staying in the premises for the last eight days.

Yogesh Naik, another person who died in the blast, is a milkman and was supplying milk to the Santhan’s ashram at Ramnathi.

NTPC enters into nuclear power gen

New Delhi: The thermal major, NTPC Ltd, has rolled up its sleeves to enter into the nuclear power generation. It has readied a core group of 30 people for the same. The group has begun their training in nuclear power technology.

NTPC which has already signed an initial Memorandum of Understanding with the Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd to set up nuclear power projects through a joint venture is targeting 2,000 MW by 2017.

A company official said that “We are getting in place the training of a core team. This is being done in partnership with NPCIL, with the aim of gearing up to commence work on a project, as soon as it is assigned to use.”

Government officials said that the Center’s alternative strategy to tide over the paucity of funds and ramp up execution capability for new Light Water Reactor based projects hinges on roping in core-sector public sector undertakings and implementing projects through joint ventures with state owned Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd. The country’s installed nuclear power capacity is 4,120 MW.

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Venkatraman Ramakrishnan will not accept an Indian job

Venkatraman Ramakrishnan has become a busy man after the Nobel Prizes were declared in the first week of October.

Venkatraman Ramakrishnan

He was questioned of getting a job in India, Venkatraman Ramakrishnan said that nobody has approached him to work in India. However, he said that if he got one he would refuse immediately. He is currently happy with the Laboratory of Molecular Biology which he considers an enjoyable place to work.

The 57-year-old Indian-American scientist clarifies that there are people who have never bothered to be in touch with him for decades and suddenly feel the urge to connect. He is tired of people from India bothering” him and clogging up his email box.

This year the Nobel laureate’s in Chemistry are Israeli Ada Yonath, American Thomas Steitz and Indian – American Venkatraman Ramakrishnan for producing atom-by-atom maps of the mysterious, life-giving ribosome that has allowed researchers to develop powerful new antibiotics.

Ramakrishnan used X-ray crystallography which is the same method used by the discoverers of DNA to map the thousands of microscopic atoms that make up a ribosome. Antibiotics based on Ramakrishnan’s model will save lives and decrease suffering. His work has been used to develop new antibiotics which kill germs by blocking their ribosome, while keeping the patient’s ribosome intact.

He refrained from the news stated that he went to school and pre-Science in Chidambaram, the Tamil Nadu temple town where he was born in 1952.

He was also annoyed at the way people he doesn’t know, for example a Mr Govindrajan, claims that they were his teachers at Annamalai University which he has never attended, since he left Chidambaram at the age of three.

The Committee of Physics gave one half of the prize to Charles Kao for developing the fibre-optic communication networks that carry voice, video and high-speed Internet data around the world, and the other half to Willard Boyle and George Smith for inventing the charged-couple device which led to the digital electronic eye of the camera, that revolutionized the way we handle photographs and medical images.

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