Telangana

Manuguru coal mine gearing up to meet target

Faces the daunting task of producing at least 40,000 tonnes a day With just a little over 80 days left in the current financial year, the Manuguru coal mine area of the Singareni Collieries Company Limited (SCCL) is gearing up for the daunting task of producing around 34 lakh tonnes …

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TS to intervene in red gram purchase

Current market price of red gram is ₹ 4,000 per quintal as against the MSP of ₹ 5,050 ADILABAD: The Telangana government is likely to intervene in purchase of red gram this year in the wake of slump in its market price in anticipation of a bumper crop. Chief Minister …

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Girl students undergo haemoglobin test

Girl students undergo haemoglobin testIn a move that focusses on the wellbeing of students, the district administration began conducting medical tests to know the haemoglobin levels of girl students of classes 7 to 10. The programme was inaugurated by District Medical and Health Officer Gayatri Devi and District Education Officer …

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Police step up vigil for Bhadrachalam

Forty additional CCTV cameras installed in temple town ahead of Vaikunta Ekadasi festival The temple town of Bhadrachalam, considered gateway to the vast Dandakaranya forest region that extends from Telangana’s border to the restive south Bastar region of neighbouring Chhattisgarh, has come under enhanced digital surveillance. The police have installed …

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Irkod embraces cashless transaction mode

Villagers here have no worries about shortage of small denomination currency as almost everyone has been accustomed to making cashless transaction. Irkod in Siddipet mandal was adopted by Andhra Bank and as many as 1,873 persons of the total of 1,877 opened their bank account. Here, even auto-rickshaw drivers and …

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Vemulaghat villagers celebrate HC interim order

vindicated with the interim direction issued by the High Court on Thursday stating that the government should not purchase land under GO 123. “From the beginning, we are against this and have been demanding the government to implement the Right to Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and …

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Intense political lobbying for post of marketyard head

Nizamabad Marketyard is the second largest in the State NIZAMABAD: There are at least half-a-dozen persons from the ruling party who are vying for the sought after post of chairperson Nizamabad Market Committee that has been reserved for BC-Mahila. The Nizamabad Marketyard is the second biggest one in the State …

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TS allots 1,000 sq.yard house site to P.V. Sindhu

Ace shuttler P.V. Sindhu has been allotted a house site of 1,000 square yards area in Bharani Layout at Shaikpet in the city by the Government of Telangana as part of its reward to her silver medal-winning performance at Rio Olympics last year. Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao had announced …

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Bhargava blasts ISC for equating science with spirituality

Noted scientist and former Director of Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology (CCMB) P.M. Bhargava lambasted the organisers of the forthcoming Indian Science Congress at Tirupati and the Central Government for taking up sessions of Science and Spirituality and the likes. “I must have attended 40 Indian Science Congress meetings …

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Government taking steps to protect handloom industry’

Government servants asked to sport handloom clothes once a week Collector Prashanth Jeevan Patil urged people to patronise handloom products and promote weavers. Inaugurating the textile exhibition with Police Commissioner G. Sudheer Babu here on Monday, Mr. Patil said the State government was taking steps to protect the handloom industry …

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