Thursday, October 28, 2021
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5,600 farmers’ families get Rythu Bhima

As many as 5,600 farmers who died in the recent months in the State received Rs 5 lakh each under the Rythu Bandhu scheme.

Tribal leaders eye unanimous Gram Panchayat polls

After the formation of Telangana State, the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) government had increased the cash reward for unanimous elected gram panchayats.

Youth in Telangana keen on running for GP elections

Hyderabad: The new Panchayat Raj Act brought in by the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) government to usher in 'grama swarajam' and the increase in...

Tribal people realise dream of self-rule

15% of gram panchayats will be exclusively in the hands of tribals after govt upgraded hamlets

‘TS role model for others in power sector’

Hyderabad: Telangana government has become a role model for other States and it is doing wonders in the Energy sector, said Shailendra Dubey, chairman All...

Rythu Bandhu to go pan-India?

The scheme, which provides financial support of Rs 4,000 per acre per crop season is being debated intensely in different forums in the country.

Telangana govt schemes set scorching pace

Rythu Bandhu, Rythu Bhima, Kanti Velugu register record number of beneficiaries in a short span.

TRS improves its tally in South Telangana

The TRS this time focused on South Telangana to increase its strength significantly and succeeded in its endeavour.

All TRS women contests won the fray

The four legislators are Gongidi Sunitha from Aleru Assembly constituency, Padma Devender Reddy from Medak Assembly segment

KCR hot favourite for punters

With the polling concluded on Friday, bookies are busy conducting betting. While TRS continues to be a favourite for the punters in Andhra Pradesh, their Telangana counterparts are putting their bets on both TRS and the Prajakutami on an equal measure.

2 path-breaking schemes, lakhs of beneficiaries

The families of 4,100 deceased farmers in the State had the money in their accounts within a fortnight of the death of the ryot.

Booths in 38 segments need more than one EVM

Constituencies which need three EVMs are Uppal, LB Nagar, Amberpet, Khairtabad and Malkajgiri. The highest number of 42 candidates are contesting from Malkajgiri.

TS’ seed success story goes global

This was announced by Bukar Tijani, assistant director general, agriculture department of FAO

Watch: KCR’s pet schemes in UN hall of fame

Rythu Bandhu, Rythu Bhima recognised as success stories by Food and Agriculture Organisation

Rythu Bhima ideal saviour of distressed farmers’ kin

Likewise, several family members of deceased farmers were thanking the State government for speedy disposal of claims under the unique Rythu Bhima insurance scheme.

TRS schemes will fetch victory in polls: Teegala

Benefits of the welfare schemes launched by the TRS government have reached each and every beneficiary and they are the true ambassadors for the party in the campaign

Farmers keen on taking up organic farming

Awareness camps are being organised to encourage farmers

Braille EPIC cards draws praise

In a first of its kind experiment in the country, the Department of Disabled Welfare with the help of Chief Electoral Officer Dr Rajat Kumar designed the Braille-enabled EPIC cards for visually-impaired voters.

CEO to give demo on Braille voter IDs

The State officials will give a demo on Braille voter IDs to Election Commission of India team headed by Chief Election Commissioner OP Rawat at Taj Krishna.

2014 polls: Transgender turnout below 5 pc in Telangana

Of the 2,003 voters registered, only 102 exercised their franchise in 2014 polls

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