Saturday, October 23, 2021
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Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao

Prayers held for KCR’s recovery

On Tuesday, special pujas and services were performed at temples, mosques, churches and other religious places, praying for the good health of Chief Minister.

Telangana’s fiscal deficit within limits: CAG Report

According to the CAG report, the fiscal deficit was 3.11% of GSDP in 2018-19 i.e. within 3.25% prescribed by the 14th Finance Commission and 3.5% target set out in MTFP Statement of the State

Complete PRLIS works by this year: CM KCR

Chief Minister wanted them to work with total commitment and complete all the works of the pending projects in Krishna Basin in a time-bound manner

Telangana achieved blue revolution: Koppula

Caste-based occupations, which were largely neglected in united Andhra Pradesh, have been developed on all fronts by giving top priority after formation of the State, he said, adding that fish consumption was healthy.

Over 42,000 cusecs water being discharged from LMD

Though the project was receiving 26,309 cusecs inflow, officials release double the quantum of water since water from Mid Manair reservoir is likely to be released into LMD by the evening

Christian employees thank KCR for religious strcutures in Secretariat

Telangana State Christian Employees Association office bearers said the announcement to lay foundation stone for all the three places of worship on the same day reflected the Ganga Jamuni Tehzeeb of the State

Sita Rama irrigation project works at brisk pace: Puvvada

Package III of the project, wherein an eight-km long canal was built at a cost of Rs 500 crore, has been completed

CM KCR grieves Pranab Mukherjee’s demise

Chief Minister felt that the demise of Pranab Mukherjee was a great loss and paid tributes to the former President in his personal capacity and also on behalf of the people of Telangana State

Colonel Santosh Babu’s widow submits joining report

Hyderabad: Santoshi, wife of Colonel Santosh Babu who was martyred in the recent clashes on the Indo-China border, has submitted her joining report as...

CM KCR suggests more changes in Secretariat design

CM wanted the authorities to put all facilities in place at the Secretariat complex to make it a suitable workplace for everyone working on the premises

Telangana, a role model on farmers’ welfare: Jagdish Reddy

The State government, he said, also set up Rythu Bandhu Committees to unite the farmers to create an atmosphere wherein the farmers will decide the price for their produce.

Rythu Vedikas should be ready by Dussehra: Nalgonda Collector

Collector said that land was identified in 140 agriculture clusters for construction of Rythu Vedikas

No intention of denying Rythu Bandhu: KTR

Rebutting the opposition’s claim, the Minister says they are spreading wrong propaganda against govt and formulated farming

Telangana struggle longest after freedom fight: Governor

The Governor made this observation when Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao called on her at Raj Bhavan to convey birthday greetings to her.

TSRTC to run all services from Thursday except for Hyderabad

The restrictions on city and inter-State services will, however, continue, and there will be no TSRTC buses plying on the city routes

Ponnam Prabhakar finds fault with TS government

Prabhakar said that though Telangana Congress opposed the Andhra leaders' attempts to take water from Pothireddypadu in united AP, TRS then blamed Telangana Congress leaders and termed them as water thieves.

Telangana making rapid strides in paddy production: Indrakaran Reddy

MInister was speaking after inaugurating a paddy procurement centre at Parimandal village in Nirmal mandal

KCR opposes operation of passenger trains

CM KCR also strongly pitched for rescheduling of loans obtained by the State governments, increasing FRBM limits and also facilitate transportation of migrant workers to return to their home States.

KCR urges people to follow lockdown rules strictly

There will be no relaxations except for emergency cases or services and police will implement the measures in a strict manner, says CM

Workers from north Telangana stranded in Dubai, Sharjah

They have lost employment following the prolonged lockdown being imposed to check the spread of Covid-19. Adding fuel to the fire, their previous employers, where they worked for six months, had denied to pay salaries.

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