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GHMC turns to IoT to trap mosquitoes

These devices release carbon dioxide and simulate human conditions to attract mosquitoes. As the mosquitoes get near the device, they get trapped in the net attached beneath the device

Mayor inspects link roads in Hyderabad

The Mayor on Saturday inspected the link road from Malkam Cheruvu to Chitrapuri Colony covering a length of nearly 500 metres to be developed at a cost of nearly Rs 4 crore

Drones to help fight mosquito menace in Hyderabad

As a pilot, the civic body deployed drones to spray bio enzymes to contain growth of water hyacinth and curb mosquito menace at Miyapur lake and Malkam Cheruvu in Raidurgam, Serilingampally zone

Heavy rains hit Hyderabad again; Cops issue traffic advisory

The heavy downpour led to waterlogging and inundation of several roads quite fast, with some stretches in the IT corridor reporting waist high water and cars getting stuck in the water.

GHMC’s drone spraying to curb mosquito menace yields results

The civic body used custom-made 10-litre capacity drones for spraying the herbal herbicide, including neem, citrodora and cow dung.

Bench unhappy over lake upkeep

The bench was dealing with a writ petition filed by Anjana Sinha questioning the action of the Telangana government in allowing concretising of Malkam Cheruvu at Raidurgam by creating landfill and constructing huge structures along with stonewalls within the full tank level.

Rajendranagar will march ahead of Serilingampally: KTR

The State government would allocate 350 acres of land in Budwel and Kismatpur for IT and corporate companies, says KTR

Durgam Cheruvu back to life after massive clean-up

Beautification initiative sees intensive clean-up of water hyacinth

Major tanks, lakes in Hyderabad to get a facelift

The initiative is an effort towards protection and restoration of tanks and lakes existing in Hyderabad city.

Hyderabad Rains: Its a flood of contrasting images

While there is steady flow of visitors at brimming lakes, life at Ramanthapur has been thrown out of gear.

Malkam Cheruvu and Nallagandla Cheruvu in for a transformation

The GHMC intends to develop the water bodies into recreation facilities by establishing fencing, providing benches, walking tracks and other facilities.

Activists oppose walking track at Malkam Cheruvu

The activists of Save our Urban Lakes (SOUL) have raised their reservations over the sudden appearance of the landfill, which is being taken up by GHMC to construct a walking track. The members of SOUL on Wednesday said that the landfill inside the demarcated area of the lake is illegal.

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