An unimaginable tragedy happened to Bhide on what he calls "one fine day": he suffered an extremely rare catastrophic hemorrhagic stroke in his cerebellum.
Mayor accompanied his wife and TRS Cherlapally division candidate Bonthu Sridevi in a door-to-door campaign in areas such as Kushaiguda, Teachers Colony and Maruthi Nagar
The report, 'From Insights to Action: Gender Equality in the wake of COVID-19', said that the gender poverty gap will worsen further still in South Asia.
The former chief minister said that he was disheartened by the government acquiring the land belonging to the poor, and downtrodden sections of the society in the name of housing sites for the poor
A person from the city had sought the opinion of the Islamic seminary in view of the prevailing Covid-19 pandemic in the city. As a religious practice, the Muslims sacrifice cattle including sheep, goat, bull and camel during Bakrid.
Ten kilograms rice would be provided to each person for the period of five months from July to November, Minister informed
Cyberabad Police Commissioner V C Sajjanar appreciated the gesture of Ekalavya Foundatio
"COVID-19 exposes the vulnerability and weaknesses of our already fragile food systems which is already stressed by increasing climate extremes.”
Qutbullapur MLA K P Vivekananda participated in the programme organised to distribute commodities to over 100 poor and needy persons
A bouquet of essential commodities comprising nine essentials such as rice, sugar, salt, pulses, oil and others to poor were supplied by Aadhya Goli Foundation to needy in the month of April
"The Delhi BJP demands him to withdraw the hike because things like foodgrains, vegetables and other items of daily consumption will become costlier due to it."
The Chief Secretary, along with Municipal Administration and Urban Development Principal Secretary Arvind Kumar and Greater Hyderabad Municipal Commissioner DS Lokesh Kumar
Ministers Gangula Kamalakar and Koppula Eashwar garlanded the statue of Ambedkar at court chowk
Bala Vikasa provided items like rice, oil, flour, sugar, etc., worth Rs 2,50,000 to help transgenders survive the lockdown period
Meanwhile, Progressive Recognised Teachers Union (PRTU) has handed over essential commodities to 225 people including migrant labourers in Warangal Rural and Urban districts on Friday.
In the wake of the complete lockdown, Freemasons of Telangana has been providing relief material, including groceries - rice, toor dal, edible oil, tamarind, chilli powder and salt, to the poor and needy apart from cooked food at Market Street, Secunderabad, Medipally, Uppal and Bowduppal.