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Complete lockdown in Bengaluru from July 14

As Covid-19 cases are increasing in the State day by day, complete lockdown will be imposed in Bengaluru urban and Bengaluru rural for one week from July 14, says CM B S Yediyurappa

21-day lockdown crucial to fight against COVID-19: Think-Tank

It is also imperative for South-Asia to evolve a coordinated response to COVID-19 stemming from the ground realities prevailing in the region.

Monthly balance maintenance waived off on 44.51 crore SBI accounts

The bank has also waived off SMS charges and has has also rationalised interest rate on savings bank accounts to a flat 3 percent per annum for all buckets.

Ensure planned development under SUDA: Siddipet Collector

During a review meeting with SUDA officials in Siddipet on Thursday, the Collector has underlined the importance of allowing a planned development under SUDA purview.

National Voters Day observed in grand manner in Khammam

Addressing the gathering, Collector Karnan noted that the National Voters Day was being celebrated for the past 70 years marking the formation of Election Commission of India on Jan 25, 1950

Pramati Technologies adopts school near Kurnool

Pramati has signed an MoU with OSAAT India, a registered non-profit organisation that is helping schools rebuild their infrastructure and providing basic facilities such as classrooms, and fully functional toilets.

Martial arts training held for girls in Wanaparthy

In order to provide the girls the physical skills required not only to protect themselves while being attacked by someone suddenly, but also to anticipate attacker’s moves and to be prepared for self-defense

Asha, Anganwadi workers can stock and dispense medicines

Draft notification issued after widespread consultation with Drugs Technical Advisory Board

Man found dead in Muzaffarnagar

Irshad was allegedly strangulated to death by his friend Deepak for having an affair with his sister, Superintendent of Police Nepal Singh said.

Stage set for National Rural Innovators Startup Conclave in Hyderabad

Union Rural Development minister Narendra Singh Tomar will be the chief guest for the inaugural of the two-day event.

KCR aims to empower rural, urban civic bodies: Indrakaran

Following the reorganization of the district into four entities, the parent district saw the meeting of the council for the first time, which was chaired by Rathod Janardhan, chairperson of ZP.

IIT KGP to steer EU-funded project for treatment, reuse of wastewater

IIT Kharagpur is the lead Indian partner of the multi-institutional, multi-crore Saraswati 2.0 project for treatment and reuse of water, a statement issued by the institute on Wednesday said.

Youth employment and Guarantee Programme

Telangana gave priority to jobs in its emphasis on ‘Neellu, Nidhulu, Niyaamakaalu (water, funds and jobs)

KCR focused on rural development

Says PR conclaves for sarpanches, MPTCs, ZPTCs, MPPs, ZP chairpersons in 4 locations across TS to be held shortly

Fishing gains momentum in rural water bodies in Karimnagar

While a majority of the people use nets and sarees, some of them are using hooks to catch fish

Modi govt pursuing bold strategies for universal Internet access by 2022: Ajit Pai

To connect these communities, FCC's Universal Service Fund provides federal subsidies to private carriers to leverage additional investment.

T Innovation Utsavam celebrates bright minds

The exhibition – which was held to celebrate the stories of inspiring rural and student innovators – had products on display of all kinds ranging from a small nose filter to big drones it had everything for everyone

TITA conducts Digithon Digital Yatra for rural students in Wanaparthy

Speaking on the occasion, TITA President Sundeep Kumar Makthala said it was a rare opportunity to spend time with the rural students by staying with them at their hostels

Naidu releases white paper on rural, urban infrastructure

Amaravati: The TDP government in Andhra Pradesh spent Rs 1,27,705 crore on rural and urban infrastructure — Rs 55, 000 crore in rural and...

Heroism is in the blood

You don’t have to be a doctor to save lives; you can do it by being a blood donor

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