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Telangana Ku Haritha Haram

Green cover increased by 3.67 per cent in Telangana

State govt has been implementing ‘Telangana Ku Haritha Haram’ every year with the objective of reviving forests and increase green cover to 33 per cent in the State

Vanajeevi Ramaiah inaugurates medicinal plants exhibition in Kothagudem

Ramaiah stated that spiritual thinking and 'green thinking' were the two important things people have to cultivate for creating a better society.

Telangana tops the chart in afforestation drive

With 3817.61 lakh saplings planted during 2019-20, Telangana has been officially acknowleded by the Centre as the leader State in afforestation and as a torch-bearer in the initiative

Harish, Allola inaugurate ‘Kalpaka Vanam’ urban park in Siddipet

Harish Rao said that State government had developed the park at a cost of Rs 7.43 crore in 117 hectares of forest land at Sangapur

Ameerpet Central Nursery helps keep Hyderabad green

The nursery, which has as many as 80 species and is maintained by Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority (HMDA), is located inside Government Mental Health Centre in Erragadda.

TS green cover up by 3.67pc : Harish Rao

Harish inaugurates Tejovanam, an urban park developed in 205 hectares of forest land at Nagulabanda on the outskirts of Siddipet.

Four returning from marriage die in mishap on Hyderabad – Warangal highway

The road accident took place when their car rammed into a parked water tanker, while trying to overtake another car.

Join hands with govt to conserve nature, Indrakaran Reddy tells students

Minister was speaking at the first graduation ceremony of 49 first batch of students of FCRI in Mulug of Siddipet

Police dept will play its part in conserving forests: DGP Mahendar Reddy

Police chief appreciates forest rejuvenation programme taken up by the Forest dept; assures cooperation

Kothagudem excels in Haritha Haram

Takes 2nd spot by planting 140.65 lakh saplings surpassing the target of 118.14 lakh with 93.75% geo-tagging

46 monkey food courts coming up in Nalgonda

35,000 wild fruit plants being raised at select locations in Nalgonda dist

Urban lung spaces flourish across Telangana

As a part of ‘Telangana Ku Haritha Haram’, the state government has taken an initiative to develop reserve forest blocks into urban parks.

46 monkey food courts to come up with 35,000 wild fruit plants in Nalgonda

It is hoped that these food courts will lure the troops of monkeys, so that people in residential areas are spared of the simian problem, that appeared to defy a solution so far.

Haritha Haram in Huzurabad DSP office

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Khammam IT hub will be ready by Dasara: Puvvada

He said the IT hub was being built with Rs 25 crore and the works neared completion. The facility would be ready for inauguration by Dasara and IT Minister KT Rama Rao would be inaugurating it.

Ensure survival of Haritha Haram plants, GPs told

Suryapet: District Collector T Vinay Kumar Reddy on Monday made it clear that gram panchayats had the responsibility of protecting and ensuring survival of...

Siddipet citizens fined for carrying meat in plastic bags

Sanitary Inspector Sajid Ali said that they will conduct regular checks on Sundays for strict implementation of the ban on plastic.

Telangana Ku Haritha Haram: 65 per cent target met

Plantations under Phase-6 of Haritha Haram pick up pace; progress sluggish in GHMC limits

Achieve Haritha Haram targets: Minister to collectors

Hyderabad: Minister for Forests and Environment A Indrakaran Reddy has called upon district collectors to complete the target set for plantation of saplings under...

Avenue plantation with 8.5 lakh saplings in Nalgonda

District Collector said that under avenue plantation, planting of saplings along with all roads was taken up in a big way in the district

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