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The Hindu Work in full swing at the Habsiguda Station of the Hyderabad Metro Rail project in Hyderabad...The Telangana Government is committed to the Hyderabad Metro Rail project, will provide all the necessary support and is keen to complete it on
Telangana chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao has intended to take up a massive survey on the socio-economic conditions of four crore people in the state so that all developmental and welfare initiatives of the government will reach intended
Copious inflows into Almatti reservoir in Karnataka has resulted in an outflow of over one lakh cusecs in to reservoirs in the state, especially to Narayanpur, Jurala and Srisailam, raising the hopes of farmers in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.<
Backward Classes Welfare Association president R Krishnaiah has decried the Telangana government’s decision to scrap the fee reimbursement scheme and replace it with Financial Assistance for Students of Telangana (FAST).
Telangana Information Technology Minister K Taraka Rama Rao said that communication had bridged the gap between rich and poor, as everyone had access to mobile phones and better connectivity. Speaking at an awareness campaign by Cellular
Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao directed Irrigation Department officials to extend Gutpa Lift Irrigation and Pocharam project to serve irrigation needs of more areas. In a review meeting with Irrigation Minster T
Rahul The under construction lower Jurala hydro electric power house at Atmakur in Mahbubnagar was inundated with water from Upper hydel station, 25 kms upstream, after power generation late on Wednesday night. Two persons in the lower station were
Chandrashekhar The long-term Power Purchase Agreement for 12 years will be signed in a month at a rate to be fixed by Telangana State Electricity Regulatory Commission The power supply position in Telangana State is set to ease by the year-end with
Speaking to reporters in the CLP office on Thursday, Mr. Jana Reddy pointed out that if parents of the students were born in Tamil Nadu irrespective of year, their children would automatically get the benefits accruing to them from the government.
Reacting to Mr. Naidu's proposal that AP Government was willing to share the financial burden in the 58:42 ratio for professional college students, Mr. Rama Rao said: Why should he interfere in our affairs. Why only 58 per cent fee for his students,