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Survey Shows Telangana Govt’s Innovation, Guts & Energy

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- Vishweshwer Mangalapalli Much has been said and alleged about the intentions of the Comprehensive People Survey of Telangana. Thanks to the steadfastness of the Govt, we are moving ahead with it. If done with a reasonable amount of sincerity, the survey would lead to collection of data which would be a treasure trove. However, what will really determine the efficacy of this survey is what the Govt does with the data it collects post the survey. Given this context, I spoke with the Chief Data Scientists in a couple of analytics companies that I know of and both were unanimous that the data can be mined to give comprehensive insights which could form inputs into multiple areas In the recent ...

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Download Telangana Survey Forms

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Updated (13 Aug, 2014) Download the Survey forms, Manuals and Codes the State Government has finalized for use on August 19th, 2014 across the State. Here are the links to download the PDF forms. Forms are separate for GHMC and Non-GHMC areas. Below are separate forms. GHMC Forms are available in both English and Telugu for download. These same forms would be used on survey day. The four page form is designed in English and Telugu separately for Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation limits and rural areas. The manual for enumerators and codes for different types of information in English and Telugu separately for GHMC and rural areas were also uploaded. The form for GHMC is distinct from that of the rural ...

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KCR Pays A Surprise Visit & Fulfills Wish Of An Ailing 11 Year Old

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Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao has made a big fan of him feel very special, with his kind gesture on Thursday. He fulfilled the wish of a 11 year old boy, who is struggling with a rare heart disease in the Apollo Hospital, by visiting him at Apollo Hospitals, where he is undergoing treatment. Eleven-years old Konda Sharat of Narmetta mandal of Warangal district has been suffering from heart disease since his birth. He was operated upon in 2005 but never quire recovered as the problems resurfaced. His parents admitted him into Apollo Hospital for treatment. On learning about the boy’s struggle for life, representatives of Make-A-Wish foundation called on the boy in the hospital and asked about his desires. The boy told ...

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Kavitha Stuns LS For Cause Of Kashmiri Pandits; Get’s Advani’s Support


Kavitha Kalvakuntla’s short speech in Lok Sabha on Monday shocked even the BJP, which has been the strongest votary for the return of of Kashimiri pandits to the valley. The 1st time TRS MP questioned the Centre’s rehabilitation plan and said, “Right now, it seems that the government is trying to push them (Pandits) back to their homeland just to show some results. I sincerely urge upon the government that until and unless you cannot guarantee their safety, do not put them in danger.” Earlier, Kavitha, while moving a calling attention motion on the issue, narrated how Kashmiri Pandits from the valley had been forced to become refugees in their own country due to repeated and brutal massacres in the ...

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Telangana May Lose Vikarabad, Tandur & Zaheerabad To New Gulbarga Rly Division!


While Telangana has been demanding the railway division at Kazipet for years now, the Centre which gave nothing in the railway budget despite Telangana now being a separate state, is now moving to take Telangana areas in Secunderabad division from south central railway and attach them to the Gulbarga division it is planning to set up! The Gulbarga division is likeley to come up under South Western Railways. The areas SCR is bound to lose are important stations like Vikarabad, Tandur and Zaheerabad will be transferred to Gulbarga. Despite protests from Telangana MPs, the Centre is working on this plan also to merge the Telangana areas into Gulbarga division of South Western Railway. According to the proposed plan Raichur to Wadi section will ...

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