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Celebrating Heritage & Achievements Reinvents I-Day Celebrations In Telangana

Telangana’s maiden Independence day celebrations are getting better by the day. While the venue of Golconda has elevated the August 15th celebrations to a different level altogether, the Govt. has only added to the festive feel by announcing that all medalists at the Common Wealth Games would be awarded with handsome cash rewards on the eve of Independence day. CM KCR announced Rs 50 lakhs to Badminton coachs Gopichand and Arifuddin. He also announced an award of Rs 50 lakh for Gold medallists, Rs 25 lakh for Silver and Rs 15 lakh for Bronze medal winners. Each participant will receive Rs 3 lakh.  Also, the cash rewards announced by the Telangana government to the Mt Everest conquers Poorna and Anand too would be handed over ...

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TATAs Offer Full Co-operation To Telangana In It’s Socio-Economic Development

Appealing to the Tata Group of companies to become a partner in rebuilding Telangana State, Chief Minister KCR today said his Govt is coming up with an ambitious industrial policy, KG to PG free education, making Hyderabad a slum-free city and focusing big on IT while promoting a very transparent Industrial policy. KCR discussed these details with Tata Group Chairman Cyrus Mistry, who called on him at the CM’s camp office in HyderabadRao informed Mistry that a survey of lands is currently going on in the state and the state would come out with the best industrial policy in the country.  He said Hyderabad has around 1,700 notified slums and the government has to provide housing, roads and other basic amenities in ...

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AP Criticizes Renaming & Claims Ownership Of NG Ranga University!

A delegation of Andhra Pradesh ministers called on Governor E S L Narasimhan on the issue of changing the name of N G Ranga Agricultural University and Sri Venkateswara Veterinary University (SVVU) and lodged a protest against the decision of the Telangana government to bifurcate and rename the universities. It may be mentioned here that Telangana government has recently announced changing the name of the N G Ranga Agricultural University and named the university after late Prof. Jayashankar and similarly named the other university after former PM PV Narasimha Rao. AP deputy chief minister K E Krishnamurthy, ministers Yanamala Ramakrishnudu, Pattipati Pullarao, Narayana, Kamineni  Srinivas and media advisor Parakala Prabhakar met the Governor and raised objection for changing the name of the decades’ old universities. Andhra Pradesh deputy chief minister ...

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Telangana Reclaims Golconda; Millennial Fort Regains Glory


With the first-elected government of newly-formed Telangana State having decided on celebration of its first Independence Day from the historic Golconda Fort, Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao on August 15 will hoist the national flag from the Taramati mosque near Rani Mahal inside the fort with Bala-Hissar, the highest point of the fort, providing the backdrop. The State Government has forwarded it’s plans to ASI, which protects the heritage fort, for permission. “The celebration of Independence day and other state festivals has to take place at Golconda Fort. The main objective behind the celebrations of Independence day at Golconda Fort is revival of Telangana history and culture. Like Red Fort in Delhi, Independence day will be celebrated at Golconda Fort,” ...

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Telangana To Adapt Gujarat’s Water Grid Model To Solve It’s Fluorosis Crisis

Gujarat Water Grid Statewide Reach

The Telangana government announced a Telangana Water Grid project, on the lines of Gujarat Water Grid, at an estimated cost of Rs.25,000 crore to permanently solve the drinking water problem and the rampant fluorosis problems in the state.The grid, which will use 160 TMC ft (thousand million cubic feet) water, will be completed in four years, said Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao in Karimnagar Tuesday night. CM KCR said the grid would use 80 TMC ft each from Godavari and Krishna rivers. All ongoing drinking water projects will be integrated into the proposed project. The grid would be modeled on the lines of similar project undertaken in Gujarat, which is dubbed a larger than Indian Railways with it’s spread of 1,20,769 km. The state ...

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