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City-based postal service official builds stamp collection from 15-20 countries based on Ramayana, Mahabharata
Footpath spaces are scarce while in most places where they are available, they are either in a bad condition or remain occupied
Proposal for an ultra-modern dairy has been sent to the State government to improve the capacity
To set up 23 payments banks in erstwhile districts; recruitment process has begun
The distance between Chaitanyapuri bus stop to Moosarambagh junction is just 2.5 km, points out B Shravya, a student.
As far as air-conditioners and coolers are concerned, customers in the capital are spoilt for choice, as there are myriad varieties to suit every pocket.
A layer of dust encompasses the road users, forcing them to shun it. According to residents, the roads have been in an abysmal state for several months.
Local residents lament that there was no proper maintenance of the road for a long time.
Efforts were already initiated in a small way for the digitisation process and a proposal was already submitted to the government for the purpose.
Cinema theatres will remain closed for the next two days
A variety of colours have flooded the city markets and keeping in tune with growing demand for organic colours, they are stocked in good quantities by shopkeepers in Begum Bazar.
Traders attribute soaring prices of red chillies to a pest attack in Gadwal and Mahabubnagar districts
The exhibition starts with a rendition of the 'Satyanarayana Katha' and then an energetic voice booms across the sprawling grounds – "This is the voice of the exhibition".
Curtains will come down to the 78th annual exhibition on February 15
Made by adding a special mixture to the betel leaf that consists of mint chutney and fruit flavours, the paan contains a few dry cloves which are set on fire, and then the paanwala literally thrusts the burning paan into the customer’s mouth.
To help women entrepreneurs associated with SHGs, GHMC has set 37 stalls for them.
The batch, comprising 452 Civil constables and 283 Armed Reserve constables, was the biggest one of women constables to pass out from the academy since the State formation.
Apart from Telugu language, people can learn dance, music, arts and other fine arts at the Akademi.
The cost for one hand cast is Rs 650 and those intending to have casts for both hands done have to pay Rs 850.
It has become almost a tradition for the visitors to hop on to the mini train, take a ride for a different view of Numaish.