Big Plans IWC aims to revive Krishna river
Some 300 delegates, including representatives from different States and NGOs of the four basin States — Maharashtra, Karnataka, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh — will participate.
The paper-I was conducted from 9 am to 12 pm and students who appeared for it felt mathematics was comparatively easy when compared to physics and chemistry.
According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), some parts of Adilabad district experienced heatwave conditions, while only isolated instances of some rain were recorded.
Nizamabad: Task force police conducted raids on an IPL betting gang at Hanuman Nagar here and arrested one person for conducting betting. They seized Rs 1,79,020 in cash, five cell phones, and a diary from his house. According to the fifth town SI T Sreehari, Nizamabad Taskforce police and fifth town police jointly conducted the raids on the IPL
Suryapet: A woman and her son were electrocuted at Nereducharla in the district on Sunday late evening. The deceased were identified as Chinthala Cheruvu Laxmi (50) and her son Gopi (20), who had taken a NREGP nursery for lease at Nereducharla. The fence setup around the nursery had electricity passing through it and Gopi came into contact wi
Nizamabad: Legal Metrology, Weights and Measures Department officials on Sunday conducted raids on fish, chicken and mutton shops here and Ditchpally, and, registered 10 cases for violating the rules. They also imposed Rs 11,500 as penalties on the offenders. Nizamabad District Legal Metrology and Weights and Measures Inspector P Kishan led the
Nalgonda: BC Welfare Association district coordinator Duduku Lakshminarayana on Sunday urged the State government to extend Rs 2,000 pension to people of Backward Classes above 50 years, who were eking out livelihood from caste based professions. Speaking at a meeting of the Association here, he said the investment support scheme for farmers and
Hyderabad: Recruitment process for selection of candidates for Urdu Officers Grade-I and II would be completed within two months, said AK Khan, Advisor to Government, Minorities Welfare. The recruitment test to the posts was conducted successfully here on Sunday. About 3,496 candidates appeared at five centres, while a total of 4,518 candidates
Nirmal: The ancient Sri Gnana Saraswathi Devasthanam in Basar witnessed heavy rush of devotees on Sunday. Nearly 20,000 devotees thronged the temple taking advantage of the weekly holiday. Temple officials said Sunday's pilgrim rush could be due to the fact that summer vacations in schools and colleges are coming to an end. Devotees from not
Hyderabad: Dharani, unique portal of land records intended to ensure a more transparent and robust land registration system, was launched on pilot basis in 30 revenue mandals in the State on Saturday. Energy Minister G Jagadish Reddy, who launched Dharani website at Chivvemla mandal of Suryapet district, termed it as a revolutionary step in term