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School TodayState Scan: Gist of a few news events with photographs

State Scan: Gist of a few news events with photographs

Published: 7th Nov 2021 10:42 pm

Telangana

P Vaishnavi,
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The TS  Road Transport Corporation (TSRTC) on Wednesday announced that it resumed bus service to a village in Rangareddy district after an Class VIII student of a government school wrote a letter to Chief Justice India Justice NV Ramana. P Vaishnavi, a resident of Chidedu village in Manchal mandal of Rangaredy district, wrote to the Chief Justice that she and her siblings were facing difficulties in commuting to their school and college as the bus service to their village was stopped during the first wave of Covid-19 and was not resumed yet.  The CJI brought the plight of the girl and her siblings to the notice of the state-owned TSRTC.

Andhra Pradesh

Andhra Pradesh celebrated its Formation day on Monday, with Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy hoisting the National Flag at his official residence at Tadepalli here.  The Chief Minister received the guard of honour from police personnel and unfurled the Tricolour.  He also paid floral tributes to the statues of Telugu Talli and Potti Sriramulu. The lineage of sacrifices from Sri Potti Sriramulu garu to other freedom fighters resulted in State Formation and continue to inspire us. We have to take forward the State towards welfare and development with a firm resolve, dedication and sincerity, the Chief Minister said.  Prime Minister Narendra Modi also greeted people of Andhra Pradesh.

Uttar Pradesh

Uttar Pradesh government on Wednesday lit 12 lakh diyas on the occasion of ‘Deepotsav 2021’ and entered the Guinness Book of World Records once again. On the occasion of Deepotsav, out of 12 lakh diyas, 9,51,000 earthen lamps were lit on the bank of the Saryu river in Ayodhya while 50,000 diyas were lit at the site of the Ram temple and the rest were lit in other temples across the state. The Uttar Pradesh government left no stone unturned in making Diwali a grand event and many spectacular events like Ramlila staging, laser show, 3D holographic show and fireworks are being held since Monday

Jammu & Kashmir

Keeping their tryst with Kashmir, more than four lakh migratory birds of different species have already arrived in the wetlands to spend winter months. Every year, migratory birds come to Kashmir through the central Asian flyway zone including Siberia, North China and north Europe to ward off the extreme cold of their summer homes. These birds live from late October to the end of April in the comparatively lesser cold environs of the Valley as their summer homes remain frozen during the winter months.

At present, we have around a lakh migratory birds in Hokersar bird reserve, another lakh in Hygam and 50,000 in Shallabugh bird reserve. In addition, there are 20,000 birds in Chatlum, 30,000 in the Wular Lake, and over a lakh in the Dal Lake in Srinagar, Rashid Naqash, regional wildlife warden said.

Tamil Nadu

Schools in Tamil Nadu welcomed back students on Monday, after a gap of 20 months following the pandemic, with chocolates and cartoon characters.

The classes were decorated with balloons and senior students in several schools dressed up as cartoon characters to welcome back the juniors. In some schools, children were also greeted with roses and pencil pouches.

Despite heavy rain in Chennai and adjoining districts, the parents took their children to school.

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