Sunday, November 28, 2021

COVID-19 pandemic

A movement to upskill young people during pandemic

The 'Young Warrior' movement was launched in May 2021, and achieved significant scale, with 6.6+ million actions taken, said organisers in a statement.

Government schools see ‘reverse migration’ in Telangana

This academic year, 1,14,415 students from private schools joined government, local body, model, urban residential schools and KGBVs across the State in Classes 1 to 12

30 years of reforms and 3 failures

Income inequality, poverty and unemployment have deepened and the pandemic has accentuated them further

Telangana yet to finalise date for reopening schools

State govt is keenly watching the Covid-19 situation, both in Telangana and in other States, apart from discussing the commencement of offline classes

Covid-19 hampering Zimbabwe’s elephants conservation efforts

Incidents involving elephants killing people or destroying their crops have accounted for the bulk of cases of human-wildlife conflict reported in Zimbabwe

Election Commission seeks views of political parties

Hyderabad: The Election Commission of India (ECI) has sought views and suggestions from the presidents and general secretaries of recognised national and regional parties...

Amid pandemic, handlooms ride e-commerce wave

he overall growth online sales of handloom shot up by 300% with demand from overseas accounting for over 50%

India leads Dubai Airport’s passenger traffic recovery after pandemic

India continued to be the Dubai airport's top destination country by traffic volume in the first half, followed by Pakistan and Russia.

Covid-19 defers domestic badminton season again

The first senior tournament (both men and women) was scheduled to be held from August 27 to September 3, while the second event was supposed to be staged from September 4 to 11

Extraordinary Tokyo Games comes to a close

The spectacle saw the light of the day after staving off numerous challenges on the way

The real game changers of OTT

The digital space has shone the spotlight on talented actors and their craft

Hyderabad Sailing Week to begin from August 13

Arjuna awardee and Asian Games Winner, Honorary Lieutenant Rajesh Choudhary, VSM (Retd), will conduct a national coaching camp

DG CSIR lauds efforts of Hyderabad institutes in tackling Covid

No one group or individual can take credit for CSIR’s contributions in fighting Covid-19 and the entire credit goes to CSIR as an organisation, said Dr Shekhar C Mande, DG CSIR

Former Ranji skipper Narasimha Rao praises Irish health minister

I salute you and the people of Northern Ireland for the generosity you have shown during these dark times, said the Ranji skipper MV Narasimha Rao.

Telangana IT Principal Secretary tells techies to return to office

Pointing out that offices not only support the livelihood of IT professionals, but many others as well, Jayesh Ranjan shared that he was disappointed that many techies were not willing to come back to offices

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