On Friday, the Chief Minister said the Haritha Nidhi was aimed at bringing a sense of participation among citizens of the State.
Hyderabad: The State government in collaboration with several institutions is launching a concerted effort to scale up and adopt drone technology to address last...
Hyderabad: The School Education department on Tuesday instructed private schools not to remove any child, who lost their parent or parents to Covid-19 from...
Hyderabad: With torrential rains lashing across the State, Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao has asked the State administration to be in a state of...
Hanamkonda: The State government is striving to improve amenities in government schools to benefit children of disadvantaged sections. As part of this exercise, the...
The Centre was also requested to increase the CMR (custom milled rice) delivery date by 30 days for the Yasangi season
Hyderabad: Top officials of various departments, tasked with working out the number of vacancies in their respective jurisdictions, finalised the figures after taking into...
Govt in the final process of finalising posts in different departments
After launching the scheme in Huzurabad recently, Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao directed the officials to release a total of Rs 2,000 crore for the implementation of the pilot project.
In the last five days since the launch of second installment of crop loan waiver, about Rs 172.86 crore have been deposited into the bank accounts of about 63,074 farmers
The Saagu Baagu project is first of its kind public private initiative for agritech in India, to unlock Ease of Doing Innovation in agriculture and horticulture.
Following the Cabinet decision recently to implement the scheme, the State government has allocated Rs 1,200 crore to benefit all the eligible SC families in Huzurabad constituency.
In case the private healthcare institutions fail to install the life-saving oxygen generating plants, their eligibility to treat Covid patients would be cancelled immediately, Director of Public Health (DPH) Dr G Srinivasa Rao warned.
Vacancies to be filled through direct recruitment; nod for new zonal policy has cleared hurdles, says KCR
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