Minister S Niranjan Reddy directed officials to take immediate steps to supply irrigation water to tail-end areas in Koderu and Panagal mandals
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This unusual incident took place in HP petrol bunk, Bommakal, on the outskirts of Karimnagar town on Monday. Customers were shocked after seeing water coming out of the fuel pipe.
Singur Project, presently holding 20.5 tmcft of water against its gross capacity of 29.91 tmcft, has been witnessing large number of tourists from Hyderabad and various places
The Minister assured that there would be no shortage of water for farmers in NSP ayacut and hence no need for them to worry about water supply
KCR expresses anger over delay in allocation of State’s share in Krishna River waters even 17 years of Brijesh Kumar Tribunal
Paisa Narayana, a resident of Bara Imam Colony in Siddipet town, fell into the abandoned well and survived the fall.
CM KCR sanctioned check dams at a cost of Rs 120 crore in erstwhile Nalgonda district to utilise water that was hitherto going waste, for agricultural purpose and improve groundwater levels, said Jagadish Reddy
This action of the footballer also saw the market value of the beverage brand reportedly drop by a mammoth $4 billion.
Sonam also shared the importance of including fibre in our diet for glowing skin
Villagers tried to scare it away by wielding sticks, but the bear lunged at them leading to a chaotic situation in the village
The Minister, who arrived here around 9.10 am, was welcomed by Ministers Errabelli Dayakar Rao, Satyavathi Rathod, Government Chief Whip Dasyam Vinay Bhaskar, and other TRS leaders.
After digging a canal to connect the KLIS Canal and Kudavelly, Finance Minister T Harish Rao formally released the water into the canal last Tuesday
The prime minister urged that every penny of MGNREGA (Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act) funds be spent on rain water conservation till the monsoon arrives.
He said the customers can fix up meters from the 24 empanelled agencies and added that the State government would be spending Rs.500 crore for the scheme.
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