Top Priority Will double income of TS farmers: Pocharam
Pocharam said that TS is the only State in India to extend such high subsidies to the agriculture sector and is committed to doubling the income of farmers.
Posani Krishna Murali on Tuesday, interacted with media on Nandi awards controversy.
The meeting assumed significance as the town was converted into district headquarters of newly formed Mancherial district a year back.
Hyderabad: Budding artists from Telangana Social Welfare Residential School, Cherial showcased their artistic talent, creativity and imagination at the State level painting competition conducted by the Department of Renewable and Energy Conservation, Telangana. A student from the Cherial School, M. Praveen, showcased his creativity and secu
Mancherial: Akkala Rithik Roshan Varma’s philosophy is, “If you follow your passion, all (privileges) would follow you.” He is the pioneer to offer online supermarket service in Mancherial town. He has created a record of sorts by venturing into internet-based trading of groceries, at the age of 20. The eldest son of a rice trader of
Warangal Urban: With the Kakatiya Urban Development Authority (KUDA) all set to crack the whip against land owners/developers of unauthorised layouts under its limits soon, 294 unauthorised layouts spread over 1,299.84 acres of land in 13 mandals under KUDA limits have already been identified. In an exclusive interview to Telangana Today, K
Nizamabad: Excise Task Force officials on Tuesday conducted raids at Ailapur village of Nandipet mandal and arrested a person, Macha Praveen, and seized 10 kg chloral hydrate, 32 kg raw cup powder and 15 kg ammonia powder which are used to manufacture adulterated toddy. The officials conducted the raids under the directions of Excise Deputy Comm
Kamareddy: The State government released Rs 7.84 crore input subsidy to farmers of Kamareddy district whose crops were damaged due to hailstorms and heavy rains in March 2017. Kamareddy Collector Satyanarayana on Tuesday said that the government released the subsidy for farmers of Yellareddy, Bhirkoor, Banswada, Bichkunda, Madnoor, Pitlam a
Hyderabad: The Gajwel Area Development Authority (GADA) on Tuesday received administrative sanction and release of Rs 12.5 crore. In an order, Special Chief Secretary for Planning BP Acharya stated that the Rs 12.5-crore fund was towards meeting the expenditure of third quarter budget for the year 2017-18 under the GADA scheme. The Planning D
Nizamabad: People of Telangana should utilise various types of schemes by the Khadi and Village Industries Board which is issuing loans to establish 120 industries and are issuing loans of Rs 1 crore to Rs 8 crore and are issuing 75 per cent subsidy, said State Khadi and Village Industries Board chairman Mohammed Yousuf Zaid. At a press conferen
Warangal Urban: ITM B-School, Warangal, in association with NSIC (National Small Industries Corporation) is conducting a one-day entrepreneurship orientation programme on Wednesday. The NSIC has devised a unique 'Entrepreneurship Orientation Programme' (EOP) specially designed for final year students. “Purpose of EOP is to create aware
Nalgonda: A mentally disturbed person barged into the premises of Andhra Bank of Mukundapuram in Nidamanoor mandal here on Tuesday and attacked the staff. The bank clerk Nagarjuna and sweeper Akbar received minor injuries when the attacker threw a chain at them. The attacker barged into the bank and picked up an argument with the bank staff sayi
Adilabad: Leaders of various tribal organisations representing the adivasis demanded action against the attackers who attacked two adivasis on Monday. U Sanjeev, State general secretary of Adivasi Hakku Porata Samithi regretted that certain leaders of tribal organisations received life threats and sought security from the police. He alleged
Nalgonda: An elderly woman's body was found in D-37 distributory canal of SLBC at Chinthabaigudem village on Tuesday evening. The victim was identified as Medula Yadamma (65), a resident of Kothapally village in Nalgonda mandal. She had left home on Thursday. As her son Jan Reddy, who was a lorry driver, went on duty a week back, she was alone a