Madhusudan stated that as many as 250 procurement centres were created for buying paddy produce from farmers across the district and added that they are expecting about 2.30 lakh metric tonnes of paddy to be procured this season.
Terming the family suicide pact as unfortunate, MLA Durgam Chinnaiah said that all support would be extended to the kin of the tenant farmer who was forced to end life recently
Chennur Rural Inspector K Nagaraju gave away masks to scores of motorists and created awareness among them over Covid-19
Edla Srinivas, president of the club said that they fed around 100 persons in memory of Shanagonda Ravi Kumar, brother of Sampath, one of the directors of the body
Sekhar allegedly assigned the piece of government land located at Shetpalli village in Jaipur mandal to some persons when he was working as Tahsildar of this mandal.
Joguru Susheela (42) ended her life by consuming pesticide as she was unable to bear the alleged harassment of her husband Rajaiah at Kommera village in Chennur mandal.
Durgam Ranjith achieved 92.06 percentile in the national level and took the top position at the institute
Police rushed to the spot and shifted the bodies to Mancherial area hospital for autopsy.
Disclosing the details of the arrest, Deputy Commissioner of Police D Uday Kumar said that the accused Rahul Shetty, an auto-rickshaw driver and his relative Satyavati belong to Jagdalapur in Chhattisgarh
District Medical and Health Officer Dr Neeraja said the district had over 400 active cases including a cluster of over 20 cases in Bellampalli alone
Samudram and Venkatesh died on the spot when they came in contact with high tension power line over the house while they were trying to fix iron rods.
The arrested were identified as Varanasi Subramanyam aka Srikanth alias Aman alias Vimal, a former Central Committee member, and his wife Vijayalaxmi alias Sridhara, a district committee member of CPI (Maoist)
Briefing the media, Ramagundam Commissioner of Police V Satynarayana said the accused was Pudari Naresh Goud, a native of Nennal mandal centre.
Zilla Parishad Secondary School (Girls) headmistress Ajmeera Sharada told ‘Telangana Today’ that 11 teachers, two cooks and a student studying Class X, were found to have contracted the infection
Mancherial-based spiritual leader, yoga instructor and veteran homeopathy practitioner, Dr Gurrala Krishna Reddy, is celebrating his birthday for a novel cause
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