Telangana IT and Urban Development Minister KT Rama Rao demanded a grant of Rs 19,000 crore from the Modi-led Central Government, for state's Mission Bhagirathi. On September 29, KTR took to Twitter and expressed happiness, after Telangana Rashtra Samithi's Mission Bhagirathi, which provides free drinking water to rural India, won NITI Aayog's national award for their mission. With this recognition, KTR sought funds to expand the mission.
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Telangana Govt To Introduce 'Nethana Beema' Initiative To Provide Financial Aid To Weavers' Bereaved Families
Telangana government will inaugurate "Nethana Beema" initiative on National Handloom Day, August 7, with the goal of providing financial assistance to bereaved families of handloom and power loom weavers in Telangana. The initiative would provide Rs 5 lakhs to families of the dead weaver. "The amount will be credited into the family member's bank account within 10 days of the weaver's death," Minister… read-more
The Telangana Police registered a case against BJP MP from Nizamabad Dharampuri Arvind. Lodged on July, advocate V Ravikumar accused the BJP MP of using abusive words for Telangana CM K Chandrashekar Rao, at Nampally conference, on July 13. "MP had used derogatory words against the chief minister and degraded his image to create hate and incite disaffection towards the TRS." Arvind has been booked under section-504 of the IPC.
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Students of Rajiv Gandhi University of Knowledge and Technologies (RGUKT) Telangana continued their protest, staging a sit-in at the IIT gate. Popularly known as IIT Basara students, they raised voice against poor quality food and demanding good food, water and basic amenities to students. They submitted 12 requests, including a permanent Vice-Chancellor at the IIT and tagged CM KCR and IT Minister KTR, asking to look into the matter.
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The Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) is set to celebrate 21st Foundation Day on April 27. On this occasion, TRS President K Chandrashekar Rao and other leaders will conduct a grant event at the Hyderabad International Convention Centre, in the city. During the celebration, the KCR-led TRS will also pass a resolution over its key-role in the 2024 General elections. The event will be attended by 3,000 members, MLCs, MLAs.
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Congress Senior leader Rahul Gandhi confirmed that there will not be any alliance with the K Chandrashekar Rao-led Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) government. During a party meeting with TPCC Chief Revanth Reddy, and other Congress leaders from Telangana, Gandhi made it clear that his party will go solo in Telangana against the TRS and BJP. Meanwhile, the K Chandrashekar Rao government is pitching for a federal front against BJP.
Telangana BJP leader N Ramchander Rao said that since 2015, the state government has provided 91,000 jobs not 1,30,000 jobs in the state,as claimed. "Initially, the government has refused notification of 50,000 jobs, but they have inducted only 35,000 people under Telangana State Public Service Commission," claimed Rao. He also requested a state-wide employment calendar and the filling up of the vacant positions in the government sector in… read-more
Microsoft and Telangana government announced to establish India's largest data centre with an investment of Rs 15,000 crores in Hyderabad. The new data centre will be spread across Chandanvelly, Ellikatta and Kottur, will be the fourth centre, as three others are in Pune, Mumbai and Chennai. The new data centre will help enterprises, start-ups, education and government institutions and will enhance the IT sector growth in Telangana,… read-more
Tribal festival of Telangana "Samakka Sarakka Jatara" is set to begin from February 16. The four-day mega fair has been organised by the Telangana Government, which released Rs 75 crores. The DGP Mahender Reddy said, they left no stone unturned to ensure hassle free, smooth event, abiding by all COVID-19 protocols, which is expected to witness crores of devotees. Notably, the mega tribal state festival is being held in Mulugu.
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Hyderabad's Annual fair "Numaish" will reopen from February. Started in January, the All India Industrial Exhibition was shut down due to COVID-19 third wave. However, as the cases are declining, the fair is expected to resume for the usual 40-45 days, which would see traders with various products from across India. As per sources, the organisers will resume the fair from February 20-25. However, government nod is awaited.
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