In a bizarre incident, a person, pretending to be a Telangana State Road Transport Corporation (TSRTC) driver, stole a bus from Siddipet bus station on Sunday night. He rode it, collected fares from passengers and fled midway when the bus ran out of fuel. Although the passengers grew suspicious due to reckless driving, but before they could react, the bus ran out of fuel, following which the man fled.
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A housewife in Telangana is going viral for her bravery, who foiled a theft attempt by robbers. The woman fought the armed robber who attacked the woman with a knife, aiming for robbery in Telangana's Sircilla district. In the viral video, the woman was seen fighting the robbers in the dark. Although she fought bravely, the robbers escaped with seven-gram gold. Furthermore, the Police registered a case for further investigation.
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Telangana Government announced two-days holiday for educational institutions and government offices amid heavy rainfall alert in Telangana. On July 20, CM K Chandrashekar Rao directed Chief Secretary Santhi Kumari to issue an official order, announcing closure of institutions in the GHMC Limits, for July 21 and 22. However, emergency services like healthcare & dairy would continue without interruption. Notably, the Hyderabad Weather… read-more
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The ongoing third decade of the 21st century is a golden period which should be fully utilised and no part of the nation should lag behind in making faster progress, said PM Narendra Modi said on Saturday. Amid a boycott by the ruling BRS in poll-bound Telangana, Modi laid the foundation stone for several infrastructure development projects worth around Rs 6,100 crore during his visit to the southern state.
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Telangana CM K Chandrashekar Rao met with Samajwadi Party (SP) National President Akhilesh Yadav, on July 3. The meeting was held at Pragati Bhavan, Hyderabad. During the meeting, the duo discussed the strategy to form an alliance against the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) led Central Government. Furthermore, the duo also discussed the 2024 elections and the possibility to form an alliance, with like-minded parties.
In another Hijab row, burqa-clad women were denied entry into the examination centre, following which they had to remove their hijab. The incident occurred on June 17, at K.V. Rangareddy Women's Degree College in IS Sadan, but the college administration denied the allegations and said there is no such rule. However, the disappointed students wrote to Telangana Home Minister Mohammed Ali, who assured… read-more
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In Telangana's Basara IIIT, a first-year student of PUC allegedly committed suicide. The victim, identified as Deepika (17) reportedly hanged herself in the hostel washroom in the wee hours of June 15. The college administration found Deepika's body and rushed her to a nearby hospital, where she was declared dead. The police registered a case and suspected mental strain, as Deepika was suffering from mental issues, taking extreme step.
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Telangana CM K Chandrashekar Rao announced that the Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) Government is planning to construct a twin tower building, in Hyderabad. The decision was taken after holding a discussion with the senior leaders of the BRS, with an aim of bringing all the government officials of different departments, working under one roof, close to the newly inaugurated BR Ambedkar Secretariat, in Hyderabad.
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Telangana IT Minister KT Rama Rao extended congratulations to the team T-Hub in the Telugu State, after it secured a national award. In a tweet, KTR said, "Happy & Proud that @THubHyd has won the National Technology Award -2023 (Technology Business Incubation) Many congratulations to Team T-Hub T- Hub has been recognised as the Best Technology Incubator in India by Department Of… read-more
Telangana CM K Chandrashekar Rao announced a new insurance scheme for toddy tappers in the State. The scheme introduced after a high-level meeting was similar to Rythu Bhima scheme, implemented for farmers in the State. As per the new 'Geetha Karmikula Bhima' (Insurance for Toddy Tappers,) scheme, if a toddy tappers dies while collecting toddy, the family of the victim will get Rs 5 lakh as insurance money… read-more
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