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A rice-mill owner in Jagtial was buying rice by paying Rs 8 to Rs 12 a kg (which is sold to public at Re 1) and sold it back to the government at Rs 25 under custom-milled rice scheme.
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Not just the Rs 4,000 per acre scheme, the CEA lauded various innovative initiatives of the state government.
Government can have access to data available with it but only for legitimate reasons, says a Facebook executive speaking on the company’s policy.
The inexorable rise of new technologies like Artificial Intelligence and Automation have been taking a toll on jobs in India’s flagship IT services industry.
As Artificial Intelligence (AI) found a place in this year’s Union Budget and Niti Ayog is set to establish a programme on AI, the topic dominated most of the sessions and talks at the WCIT.
Technology, if used well for public good, can deliver lasting prosperity to mankind and a sustainable future for our planet,” he said, delivering the inaugural address at the World Congress on IT.
The committee would suggest the corridors for phase-II and phase-III of the metro rail project and also propose best and most economical ways of transport.
19 Feb 2018
The criminal complaints have been instituted by various fringe groups based on a distorted and incorrect interpretation of the song in the states of Telangana, Maharashtra, she said in her plea.
Fair price shops having over 600 card holders are able to provide ration to only 20-30 beneficiaries a day due to technical glitches.
Report points almost half the suicides reported at Warangal’s MGM hospital (2010-15) were by consuming pesticides.
Farm loan waivers invariably figure in most political discussions across the country these days.
The two-day celebrations concluded on Sunday with a large number of devotees participating in the mass congregation by offering prayers to Guru Granth Sahibji.
The administration has decided to take action against vehicle owners who do not have high security number plates on vehicles registered in and after 2013.
While prices of all forms of liquor (except beer) were increased in December end, officials said more than price hike, policy changes brought more money to the State coffers.
Currently, as many as 106 districts in ten states have been identified by the Central Government as Left Wing Extremism affected districts in the country.
According to him, the TJAC will undertake “postcard campaign” on February 22 and 23 to exert pressure on the state government to fill all vacant posts in government departments.
With regard to the welfare schemes for farmers, the government will organise regional conferences with the mandal-level Farmers’ Coordination Committees on February 25 and 26.
The reason for the growing demand for party tickets among leaders is that the success of some of the protest programmes recently organised by the party leadership.
Prabhakar Rao said that it has been brought to the notice of the Central Electricity Authority of India about the lack of adequate reserves of coal, which is essential for power generation.
18 Feb 2018
Education minister Kadiam Srihari has asked teachers to work towards improving and raising it by 15 per cent.
Currently, 9.5 lakh SSC students and 4.5 lakh degree students in the state were allocated private colleges and schools as their examination centres.
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