TTD Trust Board Chairman YV Subba Reddy said that at the same time they had taken care of the VIP or protocol darshans.
TD Trust Board chairman YV Subba Reddy said that the Board would not wait for the High Court verdict on the PIL against VIP darshans.
Kovind, was on a two-day visit to Tirupati. He offered prayers at Sri Bhu Varaha Swamy temple located adjacent to Swami Pushkarini and later reached the Tirumala temple.
On sanitation front, TTD Trust Board Chairman YV Subba ReddySubba Reddy warned of stern action against those found lax in the upkeep of sanitation on the hillock.
Senior advocate N Hariharan, representing Someshwar Srivastav, said he came to India in January and has cooperated in the investigation and did not default even once.
Presiding deity to be decorated with vegetables, fruits and worshipped as Shakambari Devi as part of annual ritual
On Sunday, visitors were allowed to enter the queue through DFMDs, only after they had stored their luggage and mobile phones at the special counters on the Arjuna Street.
TTD chief YV Subba Reddy inspected Vaikuntam 1 and 2 compartments, Boondi Potu and queue lines in Narayanagiri Gardens on Sunday.
Teachers Veena Desai from Anantapur, Priyadarsini Mohan from Hyderabad and Sandhya Srinath from Bengaluru imparted training to women participants in Purandara Dasa Keerthanalu.
Sudhakar Yadav’s resignation will pave way for the YSRC government to constitute a new Trust Board.
CBI director bribery case: Delhi High Court grants four months extension to agency to complete probe
Justice Mukta Gupta allowed the CBI's plea seeking an extension of time to complete its investigation in the case lodged against Asthana, DSP Devender Kumar and middleman Manoj Prasad.
TTD officials have reportedly sought the opinion of Chief Secretary LV Subramanyam on the matter.
The court said that the allegations levelled against the officers were serious in nature.
In view of increasing threat perception, Sri Durga Malleswara Swamy Varla Devasthanam has decided to strengthen security atop Indrakeeladri on the lines of Tirumala hill shrine.
According to sources, there is over 50 tonnes of currency, which has been segregated by the temple authorities for disposal. These offerings contain currencies from about 68 countries.