Speakers at ‘Need of Supreme Court bench for South India’ workshop bat for regional benches of Apex Court
They argued that when a country like the United States of America could have Apex Courts in every State, why couldn’t India also have Apex Courts in all the four regions of the country.
Despite WDCW getting a full-time minister, there is no progress in appointment of committees in the newly-formed districts
A South African delegation led by High Commissioner Sibusiso Ndebele, which has been touring Telangana for the past two days, called on IT Minister KT Rama Rao here on Thursday.
Replying to the education demands in the Assembly, the minister said that the government filed a counter affidavit in the High Court and the case is listed for hearing on October 21
Telangana records around 300 cases of human trafficking in 2018, majority reported within Cyberabad limits; State police release blow-by-blow module on standard operating procedure to deal with traff
Replying to a question in the Assembly, the minister said the government was working to expand the state-owned Vijaya Dairy, and would extend all needed support to dairy farmers.
This is part of the commitment they made at “Swachh Vidyalaya” event which took place in the city on Wednesday.
Speaking on the occasion, Murphy lauded Telangana government’s policies in promoting clean energies. The State is ranked second in India for solar rooftop deployment readiness, he said.
Therefore, it is imperative for the government to preserve, conserve and restore the heritage buildings of the cities.”
To a question raised by Balka Suman, the finance minister said that the State government has taken up recruitment in a big way in the State.
Revanth Reddy asks Khuntia to issue a show-cause notice to Uttam Kumar Reddy for announcing his wife’s name for Huzurnagar seat
A divisional bench of the Telangana High Court imposed a fine of `50,000 to a petitioner, who was accused in a cyberstalking case here on Wednesday.
After hearing the case, the bench issued notice to the state government to respond to the PIL and adjourned the case hearing.
Instead of paying compensation in the form of cash, the government has executed registered sale deed allotting prime land of about 2.3 acres in favour of the academy.
JSP leaders suspect the support for the save Nallamalla forests campaign could have led to the suspension of accounts.