Vivek Bhoomi 

After 15 years, restoration of Thousand Pillar Temple's mandapa resumes

The Thousand Pillar Temple, a part of which is the mandapa, was built by Kakatiyan King Rudra Deva in 1163 AD.

25 Nov 2021

Tribal nurses cry foul as Hyderabad admin allows outsiders to serve in remote PHCs

Application acceptance, scrutiny, certificate verification and interviews were conducted within a week, with the selected candidates yet to be announced.

22 Nov 2021

Bandi Sanjay’s tour spurs more TRS-BJP clashes

At every point of Sanjay Kumar’s tour, TRS workers tried to obstruct him and raised slogans demanding that he go back.

17 Nov 2021

Tribal university in Telangana awaits Centre's nod

While 169 acres of these were government lands, Rs 15 crore was spent to compensate those who had alienated 115 acres of assigned lands for the purpose.

15 Nov 2021

Telangana: Open ways of Vantimamidi vegetable market affects local farmers

Vantimamidi vegetable market, which is also an open market and was established to help vegetable farmers get a good price for their produce, provides much food for thought.

15 Nov 2021

A home made of dreams for the homeless

All thanks to the efforts of a government employee who invested several decades of his life into building this fort.

14 Nov 2021

Stretched mills & angry ryots lead to chaos in Nalgonda district of Telangana

Farmers cultivating fine grain variety of paddy under the ayacut of Nagarjunasagar Project canal bring their produce to Miryalaguda, where most of the rice mills are located.

04 Nov 2021

Huzurabad picks ‘good man’ Eatala, sends strong message to KCR 

The BJP cadre and Eatala Rajender’s team succeed in busting every false claim and propaganda spread by the leaders of TRS party

03 Nov 2021

Telangana: Mesolithic rock art site discovered in Rajanna-Sircilla

In the past, inside a cave at the base of a hillock in Vattimalla village of Konaraopet mandal in Sircilla, paintings of a tiger and other figures were discovered.

01 Nov 2021

Centre-Telangana standoff leaves farmers in lurch

As Union govt says it won’t buy produce in Rabi season, State advises farmers against cultivating paddy, fuelling a political slugfest

29 Oct 2021

Telangana: Tea mosquito bug causing neem trees to shrivel up

When tender shoots start emerging from branches, the bugs and nymphs feed by sucking the sap from the tree.

27 Oct 2021

Ryot first, Neta second: Niranjan Reddy transforms his land into instructional farm in Telangana

That farmer, who did not bow down to the traders who tried to fleece him and took pride in being a ryot, is none other than Agriculture Minister Singireddy Niranjan Reddy.

24 Oct 2021

Shaping talent for alternative cinema

While pursuing his Intermediate, he developed a keen interest in nature photography and went on the earn international acclaim too.

21 Oct 2021

Tribals of Telangana's Mulugu district losing ancestral land to encroachers

As per the Tribal Welfare Department’s data, a total of 53,022 cases have been booked so far concerning 2,08,512 acres, of which 52,075 cases covering 2,05,431 acres have been disposed of.

18 Oct 2021

Where are 7th Pay Revision Commission benefits? Miffed pensioners ask govt

He said that pensioners were not able to receive difference of leave encashment for the period July 2018-April 2020, the date after which the 7th PRC was made applicable.

15 Oct 2021