Vivek Bhoomi 

Is Telangana's Jatara losing tribal aura to profiteers?

There is little representation of indigenous people in organising committee | Non-tribals run most stalls | Whiskey replaces ippah sara, jaggery prasadam vanishes

19 Feb 2022

Telangana: Matampally Lambadas live in constant fear of land sharks

Gurrambodu thanda has been in the limelight for a tribal movement against the land grabbers.

16 Feb 2022

Lambadas get most seats, Adivasis fume at Tribal Welfare association's notification in Telangana

Adivasi Purohit Pardhan Sankshema Sangham has submitted a memorandum to the Tribal Welfare Department calling out the injustice.

15 Feb 2022

Seer tries to broker peace between Telengana CM K Chandrasekhar Rao and PM Modi

Chinna Jeeyar Swamy extols virtues of the Chief Minister in the presence of Amit Shah in bid to bridge gap between TRS and BJP

09 Feb 2022

Tech firms, startups say Budget is encouraging 

The Union Budget delivered good news to IT companies that have been advocating funds for upskilling and reskilling to meet the skilled workforce needs of the country.

02 Feb 2022

Ode to equality: Sri Ramanujacharya’s Statue of Equality reflects the mammoth struggle for change

Located inside the Chinna Jeeyar Swamy’s ashram near Muchintal, the statue will be dedicated to the world by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on February 5

01 Feb 2022

IT sector hopes for tax breaks in Union Budget-2022

The sector has added 1,38,000 jobs in 2021, bringing the total employment in IT to 4.47 million in India as per a NASSCOM report. 

28 Jan 2022

Awards welcome, but can they sustain tribal art forms?

Padma winners S Ramachandraiah & Darshanam Mogilaiah lack funds, support from system to pass on their genre to today’s generation

27 Jan 2022

Sculptures found in Nagarkurnool village

While the Shaivite sculpture is broken at the head and hands portion, the Nandi sculpture’s head and left leg were damaged.

19 Jan 2022

Procurement row forgotten, paddy cultivation picks pace in Telangana

Agriculture department officials estimate farmers are cultivating paddy in 4,53,970 acres in Telangana as of January 12.

15 Jan 2022

Kothagudem shylocks lay clever debt traps for tribals from Agency areas

These moneylenders have the support of not just the Left parties, but all political parties which depend on them for funding party activities.

14 Jan 2022

Steady diet of millets boosts growth by 26-39% in children, finds study

The study undertaken by seven organisations in four countries and published in the journal Nutrients, is a review and meta-analysis of eight prior published studies.

12 Jan 2022

Hyderabad, it’s all in the name

With the growing chorus to change the name of Hyderabad to Bhagyanagar, historians put forth evidence to prove how it can be a bad idea to do so

05 Jan 2022

Giri Poshana is the war waged against hunger

This year, the food is being produced at FSSAI-licensed nutri-food processing units led by Joint Liability Groups run by tribal women.

02 Jan 2022

Revanth-Jagga fight tests Chinna Reddy's skills

Any differences and issues between leaders should be amicably settled through discussions within the party, Chinna Reddy said.

01 Jan 2022

TNIE impact: PM Narendra Modi sees the bright side in Telangana writer's story

In his message, the Prime Minister said that right from childhood Vittalacharya ji had a wish to open a big library. 

27 Dec 2021

Telangana farmers heed advice, opt for alternative crops as Rabi cultivation begins in earnest 

Farmers have been cautious about sowing paddy as of now, owing to the uncertainty in procurement due to the ongoing tussle between the State and Union governments.

24 Dec 2021

GHMC allows Nampally Sarai to decay, approves its demolition 

He said that when the highest authority in the government lacked respect for the city’s heritage, it’s no surprise that heritage structures are targeted for demolition on a regular basis. 

10 Dec 2021

Independent survey shows non-tribals occupying thousands of acres of podu lands

A survey by AADHAR Society highlights this; biggest occupation in Polaram where non-tribals possess 555 acres

09 Dec 2021

BJP doors open for all, but questions on party posts remain

Only around 10 Ministers in the Union Cabinet belong to this category and around 50-60 MPs have come from other parties.

08 Dec 2021

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