Adivasi candidate Pushparani, supporters were detained and later released for staging protest at Collectorate.
Attram Telang Rao’s wife Attram Sombhai alleged that a couple from their village — Attram Sonerao and his wife — had killed her husband after having alleged him of performing black magic.
It may be recalled that the Central government had recently announced its decision to celebrate tribal freedom fighter Birsa Munda's 146th birth anniversary as 'Janjatiya Gaurav Divas'.
Police rushed to the spot immediately after the incident and had to call in more personnel to handle the situation.
Produce is being procured at Rs 8,020 per quintal in Adilabad, Rs 7,960 per quintal in Warangal
It has rained regularly from the last week of August in Adilabad, Nirmal and Kumrambheem Asifabad districts, which has damaged many crops, with cotton and soyabean being especially affected.
The capacity of the barrage is 0.8 tmcft; the erection of all 23 gates have been completed
It appears if neither the Centre nor the State government give two hoots about the development of tourism spots in erstwhile Adilabad district.
The plight of two girl students, who got off at Basara at about 12 midnight, was especially bad. Accompanied by the uncle of one of them, they could not get any accommodation anywhere.
Speaking to Express, DEO Phani said that the school would be completely sanitised.
Many Telangana districts that had initially experienced dry weather conditions received heavy showers from mid-August till end of the month.
In the meantime, most reservoirs in the erstwhile district are likely to witness more inflows as their catchment areas in Maharashtra continue to receive heavy rains.
The police said the accident was caused by the driver feeling sleepy at the wheel.
Nizamabad MP Dharmapuri Aravind claimed that Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao is the lap dog of AIMIM Chief Asaduddin Owaisi.
Stating that Adilabad does not have a university with all resources, Bapu Rao pointed out that tribals in the district have hence been lagging behind in higher education.