Telangana BJP chief Bandi Sanjay remarked that BC students acrossthe state were facing difficulties as educational institutions are withholding their TCs due to non-payment of fee amounts.
In Telangana, where millet cultivation has been on the negative side for decades, there is a dire need to regain its lost glory.
TPCC president A Revanth Reddy on Friday dug up some past statements of Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao and sought to know the status of the assurances.
According to sources, the officials may recommend reverting to online classes as it would be too risky to resume offline classes at least in the next few weeks.
Water bodies including lakes, ponds, channels, wells are dynamic natural resources, impacting as well as being impacted, intricately inter-connected with all other natural systems and living beings.
The RuB project was taken up by the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation and South Central Railway at an estimated cost of Rs 29.10 crore.
The court further directed that the state government should ensure that the consumption of liquor does not take place outside the permit rooms or in any way that causes inconvenience to the public.
Tappers requested the state government to provide them with compensation, as is common for ryots growing paddy and other commercial crops.
Osmania and Kakatiya universities from Telangana to work together with two British universities, Bangor and Aberystwyth, to design the curriculum.
The quantity of cement concrete works to be taken up on a daily basis will be scheduled in advance.
The government also stated that the GHMC is taking necessary action to prevent the illegal slaughter of animals, including the camel.
Congress activists along with Seethakka were taken into custody while they were staging a protest against the allocation of employees as per GO 317 at Tank Bund on Jan 12.
TRS Working President KTR in a tweet said that not even one educational institution had been sanctioned for Telangana in the last seven years.
Hyderabad Mayor Gadwal Vijayalaxmi, TRS MLA Arekapudi Gandhi, MAUD Special Chief Secretary Arvind Kumar and GHMC Commissioner Lokesh Kumar among others attended the meeting.
TRS supremo blames Centre’s skewed agriculture policy for steep rise in the cost of cultivation