The lockdown has been lifted and Hyderabad is back to life. But tucked away in the chaos are many downed shutters, which remind us of how cruel the pandemic has been to businesses
State yet to ramp up number of RT-PCR tests being conducted, especially in dists outside GHMC limits; figures show TS recorded 3.03 lakh cases during 2nd wave
The State government, on Saturday, announced that all schools would reopen on July 1 for offline classes.
In view of the lockdown being called off by the State government, the timings of the Hyderabad Metro Rail service have been rescheduled with effect from June 21.
The number of Covid cases was dropped considerably and the positive rate too was very low in the state, the Cabinet noted.
Lockdown relaxation has been increased by an extra hour (now 6 am to 6 pm) for the commuters to return home conveniently.
The State Cabinet on Tuesday is expected to take up and give its nod to the first Pay Revision Commission (PRC), not only for regular, but also for contract and outsourced employees.
On Thursday, Director of Public Health (DPH) Dr G Srinivasa Rao announced that the State’s test positivity rate (TPR) fell from 6 percent to 4 percent over the last three weeks
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As both the departments are cash cows for the State government, the exemption is understood to have been given to them.
The Cabinet met here to discuss several issues, including the extension of the lockdown.
There are 142 Sub-Registrar Offices across the State, which received thousands of registration applications online for the month of June, as it has several auspicious dates.
As many as five teams have been deployed for the drive. According to sources, those nabbed on Thursday belong to Chennur, Jaipur and Mancherial mandals.
While 982 cases were reported in Hyderabad commissionerate limits, Cyberabad recorded 1,157 cases and Rachakonda reported 1,072.
Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao has decided to hold a State Cabinet meeting on May 30 at 2 pm at Pragathi Bhavan.
TSHA now alleges that though the police are not stopping delivery agents, they are identifying the operating restaurants and kitchens that are running and instead, intimidating their staff.