Central Hajj Committee has decided to refund Rs. 3000-5000 to the Hajj pilgrims of 2013 as a result of savings after deducting the expenses.
For maintenance of peace and also for the development of Telangana State, the procedures adopted during Nizam’s period will be given preference. This was stated by Home Minister of Telangana State, Mr. N. Narasimha Reddy. He was addressing a gathering of Iftar party organized by Mr. Mahinder Reddy, Commissioner of Hyderabad City police at Chowmahalla Palace, Khilwath yesterday. Present on this occasion were, VC of Jamia Nizamia, Maulana Khaleel Ahmed, Maulana Abdullah Qureshi, Maulana Murtuza Pasha, Maulana Qubool Pasha Shuttari, Muslim Bureaucrats and Police Officers.
On the invitation from Mr. Firasat Ali Baqueri, Dr. Syed Zameer Akhtar Naqvi arrived from Pakistan. He will address the gathering at Aza Khana Zehra, Darul Shifa from 5th July to 9th July at 8 p.m. He is a renowned orator of Shia Community. He has made a mark in the community by his unique speeches on religion, culture, history and science.
Pradeep Kumar Saxena, General Manager, South Western Railway, Hubli has been posted as In-charge General Manager of South Central Railway today. He will be taking over charge subsequent to the superannuation of P.K.Srivastava, General Manager, SCR who retired on June 30.
P.K. Saxena belongs to the Indian Railway Service of Engineer (IRSE) of 1977 batch. He completed his Graduation in Civil Engineering from Rewa Engineering College, Madhya Pradesh in 1977 and started his career as Assistant Engineer in Khandwa of Central Railway in the year 1980.
Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao today condoled the death of Susheela, 65, mother of Director General of Police Anurag Sharma.
The Chief Minister visited the residence of the DGP and placed a wreath on the body. The Chief Minister consoled the DGP and extended sympathies to the bereaved family members on the occasion. (NSS)
Tension prevailed in the Osmania University when flames caught an agitating student Sivannarayana on Wednesday.
TPCC Chief N Uttam Kumar Reddy has said nobody, including former APCC Chief D Srinivas and CLP leader K Jana Reddy were leaving the Congress.
On Wednesday, Uttam Kumar responded to the news that both senior leaders — D Srinivas and K Jana Reddy — were leaving the Congress and made it clear that both would not leave the party. He said he didn’t know as to why Jana Reddy met TRS MP and senior leader B Vinod Kumar. He exuded confidence that there was no dearth of leadership in the Congress in Telangana State. The Congress will sweep the ensuing elections in the State, he added.
Tollywood actor Allu Arjun here on Wednesday consoled four children, who were suffering from cancer.
Knowing about the deteriorating condition of the cancer affected children through Make A Wish Foundation, Allu Arjun called on the kids and spent time with them to make them happy. He also talked to the doctors and parents of the children about the condition of the kids.
Speaking on the occasion, Arjun said fulfilling the wish of children on the death bed was a great thing. He also called upon people to lend cooperation to Make A Wish Foundation in its noble activity. (NSS)
TRS leader Gattu Ramachandra Rao today ridiculed that even a mouse in Telangana State is not scared to Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu’s rhetoric on section 8. Addressing a press conference here Rao slammed Naidu for pretending a law and problem in Hyderabad and pressing to invoke section 8 to diver cash for vote scam. He flayed that Naidu’s son Lokesh is just a twitter man and cannot dare to come outside. Terming the TDP as ‘Telivaina Dongala Party’ he said that none is afraid of to Lokesh and his father Naidu, he rebutted.
Telangana State CPI has condemned the illegal arrest of Left Wing student leaders and lathi-charge on the student unions’ protesting program against the privatization of education and collection of donations in schools.
On Wednesday, several Left Parties student unions have taken up agitation protesting against the collection of donations by big educational managements from poor and middle class children.
Alleging that the Telangana Intermediate Board has turned as ‘Inti Board’ (Own Board), Akhila Bharathiya Vidhyarthi Parishath (ABVP) has demanded the State government to ban the corporate colleges– Narayana and Chaithanya, which were turning as death dens of the students in the name of ‘brand’ and protect the government Junior Colleges in the State.
TS Ed.CET-2015 Convener Prof. P.Prasad has informed that the candidates who have appeared for TS.Ed.CET-2015 held on 6-6-2015 can download their Rank Cards.
The Rank Cards can be downloaded from the website: www.tsedcet.org by entering Hall Ticket Number of the candidate. (INN)
Smt Susheela, mother of Telangana DGP Anurag Sharma, passed away here on Wednesday.
She was 83 and was suffering from old age ailments. Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao and other dignitaries visited the DGP’s residence and expressed their condolences. (INN)
Hundreds of TDP workers gave a rousing reception to TDP MLA A Revanth Reddy who came out on bail from the Cherlapally Central Prison on Wednesday evening.
Although the Hyderabad High Court had granted bail to Revanth Reddy in the ‘Cash for Vote’ case on Tuesday, his release was delayed by a day due to technical and legal glitches. Revanth Reddy and two other accused Sebastian and Uday Simha were lodged in Cherlapally Jail ever since their arrest by the Anti-Corruption Bureau n May 31.
Accusing the TRS Government of playing with the lives and careers of thousands of students, Leader of Opposition in Legislative Council Mohammed Ali Shabbir on Wednesday demanded that Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao come out with one clear Education Policy to end the entire confusion.
Leader of the Opposition in the Council Mohammed Ali Shabbir here on Wednesday demanded that Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao come out with a clear Education Policy for the benefit of the youth.
The ruling pink party, Telangana Rashtra Samithi, seemed to be slowly and steadily succeeding in decimating its political opponents by diligently employing KCR’s now famous game plan “ Aakarshan” as a “Brahmastram”.
Thus after Telugu Desam, it is undoubtedly the Congress, which is being reduced to a sinking ship in Telangana State, as senior leaders are literally giving a “ hand” to the “Hand” symbol party and making a beeline to the ruling party.
Telangana government has transferred Mr. Rajiv Trivedi (IPS) Additional Director General Police, Telangana State Special Police and appointed him as Principal Secretary. Dr. Rajiv Sharma issued orders in this connection. Mr. Rajiv Trivedi was serving additional responsibility as police sports. He has been relieved from the responsibility.
Registrar Osmania University, Prof. E Saresh Kumar attended the meeting of State Minority Commission and assured the commission that the decision in connection with the grievance of two professors of university will be taken within two weeks.
Registrar Prof E Saresh Kumar reached the commission on June 25 and assured sympathetic judgment with regard to two professors within two weeks.
Leader of the Opposition in the Telangana State Legislative Council Mr. Mohammed Ali Shabbir strongly condemned remark against Nizam of Hyderabad in the report sent to World Bank by Telangana government. He claimed that the report unveiled the real face of Chief Minister Chandrasekhar Rao. To gain minorities’ support during Telangana movement and on the occasion of elections he repeatedly lauded the achievements of Nizam of Hyderabad but when he gained power he showed his true colours.
Iftar parties are arranged during the month of Ramadan to promote communal harmony and brotherhood in the country. They are also arranged to provide facility to fasting Muslims to break their fast. But during the past few years a new trend has started in which ‘Saher parties’ are arranged in which friends and relatives are invited. Variety of foods is prepared. Hotels and eateries remain open so that fasting persons who do not have saher facility at their homes can eat ‘saher’. But of late youth arrange gatherings at the hotels. For this they stay awake the whole night.