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زانیوں کو موت کی سزا دی جائے، ملک بھر میں احتجاجی مظاہرے

زانیوں کو موت کی سزا دی جائے، ملک بھر میں احتجاجی مظاہرے

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CM to inaugurate Kakatiya Festival on Dec 21

CM to inaugurate Kakatiya Festival on Dec 21

Hyderabad, December 19 : Chief Miniter N Kiran Kumar Reddy will ianugurate the Kakatiya Festival in Warangal on December 21. Addressing a press conference at the State Secretariat after releasing the poster of Kakatiya Festival here on Wednesday, Tourism Minister Vatti Vasant Kumar informed that the festival would be held from December 21 to 23. He said the festival would ...

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Cotton farmers in distress: YSRCP

Cotton farmers in distress: YSRCP

Hyderabad, December 19 : The YSR Congress has demanded the State Government to give adequate price to cotton farmers as they are in distress and are being exploited by traders with the Cotton Corporation of India (CCI) being unresponsive to their needs. “Cotton production has increased in the State but the productivity has come down as the input costs have ...

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YSRCP flays Chief Minister for remarks on Jagan

YSRCP flays Chief Minister for remarks on Jagan

Hyderabad, December 19 : Coming down heavily on Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy for his remarks on YS Jagan Mohan Reddy being in jail, YSR Congress has said, it was the joint conspiracy of Congress and TDP that was responsible for the undemocratic arrest of the Kadapa MP. “Our leader was arrested for defying Congress High Command and going ...

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Kondandram rejects KCR’s offer to attend all-party meet

Kondandram rejects KCR’s offer to attend all-party meet

Hyderabad, December 19 : Telangana Political Joint Action Committee chairman Prof M Kodandaram has declined the invitation of Telangana Rashtra Samithi president K Chandrasekhar Rao to represent TRS along with him at the all-party meeting on Telangana being held on December 28. Talking to reporters after the JAC meeting, Prof Kodandaram said that the JAC members have decided that he ...

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