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Closure of schools will hurt the poor: Lok Satta

Closure of schools will hurt the poor: Lok Satta

Hyderabad, June 19 : Closure of about 4000 budget schools in the name of implementing the Right to Education Act, will badly hit education of the Children belonging to poorer sections because of the absence of a school in the neighborhood or their inability to afford costly schools, said State Lok Satta Party Vice President D V V S Varma here ...

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Dr Reddy’s sued for ‘infringing’ thyroid injection patent

Hyderabad, June 19 : US-based drug maker AbbVie Inc, the spun-off entity of Abbott, has dragged Dr Reddy’s Lab to court for allegedly infringing the former’s patented drug Zemplar on six counts concerning three patents. “DRL committed an act of infringement by filing an ANDA (Abbreviated New Drug Application) with a Paragraph IV Certification that seeks FDA-marketing approval for DRL ...

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Harassment petition against Shankar Rao adjourned

Harassment petition against Shankar Rao adjourned

Hyderabad, June 19 : The Andhra Pradesh High Court on Wednesday adjourned the hearing with a written petition filed by former minister and Secunderabad Cantonment legislator P Shankar Rao’s daughter-in-law Vamsi Priya seeking action against her husband Shashank, father-in-law Shankar Rao, mother-in-law Vishwa Shanti and sister-in-law Sushmita for allegedly harassing her. The court adjourned the hearing of the petition for ...

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Organisations Turn Zakat Into Multi-Crore Industry – I

Organisations Turn Zakat Into Multi-Crore Industry – I

Hyderabad, June 18: A 14-year-old poor Muslim boy sells head-bands on the busy Charminar road throughout the day. He breaks his fast on road and forced to skip his Taraveeh prayers as he had to earn money to buy Sehri for his poor family members waiting at home. The boy is among hundreds of other poor Muslims who sweat it ...

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