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Haj pilgrims allege harassment by SBI’s Barkas branch

Haj pilgrims allege harassment by SBI’s Barkas branch

Hyderabad, July 24 : Some officials of the State Bank of India, Barkas branch, are allegedly creating problems for the selected Haj pilgrims by not accepting their payments. While the challan issued by the Haj Committee of India is sufficient for the pilgrims to make the deposits, the SBI- Barkas branch officials are insisting that the pilgrims get other documents ...

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Ponguleti slams TDP for claiming victory in PR polls

Ponguleti slams TDP for claiming victory in PR polls

Hyderabad, July 24 : Congress MLC Ponguleti Sudhakar Reddy on Wednesday accused the Telugu Desam Party of making false claims of victory in the first phase of Panchayat elections. Talking to reporters in the Congress Legislature Party office here, Sudkhakar Reddy said that the Panchayat elections were not held on party symbol. Therefore, the TDP was trying to take advantage ...

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People voted for a change in PR polls: Naidu

People voted for a change in PR polls: Naidu

Hyderabad, July 24 : Claiming that a majority of candidates who won the Panchayat elections were backed by his party, Telugu Party President N Chandrababu Naidu said that the people have started voting for a change. Addressing a press conference at his residence on Wednesday, Naidu said that the results of first phase of Panchayat elections have indicated that people ...

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24th July Urdu ePaper

24th July Urdu ePaper

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Botsa claims victory in Panchayat polls

Botsa claims victory in Panchayat polls

Vizianagaram, July 24 : Pradesh Congress Committee president Botsa Satyanarayana on Wednesday claimed that the Congress party has won over 2,700 seats in the first phase of Panchayat elections. Talking to reporters here, Botsa thanked the people for voting in favour of the Congress party and attributed the victory to the successful implementation of welfare schemes by the State and ...

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