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Congress is on revival mode in Telangana, claims Ponnala

Congress is on revival mode in Telangana, claims Ponnala

Hyderabad, Aug 9 (INN): Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee president Ponnala Lakshmaiah on Saturday claimed that his party was revival mode. Speaking to media persons after participating in the Quit India Movement anniversary celebrations at Gandhi Bhavan here, Ponnala said that the Congress cadre was still active across Telangana and has been gearing up to launch agitation against the failures of ...

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VHR condemns Centre’s dictate on city’s Law & Order

VHR condemns Centre’s dictate on city’s Law & Order

Hyderabad, Aug 9 (INN): Rajya Sabha MP and senior Congress leader V Hanumantha Rao on Saturday condemned the orders issued by the Centre asking the Telangana Government to delegate the Law and Order powers in Greater Hyderabad to Governor. Speaking to media persons at Gandhi Bhavan here, VHR said that the implementation of Centre’s dictate would create two powers Centres ...

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GHMC to provide 105 vehicles to unemployed youth

GHMC to provide 105 vehicles to unemployed youth

Hyderabad, Aug 9 (INN): The Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation is planning to provide 105 vehicles, with each costing around Rs 7 lakh, to the unemployed youth. GHMC Commissioner Somesh Kumar said that the “Driver Cum Owner” (DCO) was another innovative scheme taken up by the GHMC in order to make the drivers become owners of the vehicle. He said that ...

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TRS Govt refuses to accept Centre’s dictate on L&O

TRS Govt refuses to accept Centre’s dictate on L&O

Hyderabad, Aug 9 (INN): The TRS Government on Saturday made it clear that it would not accept the Centre’s dictate of handing over the Law and Order powers of Greater Hyderabad to the Governor. Home Minister Nayani Narasimha Reddy accused the Centre of trying to encroach upon the powers of State Government. He alleged that the Centre’s circular issued on ...

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