Hyderabad: The Telangana state government on Wednesday signed a MoU with the ministry of civil aviation and the Airports Authority of India for a regional connectivity scheme to set up new airports in the state.
The MoU was signed in the presence of Union civil aviation minister P. Ashok Gajapathi Raju and TS industries minister K.T. Rama Rao in New Delhi. Mr Rama Rao urged the Centre to allow the state government set up a training academy and skill development centre at the Begumpet airport.
He thanked the Centre for granting approval to the new airport at Khammam and sought approvals for the proposed Warangal and Adilabad airports. Mr Rama Rao also met Union industries minister Anant Geete and sought the reopening of the Cement Corporation of India plant in Adilabad.
The TS industries minister met Union textiles minister Smriti Irani and sought financial assistance for the proposed integrated textile park in Warangal.
Later, Mr Rama Rao met Union finance secretary Ashok Lavasa and NITI-Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant and sought more funds in the general Budget for various projects and schemes implemented by the Telangana state government such as a mega powerloom cluster in Siricilla and a Rs 20,000 crore aid recommended by NITI-Aayog to Mission Bhagiratha and Mission Kakatiya.
Blood samples are collected by some centres in Hyderabad but the pathological test is done in Bengaluru or Mumbai centres.
The group of customers complained that the rice they were served had started to smell.
The wall had a lot of holes and the pup was trying to go through one of them when it got stuck.
Lack of coordination among various departments has led to poor implementation of Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens Act in the state.
Former Chief Minister NT Rama Rao had installed 33 statues of prominent Telugu personalities on the picturesque Tank Bund.
While issuing notices, the bench directed the respondent governments to file counter affidavits before April 11.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday indicated that it will have a re-look at the December 2016 order banning liquor shops within 500 metres of state and national highways across the country, with a view to preventing accidents caused due to drunken driving.
The Central government has made it mandatory to have an Aadhaar number for filing income tax returns, and claims that 88 per cent of people across the country have been assigned Aadhaar numbers.
Every year on Ugadi day, various pundits come out with their routine predictions, painting a bright future for the political parties that patronise them.
He said that 21 per cent growth rate indicates the state will have an additional Rs 15,000 crore to Rs 20,000 crore revenue.
The state government had sanctioned Rs 8.48 crore last year for the maintenance of the Masjid, but the amount wasnt spent.
The students union has also planned a boycott of the classes on Friday, which will be followed by a strike on Monday.