Hyderabad: Twenty-three-year-old Raja Vamshi Reddy Muddasani from Telangana committed suicide at University of Michigan on Monday. Raja had moved to Michigan from Florida this summer. The Michigan police is investigating the case and the reason behind the suicide is still not clear.
The Telangana Development Forum in the US has started an online fund campaign to send Raja’s body to India. The campaign saw many well wishers of Raja Vamshi expressing shock at his untimely demise.
Raja’s parents were informed about the incident on Tuesday. The campaign, which started with the target of $50,000, on Tuesday mobilised $13,000 dollars with 350 people donating within 12 hours. The support for the campaign has increased on social media.
The Chief Minister was speaking at a strategy committee meeting with ministers and officials on Tuesday at his camp office.
Fire services and disaster management advised people to call 101 or 9949991101 in case of fire accidents during Diwali.
He objected to the Chief Minister and ministers frequently appealing to Congress leaders not to go to courts against irrigation projects.
While Dhanteras celebrations involve merry making and feasts, the idea that health is the true wealth is forgotten.
Most South Indians had taken leave for Dasara, which is why not many are taking a longer break for Diwali.
Revanth Reddy denied joining the Congress when he spoke to mediapersons in Delhi, and termed the reports baseless.
Careless contractors risk sum spent by GHMC for road repairing.
Centre has also constituted a committee to curb such marriage.
The judge said these were prima facie observations which require attention from law-making authorities.
Hostel authorities warned for not sending students home.
Genco is generating about 29 million units hydel from the two projects.
Tollfree number established so farmers can lodge complaints.