Karimnagar: Police have been put on high alert in the wake of Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao’s scheduled visit to interior areas to inspect irrigation projects on river Godavari.
Recently, the Maharashtra police has encountered seven Maoists including five women, near Kalled village in Aheri Taluq in Gadichiroli district of the neighbouring state on early Wednesday.
The encounter site is said to be just 50 km from the project sites to be visited by the Chief Minister as part of his two-day visit to inspect project sites.
The female health care workers did better spending six to seven hours on the job against the expected eight hours.
Mr Rao will offer prayers at Sri Venkateswara Swamy Temple, Konaipally village of Nangaganur mandal.
TPCC star campaigner Vijayashanti said that it is not correct to say that the Congress did not allot a ticket to her.
The court also directed the authorities to implement the Centres rule on plastic waste management.
They were on their way to meet the womans relative.
The courts decision to hear the Sabarimala review petitions is appropriate, said law minister.
The Committee under the direction of AICC president Rahul Gandhi is dealing with the unhappy leaders.
Krishank reached Gandhi Bhavan on Tuesday evening and slammed the party for not allotting the ticket to him.
A group of his followers who reached the NTR Trust Bhavan started a protest by raising slogans.
Muslims in Telangana state are upset over the attitude of political parties in fielding Muslim candidates considering their population.
Neither parties managed to fill 33% quota for women candidates yet.
The world is shifting towards Industry 4.0 and Society 5.0, says Sreedevi Devireddy.