Hyderabad: Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao on Friday instructed the officials to organise training programmes for the sarpanchs and upasarpanchs elected in the ongoing panchayat elections to help them in shaping the villages.
Mr Rao asked the officials to involve the Telangana Rural Development Institute, Administrative Staff College of India, MCRHRD institute of Telangana and other similar organisations in the training.
The CM also laid stress on developing greenery and sanitation in villages and explaining to the elected representatives the Panchayat Raj Act.
Mr Srinivasa Reddys candidature was proposed by the Chief Minister and leaders of all parties supported it.
Seven city flyovers structurally unsound.
The first sitting was chaired by pro tem Speaker Mumtaz Ahmed Khan of the Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen.
The Governor said, I hope in my lifetime this conference will be held and there will be standardisation of costs.
The incident took place at Pandlapuram in Nandivargam police station limits early on Thursday.
Two persons, V. Ramakrishna and his live-in partner C. Mahalakshmi, were arrested as part of the fraud.
Cops recover Rs 90 lakh cash, 8 others absconding.
It will showcase four models on a 50-feet platform. The models include Su-30MKI and Tejas.
Sources said the toll plaza staff ignored the order and were allowing motorists to pass only after they paid the fee.
The students marched to Velivada at the North Shopping Complex and held the programme there.
The gang drilled a hole in the pipeline, installed an electric motor and fixed a hose to pilfer the diesel.
The CLP meeting passed a unanimous resolution authorising Congress president Rahul Gandhi to select the CLP leader.