Hyderabad: On the directions of Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao, government departments are preparing 60-day action plans to resolve the problems that people face in respect of their services.
As a part of this, Telangana State Southern Power Distribution Company (Southern Discom) is conducting a “power week” to solve the energy-related problems facing by the people.
Southern Discom chairman and MD G. Raghuma Reddy said he had directed officials to visit the villages and inspect streetlight loads, provide special phase line for streetlights where needed, repair loose wires, set up new power poles where required, replace damaged power poles among others in coordination with the sarpanches and village secretaries. He asked the officials after visiting the villages to prepare a report the steps to be taken and required equipment and material by August 23.
Rao met Mr Trump, exchanged pleasantries while shaking hands, whi-ch was followed by the official dinner.
He asked the people to cooperate with municipality.
He said diverting funds in this manner was a criminal offence.
Minister says Owaisi making allegations with TRS support.
Political circles waiting to see if Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao will send his daughter and former MP K. Kavitha to the Rajya Sabha.
Soon you can also get Metro every 2.5 minutes.
TSBIE officials said intermediate students have already finished their pre-final exams.
.The survey is part of an action plan for making the city beggar free.
GHMC makes no effort to clean the Begumpet drain.
With the request of the state government to hear the cases soon, the bench on Tuesday said that it will hear the petitions on March 3.
Elsewhere, the University of Hyderabad Students Union also gave a statement condemning the violence in Delhi.
As per the rule, 15 per cent of vacancies should be reserved for SCs and six per cent for STs.