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Telangana State news headlines on August 12, 2014

August 12, 2014

Dongfang Electric Corporation representatives meet KCR
Dongfang Electric Corporation (DFC) representatives on Tuesday met the Chief Minister K Chandrasekhara Rao. They said that would be a part with the government in creating 650 to 1000 mw of electrical power stations for which the Chief Minister evinced interest.

Private Engineering College managements meet FAST committee
HYDERABAD: The Private Engineering Colleges management has met the Financial Assistance to Students of Telangana (FAST) committee that assured them of taking the issues to the notice of the Chief Minister. They assured the managements to clear off the dues.

Loans up to Rs.1 lakh waived
HYDERABAD: Telangana State Government on Tuesday issued a Government Order waiving all crops loans up to Rs.1 lakh.

Chief Minister release new LOGO
HYDERABAD: Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao on Tuesday released a new Logo for police.

TRS is making unnecessary issues
HYDERABAD: TDP MPs criticized that the Centre is implementing only those in the AP State Reorganization Act and alleged that the TRS is making a fuss out nothing. Speaking to press on Tuesday they said these two States will become light in the eyes of the Centre and wanted to stop the Integrated Survey being held on August 19. They wanted the both the Governments to work together for the good of the people.

Chandrasekhar Rao clears special increments file
HYDERABAD: The Chief Minister on Tuesday cleared the file of Special Increments given to Telangana employees and will be paid along with the salaries payable for the month of August , 2014.

TBJP president fires on Chandrasekhar Rao
HYDERABAD: Telangana BJP unit president Kishan Reddy on Tuesday fired on the Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao. He alleged that TRS is working at the behest of MIM. He said that the BJP despite many pressures could get the AP State Reorganization Bill passed in Parliament. He said that new issues cannot be included in the Bill except only with the consensus of all parties in Parliament that KCR is well aware of’, he said.

Government gives green signal for recruitment of 3600 posts in Police department
HYDERABAD: Telangana Deputy Chief Minister Rajaiah said that the government has given a green signal for recruitment of 3600 posts in the Police Department and a notification will be issued shortly. He said that Rs.350 crores were allotted for maintenance of law and order. He said that principal capital will be given to Dalits along with lands. Rajaiah said that the Government is committed to its promises. With the loan waiver, 40 lakh farmers would be benefitted. He said that the government would regularize all contract employees and job security will be given to another 22,000 employees.

Film industry problems will be solved’, says KTR
HYDERABAD: IT Minister KT Rama Rao speaking to press on Tuesday said that all the problems the film industry is facing will be solved and the government would extend cooperation for their development. He wanted the Film Industry should grow in Hyderabad. He assured that Film City will be constructed in 2000 acres of land.

Hyderabad city would be developed as the most efficient city in both hard ware and software fields. He inaugurated the new premises of Sarvesaia India P Ltd., on Tuesday. Speaking on the occasion, he assured that all possible help would be extended in the field.

Playboy clubs permitted in united Andhra Pradesh’, says Cyberabad Commissioner
HYDERABAD: Cyberabad Police Commissioner CV Anand said that permissions were granted for Playboy clubs during united Andhra Pradesh. He said that permissions were granted on 21 conditions and told them not to employ women staff. He reminded that nude, semi nude dances, posters if present, the permissions will be cancelled’, he said.

Private Engineering Colleges wants the government to clear their dues
HYDERABAD: Private engineering Colleges managements have urged the Government to clear off their dues before the end of this month. They said that for the academic year 2014-15 they wanted the fees to be paid to them on the day of the student admission. They said that Rs.1360 crores are due to them by Telangana government only.


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