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State news headlines on August 5, 2014

August 5, 2014
Hyderabad

No injustice will be done to Telangana students in EAMCET counselling
HYDERABAD: Minister for Education Jagadeeshwar Reddy said that the government will take steps to do justice to Telangana students in EAMCET counselling. He said that the government welcomes the Supreme Court decision and will respond after a copy is received from the court. He expressed the hope that the apex court will take into consideration of the government plea.

Karimnagar Municipal Commissioner transferred
HYDERABAD: The State Government on Tuesday transferred Karimnagar Municipal Commissioner Ramesh and Balaji Rao was posted in his place. Balaji Rao is currently working as Sub-Collector, Jagityala.

Tummala Papireddy appointed as TSCHE
HYDERABAD: Telangana State Government has on Tuesday issued orders appoint Tummala Papireddy as the Chairman of Telangana State Council for Higher Education. It may be recalled that the Telangana Government has constituted TSCHE following dispute with APSCHE over conduct of EAMCET counselling.

Nizam Sugars General Manager commits suicide
HYDERABAD:The Nizam Sugar Factory General Manager Sharma committed suicide by hanging on a ceiling fan at his office.

Gitanjali film director gets heart attack
HYDERABAD: The ‘Geetanjali’ movie director Raj Kiran on Tuesday received heart attack and was shifted to a private hospital. He sustained heart attack following the delay of the movie release. The comedian Srinivasa Reddy plays hero role while is produced by MVV Satyanarayana.

Kishan Reddy appointed as TBJP president
SANGAREDDY: BJP national general secretary Jagat Prakash announced the selection of Gangapuram Kishan Reddy as the president of Telangna BJP unit at BJP Telangana State council meeting on Tuesday. Speaking to media later, Kishan Reddy said that the credit of granting AIIMS to the State goes to Narendra Modi Government.

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