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State news headlines on July 21, 2013

July 21, 2014
Hyderabad

KCR announces incentive to Sania Mirza<
HYDERABAD: Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhara Rao announced Rs.1 crore as incentive for her training. This amount is meant for utilization of her training needs for her US open Tennis Championship.

Navy urges KCR for land to establish Navy Base Camp<
HYDERABAD: East Naval Commandant Satish Sony appealed Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhara Rao for giving temple disputed land to create Naval Base Camp. He met the Chief Minister who responded to the appeal. Satish Sony said that the Naval Base camp would be established at Viakrabad in Ranga Reddy district.

Congress for MPs condemns lathi charge on OU students
HYDERABAD: Former Congress MPs Madhu Yashki, Vivek, Rajaiah, Ponnam Prabhakar condemned the lathi charge on the Osmania University students terming their agitation is justified. They reminded the TRS leaders not to forget that Telangana State was formed as a result of the students agitations.

Government suggests Akbaruddin Owaisi not to visit
HYDERABAD: Maharashtra police have suggested MIM MLA Akbaruddin Owaisi not to visit Maharashtra on June 23 to participate in a public meeting. Thane Police Commissioner has sent notices to him as the situation there is not congenial.

Supreme Court dismisses PIL on Lawyers’ agitation
NEW DELHI: The Supreme court on Monday dismissed a Public Inerest Litigation petition filed challenging the participation of advocates in the agitations on separate State for Telangana since the process was already completed.

Osmania University arrested
HYDERABAD: Osmania University students staged agitation at the university campus following the IT Minister KT Rama Rao visiting the campus. They raised slogans against regularization of contract workers. The police arrested the agitating students.

Srinidhi and Ritish Reddy dead bodies arrives
HYDERABAD: VNR Vignan Jyothi College of Engineering and Technology students Srinidhi and Ritish Reddy were brought to Hyderabad. It may be recalled that the search teams have retried these two bodies yesterday taking the total to 23 bodies recovered. They have yet to trace one body.

• Telangana Government clears proposals for Separate Minority Commission.
• Bonalu Festival comes to close today.
• South West monsoon brings rains to Telangana and Andhra Pradesh
• NMU suspends former General secretary Mohammood
• The Telangana Major Irrigation Minister Harish Rao said that water will be supplied to 20,000 acres of land for Rabi season through Singur project.

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