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State news headlines on July 23, 2013

July 23, 2014
Hyderabad

KCR releases funds for Gazwel
HYDERABAD: Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhara Rao released Rs.25 crores for his own constituency Gazwel Area Development authority.

ACB arrests Nagaram sarpanch
HYDERABAD: Prammela Goud , Nagaram sarpanch of Tharoor mandal of Ranga Reddy was arrested while accepting a bribe of Rs.25,000 from a contractor.

No roads for 1500 villages’, says Mahinder Reddy
TANDUR: Transport Minister Mahinder Reddy said that there were no roads for 1500 villages in the State. Participating in the Munciapl committee meeting on Wednesday, he said that the government would lay roads and introduce bus services. He said that 31 RTC depots would come up across the State and 8 are already in process.

Relay hunger strikes at OU
HYDERABAD: Protesting against regularization of contact workers, the OU students under the banner OU Vidhyardi observed ‘relay hunger’ strikes. They demanded immediate release of white paper after verification of vacancies in all government wings. They demanded immediate notification of Gazetted officers’ appointments. However, they said that they are not against regularizing of fourth category employees. TNSF, ABVP and other organizations participated.

‘IIIT with a big incubator will be established’, KTR
HYDERABAD: The IT Minister KT Rama Rao said that the government would establish IIIT with a big incubator in the city. Participating as a chie guest at a function organized on ‘Vision for Telangana’, he said that Hyderabad is congenial place for establishing industries. He said that TRS had got clear vision on industries and would support the industrialists in all ways.

TPCC chief Ponnala Lakshmaih demands immediate loan waiver
HYDERABAD: TPCC president Ponnala Lakshmiah speaking to media on Wednesday demanded immediate implementation of Loan waiver in the State. He said that 76 farmers have committed suicides in the State and wanted the government not to delay implementation.

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