Gate of Musi River was Lifted Due to Overflow

      On Monday Morning,Musi river gate was lifted as the water level touched the maximum storage level due to increasing inflow.

    The officials of Irrigation Department  decided to lift the gate as the water level in the Musi project reached to 644.60 feet against the maximum level of 645 feet.

     Nakrekal MLA Vemula Veeresham pressed the control board’s switch to lift a gate of Musi project at 11 am.

     With this 1,300 Cusecs of water was released to downstream by lifting the gate up to 2 feet.

Carry Aadhar to Enter pub in Hyderabad

        Many like to go to Pub in weekends,holydays and for doing parties.But from now onwards it won’t be easy to Hop into a pub and to knock down after drinks. The Prohibition and Excise Department has made identity cards  particularly Aadhar cards which is mandatory if one has to be served in pubs in the city.

Woman Cheats Her 3 Husbands

       A Women was arrested  by Vanasthalipuram police on charges of cheating  who filed a complaint of dowry harassment against her 3rd husband.

      C. Saritha, 37, a homoeopath was arrested  after her husband, Prakash Rao, filed a counter complaint against her  showing that he had not harassed her for dowry and  she had filed similar complaints against her former husbands and withdraws  these complaints after the agreement of  financial settlements.

Return of Hyderabad youth after 14 months of torture in Saudi Arabia

      Syed Sadiq aged  22 of Talab Katta had gone to Saudi Arabia 14 months ago with an aim to help his family financially but he was not aware that he had to go through a long nightmare there in the desert.

    Sadiq’s Kafil had locked him at his farm house situated 400 kilometres away from the capital city of Riyadh. He had to sleep with camels there with no proper food to eat.

Bathukamma Sarees Distribution in Telangana

On Monday, Bathukamma Sarees Distribution has been launched by ministers and elected representatives across Telangana State. As per directions of Chief Minister K.ChandhraShekar Rao,around 1,04,47,610 sarees worth Rs 222 crore will distributed to eligible women across the State and this will continue  upto September 20,among this around 52 lakh sarees were procured from Telangana weavers by providing employment to weavers in Telangana State.

Six Family Members Death in Suryapet

     On September18,Six members of a family committed suicide by consuming pesticide at Mamillagadda,Suryapet town due to Financial Problems.

    There were 2 women and 2 children among the victims.The victims were identified as Kasthuri Janardhan (55), Chandrakala (50), Ashok (25), Prabhatha(30), Sriri(5) and Ruthwika (20).

    Kasthuri Suresh, son of Janardhan, was doing business of computer hardware services at Suryapet and borrowed money for his business. As he incurred losses in the business, he fled away.

TSRTC Introduces Late Hour Bus Trips

The Telangana State Road Transport Corporation(TSRTC) has introduced late hour bus trips for the convenience of  Passengers in some of the high density corridors.

This decision was taken after survey and   passengers  complaints on the need for late hour trips for those who heading home late in the night

The Greater Hyderabad Zone of  RTC carried out the traffic survey in high density corridords of the city including  Hayathnagar,NGOs Colony,ECIL x roads, Kushaiguda, Jeedimetla, Koti, Kondapur, Secunderabad, Miyapur, Lingampally, Mehdipatnam and Uppal.

Arrangements for Upcoming Festivities across the City

The police are making elaborate arrangements across the city  for upcoming festivities like  Muharram,Bathukamma, Dasara and also Sikh processions.

     A total of 5,000 police officers would be deployed in the city of  about 4000 personnel will be posted in south zone for the settlement  arrangements to cover all the events including  the main procession of  Bibi Ka Alawa ,the elephant procession slated for October 10.

Poposal for Medaram Jatara as a National Festival


       Deputy Chief Minister Kadiam Srihari said that the State government would urge the Central government  to declare the Medaram Sammakka-Saralamma biennial Jatara as the ‘national festival’. 

       More than 1 crore devotees are expected to participate in this Jatara which is scheduled to be held from January 31 to February 3, 2018 at Medaram in the newly created Bhupalpally district for the first time.

       On Friday,Srihari has conducted a review meeting to know over the arrangements  at ITDA guest house at Medaram . 

Telangana Government is going to Announce a Policy on Electric Vehicle Adoption

        The Telangana government is going to announce a policy on electric vehicle adoption by end of this year while central vision of Making India with all electric passenger car market by 2030.The government has been working on this policy from the last 4 to 5 months by consulting corporates, experts and innovators working in this space.