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More children falling prey in Jagtial

More children falling prey in Jagtial

Nov 18,2017 , 01:52 AM IST | Warangal Tab
A recent incident where about 20 fifth class students of Jagtial district caught inhaling fevicol and whitener shows the gravity of the situation of both urban and rural children getting addicted to these vices. Earlier to this, a few ninth-class students were found smoking ganja. To get the kick, children put a little quantity of fevicol in a cover, blow air into it and will inhale. This gives
Brown planthopper dashes hopes of paddy farmers

Brown planthopper dashes hopes of paddy farmers

Nov 09,2017 , 12:40 AM IST | Warangal Tab
Brown planthopper that feeds on rice plants has damaged 60 per cent of paddy crops, ready for harvesting, in the erstwhile united Karimnagar district, throwing the paddy farmers into severe financial crisis.
Traders continue to loot cotton farmers

Traders continue to loot cotton farmers

Nov 04,2017 , 12:52 AM IST | Warangal Tab
The anguished farmers, for being exploited by private traders and for the apathy of the State government, started a new way to vent out their agony by displaying the extent of loss they incurred due to the unfair prices offered at the market yard.
Sircilla weavers pin hopes on orders from TN, Kerala

Sircilla weavers pin hopes on orders from TN, Kerala

Oct 17,2017 , 02:06 AM IST | Telangana
Golden days are ahead for weaver of the town as their hands are going to be full with work because of orders for weaving dhotis and sarees from Tamil Nadu and Kerala for the Pongal and Onam festival. The weavers, after suffering from financial problems and going through the suicide trend, celebrated the recent Dasara happily because of increasing earnings.
Action against sand mafia intensified

Action against sand mafia intensified

Aug 19,2017 , 01:21 AM IST | Hans
After the Nerella incident, officials have intensified action against hundreds of trucks with overloads of sand. They are focusing attention on illegal sand transportation and overload of vehicles. They have seized 427 sand dumps following raids earning about Rs. one crore to the State exchequer.
4 held for duping jobless youth in Karimnagar

4 held for duping jobless youth in Karimnagar

Jul 07,2017 , 11:54 PM IST | Hans
It is very common for the fraudsters to cheat unemployed youth and the gullible youth to fall prey to such cheaters. Normally their modus operandi will be to offer a job to unemployed youth for a price, give them fake appointment letters and disappear from the scene.
Minister Eatala livid over noncooperation of contractors

Minister Eatala livid over noncooperation of contractors

Jun 23,2017 , 12:18 AM IST | Hans
Finance Minister Eatala Rajender on Thursday gave vent to his impatience against the contractors for not cooperating with the government in execution of double-bedroom houses in the district. 
Don’t use mobile phones in classrooms: K Srihari

Don’t use mobile phones in classrooms: K Srihari

Jun 23,2017 , 12:10 AM IST | Hans
The Deputy Chief Minister, K Srihari, has cautioned the government school teachers against using mobile phones in class rooms during the school working hours. 
Farmers who parted with lands for SRSP project in a fix

Farmers who parted with lands for SRSP project in a fix

Jun 15,2017 , 02:10 AM IST | Hans
Hundreds of farmers of Vempet village in Metpalli mandal find themselves in a helpless situation for the past four decades and have been facing insults from their sons-in-law as they were not able to transfer the land promised as dowry to their daughters and granddaughters. Moreover, they cannot take loans against them sell them thanks to the tricks of the Sri Ram Sagar Project officials. 
Strike throws Satavahana University into chaos

Strike throws Satavahana University into chaos

Feb 14,2017 , 03:57 AM IST | Telangana
The Satavahana University is in chaos with contract teaching staff stepping up their pen-down strike seeking regularization of their services. 
Sircilla: Single toilet for over 300 female staff?

Sircilla: Single toilet for over 300 female staff?

Feb 04,2017 , 01:52 AM IST | Hans
While the government is keen on implementing ‘Swachh Bharat’ and vowed to construct one toilet for a family of four persons, the 300-odd women employees in the government office at Lower Manair Dam (LMD) area, on the outskirts of Karimnagar have only one toilet. 
11 families face social boycott

11 families face social boycott

Jan 03,2017 , 04:24 AM IST | Hans
Following the village elders’ restrictions, none of the villagers are neither speaking with the members of boycotted families nor selling them essential commodities.The families resorted to court in order to protect their lands from a few persons belonging to their own community. The four acres of land in question lies in a hilly area in their ancestral village. 
Rough road ahead of new civic chief

Rough road ahead of new civic chief

Dec 20,2016 , 02:49 AM IST | Warangal Tab
The style of functioning of the Corporation is akin to laying roads and relaying. While the Corporation is working on another road, the road laid earlier will get damaged within a year exposing stones beneath the surface. 
Rough road ahead of new civic chief

Rough road ahead of new civic chief

Dec 20,2016 , 02:49 AM IST | Warangal Tab
The style of functioning of the Corporation is akin to laying roads and relaying. While the Corporation is working on another road, the road laid earlier will get damaged within a year exposing stones beneath the surface. 
A village with no bus service

A village with no bus service

Nov 24,2016 , 03:22 AM IST | Telangana
Angal village, which is just 35 km away from the newly-formed district Siricilla, has no bus service. Angal is at a stone’s throw distance from its mandal headquarters Chandurty. 
Mission Bhageeratha works stalled

Mission Bhageeratha works stalled

Nov 19,2016 , 02:50 AM IST | Telangana
The construction of tanks and filter beds at various places all over the district has virtually come to a standstill. At some places they are progressing at a snail’s pace.
Land registrations fall in Telangana

Land registrations fall in Telangana

Nov 16,2016 , 02:37 AM IST | Hans
The drop in registration affected the business and livelihood of photocopying centers, document writers and stamp vendors whose activity is linked to property registration in addition to the public exchequer. 
Touts working overtime to help traders in black money conversion

Touts working overtime to help traders in black money conversion

Nov 15,2016 , 01:40 AM IST | Hans
Unable to take black money to cities like Hyderabad and Bengaluru for security reasons, petty traders of Karimnagar, Peddapalli and Jagtial, whose black money savings ranging from Rs 10 lakh to Rs one crore, were allegedly availing services of commission agents, who charge 20-35 per cent, to get it converted to white. 
Welfare schemes must reach all beneficiaries: Minister Eatala

Welfare schemes must reach all beneficiaries: Minister Eatala

Nov 10,2016 , 12:52 AM IST | Hans
The welfare schemes introduced by the Telangana government must reach to each and every eligible person, which helps them to grow economically and socially, said Finance Minister Eatala Rajendar here on Wednesday.
Sleeper cells in Karimnagar keep cops on tenterhooks

Sleeper cells in Karimnagar keep cops on tenterhooks

Nov 06,2016 , 03:43 AM IST | Telangana
A recent incident of a letter threatening to kill a local political leader is creating flutter among the police circles now. Surprisingly, the letter was sent to the police.
MLA responds to story on students woes

MLA responds to story on students woes

Oct 22,2016 , 02:28 AM IST | Hans
Local MLA Gangula Kamalakar on Friday responded to the story carried by The Hans India/HMTV on the hardship being faced by the students of Ramnagar government school after being forced to stay in dirty water. 
Mischief-mongers keep cops on their toes

Mischief-mongers keep cops on their toes

Oct 21,2016 , 01:50 AM IST | Telangana
Mischief-mongers are giving head-ache to the new police commissionerate here. They indulge in objectionable activities like bike-racing, damaging glass panes of parked cars, including the glass panes of a circle inspector’s vehicle, stealing petrol from parked two-wheelers and so on. 
No one to care for holy cows at Vemulawada

No one to care for holy cows at Vemulawada

Jun 01,2016 , 12:18 AM IST | Telangana
It is a common practice for devotees of Sri Raja Rajeswara temple to offer young oxen, a unique feature in the country itself, to fulfil their desires and wishes. Of late these preferred animals are facing a tough time as none are ready to offer treatment even when they are suffering from injuries.