Author : Paruvella Satyanarayana


Farmers fight an unending battle

Farmers fight an unending battle

May 31,2017 , 01:59 AM IST | Hans
From the day one of purchasing seeds to sowing, cultivating, harvesting and selling the yield to getting the amount credited into their accounts, the farmers have to cross several hurdles.
Fishermen receive a shot in the arm from Telangana govt

Fishermen receive a shot in the arm from Telangana govt

May 16,2017 , 01:26 AM IST | Hans
Giving a shot in the arm to fishermen community, the State government has initiated a series of measures like releasing funds for community bhavans, production of fish seedlings in modern methods, supply of nets on subsidy and vehicles to transport fish, release of fish seed in 108 tanks in Mancherial district and drawing up plans to encourage cage culture in Yellampalli reservoir. 
Farmers express concern over delay in shifting paddy

Farmers express concern over delay in shifting paddy

May 12,2017 , 11:01 PM IST | Hans
This is another example for never ending woes of farming community. Right from the sowing, a farmer has to face several hardships till he gets remunerative price for the produce. The final and crucial stage is to sell his crop produce. 
Ryots seek smooth paddy lifting operations

Ryots seek smooth paddy lifting operations

May 10,2017 , 01:44 AM IST | Hans
Not one or two, the paddy farmers are facing several problems like delay in depositing the proceeds of the sale into their bank accounts, lack of coordination among officials, threat of paddy kept at purchase centers getting wet due to rains and delay in lifting paddy from them. 
Villagers doubt, officials assure

Villagers doubt, officials assure

Apr 18,2017 , 12:44 AM IST | Hans
Though the officials have been executing the works of laying drinking water pipelines in 41 habitats in the mandal on a war-footing, under Mission Bhagiratha scheme at a cost of Rs 19.36 crore, the villagers doubt they could not get drinking water supply during the current summer season. 
Anganwadi centres run sans power, toilets

Anganwadi centres run sans power, toilets

Mar 29,2017 , 01:49 AM IST | Hans
No power supply, leaking roofs, lack of other basic facilities are the condition of the buildings in which anganwadi centres are housed. The rents of these buildings are in lakhs of rupees but sans facilities. 
Luxettipet petrol station to be run by prisoners

Luxettipet petrol station to be run by prisoners

Mar 22,2017 , 01:55 AM IST | Hans
A proposal to start a petrol filling station on the outskirts of the town has been submitted to the department, Sub-jailor Ganesh told The Hans India. He said the station would be operated by the inmates of the local sub-jail and is awaiting the approval of the department.  
Rotten meat making people sick

Rotten meat making people sick

Mar 14,2017 , 02:37 AM IST | Hans
Butchers selling goat and sheep mutton are making huge profits while the people are falling ill after eating the same mutton. This is apparent from the muttons shops at Karimnagar X roads and old bus shelter here. The vendors are selling mutton that was exposed to flies, dust and which is rotten. People, who buy meat from here, are being prone to diseases such as malaria and typhoid. 
RBSK team visits Govt Jr College

RBSK team visits Govt Jr College

Feb 14,2017 , 02:34 AM IST | Hans
In response to a story published in The Hans India on February 10 on the administration’s failure to conduct health camps in hostels during the last one year since the launch of Rashtriya Bal Swasthya Karyakram (RBSK) in January 2016, a team of RBSK on Monday visited the local government junior college. It focused on the personal hygiene of the students. 
Price of old fine rice hits the roof in Mancherial district

Price of old fine rice hits the roof in Mancherial district

Feb 01,2017 , 01:37 AM IST | Hans
Price of old fine rice across Mancherial district has virtually hit the roof with a rise of Rs 200 a quintal, thus making it beyond the reach of common man.