Author : vivek bhoomi


Shaky school building poses threat to lives of students

Shaky school building poses threat to lives of students

Jan 29,2017 , 03:44 AM IST | Telangana
The governments time and again celebrate Women’s Day, Girl Child Day, Mothers’ Day and such to empower women in the country, while politicians leave no stone unturned to make big claims of the efforts they are putting in to make sure the government schemes are successful.
Sangareddy dist shows the way

Sangareddy dist shows the way

Jan 11,2017 , 06:00 AM IST | Telangana
Taking administration to people’s doorstep was one of the principal objectives of the reorganisation of districts in the State. 
Faulty execution pushes NREGS off-track

Faulty execution pushes NREGS off-track

Jan 07,2017 , 05:11 AM IST | Telangana
It is that time of the year when the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGS) works are supposed to start in rural areas. 
Ibrahimpur sets a benchmark

Ibrahimpur sets a benchmark

Dec 28,2016 , 02:57 AM IST | Telangana
Ibrahimpur has gone a long way from being a Naxal bastion to transforming into a model village for sustainable development. It all started with a genuine endeavour by the villagers to transform their village as a model village. 
Throwback to ancient Telangana

Throwback to ancient Telangana

Nov 28,2016 , 04:49 AM IST | Telangana
Among other things, its exhibits throw light on the roots of Buddhism among the people of the Telangana region during the era of the Satavahana dynasty, which ruled for more than 4 centuries between 2nd century BC and 3rd century AD.
Kharamungi: Vestige of feudal past

Kharamungi: Vestige of feudal past

Nov 25,2016 , 05:39 AM IST | Commoner
Krista Kumari is in Class X of a Kannada medium school in Bidar. She studied in Kannada medium till Class IX at ZHPS Kharamungi, her native village. 
Child migrants lose childhood to hard labour

Child migrants lose childhood to hard labour

Nov 25,2016 , 05:06 AM IST | Telangana
The migration of people from Narayankhed looking for work elsewhere has begun, with a cavalcade of bullock carts, carrying children and elders everywhere on the highways of Sangareddy district. 
Monkeys invade Medak, Siddipet

Monkeys invade Medak, Siddipet

Oct 27,2016 , 01:37 AM IST | Hans
Large-scale deforestation and mining has resulted in monkeys leaving their natural habitat in large numbers and entering human habitations across Medak and Siddipet districts. In search of food, which is not available in the ever-decreasing forest cover, these simians have been migrating to villages and towns.
New Medak dist brings fair power to the fore

New Medak dist brings fair power to the fore

Oct 14,2016 , 04:38 AM IST | Telangana
Formation of new Medak district is not only historical because of the long-cherished dream of the people was fulfilled, but also because women have occupied top slots  in the new district.
Contaminated water plagues Medak hamlets

Contaminated water plagues Medak hamlets

Sep 14,2016 , 03:58 AM IST | Telangana
In a morbid development, water contamination has been causing serious illnesses among people of Medak district for the past few days. Over the weekend, it has caused two deaths and at least 50 people have been reportedly admitted to various hospitals across the district.
A govt hospital blazes new trails

A govt hospital blazes new trails

Apr 29,2016 , 03:12 AM IST | Telangana
At a time when people are more inclined towards getting their babies delivered in private corporate hospitals despite exorbitant medical bills, at least there is one case where private hospitals are referring unhealthy newborns to the Special Care Newborn Unit (SCNU) at Sangareddy Government Hospital, which has successfully been offering secondary-level support to newborns.
Dry tribal villages of Medak cry for water

Dry tribal villages of Medak cry for water

Apr 20,2016 , 03:54 AM IST | Telangana
Tribal villages and Tandas in the district are facing the heat of severe water shortage under the prevailed drought conditions. Borewells in most of the villages in district have already gone dry and villagers are struggling to find water even for their daily needs.  
Buying fodder a costly affair here

Buying fodder a costly affair here

Apr 18,2016 , 03:17 AM IST | Telangana
Fodder has become an unaffordable commodity in Medak district and the worst affected due to the current drought are farm animals. Bovine animals, sheep, goats and chicken are in severe distress across the district.