[Breaking News] June 11 LIVE Updates: Latest Telangana And Andhra Pradesh News
Breaking News Today, 11 June 2020: The Hans India blog provides you the breaking news from India & the World. You can find all the latest news from...
Breaking News Today, 11 June 2020: The Hans India blog provides you the breaking news from India & the World. You can find all the latest news from Andhra Pradesh and Telangana as they break.
Weather in Hyderabad will be 22 Degree at its lowest and 28 Degree at its highest. Sunrise in Hyderabad will be at 5:41AM and will set at 6:51PM. Humidity in Hyderabad on June 11 will be 98% and Air Quality will be Fair with 22 AQI.
Weather in Vijayawada will be 25 Degree at its lowest and 30 Degree at its highest. Sunrise in Vijayawada will be at 5:34AM and will set at 6:40PM. Humidity in Vijayawada on June 11 will be 86% and Air Quality will be Fair with 31 AQI.
- 11 Jun 2020 1:20 PM GMT
Coronavirus in Anantapur: Coronavirus outbreak in Andhra Pradesh continues with over a hundred cases being reported daily. Meanwhile, five members of a family belonging to Nandalapadu village of Tadipatri town of Anantapur district has been diagnosed as Coronavirus positive. Read Full Story
- 11 Jun 2020 1:19 PM GMT
Hyderabad News: Junior doctors at Gandhi Hospital continued the strike on Thursday which started after an alleged attack on a doctor by a relative of a COVID-19 patient. They submitted a letter to hospital superintendent Dr M Raja Rao about the strike continuation. Read Full Story
- 11 Jun 2020 1:18 PM GMT
Andhra Pradesh News: The weather department has said that the southwest monsoon has reached Andhra Pradesh. It revealed that the monsoon have hit Rayalaseema and Coastal Andhra. Meanwhile, Andhra Pradesh State Disaster Management Commissioner Kannababu said that heavy rains are likely in coastal Andhra due to the low pressure in the Bay of Bengal. Read Full Story
- 11 Jun 2020 1:17 PM GMT
Telangana News: A COVID19 survivor, Punna Reddy has developed an artificial intelligence-based screening system that detects people who have high temperature or those not wearing masks. The system has been installed at Secunderabad and Hyderabad Railway stations.
Telangana: A #COVID19 survivor, Punna Reddy has developed an artificial intelligence based screening system that detects people who have high temperature or those not wearing masks. The system has been installed at Secunderabad and Hyderabad Railway stations. pic.twitter.com/URZk4ytOsm— ANI (@ANI) June 11, 2020
- 11 Jun 2020 1:15 PM GMT
Telangana News: The TRS government has failed to handle coronavirus crisis and is blamed for prompting community transmission in the state. Over 500 coronavirus patients have been discharged from the hospital in the past two days without any final tests, the party said. Read Full Story
- 11 Jun 2020 1:13 PM GMT
Andhra Pradesh News: The Andhra Pradesh cabinet meeting held on Thursday has taken several key decisions. The Cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy ended a while ago, which discussed several draft bills, including the conduction of the Assembly budget session and YSR Cheyutha scheme. Read Full Story
- 11 Jun 2020 1:00 PM GMT
Coronavirus in Telangana: After the police department has seen a rise coronavirus positive cases, DGP Mahender Reddy asked the police officers to leave if suffering from suspected coronavirus symptoms. The notice has been passed to all the districts superintendent of police and the commissioners. Read Full Story
- 11 Jun 2020 10:31 AM GMT
Amitabh Bachchan sends 180 migrant workers home After days of facing uncertainty in Mumbai, there was a sense of relief among the 180 migrant workers who arrived at the airport in Lucknow on Thursday morning by a special flight arranged by Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan. Migrants hailing from Gonda, Ambedkar Nagar, Unnao and other parts in Uttar Pradesh were looking forward to reach their homes. Coming out of the airport after due testing, Abdul Jalil Khan of Gonda who lives in Bandra in Mumbai, said he had boarded the flight with his wife and children.