Besides the massive setback with the failure of Chandrayaan-2, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) gained millions of fandom across the globe for taking such a bold and challenging move. While the prestigious organisation is coping up with the lessons learnt from the failure, ISRO ramped up towards creating its own moon..! Not literally, but on a discursive way. ISRO … [Read more...] about Made in India Moon, ISRO embarks on new chapter
In the wake of raising concerns over the precautions taken by the frontline workers like doctors, nurses and police officials, A 37-year-old constable working at Kuslumpura police station in the city succumbed to coronavirus on Wednesday night at Gandhi Hospital. Happened to be the first corona death in the department, the 37-year-old Dayakar Reddy from Nalgonda who is serving … [Read more...] about Hyd cop succumbs to Corona, dept on high alert
Days after which the Telangana government welcomed criticism over instructing the health officials not to collect samples for COVID-19 testing from bodies, High court on Thursday gave a jolt to KCR and team. Expressing discontent over the state government, the Telangana High Court instructed the health authorities to conduct Corona tests on dead bodies as well. Challenging the … [Read more...] about Corona tests on dead bodies: HC shocks T-Govt
May electricity bill in Andhra Pradesh has now become no less than a puzzle while the consumers falling in all slabs low to high are raising concerns. A couple of dharnas were also registered against the electricity department over the inflated power tariff. Upon which the electricity department has decided to write letters to all 1.45 crore consumers in the state to dispel … [Read more...] about Electricity Bills Hassle: AP Govt takes crucial decision
Days after LG Polymers gas leak incident in Vizag stirred up the controversy over the safety measures, the South Korean chemicals giant has sent an eight-member team from Seoul to investigate the Visakhapatnam gas leak incident and rehabilitate the victims of the tragedy. The multidisciplinary team that has already arrived in Visakhapatnam on Wednesday would visit the plant … [Read more...] about South Korean team to probe into LG gas leak incident
Migrant daily wagers who flee to other states for livelihood have been the worst affected by the lockdown called by the Prime Minister due to the corona pandemic. While lakhs of migrants were taking to the highways to walk hundreds of kilometres to reach their homes, many were still stuck struggling to meet the ends. Amidst which, a shocking video surfaced only where a group … [Read more...] about Stranded Odiya migrant hangs to death on record
Lending a helping hand to the struggling farmers through ‘Rythu Bandhu’ is one of the poll promises made by the TRS supremo and State Chief Minister KCR who ‘apparently’ kept up with his promise. Why apparently is that the state government dropped a piece of shocking news which has been taking the farming community to some serious debates. In a recent revelation, KCR declared … [Read more...] about ‘Rythu Bandhu’ turns a bane…!
Things are not the same in Telangana, one of the states which draw major revenues from liquor sale. Though the state government remained sceptical over opening the sales, the centre’s assurance seems to work well after which the state raised the bars for the retail liquor shops. Despite the lockdown and social distancing norms across the state, the state has been reportedly … [Read more...] about T-Govt hits the jackpot..!
While the country is at doldrums with the plummeting economy and increasing corona cases, a committee designated by the central government welcomed criticism with its recent decision. Giving a nod to the construction of the Rs 922 crore-worth new Parliament building, the environment ministry’s Expert Appraisal committee cleared the controversial project in its April 22-24 … [Read more...] about Amid crisis..Rs. 922 Cr new parliament complex gets a nod
A day after a special train was flagged off from Lingampally in Telangana for Hatia in Jharkhand, the Union home ministry said on Saturday gave a green nod to Indian Railways which started six special passenger trains across the country. Six “Shramik (worker) special" trains, carrying migrants, students and others stranded by the coronavirus lockdown, departed from … [Read more...] about Six ‘Shramik Special Trains’ on Track..!