Cyberabad Police Pay Tributes to Prof. Jayashankar
Hyderabad, Aug.6 (Maxim News): Commissioner of Police, Cyberabad, Stephen Raveendra, paid rich tributes to Telangana ideologue Prof. Jayashankar on his 89th birth anniversary at Cyberabad CP Office.
The CP garlanded the photo of Prof. Jayashankar and paid floral tributes to him. Along with CP, all the Cyberabad police staff also paid floral tributes. CP recalled the yeoman’s services rendered by Prof. Jayashankar and future generations would remember his great contribution and services. The CP said Prof. Jayashankar fought for separate Telangana statehood selflessly. He urged the youngsters, scientists, and researchers to take inspiration from Prof. Jayashakar for the betterment of the farmers in the State.
Commissioner of Police Cyberabad Stephen Raveendra, IPS, Jt. CP Avinash Mohanty, IPS, Cyberabad DCP Crimes Kalmeshwar, IPS, Cyberabad DCP Traffic Srinivas Rao, IPS, Estate Officer Mattiah, and other staff were present. (Maxim News)
Telangana Rains: Yellow Alert On March 24 and 25
Telangana Rains | Hyderabad, March 23: The Meteorological Department has advised farmers to be alert as rains are likely to occur across the state on Friday and Saturday.
Mahmood Ali Seeks Support For KCR
Hyderabad, March 22 (Maxim News): In view of the prevailing situation in the country in which the communal forces BJP and RSS have become a threat to the secular parties and leaders, Minister for Home, Mohd. Mahmood Ali has appealed to the people to support and strengthen the most scholarly leader Chief Minister K.Chandrasekhar Rao.
International Border On High Alert
Delhi/Hyderabad, March 21 (Maxim News): The Centre sent a message to the Border Security Force (BSF) and the Sashstra Seema Bal (SSB) after considering the possibility that Amritpal singh, the leader of the Waris Punjab De, might flee the country. As a result, International borders with Nepal and Pakistan among other countries have been placed on high alert.
SIT Issued Notices To 30 TSPSC Employees In The Paper Leak Case
Hyderabad, March, 22 (Maxim News): In the case of the TSPSC question paper leakage case, the SIT has issued notices to 30 employees working in the office to come for investigation. Those who are close to Praveen and Rajasekhar will be interrogated
TPCC Minorities’ Dept plans mass contact programme during Ramzan
Hyderabad, March 22: Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC) Minorities Dept Chairman Shaik Abdullah Sohail on Wednesday announced directed the district units of the Minorities Dept to intensify their activities in view of forthcoming Assembly elections.
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