Revanth Reddy attacks state, center
Hyderabad, Nov.18 (Maxim News): TPCC Chief president A. Revanth Reddy today attacked state and central governments over the issue of the procurement of paddy from the farmers of Telangana.
Speaking to media persons, he said that they were demanding both State and central governments to provide minimum support price to the farmers. Targeting Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao he asked the CM if he would hold dharna at Indira park by keeping ACs around him? He asked the CM to visit the paddy fields to fight on behalf of the farmers of the state of visit the family members of those farmers who committed suicides.
He asked rival BJP leaders Bandi Sanjay Kumar and Union Minister Kishan Reddy to former prime minister Narendra modi on the issue . He said that the congress party would hold a massive agitation program from November 19 to 23 for the farmers of the state .
He said that the party was giving deadline till November 23 of this month and added that the would lay siege around the camp office of the CM Pragathi Bhavan if he did not fulfill their demands. (Maxim News)
Candidates Writing Group-1 Prelims Can Download Their Hall Tickets Now
Hyderabad, June 4 (Maxim News): TSPSC has announced that the candidates can download the hall tickets from today in connection with the re-examination of Group-1 prelims which was canceled due to paper leakages.
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Students should Embrace the Subject Diversity for Excellence in Education: Pramath Raj Sinha
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Amchoor Price Hit An All Time High In Nizamabad
Nizamabad/Hyderabad, June 3 (Maxim News): The price of dried mangoes used in making Amchoor has witnessed a significant surge at the Nizamabad market yard. A quintal of dried mangoes is now being sold for Rs. 38,000.
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