R-Day celebrations set to be muted as virus marches on
The Times of India Hyderabad|January 26, 2022
Street children hold the national flag at Paradise Junction
Mungara Sunil

Hyderabad: Republic Day celebrations in the city will be a low-key affair on Wednesday. The Telangana government was supposed to hold the celebrations at Public Gardens, Nampally, but in view of the pandemic, and restrictions on mass gathering, it will not do so now.

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