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Exams Must Be Conducted Both Online & Offline: Parents
Even as the state announced that physical classes for classes 9 and above will start from February 1, parents said that examinations should be conducted in both online and offline mode.
CoWin Glitch: Vaccination Sites At Pvt Hosps On Hold
While the stage is set for Covid-19 vaccine rollout in the state, owing to glitches in the CoWin software, the vaccination drive at private hospital centres has been put on hold for the first day. The state government had identified 40 such centres across the state and 99 government centres for the rollout on day one.
Experts Question Govt Vax Purchase Price, Say It's High
Nobody Giving For Under ₹200, Says Poonawalla
Gang Of Dacoits Busted, Property Worth Lakhs Seized
Gang Nabbed Based On CCTV Footage
Pits Dug On Periphery Threat To Chowmahalla Palace
Unauthorised constructions and excavations in and around Chowmahalla Palace continue to be taken up in a brazen manner in violation of heritage rules.
SC Fumes As Farm Unions' Counsel Skip Meet
Four well-known lawyers - Dushyant Dave, Prashant Bhushan, Colin Gonsalves and H S Phoolka - on Tuesday did a vanishing act before the Supreme Court less than 24 hours after promising to get back with the response of farmer unions on their willingness to appear before the proposed committee on farm laws.
Unions Slam Panel, Say Stay No Solution, Stir To Carry On
Farmer unions opposed to the central farm laws on Tuesday said the stay on implementation of farm legislations was not a solution as it could be undone any time and therefore they would continue their protests on two key demands — repeal of laws and a legal guarantee to MSP — and go ahead with a march in Delhi on Republic Day.
HC Orders Status Quo, Stops GHMC From Taking Away UoH Land
Telangana high court on Tuesday ordered status quo to be maintained until further orders after the University of Hyderabad (UoH) moved the court complaining against the high-handed behaviour of GHMC and revenue officials.
All Govt Schools In T Lack Sanitation Staff
Even as the chief minister has directed officials to keep the educational institutions ready to conduct classes by January 25, headmasters and teachers are worried as no government school in the state currently has a sanitation worker.
KTR: City's Water Needs Taken Care Of By Govt Till 2048
To meet the demand till 2048, the state government is planning drinking water supply projects that will cover the entire city and areas abutting the Outer Ring Road (ORR), municipal administration and urban development minister KT Rama Rao said on Tuesday.