Corona in Telangana & AP

Corona in Telangana & AP

  • Telangana

    So many rows, so little sense: Telangana govt's medical bulletin has reporters puzzled

    Social media gurus have been encouraging people to pick up new skills during the lockdown. Whether reporters learn to brew dalgona coffee or not, they will surely emerge with sharper math skills at the other end of this pandemic! The Telangana government has been blamed for not conducting enough COVID-19 tests, but when it comes to testing the math...

    • an hour ago
  • Telangana

    CS Somesh Kumar informs Union Cabinet Secretary that situation was under control in State

    Hyderabad: Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar on Thursday informed the Union Cabinet Secretary that the Telangana State Government has been working on various guidelines issued from time to time and was making all the arrangements to control virus particularly in the containment zones in the State. Union cabinet secretary Rajiv Gauba held a video conference...

    • 2 hrs ago
  • Telangana

    Denied burial due to COVID-19 fears, Hyd Muslim man laid to rest in Hindu cemetery

    The issue was also taken to the notice of the Waqf Board, which has assured that it will take strict action against those who denied his entry into the graveyards. A Muslim man who recently died in Hyderabad was finally laid to rest in a Hindu cemetery after being turned away at several graveyards in the city, on the suspicion that he died of the coronavirus. The...

    • 3 hrs ago
  • Telangana

    Rangareddy, Hyd's neighbouring district, on high alert as COVID-19 cases increase

    Within the past week, Ranga Reddy district recorded approximately 40 cases. Officials in Ranga Reddy district are on high alert as the district has recorded at least 40 cases of COVID-19 within a week after the state government relaxed lockdown. Since May 18, the lockdown was eased with most restrictions - including no RTC bus services and shops on alternate days-...

    • 3 hrs ago
  • National

    Coronavirus India update: State-wise total number of confirmed cases, deaths on May 28

    DH Web Desk, The spread of novel coronavirus in India has quickened in the past few days with new cases of coronavirus and COVID-19 deaths being reported every day. After the first confirmed positive case was reported on January 30 in Kerala, the epidemic has expanded its footprints in the country, affecting more than 1.57 lakh people. More than three billion...

    • 6 hrs ago
  • Featured Stories

    Collectors, commissioners to join Cab Secy meeting on Covid-19

    Cabinet Secretary Rajiv Gauba will hold a meeting with all states and Union Territories (UTs) on Thursday on the ... Cabinet Secretary Rajiv Gauba will hold a meeting with all states and Union Territories (UTs) on Thursday on the issue of "Public Health Response" to COVID-19, the deadly virus which has infected 1,58,333 people across the country so far. The meeting will...

    • 8 hrs ago
  • Featured Stories

    COVID-19 lockdown: Hyderabad's clay pot sellers face decline in sales

    Clay pot sellers in Hyderabad are experiencing hardships due to a decline in sales amid the COVID-19 induced countrywide lockdown. Clay pot sellers in Hyderabad are experiencing hardships due to a decline in sales amid the COVID-19 induced countrywide lockdown. Dhoni, a clay pot seller told , "The sales of clay pots have gone down due to COVID-19 lockdown."...

    • 9 hrs ago
  • Telangana

    Banned chemicals still used for artificial ripening of fruits in Telangana

    The usage of 'chemicals' for the artificial ripening of fruits has become a major concern for several citizens and officials alike, during the summer. The artificial ripening of fruits using banned chemicals appears to be continuing unabated in Telangana this summer, despite several complaints over the years and the matter repeatedly coming up in the High Court....

    • 9 hrs ago
  • Telangana

    COVID-19 spread not alarming, Telangana govt is prepared: CM KCR

    "The government is ready to provide treatment to any number of cases in the state," KCR said. Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao on Wednesday said that people should not be scared or feel fearful about the coronavirus, as the spread was not on an alarming scale despite relaxations in the lockdown. However, he said that people should be cautious and alert. He...

    • 9 hrs ago
  • Telangana

    All shops can reopen in Hyderabad from May 28, malls still not allowed

    Following the relaxation in lockdown norms on May 19, shops in Hyderabad were allowed to reopen on an odd-even basis. The Telangana government has allowed all shops in Hyderabad to reopen from Thursday. However, the ban on re-opening of malls will continue. Following the relaxation in lockdown norms on May 19, shops in Hyderabad were allowed to re-open on an odd-even basis....

    • 10 hrs ago

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