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    Etala Rajendar may face K Chandrasekhar Rao's ire for info leak

    Hyderabad: Health minister Etala Rajendar is in serious trouble with prospects of his losing his job for leaking confidential information to a select group of revenue officers with utter indiscretion. As news spread about this leak, several speculations have been triggered in the TRS. During the collectors' meeting, Mr Rao, who was emphatic on bringing of the new Act to weed out...

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    State flag removed from J&K civil secretariat, buildings

    Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir's State flag was on Sunday removed from Srinagar's civil secretariat and other buildings, three weeks after Parliament abrogated J&K's special status under Article 370, along with bifurcating the state. Suthrashahi residents said the flag which stood alongside the national flag atop the civil secretariat building was 'missing' when they woke up on Sunday....

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    App-based water taxis soon in Kerala

    Kochi: Soon you could hire speed boats to sail through the serene backwaters of the state just by downloading a booking app powered by multinational taxi aggregator Uber. The State Water Transport Department (SWTD) is set to roll out two water taxis in Ernakulam and Alappuzha by October and plans to operate the same on the lines of app-based taxi-hailing services. 'Currently construction of two water taxis...

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    Siddaramaiah saw JD(S) as his Enemy No 1: H D Kumaraswamy

    Bengaluru: The knives are out signalling an end to the JD(S)-Congress coalition with former CM H.D. Kumaraswamy squarely blaming Congress legislature party leader Siddaramaiah for the fall of his government a month ago. Mr Kumaraswamy said that for Siddaramaiah, the JD(S) was the primary enemy, even before BJP adding that the former CM was never happy with the formation of a government...

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    From Veerendra Patil's time, I was a target: H D Deve Gowda

    At 86 when most of his contemporaries would prefer resting at home, former prime minister Mr H.D. Deve Gowda is busy at JP Bhavan, the JD(S) headquarters in Bengaluru, holding a series of meetings with party workers from all over the state. His children — a former minister and a former chief minister are nowhere to be seen. In what sounded like an official ending to the...

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    Assam govt asked to be cautious as final NRC publication date approaches

    New Delhi: With less than a week left for the National Register of Citizens to be published in Assam on August 31, Union home ministry has once again reiterated to the state government to ensure that no genuine citizen is harassed and all possible assistance be provided to those whose names are left out in the NRC exercise. Senior officials who are closely monitoring the...

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    Jagan Mohan Reddy wants a 4-region capital, says T G Venkatesh

    KURNOOL: BJP Rajya Sabha member T.G. Venkatesh claimed that Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy had told the BJP leadership that Amaravati might not continue as the capital Andhra Pradesh. The capital could be divided into many cities, and Amaravati could be one of them. Mr Venkatesh, who recen-tly defected to the BJP from the Telugu Desam, told mediapersons on Sunday, 'The state...

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    MP Congress opposes fine on BJP leader

    Bhopal: The ruling Congress here on Sunday opposed the move by police to recover Rs 23.76 lakh from former BJP MLA Surendra Nath Singh for staging protest march here on August 20 without taking permission from the authorities. State law minister P.C. Sharma strongly resented the police action and sought review of the order to recover the money from the leader. 'Opposition parties stage demonstrations...

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    Borewells to replenish Hyderabad ponds

    Hyderabad: Dry lakes have forced the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) to dig borewells at immersion ponds meant for Ganesh visarjan. But even these have to be dug as deep as 400 feet, causing residents to worry that their groundwater level would reduce further. Municipal officials have begun reviving 23 ponds across the city. Borewells have been dug at Cherla-pally, Nalla Cheruvu, Kapra lake,...

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    GHMC squabbles subvert K T Rama Rao's dream road projects

    Hyderabad: An ongoing tussle between the engineering and town planning wings within the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) has not only resulted in huge delay of all infrastructure projects in the city but these unending internecine squabble are threatening to subvert the biggest dream of urban transformation of former minister and TRS party working president K.T. Rama Rao....

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