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Hyderabad: Telangana Social and Tribal Welfare Residential Educational Institutions Societies scripted history with a record 506 students qualifying for the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE)-Advanced after cracking the JEE-Main. The results of JEE-Main were announced by the National Testing Agency on Monday. Of the 506 students, 307 are from social welfare residential institutions and 199 from tribal welfare institutions. Among the qualified, 22 social welfare and 13 tribal welfare students were in the open category. “Never before in the histories of the both societies had witnessed such a large number of students coming out with flying colours in JEE Main and they all stand tall defying poverty and deprivation. All the students who qualified hail from villages and tribal hamlets, their parents work as labourers, vegetable sellers, masons, roadside tea sellers and clerks,” said the societies in a press release on Tuesday. .
30 Apr 2019
Hyderabad: Hyderabad’s West Zone Task Force raided ‘K-Café’ and Lounge, a hookah parlour located in Humayun Nagar and arrested its manager, Imran, on charges of illegally running the hookah parlour. Two other persons – Mohammed Khazim Ansari and Farooq are absconding. Officials seized hookah pots and other material from the premises. Another illegal hookah parlour, ‘Area 1070’ in Jubilee Hills was also raided and its organiser Shaikh Ahmed Shareef was arrested. Similar material were seized from here too..
02 Feb 2019
Sri Sadguru Sevalal Maharaj 288th Jayanti celebrated in Mahbubnagar. .
15 Feb 2019
Karimnagar: The overall crime rate in the Karimnagar Police Commissionerate limits fell by 3.90 per cent this year as compared to 2017. But, crimes against women saw a spurt by 28.74 per cent. Releasing the annual crime report at the commissionerate office here on Sunday, Commissioner of Police VB Kamalasan Reddy said curbing crime was possible only because of the implementation of innovative technologies such as Hawkeye, CC cameras and blue colts, among other initiatives..
31 Dec 2018
Peddapalli: The 48th National Safety Week celebrations began at NTPC-Ramagundam on Monday. Awareness about fire extinguisher demonstration, training on electrical safety, first aid, onsite emergency management, wielding and gas cutting works, and safety at conveyor, would be organised for employees, dependents and associates during the week-long programme..
05 Mar 2019
Congress working president Revanth Reddy took a dig at caretaker chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao for permitting to organise musical nights in the city. .
27 Oct 2018