Amaravati: The two days collectors conference is commencing by 10 am today. In the agenda of the conference, there is no schedule for discussion on Amaravati and Polavaram projects. Amaravati has to be discussed under the Municipal Administration & Urban Development or CRDA and Polavaram is subject matter in the Water Resources department. But, in the two days collectors conference, scheduled today and tomorrow by chief minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, there is no mention of these two departments or specific subjects. Also Read – Women docs appointed in key posts in Tirupati Advertise With Us Chief minister mainly focused only on grounding Navaratnas and maintaining law and order. In the first day, he will review on welfare driven programmes and in the second day of the conference chief minister will look into law and order issues. Though, initially the conference is scheduled for one day at secretariat, it is changed subsequently. Both location and duration of the conference changed. The location shifted from secretariat at Velagapudi to Praja Vedika at Undavalli and the time extended to second day. Chief minister will deliver keynote address at 10.30 am. Before that Finance Minister Buggana, Rajendranath will present the financial position of the state and Deputy Chief Minister (revenue) Pilli Subash Chandra Bose will give introductory remarks.
Karwan: Karwan MLA Kausar Mohiuddin, along with municipal corporators and GHMC officials, inspected the rain-affected areas in the constituency here on Tuesday. They paid a visit to Nizam Colony, Virasat Nagar, Nadeem Colony in Nanalnagar and Tolichowki division under the Karwan constituency to ascertain themselves about the damage or the progress in clearing the water logged areas. Also Read – Secunderabad: Major General N Srinivas Rao makes farewell visit to AOC Advertise With Us Kausar Mohiuddin was accompanied by the Nanal Nagar Corporator Mohammad Naseeruddin and other local leaders. They instructed the GHMC maintenance officers Executive Engineer (EE) Shivanand, Assistant Engineer (AE) Shankar, working inspector Mahboob Ali to allot GHMC monsoon teams and Emergency Team and also instructed them to clear the debris and waterlogged points at the government school in Hakeempet and the areas of Nizam colony.
Mumbai: The Central Railway (CR) early on Tuesday suspended suburban train services after incessant heavy rain flooded tracks at several spots between Mumbai-Thane, and services on Western Railway were also hit as Maharashtra government declared a precautionery public holiday for the city, officials said. The CR train services, which were earlier suspended between Thane-Kurla, were suspended from Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus to Thane due to tracks getting submerged at various locations on the route and delays were reported on WR suburban network. Also Read – National Herald case: Officer bearers of Congress were cheats, Subramanian Swamy tells court Advertise With Us Long-distance trains from different parts of India, expected to reach Mumbai, have also been stranded at various locations en route, details of which are awaited. There were delays in arrivals and departures, 54 flights diverted to and from Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, with operations getting hit after a Spicejet aircraft overshot the runway shortly before midnight. Also Read – Dehydrated elephant being given treatment Advertise With Us Road traffic also continued to be for the second consecutive day in the city and suburbs as many areas were waterlogged, the subways in Andheri, Jogeshwari, Vile Parle and Dahisar flooded. The two highways, main and arterials roads remained virtually deserted as people chose to remain indoors, autorickshaws, taxis and aggregator cabs were also largely missing. Advertise With Us With the main lifelines of the millions of Mumbai commuters, the roads and trains remaining practically off-bounds, the state government early today declared a precautionary holiday for Mumbai. Prior to that the BrihanMumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) had declared a holiday for all schools and colleges, and the state government expanded it to include other parts of coastal Konkan region. Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has appealed to people not to step out unless absolutely necessary in view of the continued downpour.
Chandanagar: Many groups of students from various educational institutions are allegedly resorting to rude behaviour against one another by passing comments and indulging in fisticuffs and exchanging blows on the main roads of the town.Such incidents, besides pushing and pulling, have been happening almost daily after 5 pm on the streets, provoked by alleged comments by either rivals or friends. They have become a regular feature at the local bus-stand. Also Read – Warrant issued against Renuka Chowdhury in cheating case Advertise With Us One such recent incident of assault involving students went to the notice of the parents. Calm was restored following the intervention of teachers. Local residents and street vendors are a worried lot wondering to what extent such rows among students would be stretched. Interestingly, there has been a criticism that local police doing patrolling seem to be indifferent to such incidents, although the police station is close to several educational institutions. Residents are worried of the consequence if the police and heads of institutions don’t take preventive steps.
Jukkal: Good news for the people of Bichukunda as a 100-bed hospital will be opened here soon and they will not have to visit other hospitals for treatment.Health Minister Eatala Rajender made this announcement after inaugurating a 30-bed hospital at Jukkal in Bichukunda mandal on Tuesday. Rajender said that the State government is trying to improve public health in Telangana and make it an ideal State in the country. Also Read – Hyderabad: Intermediate student dies of cardiac arrest in class Advertise With Us Taking a dig at Congress and TDP, Rajender said parties that ruled the State for last 67 years did not even addressed the issue of public infrastructure, especially drinking water. Our farmer’s problems will be solved with the Kaleshwaram project, he said. Rajender said that our Chief Minister has started the mission Bhagiratha program with the intention of not giving the freedom to the women of women from trekking long distances to fetch drinking in pots. Telangana is the only State that provides free 24 hours electricity to farmers. Also Read – Vemulawada school seized after road accident Advertise With Us Addressing the gathering on the occasion, R&B Transport Minister Vemula Prashantha Reddy said the Chief Minister sanctioned Rs 660 crore to develop roads in Kamareddy district. Of this, Rs 226 crore has been earmarked for the Jukal constituency only. All roads in Jukkal will be CC roads, he added. The Ministers inaugurated 33/11 KV substation at Mangloor in Nizamsagar mandal.
Karimnagar: Telangana Commercial Taxes Non-Gazetted Officers Association State president Mohammad Mujahid Hussain congratulated and felicitated Somesh Kumar, Special Chief Secretary of Revenue, CT, Excise, Stamps and Registration on taking additional charges as CCLA on FAC and also as chairman to RERA.Mujahid stated it was Somesh Kumar’s hard work and keen responsibility towards his colleagues and employees which honoured him with further more authorities.