The Kukatpally Sub-Registrar has been asked to explain how he registered a piece of land favouring Prime Properties and its allies, despite an interim order prohibiting such action. Justice MS Ramachandra Rao of Telangana High Court has asked the sub-registrar for his explanation on this issue. Earlier, Prime Properties firm will not alienate or create a third party interest over 74 acres of land near Hi-Tech City.
The Sunrisers Hyderabad are in a season they would never want to remember. Today's match against Rajasthan Royals was the first one for Kane Williamson as captain, but the team lost to the Rajasthan Royals by 55 runs. SRH won the all-important toss and decided to bowl.
Last year, the government of Telangana issued GO 46, ordering schools not to hike school fees and to collect tuition fees monthly. With the GO not in effect anymore, schools have gone back to charging a quarterly fee, and some schools have even hiked their fee for the 2021-22 academic year by 10-15%. A late fee is also being charged in case parents are not paying the fee on time.
The British and the Nizam established a military and defence infrastructure in Hyderabad, which is today helping fight Coronavirus all over the city by supplying oxygen tankers wherever necessary. The military railway siding in Secunderabad and the Air Force station at Begumpet, which played a key role in World War II, are now playing a key role in transporting oxygen tankers all over the city.
The second wave has seen various kinds of hotspots and super-spreading causes being discovered in the state and the country. One of the most bizarre causes for a group of people contracting the virus happens to be an ordinary cigarette.
The state of Telangana fully aware of the severe issue of the state and country has decided to speed up necessary measures to contain the virus and break the chain. The rapid increase of the virus has led the state to close down all public places likely to have huge public footfalls.
There's a dire shortage of beds across the city, in almost every hospital, including government-run tertiary centres like Gandhi Hospital, Telangana Institute of Medical Sciences (TIMS) and King Koti Hospital. The situation is the same with private hospitals as well, where at least 30-40 patients are being sent back due to the lack of beds. A lot of people are succumbing to the virus while waiting for beds. As a result, doctors and common residents are now urging the authorities to convert public places into hospitals where beds can be allotted to those who need them the most.